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Posted on: May 19 2008, 03:18 PM


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QUOTE (Daria @ May 19 2008, 04:11 PM) *
The thread title is sung to the tune of "Let's talk about sex, baby, let's talk about you and me, let's talk about all the bubbles in the tub, let's talk about love". Although sex, love and bubblebaths are all very important and serious things too.


... No it isn't! It doesn't even fit with that! And the logical way to have done that little play on the title would have been to use 'talk' instead of 'discuss'. The title is perfectly normal and not at all tongue in cheek, to a normal bystander who is not resident in your head.
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Posted on: May 19 2008, 03:15 PM


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QUOTE (Daria @ May 19 2008, 03:04 PM) *
Cath is a new mod and may still be finding her feet. This is the "Whatchoo Listnin' To, Foo'?" thread, not the "Let's discuss derogatory terms for people with mental and or physical disabilities". That can be found here.
I'm not sure, FU, that any of the moderators are saying that they can't be openly challenged, nor will they stop you from doing so- it seems to be more of a case of where one decides to challenge it, and in what way.

I'm still fiddling with my external HD to be listening to anything mad.gif


There just always seems to be a complete panic: "take this to the appropriate forum right now kthxbai", but seems to me I see OT posts and spam all the time and they're not instantly chided, are they?

That's the appearance that it gives at least. I find it a little oppressive to be told when and where to disagree with something, is all. So I said so!
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Posted on: May 19 2008, 03:09 PM


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QUOTE (Daria @ May 19 2008, 04:01 PM) *
This thread is meant to be vaguely tongue in cheek, but apparently that went under your radar.


Wow, really? Really really? Or are you just saying that? Because your first post seems entirely serious.

I don't see what's wrong with disagreeing with an issue regardless of when registering, etc etc. It's not like the points aren't valid, and it's not like you're not all capable of standing up for yourselves.
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Posted on: May 19 2008, 01:55 PM


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It is always so frightening how you guys don't just let a conversation happen here and how a moderator's decision cannot be questioned in public. Damn strange.
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Posted on: May 19 2008, 11:32 AM


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Also, 'gooey in the brain' and 'spastic' are NOT the same thing, seeing as 'spastic' can refer to someone of either mental AND/OR physical disablement. I think someone who just had a physical disability would be VERY offended by it being suggested they had mental problems.
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Posted on: May 13 2008, 09:42 AM


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For your inspiration: http://muxtape.com
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Posted on: Apr 7 2008, 08:55 AM


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It's Brian Lumley, innit?

I remember reading some of them a long time ago. Lots of stuff with time travel, too. Might be something you could dig actually, Mata.
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Posted on: Mar 12 2008, 09:15 AM


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QUOTE (Mata @ Mar 11 2008, 10:49 AM) *
I read a few of the online versions. I didn't know that there was an eighth season in comic form. I'll have to check that out. Thanks!


Yes yes yes! On to #12 at the moment. A fair few written by Joss Whedon, but also arcs from Brian K Vaughn (Runaways, Y: The Last Man - both enjoyable if you're into that kinda thing) and currently one by Drew Goddard (former Buffy and Angel show writer, but most well known now as the bloke who wrote Cloverfield) and other former Buffy/Angel writers to do stuff. It's all cool.
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Posted on: Mar 11 2008, 09:11 AM


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QUOTE (Mata @ Mar 10 2008, 01:02 PM) *
Buffy and Angel: great fun, but those were years ago and I'm looking for new blood wink.gif


Then read the comics!

Well. Read Buffy Season 8. The Angel: After the Fall comics are terrible, akin to fanfic and will completely ruin the excellence of season five. They're the only comics (excluding Fray (Slayer of the Future) and Tales of the Slayers - Fray is another recommendation) which are canon but Angel isn't worth it.

Plus, the cover art for Buffy is consistantly beautiful.
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Posted on: Feb 18 2008, 10:16 AM


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Really, if Flaming Lips are famous enough to be mentioned as a cultural touchstone on a television programme ("hello, this episode is about going to see the Flaming Lips but oh noes you can't!"), I think it's showing that the Flaming Lips are listened to by plenty of people.
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Posted on: Jan 28 2008, 10:42 AM


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QUOTE (Eli @ Jan 27 2008, 01:29 AM) *
Well this morning at 3 a.m. my alarm clock decided that it be a fun idea to go off every 7 minutes untill I woke up. Don't ask how or why but it did. Since I was already up, I decided to make breakfast; cereal. As I remember, I left the room for about a minute or so. When I came back into the kitchen my cat was on the floor...with my cereal. He probably thought it was funny and as his way of apologising he bit me. That afternoon, my mom made me clean the floors and counters because they were sticky with milk. She didn't ask why, she just assumed that I enjoyed pouring milk all over the kitchen. But besides that, the reast of my day has been just fine.


Oh no! God forbid you clean up your own mess! If only the cat had opposable thumbs so it could do it himself.
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Posted on: Jan 7 2008, 12:54 PM


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Inky, you always restore my faith in humanity. Heima is a slice of wonderful.
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Posted on: Dec 14 2007, 01:12 PM


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QUOTE (Mata @ Dec 12 2007, 11:02 PM) *
RE: Twinkies. The rest of the world sees American media every day, and there are many, many references to Twinkies. Off the top of my head I can only think of two. Ghengis Khan in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure loves Twinkies for the sugar rush. Homer twists one and in Apu's shop in The Simpsons, to which Apu responds 'You foolish man, you cannot hurt the Twinkie'. Naturally we get curious about this food stuff that we've never tried.


I can't believe you forgot this.
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Posted on: Dec 5 2007, 09:13 AM


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I too am excited for The Dark Knight (for which the viral marketing has been briliant), Iron Man, Sin City, Harry Potter And Indiana Jones. They all make my geeky bits a tingle, and that's always a good thing.

I'm also interested in 01-18-08/Cloverfield (or whatever it is at the moment), the new JJ Abrams project. Again, the viral marketing is what initially got me interested. Ok, so all the Slusho! stuff is a bit silly, and right now it's pointing to something that could be completely lame, nor am I really really into Abrams previous work, but I dunno. I like a good mystery. Plus, it's written by a really strong Buffy/Angel writer, so I've gotta get behind that (although the trailers for it show some AWFUL dialogue).

Finally, Star Trek. Another Abrams thing I think. And usually I wouldn't be super excited, except it's been cast extraordinarily well, with the likes of Zachary Quinto and Simon Pegg. Yes please!
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Posted on: Oct 19 2007, 08:06 AM


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Ahh, yes. That is the nastiest thing ever, and your calve muscle goes rock hard. The way to try and avoid it, or make it feel better, is get up and stamp that foot really hard. Even though the thought of moving at that point is absolutely terrifying, it does help a bit.
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Posted on: Oct 15 2007, 02:08 PM


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Well, apparently after 25 your liver is no longer able to regenerate so it would make sense that as you get older any sense of survival in the face of a hangover packs its bags.
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Posted on: Oct 13 2007, 08:26 PM


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It's a scientific fact (there's no REAL evidence...) that hangovers get worse as your body gets older. I think there's a bliss period between 18-21 where a hangover cannot touch you, and then BAM! 22!
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Posted on: Oct 5 2007, 07:58 AM


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QUOTE (Daria @ Oct 5 2007, 01:57 AM) *
QUOTE (-TheKasbah- @ Oct 4 2007, 05:30 PM) *

I heard that according to studies that it was both males and females with ginger hair had a higher pain threshold. So I don't agree with you Daria.

Sorry to be pedantic, but:
Here, here, here, here, and lastly here.

I rest my case.


Well, that sorted that one out!
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Posted on: Sep 29 2007, 02:19 AM


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QUOTE (Sir_Psycho_Sexy @ Sep 28 2007, 05:46 PM) *
Rose: Yay job!
Thorn: Boo hangover.


But pre-hangover = awesome! Be an optimist!

Urgh. I should particpate:

Rose: After a week of strangers being in the flat and redecorating, and five hours of dusting and crazy, things are back to normal.
Thorn: Hangover in the morning? Oh well!
Rose: Nick Cave is making my brain happy!
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Posted on: Sep 29 2007, 02:15 AM


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Yeah... You're, what? 13? Don't set things on fire. It's a STUPID thing to do.
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Posted on: Sep 29 2007, 02:11 AM


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Chocolate milkshake!

I don't know why, but it hits the spot for me every time. Lots of sugar, I suppose. And then meat and bread!
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Posted on: Sep 28 2007, 12:23 PM


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Dammit, if only Phillipe had bigger ears!
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Posted on: Sep 28 2007, 07:45 AM


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smile.gif!!!!!

You should all also be listening to 'The Dude and Catastrophe'.
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Posted on: Sep 26 2007, 07:50 AM


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QUOTE (Jim @ Sep 25 2007, 01:58 PM) *
I had thrush sad.gif

not the sti BTW

But some gay mouth infection

and my tounge went all swollen and white n lumpy unsure.gif

It was pretty disgutin


Thrush isn't an STI. It's the result of an imbalance of bacteria that lives naturally in the body and often occurs completely unrelated to sex, through wearing the wrong underwear material to taking antibiotics and loads of things. The thrush that occurs in your mouth is essentially the same the happens elsewhere - just a baterical imbalance, is all.

/end... well, not *spam*. Um... Edumacational stuff?
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Posted on: Sep 18 2007, 08:07 PM


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Yes! That's where he's from!

The number of legs is problematic, but you have to bear in mind that you can plait the legs in the middle and he becomes a 'plait'ipus. Ba-doom-ching.
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