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Spy

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« Reply #680 on: 04-04-2008 04:55 »

 
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Originally posted by Otis P Jivefunk:
Nobody has older Futurama DVD's than me. I got the Futurama DVD's on the first day they ever came out, Season One in the UK came out before anywhere else (many many months before America too) and I got it on that very day it hit stores for the first time. I believe it was in late January 2002 if I remember correctly. Still looks as good as new despite heavy usage. I don't let anyone else near it though...

Haha I'm the same. Australian release dates were similiar I believe. Only problem is my season 1 is VHS and I never bothered to buy it on dvd once I finally got a dvd player. I actually owned season 2 on dvd before I bought the player.

Binder

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« Reply #681 on: 04-04-2008 13:09 »

Does anybody else hope for a return of the what-if machine? I'd love a crazy/gruesome five to ten minute intro to a Futurama movie which turns out to be a characters what-if answer.
Frisco17

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« Reply #682 on: 04-04-2008 21:55 »

I do love that thing. (AOI, greatest episode ever) I have a sneaking suspicion that it will feature in Bender's Game somehow.
NastyInThePasty

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« Reply #683 on: 04-04-2008 23:07 »

It was always a shame we never got to see Amy, Hermes and Zoidberg ask "What-if" questions.

"Uh...um...AMY."

[Amy Gasps]

"IMEANLEELA"

[Amy sighs]
SonicPanther

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« Reply #684 on: 04-05-2008 21:30 »

English friend of mine got this flyer with his copy of BBS...

Frisco17

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« Reply #685 on: 04-05-2008 21:47 »

That seems rather official to me.

Burns: "Excellent"
Officer 1BDI

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« Reply #686 on: 04-05-2008 22:08 »

Y-you mean FOX Home Entertainment has actually developed some semblance of a brain and is apparently distributing the rest of the movies outside the United States at the same pace as region 1?

Huh.  Whouda thunk it?

(Also, thanks for the flier, SP!)
NastyInThePasty

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« Reply #687 on: 04-05-2008 22:41 »

April 2009 will fall on almost exactly the 10th anniversary of the series.  smile
Anarchy_Balsac
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« Reply #688 on: 04-06-2008 02:38 »

It's good to know that the wait gap for Bender's Game and Into the Wild Green Yonder will be less than the wait on BWABB is proving to be.
SonicPanther

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« Reply #689 on: 04-06-2008 12:23 »

Hey, I just noticed - Instead of "Into the Wild Green Yonder", it's just "Wild Green Yonder"...
km73

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« Reply #690 on: 04-06-2008 12:49 »

Indeed. Perhaps that raises questions about the official-ness of it, after all.
Seymour_My_Hero

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« Reply #691 on: 04-06-2008 12:50 »

Sonic Panther: Maybe the maker of the poster was just too lazy to put "Into"
Rosa

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« Reply #692 on: 04-06-2008 12:53 »

great!
two more futurama movies for me to watch xD
Bender's Big Score was awesome
I hope the others be like that, or even better
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #693 on: 04-06-2008 18:59 »

It's nice to have confirmation of their release plan. At least now we have official word on when they're supposed to be due. Also glad England seems to release the other movies much sooner after America instead of half a year later...
Frisco17

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« Reply #694 on: 04-06-2008 21:24 »

I love not having to worry about stuff like that.

U-S-A-U-S-A!
SonicPanther

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« Reply #695 on: 04-06-2008 22:27 »

 
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Originally posted by km73:
Indeed. Perhaps that raises questions about the official-ness of it, after all.

It would have to be official, it came with the DVD.
Anarchy_Balsac
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« Reply #696 on: 04-06-2008 23:00 »

I wonder if we'll get a similar thing with BWABB confirming American release dates for the last 2 movies...........
x.Bianca.x

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« Reply #697 on: 04-07-2008 03:24 »

 
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Originally posted by SonicPanther:
English friend of mine got this flyer with his copy of BBS...



Wait-a-minute!

I live in Australia. We got BBS in march, they got it in April-therefore, they SHOULD get BBB after us.
But we get it after the americans and the americans should be getting it in june/july..

Could this be worldwide release date?

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« Reply #698 on: 04-07-2008 20:46 »

That's what it seems like.
Seymour_My_Hero

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« Reply #699 on: 04-07-2008 21:28 »

Hooray for world-wide release dates! We're all equal!
seattlejohn01

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« Reply #700 on: 04-08-2008 00:49 »

Nope, we're not all equal.  We Northern Hemisphere people have normal weather, while all those "Southern" types like the Aussies have backwards seasons...  tongue
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« Reply #701 on: 04-08-2008 08:11 »

Backwards? It's April and here in England the weather is alternating between beautiful sunshine and snow storms, I think I'd take the Aussie weather anyday... as long as we had AC machines that could cope with it like they do (We don't, 25 degrees here and we're all sweating, then the trains breakdown...) I can't help but feel I'm going off topic so I will add.

If you listen to the musicals from BBS with the subtitles on they seem better, I even got the second song stuck in my head yesterday!
SonicPanther

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« Reply #702 on: 04-08-2008 11:32 »

 
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Originally posted by seattlejohn01:
Nope, we're not all equal.  We Northern Hemisphere people have normal weather, while all those "Southern" types like the Aussies have backwards seasons...   tongue

You live in Seattle, and you're able to say that the weather we've had in the past few weeks is "normal"?
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« Reply #703 on: 04-08-2008 12:15 »
« Last Edit on: 04-08-2008 12:15 »

Washington State is a perpetual rain machine.  Washintonians celebrate with wine, women, and song when the clouds part and the sun peeks through.  People in Washintonians don't tan... they...  RUST!  I was tempted to put a slogan on a Tshirt when I was a young one of about 18 year old that said:  "People in washington don't tan, they...RUST!!!!!!!!!!" With lots of excamation marks.  Funny...

All the greenery in Washington State is vibrantly gren and lush, the air is crisp and clean most times of the year.  One can get the impression that God invited one to his little garden oasis and arbaritum salon of the whole state of Washinton.  God, " Come on in, friend; have a sit down; let's have tea.  do you feel that cool moderate breeze?  Do you enjoy the sweet smell of my garden pastures and tree orchards?  Do you enjoy my massive, ancient Redwood forest?  Are you feeling small and insignificant next to the massive Redwood tree over yonder that that Semi turck just drove through the center of as a tunnel?  You are not insignificant, my friend... you are just as important a creation as that massive Redwood over yonder.  You are a precious gem  That I am cultivating through pressres and the great forces of nNATURE.  It was nice having a "sit down with you, human,; come for tea any time you like..."  Gets up, walks off feeling the peace of nature and the Zen of planet Earth and how eVERYTHING is connected beyond one's knowing...
SonicPanther

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« Reply #704 on: 04-08-2008 12:33 »

That's great, except it doesn't rain every day in Washington and I'm tired of people saying that. The weather here is usually very mild and nice. It really only rains a lot in the winter.
bobbot

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« Reply #705 on: 04-08-2008 12:44 »

I agree. In the Vancouver area it only rains about 9 months a year.
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #706 on: 04-08-2008 12:45 »
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Dude, I grew up in Washington State.  I Always said that when I there for twenty years of my younger days.  Serious as a heat attack.

 
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Originally posted by bobbot:
I agree. In the Vancouver area it only rains about 9 months a year.

I'v been to Vancouver twice in my younger days when I lived up in Tacoma, Washington.  I was in a High School club, Young Life.  It was in an after school(extracurricular club) club that outreached to we Highschoolers... a missionary club non-denominational in Nature... maybe charismatic, evangelical outreach club that met once a week during the school year and we'd "bible Study" together and share jokes and personal stories of strife for which our fellow and mentors would sage advice for those in need or simply offer support or an arm around one's shoulder if one required it for all the trials and tribulations that teenagers go through... Young life did a bunch of fundraisers to raise all the money needed for we teenagersto go on summer retreats to a beautiful place way up in Vancouver that only could be accessed by ferry.   I'd get 'seasick' for the hours upon hours spent in the bowels of the ferry waiting to get to this pristene, magnificant, awe inspiring destination.  Kids would be filled with the wonders of nature and the immenseness of God and He created this?  Guys and gals would cry to see the vistas at tis retreat.  The Housing was immense.  Just like those Redwoods I referred to earlier.  I am recking my brain for this place's name.  i never felt closer to God than when I was there.  God, where in my file caginet of a brain is that name and locatiom?  Man, I think I still have the bright red Tshirt they gave me from that retreat.  Maybe I'll scurry off and dig through my Tshirt shelf and locate said Tshirt.  Hmmm... i just hate that when I can ferret out memories on command... Dand!... Bless it anyway... Scurries off To dive in congomeration of sait Tsirt pile... I won't be back for AWHILE... The pile is as of a Redwood tree itself!... Comes up for air before diving deep into Tshirt pile...
SonicPanther

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« Reply #707 on: 04-08-2008 13:02 »
« Last Edit on: 04-08-2008 13:02 »

 
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Originally posted by bobbot:
I agree. In the Vancouver area it only rains about 9 months a year.

I wish my desk had a little drumset, so every time I read something like that I can do a little drumroll.

And Hypnobrecky - that paragraph you edited into your post is one of the most confusing things I have ever read.
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #708 on: 04-08-2008 13:19 »

Pokes head out of Tsirt pile... WHICH paragragh?  Pray teel?...  Dives back into said Tsirt pile,,, grabs one last gasp for of air to sustain me at the bottom of the collection.... feet turn up for an exellently executed dive....
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #709 on: 04-08-2008 14:36 »

Since Beast with a Billion Backs in on the horizon, will there be a trailer for it? 
upside_ur_head

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« Reply #710 on: 04-08-2008 14:39 »
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Just like to add that the UK edition of BBS has the pencil trailer for Beast With A Billion Backs on the one disc version of the DVD (unlike the US version which required the special 2 disc version). See at least Fox loves us Brits (unlike Nintendo damn how long do we have to wait for Smash Bros Brawl).
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« Reply #711 on: 04-08-2008 19:38 »
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On Topic: Since all the American releases are going to be "carbon neutral", anyone know where to buy empty DVD cases? Cus we're gonna be needing them.

Off Topic: Washington is no where near as bad on the rain as Louisiana. Oh sure we get more shine than rain, but when it rains, it rains hard and lasts all day, if not all week. It doesn't slow down when winter goes away either.

Also SSBB isn't all that good. Nintendo still fucked up and put a lot of NPCs in. It's real annoying having a "fighter" with characters you can't ever play as without a game enhancer.
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« Reply #712 on: 04-08-2008 21:18 »

 
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Originally posted by upside_ur_head:
See at least Fox loves us Brits (unlike Nintendo damn how long do we have to wait for Smash Bros Brawl).

The Japanese like us more than you Brits? Now that's just weird. <makes exploding motion with hands>
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #713 on: 04-08-2008 21:56 »

IT is because the wonderful people of Japan have fallen prey to a decades long case of "Stockholm Syndrome," 17!  You know it's true...  flirt
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« Reply #714 on: 04-08-2008 23:33 »

 
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Originally posted by SonicPanther:
 You live in Seattle, and you're able to say that the weather we've had in the past few weeks is "normal"?
  Hail?  So what.  Snow?  Pffft.  Rain?  Big deal.  Windstorms?  I laugh at you.

At least we don't have skiing in summer & heat waves in winter like those totally confused Aussies...
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« Reply #715 on: 04-09-2008 02:17 »

 
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Originally posted by seattlejohn01:
Nope, we're not all equal.  We Northern Hemisphere people have normal weather, while all those "Southern" types like the Aussies have backwards seasons...   tongue

Backwards seasons? I rekon better seasons! we get our summer holidays over christmas and new year and by the time its easter, our chocolate doesnt melt! hoorah! I got a futurama cup with a big easter egg for easter on the subject.
x.Bianca.x

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« Reply #716 on: 04-09-2008 02:31 »

 
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Originally posted by seattlejohn01:
 
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Originally posted by SonicPanther:
 You live in Seattle, and you're able to say that the weather we've had in the past few weeks is "normal"?
  Hail?  So what.  Snow?  Pffft.  Rain?  Big deal.  Windstorms?  I laugh at you.

At least we don't have skiing in summer & heat waves in winter like those totally confused Aussies...

What are you on??? its hot in summer and cold in winter, windy in autumn and a mix of all in spring!

And to all of those 'confused' americans:
You cannot ride in a kangaroos pouch
People dont go around saying g'day instead of hi
The highest temperatures down here in Victoria in summer are around 35c

So to you 'confused' americans *cough* seattlejohn *cough* that think america is so great with its freezing winters and whatnot, if you ever come to australia, particuarly the gold coast which is basicaly summer all year and theres water parks and sweet theme parks, you will see that australia is better than you think. 
 


seattlejohn01

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« Reply #717 on: 04-09-2008 21:48 »
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Originally posted by x.Bianca.x:Backwards seasons?...we get our summer holidays over christmas and new year...
Thank you for proving my point.  Christmas is a time for cold weather, snow & people dressing in warm clothing, not beach weather.  Anyone who says different needs to have a CAT scan.  Summer holidays during Christmas?  Heresy; Heresy I say!
 
 
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Originally posted by x.Bianca.x:The highest temperatures down here in Victoria in summer are around 35c.
This is a perfect example of what I mean.  Eveyone on Planet Earth knows civilized people talk in Fahrenheit degrees, not Centigrade (this includes confused Americans who have been corrupted by "the conspiracy to turn the US into another European country" - Dale Gribble from King of the Hill).  What, are you Aussies hanging out with the French or something?  Geez...      big grin
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« Reply #718 on: 04-09-2008 21:52 »

Dear God no! Fahrenheit is unnecisarily complicated, just like all of our crazy systems of measurement. I am probably one of the ten or so Americans who thinks metric is better.
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« Reply #719 on: 04-10-2008 03:16 »
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america is one of the LAST countries that still uses fahrenheit if anything, use in USA are messed up, or just stubborn to change with the rest of earth.

AND U CAN GO 2 HELL ABOUT THAT FRENCH REMARK!
U CAN GO TO FRANCE!

Also, Australia is not part of Eurupe, its oceana or whateva, and i think its cool having summer during christmas, even though i hate the beach, im the only one here that does, i love summer and i like getting to use my new stuff from christmas over a month or so of summer holidays, instead of a few days off, then bak 2 skool.

And it easier with school, new year, new grade, instead of starting in september or whenver you start.
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