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Callipygous
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Icon 1 posted September 02, 2004 15:02      Profile for Callipygous     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
So listen up Hollywood!

Hire this guy! He's hot!

PS My seven year old son found this link.

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he be is old of the much to for spiderman to play you say!?

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Callipygous
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Icon 1 posted September 03, 2004 14:28      Profile for Callipygous     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Hail oh geek of bygone times!

You imagine me as Yoda?

Hmmmmmm....

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Callipygous
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Icon 1 posted September 03, 2004 14:30      Profile for Callipygous     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Unfortunately you cannot edit the title of the thread you have mistyped

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The Famous Druid

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quote:
Originally posted by Callipygous:
Unfortunately you cannot edit the title of the thread you have mistyped

Yes you can, just edit the first item in the thread, you'll see a "Subject:" field.

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snupy
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OOh-do it, Cal, do it! I don't wanna start a thread just to see if you can [Roll Eyes]

I always thought you couldn't, either. [Confused]

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<sound effects>
tappity-tap-tap
tap-tappity-tap-tap
</sound effects>

<visual effects>
TFD sitting in front of iMac LCD screen, which is somehow mysteriously projecting green lettering onto his face
</visual effects>

I'll just hack into the Pentagon computer network (tappity-tap-tap) and now I'll decrypt this Top-Secret file that's got 4096-bit military-grade-encryption (tappity-tap-tap) and now I'll route the results via the Russian nuclear weapons control satellite (tap-tap-clickity-clack) and store them in my hidden directory on the Israeli Secret Service network <click-clack-tippity-tap> and ......

Ok, done.
Have a look at this thread .

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
<sound effects>
tappity-tap-tap
tap-tappity-tap-tap
</sound effects>

<visual effects>
TFD sitting in front of iMac LCD screen, which is somehow mysteriously projecting green lettering onto his face
</visual effects>

I'll just hack into the Pentagon computer network (tappity-tap-tap) and now I'll decrypt this Top-Secret file that's got 4096-bit military-grade-encryption (tappity-tap-tap) and now I'll route the results via the Russian nuclear weapons control satellite (tap-tap-clickity-clack) and store them in my hidden directory on the Israeli Secret Service network <click-clack-tippity-tap> and ......

Ok, done.
Have a look at this thread .

I'm guessing Mrs. Druid would object to Helga being around, though, right? [evil] You'll probably do a much better job getting all of the above done, anyhow [Wink] .

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quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
OOh-do it, Cal, do it! I don't wanna start a thread just to see if you can [Roll Eyes]

I always thought you couldn't, either. [Confused]

TFD is right, I've done it before. Most of the time I don't bother so I don't confuse anyone.

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Callipygous
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Nag... nag.... nag.... (Clint Eastwood in "The Gauntlet")

Alright girls I've done it. (Tip for newbies- You disobey the mighty Snupestress at your peril!)

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Cool. You mean I can still wield my powers when I'm barely here anymore?? [Happytears] Thanks, Cal.


Sorry about that, btw, for anyone who cares. Recent events have forced me to alter my perceptions about a few of the "friendships" I had made here, and it's just too damned depressing at the moment.

I do check in occasionally, though, and I am glad for all the experiences I have had because of this place. It has gotten me through some rough times, and for the genuine people here: thank you. [Smile]


EDIT: I do not nag. [Wink]

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[Confused]

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And a double [Confused] from me.
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Callipygous
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Snupes you are much too much of a lady and all-round sweetheart to wash dirty linen in public, so I won't ask what the hell you are talking about. However you are one of the wonderful girls along with the likes of Peebs, Xanthine, Skylar and others who make this an interesting place to hang out. You all consistently make more thoughtful and honest posts and I would not like you to think that you are not very much appreciated. As Peebs said in another thread, she too does not post so often now, I think that is probably because your real lives are more involving now, which is a good thing. But you don't have to post often to make a big impression. Quality matters, quantity does not.

And you are a star.

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Icon 1 posted September 05, 2004 19:07      Profile for snupy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
A sincere thank you, Cal. [Happytears]

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Cap'n Vic

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What did we do G? [Frown]

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
<sound effects>
tappity-tap-tap
tap-tappity-tap-tap
</sound effects>

<visual effects>
TFD sitting in front of iMac LCD screen, which is somehow mysteriously projecting green lettering onto his face
</visual effects>

I'll just hack into the Pentagon computer network (tappity-tap-tap) and now I'll decrypt this Top-Secret file that's got 4096-bit military-grade-encryption (tappity-tap-tap) and now I'll route the results via the Russian nuclear weapons control satellite (tap-tap-clickity-clack) and store them in my hidden directory on the Israeli Secret Service network <click-clack-tippity-tap> and ......

Ok, done.
Have a look at this thread .

Why do I now envision TFD twirling his pen round his fingertips and yelling "I am invincible!"

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
What did we do G? [Frown]

Huh???? Nothing!

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quote:
Originally posted by csk:
Why do I now envision TFD twirling his pen round his fingertips and yelling "I am invincible!"

I need to do that at work sometime.

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I find it amusing that someone from australia picked up on that GWB guote.

I have it in my AIM info.

Sorry for the randomness of this, but i just had to say something.

It's nice to know that bush haters are global!!

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<Cap'n Vic>
we may hate george w bush, but we dont all hate bush
</Cap'n Vic>

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quote:
Originally posted by geeksneedlovin2:
I find it amusing that someone from australia picked up on that GWB guote.
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It's nice to know that bush haters are global!!

Well, when your Prime Minister spends so much time sucking up to GWB, it's bound to happen. When our now Opposition Leader Mark Latham referred to John Howard as an "arselicker" in regards to his relationship to GWB, most people objected to his choice of words rather than the concept.

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quote:
Originally posted by csk:
Well, when your Prime Minister spends so much time sucking up to GWB, it's bound to happen. When our now Opposition Leader Mark Latham referred to John Howard as an "arselicker" in regards to his relationship to GWB, most people objected to his choice of words rather than the concept.

A while back, just after GWB declared 'Mission Accomplished' our PM went to the USA and had a BBQ lunch at the Bush ranch in Texas.

One of our local papers ran a cartoon of 2 people talking

Person 1: "I wonder where the Butcher of Baghdad is now?"
Person2: "Having lunch with the suck-hole of Sydney"

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Our politicans just call the US admininstration and president assholes, morons and bastards. [thumbsup]

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