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NastyInThePasty

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« #560 : 06-06-2008 10:30 »

Does he call girls "Chumpettes"?  ;)
Xanfor

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« #561 : 06-06-2008 15:56 »

 
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Originally posted by Xanfor:

Shiny, this one's for you. And anyone else who likes Firefly. Heck, you don't even have to know what Firefly is to find this hilarious.

Come to think of it, coldangel should see this too.
Frisco17

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« #562 : 06-06-2008 20:35 »

That...is...awesome!
soylentOrange

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« #563 : 06-11-2008 20:40 »

I was alphebetizing a bunch of cards tbat hold customer information for the place I work when I came across a Mr. Bender and a Mr. Fry.  Then, as I'm thinking to myself that that's a pretty neat coincedence, my coworker (who's speaking with a friend on the phone who's just gotten a new job that he doesn't like) says "ya gotta do what ya gotta do."
Frisco17

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« #564 : 06-11-2008 20:46 »

That's kinda creepy right there. Awesome but creepy.
NastyInThePasty

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« #565 : 06-14-2008 14:45 »

I just got my government stimulus check in the mail, and suddenly had the craving to spend it on 468 cups of coffee... ;)
Unknown

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« #566 : 06-17-2008 14:39 »

 http://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_9606334

I don't think they will come out with mule-scented tickets, however.   :hmpf:
Ralph Snart

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« #567 : 07-31-2008 04:43 »

OKay, now we have an idea what "Ultraporn" is about.

No pics but some pretty disturbing commentary.

 http://omniphobic.blogspot.com/2008/07/give-it-up-for-ultraporn.html
krunc

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« #568 : 07-31-2008 18:12 »

   I live next to a large military base (Fort Hood, TX), and I occassionally borrow my dad's car (because it has the DOD sticker needed to get on post) and drive through some of the more desolate parts of the Impact Area. There are a couple of spots that look very much like Roswell, the way its depicted in "Roswell That Ends Well".

   And, every time I see "The Breakfast Club" at the video store, I think of Futurama, and I feel glad that "I'm old enough to feel ways about stuff"
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« #569 : 08-10-2008 22:41 »

I just said to somebody ,"[my name] knows a little thing called finesse."
JBERGES

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« #570 : 09-09-2008 23:55 »

Chicken Grease Salt!

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26622082/?GT1=43001
Unknown

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« #571 : 09-12-2008 22:22 »

A picture from a chili cookoff about 10 months ago:
Ralph Snart

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« #572 : 09-18-2008 02:06 »

It's Dolemite, baby!



http://www.cracked.com/article_16256_near-misses-6-worst-movies-hollywood-almost-made.html
NastyInThePasty

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« #573 : 10-01-2008 14:47 »

I was watching the Twilight Zone episode "The Lonely" today (about a man convicted of murder serving out a life sentence on an asteroid who receives a mechanical woman for companionship), and, no joke, he and the starship pilot who drops her off both refer to her as a "Robut", just like Zoidberg. :D
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« #574 : 10-05-2008 08:52 »

I was stack drilling some square pipe yesterday, and to do so I had to put the pipes in a small vise and the small vise on its side in a bigger vise.  I believe my exact train of thought was, "Clamp this.  Clamp that.  Bada-climp, bada-clamp!"
SpaceCase

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« #575 : 10-08-2008 19:24 »

Oops.
Einahpet

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« #576 : 10-19-2008 20:32 »

what are we all talking about?     :puke:
no.9 man

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« #577 : 10-20-2008 19:57 »

That was random!!!
Cinimod

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« #578 : 10-20-2008 20:02 »

In my programing book there is a function called PARENT and it explained that if A was the parent of B then B could not be the parent of A. It clarified this by saying "Afterall, it is impossible to be your own grandfather". Not for Fry
no.9 man

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« #579 : 10-20-2008 20:03 »

In a simpsons episode, not sure which one, a robot that looks exactly like bender is in a shot for 2 seconds.
Cinimod

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« #580 : 10-20-2008 20:04 »

It is supposed to be Bender
no.9 man

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« #581 : 10-20-2008 20:07 »

How do you know, you hate simpsons?

Come back at that one.
Cinimod

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« #582 : 10-20-2008 20:07 »

It's Futurama related simpsons Ha!!!
no.9 man

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« #583 : 10-20-2008 20:08 »

But you didn't know that when the episode started.
It is near the end after all.
NastyInThePasty

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« #584 : 10-21-2008 02:50 »

Watching Heroes recently, I was amused to hear a reference to "Level 5", which had me thinking of the Beaste Boys singing "That's whatcha/whatcha/whatcha get/ON LEVEL FIVE!" ;)
NastyInThePasty

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« #585 : 10-24-2008 03:24 »

Another Twilight Zone (or should I say Scary Door ;)) episode that reminded me of Futurama..."Chaser", about a dweeby loser hoplessly besotted with a girl named...Leela. :)
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« #586 : 10-24-2008 06:10 »

Today during my driving class we were talking about how you should not light a cigarette and smoke while you're filling your car up at a gas station. ...immediately I thought of the Futurama episode, A Parasites Lost, where they stop at the gas station and bender is trying to light his cigar. ^.^
hobbitboy

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« #587 : 10-24-2008 10:23 »

If the Planet Express Ship's engines run on small balls of dark matter what do they need gas for anyway?
suss6052

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« #588 : 10-24-2008 11:03 »

If the Planet Express Ship's engines run on small balls of dark matter what do they need gas for anyway?

The engines run on liquid dark matter, as well as the solid pellets, however until they find the "dumb" poop machine aka Nibbler they had to fuel it using liquid dark matter like most other dark matter powered ships, as evidenced by the episodes parasites lost and obsoletely fabulous (one for fueling the ship up, the next for showing the fuel leaking out during bender's fantasy/upgrade process.) Also during Bender Gets Made when the robot mafia catch up to the Planet Express ship, Clamps crimps an external dark matter fuel line and the ship powers down. Dark matter seems to play a role in the next movie as well with the professor having invented the crystal to turn solid dark matter into a liquid fuel as well as the reversing crystal in the shape of a 12 sided die.
hobbitboy

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« #589 : 10-27-2008 08:19 »

How can anyone lift the fuel nozzle/hose at a filling station if the fluid in it is liquid dark matter? Or is liquid dark matter significantly diluted, thereby reducing its weight?
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« #590 : 10-27-2008 11:40 »

I did a Facebook quiz the other day, and apparently the movie that best represents me is. . . . The Breakfast Club.
SpaceCase

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« #591 : 10-28-2008 04:05 »

How can anyone lift the fuel nozzle/hose at a filling station if the fluid in it is liquid dark matter?

Perhaps there was no dark matter in them at the time (for exactly that reason).
Xanderz

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« #592 : 11-03-2008 16:49 »

Cocoa Puffs strangely remind me of Bachelor Chow...
Frisco17

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« #593 : 11-09-2008 22:18 »

We had a change of command ceremony at my AFROTC detachment and part of it is the air force song. I had to consciously force myself not to say "wild green yonder" in the beginning.
KoolMoeDee

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« #594 : 11-17-2008 05:24 »

I was in the theatre with friends waiting for "Quantum of Solace" to start, when they were showing a preview for "Frost/Nixon". They showed the movie's Nixon yell "CHOOOKE" with the jowls shaking and gurgling voice and everything, needless to say, I started cracking up with some people awkwardly looking at me.
NastyInThePasty

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« #595 : 11-20-2008 05:24 »

Aroooooooooooooooooooooo! :D
Vanguard20

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« #596 : 11-28-2008 23:22 »
« : 11-28-2008 23:23 »

We may or may not have discovered Dark Matter:
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn15115?feedId=online-news_rss20


Neal Weiner of New York University agrees. "If this is right, it is just incredibly exciting," he says. "It would be an indication of physics perhaps even more interesting than we have been guessing beforehand."

So what could it be? As it happens, Weiner and Nima Arkani-Hamed of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, and colleagues have developed a theory of dark matter - the enigmatic stuff thought to make up a large proportion of the universe - to explain recent observations of radiation and anti-particles from the Milky Way.

Their model posits dark matter particles that interact among themselves by exchanging "force-carrying" particles with a mass of about 1 gigaelectronvolts.

The CDF muons appear to have come from the decay of a particle with a mass of about 1 GeV. So could they be a signature of dark matter? "We are trying to figure that out," says Weiner. "But I would be excited by the CDF data regardless."


SpaceCase

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« #597 : 11-29-2008 01:11 »

If anyone cares, these are other threads about dark-matter:
Dark Matter??
Dark Matter
What is dark matter?

And this stub of a thread started by yours truly:
Does Dark-Matter Really Exist?

I'll just... ooze back out under the door now...


Bigboysdontcry

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« #598 : 12-03-2008 17:13 »

There is a lady on this radio station on the morning program who laughs like Linda.
Zmithy

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« #599 : 12-05-2008 01:11 »

Article with video here:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7757751.stm

Early days yet, but I get the feeling this breakthrough is going to be a big part of our future lives.

Bring on the Marilyn Monrobot!
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