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General / Re: Christ! I'm worse than I thoug...
« on: 13 February, 2003, 08:50:37 PM »
"But hooers cost a fortune! ...apparently..."
I know where that line is from, jared ye scutterin' gobsheen.

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General / Christ! I'm worse than I thought
« on: 10 February, 2003, 10:25:46 PM »
I'm in an internet cafe (in a suburb I don't live in) that I've only been in once before for about 20 minutes, which was before Christmas sometime. Now, I was just about to sign in to this website and I realised that I am signed in already. Just how many computers around this city, i wonder, bear the bastard cookies of Jayzus B. Christ?
Why, anyone could be signing in as me! THIS might not even be me, for all you people know! What an absolutely apocalyptic revelation, eh, readers?

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General / Test
« on: 09 February, 2003, 09:02:23 PM »
Scuse I. My computer hasn't been allowing me to click on 'seperate windows' links, therefore I haven't been able to post messages. If it works this time, has anyone any idea why the computer does this sometimes?

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General / Test
« on: 09 February, 2003, 09:02:23 PM »
Scuse I. My computer hasn't been allowing me to click on 'seperate windows' links, therefore I haven't been able to post messages. If it works this time, has anyone any idea why the computer does this sometimes?

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Off Topic / Re: Embarrassing tales to waste yo...
« on: 07 February, 2003, 08:10:44 PM »
I was once at a student party drinking Royal Dutch (a very low-quality beer, not sure if you can get it in Britain) and chatting to a girl beside me who I didn't know particularly well. I started drunkenly ripping the piss out of the illustration on my can, which was of a man carrying a keg, and was the worst drawing on a product I have ever seen. It then turned out that the girl's father designed it. Cheers, God.

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General / Re: I've just eaten a whole bag of...
« on: 08 February, 2003, 02:05:28 AM »
"Fizzy cola bottles"

'My mouth is literally watering!'

i used to eat shitloads of them at school, and my mouth used to be literally bleeding.
The chemical synthi-berry sweets Black and Razz also drew blood on many occasions. But I could handle it.

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General / Re: This weeks Dredd v. Aliens.......
« on: 09 February, 2003, 09:06:53 PM »
'Let's not forget this is the same Dredd who once yelled, "Drokk! Mean Machine Angel on a divebutt!" as Mean plummeted head-first towards him.'
What about the time the first Giant was trying to dispose of a bomb on a five second fuse, and gave a detailed spoken account of each second that ticked away and how urgent the situation was becoming.
If he only kept this up, he might have survived the Block Mania crisis:
'Orlok's bullet - coming towards me! Only got a fraction of a second to react - gotta dive out of the way!'

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General / Re: This weeks Dredd v. Aliens.......
« on: 07 February, 2003, 08:17:43 PM »
My only real fear is that old Joe's going to get himself killed these days, stopping in fights with incredibly fast-moving aliens to shout things like "Thing moves like lightning!", "That's cleared its sinuses... gotta move in for the kill!" and "Bad idea... Zoom comin'!"

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General / Re: Clint Langley on Slaine..........
« on: 08 February, 2003, 02:12:13 AM »
'I loathed that line, it was like a "let's explain this for the dumb audience" moment from a film. '

I didn't mind that line at all, but it was the bits before that were a bit dodgy, like 'We'll meet in a bar and do it all again, eh, Sl?ine?', and 'You'll escape, won't you? You always do..'.
It reminded me of the bit on Hotshots were the ridiculously doomed fighter pilot is about to take off, and his pregnant wife is agreeing marry him, and he going to expose who shot JFK when he gets back from his mission.

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General / Re: Huzzah! For good TV
« on: 08 February, 2003, 04:08:53 AM »
'Nazis, porn and the occult. I can't think of any other program content a TV channel needs.'

Well, it works for 2000ad, anyway...

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General / Re: The hobbit would make a great ...
« on: 08 February, 2003, 04:14:57 AM »
'I thought there was an animated version of the hobbit already ?'
There was an experimental animated LOTR, bit ropey. I thought Peter Jackson's one was very close to the book; compared to most movie adaptations.
I also heard the rumours about Brain Dead 2: Ace, mates!

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Off Topic / Re: farewell, I might be gone some...
« on: 08 February, 2003, 04:03:07 AM »
Nice one, Bou. Keep up the civil defence - it's a dirty job, but someone's gotta do it.

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General / Battlefield Bulger, indeed
« on: 30 January, 2003, 06:23:54 PM »
Now, I know not many agree, but I liked Big Dave, me. Like I said before, it was doing the South Park sick humour thing before South Park did it itself, and before Preacher too.
That said, I can't help but feel glad that 'Battlefield Bulger' (mentioned in T.P.O.) never made it to print.  Jesus wept, now that would have been sick. I genuinely think a public outcry of Brass Eye-sized proportions would have occurred. Definitely, a lot more of the 'moral majority' would be disapprovingly aware of 2000ad, and the tabloids would have gone to town on it for weeks.  A Dublin magazine, for instance, printed a skit cartoon last year featuring the two killers from case in question, and was absolutely savaged by the press.  And that was about ten (?) years after the murder happened,and in a different country.

For everyone concerned, I think Alan McKenzie made the right decision.

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General / The shite death of Balor
« on: 26 January, 2003, 04:15:42 AM »
Sorry if this has been covered here already, but was anyone else deeply disappointed with Balor's death?
Even though he looked completely different in every story, he was a bloody good character (his episode with ragall in the fomorian vomiting pit was bleeding class), and then his death scene ends up being completely identical to that of Quagslime, the tax collector, except a bit harder to make out.  Quagslime's death was extremely powerful and exciting; the first sign of the Red Branch's revolt. Balor's was shite. Does Pat Mills think we'll forget the first time he tried it? Does he not know stories are reprinted? Well he may try and stop Sl?ine fan fiction. I know what he's up to.

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General / Re: who doesn't love mecha-bou ?.....
« on: 26 January, 2003, 03:44:02 AM »
Being ex-art college myself, I feel I am on Mecha-Bou's wavelength, maaan. Although in my case, it's my hair that's spikey and my boots that are swishy.

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