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I learned sometime ago that the holes natural enemy is the pile. After years and years of contemplation on this matter I have come to the following representation of this phenomena.
it was very strange and i didn't really understand the whole meaning behind this animation.
It's about how the blood of the worker fuels the machine of commerce... geez, nobody understands...
That was odd
......... that was jus strange, the guys in the background were a lil distractin an annoying, that wasn't really all that good
pritty random just puting stuff in a hole
i didnt really think it was very good it was random and didnt have much of a theem
The pile lords over all as its volume increases
It would be 'The Simpsons' that you heard it on. McBain was on a school film reel displayed to the class and he explains holes. When Bart goes home he's talking about it and says "did you know the hole's natural enemy was 'the pile?'" which puts an end to the question of where you learned it.
Wasn't very entertaining to watch but it's kind of original, and so drawn out it's funny. Randomness is just another word sombody uses when they can not make any sense out of what they just saw.
Indeed The Pie... Ah, the Pile, what beautiful mysteries you hold. BTW I believe it was actually while on a "pity date" with his teacher that Bart saw that movie, guess Ms. Krabapple started that whole LaFave craze after all.
I didn't understand very well but you got my protection point...
Blue Pencilmate meets Red Pencilmate, but things don't go so well...
While taking the day off work, Lloyd and Glynis take in a movie
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