It comes off to me like an arbitrary add on to make a problem seem worse than it is. 25 wicks, At least thirteen are correct, missing super trope is supposedly wrong, even though "to broad to have tropable meaning" is what people sit on chairs means, not tropable. Playing with shaped like what is sells is correct a statement so obvious as to be insulting, which sitting on chairs is.
Blatant lies wasn't wrong. The statement that politicians lie so much that a lying politician is almost unnoteworthy is correct use. Granted, it's an opinion you may not agree with but the context is still right.
There are 63 more wicks to go through, but the 712 in bounds don't matter here.
edited out spelling error
edited 28th Feb '12 6:35:55 PM by IndirectActiveTransport
That's why he wants you to have the money. Not so you can buy 14 Cadillacs but so you can help build up the wastes