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ode to a commie

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ken, Mar 22, 2005.

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  1. ken

    ken Senior member

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    Some may argue this is in the wrong section. But it has to do w/my new communist track jacket, so, w/o further ado... a quickly whipped-up diddy about a socialist cutey in my poli-sci class: soviet girl
     
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    Hey, I still love capitalism, but sometimes you gotta switch it up... keep it interesting. It's like wearing monk straps when you've been used to lace-ups all your life. Exactly like it, in fact.
     
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    So wait, are monk straps communist?

    I'm waiting for after work to listen to the song. I don't want to infect my workplace with socialism.
     
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    It like it. I think you can move units.
     
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    ken Senior member

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    Man, that would be so awesome.

    "Move units"? What's that? Some kind of free-market, profiteering swine slang?

    Then what? What?.?.
     
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    Dude, It's really good.
     
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    Man, I salute you for being a bit off kilter. This from a guy who used to go out on a lake in a rowboat and when the fish weren't biting, spend the time making up parodies to bad Journey songs.
     
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    I've put it in my 'Ken' folder, right next to 'Step by Step'. [​IMG]
     
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    Move units = cell CDs
     
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    Hehe, I know. But I could never sell a song like that. It'd have to be free for use for the common good.
     
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    (Brian SD @ Mar. 23 2005,19:57) Move units = cell CDs
    Hehe, I know. But I could never sell a song like that. It'd have to be free for use for the common good.
    hahaha. Okay, I figured. power to the people, and whatever [​IMG]
     
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    Lies, damn lies. Such things have never existed. Journey is great.
     
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    I think you can move units.
    "Move units"? What's that? Some kind of free-market, profiteering swine slang?
    Sure is. Â Shows the disgusting disregard that the music business has for, well, music.
     
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