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Lucy

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« on: 03-05-2012 07:54 »

Could anyone please identify the room with the big screen in which Hermes shows the crew the CCTV footage of Bender sleep-bending and the room that he sleep bends in, in the video. Whilst Farnsworth is asleep in the chair, that room.
Is it Farnsworths office? There's no desk in that room.
Any ideas? smile
UnrealLegend

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« Reply #1 on: 03-05-2012 10:04 »

The building is quite large, so it may possibly be a room we've never seen before. Or, it could very well be the Professor's office. We don't really know for sure, and I doubt we ever will.
Lucy

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« Reply #2 on: 03-05-2012 19:32 »

Ah shame. frown I wanted to make Planet Express on The Sims 3. It's quite difficult cuz a lot of the room sizes don't match up and they are difficult to work out where they are in relation to other rooms in the building. I have found blueprints on the internet and here on PEEL but because the show is a little inconsistant with the room placements for the sake of jokes, I have to improvise a lot of it. Maybe I should give up on that and just buy Assassin's Creed: Revelations? I've wanted it for ages... smile
Boxy Robot

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« Reply #3 on: 03-05-2012 19:40 »

Triple...  roll eyes  tongue
Lucy

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« Reply #4 on: 03-05-2012 21:09 »

Ha ha, well yeh. :S Does it count if it says something different though? smile
I don't have a computer, just my phone and it's slow sometimes, hence the double/ triple post.
Tofu_Lion

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« Reply #5 on: 03-05-2012 21:29 »
« Last Edit on: 03-05-2012 21:35 »

I use a phone too so I hear ya on that. We just like to keep everything very clean around here. Enjoy your stay. smile

Edit: Almost forgot, I was gonna suggest the room to be the Professor's office or library, but I don't remember if there were any bookshelves around so maybe it's a breakroom.
Lucy

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« Reply #6 on: 03-05-2012 22:07 »

Yeh sorry for making a mess, I like to be internet clean too. smile I don't think it's his office cuz there's no desk. It may be a sort of library because there is a bookshelf behind him on the left. But there's also a bookshelf in Zoidberg's office so I don't know about it being a library. And it isn't his bedroom because we see that in The Lesser Of Two Evils when he's showing the crew the atom tiara.
It may be a breakroom. What exactly is that, a mini-lounge? smile I've not heard that term before.
Tofu_Lion

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« Reply #7 on: 03-05-2012 22:36 »

Yeah, like a lounge. A place for crew to hang out on their lunch breaks. Like the kitchen but more quiet and relaxing.
Lucy

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« Reply #8 on: 03-05-2012 23:22 »

There's the employee lounge for that... It's unusual to have more than one living room/ lounge in England, unless you're quite rich and have a massive house.
Is it a common occurrence in the States? I know that even average houses other there are much bigger than here. Oh, and that you tend to have a lot more bathrooms than us. There tends to be one bathroom per house here. And maybe a small downstairs toilet and sink room sometimes in some houses. Is that right? smile
Tofu_Lion

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« Reply #9 on: 03-05-2012 23:32 »
« Last Edit on: 03-05-2012 23:43 »

Yeah but like I said this could be a more peaceful alternative to the lounge we're used to seeing. You know, get away from the drunk robot and the rest of the loons and read yourself a book. But I'm just spitballin' here.

Oh, to answer your question, most of my jobs have only had one breakroom (some had zero). I can only think of two that had more than one breakroom (they each had two): Walmart and then some lumber job I had years ago. Regarding houses, I don't think it's typical to have multiple living rooms over here. But the PE building is a workplace/lab/home/office, and there's somehow more space inside than there should be, like the PE ship.
UnrealLegend

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« Reply #10 on: 03-05-2012 23:36 »

Ah shame. frown I wanted to make Planet Express on The Sims 3.
Sorry, but I beat you to it! tongue
Lucy

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« Reply #11 on: 03-06-2012 01:57 »

Thanks for explaining TofuLion. I always thought of Planet Express as a house as well as a workplace cuz the Prof. and Cubert live there. So I guess it's more a workplace thing. smile
And to UnrealLegend: You bastard! [Slaps you in the face!] XD It looks like you've got the PC version, I'm on a PS3. Did you do Bender just as the human Bender from Anthology Of Interest II? (I can't see on my tiny phone screen.) I did that too. Do you have any blueprints or whatever that I could use? If you wouldn't mind... big grin
UnrealLegend

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« Reply #12 on: 03-06-2012 03:55 »

I attempted to make Bender as a robot. It really didn't turn out very well, but I don't particularly care since the main goal was to make the building rather than the crew.

I didn't really follow any blueprints either, sorry. Due to my unhealthy obsession with the show, the buildings layout is pretty much permanently embedded in my head.
Lucy

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« Reply #13 on: 03-06-2012 06:34 »

I meant if you could make some blueprints of your own? Hence the 'if you wouldn't mind'. smile
Incidentally, which personality traits did you give them?
Here's mine:
Fry: Good. Childish. Brave. Charismatic. Couch Potato.
Leela: Unflirty. Loner. Brave. Ambitious. Athletic.
Bender: Flirty. Artistic. Couch Potato. Klepto. Party Animal.
Prof: Absent-Minded. Frugal. Handy. Ambitious. Genius.
Amy: Flirty. Clumsy. Handy. Party Animal. Genius.
I'm gonna have to continue this in another post cuz my phone limits ...
Lucy

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« Reply #14 on: 03-06-2012 06:43 »

... Limits my internet posts to 512 characters for some raisin. Presumably just to annoy me and anyone I communicate with. I don't see any other reason for it.
Anyway:
Zoiberg: Easily Impressed. Good. Loser. Angler. Slob.
Scruffy: Neat. Loner. Friendly. Couch Potato. Bookworm.
Kif: Loner. Artistic. Friendly. Over-Emotional. Hopeless Romantic.
Lars: Good. Good Sense Of Humour. Brave. Charismatic. Hopeless Romantic.
Zapp: Snob. Flirty. Schmoozer. Ambitious. Daredevil.

I'm not happy with some of those ...
Lucy

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« Reply #15 on: 03-06-2012 06:46 »

... Choices though and so I'm happy for any suggestions for improvements. smile (Sorry for the long messages and triple posting.) :S
UnrealLegend

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« Reply #16 on: 03-06-2012 06:53 »

There is an button by the way. Use that rather than triple posting.
TheMadCapper

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« Reply #17 on: 03-06-2012 07:43 »

There is an button by the way. Use that rather than triple posting.

This is correct. Pay attention to what it says.
Beanoz4

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« Reply #18 on: 03-06-2012 09:12 »

There is an button by the way. Use that rather than triple posting.

This is correct. Pay attention to what it says.
She might not have the money to pay attention.
Lucy

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« Reply #19 on: 03-06-2012 10:46 »

I do have the money to pay attention but I lack the means to write long messages in one part. And if you'd have paid attention you'd have read that my phone limits my online posts. frown Clicking on 'edit' makes no difference. It just brings up the post with the same character limit. I'll try to keep my messages short from now on. :S
Anyway, those questions? /\ smile
totalnerd undercanada

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« Reply #20 on: 03-06-2012 19:55 »

Use a PC. Clearly, a phone is just not the right medium for you.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #21 on: 03-06-2012 20:03 »

What about a Mac? Ok, I won't go there... I think we are a dying breed, TNUK. It seems that everyone these days is PEELing from their phones, or at least that's a very common excuse...
Lucy

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« Reply #22 on: 03-07-2012 02:19 »

Excuse? For limited text space? What do you mean?
I'm not so stupid that I can't write a message in one post. I just lack the means to do so if it's a long one. I wish I could but my cell-phone-telephone is inferior to most others. I don't have, nor can afford a PC or a Mac. (My choice would be a Mac.) I already said I'm sorry for making a mess and that I won't do it again. frown Please try to be patient. frown
Scrappylive

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« Reply #23 on: 03-07-2012 03:48 »

Nobody called you stupid. PEELers are just very picky about following the Manual, as I'm sure you've noticed. wink
Lucy

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« Reply #24 on: 03-07-2012 05:46 »
« Last Edit on: 03-07-2012 05:48 »

Uh oh, the manual? Why have I not previously seen or heard of this? :S I guess it says something about one post at a time? :/ I just didn't know what he meant by 'excuse', is using a phone somehow an excuse people use for ignoring the terms of use or something? :/
Could you please link it to me? I don't want to get on anyone's nerves. I throw up my hands and plead ignorance! Rather than insubordination.
Scrappylive

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« Reply #25 on: 03-07-2012 06:06 »

The Manual is a section on the PEEL Wiki that explains the rules of the forum as well as how things in general work.

I think that he meant "excuse" in more general terms - not to be insulting. In that sense, posting from your phone is your excuse as in it is the reason why you broke the rule against double posting. This does not necessarily mean that you were doing it for the purposes of breaking the rules, annoying people, etc., but it's just what happened. I hope that made sense.

Just avoid double posts and avoid pointless posts (not saying you have done that), and you will be embraced in the forum. Don't be put off by some PEELer's harsh personalities or comments. Personally, I think people could be a little more relaxed around here, but that is just my opinion and I realize that when I join a community, it is only reasonable for me to assimilate to the community, not the other way around.
Lucy

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« Reply #26 on: 03-07-2012 06:55 »

Yeh that made sense. Thanks for the link. I genuinely didn't know that was a no no here.
I know what you mean about the social convention. The whole fitting in thing works around doing what others want you to, not what you want to. I think society in general would be better for everyone if it was based on mutual acceptance not 'exceptance'. (Get it?) Alas a minority of people think that, so I must follow the consensus in order to survive. [Sigh.]
Sorry, got all deep there. Not sure where that came from. O.O
Scrappylive

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« Reply #27 on: 03-07-2012 07:03 »

Sorry, got all deep there. Not sure where that came from. O.O

Probably one of the rooms in the PE building we haven't seen yet. Or Scruffy's quarters.

Lucy

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« Reply #28 on: 03-07-2012 10:11 »

Ha ha! Yeh maybe. big grin What does the picture say under the 'Yep'? I can't see it on my tiny phone screen. >.<
By the way, I just spent about two hours reading the wikiPEELia pages. smile Including yours, I didn't think you'd only been here for a few weeks, you seem to have settled in well. I hope to follow.
Also, aside from dogs and sports we have a few common interests. smile I guess the cycling up the mountain wasn't in the mythical 'real life' but in GTA: San Andreas? I've done that too, what a ball ache it was!
Scrappylive

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« Reply #29 on: 03-07-2012 10:41 »

The small text says "Just watching the boiler." I didn't bother to read it myself; I just used the thumbnail provided by Google images.

I suppose I did settle in rather well. It still feels like Offtopic Discussion is like the Wild West to me. I'm much more comfortable in General Disscussion, Re-Check/Weird Scenes, and Human Resource Department.

The bike ride was actually quite legitimate (in real life). From the middle of Corvallis, OR (elevation 235 ft) to the top of Marys Peak (elevation 4097 ft, the highest peak in the Oregon Coast Range). So the trip was 43 miles long, 3862 ft high, and about 8 hours long (another two hours to ride back). I wanted to travel light so I only brought a change of clothes, four Gatorades, and my iPod - no friends, no phone, no food. (Now that I've bothered to do those calculations, I think I'll add them to my wiki page.) Of course, I've done it in San Andreas as well. wink
Lucy

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« Reply #30 on: 03-07-2012 10:54 »

O.O You mental bastard! [Slaps face.] That's amazing! big grin But why would anyone put themselves through such discomfort? It sounds like a punishment to my lazy arse! XD It was tiring and tedious enough on San Andreas, let alone doing it in real life! Was it for charity or something? Cuz that's the only reason I can think of to want to do something like that but then, I am extremely unsporty. smile
Scrappylive

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« Reply #31 on: 03-07-2012 11:08 »
« Last Edit on: 03-07-2012 11:18 »

No, I just did it for myself. smile I did it on the last day possible before leaving for summer, and it rains September-June here, so if I didn't do it then, I'd have to wait an entire year to do it.

I was telling one person about this a while ago and his response was "Sounds boring," similar to you calling it tedious. I didn't think it was boring or tedious in the least. It was a great opportunity to be out in nature (which I love) by myself (which I love) and with music (which I love). I'm thinking of doing it again this coming summer.

I'll probably plan ahead better if/when I do it again. I slept in too late last time, so I got to the top just 5 minutes after the sun starting setting. frown It got incredibly cold as well, so after I hiked to the peak in the pitch dark (using my bike light as a flashlight), I curled up on the ground and laid there for the latter half of the two hours I was there. I was so tired that I didn't want to return, but I was so cold that I had no chance of falling asleep, so I finally made the trek back home. Luckily, almost the entire trip back was on at least a slight downgrade, so I didn't have to pedal very much. When I finally got back in town, I went to Applebee's and ate two whole meals before going home and sleeping.
Lucy

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« Reply #32 on: 03-07-2012 13:27 »
« Last Edit on: 03-07-2012 13:29 »

Wow, that sounds like quite a day! I'm sure your friend only meant what I did with the boring comment in that some people (like me) find physical exertion unpleasant and therefore only do it when entirely necessary. For example, I only run when I'm about to miss a bus and even then I wonder 'why the fuck am I running?' So there you go, the only thing that motivates me to run is the promise of something that saves me from having to walk. My whole exercise regime works like a business investment. big grin
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #33 on: 03-07-2012 13:39 »
« Last Edit on: 03-07-2012 13:40 »

I think that he meant "excuse" in more general terms - not to be insulting. In that sense, posting from your phone is your excuse as in it is the reason why you broke the rule against double posting. This does not necessarily mean that you were doing it for the purposes of breaking the rules, annoying people, etc., but it's just what happened. I hope that made sense.

Pretty much this, yes. It wasn't an insult, it was merely an observation. It also wasn't meant to be taken in an entirely serious manner. So welcome to Peel, Lucy smile...

As for the room, probably some random room they made up. It would be nice to think that it fits into the overall grand design of the Planet Express building. I do like the idea of it being Scruffy's quarters. It would solve a lot of problems (but possibly create inconsistencies) if they were to release a model of the Planet Express building which could be opened and viewed inside. A Lego model would be ideal, as in an official one overseen by the shows creators to get the rooms matched up to their vision. Of course, it would be highly unlikely regardless of how clool that would be...
Lucy

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« Reply #34 on: 03-07-2012 14:26 »
« Last Edit on: 03-07-2012 14:29 »

Thanks for the welcome. smile
And that's a great idea! It'll probably never happen though. Unless we kidnapp David X. Cohen and Matt Groening, trap them in a room full of Lego and guard the door with guns and the promise that they aren't allowed out until they build a build a perfectly proportioned, definite replica of the PE building. And ship, while they're at it. To forever satiate the requests for blueprints by the obsessive fans/ borderline mentally ill.
What do you think?
By the way, what is 'clool'?
Svip

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« Reply #35 on: 03-07-2012 14:42 »

Clool is a stupid word that Otis uses and we all hate him for using.  Do not get sucked into his stupidity.  But other than that, he's a nice guy.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #36 on: 03-07-2012 14:48 »

I say that's a good idea which should finally satisfy our nerd craving for a definite layout. As for "clool", it's a word that Amy says in "Leela's Homeworld" and "Love & Rocket", one which I have repeated on this board (and occasionally in real life by accident) ever since...
Svip

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« Reply #37 on: 03-07-2012 14:50 »

And we all hate you for it.  Just so you know.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #38 on: 03-07-2012 14:51 »

I love that you hate me for it, it's nice to know that I make a difference...
Lucy

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« Reply #39 on: 03-07-2012 14:51 »

Ha ha! OK then. wink I tend not to copy people anyway. Unless they've said something extremely clever, funny or poignant and even then I don't claim it as my own. Hence my being a social pariah in 'the real world' whatever the Hell that is. :/ Seeing as how most people never say anything clever, funny or poignant and imitation is the highest form of flattery apparently, so I guess I don't stroke any egos enough to be embraced by the stupid heaving masses. Or something. Not that I'm harboring any resentment.
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