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Nurdbot

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« Reply #40 on: 10-06-2001 03:53 »
« Last Edit on: 08-06-2008 00:00 »

Something about cartoon titties, and a TOTP dance. God those were the days.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #41 on: 10-10-2001 16:47 »
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EDIT: No! Bad Internet me in the past!
LilyRose

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« Reply #42 on: 10-10-2001 18:46 »

You know, I couldn't stand the bits of the show that weren't movie commentary... I just fast-forwarded through them. I was especially embarrassed for the mad-scientist guy in the movie, his schtick was terribly unfunny.  no no

That oughta learn 'im to bust my termater.
FishyJoe

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« Reply #43 on: 10-10-2001 18:54 »

Twat?? No way! The host segments mostly rock.

I know what you mean about the movie though. The host segments in that one were pretty weak(I read that they were heavily edited/rewritten by the studios though).
Nurdbot

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« Reply #44 on: 10-11-2001 01:32 »
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I liked the host segments. Lots.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #45 on: 10-13-2001 13:36 »
« Last Edit on: 08-06-2008 00:00 »

Goddamit, I really was a moron...I was 14  frown
Drippy_taco

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« Reply #46 on: 10-13-2001 14:27 »
« Last Edit on: 10-13-2001 14:27 »

I got this e-mail from someone I guess I don't know, but they must have gotten my e-mail from some MST3K fanbook.  It's a great e-mail so I thought I'd put it up.

 
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Drippy Taco,

We just had our 2nd Candian Turkey Day Marathon here (Thanksgiving was
October 8th here) and spent the entire day watching MST3K.  We started
with
some host segments then Mitchell and The Brain That Wouldn't Die after
that
was Host Segments and finally MST3K Scrapbook.

A good time was had by all.

Of course, we will observe "traditional" Turkey Day when it comes in
November.

During these hard times it's nice to have something comforting like
MST3K to
fall back on for a brief diversion from the madness in the world.


Canada's thoughts are with the US.  We are neighbours eh!

Manos

*sniff* It gets you right here *hits his chest*
FishyJoe

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« Reply #47 on: 10-13-2001 14:39 »

Scifi will stop showing MST3K at the end of december.  cry  cry  cry

I never watch it anyway since I have all the episodes on tape and I like to sleep in, but still.  cry  cry  cry

...

 cry
FishyJoe

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« Reply #48 on: 10-13-2001 14:43 »
« Last Edit on: 10-13-2001 14:43 »

Crow: Great news, Mike! Through the magic of the Hexfield Viewscreen, I've got an expert to clarify some of the questions raised by today's movie. Thanks to me, digging into your wallet, I have been able to raise some money to bring up our distinguished Russian poet, author and professor.

Mike: Pushkin?

Tom: Solzhenitzen?

Crow: Yakov Smirnoff! (Hexfield opens to reveal Yakov. ) Mr. Smirnoff, thank you for taking time through your busy schedule to answer some of our questions.

Yakov: No problem.

Crow: Now, Mr. Smirnoff, let me cite Joseph Campbell who says each culture establishes archetypes which embody that particular culture. How does that apply to the film "Jack Frost"?

Yakov: Well see, in your country you wait in line at bank. In our country we wait in line for bread.

Crow: Oh, well how does that relate to the distinguishment of Russo-Finnish times?

Yakov: Well see, in your country the men shave. In our country, we wish the women would shave.

Crow: Well, uh, naturally we speak that political structure that suppressed such culural expression, right?

Yakov: Well see, in your country you watch movie "The Rock." In our country, we break rock in Gulag.

Crow(furious): Alright, Smirnoff!! I want my $25,000 lecture fee back!!


Haha, ah yeah. Jack Frost rocks.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #49 on: 10-13-2001 14:46 »

 
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Originally posted by FishyJoe:
Scifi will stop showing MST3K at the end of december.   cry   cry   cry

I never watch it anyway since I have all the episodes on tape and I like to sleep in, but still.   cry   cry   cry

...NOOOOOOO.....When is MST3K on Sci-fi i got the Digatal one and it never tell me

  cry


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« Reply #50 on: 10-13-2001 19:47 »

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Originally posted by FishyJoe:
Scifi will stop showing MST3K at the end of december.   cry   cry   cry

I never watch it anyway since I have all the episodes on tape and I like to sleep in, but still.   cry   cry   cry

...


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

(deep breath)

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Drippy_taco

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« Reply #51 on: 10-13-2001 20:55 »

To make you feel better, here is a link to an online series written by the brains of MST3K.   http://www.scifi.com/edwardtheless
Nurdbot

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« Reply #52 on: 12-28-2001 04:56 »

Oh man I have not posted in this Toppic Since I was an Bending Unit....Oh well...I got some MST3K Sounds from the Hobgoblins Episode...

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/80s.wav
Mike Sings along with the Music

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/crack.wav
Tom and Crow ask Rick an Funny Question..

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/crash.wav
An funny News report Riff...

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/fish_picker.wav
The Mike and the Bots try to figre out the Bands name..

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/girlfreind.wav
Mike's comment..

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/immolation.wav
Immolation comment...

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/job.wav
an Job add

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/mentor.wav
funny

 http://www.zianet.com/area51/mst3k/907/rick_sloan.wav

Chump

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« Reply #53 on: 12-28-2001 10:17 »

What the HELL are you people talking about?
I've never seen whatever this is that you are talking about in my whole life.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #54 on: 12-28-2001 14:29 »

Same here.
FishyJoe

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« Reply #55 on: 12-28-2001 14:45 »

Stop being british!
Drippy_taco

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« Reply #56 on: 02-07-2002 10:58 »

:::NEWNESS!!!:::

 
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Pasted from MST3KINFO.COM:

MST3K CONTINUES FOR ANOTHER YEAR!
We are happy to report that Best Brains, Inc. has extended its contract with the Sci-fi Channel, which means that repeats of the show will continue through at least January 31, 2003.

To see the tentative schedule through March, click HERE.

And to see our best information about which episodes will probably be shown this year, click HERE.

Enjoy!


Yippy Skippy!
FishyJoe

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« Reply #57 on: 02-07-2002 13:45 »

I never wake up early enough to watch it, and I have everything on tape anyway, but still...kickass.
Ninaka

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« Reply #58 on: 02-08-2002 02:00 »

awww wish we had that. My brother has told me about MST3K... and all I know is this scene he's described to me (and I have the sound file of the snippet)
"That's enough. Switch to Normal View"

NORMAL VIEW
NOORMAALL VIEWWWWW
NOOORRMMAALLLLL VIIIEWWW!!!!
NOOORMMMAAAAALLL VIIII*cracks*IIEEWWWW!!!!!
Drippy_taco

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« Reply #59 on: 02-08-2002 02:03 »

 laff  Classic!
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #60 on: 02-08-2002 23:16 »

I am also a huge mistie! Here are some quotes.

 
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From Ward-e some of my favorite scenes:
[SOL]

(Joel wiping inside of a glass, as a bartender, greets Crow and Tom)

Joel: Evening, Mr. Servo. Evening, Mr. T. Robot. What Can I Do For You?

Tom: Well, Joel. It's a quarter-to-three and no one in the place but you and me...and Crow. Well, me and my friend here are going to show you how to mix a real drink.

Crow: Ah, step back Joel, This is not you average Hop, Skip and Flip and Go Zombie.

Tom: But it is very potent potable and it's our very own "Killer Shrew"

Joel: O.K. I'm at your service.

Tom: O.K. Listen Up, Chocolate Ice Cream!

Joel: Chocolate Ice Cream? Got It! (Scoops ice cream and drops it into a blender)

Crow: Cap'n Crunch with crunch berries. (Joel adds it.)

Tom: Peanut M&M's. (Joel adds them.)

Crow: Mrs. Butterworth's. (Joel pours some in.)

Tom: Circus Peanuts. (Joel adds some.)

Crow: Mr. Pibb. (Joel pours some in.)

Tom: Now, Marshmallow Peeps. Lots of marshmallow peeps

Joel: Marshmallow Peeps. (Addding some, he pauses.) Is this going to be a little sweet?

Tom: Shut-up and make the drink, barkeep. Sweet Tarts! (Joel adds some.)

Crow: Vanilla Frosting. (Joel adds some.)

Tom: Good-N-Plenty. (Joel adds some.)

Crow: Waxed Lips. (Joel begins to get some when Tom stops him.)

Tom: No! No Waxed Lips. You're thinking the Vulcan Mind Probe.

Crow: Yeah, Right. 86 the Waxed Lips.

Tom: All Right, music maestro, please. (Joel starts the blender while Tom & Crow mutter.) Now, pour it into giant plastic tulip glass and garnish with a wind-up shrew.

Joel: Say This looks pretty good can I have a taste?

Tom: Be my guest! (Joel takes a straw and takes a taste and collapses in a sugar shock.)
(cut)

some more quotes

 
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Crow: Is the first stage of grief pure unbridled joy?

Crow: the Fifth Element so this is a movie about Boron?
Tom: I don't know I only check that chart perioticly

Crow: What's the point of a helmet in skydiving, in case you land on your head?

Tom Servo: Emby Mellay? That's not a name, it's a bad Scrabble hand!

Crow: I want to hurt this movie, but I can never hurt it like it hurt me.

Tom Servo: You know, just because you CAN edit doesn't mean you SHOULD.

Crow: (responding to what he wants for Christmas) I want to control who lives and who dies!

Tom Servo: Uh-oh. Hilarity, guys. Not since the pie-fight scene in "The Great Race"...
Crow: Not since the mudslide scene in "McClintock"...
Joel: Not since the wagon race scene in "The Hallelujah Trail"...
Crow: Not since the chess-playing scene in "The Seventh Seal"...
Tom Servo: Not since the orgy scene in "Caligula"...
Joel: Huh?
Crow: What?
Tom Servo: Um... well, hilarity, anyway.
Drippy_taco

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« Reply #61 on: 02-09-2002 21:39 »

Classic!   laff

I just finished watching The Creeping Terror again, laughed till it hurt, then I laughed some more.  I'll have quotes up don't you worry.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #62 on: 02-10-2002 01:40 »

'I want to Controll who lives and Who dies'

I loved that one...
Binder

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« Reply #63 on: 02-10-2002 22:51 »
« Last Edit on: 02-10-2002 22:51 »

I hate to "name drop" but I live in Minneapolis, Minnesota where the show was made so here is my real life MST3k encounters.

-My friend baby sat for Mike Nelson

-My dad's employee was the set designer for the MST3k movie (he also made the sets for Drop Dead Fred but that movie sucked ass up to ying-yang)

-My dad produced a telethon with Jim Mallon (voice of Gypsy)

-My dad met the white bearded guy who introduced some of the shows

Yeah, not much involves me, mostly my dad, but still cool none the less.
FishyJoe

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« Reply #64 on: 02-11-2002 23:40 »

Wow, Binder you're my hero. Back when the gang had their TimmyBigHands site up, I looked up their registration information at networksolutions.com and found Mike Nelson's home address. I've always wanted to stalk him, but I'm too lazy/poor to go to Minnesota.

But what do you mean when you say your dad met the white bearded guy who introduced some of the shows? That was Mike Nelson, in heavy makeup.
Binder

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« Reply #65 on: 02-13-2002 16:41 »

LOL Sorry, I meant to say he met the producer. I guess my dad thought that was him (him and I didn't see the episodes with Mike in the make-up) so he assumed that it was the guy he knew. I've only seen the Sci-Fi episodes and none of the Comedy Central ones.  frown
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #66 on: 02-13-2002 23:01 »

I remember TimmyBigHands... won a check for $1.12 or somthing like that. Here are some more MST3k Quotes
 
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"Go ahead, strip me of my dignity at age four!! --WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT!?!?!" -Joel

"Guys, just skip the music and go right to the heroin." -Tom Servo

"JEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED DDD!!!"-Tom

Tom: So MRxL then. Wheeee! The Satelite of Love has got MRxL, MRxL, MRxL. Have you got as much, uh, huh, uh, huh, MRxL as us? I don't think so!

and another huge bit from Incredable Milting Man from Ward-E
 
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Originally from Ward E
Episode: 704: The Incredible Melting Man
(extraneous material edited)

Mike: Oooo. They learned not......

Crow: Well, I learned somethin', Mike. I learned doctors don't care.

Mike: Hmmmmmm......

Tom: I learned, uh, Southern California can get cold enough for a snowboot jacket. I never knew that.

Mike: I learned never to name a child "Burr".

Tom: Well, I, uh also learned never to scream, "I'm Ted Nelson" to a security guard.

Mike: I learned, uh, that half-eaten turkey legs make very tepid ironic statements.

Crow: Uh, we learned it's good to have Saltines around your house.

Tom: I learned that sheriffs are full of pyrotechnics.

Tom: Once again, we learn that NASA is staffed by two or three people, tops.

Crow: And they hire civilian doctors to head up their recovery program.

Tom: I learned that some nurses can't find properly-fitting uniforms.

Mike: I learned some cats can open the refridgerator, get the milk, bring the milk into the middle of the kitchen, throw it up in the air, drop it on the floor, shatter it all over the place.

Crow: Well, we also learned that if you're a melting man, you can have a short, but successful career as a sprinter!

Tom: Me, I learned that I should never marry a passive, immobile doctor named "Ted Nelson", who doesn't ever do anything. And I certainly shouldn't have his baby.

Mike: I think that's very sound. Oh, you know what? I learned that I can use the word "Aadjka!" as an expletive, if necessary.

Tom: Aadjka!

Crow: I learned that if you're gonna have a general over for dinner, you better have turkey legs and beer on hand.

Tom: Well, uh, we learned that lights and lighting really aren't necessary to make a film these days.

Mike: And, uh, neither are actors.

Tom: Well, I think I learned that I shouldn't go to Saturn unless I have the proper protective gear.

Crow: Yep. Yips. Right now I'm learning that even though this movie is about eighty minutes long, it feels like Berlin Alexanderplatz.

Tom: I also learned that some sheriffs aren't married. Did you know that?

Mike: Yeah. I learned that it was impossible to look good in the seventies.

Crow: I learned that even if you chop a monster's arm off, it'll only make him stronger and more powerful.

Tom: Yep. And I learned that you can just fill in crucial elements of the plot whenever it's convenient. (As Johnny Carson) I did not know that. Ooooo.

Mike: We've learned that if you're put in charge of an urgent, top secret government project, it really doesn't matter if you do anything.

Crow: Yep. Yep. And we learned that sometimes people CAN abuse spirit gum and latex.

Mike: Ahhh, I hear ya.

SlaytanicMaggot
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« Reply #67 on: 02-17-2002 01:21 »
« Last Edit on: 02-17-2002 01:21 »

what MST3K needed to do was make fun of decent and good sci-fi movies, too...imagine the riffing over the bad effects during the american "Godzilla"!
Drippy_taco

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« Reply #68 on: 02-17-2002 01:41 »

I see why you edited that  tongue  I'm pretty sure Titanic wasn't a science fiction movie  big grin

To get the rights to riff on a current, high-box office movie, they would have to pay a whole lot of money and kiss a whole lot of Universal ass.  I think the old-school sci fi movies did excellent.
FishyJoe

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« Reply #69 on: 02-17-2002 11:50 »

Seeing big-budget recent movies would rock, but then again I love watching episodes like Jack Frost and thinking "where the fuck did they FIND this goofy piece of crap?"
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #70 on: 02-17-2002 19:46 »

You know they did 2 Hollywood Blockbuster Reviews and an Oscar special that used the public domain clips from big budget movies. Some more quotes...

"from the comets perspectives we are hitting it"

Bruce Willis: "Now that all you guys are going into space..."
Mike "That is why I am staying"

"Good thing Honey Baked Hams didn't sponser this scene" -Tom on the Cookie Sex scene

"Oh no their docking" -Observer (you have to see the immage)

For some reason I can not think of more right now...
FishyJoe

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« Reply #71 on: 02-18-2002 00:27 »

Mulder: "This grass has been laid recently"

Bots: "Unlike me"
SlaytanicMaggot
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« Reply #72 on: 02-21-2002 23:36 »

hah hah
Nurdbot

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« Reply #73 on: 02-22-2002 06:37 »

Puma Man:I'm senseing Danger

Mike:Oh wait that's Mildew

FishyJoe

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« Reply #74 on: 07-01-2002 20:36 »

Sigh...everyone links to old threads, but nobody revives them.

 
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By the Drippy Taco man:
even producing a movie (which ironically had a runtime the same length as the show itself).

Actually it was even shorter. A typical episode without commercials is like 88 minutes. The movie was barely over an hour. Stupid gay movie studio.

 
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By Zed 85:
Unfortunately I have never heard of it being shown in Britain ever! Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Actually it did run on Scifi UK(or whatever it's called) for a little while. But I guess they stopped that, because getting international rights for the various movies was a pain in the ass.

Has anyone read Mike's new book? Is it sexy? I'd love to buy it, but Border's is sucky and overpriced.
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #75 on: 07-01-2002 23:02 »

Old thread... Wow did I ever use a spell checker?
Delta-V

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« Reply #76 on: 07-01-2002 23:31 »
« Last Edit on: 07-01-2002 23:31 »

I used to watch it, but I quit after Joel left.  It just wasn't the same.

My favorite line was:
Joel: What to you want for Christmas, Crow?
Crow: I want to decide who lives and who dies!
Joel: Oh, I don't know...

Back in college, Comedy Central would send some people down once a year and they'd show an episode of it in one of the auditoriums in the Union.  The first 40 or so to get in got cool stuff.  I've still got my Comedy Central T-Shirt.
BrainSluggo

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« Reply #77 on: 07-02-2002 01:25 »
« Last Edit on: 07-02-2002 01:25 »

Renewal is good, but the bad news is that the collection of airable episodes is ever-shrinking. The rights to many of the films, even those in the Sci-Fi Channel seasons, have reverted back to the original holders--and while nobody in their right mind wants the rights to feculent trash like Parts: The Clonus Horror and The Screaming Skull back, Sci-Fi won't be running the MST3K version of Universal's Revenge of the Creature or The Leech Woman unless they get some money to burn.   frown  Like BestBrains sez, keep trading them tapes.
Speli

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« Reply #78 on: 07-05-2002 15:31 »
« Last Edit on: 07-05-2002 15:31 »

My absolute favorite episode has to be "Prince of Space"...oh, and I'd have to choose Mike.
And also, why does this MST3 thread get to flourish while mine get's shut down?  confused
FishyJoe

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« Reply #79 on: 07-06-2002 01:59 »

Because this one was started before. And also started by me. And I know how to flirt with the moderators to make them like me.
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