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    Senior Member Xyk's Avatar
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    That seems pretty spot on for me too. Congratulations, you've reached the number of correct possibilities to call it a universal truth: 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbluey View Post
    By the way, I like your idea

    It's a fine use of the function system. Nice diagnostic exploration..
    Hmmm... the fact that this appears in such a neat, logical (ish) and easy to understand form leads me to question why you (m.bleu) failed in the most abject manner possible to explain this to me. Your gift of language credentials have taken a hit, mr aquamarine. But then, this is an awesome description.
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    -ma·ca·bre
    [muh-kah-bruh, -kahb, -kah-ber]
    –adjective
    1. gruesome and horrifying; ghastly; horrible.
    2. of, pertaining to, dealing with, or representing death, especially its grimmer or uglier aspect.
    3. of or suggestive of the allegorical dance of death.

    mrbluey: 3 parts Scarecrow, 2 parts Evoloved Snail, 4 parts Intoxicated Academic, 1 part Ineptitude.

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