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rickypauls
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Posted: 10 Apr 20 19:50 - Edited By: Mark, 15 Apr 20 20:21
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Posted: 11 Apr 20 13:14 - Edited By: Erskin Quint, 11 Apr 20 13:16
This seems keen. I write many assignments each weekly. The assignments are huge. There are many assignments in my assignment itinerary. I write so many assignments that something like this, which will provide assignment-help to an assignment writer such as myself, who writes many assignments each weekly, will be a valuable source of assignment aid.

Yours

A Robott


PS the phrase

These services are available 24x7 being in the US.
seems pertinent. Is it a sign from Q-Anon? Is the number 168 significant this Easter?

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Posted: 11 Apr 20 18:33
I would be perfectly willing to retitle most of my articles here on the Spoof to whatever purpose somebody is willing to pay for.

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Posted: 11 Apr 20 21:04
There is no reason to fret about assignments. The calming effect of knowing that no one will read what you write is the ultimate tranquilizer.

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Posted: 14 Apr 20 12:46 - Edited By: Mark, 15 Apr 20 20:15
Several times, when an HP printer has an error, the main cause is obviously displayed on the monitor. While using HP printer, users can encounter by some kinds of technical errors like Printer Error.

If you’re facing an error like your printer running out of HP sauce and you just can't get that right shade of brown for your professional documents, maybe we can help.

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Posted: 14 Apr 20 14:15
"masonlava has published 0 items on The Spoof"

now that's what I call a CV

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Posted: 14 Apr 20 14:19 - Edited By: Dr. Billingsgate, 14 Apr 20 14:22
Dear masonlava,

I enjoyed your topical story. I believe you are both underrated and unappreciated. Typically, once you establish your reputation for being an expert regarding your topic, the World will beat a path to your door. I think you might be on to something; your HP printer offering was more interesting than reading about Harry Maguire.

Keep up the good work.

Dr. B

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Posted: 14 Apr 20 22:39

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Dear masonlava,

I think you might be on to something; your HP printer offering was more interesting than reading about Harry Maguire.

Keep up the good work.

Dr. B




You are still bitter.

I can sense it.

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Posted: 15 Apr 20 00:48
Hi Ricky

When it’s cold and I try to accelerate in my car, it hesitates. When it warms up, this goes away. Any ideas?

Alisah Wilson
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Posted: 29 Apr 20 14:14 - Edited By: Mark, 29 Apr 20 16:45
I have big tits x

(And a large cock too) xxx

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Posted: 1 May 20 11:44

Quote: Alisah Wilson

I have big tits x

(And a large cock too) xxx


Yes, I too am an avid ornithologist. I feed to Blue and Great Tits, and keep Buff Orpingtons.

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Posted: 1 May 20 22:14
We had a cock in with our hens, but he didn't dig tits enough, no chicks!

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Posted: 1 May 20 22:29
We had a cock in with our hens, but he didn't dig tits enough, no chicks!

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Posted: 3 May 20 18:14
If you need help, I suggest you double your rooster booster intake.

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Posted: 3 May 20 23:23
Nah we jjust donated him ot the local KFC, they turned him into 3 thighs, one breast and 4 legs.

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Posted: 7 May 20 09:22
There seems to be a lot of this going around...

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Posted: 7 May 20 13:27 - Edited By: Dr. Billingsgate, 7 May 20 13:58
I had no idea that I was being timed when writing my dissertations. But if this is true, and I suspect that Monkey Woods has the tools to do so, it should be reflected in the Top Writers chart.

I would suggest that the same formula used to time how long it takes for a dog to pass two pieces of New York style pepperoni pizza through his alimentary canal be used.

T(Time) = L(Length of dog from tip of nose to puckered asshole) divided by V(Velocity).

Currently, Li’l Wilmer, a purebred Dachshund measuring 26 inches holds the record, passing the putrid mess in a tidy 47 seconds.

NOTE: It is not unprecedented that the results of these contests be contested.

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Posted: 7 May 20 15:30 - Edited By: JinoLeFeeto, 7 May 20 15:33
I personally like writing in the Desert and would never pay someone to do it for me!

I also enjoy writing in Dessert, preferably whipped cream, coconut cream and chocolate sauce. If life turns a bit sour I'll go with several key lime pies.

Oh....I forgot the tations. Well salutations.

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Posted: 7 May 20 15:48 - Edited By: Erskin Quint, 7 May 20 15:49
Dear Jino,

If you like writing in the desert, have you been in touch with the Desert Fathers who wrote the Bible?

They're always looking for keen young scribes to join their team.

They run a tight ship out there, and it's a harsh regime, but think of the readership. The Pope's one of their best customers, for example: how cool is that?

And don't forget that you get free sackcloth and ashes, so there's no need to worry about those pesky laundry issues when you're working for the Desert Fathers!

Yours,

Saul David
"The Good Book" Literary Agents
Bethlehem

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Posted: 7 May 20 15:56 - Edited By: Monkey Woods, 7 May 20 15:57

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Saul David




Hey, Starsky!

No, he's Starsky. I'm Hutch.

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Posted: 7 May 20 16:50
While we are on with ancient things and men living and dying amid deserts, my thoughts return, as they often do, to the Hittites, and inevitably to this rather wonderful "popular" song about the Hittites (I can't think of another song about the Hittites):

Hittite Man by The Fall




Pilgrim out of mind, out of depths,
Death does not exist
Hittite Man emerges from sand

He says
You can't hear me
You can't hear me
(you don't hear me)

………..
Pilgrim out of mind
Hittite Man emerges from sand

Pilgrim out of mind,
Out of death and debt,
You do not exist

He says
You don't hear me
You don't hear me

Hittite Man, white robe right down to the ground
Disappearing into the sand.

You have no idea about the gibbous morons
You have unloaded on this earth
He says, he says


Gibbous morons, indeed!

Erskin Quint
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Posted: 7 May 20 16:52

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Quote: Erskin Quint

Saul David




Hey, Starsky!

No, he's Starsky. I'm Hutch.


Yes, I feel sure that David Soul would have often thought about the Desert Fathers in those days. You can see his brow furrowing in those episodes. He'd have been pining for the Scetes Desert of Egypt where they hung out.

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Posted: 8 May 20 08:24 - Edited By: Monkey Woods, 8 May 20 08:25

Quote: Erskin Quint

While we are on with ancient things and men living and dying amid deserts, my thoughts return, as they often do, to the Hittites, and inevitably to this rather wonderful "popular" song about the Hittites (I can't think of another song about the Hittites):

Hittite Man by The Fall




That video is unavailable.

I trump your 'Hittite Man' with my 'Mountain Energei', and let that be an end to it, sir.

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Posted: 8 May 20 16:20
My deeresq Erskin, I do plan to be in touch with them some day and hold round tables on Buddhism and baked beans, but in the meantime I plan to continue haunting down here for a bit yet. Not totally clear on all the ashes stuff in Cathyolisism as I've only shot videos of weddings in their churches.

Keep on the bright side! Cheers

JLF


blockquote]Quote: Erskin Quint

Dear Jino,

If you like writing in the desert, have you been in touch with the Desert Fathers who wrote the Bible?

They're always looking for keen young scribes to join their team.

They run a tight ship out there, and it's a harsh regime, but think of the readership. The Pope's one of their best customers, for example: how cool is that?

And don't forget that you get free sackcloth and ashes, so there's no need to worry about those pesky laundry issues when you're working for the Desert Fathers!

Yours,

Saul David
"The Good Book" Literary Agents
Bethlehem


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Posted: 8 May 20 22:53 - Edited By: Dr. Billingsgate, 8 May 20 22:54
A HORSE WITH NO NAME - AKA, Dr. Billingsgate

On the first part of the journey
I was looking at all the life
There were plants and birds and rocks and things
There was sand and hills and rings
The first thing I met was a fly with a buzz
And the sky with no clouds
The heat was hot and the ground was dry
But the air was full of sound

I've been through the desert on a horse with no name
It felt good to be out of the rain
In the desert you can remember your name
'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain
La, la

After two days in the desert sun
My skin began to turn red
After three days in the desert fun
I was looking at a river bed
And the story it told of a river that flowed
Made me sad to think it was dead

You see I've been through the desert on a horse with no name
It felt good to be out of the rain
In the desert you can remember your name
'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain
La, la

After nine days I let the horse run free
'Cause the desert had turned to sea
There were plants and birds and rocks and things
there was sand and hills and rings
The ocean is a desert with it's life underground
And a perfect disguise above
Under the cities lies a heart made of ground
But the humans will give no love

You see I've been through the desert on a horse with no name
It felt good to be out of the rain
In the desert you can remember your name
'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain
La, la


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