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hastor wrote:How does this relate to the topic? I guess there are three things (or groups of things), but how does it say "Three's a Crowd?"
The first "thing" represents the World War I, where the soldiers were most important... the second "thing" represents the World war II, that was decided by the nuclear explosion in Hiroshima and Nagazaki... so, a third one is a clearly example that three's a crowd. A third World War would be game over to all of us.
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wafflehaus88 wrote:Sorry, I must have overlooked that. First time entering. I don't see a way to re-upload my thumbnail this time around, but I guess it doesn't much matter, I think it's not getting much more than the 2 votes it has, heh.
Nope, can't reload. Within 24 hours of submitting, you can delete it and resubmit, but that's it.
My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.
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Jelly needs to get back together with buttered toast.
I put chemicals in your food... seriously