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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Marlat, Nov 15, 2004.
Mike Money = Punk
I believe your equation is flawed.
After numerous calculations I have come to the conclusion that Mike Money > Punk.
You may have overestimated Mike's coefficient of Punk, I believe that Michael is less than or equal to Punk, but no more.
Michael T. Money, ass. ;-)
Where did you get H from?
H for hawt.
But a true punk would have let it stand, therefore Mike Money < Punk.
Well, that means i would have conformed to what "punk" is, thus making me a conformist bastard... So, by complaining about it, I am even punker.
How'd you get that H? or was it a guess?
I just assumed you would have an unpunk middle name like Horatio or Howard.
Perhaps we should dredge up some of Mike's finer moments on Talkbass to illustrate just how high (or low) his coefficient of punk is.
Mike Money/punk= 1
Is his actually last name Money, because punks aren't supposed to have money at all, except to buy hair dye and spikes and chains and band patches and get into shows. So if so then Mike Money < Punk still stands.
PeaveyTNT > punk
Mike Money < punk
Honey, I'm home...
Get lost, punk.
Woodchuck oozes raw hot steaming sex! That is sex I smell, isn't it?
Woodchuck = Raw Hot Steaming Sex; and
Mike Money = Punk
Woodchuck + Mike Money = Raw Hot Steaming Spunk?
M. Money is from Bakersfield.
Bakersfield= lost Oklahomans.
Oklahomans, lost or not, = John Deere gimme caps, pointy boots, chewing tobacco and Wrangler jeans.
John Deere gimme caps, pointy boots, chewing tobacco and Wrangler jeans< punk.
M. Money< punk.
Sorry, Mike, but it's all there in plain logic and simple math symbols.
Admit it. You watched the CMA's the other night, didn't you?
CMA's? Oh, you mean that show where they glorified the bastardization of country music? Hell no, I didn't watch it...
Actually, I was probably on here at the time.
X = ?