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I wish for all on NF to succeed in life :-D

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TehBatGetsBraked wrote:I wish for all on NF to succeed in life :-D
Same to you

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TehBatGetsBraked wrote:I wish for all on NF to succeed in life :-D
Definitely! Ditto to all.

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TehBatGetsBraked wrote:I wish for all on NF to succeed in life :-D
Certainly. To you as well. Hope for success for all NF members.

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TehBatGetsBraked wrote:I wish for all on NF to succeed in life :-D
Dammit braked. Now you make me look like a meany.
Of course I want the best for errrrrbody too.

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the_red_ninja wrote:
TehBatGetsBraked wrote:I wish for all on NF to succeed in life :-D
Dammit braked. Now you make me look like a meany.
Of course I want the best for errrrrbody too.
wert how??

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I wish the greatest for...some NF people. But I do not wish any harm upon most of the others.

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jibran wrote:I wish the greatest for...some NF people. But I do not wish any harm upon most of the others.
Am I among the some or the most?

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jibran wrote:I wish the greatest for...some NF people. But I do not wish any harm upon most of the others.
And the remainder of the others?

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Finally got around to watching The Newsroom yesterday. What a great series!

I'm at episode 8 of season 1 right now and there hasn't been a dull episode yet. Aaron Sorkin's writing is incredible. He's credited with writing every single episode up until now. Assuming he wrote all ten episodes that means ten one hour episodes or five full length feature films(!)

Highly recommended for everyone who enjoys snappy dialogue, great characters and has a healthy interest in politics and/or journalism.

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