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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2013, 08:22:14 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

Because ghosts SELL. Like those "haunted" bed & breakfasts where nothing ever happens.
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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2013, 08:23:13 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.
"THUS SPAKE THE DESERT PROPHET ROGER, HIS EYES AGLAZE, HIS BALLS AFIRE, HIS HAIR RECEEDED DUE TO YOUR INABILITY TO SHUT UP"
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"Locals and authorities are quick to act on suspicions that wartime arms may be lurking in their midst. Even police were convinced by one elderly German who reported finding an old bomb in his backyard, only for bomb clearance staff to conclude that the item was, in fact, a zucchini."
- Newsweek, 8/9/18

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #17 on: June 24, 2013, 08:28:04 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.

HE'D SPIN FASTER AND GIVE EVERYBODY A SPINNING BACK KICK LIKE CHUCK NORRIS
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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #18 on: June 24, 2013, 08:28:36 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.

HE'D SPIN FASTER AND GIVE EVERYBODY A SPINNING BACK KICK LIKE CHUCK NORRIS

YOU THINK IT'S FUNNY TO MAKE FUN OF STATUES THAT HAVE NO LEGS?
"THUS SPAKE THE DESERT PROPHET ROGER, HIS EYES AGLAZE, HIS BALLS AFIRE, HIS HAIR RECEEDED DUE TO YOUR INABILITY TO SHUT UP"
- Junkenstien

"Locals and authorities are quick to act on suspicions that wartime arms may be lurking in their midst. Even police were convinced by one elderly German who reported finding an old bomb in his backyard, only for bomb clearance staff to conclude that the item was, in fact, a zucchini."
- Newsweek, 8/9/18

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #19 on: June 24, 2013, 08:30:00 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.

HE'D SPIN FASTER AND GIVE EVERYBODY A SPINNING BACK KICK LIKE CHUCK NORRIS

YOU THINK IT'S FUNNY TO MAKE FUN OF STATUES THAT HAVE NO LEGS?

OH FUCK I'M DOOMED
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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #20 on: June 24, 2013, 08:34:57 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.

HE'D SPIN FASTER AND GIVE EVERYBODY A SPINNING BACK KICK LIKE CHUCK NORRIS

YOU THINK IT'S FUNNY TO MAKE FUN OF STATUES THAT HAVE NO LEGS?

OH FUCK I'M DOOMED

I am going to have a talk with some Pagan friends of mine, and have them send some angry mummy energy your way, you insensitive philistine.
"THUS SPAKE THE DESERT PROPHET ROGER, HIS EYES AGLAZE, HIS BALLS AFIRE, HIS HAIR RECEEDED DUE TO YOUR INABILITY TO SHUT UP"
- Junkenstien

"Locals and authorities are quick to act on suspicions that wartime arms may be lurking in their midst. Even police were convinced by one elderly German who reported finding an old bomb in his backyard, only for bomb clearance staff to conclude that the item was, in fact, a zucchini."
- Newsweek, 8/9/18

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #21 on: June 24, 2013, 08:37:26 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.

 :lulz:

I am definitely going to use this material on a pagan forum.

Maybe as advice for when people feel "attacked".
Im guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk, Charles Wick said. It was very complicated.


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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #22 on: June 24, 2013, 10:37:20 pm »
Sorry, I'm just picturing what the statue would do if he was near my ancient washer...
...Statue on spin cycle....
Hope was the thing with feathers.
I smacked it with a hammer until it was red and squashy

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #23 on: June 24, 2013, 10:54:28 pm »
I don't understand why they don't put felt on the bottom to prevent this.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN STOP THE POWER OF THE GODS WITH A PIECE OF FELT?

GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.  EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE.

 :lulz:

I am definitely going to use this material on a pagan forum.

Maybe as advice for when people feel "attacked".

Stole it from the El Nino essay kid.

"Imagine that...Trying to fight the gods with flashlight batteries.  Needless to say, it didn't work, and everyone died."
"THUS SPAKE THE DESERT PROPHET ROGER, HIS EYES AGLAZE, HIS BALLS AFIRE, HIS HAIR RECEEDED DUE TO YOUR INABILITY TO SHUT UP"
- Junkenstien

"Locals and authorities are quick to act on suspicions that wartime arms may be lurking in their midst. Even police were convinced by one elderly German who reported finding an old bomb in his backyard, only for bomb clearance staff to conclude that the item was, in fact, a zucchini."
- Newsweek, 8/9/18

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2013, 04:25:16 pm »
This would be a dissapointing campfire story.  <Flashlight on face> "And when they checked the camera at the end of the day...... the statue had turned slightly to the left!

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"THUS SPAKE THE DESERT PROPHET ROGER, HIS EYES AGLAZE, HIS BALLS AFIRE, HIS HAIR RECEEDED DUE TO YOUR INABILITY TO SHUT UP"
- Junkenstien

"Locals and authorities are quick to act on suspicions that wartime arms may be lurking in their midst. Even police were convinced by one elderly German who reported finding an old bomb in his backyard, only for bomb clearance staff to conclude that the item was, in fact, a zucchini."
- Newsweek, 8/9/18

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #27 on: June 26, 2013, 07:25:12 am »
They could have just asked the Internet. I Googled it on the first day and found videos demonstrating why and how it was happening.

NOT AS AWESOME AS IT WANTING BEAN BURRITOS AND BUD LIGHT, or whatever the inscription on the back says.
Im guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk, Charles Wick said. It was very complicated.


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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #28 on: June 26, 2013, 10:40:55 am »
HOOK A GENERATOR UP TO IT. UNLIMITED POWER.

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Re: The curse of the spinning statue at Manchester Museum
« Reply #29 on: June 26, 2013, 03:20:37 pm »
HOOK A GENERATOR UP TO IT. UNLIMITED POWER.

Once again, Paes shames us all by pointing out what should have been obvious.    :argh!:
"THUS SPAKE THE DESERT PROPHET ROGER, HIS EYES AGLAZE, HIS BALLS AFIRE, HIS HAIR RECEEDED DUE TO YOUR INABILITY TO SHUT UP"
- Junkenstien

"Locals and authorities are quick to act on suspicions that wartime arms may be lurking in their midst. Even police were convinced by one elderly German who reported finding an old bomb in his backyard, only for bomb clearance staff to conclude that the item was, in fact, a zucchini."
- Newsweek, 8/9/18