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    Looks more like the lambda symbol. The peace sign has three lines on the bottom.

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    I didn't notice the peace sign, I noticed something else...
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    They're selling ad space on mars, didn't you hear?

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    Hey...:mrt:...is that my house?


    There was a cool article in Discover Magazine a while ago about how people's minds are so dependant on facial and object recognition that they can see almost anything in...almost anything.


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    Originally posted by dfacto
    Hey...:mrt:...is that my house?


    There was a cool article in Discover Magazine a while ago about how people's minds are so dependant on facial and object recognition that they can see almost anything in...almost anything.
    it was sort of funny when people got a chance to see the mars "face" from an isometric angle. It resembled nothing even close to a face. Of course all the psychotic "true believers" cried "cover up!"

    Our society would be pretty boring without insane fanatics if you ask me.

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    So that's where halflife 2 is at...

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    Some background info on the civilization that made the face on mars...

    If it's on the Internet, it must be true.

    :eek:

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    Haha Erik, i was thinking the same…
    "Aliens speak up - They want Halflife 2"

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    I'd rather read about Saddam's prison lover...

    "They were born, they grew up in the gutters, they went to work at twelve, they passed through a brief blossoming period of beauty and sexual desire, they married at twenty, they were middle-aged at thirty, they died, for the most part, at sixty. Heavy physical work, the care of home and children, petty quarrels with neighbors, films, football, beer, and, above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds."

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    Haha, the Weekly World News is an endless source of unintentional comedy.

    My grandmother used to believe that shit, hehe. She told me that robots would take over the world. So I got one of those plastic-robotic hands and scared the shit out of her. She got just as mad at me as the time i flushed a box of cigerettes down the toilet and replaced them with box of candy cigs. Hehe good times.

    Heh also. I got an hour of detention for having a Weekly World News at school. The teacher even said why, and I was surpised because shes an english teacher. I told her it was top quality journalism.

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    Next time your teacher gets mad, just ask her how it's even possible not to love a face like this? Some background info on the civilization that made the face on mars...

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    To bad this is real - http://www.batboy-themusical.com/.

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