January 9, 2009 |
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I’m not really sure what I’m looking at in the second picture.
The three PSP ones are good, though the sniper one’s more than a little creepy.
And the “use only what you need” message from the water company, and the “conserve electricity” ones must have worked pretty well, because upon seeing the former I immediately turned off the light. (Yes, when I saw the *water* one).
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I am not a huge bourbon fan, but makers mark is a delicious whiskey. Although clever, I’m not sure that correlating MM to some type of gasoline image is a way to entice me to spend 60 dollars on a .750
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I got a new laptop for Christmas, which came with Windows 7. And since I’m really not use to it, I’ve got the mspaint from Windows XP.
Microsoft Windows XP Paint for Windows 7:
Bourbon is awesome, and Maker's Mark is the cream of the crop.
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