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Didn't someone also send some of Roger's stuff to his former boss?

I'd hate to think we should all start scrubbing our posts.

Literate Chaotic / Re: The Grudge
« on: January 25, 2017, 03:52:37 am »
This was a seriously fun read.

I also had some side fun parsing in story terminology as delivered in a decidedly Scottish parlance.

Cain, my mom asked who you are because you sometimes reply to my facebook posts. I told her I have no idea but I thought you should know that by elementary school measure we're friends now.

Richard Nixon's glittering half-life sarcophagus / Re: NAME THAT SPAG
« on: January 24, 2017, 11:09:08 pm »
wait no don't do that one

Richard Nixon's glittering half-life sarcophagus / Re: NAME THAT SPAG
« on: January 24, 2017, 11:08:34 pm »
Eater of Clowns

Richard Nixon's glittering half-life sarcophagus / Re: NAME THAT SPAG
« on: January 24, 2017, 10:01:34 pm »
Pig Guppy (PgUpy)

Along with cool little mustaches and everything else, NAZIs have ruined the handle I have had for 8 years. Thanks, Hitler.

That sucks. I don't know what I'd do if I lost EoC.

Part of me does want to ruin each of your names until you're stuck with PgUpy or something though. Inserty.

The fact that it's hourly sounds like a good sign that it's legit.

If it were illegal I feel like it'd be more like a x-amount-per-week sort of thing.

It should be noted that I have no fucking idea what I'm talking about it. Weed is that stuff that makes Floridians gnaw at each others' faces right?

Currently feeling very pleased with myself for this quiz question:

10. Cnidaria have two life stages: (1 pt)

Harpy and cyst
Siren and abscess
Dryad and nodule
Medusa and polyp


Bonus question how many of these are the names of $25/plate gastropubs.

Man, I used to worry about how my employment history looked on paper... then I became a recruiter. Now I realize mine is really pretty not too bad.


I like this because you used to photoshop spots off of genitalia.

Literate Chaotic / Re: The Foxhole With The Atheist
« on: January 20, 2017, 07:22:10 pm »
I take issue with the use of the foxhole, as foxes are pretty small creatures and there's no way two humans could fit in a hole made by one, even if one of them has a biologically smaller atheist brain (why God can't fit in it).

I think we can all agree that the most egregious offense here is the Appeal to Lulz without delivering said Lulz.

A power point presentation is a good way to show people your cultural sensitivity, see the father Ted episode for reference

This sounds like you've put your foot in it with some comment, if so just do the right thing and apologise and move on with your life. It happened to me a few months back at a party when I asked one of the people I was chatting to what part of Asia they were from... That turned out to be Brazil, so as I said you can apologise or move on and forget about it, or you can do what I did: Never show my face in public again, being sure to flagellate once a night while shouting "stupid, stupid, stupid".


Sorry Faust, but that's pretty hilariously cringey. I hope they were gentle about it.

I've only ever seen 3 movies that I actually considered scary, and Poltergeist doesn't really hold up when you watch it again now.

Play Misty For Me is my sleeper pick for HOLY FUCK TERRIFYING, possibly (probably) because of a lifetime of ignoring Rule #3.

But the scariest movie of all time? Fuck you if you don't think Aliens is some paralyzingly frightening shit. I saw that movie in the theater when it came out (I was 9 and my mom thought I was seeing some dumb kid movie) and I swear I didn't sleep with the lights off for a week. And it's the only movie that's possibly gotten even scarier as I get older because there are so many LAYERS of horror there and the best ones aren't even comprehensible to a little kid.

Wait, Alien or Aliens? I fully agree that the first was a great horror movie. The second was always more of a sci-fi action flick to me. Not scary really, but great nonetheless.

For frightening space movies, I'll always have a soft spot for Event Horizon. Something about watching that just really creeped me out.

Alien was OK, but hardly scary.

Aliens is what I was talking about. Flat-out terrifying,
in addition to being one of the 4 or 5 best movies ever made.

Event Horizon was terrifying when I saw it in the theater on several hits of LSD, but I found it didn't really hold up to rewatching.

I, too, prefer political docudrama Aliens over its lighthearted feminist comedy predecessor Alien, since we're just being silly now.

Techmology and Scientism / Re: bluh bluh bluh
« on: January 09, 2017, 08:35:39 pm »
I have made contact. The natives are sparse, but welcoming. Many do not seem to understand the concept of Discordia. I wonder, when I hit send, if what I transmit to the others is truly my voice, or if it is a fleeting electronic ghost that mimics me briefly before its existence is snuffed out. If so, they do not seem to notice.

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