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Old 05-11-2010, 08:02 PM   #134
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Re: Naruto and "Granny" Tsunade

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Originally Posted by TheThinker View Post
i love how liondemon shows ignorance to the fact that im right and he is wrong and he even had to chop and screw my quote to make me look wrong... i now know why myth barely comes heere anymore gone were the days when people backed their claims up with proof
U may be right. It is an imaginary world with imaginary body capabilities created by Kishi so only he knows for sure in this case. If Im showing ignorance it is due to the lack of "proof" u provided. I said i dont know what the databook says or doesnt say, im just not gonna take the word of an idiot. To me, it seems she used lightning which is electricity and that's what i will continue to believe. I shortened your post because it sounded funnier that way, but u still called yourself stupid and dumb in your original post and u were right. My chopping your post didnt make u look wrong, it just proved that even u agreed that u are stupid enough to call yourself stupid, and then you try to blame your stupidity on me. I love that Myth barely comes here anymore and I dont really care why, but what does he have to do with this anyway? U are not another Myth are u? Someone that even when u provide proof they ignore it and says whatever to fit their agenda. Why dont u get off his ballz and let him stay in whatever hole he has crawled in.
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