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    eh cascadeco's Avatar
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    Interesting. The anecdotes in this thread support the notion that I don't use Si at all - I don't think I'm capable of providing this level of detail. I'm also one of the worlds' worst story-tellers... this is one of the reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    What I really want to know is why some times people are all like "My uncle was a 7 foot tall Cherokee chief and a war hero and always wore a Medal of Honor around his neck that was dipped in the actual blood of John Wayne himself and was given to him by his great great grandfather in a blood pact when he saved John Wayne from no less than 10 crocodiles with his bare hands."

    People prefer tall tales to short stories?
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