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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychotime View Post
    I was aiming more for stuff like this, actually.



    But then again, that's exactly what THEY were sorta aiming for aswell.
    yeaahh you're stuff is the original. lol steamboat mickey!!!
    but yeah i like that avatar, it is unique
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    EDIT: Wait a minute, what? You didn't read what I wrote. The joke is that he resembles a 30's cartoon character akin to Mickey, Scrappy, Toby, Bimbo, Tom and Jerry (The FIRST duo to go by that name, created by Van Buren), and many others. That's the point. How on earth could I even pretend otherwise?

    I know this is animation thread stuff, but while I'm on the topic:

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    Yep, Tom and Jerry swiped their names from these two who were created over a decade earlier.
    Last edited by Psychotime; April 17th, 2012 at 07:09 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychotime View Post
    EDIT: Wait a minute, what? You didn't read what I wrote. The joke is that he resembles a 30's cartoon character akin to Mickey, Scrappy, Toby, Bimbo, Tom and Jerry (The FIRST duo to go by that name, created by Van Buren), and many others. That's the point. How on earth could I even pretend otherwise?
    ... i think i worded it wrong. did you think i meant YOU were ripping off steamboat mickey?? nooo... i meant your stuff was the original (no sarcasm) but i should've said your stuff more resembles the original compared to the animaniacs, which is what i posted.
    basically i meant, i like your avatar (lol i said "you're stuff" before im dumb.) because it resembles steamboat mickey(the real old cartoons) as compared to the animaniacs.

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    My professor's a furry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLANLESS View Post
    My professor's a furry.
    How did you find out?

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    Sitting with blankets on, thunder and lightning outside, my dog
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    Bliss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacybean View Post
    I'm sorry, but Stephen King on drugs and alcohol was a much more interesting writer. I guess that's really kind of awful to say
    Barefoot sent me a stream of outraged Daily Mail type personal messages after the last time i recommend everyone try drugs, and not just the readily available ones like alcohol, but the Beatles VS Wings, thats all Ill say.

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    Musicians and drugs, I can never hear those two words together now without thinking of Bill Hicks *sigh* Ah Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Intheuk View Post
    Musicians and drugs, I can never hear those two words together now without thinking of Bill Hicks *sigh* Ah Bill
    I laughed my butt off after reading your post, looking him up (Not that I didn't know who he was already I'll defend =P) and saw his Wikipedia Portrait has him in the process of lighting up.

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    At one this morning my 16yo son came in and said, "Mum, can you give me a hand? The door of the fridge has fallen off."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    At one this morning my 16yo son came in and said, "Mum, can you give me a hand? The door of the fridge has fallen off."
    Treasure moments like these. They are what makes families grow tighter and closer.

    Also, you might want to get a new fridge. Just saying.

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    Howdy CA. I'm back. Looking forward to posting some critique pictures once college is done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew B View Post
    Howdy CA. I'm back. Looking forward to posting some critique pictures once college is done.
    For some unknown reason that reminded me of an AA introduction... xP

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    Bleh, I never liked carpooling with random people.

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    The Netflix instant player had a facelift but now everything I watch has delayed sound that's out of sync.

    Oh wait, maybe I should just switch off the HD...

    EDIT: Aw man, I like having HD. Ah well. Whatever works.

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    Gonna buy me a set o' nunchuks.

    Been thinkin' about it for awhile. Want to get incredibly skilled in a rather useless weapon for no apparent reason. . .

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    Make sure you wear a cup when you're practicing, then.

    I've seen enough home video clip shows.

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    Haven't had a random rant in ages.

    The one thing I've learned over the years is simple. Things change. Dramatically. In no time at all and I'm only in my 20's ironically and my life and those around me have already shifted so many times it's unbelievable. Both for better and worse. I had a friend who was barely getting by, his mother was literally evil incarnate, she stole from him, tried to stab him, ditched him in the middle of nowhere etc etc..... he was house hopping with friends for years. Hell lived with my family for a year+. Then one day he went to pursue a random career went to a government agency to take a mandatory test for a possible government job related. Scored really high on his test and is in the CIA. It blew everyone of our minds. Suddenly he's in an amazing location to live, making money and doing better than everyone. Then on the opposite spectrum my sister had everything going for her. Got married, husband had a good job, they were getting a house. Then she had so many health problems hit her at once. It broke her. In rehab trying to barely walk, her blood pressure drops when standing, has been nauseous 24/7 and in bed for over a year. Her world completely shifted and we're still trying to simply recover to a normal functional life. Things are always changing, one day your living in a house the size of a shed with half the floor collapsing the next your living on the water in an amazing house, then the next to something completely different. I kind of wonder what stability feels like.


    Now I can see another fork in the road ahead. One that could be so fucking life changing for the better that I can't even imagine it. As vague as that is I'm trying to be fairly vague already. It's the internet. You don't put detailed personal info online. But it's the weirdest feeling when you KNOW your entire world could be changed for the better in ways you can't imagine in just a few months. Usually it hits you out of nowhere. But when you see something coming it's sort of a feeling of disbelief. There is a chance that nothing will happen though but just the possibility of 99% of your problems going away in an instance is a thought that you can't help but think about constantly. (Still vague I know lol. Honestly wish I could go into details as it's exciting for me. But can't)

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    I got a 95% on my first Calculus 2 exam... for me this is especially lovely since i have struggled with math. I was in remedial math my entire school-life until the end of high school. I failed those remedial math courses too!! I mean ...I just didn't get it before, but now. ah feels good...

    Also I finished Stephen King's Dark Tower The Wizard and Glass, and am now half way through The wind through the keyhole.

    Also NEW John Frusciante records coming out!!!

    @JFierce Wow... that's awesome, I know a guy who had something similar happen but with the Airforce at the end. What you say is so true, about the changing.
    Best wishes to you and your ...vague happenings hope it goes well sir.
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    It's been over 75F in London for the past week. My office block still has it's heating on - a man has to come out to switch it off. I am seriously ready to kill at the end of the day except my ankles have swollen like balloons.

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    Yeah just decided to make some stew today, so I went outside, and hey wassup, there's a fat cat on the pavement, really solid mass, really developed musculature. Sorta skinned the cat, and made the stew. Man, I got really hungry back then. But for some reason the stew tasted really bland and I can't feel the meat at all. So weird. But yeah, whatever, I'm sorta really inspired now, great lesson on cat anatomy.

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    I dissected a sofa today. I thought it was dead, but it bit one of my fingers. It is dead now.

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    That's right. I skinned it's blue leather off, gutted it and tossed the carcass into the garden to be burnt tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    It's been over 75F in London for the past week.
    Lucky British people and their good weather. Over here it's abnormal for anything to go under the 80's during the summer, with average in the low 90's.

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    Gotta be careful. Sofa's are like sharks. You might think they're dead but that's when they strike one last time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    That's right. I skinned it's blue leather off, gutted it and tossed the carcass into the garden to be burnt tomorrow.
    Heh! Did a couch dissection recently. JFierce is correct-- they conspire to bite yeh! Had numerous cuts and scratches after assaulting the couch with Oriental weapons, saws, box cutters, hammers, and etc.

    Damn thing had staples, nails or screws in nearly every 1/2 square centimeter. . .

    [Only wish I couda set the remains on fire!]

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    http://theoatmeal.com/comics/design_hell

    Over the years, I've been linked this comic quite a few times, it just sums up shit that happens so well it makes me laugh and depressed almost instantly again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    Gonna buy me a set o' nunchuks.

    Been thinkin' about it for awhile. Want to get incredibly skilled in a rather useless weapon for no apparent reason. . .
    Apparently it's fairly easy to make some from a dowel and heavy-duty wire, if you have some basic knowledge about how to work a drill and a saw.

    My husband made some. They appear to hold together. As in, I've never found half a nunchuck buried in the TV set or angry neighbours peering at me through a hole in their window.
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    I don´t have any uni fee to pay this month or the next so i can use that money and finally buy books and things i need.

    But i always feel guilty and nervous spending any kind of money on myself no matter what, it makes no sense but what my brain tells me being used to being broke and watching out every cent i spend all the time.

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