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You're sending me where in a handbasket?


How did I know it would be you? Call it a lucky guess!


To follow G's theme:
I knew it would be you. Phil, the Supreme Ruler of Heck was number 333.

My apologies to Scott Adams and Dilbert.


You don't look like Barney the CVte pVrpLe DInosaVr.

I'm sorry, Mr. Murdock. I've read THE Book cover to cover more times than I can count, & it says absolutely nothing about "$1,000 seeds." You laid up your treasure at Hacienda de Paz, so deal with it. The best advice I can give you is to take one of your golden calves & see if you can find somebody who has a few beans he'll trade you for it--& then water & fertilize the hell out of them. Literally.

Sorry, dude. I could let you back in if you got your hand stamped... but that is most certainly NOT the correct stamp.

Lord, I apologize [for the third one]... & please be with the starving Pygmies down in New Guinea.


Uh...sorry, but NO ONE has ever complained before about NOT having a DOWN escalator. And as for 'customers' taking their sweet time and dawdling in the stairwell.....


Please show some restraint, guv'nuh. I 'ave absolutely no sympathy faw you whatsoevuh. You've 'ad yaw moment a millennium ago, you did. Enjoy yaw time contemplating the consequences. I've shown you all the politesse I'm inclined to, I 'ave. Now move along.


The mathematical proof that Barney was Satan was the first thing I saw on the internet. I almost decided I didn't need the 'net. Someone had TOO much time on his hands.

Dr. Bob:

Sometimes you're damned if you do and damned if you don't.

Ed B:

Sorry, this is the Stairway to Heaven. You want the Highway to Hell.


No we can't rename the Down escalator "Route 66".


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