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 • Posted by: The Kong
• Date: Friday, May 23, 2003, at 7:39 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! (Kevin & Scott Aguiar)

> Blasphemy!

> Blasphem against the demons of progress and their Arundo Donax
> obstructions... but mostly, a big thanks to Richard Rubenstein and Dick
> White for their very gentle wisdom in things leading to relaxation and
> graceful execution of oboe, which in my youth I thought could be gotten
> via physical endurance, miles of running, thousands of pushups and pure
> stubburnness. Lessons and guidances sometimes requiring a decade or more
> to comprehend.

Making statements like that, the only blashemy here is your probable inability to get laid.

> Anyone screwing an oboe is challenged in a different way.

Not mentally, but physically, I agree. There's nothing wrong with men running all over the place and attempting to stick their dicks into every orifice that they find. That is the nature of men. Some man, somewhere, has tried to insert his penis into a 250v utility plug socket just to see what kind of a buzz it gives him.

But physically, yes. He would have to be endowed with a mightly tiny penis -a challenge by itself- and that is why he seeked an oboe for pleasure.

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