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Old 09-21-2015, 01:16 AM
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Little do they know how little I know of the little that they know. If I knew little of the little that they know, I'd know a little.
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Little do they know how little I know of the little that they know. If I knew little of the little that they know, I'd know a little.
But at least you know a little bit.
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Yes, thank goodness I know a little of what I know.
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But at least you know a little bit.
But would he have bitten off more than he could have chewed?
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I believe I have discovered who did something at some time. However, I need one more piece of information to confirm this, and until I get it, I am not comfortable revealing the wheres and whys, and the details of the person's name. Or whether it is in fact, a person. It might be a bear. Or a housecat. Also, the activity might be illegal, but it might not. I am not comfortable saying one way or another, because there are some people who will not be happy, either way, and I hate making people unhappy. If the activity is legal, it probably is not a big deal that someone-- I mean, some housecat-- did it, except it still might prove embarrassing to some people, or indeed, a whole country. That may sound specious, but since you don't know what I'm talking about, you'll just have to trust me on it.

Whew! Glad I got that off my chest. I feel loads better.
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I believe I have discovered who did something at some time. However, I need one more piece of information to confirm this, and until I get it, I am not comfortable revealing the wheres and whys, and the details of the person's name. Or whether it is in fact, a person. It might be a bear. Or a housecat. Also, the activity might be illegal, but it might not. I am not comfortable saying one way or another, because there are some people who will not be happy, either way, and I hate making people unhappy. If the activity is legal, it probably is not a big deal that someone-- I mean, some housecat-- did it, except it still might prove embarrassing to some people, or indeed, a whole country. That may sound specious, but since you don't know what I'm talking about, you'll just have to trust me on it.

Whew! Glad I got that off my chest. I feel loads better.
Hmmm. Is he/she/it/whatever bigger/smaller/the same/not the same as a breadbox?

If it upsets the inhabitants of Mu it won't be too bad. They seem resilient enough.
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Always remember, we have ways to make you tell us what you know (or think you know), and afterwards we can make you forget that you told us anything...
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Why???

It is Pub Talk.

Best spot on the boards.
I'd rather not say if I was being sarcastic. But I don't know if you took it seriously or if you are playing along and I suspect you would rather not say.
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Bump up

If you have something you'd rather not say - this is the thread for you

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I'd rather not say that they should rename this the Lechmere and Perror book.
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