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    Yeah I used to be a fan of Silvestri's stuff way...

    Yeah I used to be a fan of Silvestri's stuff way back when he was drawing Wolverine and later Cyberforce. Unfortunately, I got out of comic collecting right around the time Witchblade appeared, so I...
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    Anyone here read Witchblade?

    I've been thinking about getting into this series. But the problem is not really knowing where to start.

    I almost bought Witchblade Volume "One" the other day, but stopped short until I found out...
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    One of my kitties: ...

    One of my kitties:

    http://www.animecritic.com/_temp/photos/kitty_20gallon.jpg

    One of my fish:

    http://www.animecritic.com/_temp/photos/56gallon/clownfish03.jpg

    One more of my fish, who...
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    Pffft, I'm 30 and I'm just starting a new career....

    Pffft, I'm 30 and I'm just starting a new career. Believe me, "way beyond 21" is not old. Unless you're talking 80.
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    *shudders* Now I can see why you need guns. :P

    *shudders*

    Now I can see why you need guns. :P
  6. ^^^ this Also, the focal length used to take...

    ^^^
    this

    Also, the focal length used to take a picture can actually distort the apparent depth of an image relative to how we view it in real life.
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    From an outsider perspective, it seems America's...

    From an outsider perspective, it seems America's history really has shaped a strong cultural attitude towards guns. In contrast, my country has less of a strong attitude towards guns (although...
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    Used to be in IT/graphics/web design. Gave it up...

    Used to be in IT/graphics/web design. Gave it up to persue a business degree, and now I'm working on obtaining a CA designation. Working for a major accounting firm at the moment, but in the future...
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    I thank you for being honest. So I take you...

    I thank you for being honest. So I take you don't take a utilitarian approach to these issues. Which is fair, but I believe a very tricky balancing act.

    OOC, say I substituted "guns" for "drugs"...
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    I assume you're talking about the last two? In...

    I assume you're talking about the last two? In which case it's not self explanatory.

    Again, you're talking to someone who has never owned a gun nor ever felt a maddening desire to own one. So...
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    Defend them from what?

    Defend them from what?
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    You may find it "extremely offensive" but it...

    You may find it "extremely offensive" but it doesn't change the fact that almost 40% of your countrymen are buying guns because they feel a need to protect themselves. I ask you, what is making...
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    Speaking of militias in general, I think you need...

    Speaking of militias in general, I think you need a real stable backbone in society first of all. I don't know how well it would work in the US. Country like Switzerland, sure. Certain countries...
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    You're not actually responding to them at all. ...

    You're not actually responding to them at all. It just reads as a complete non-sequitur. How does what you wrote even begin to follow from what I wrote?



    Okay, this makes even less sense. ...
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    Whut? I'm not sure exactly what you are...

    Whut? I'm not sure exactly what you are responding to.
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    Well not really. There's also that "well...

    Well not really. There's also that "well regulated militia" part of it which tends to get completely ignored (esp given the US has a standing army).
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    Okay then. From Firearm-related deaths in the...

    Okay then.

    From Firearm-related deaths in the United States and 35 other high- and upper-middleincome countries, the US leads with firearm homicide rate of ~7 per 100,000 versus Japan all the way...
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    Got the R1900 today. Some initial impressions: ...

    Got the R1900 today. Some initial impressions:

    1) Holy frig, this sucker is big. I guess I should have expected it, being a wide-format printer, but it's something else when it's sitting on your...
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    Sticky: Couple pics of me. First in the dark looking...

    Couple pics of me.

    First in the dark looking all moody 'n stuff:

    http://www.animecritic.com/_temp/photos/pete_dark.jpg

    And second outdoors after brewing some tea on the trail. :D
    ...
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    Younger Brother Team up Simon Posford (aka...

    Younger Brother

    Team up Simon Posford (aka Hallucinogen which I posted earlier) and Benji Vaughan. It's mostly downtempo electronica, but pretty hard to really classify properly. Really good...
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    Any budget in mind? Wacom is generally the...

    Any budget in mind?

    Wacom is generally the defacto standard. I've used two of their tablets, an older 4x6 Intuos 1 and a newer 6x11 Intuos 3 (which I just got). They make very nice tablets and...
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    Cast drawing?

    Reading up on the atelier style of art instruction, cast drawing sounds interesting. But after learning how much those casts cost, it's also a little impractical.

    Are there any cheaper...
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    I've worked as a freelance graphics/web designer and never had any professional training. Professional training will, I think, open more doors in the industry particularly if you are looking for...
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    Thank you both for the responses. It sounds like...

    Thank you both for the responses. It sounds like the R1900 is a good contender. I also took a look at the R2880, although it's bit pricier than I'd like to go and from what I can tell, the only...
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    I've been looking for a similar thing, so I'd be...

    I've been looking for a similar thing, so I'd be curious if you run across anything. Although, I'm mainly looking for ones that are posable.

    The closest I've found so far are Obitsu dolls from...
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