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  • The new yorker hasn't made it to my mailbox yet, so I haven't read the article yet, but I take provigil for what is loosely described as ADD although I like to call it Attention Surplus Disorder. (you see there are all these things I would like to be able to ignore but can't, and my train of thought is more like a dozen shriners weaving around in those little cars)

    The New Yorker on the underground world of “neuroenhancing” drugs. - Boing Boing

  • Could have done without the shriners convention reference.

    STAR TREK (2009)

  • But down south, rather than saying anything semi-intelligent, most people just look at each other and say "Git-R-Done" like it's some sort of secret greeting between retarded shriners or something.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • Followed by the local shriners in their little cars and their Fez hats.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • The shriners, especially if you read more deeply than that little web-page (which is obviously meant for the public) provide the bulk of an ethic for living.

    Shriner Car Injures 2 At Parade at cvillenews.com

  • The four hundred ninety-nine volumes preceding it had been given away to Klansmen, defrocked ministers, congressmen, mayors, governors, shriners, a hundred right-wing organizations, and anyone else he thought would be interested.

    The Otherworld

  • Well, dad brought his red fez along, 'cause I think he expected he would meet shriners all over the world, that he could borrow money of.

    Peck's Bad Boy Abroad Being a Humorous Description of the Bad Boy and His Dad in Their Journeys Through Foreign Lands - 1904

  • Well Heber following your logic the shriners Burn center should be closed, afterall it is taking money out of the poor private practice doctors and hospitals.

    The Daily News - News

  • [Order this photo] The Shrine Circus will return to Calsonic Arena on the Celebration grounds on Wednesday, Oct. 8, according to local shriners Thomas Smith and Ralph Allen.

    Shelbyville Times-Gazette Headlines

  • Why in the name of Tarvu were Japanese snowmen shriners?

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