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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 07:29 PM


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yeah, but let's set the tone:



Oprah - Kill, via slow application of donuts. She may be less on the TV and more somewhere else if she's busy eating



Julia Roberts - Work with. And gawp at. And gush on accasions. And gawp.



Tom Cruise - marry. He would NEVER be able to explain it back at the center for spiritual enlightenment in 800 easy payments.



NEXT!
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 06:58 PM


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ooh! ooh! I know! I know! ....



What do you mean "everybody except Pab"?
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 06:47 PM


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Actually jaq, oh evil arrow of applied confusion, we need to step back and ask ourselves ... "Are we welcoming input from the innocent forumites from the new days?" ... or are we shutting them out by having a convo.

Jaq ... You must ask a question. You must get the audience to participate. You must .... BE A GAMESHOW HOST!!!!!!
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 06:42 PM


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show us the spooon


The odds are good. It's the sandwiches you want to watch out for ....
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 06:39 PM


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well .... If I was a lithe and gracious ballerina of style, rhyme and meter, the milkman of human kindness, the silent nodding sage, andante ma non tropo, you would play the tuba. With a spoon. And so :

YOUR CREEPINESS > MY CREEPINESS
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 06:07 PM


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ahhhh. For verily now in this thread one can feeeeel the luuuurve.
And the flames.
But you can't feel Snoo. That would be inappropriate.
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:43 PM


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Wait.


Something is wrong.



Could it be ... ?



DUN DUN DUUUUUUUN




no, sorry, false alert. forget it, forget it all
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:36 PM


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k. Let's play SPOT THE MOOP


He's down there *points*


I win. You owe me fifteen thousand bucks (money, not rabbits)
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:33 PM


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QUOTE (Jaq @ Sep 21 2011, 07:25 PM) *
okay. fine.

Now what?




Now you take a bow
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:23 PM


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A singer in a smokey room
A smell of wine and cheap perfume
Fer a smerl ther cur derp derp the night
It goes on and on and on and on (and on, and on ... and ON ... AND ON ...... MAKE IT STOP)
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:18 PM


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Just a city boy, born and raised in south Detroit (a suburb of a small country in the pyrenees)
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:15 PM


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livin' in a lonely world
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Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 05:07 PM


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Well. It wasn't exactly a dare. I sneezed, and Jaq took it as some basis for justifying her manhood, which of course was never even in question.


Well, we're taking this forum. All right, everybody be cool, this is a robbery!
Any of you flunking hicks move, and I'll educate every udder plucking last one of ya!


THAT is all.


*crowd surfs*



*breaks nose*
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Pab
Posted on: Jun 14 2008, 01:40 AM


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I've had a really good day. I have been teaching "senior citizens" how to defend themselves against computers, and today was the last day until september, so they took me out for lunch. I then went home, had a Grade_A 90 minute bath with Top gear reruns, went out with me mates, and got minorly chatted up by the local fauna which is good for the waning ego, and finally got home pissed, satisfied and by taxi, just in time to peck my better half on the cheek before she woke up wondering if I got back safely, to at last post on here to say , once and for all, that Friday the 13th is no worse than what one makes of it.

I've always thought, simplisticly, that Friday the 13th _must_ cast a bad light on Thursday the 12th, and they've never really been a problem either ...
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Posted on: May 11 2008, 02:53 AM


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Hi all. Nice to be part of a reunion like this here, despite Aunt Erma talking for herself there. Matazone was an important place for me when I was here, and you can't say that about many places on the interweb, oh-no-you-can't. Important enough for me to be still passing through, so there you go. Andorra is still a load of ups and downs, but it's home and thats nice. See ya!
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 3 2006, 12:24 AM


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I so wanted to quote that one. Awwww ...
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Pab
Posted on: Jun 24 2006, 12:50 AM


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Just a note to say I checked out this groups site when this thread appeared and I actually really like their stuff. Don't stop. There are genuine signs of potentially big talent here. And for me that's a lot ...
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Posted on: Nov 26 2005, 04:36 AM


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When you feel you're half of something, instead of feeling like you're complete on your own.
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Posted on: Nov 22 2005, 04:02 PM


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nanight debs
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 6 2005, 01:11 PM


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Funny. Not a very smart question. But I'll answer it anyway.

No. I'm saying that the (astonishingly) inefficient prevision and handling of this disaster is just another indication of the inefficiencies of the current government, but also, and on a larger scale, is a logical outcome of decades of shirking responsabilities, looking after number one, drinking martinis and getting fat on the blood of the poor, in and out of the US, for the sake of profit and a brand new stairmaster. With bells on.
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Posted on: Sep 6 2005, 12:40 PM


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Yeah, ya see ... I think it worth while to point out that my point of view is NOT "nuts to the victims, let them sort there own stuff out" ... no no ... It's more like "Help the american government to do their job? No way. Their vile and cristalline incompetence needs to be addressed (read punished)". Different, not much, but different. Basically I should have read your other thread there, Commie, and ranted there without saying I'm witholding my cash.

But I do pass part of the 'blame' for the general utter mishandling of the whole deal to the population of the US. Not the victims, the population, en masse. Because they have been going down the road of trading quality, common sense and preparing for a better future for all , for cut-throat free-market tactics that deny funding for schools, safety, apparently disaster management, and other obvious necessities ... ruthlessly, relentlessly, and in a oh-so-visible and oh-so-well-documented way, ever since GM bought up public transport in L.A. in the early 30s.

The latest installments including the chimp and his not-so-nice guardians has only added to a large pile of what I view as "getting it wrong by a mile". The affrontery of international invasions, unanimously condemned by everybody within 800 miles of me at least, was not only tolerated by the voting body, but actually encouraged in a re-election, apparently because they were promised flag-waving and cookies (cheap petrol). And never mind Iraq. Internal issues are just as virulent, or worse. I mean guys, really ... They HAVE to start acting responsably. I am fully aware that vast amounts of millions of people could expose to me how they didn't vote him in etc etc ... But the democratic process DEMANDS to hold the people responsable for their leaders short-fallings. And this sure is one hell of an opportunity for some wake-up calls ...
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Pab
Posted on: Sep 6 2005, 10:31 AM


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QUOTE (CommieBastard @ Sep 6 2005, 11:20 AM)
Leaving aside the fact that it's absolutely monstrous to give or deny help based on political affiliation, I believe the New Orleans area voted 77% for John Kerry last year.

Tell me, if you were in New Orleans, giving out food and water to the victims, would you first ask them who they voted for?
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Yes indeed, I agree my previous post is massively callous and cold-hearted political posturing and bigotry. That is probably what it was meant to be, and it totally ignores all sentiments of empathy and compassion and other helpful constructive outlooks concerning the actual people actually living the disaster. It was written and delivered in that way as a (emotional) reaction to the modern callous cold-hearted bigotted postures of the arsewipes who run the show these days. If I were to answer the question "so how do you feel about the victims?" a totally contradictory viewpoint would transpire.

I'm not ranting about the victims. They are victims, and were so before I started mouthing 2nd degree abuse. It's a safe bet the same mass of people were already victims before the storm. I'm ranting about the irony of raping and pillageing followed by "give us a hand, gov". And you knew this point of view would turn up eventually in this discussion. Well this time it was me.

As an answer to the specific question, which may have been rhetorical, I'd say that if I was over there helping I obviously wouldn't wonder where the help went, or where it came from. I am, however, not over there.


The sanest wording to express the non-reactionary part of my stance would be

QUOTE (Marriegold)
The US being one of the richest country I don't see how the Government couldn't provide his own people the amount of help they need. Surely they could afford it.


.-.. but I leave the reactionary bits in, for the good of the debate, and getting it off my chest ...
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Posted on: Sep 5 2005, 12:15 PM


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The victims of New Orleans shouldn't have to pay for the insufficiencies of their government. Correct. The thing is, national disasters are one of the goverments jobs. So is sorting out the nations impoverished population.

But the government wants to blow as much cash as possible into warfare, rape and pillageing in foreign lands, in order to amass as many foreign resources as they can. American social politics have been vicious for decades, and presumably just getting worse.

54% of voting americans said "Yup, I like what the government is doing", and for the second time running too. Well, here you go.

So now the US government says it can't afford to sort out its own stuff? Your government has a job to do, and is uniquely incapable of doing it. Welfare and social reform have always been laughed at by the "survival of the fittest" squaddies. Maybe in the next elections the american voters shall be more aware of reality. Maybe not, cos it seems all it takes to win an election their is a monkey doing a puppet show with stars and stripes.

I'm not giving a single cent to pay off the US lack of responsable behaviour. Thats what elections are for.

Do I remember correctly Bushs' first offer of help for the Tsunami was 5 million dollars?
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Posted on: Aug 19 2005, 12:09 PM


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You log out, then go to the log-in page (not the quick one, the real main log-in page) to log in again, making sure to .. untick(?) the box called 'remember me' ... it then slaps a cookie down that doesn't log you in automatically
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Posted on: Jul 6 2005, 08:18 AM


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51) Swing on rope with or without a tyre attached and drop into river/lake/sea
52)Utterly mortify your parents in front of large gathering of adults by asking a question relating to some utterly mortifying theme
53)Laugh til you wet your pants
54)Trespass on somebodies land, make a basecamp/bivowak(sp?)/treehouse there, and get away with it for years
55) Get at least 2 permanent scars


Note: of the oringinal 33 points, Emma has done all but 4, 7, 24 and 32 and she's 5. There is hope for the future?
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