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    Quote Originally Posted by newman View Post
    Good Lord. How did someone that bad end up in a position to teach others?
    Feels like you answered your own question there. Heh heh.

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    The bad teachers thing. I've seen that a lot. I've met people who had paintings lying around their house, and I'm with family. They then tell me "Oh I have a masters degree and teach at this university".

    While I sit there and hold it in as hard as I can from laughing. I know there are those teachers that are amazing at teaching but their work sucks. But when you have a masters degree and are teaching at a fairly prestigious university but your work looks like that of a 5 year old..... seriously?

    I wish I remembered the guys name and his website.





    Then the irony is I've met some amazing artists, that actually were inspiring looking at their work, and they taught at a community college.

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    The Tea Party Enemy List
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    Really funny guy on a Korean dance show. This cheers me up every time xD!
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    90's reboot costumes are the biggest mess of nonsense.



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    Oh the silver spoon kids.... complaining about unloading dishwashers.....
    Not even washing dishes by hand but bitching.....



    Though as entertaining the shooting the laptop is...... that's the epitome of first world discipline..... "Oh hey lets destroy a laptop worth maybe a thousand or so dollars just to teach a kid a lesson". I would have sold the thing personally.....

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    winner, inking, driving, dedication!



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    *Looks at page he's inking*
    .... ..... .... ... Yep...... that's Liefeld alright.

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    Explains a lot about his line quality.

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    kids.. don't ink and drive.

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    I support what he is doing, i just hope for a more busy street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatejaPetkovic View Post
    winner, inking, driving, dedication!



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    Quote Originally Posted by JFierce View Post
    Though as entertaining the shooting the laptop is...... that's the epitome of first world discipline..... "Oh hey lets destroy a laptop worth maybe a thousand or so dollars just to teach a kid a lesson". I would have sold the thing personally.....
    I would shoot both the parents and the kid.

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    This vicious, cyclic attitude in the comics industry about "dedication" is getting ridiculous. Someone please do a head-on collision with Rob Liefeld. You don't have to stay in the car, just jump off of it right before colliding.

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    How about a dose of cute :3
    Warning manliness may be lost!




    lol


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    Behold, the world's largest rabbit at 46 pounds.



    Ralph comes from a huge family - both his mother and father previously held the world records for largest rabbit in length and weight. And though he's already the biggest bunny in the world, Ralph is still growing! No one knows how immense this ball off fluff will get, but however big he ends up being, he's sure to still be 100% adorable.
    Yeah, breeding giant rabbits, that'll end well.



    Yes, this is movie really exists. Also, DeForest Kelley's in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychotime View Post
    Behold, the world's largest rabbit at 46 pounds.



    Yeah, breeding giant rabbits, that'll end well.
    You've uncovered my plans for retirement. I plan to crossbreed them with these:

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    until I get giant riding tribbles.

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    If I saw that lump of insulation move I'd freak the hell out. Reminds me of the dog breed that looks like a black mop when it lies still.

    I bet it must be a real pain keeping it's fur clean and straight, huh? I know dogs with that kind of fur require alot of maintenance. Probably counts for whatever that thing is, too. I mean, you CLAIM it's a rabbit...

    How does it see or hear anything? Haha.

    EDIT: Oh, so that's what a riding tribble is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychotime View Post
    If I saw that lump of insulation move I'd freak the hell out. Reminds me of the dog breed that looks like a black mop when it lies still.
    Well, how about a living wig?



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