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Smoking Blunder — 20 Comments

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  2. I saw ” … that’s not bad for her first time picking up a man-sized shotgun … ” and had to leave before my blood pressure spiked.

  3. Damn, I’m fresh outta popcorn, but I’ll point & laugh at these douchebags anyway. May they and TTAG rot in internet hell……on 28.8k modems.

  4. What, did you not hear? The best way to grow a brand-spanking-new “social networking” site that no one has heard of before is by attacking, insulting, and demeaning those people you are trying to bring onboard.

    Y’know, after you impersonate them in some pathetic attempt to bring credibility to your site.

    … *headdesk*

  5. Didn’t Breda go through some bullshit like this before? I seem to remember an ep of VC where she mentioned some shitbag posting something labeled ‘breda porn.’
    Apparently, this evolved social networker’s google-fu is weak.
    Plus, if gun blogs are so primitive and irrelevant, then why is he using their names?
    I’d call this assclown a bottom feeder, but they actually serve a useful purpose in the ecosystem.

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  7. I can’t get there from here.

    “Unable to connect to smokeandthunder.com ([no host IP available]). This is most likely because the URL has been mis-typed or the server is down and no longer taking requests. ”

    LOL. Poor idiots. I guess I shouldn’t make fun of these mentally challenged fools, but I can’t help it. Attacking Breda? Who thinks this is a good idea? And I wonder who started this website? Any chance they are associated with TTAG (and would that surprise anyone?)?

  8. Looks like you now need a password to even look at their blog.

    I suspect they have collected all of the user fees they are ever going to get.

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  10. Wow.

    I’ve totally been buried in my work the past few weeks.
    Hope I’m not too late to catch the good stuff.

    Where’s my Twizzlers?

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