James Urbaniak (urbaniak) wrote,
James Urbaniak
urbaniak

Fuck

In the disappointment sense.
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Anonymous

August 10 2010, 06:25:52 UTC 7 years ago

You seem to be lost. Twitter is over there; this is the place where people can handle paragraphs.

And context.
AND USER NAMES! AM I RIGHT, PEOPLE?

jasonbr

7 years ago

urbaniak

7 years ago

weezel365

7 years ago

ladyiapetus

7 years ago

Curious head titlt?
What are you, the dog in "Down and Out in Beverly Hills"?

pheslaki

7 years ago

craigjclark

7 years ago

=/
i hope it's not too serious
Oh, you are so clever and talented that you can and will obliterate any problem that comes your way. Fuck setbacks because you're James Fucking Urbaniak and you are awesome.

And I'm posting while high on (necessary!) cough syrup. Hell yeah.
Whatever it is, you've got my condolences and I sincerely wish you the best, however much it means coming from a faceless fan on the internet. You've always seemed like such a fucking cool dude and not someone deserving of one of life's slaps in the face.
Tell us who needs roughing up James, we're there for ya.

Or is it something Bierko can fix? Or maybe this post indicates he followed thru on the blackmail necessary to get you to sing Whitney Houston tunes! If its Bierko we gotta rough up just twitter "The Music Man Made Me" and we'll take it from there.

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*giggle*

skwisgaariscool

7 years ago

Delayed reaction to being killed by John Connor?
Damn man. I hope it's nothing super serious. You're too damn awesome and we love you.
I know, we were all really hoping P=NP, but it was an impossible dream.
Oh dear. I hope you can take the bull by the horns and kick it's nose in. And by that I mean handle the situation....

sorry, I'm still groggy.
OH NOES!! What is up?
What's the matter?
Eight seasons is plenty. The story never ends, of course, but Piven wants to get back to that Broadway career.
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