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totalnerd undercanada

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« : 02-03-2002 06:49 »

Fry has been frzen for 1000 years, right?
That means he is 1026 years old in 3002. Why haven't the Sunset Squad robots come for him?

They should'a come and taken him away by now, what with him being over 160.

Anyways, someone come up with an answer and END THIS!
TheVoices

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« #1 : 02-03-2002 07:12 »

maybe because his biological age isn't over 160?
Slavon

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« #2 : 02-03-2002 07:47 »

I'm sure the cryonic staff have a control over it.
DrThunder88

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« #3 : 02-03-2002 09:05 »

Generally speaking, time spent in stasis or suspended animation doesn't count as time lived.
AstroZombie

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« #4 : 02-03-2002 09:28 »

His chronological age is 1026, but his biological age is 26.

There  :p
Javier Lopez

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« #5 : 02-04-2002 00:31 »

Nobody knew that he was frozen.........

and if Sunset squad did care of frozen people they would "renovate" all of the Cryogenics every 160 years...
wu_konguk

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« #6 : 02-04-2002 03:36 »

Perhaps the system requires a registration on birth there fore since Fry came before the Sunset squad he would not be registered.
Just Chris

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« #7 : 02-04-2002 10:00 »

Spending all that time in a cryogenic chamber probably goes by in the wink of an eye. It's like being in a very deep coma, so your body doesn't change. And I thought Fry was 25.
DrThunder88

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« #8 : 02-04-2002 10:30 »

I agree.  The physiological and psychological effects of fully-conscious stasis would be devistating.

If Fry's body had aged, then his hair would be approximately 500 feet long (152.4 meters).  Fry also would've went pretty insane had he been conscious for 1000 years.  Think of the ultimate sensory-deprivation chamber, and then imagine being there for ten centuries.  The real world would seem like some sort of dream compared to the hallucinations and delusions brought around by a mind untamed by stimuli.
AstroZombie

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« #9 : 02-04-2002 13:32 »

Yeah Metallica did a song about that sort of thing, Trapped Under Ice.

:: Goes all nostalgic about his misspent youth.
AstroZombie

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« #10 : 02-04-2002 13:34 »

 
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Originally posted by DrThunder88:
If Fry's body had aged, then his hair would be approximately 500 feet long (152.4 meters). 

So uh how long would his pubes have been then?

DrThunder88

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« #11 : 02-04-2002 13:56 »
« : 02-04-2002 13:56 »

Gross.  Further grossitude:

AstroZombie

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« #12 : 02-04-2002 15:37 »
« : 02-04-2002 15:37 »

CMU, sporran?

I have a sporran, I wear it with my kilt, which I wore at my wedding

Quick tip for kilt wearing - when dancing move sporran to the side or sporran v testicle collisons can drastically reduce wedding night performance.

   :eek:
Ginster

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« #13 : 02-14-2002 09:42 »

That would also mean that all the heads in the jar would be collected by the Sunsetsquadrobots.

I guess this contract with the Robots exclude people from the stupid ages...
Javier Lopez

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« #14 : 02-14-2002 09:57 »

surelly, maybe sunset squad only care people that become 160 size they are on work...
power girl07

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« #15 : 01-09-2007 11:55 »

I noticed that too, maybe it was because he didn't look over 160.
I Scruffy I

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« #16 : 01-09-2007 14:14 »

It is the NEAR death star, all the heads in jars are at their ages when they were alive in the 90's and pressumalbey all under 100.(most of them) it's not hard to lie about your age either as the professor did.
Writer unit32

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« #17 : 01-09-2007 14:32 »

 :nono:Bumping old threads...
I Scruffy I

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« #18 : 01-09-2007 14:58 »

Wow, 2002! Didn't see that.
power girl07

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« #19 : 01-13-2007 16:21 »

Neither did I, never mind! *shruggs*
BeanBeanBean!

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« #20 : 01-13-2007 21:52 »

*shakes head*
KurtPikachu2001

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« #21 : 01-22-2007 17:34 »

Fry's too young to have the Sunset Squad Robots get after him.  They're only after people who are over 150. 
Sedna

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« #22 : 02-06-2007 22:51 »

 
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Originally posted by Writer unit32:
  :nono:Bumping old threads...

So apparently there needs to be a Sunset Squad taking this thread away.  :p

(I didn't see the date of the earlier posts either.  Wow.)
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