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FBM, I think you got it wrong, you only read the first part of the sentence.

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FBM, lying about your nationality wouldn't make you any less horribly repulsive to women.
Basically, from what I gather, this means that you'll be puked on by women, even if you said you were from somewhere else but England.

Bad English, yes, I know. Spit on me.

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I put on my robe and wizard hat.

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..hrrr.. say no more, dear, I'm coming!

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The Great Mister

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OK, I may have been unnecessarily harsh. I revise my previous statement, changing "women" for "any but the most horrifically brainless harridans"

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Happy birthday

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Attached, Thuryl? Not really, no.

And the comparison I've gotten most often (and like the most) is to David Boreanaz.

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Rosy, thanks for the lovely (if vaguely sinister) drawing.

Kelandon, you're more, uh, sensitive-looking than Boreanaz. You remind me more of, say, George Clooney, which still isn't a bad thing. :P
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Well I never... people being excessively sarcastic towards me? Well... yes I know - Your Mother Was A Hamster And Your Father Smells Of Elderberry.

And I've still got the last laugh, this is a very amusing concept: I can pull atractive non-blind women and y'all have a completely mis-interpreted view. Fun. :) :)

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As you get older, people will become less amused and more repelled by nuclear-grade stupidity. Why don't you enjoy it while it lasts, instead of pestering us?

-E-

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quote:
Originally written by Imban of the Hrududil:

As you get older, people will become less amused and more repelled by nuclear-grade stupidity. Why don't you enjoy it while it lasts, instead of pestering us?

-E-

I'd 'oh snap' at you now, if this were Desperance and if I were Scorpius.

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Stupidity insults me. You are excessively annoyed today.

Everything I say makes sense if you know the context or train of thought. Not stupid sense, real sense.

I would explain further the context but you would either become dis-interested too easily or would not understand it in entirerity. Literally bleh, feh, meh.

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Sense and stupidity are not mutually exclusive, but I'll leave it at that.

—Alorael, who cannot, of course, leave it at that. When people bring up nuclear-grade stupidity, beware of explosions.
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t fbm stfu

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you need to go all the way:

t fbm STFU NOOBELF!!!!!!1!111diefool

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I really do not approve of the direction in which this topic is headed.
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oh yea, i went too heavy there... sorry :(

EDIT: i also can't spell.

[ Friday, July 02, 2004 16:54: Message edited by: Wise Imbaman ]

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No, he meant that it was originally supposed to be somewhere where he and others could stroke himself.

A purpose of which I approve, moreso than mocking an idiot (or, in FBM's case, being one).

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Ahem, uhhh, how about Spiderman 2? I really liked that movie, just saw it. It's the first movie I've seen in a theatre since Matrix 3, so I guess anything looks good after that atrocity. But I still think Spiderman 2 is one of the better movies I've seen.

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VWM, too much b.net forums for you.

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quote:
Originally written by FatBatMonkey:

I can pull atractive non-blind women
I will become a creationist.

Has anybody seen I, Robot? The trailer looked awesome, but that doesn't necessarily preclude the actual film being a travesty.

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You've seen the wrong trailer, clearly. I've watched them all, and the best we can hope for is good action scenes. This is going to be another of those films where the special features DVD has the actors saying things like 'well, I didn't actually bother reading the books'...

The basic premise of the film appears to be that USR has designed a robot that is actually a combat robot (they know how to use guns, they can jump a good 15 meters, they can climb sheer walls, and they have glowing red torsos when they attack things) but are marketing it as a household appliance for no good reason, and the robots decide to break free of their unbreakable programmed behavioural limitations and start randomly killing people. Insert an Elijah Bailey clone 1000-odd years too early in the plotline and have Will Smith act him, and the only word left to describe what you've got is travesty.

Yes, I will be seeing this film at the earliest possible opportunity, just to justify my deep and abiding hartred of it. And for no other reasom.

-E-

EDIT: This guy appears to think something similar.

-e-

[ Saturday, July 03, 2004 04:44: Message edited by: Imban of the Hrududil ]

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I do agree with BtI, the theatre preview made it look like a relatively good movie.

I'd like to read the book before watching the movie though. Have any of you read it? I picked up some of Asimov's short stories, and I didn't particularly like his style, so I haven't read anything by him for quite a while.

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I read I, Robot. It wasn't a great book, but I have read much, much worse. I haven't actually seen any trailers for the film, but knowing Hollywood, what plot there was has probably been ruined. It wasn't an action book.

The only thing worse would be trying to make some of the Larry Nivens into film.

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I was actually surprised when I saw the title of the movie, since I didn't relate it to Asimov's stories at all, but heck, it sounds like it'll be a good action movie anyway.
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I still think thuryl is more exciting than robots.

Well…except for c3po… :P .

EDIT: Hrududil…now where have I seen that word? Oh yes, that's an excellent trilogy.

[ Saturday, July 03, 2004 10:24: Message edited by: Desert Ploo ]

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