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    I always fear that when prolific posters delete their social network accounts, that they've totally broken down and are in a fetal position somewhere, gibbering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixie sticks View Post
    Hi, I'm Rob Lowe

    and I have too many commercials.
    I liked his diabetes commercial on Parks and Rec.

    DIABETES!!
    WOOP WOOP WOOP

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I liked his diabetes commercial on Parks and Rec.

    DIABETES!!
    When it comes to diabetes commercials Rob Lowe ain't got nothin' on Wilford Brimley.


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    I like Rob Lowe's commercials, even though I'll never get satellite TV.

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    reality overload

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I liked his diabetes commercial on Parks and Rec.

    DIABETES!!
    i've never actually watched a full episode of that show.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I like Rob Lowe's commercials, even though I'll never get satellite TV.
    i liked the first few commercials, but like most ads on television they were overplayed to the point that i can't stand 'em anymore. meathead rob lowe and skinny-arms rob lowe were my favorite.

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    I cant figure this out, Argentina was the country of refuge for Nazis fleeing after the war, two ex-concentration camp types were discovered there and there's some buildings found with coins, pottery and other stuff suggesting a one time refuge for fleeing Nazis too, just recently by archaeologists.

    Its also got the biggest Jewish population in Latin America.

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    Asperger's is a very lonely affliction. It's moments like this I part wish I had it worse so I wouldn't desire close emotional companionship.
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    Just took some Hoffman's drops. Has anyone had them? They've got ether in them lol.

    When my parents were young, their families took em quite often. We thought it wasn't possible to buy them anymore, but recently we found out they still sell them in our pharmacies.

    When my mom was young, when she was feeling nauseated or whatever, her granny would immediately ask: "You want some Hoffman's drops?" hehehe

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