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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ATTN: Americans
« on: August 11, 2010, 01:58:44 am »
Cain speaks truth with Innis and Gunn.  It's a purely delicious treat.

There was a beer, two years ago now, a limited release from Stone, that was the end all and be all of chocolate and, really, stouts in general.  I don't know why they stopped making it, as I still have to name it as my favorite beer ever.  Bitter Chocolate Oatmeal Stout.  Sweet fuck how I miss that beer.

2822
Or Kill Me / Re: Life of Nobody
« on: August 11, 2010, 01:54:03 am »
Still reading every one, Charley.  Still enjoying every one, too.  Thought I should let you know.   :mrgreen:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ATTN: Americans
« on: August 10, 2010, 11:43:13 pm »
Boulder Porter is nice.

I really like the Unibrau micro brewery in canada. They make Moudite and La Fin Du Monde,
which i've only ever seen in a 2 pint fuck-your-shit-up bottle.

I'm a big fan of theirs.  Terrible is AWESOME.

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The Kowlma - Small silhouettes living off excess electricity just inside your monitor.  They appear as punctuation marks that are present upon typing and proofreading, but disappear as soon as the work is printed or posted.  Occasionally a Kowlma will settle next to an actual punctuation mark looking like a duplicate, when the duplicate is erased, it assumes its role, proving to be missing on the regular document.


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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ATTN: Americans
« on: August 10, 2010, 01:18:33 am »
You give that back.  It's not for you.  :argh!:

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: WTF? Srlsy WTF?
« on: August 09, 2010, 02:59:49 pm »
I just can't wrap my head around the idea of someone being completely nice and polite and virtuous and friendly his entire life without anything being seriously wrong with them. It's an anomaly, maybe even like a singularity, a coin with only one side.



Rollover:  Mr. Rogers project an air of genuine, unwavering, almost saintly pure-hearted decency.  But when you look deeper, at the person behind the image...that's exactly what you find there, too.  He's exactly what he appears to be.

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(2) Blizzard is now owned by Activision and any drive they once had toward a quality product has been replaced by a drive to higher profit margin.

Holy crap, I had no idea Blizzard was part of Activision now.  But it makes sense considering how shitty their newest products have been.  Now I'm even more afraid to see how Diablo III is going to turn out.

World of Warcraft is unfathomably, crapstakingly successful.  And more than that even.  Their previous company policy of doing whatever they wanted to was for the goal of securing themselves as a reliable company that delivers a consistently unparalleled product - remember how many times the original StarCraft was delayed?  So what came out was some of the most lasting a replayable games (I could not tell you how many times I've gone through Diablo II).

Activision appears to have no such cares that I can tell.  StarCraft II was shipped with a bug that can overheat video cards by attempting to infinitely render in-game cuts.  Their old games were impressively bug-free, to the point where one could just assume buying one of their products meant absolutely no bullshit (kind've like Bungie before they got turned into a Halo sequel factory).  Thing is, it doesn't matter, because they have the name power behind it.  Their games are guaranteed best sellers at this point.  I'm pretty pissed about StarCraft II being delivered in 3 installments - one for each playable race - presumably at $60 a pop.  Just seems needless.

But yeah, considering it's following up one of my favorite games ever, I'm hesitant about Diablo III.  I'm one of the nerd fanboys upset about the graphics change.  I don't see why every game they put out now has to look like WarCraft III and WoW.  I also hope I don't have to buy a fucking $60 game for each act or, hey maybe even each fucking character class.   :lol:

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These fucking leers are terribleEspecially that guy with all the pixelfaces around him.  You are all wretched disappointments, and NOBODY FUCKING WINS


Yeah, I'll see you in the parking lot, Mister.  We'll see if we can't fix that glare of yours.

Maybe a sufficient glare will motivate me to declare a first round winner.  Hmm?

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These fucking leers are terribleEspecially that guy with all the pixelfaces around him.  You are all wretched disappointments, and NOBODY FUCKING WINS.  In fact, you have made me don a silly hat and glare - GLARE - with all the intensity this mean visage can manage.



That's fucking right.  You know a glare is serious when even the goofiest of hats cannot touch it.  If that happy dog hat head adornment can't devalue such a glare, how can you expect to?  You can't - bring it the motherfuck on (hats optional).

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Been hearing craze over Star craft II, is that even worth it ? I didn't really like the original

It's the same thing as the original with better storytelling but a crappier story to tell.  The didn't deviate because (1) they didn't want to alienate the hardcore fans and (2) Blizzard is now owned by Activision and any drive they once had toward a quality product has been replaced by a drive to higher profit margin.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Lurkers
« on: August 07, 2010, 04:52:52 pm »
I'm the fucking Lurker to end all Lurkers.  My logged in time in comparison to my actual number of posts is asinine.

To other lurkers - establishing a presence here without a lot of posting just takes longer.  It's the only difference I can tell.  With such a large user base, it's impossible to get a grasp on what people are all about.  There are regular posters that to this day I don't think I've directly interacted with really at all (as in, we'll be in the same thread but haven't yet responded to one another, etc).  It's alright though because it's only a matter of time.

When it comes down to it, the into thread and a lot of unlimited threads look like we have some kind of code of conduct around here.  I don't think that's the case.  I think there's a strong resistance to bullshit that will come between an actual conversation, whether it be an ego or a forced personality.  If you actually get a feel for the MO of a lot of posters here they're staggeringly diverse.

Jump in.  If you get shat on, buck up and move on.  It happens to everyone.  It's nothing personal.

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LEER YOU MAD BASTARDS, LEER!

This leering ought to sex up PD so much we all grow a second set of genitalia and fuck ourselves into oblivion.  We've had four pants-removing faces weigh in.  Who the fuck else?

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Get your fucking model on watermelon fuckers, this is the Great PD Expression-Off.  See a spagbook photo with one bitchin grimace?  Submit that shit.  Think your grimace can beat it?  Submit that shit.

I start you off with an expression inspired by Dok's Mustache thread:  THE LEGENDARY LEER.




Sweet sockfucking christholes that's a leer.  I humbly submit my response in the form of drunken leer:



That leer's so powerful it pixelized the faces of my close friends.  Their faces are like that now, permanently, and they forgive me because of the glory of that expression.  If you see a pixelface around, they are beautiful people you should be less hostile to than normal.

CAN YOU OUTLEER THAT?  Show it.  Does your pooping face top the leer?  SHOW IT.  The gauntlet, I lost it, it's thrown down so low it's in the fucking mantle.

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EoC, read about love the day a year and a half relationship ends.

FALSE ALARM EVERYTHING IS FINE.  THAT'S WHY YOU CAN SEE MY TEETH.  TEETH MEANS SMILING RIGHT?

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Your result for The 3 Variable Funny Test ...
the Provacateur

(67% dark, 19% spontaneous, 42% vulgar)
your humor style:
VULGAR | COMPLEX | DARK


You'll crack on anything, and you're often witty, even caustic, about it.

Therefore, your sense of humor is polarizing. You're transgressive, and you've got a seriously sharp 'edge'--maybe too much for some folks. If they get you, people think you're one of the funniest (and smartest) people in the world. If they don't, they think you're an ass. Whatever, right? While some might question your judgement, your comic intellect is unquestionably respected.

PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Chris Rock - Lenny Bruce - George Carlin

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