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Epi_Chat Takes Over The World

Thu, 04/15/2010 - 22:44
So, we are all having fun & think with just a few rules we can take over the world & make it a better place. Based on tonight's chat, here ya go! #1 - Live Life to the max & smile every day #2 - In life positive = negative. For everything positive, find a negative. #3 - Play Nice with each other, love can come through as hate, but still play nice with your friends #4 - People are people, accept them for who they are as long as they accept you. #5 - The world is a big place. It will be a challenge, but you can get through it and take over anything in it. #6 - Brain waves are like ipods - some times they need to resync'. That's what makes us crazy. So, as we take over the world, some times we will go out of sync', but it's nothing a little medicine & support from friends can't fix #7 - A shark is a shark, a dolphin is a dolphin they are creatures of the sea, but if they play together in tanks big things can happen, but be nice to both. #8 - Firemen should be used for good & not evil (take that any way you want - lol...) --- To other's that were here that night, you'll understand "Pinky & The Brain" or Wookie, GG & the Gang are off to take over the world, so let's do this! Add away & enjoy ~GG


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