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Sunday, December 20, 2009

Ever since the day you put my heart in motion, baby, i've realized that there's just no getting over you


Things I heard today include...
"I can help you over here."
"Thank you, sir."
"This is the number right? for Pauly... for the almonds."
"Have a good breakfast."
"A four year old kid got drunk and he broke into his neighbor's house.  At like three in the morning he drank a beer, got drunk and broke in and stole their presents, then he hid them in his house.  And one of the presents was a dress so he was wearing a dress and walking around.  And it was so sad.  They asked him on the news why he did it and he said his dad had just been put in jail so he wanted to go too so he could be with him."
"We could get a toy airplane and mount a video camera and fly to Pakiston and look for Osama bin Laden.  You'd get tired of it after a few hours but we could trade off."
"I'm going to cut out this picture [of Robert Patinson]."
"I was at Wal-Mart.  This kid... didn't have anything to do so he started greeting people.  I walked in and he said, 'Welcome to McDonald's.'"
"Go all the way back like you're going to run into the wall.  It's the second shelf from the bottom.  It's not much.  We don't get many of them in here."
"It's going to be an intense couple of months..."
"How many times do I got to tell you: you get enough patience, you become a doctor."

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