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Frida Waterfall

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« Reply #720 on: 09-29-2007 19:01 »
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Originally posted by Crash_7:
No, in Parasites Lost, the worms gave him the ability to articulate his feelings to Leela.  He already had those feelings and was already aware of them. 

Wow. You're really clinging on to every word...

Yes, he did already possess those feelings that he had for Leela. But you can't say that he was fully aware of them. He even stated in that episode that he didn't recognize the romantic relationship he could have with Leela until he got the parasites which gave him the ability to "articulate his thoughts".

Now, getting back onto the last topic...

   
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Originally posted by any1else:
But Bender is a robot, he does do things on his own. Of course he likes Fry to tag along, but if he can develop the capacity to enjoy a human's company, then surely he has the capacity to understand that sometimes he can't always be centre of attention. He doesn't seem to have a problem getting other robots to join him on robberies and such (eg. Xmas Story).

From what we can infer, there are three parts to Bender's life: work, social, and criminal. It seems that up until Bender was employed at Planet Express, his criminal life mattered the most to him. Without the attention provided from his criminal life, he'd be known as just a bending unit- nothing more. When Fry and Leela became his best friends, his work and social life (mainly social) soon overtook the importance of his criminal life. Since Bender's personality and [bad] values are contrasting to Fry and Leela's, Fry and Leela would naturally give him more attention because of his wild behavior.

So, if Fry and Leela got together,

   
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Originally posted by any1else:
And Fry wouldn't completely abandon the fellow. Everyone needs their 'alone' time, and their 'friends' time. Surely.. Also considering Leela knows Bender and Fry have a close friendship, I can't see her 'stealing' Fry from him.

At the beginning of Fry and Leela's commitment, there wouldn't be any change to have a great effect. But still, some attention that usually goes to Bender will go to their relationship. It'll get irritating to Bender by the time that they hit the stage of marriage, and later the baby-making stage.

Attention is only one of the problems that Bender would have from a commitment between Fry and Leela. His lifestyle would dramatically change more and more as their relationship progresses to further stages. At first, dating wouldn't really do much to his lifestyle, except he'd see Leela more often, and only because of her relationship with Fry.

Once they get engaged, he'd see her a bit more often, and again, only because she's there for Fry.

Marriage would include larger changes. Knowing how most marriages are, they'd probably be living together. Taking into consideration that Fry is still best buddies with Bender, Fry and Bender's apartment has more space compared to Leela's, and we see Fry and Bender's apartment more often than Leela's, we can assume that Leela would be moving in with Fry and Bender unless the artists want to bother with creating an entirely new apartment for them to move in to. If Leela just simply decides to move into Fry and Bender's apartment, then she'll be taking Nibbler and her ways of running a household with her. Upon her moving in, she'll probably be disgusted with the apartment still remaining in its "bachelor" state (beer cans everywhere, an owl trapped in a spider web, etc.) and will want Fry and Bender to help her tidy up the place. (Remember, this is Leela, and we've seen her apartment. She's not going to deck it out with decorations, just make it decent enough to live with. She knows that she has to make some adjustments for the marriage, too.) Fry could live with these demands- he did agree to them when he said "I do" and it was about time to actually do something about the apartment. Bender would probably be offended, claiming that Leela's making him and Fry change what was originally their apartment and making them do some "unnecessary" work. And there's going to be favors like this that Leela would ask the two for, and they're going to be asked periodically when things come up. Bender's probably going to get more irritated with Leela's dominance in their apartment, because it's not as if she doesn't already have the same amount of power at home as she does at work.

How Bender would react if and when the two decide to bear children is questionable and debatable. That's an entire topic by itself.

But I've got to admit, you have made a very convincing argument.
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« Reply #721 on: 09-29-2007 19:21 »
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Originally posted by Crash_7:
No, in Parasites Lost, the worms gave him the ability to articulate his feelings to Leela.  He already had those feelings and was already aware of them. 

Iam strongly inclined to this view as well crash_7. Fry has been interested in leela from the very start of Futurama in my opinion, it is less clear where Leela begins to have any interest in him. I think though, by and large Fry's inherent inability to express himself without appearing pathetic or very immature had always been an obstacle to leela, even if she did have feelings for Fry at a very deep private, even unconscious level.
The Parasites over came these outward obstacles and perhaps allowed Leela to come into awareness of these feelings and thus for the process to begin to flourish between them.
Iam sure though there was always something there from the beginning way back in SP3000 when they first met, even if it was something they were only barely aware of, though i suspect for Fry there was something more in your face about it than it was for Leela, he just didnt know who to articulate what he felt, at least until the worms came along.
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« Reply #722 on: 09-29-2007 19:23 »

If I may, I'd like to extrapolate a little on the notion that Fry and Leela shouldn't be together until the end of the series. First of all, the highs of being a shipper are when Fry manages to make progress in winning Leela over. This is Fry's main objective, the one thing he stays focused on throughout the series. If Fry and Leela get together go past just dating, any 'progress' will not be towards a higher end, but merely maintaining the status quo after he goofs up or something. Hardly as rewarding an action to observe. This would also essentially change the relationship entirely, shifting Fry from someone who would never hurt Leela to someone that manages to hurt her on a regular basis for the necessity of keeping things interesting. Basically, you'd have Homer Simpson instead of Fry.

And in the process of writing this I found a counterexample to my own argument. The dance lesson scene from JustNibblin''s Rush Moon is probably the essence of how Fry and Leela being in a relationship should be. My final opinion now is that Fry and Leela should date a la JN for a short time leading up to the final-final episode, in which a formal commitment is made, or something like that.
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« Reply #723 on: 09-29-2007 19:36 »
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I wanted to make a few more comments in relation to Bender that have been raised here, whilst debatably straying slightly off topic!

Freedawaterfall suggests that benders chief activity prior to joining PE was Criminal, however in SP3000, there is an incident in the head museum were Fry and Bender are fleeing Leela and the cops and Bender gets an electric shock from a broken light fitting. This experience would appear to be responsible for causing Bender to deviate from his programming which was to be a bending unit robot, to becoming an independent robot with the capacity thenceforth for deviant activity. Prior to that it could be argued he just bent metal bars.
That beeing said when Fry met him he was intending to commit suicide because of a moral quandry surrounding the use of the metal bars in making suicide booths...ironically he attemtpted to commit suicide in said suicide booth!

The other point was in Relation to the comments about Benders Jealousy of Fry and Leela. I was thinking, for those who are familiar of the way the robot, Kryten behaved toward Kochanski in red dwarf VII when her and Lister were becoming more involved with one another. I think in some ways there was a similair relationship between Kryten and Lister as there is between Bender and Fry.

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« Reply #724 on: 09-29-2007 19:36 »
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Originally posted by gaschief:
Iam strongly inclined to this view as well crash_7. Fry has been interested in leela from the very start of Futurama in my opinion, it is less clear where Leela begins to have any interest in him. I think though, by and large Fry's inherent inability to express himself without appearing pathetic or very immature had always been an obstacle to leela, even if there was something there for Fry at a very deep private, even unconscious level.
The Parasites over came these outward obstacles and perhaps allowed Leela to come into awareness of these feelings and thus for the process to begin to flourish between them.
Iam sure though there was always something there from the beginning way back in SP3000 when they first met, even if it was something they were only barely aware of, though i suspect for Fry there was something more in your face about it than it was for Leela, he just didnt know who to articulate what he felt, at least until the worms came along.

I never said that he didn't have feelings for Leela until then, I said that he didn't realize that he had those feelings until then.

Fry has felt some love for Leela since the pilot, and vica-versa for Leela. Though at the time the love they felt for each other was undeveloped and almost insignificant, you could tell it was there the moment Leela's hand touched Fry's.

 
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Originally posted by Sine Wave:
If I may, I'd like to extrapolate a little on the notion that Fry and Leela shouldn't be together until the end of the series. First of all, the highs of being a shipper are when Fry manages to make progress in winning Leela over. This is Fry's main objective, the one thing he stays focused on throughout the series. If Fry and Leela get together go past just dating, any 'progress' will not be towards a higher end, but merely maintaining the status quo after he goofs up or something. Hardly as rewarding an action to observe. This would also essentially change the relationship entirely, shifting Fry from someone who would never hurt Leela to someone that manages to hurt her on a regular basis for the necessity of keeping things interesting. Basically, you'd have Homer Simpson instead of Fry.

Exactly. No comments.
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« Reply #725 on: 09-29-2007 19:40 »
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originally posted by Freedawaterfall
I never said that he didn't have feelings for Leela until then, I said that he didn't realize that he had those feelings until then.

Fry has felt some love for Leela since the pilot, and vica-versa for Leela. Though at the time the love they felt for each other was undeveloped and almost insignificant, you could tell it was there the moment Leela's hand touched Fry's.

I was saying the same thing Freeda, sorry for the psycho-babble terminology!       smile

The funny thing is though I never realised that the first few times I seen SP3000, again this is perhaps indicative of the fact that they ( Fry and Leela didnt realise it either, even though im sure it was intended that they felt it.

I also agree with Sinewaves comments.

I go back again though to my earlier comments about the shippy theme being workable within 'special' out of context scenarios as in the parasites or the coma in The Sting.

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« Reply #726 on: 09-29-2007 23:27 »
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Very well put.
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« Reply #727 on: 09-30-2007 01:13 »
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Originally posted by Frida Waterfall:

From what we can infer, there are three parts to Bender's life: work, social, and criminal. It seems that up until Bender was employed at Planet Express, his criminal life mattered the most to him. Without the attention provided from his criminal life, he'd be known as just a bending unit- nothing more. When Fry and Leela became his best friends, his work and social life (mainly social) soon overtook the importance of his criminal life. Since Bender's personality and [bad] values are contrasting to Fry and Leela's, Fry and Leela would naturally give him more attention because of his wild behavior.

It always seemed to me that Bender didn't acquire his criminal life until after he met Fry. Fry's challenge, with emphasis on the running into the light bulb bit, enabled him to 'break his programming' as it were, and gave him a wider angle of free will. This, to me, is what differentiates Bender from the rest of the robot world. Now, seeing as how in the year of 2999 robots are able to break their programs so easily, it would seem logical that a guiding influence would need to exist in order to counter the few individuals that managed to stray. Hence, Robotology.

Now, Bender didn't seem to like constructive bending, thus, he took up debending ('What I want, when I want, who I want') to satisfy himself. And of course, since everything else criminal in life is a primitive, degenerate form of debending, he started chasing down that road. Armed with that, as well the close companionship with humans that most robots lack, a concept of an ego began to form, (and thusly, a disregard for religion). And, how do you go about satisfying an ego? Heck, even a glass of water with an IQ of six could answer that. Add wealth. Add power.

Now, assuming Bender is a form of genuine human-emulating intelligence, I would presume his mind is form of computational system known as a 'neural net'. Now, unregulated neural nets are programmed by the constant observation of patterns, exactly as the human brain is. Over time, as a result of Bender's unusually high percentage of time spent in human company, he, with his now extremely high Free Will Quotient, would presumably end up acquiring some of these human 'emotions' as well, or at least extremely complex simulations of them. Entirely unintentionally, of course. However, he will not ever acknowledge this fact, still forever carrying with him his few strains former restrictive programming which only show through in his declarations of robo-superiority which, when you think about it, only could ever have any value when used up against humans. With other robots, the claims would be quite ridiculous. In fact, Bender himself forgets this on occasion. Remember 'Bend Her'? 'I could easily beat those trained professionals.'

...

I was going somewhere with all this, but I seem to have forgotten where. I haven't gotten any sleep in the past twenty-four hours. Maybe that's part of it...

Maybe I'll remember in the morning.

I know there was supposed to be some shippy relevancy in here!

  hmpf @ self
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« Reply #728 on: 10-01-2007 01:13 »

^^ Just goes to show you can never really predict what a neural network learns.

Still waiting on that shippy bit...  smile
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« Reply #729 on: 10-01-2007 06:12 »

It's almost time for the new shippy thread to be started. I think Xanfor should have the honours...
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« Reply #730 on: 10-01-2007 06:24 »

XANFOR- Yes, yes this is a fertile forum, and we shall thrive. We shall make the new shippy thread, and we shall call it... 'Shippy Thread'...

COLDANGEL- I think we should call it 'your grave'!

XANFOR- Argh! Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!

COLDANGEL- Bwahaha! Mine is an evil laugh! Now DIE!

XANFOR- Oh no! God! Oh dear God in heaven!
Frida Waterfall

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« Reply #731 on: 10-01-2007 15:19 »
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
 It always seemed to me that Bender didn't acquire his criminal life until after he met Fry. Fry's challenge, with emphasis on the running into the light bulb bit, enabled him to 'break his programming' as it were, and gave him a wider angle of free will. This, to me, is what differentiates Bender from the rest of the robot world. Now, seeing as how in the year of 2999 robots are able to break their programs so easily, it would seem logical that a guiding influence would need to exist in order to counter the few individuals that managed to stray. Hence, Robotology.

Now, Bender didn't seem to like constructive bending, thus, he took up debending ('What I want, when I want, who I want') to satisfy himself. And of course, since everything else criminal in life is a primitive, degenerate form of debending, he started chasing down that road. Armed with that, as well the close companionship with humans that most robots lack, a concept of an ego began to form, (and thusly, a disregard for religion). And, how do you go about satisfying an ego? Heck, even a glass of water with an IQ of six could answer that. Add wealth. Add power.

Now, assuming Bender is a form of genuine human-emulating intelligence, I would presume his mind is form of computational system known as a 'neural net'. Now, unregulated neural nets are programmed by the constant observation of patterns, exactly as the human brain is. Over time, as a result of Bender's unusually high percentage of time spent in human company, he, with his now extremely high Free Will Quotient, would presumably end up acquiring some of these human 'emotions' as well, or at least extremely complex simulations of them. Entirely unintentionally, of course. However, he will not ever acknowledge this fact, still forever carrying with him his few strains former restrictive programming which only show through in his declarations of robo-superiority which, when you think about it, only could ever have any value when used up against humans. With other robots, the claims would be quite ridiculous. In fact, Bender himself forgets this on occasion. Remember 'Bend Her'? 'I could easily beat those trained professionals.'

I understand where you're coming from on this, but I do not quite grasp where you're going.

We have very little information on Bender's life before meeting Fry (which changed his programming and whatever). His personality in the pilot is questionable. The life he lived seemed just like another robot's. There wasn't any motivation in his life, and he restrained himself to his programming. We even know that would have already committed suicide in the suicide booth unless our 20th century defrostee hadn't came and narrowly escaped a slow and horrible death with him.

I really do wonder if Bender was always a criminal or if he had no life. With or without the programming change or from Fry's influence, we know that he's always been cheap. How Bender paid for the suicide in the suicide booth was extremely cheap. If you're going to kill yourself, money shouldn't be a worry. It's not going to have any meaning when you're dead. Then, in "Mars University", he was a big man on campus known by the fratboy pranks. That just seems to show that he does have some life.

So, either argument could be correct- we just don't have the knowledge to give full support against either side.

 
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
I was going somewhere with all this, but I seem to have forgotten where. I haven't gotten any sleep in the past twenty-four hours. Maybe that's part of it...

Maybe I'll remember in the morning.

I know there was supposed to be some shippy relevancy in here!

    hmpf @ self

Xanfor, I know how you feel. Cruddy, isn't it?

I have a uber-cheesy title for the next shipper's thread: "I'm in Love with a Shipper".
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« Reply #732 on: 10-01-2007 22:40 »

I tend to agree with Xanfor about Bender becoming a criminal after his run in with Fry and the lightbuld. Before that point he checked his programing before he did anything and I doubt he was programed to be a kleptomaniac. He was also on the verge of commiting suicide because he was responsible creating suicide booths and felt guilty about those people's deaths. Later Bender would find thousands of greusome deaths as a source of humor like in "I Second That Emotion".
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« Reply #733 on: 10-01-2007 23:06 »

 
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Originally posted by Frida Waterfall:

I really do wonder if Bender was always a criminal or if he had no life. With or without the programming change or from Fry's influence, we know that he's always been cheap. How Bender paid for the suicide in the suicide booth was extremely cheap. If you're going to kill yourself, money shouldn't be a worry. It's not going to have any meaning when you're dead.

For one, that wasn't a real money coin, you see. Because Bender worked for the company which made the suicide booths, he had permission to use any of them for free. The coin-on-a-string was merely an ID mechanism.

Or something.  tongue

 
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I understand where you're coming from on this, but I do not quite grasp where you're going.

Neither do I anymore. Oh well. Better luck next time.  wink

Now, for the next thread; the list of proposed titles are as follows:

Hi, I'm a shipper and I've watched "The Sting" 58 times...
Eat your heart out, Mulder and Scully!
Shiny for Homecoming Queen
Xanfor for Grand Moff
Shiny, Why The Hell Not?
Let the pudding flow!
Shipping is the new hottest fashion accessory
The Shippiest Ship in the fleet!
The Intelligent, Long-Winded Shipper Disscussion Thread IN STEREO!!!
Shipper Thread II: Ship Harder!
All our Shippers are 100% Ship-Fed for that Double-Ship, Juiced-in Goodness!
The Intelligent, Long-Winded Shipper Disscussion Thread - Across the Eighth Dimension!
The Second Cousin's Step-daughter of The Intelligent, Long-Winded Shipper Disscussion Thread meets Frankenstein's Mixed-Up Were-Zombie Ghost!
Shiny does NOT want the next Shipper Discussion Thread named after her!
Shipper Thread Two: Oh, yes. There will be love.
The Thread Where You Can Settle Your Lust For Animatated Romance.
Leela/Fry... but Fry/Amy... but Amy/Kif! Shippers, we have a conumdrum!
The Lovenasium
Shipper Thread III: Ship Harder!
This concept of 'wuv' confuses and infuriates us!!! - the long-winded shipper thread III
Abandon 'Ship
Shippers Keep On Shippin'
Shippers: The Next Generation
Xanfor's Grave
I'm in Love with a Shipper
The Shiniest 'Ship Thread in the 'Verse! [Note: This title has been reserved for when Shiny returns]


The struck-out bits have either been used or are not qualified for use, due to long standing prehistoric intershipper relations. However, all the others, except for the last one, are eligible. But, due to the revival of the entire point of this thread, I intend to draw upon the very first ever[/u] suggested title, which was mentioned long, long ago, by a valued member of PEEL whom I dearly miss. It's buried somewhere in the original thread, you can dig it out if you like.

Or be surprised!  eek  eek  eek

@Coldangel: We should turn you and me into a series. Really. Archnemeses face to face, or something. Like a radio talk show.

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« Reply #734 on: 10-01-2007 23:58 »

 
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Although she's never really mentioned the whole commander/subordinate issue as an excuse before, it is a logical one.
After watching Love and Rocket, I realized that she did at least imply it:

Leela: Bender, dating your co-worker and primary mode of transportation is immoral, illogical and a violation of interstellar shipping statute 437-B.

(emphasis mine)


 
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...and he restrained himself to his programming. We even know that would have already committed suicide in the suicide booth unless our 20th century defrostee hadn't came and narrowly escaped a slow and horrible death with him.
Wrong choice of words, that should read "he was limited by his programming". He didn't have a choice in the matter. Also, we've seen Bender with a soda-can sized hole in his torso (F&tSF), a bullet hole through his head  (can't remember which one), with all his appendages removed and flushed down a toilet... and he still survives. Why would a few measly knives kill him?
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« Reply #735 on: 10-02-2007 00:03 »
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Originally posted by bend_her:

Leela: Bender, dating your co-worker and primary mode of transportation is immoral, illogical and a violation of interstellar shipping statute 437-B.

Leela: However, given the chance, I'd give into urges far more shocking.

I find this entirely in line with PEEL Shipping Statute 437-B.  big grin
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« Reply #736 on: 10-02-2007 05:51 »

Crappy Titles:
Why with the no Zoidberg? Shippy Thread Mark VI
Ship Trek: The next Generation
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« Reply #737 on: 10-02-2007 19:44 »

If it's Star Trek, I propose Ship Trek VI: The Undiscovered Show of Affection, but I think the Xanfor's Lust for Animated Romance title is the best (Mulder and Scully a close second).
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« Reply #738 on: 10-02-2007 20:00 »

That list does not contain the title I'm going to use. That list is all suggested titles ever except for the one I'm going to use.

Any guesses as to what it'll be?  wink

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« Reply #739 on: 10-02-2007 20:58 »

Curses, what I get for not reading your post carefully. I hang my head in shame.
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« Reply #740 on: 10-02-2007 21:03 »
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That's a lousy guess.  tongue Try again.
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« Reply #741 on: 10-02-2007 22:19 »

The ship's gonna hit the fan.
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« Reply #742 on: 10-03-2007 00:46 »

The title of the next thread will be "Ship Happens. Deal with it".

That is all.
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« Reply #743 on: 10-03-2007 04:52 »

Oooh... The Ship Has Hit the Fan
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« Reply #744 on: 10-03-2007 06:42 »

Well, Xanfor, you better get cracking.
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« Reply #745 on: 10-03-2007 12:35 »

Or maybe: The Sippyist Shipping Thread You Ever Shipped in!
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« Reply #746 on: 10-03-2007 13:10 »

 
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Well, Xanfor, you better get cracking.

Not until page twenty, you goose.  tongue

Someone give me a topic to rant about until then.  wink  big grin
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« Reply #747 on: 10-03-2007 13:31 »

How about the difference between cannon and canon?  tongue
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« Reply #748 on: 10-03-2007 14:12 »


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« Reply #749 on: 10-03-2007 14:17 »

That would work except that's not my DP anymore Xannybabe. And that is one impressive cannon you have there, too bad I've gone off guns.

But yes, it does explain it quite well me things.
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« Reply #750 on: 10-03-2007 14:34 »

By DP, I assume you mean your avatar. And in that case, it doesn't matter. Because in my mind, luv, you will always be the innocent little exploding romantic with the hand-drawn shippy picture underneath her name.

As for going off of guns, remember: Those who live by the sword get shot by those who don't.

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« Reply #751 on: 10-03-2007 14:50 »

Which is why I'm investing in a bulletproof vest...and I am still an innocent little exploding romantic...I just don't have the hand drawn shippy picture
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« Reply #752 on: 10-03-2007 15:02 »

Focusing more on the effect of the explosion as opposed to the cause now, huh?
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« Reply #753 on: 10-03-2007 15:04 »

Of course, explosions get more attention.
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« Reply #754 on: 10-03-2007 18:36 »

So what are we going to talk about on the new shippy thread if we are just going to talk shit here?
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« Reply #755 on: 10-03-2007 18:58 »

Well, we could always try and pull things out of the new trailer.
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« Reply #756 on: 10-03-2007 20:51 »

 
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 And that is one impressive cannon you have there

[Bender] Whoooooooooooo! [/Bender]

Twilight is quite possibly the worst popular book ever written.
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« Reply #757 on: 10-03-2007 22:06 »
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That would work except that's not my DP anymore Xannybabe. And that is one impressive cannon you have there, too bad I've gone off guns.

But yes, it does explain it quite well me things.

Impressive? That thing's a puny 6 inch destroyer gun. You wana see an impressive cannon?

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxuW8gG8Hfg&mode=related&search=

As for the trailer, it seem to me that they deliberatly avoided putting anything shippy in. I think they're just messing with us.
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« Reply #758 on: 10-04-2007 02:56 »

WOW, now that is a big cannon, how can it be so huge? They must have spent a lot of time to get that baby up, its massive!

But onto canon (note I remembered it's one 'n') we need to think of something...anything people
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« Reply #759 on: 10-04-2007 03:41 »

Frisco, that's one Big Fucking Gun  smile Imagine slinging that around a Doom map...

My candidate for a thread title: The PEEL Armada: Shippers Unite!

ok, that sucked.
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