awwww no more points
when you don't listen in church
no privleges, jsut liek what parents say
but i have 20+
a fun fact
leaving so soon?
yes you are
if you find any other good ones let me know i will add to the collection
13 years agoRvB_Omally
He's the blue team's rookie. When he first arrives in Blood Gulch, he's enthusiastic, if a bit slow. Still, he tries to do what was best for the team, and does what he's told. He's also ridiculously strong, which comes in handy sometimes.
Caboose's parents always had high hopes for him. They really wanted an actor in the family, so they named him after their favorite one: Michael J. Fox. Unfortunately, they never did enough research to find out Michael J. Fox's middle name, so rather than make something up and have it be wrong, they made his middle name the letter J itself. They also got him in the habit of using his full name when introducing himself, in order to sound all impressive. Unfortunately, the only acting Caboose was ever any good at was faking an interest in the military, which is how he got stationed in Blood Gulch.
Caboose believes in always having a girlfriend, never a wife. Like Hugh Heffner, only without the money or the women. He came to the Gulch fresh out of military school, where they didn't actually tell him about the situation he'd be going in to. He had no idea he was going to be fighting a bunch of red guys, and inadvertently gave the red rookie Donut their flag, thinking he was the blue team's General.
Unfortunately for him, Church and Tucker call him a moron so often that it sticks. In a surprisingly short time, most of the intelligence he may once have had ends up vanishing, leaving him as an idiot. Ironically, he's the only person who figures out where the interactive tutorial is for the tank, and hence the only one who knows how to control it.
Learning how to drive the tank ends up being the low point of Caboose's life, because he accidentally blows up Church with it. In his defense, it wasn't entirely his fault; he lost control of the tank, which subsequently went seeking targets and found Church. With the friendly-fire protocol disabled, the tank was able to kill him indiscriminately. This unfortunate twist of fate gave Caboose a new-found goal: Earn Church's Respect, and Try to Impress Him.
It turns out it's very difficult to earn Church's respect when you're in love with a tank. Shortly after blowing up Church, Caboose is forced to bail out of the tank to avoid getting murdered during an air strike. This closeness draws him very close to Sheila, who also gains a fondness for him because nobody else has been inside her.
As tends to happen to people destined for misfortune, things end up going from bad to worse for our friend Caboose. When the homicidal A.I. O'Malley leaves Tex's armor, it enters Caboose's, making him more and more aggressive. O'Malley takes so much control over him that Church and Tex have to go inside his head and kill it. By the time that's done, Caboose's mental image of Church is dead, causing him to have no idea who this strange person bossing him around is. Fortunately for Caboose, he would soon build new memories, and things would return to normal.
When the A.I. left Caboose's body, it entered Doc's, which eventually forced the Blues and Reds to work together. Caboose went through the Red teleporter with Sarge in pursuit of the diabolical computer code, but came out in some other place where people seemed to be immortal. They were caught in a seemingly endless cycle of attack and retaliation, murder and death. At this time, Caboose would finally discover that a piece of O'Malley was still inside him, giving him the ability to be very angry and say weird things.
After defeating the bizarre forces wherever he was, he went through a teleporter reprogrammed by Simmons to take Sarge and Caboose to Simmons' current location, where Sarge let him press a button to contact Donut. Then Caboose pressed another button that triggered Church's self destruct with a ten megaton bomb, killing him yet again. Church's explosion destroyed the present, catapulting everyone through time. Caboose ended up in the future, where things are very shiny, and where Tucker is blamed for destroying the present. Stupid Private Tucker.
After taking credit for finding the Warthog that Donut found, he ended up meeting with Tex with the Reds, and being conscripted to carry the bomb Tex had prepared for blowing up the base. After planting it, he found Church in the computer, and was told that he's supposed to be The Great Destroyer. It turns out, however, that he's not the dumbest creature in the Universe after all. Go figure.
place quotes, and other andy related stuff here, yes mods i used the search button. all i came up with is a locked andy fourm, so there are no other andy fourm, not locked, fourms out ther.
lets start with this, andy and caboose thread
Caboose: Lets relax, and count backwards from 10, 9, 8, 7,
Others NO!!!!, Caboose, new happy place.
13 years agoRvB_Omally
A creepy video is going around the net with this note attached:
READ THE STORY FIRST BEFORE YOU OPEN THE ATTACHMENT
>> Strange but interesting. This is a car advertisement from Great Britain.
>> When they finished filming the ad, the film editor noticed something moving along the side of the car, like a ghostly white mist. They found out that a person had been killed a year earlier in that exact same spot. The ad was never put on TV because of the unexplained ghostly phenomenon.
>> Watch the front end of the car as it clears the trees in the middle of the screen and youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll see the white mist crossing in front of the car then following it along the roadÃ¢â‚¬Â¦.Spooky!
>> Is it a ghost, or is it simply mist? You decide.
>> If you listen to the ad, youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll even hear the cameraman whispering in the background about it near the end of the commercial. So turn up the sound!
A little creepy but pretty cool!
CLICK HERE TO WATCH IT dvorak.org/blog/images/GhostlyCarAd.wmv
This was given to me by Infiltrate
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