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Principia Discussion / Plug your cabal/disorganization
« on: July 25, 2005, 02:15:55 am »
I am a member of the Maine Platypus Cabal.
Co-Founded by brother Chuck Full-O-Pope and now fleshed out to an organization of three by Comrade Son Sue but he may become someone (or something) else.  

I have also started the Draw and Quarter Bryan Adams Society (or DQBAS inspired by CRSF) of which I am currently the only member though my mates from the Platypus cheer me on.  

And I am High Lord of the Warhammer Appreciation Club.  Our motto being, "Changing the World, One Smashed Skull at a Time!"

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Oops!
[jar jar] Me-sa forget to sign in [/jar jar]

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Apple Talk / canadian discordians?
« on: June 24, 2005, 02:52:02 pm »
Wanna have some fun at the Canadian Border?  Try crossing with a friend of yours who happens to be a correctional officer at the Washington County Jail and forgets to leave his weapon at home.  I have to say those chairs at Customs are mighty cumfy and their water is exquisite.  Although, I think they could tone down the flourescent lighting.  

To top the night off, when we finally were allowed to cross over into New Brunswick, we went to a pool hall where I proceeded to be hit on by a very strange looking man.  Fortunately, my friend stepped in and convinced him it was in his best interest to find a dark corner to get lost in.

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Apple Talk / canadian discordians?
« on: June 23, 2005, 05:29:42 pm »
Quote from: Fnordiscordia
They all look like insane fish people pulled out of something from Jhonen Vasquez?

Now I have to visit.


It depends on the level of Milwaukee's Best in their blood stream.

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Apple Talk / canadian discordians?
« on: June 23, 2005, 03:51:05 pm »
Quote from: Christ Raw


What have we learned?  NEVER FUCK WITH A CANADIAN CARRYING A CHAINSAW.

Seriously, though, has anyone ever seen a more bizarre mugshot?  How did people in his town not know he was a looney?


Visit Calais, Maine and you will discover the answer to your question.  Trust me, it wouldn't be hard for him to blend in.

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Apple Talk / canadian discordians?
« on: June 23, 2005, 03:38:46 pm »
Not all Canadians are to be trifled with:
Actually if you are Border Patrol you trifle with them, you take their bloody chainsaw, and then you let them continue on into the U.S.  

Thanks Homeland Security!!!!  We surely our safe and sound in your hands!!!

http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/06/07/border.crossing.ap/

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Literate Chaotic / Thing I really want to see happen
« on: June 15, 2005, 02:27:40 pm »
Celebrity Survivor.

We've stranded a bunch of celebrities on this uncharted island.  We've taken their cell-phones, their agents, and their cocaine.  All they have is the shirt on their back.  "For Christ's sake Paris put your shirt back on!"

Sorry.  

So here are some of the celebrities you'll see this season.  First the annoying teeny-diva tribe.  Ms. Hilton, Britney Spears, Jessica Simpson, Avril Lavigne, Madonna (hey you gotta have a couple old timers on Survivor), Jennifer Lopez, and the Aflac Duck.

On the other side of the island we have the freaks-of-nature tribe.  Michael Jackson, Richard Simmons, Liza Manelli, the runaway bride, Donny Osmond, and the re-animated corpse of Telly Savalas.

Here's the twist.  I, your host, Rev. What's-His-Name? and my trusty friend here Mr. Shotgun will be hunting you down one by one after you scatter about this here island.  The last one standing wins the game.  The prize?  A ten second head start swim off the island.  Now, where did I put my harpoon.

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Literate Chaotic / Just for fun...
« on: June 10, 2005, 09:35:11 pm »
Reverend Watchful Limp -- Tuna

(my wife is not going to be happy)

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Literate Chaotic / Vader's height
« on: June 09, 2005, 02:16:55 pm »
Quote from: irrelevant necessity
although it does have th ebest acting out of hte whole newer trilogy...


That's through the process of elimination.  Jar-Jar doesn't utter a bloody word.  So automatically that's an improvement.  However pretty-boy Anakin talks more so that's a detriment to the movie.  Man, I just have a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that Darth Vader was once a whiny Backstreet Boy!

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Literate Chaotic / Vader's height
« on: June 07, 2005, 03:29:23 pm »
Quote from: Bencalypse the middler
I liked SW3.  It had more to admire about it than flaws, though I am a special effects junkie.  Turd is just being a Hotsumian critic.  However, the plot did get a little confusing to me though.  Like, episode 3 is supposed to actually be the prequel to the original star wars.  But there was something about an immortality master coming into play at the end of SW3 and what did immortality have to do with the original trilogy?   And it's been a while since I've seen the original SW trilogy but Luke and Leah were siblings?  I don't remember that.  Weren't they a bit inbred?  Maybe I was just too young or fucked up when I saw the other star wars movies and forgot those parts, but if not, there were some flaws in the plot of SW3.


The immortality master bit was to explain why in the original trilogy Ben Kenobi and Yoda could die but then come back to talk to Luke.  I don't think he really needed to throw that in.  I always assumed it was just some Jedi power Kenobi, Yoda, and Annakin had mastered.  

Star Wars was great but he really soiled his legacy with the prequel Trilogy.  You are always remembered for the last thing you do.  (Do you hear that Sentenced????)  I'll always have a special place in my geek heart for the Star Wars franchise but now when I think of "epic trilogy" Lord of the Rings comes to mind before Star Wars.  Forget about how they deviate from the books but as just pure movies LOTR were much better made than the prequel Star Wars for sure and I think it rivals if not outdoes even the original trilogy.  But, that's just my take.

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