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It all started back one day when I was a young boy. We would walk down to the lemonade stand and see some of the older kids riding by on their new Sims boards doing hangtens with naked women dancing around campfires in their eyes. A big orange cat jumped out of the bushes and transformed into a large palm tree. I looked at it in disbelief and realized it was my calling. I would start the world's largest skateboard collection in memory of that orange cat. I still have a piece of it's leg preserved for a special Thanksgiving someday. I dream of the day that I will be able to pull that leg out of the freezer and soak it in red wine. Then I would sprinkle a dash of sea salt with shredded garlic and basil. I would fire up the oven to a cozy 400 degrees. Cook the orange cat leg for 3 hours. Serve with a side of mashed potatoes and steamed carrots and fine Merlot. Ah yes, then I would hop in my lowered Acura and try to race people throughout the southland until I felt like I was actually part of the WU-TANG CLAN! In the end, I would not only be the owner of the world's largest collection of skateboards, I would be the proud owner of a lowered early 90's Acura Integra with a big spoiler that offers no substantial increase in performance. I would also be the owner of a large pile of leg bones from a cat that converted itself into a palm tree. What a collection! Damn I'm cool! It all started back one day when I was a young boy. We would walk down to the lemonade stand and see some of the older kids riding by on their new Sims boards doing hangtens with naked women dancing around campfires in their eyes. A big orange cat jumped out of the bushes and transformed into a large palm tree. I looked at it in disbelief and realized it was my calling. I would start the world's largest skateboard collection in memory of that orange cat. I still have a piece of it's leg preserved for a special Thanksgiving someday. I dream of the day that I will be able to pull that leg out of the freezer and soak it in red wine. Then I would sprinkle a dash of sea salt with shredded garlic and basil. I would fire up the oven to a cozy 400 degrees. Cook the orange cat leg for 3 hours. Serve with a side of mashed potatoes and steamed carrots and fine Merlot.


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