SPLChamps

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    • Remember When We Used To Be Awesome

      8 years ago

      SPLChamps

      We were close, you and I. We spent hours together, not really doing anything. But we didn't do it...together. The camaraderie. The brotherhood. That certain feeling that, no matter what happened out there, we had one another. We were two of two, no others like us. We were awesome.

      And now we've drifted apart like rocks and wood in the river. I went to become something else, you stayed the same but changed so much. I wanted to be a man of many worlds, you became many men of one world. I wanted to be everything to someone, you became something to everyone. I strived to become what nobody had been before and be praised for it, you were what everyone else became and you were loved for it. If I knew what I know now, I would have stayed a little longer. I would have drink a little more. I would have changed. But it wasn't meant to be.

      And now, here we are, between one another. A crossroads we never saw coming. In some ways, most ways, we were destined to be with each other at least once more before our last hurrah. The band was always going to get back together, but maybe we thought we could survive without each other. The truth is, I tried to live without it. And in doing that, I just replaced you with young pretenders. You were my first. You were my most real. My most raw. You were what I envision everything else as. You were my template. My formula. My ideal. And now we've changed. And so is life.

      Truth be told, I miss you. Almost more than I ever thought I could. Could I come back, perhaps. Will I, probably not. Some things are best left to the imagination. Some films should never be remade. Some songs should never be covered. Some relationships should remain untouched. But I still love you. In one way or another, I always have. And I probably always will. My first. My last. My everything?

    • Policy is such a smelly word

      9 years ago

      SPLChamps

      So I'm doign this course that's all about audiences. I decided to focus on RvB. Cuz I'm oozing machismo like that. Razor Ramon would love it.

      Ever wondered if a man can reach an orgasm upside down? I know I have, particularly as I've been watching porn with my ankles strapped to a chin bar for the past two weeks.

    • VideoGaiden: Geekery Squared

      in Forums > VideoGaiden: Geekery Squared | Follow this topic

      SPLChamps

      This here is a thread on the BBC television show/web show called Video Gaiden. It's written, produced and performed by two Glaswegians, Rab Florence and Ryan Macleod. To give you a little context, it's a kind of faux-online-magazine style show which technically reviews video games and sparks interest by interviewing video game heavy hitters and looking at upcoming software. Somewhere along the lines, it basically just takes the piss out of the format.

      For the uninitiated, here's the website with all the recent shows:

      VideoGaiden

      And the wikipedia:

      More VideoGaiden

      In a nutshell, I've made this thread to express an undying love for both this TV show and my 7th grade History teacher (stunning Asian girl, ph-ew!). I heartily recommend it to any fans of RvB who haven't seen it. And to those of you who have, I have this simple question:

      Shenmue 3?

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    • And you are...?

      10 years ago

      SPLChamps

      I make no apologies for being an asshole to idiots. I've come up with the foolproof idiot detection system. Anybody who fails this test must be retired, Deckard-style:

      Check the idiot-to-be's debit/credit card. Have they signed the signature strip, or the magnetic strip? If they signed the signature strip, they can live. If they have signed the magnetic strip, tell them "Just bear with me for a moment." Then close the cage and release a bear on them. Simple.

      People, on the whole, smell awful. BO, piss, shit, dried out skin, feet. It's all just a common cause of stinky people. And many stinky people placed together makes...CONGRESS! HA! Political satire you can't even measure with a broom handle with equidistant notches to denote centimeters.

      Alcohol is good in a bad way. It makes me want to rape, pillage and steal. On a completely unrelated topic, I've been cast as Genghis Khan in my own gonzo movie:

      Genghis Khan: The Raping of that Hot Asian Chick Who Works At That Bar That I Like

      I barely inched Brendan Fraser out for the main role.

      As you can quite clearly ignore, I'm avoiding my [whisper] dissertation [back to proclaiming voice] by writing nonsensical gibberish on a website. Now, hold still while I advance on you.

    • Flaming Dog Poo and the Human Response

      10 years ago

      SPLChamps

      AKA, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

      Let's get past a few givens. The first level with Darth Vader is excellent. The levels with The Apprentice, however, are not. Aiming with force grip is awful at best, but we can look past that as the force powers are all brilliantly realised and the graphics, while slightly matted at times and with just the right amount of distracting pop-up, are very enjoyable.

      But here's the problem, why the hell is there a "Force Power" bar? That is so last-gen. Hell, even Lego Star Wars did away with that bullshit. In fact, I'd go as far as saying Lego Star Wars is the only Star Wars video game that adequately channels the spirit of the original films, not just because it's based on them. It's simple, easy and fun. The Force Unleashed, however, is not.

      I've never seen a Rodian be able to block a lightsaber with a gatling gun. But hey, who's to say Rodian didn't discover cortosis between episodes III and IV? Well, me. They didn't. It's crap.

      I've never seen a Jedi so repulsively stupid as The Apprentice. When walking about the garbage level, he randomly died. I thought it was a one-off glitch. Turns out he consistently randomly dies. Whether is be walking past a dead Jawa or coming back from a cutscene to see him falling to his doom, there is no limit to this "Sith's" stupidity. Why not just keep it Vader?

      Here's the good news. Due to corporate loopholes, aka a Zaavi Gift Card, I bought this game for only £10. Here's the bad news, it was £10 I could have spent getting a hobo to kick my ass. At least then I'd be spending my time better.

    • Rants Are Fun

      10 years ago

      SPLChamps

      As the new thread I made indicate, I am not a fan of Orange Walks. They incite feelings that nobody should feel.

      That aside, maybe it's time to update the ol' infosphere. I am still working at Morrisons. I am writing my dissertation on the Auteurship of Michael Bay, titled Ultimate Bayhem!. I am going out with a (soon to be) second year nursing student called Fii. I still love that picture of Brad Pitt looking like that coolest bastard to even inhale nicotine. I miss the comradeship of this site and wish I could come back, big style. I still get depressed. I still get low. I still write pointless songs and profanity-filled stories to enrich my dirty vocabulary. I came up with the insult "cum-dangler" when referring to a customer the other day. Feel free to use it.

      And most of all, I can't wait for The Dark Knight. Only a couple of weeks to go.

      That's the end of this one for now.

    • The July 12th Demonstrations: Your $0.02

      in Forums > The July 12th Demonstrations: Your $0.02 | Follow this topic

      SPLChamps

      Being from the other side of a very wide pond, I imagine the terms "Orange Walk", "The Troubles" and "July 12th" mean very little to Americans, Canadians or even the occasional legal Mexican. But here in Glasgow (and Britain in general, but Glasgow is probably the city with the biggest of these problems outside of the island of Ireland) we are faced with a once-yearly "demonstration" by members of the Protestant Orange Order. It's about time I got this part out of the way: I have been raised within an Irish Catholic family. My grandparents were/are devout Catholics and the devotion grows as the generations spread all the way back to Ireland. I, however, am a staunch originalist. If you've never heard that term before, it's because I just made it up. I don't identify myself with major religions and take pride solely in my cultural heritage and pride in the long Irish history the Duffin family name has enjoyed. I love Ireland, as much as I love Scotland. I do not define myself by my religious upbringing but by my cultural upbringing. Two parents who worked their way out of working class Glasgow to become very successful.

      That's the context of the issue to me. But here's the major topic of discussion. April - August is usually a period of demonstration by Orange Order members in which they gather together, wear their Sunday best and march. These demonstrations reach their climax on July 12th, a date which signifies the Battle of the Boyne in 1690, when the forces of William of Orange defeated the Jacobites of James VII/II. Most of these men (and some women) who march are getting on in years. They aren't young, not even close to once being young. Theirs is a different perspective. Just as my grandfather hits out with bigoted comments over separate issues due to his harsh youth being abused for being Catholic, I would not hold it against a man doing the same if he were a member of the Orange Order. I don't agree with it, but it's a different generation and lets move on with it. The issue I raise is the involvement of the youth sector and the inevitable link to Celtic and Rangers, the local football teams.

      Having been stuck watching the walks, I have felt dumbstruck by the heavy presence of Rangers jerseys. In fact, it is a disgusting majority of non-members who wear the colours as if Orange Membership is the same as a Rangers season ticket. These are not the "proud old men celebrating their order". They are hate-mongerers, dishing out and inviting bigotry and sectarianism and keeping up the tenuous link between Rangers and Orange Protestantism. I feel deeply, deeply offended by the walks in the first place, but it's not my place to condemn a person for celebrating their heritage just as I do (crawling into a few pints of Guiness, of an evening or two) but I feel like these demonstrations are no longer a celebration. I feel they are an attempt to show power, to show uniformity and to show unity in hatred. I feel they incite feelings of offense more than pride. I feel they are here only to have one over on the Catholics. I feel upset every time I see either myself or any group of people forced to stop at an intersection for 5 minutes while they walk by, as if marching to war they have never had the chance to fight. I feel dumbfounded by the age we live in and the country we live in being bossed around by bigots and bullies, only interested in forcing themselves down everyone's throats. I am not a Catholic. But I feel disgusted every time i see the walks and wish they would stop, once and for all.

      Now, to those of you who know and don't know, what are your thoughts? Are these demonstrations "just celebrations of heritage" ? Or are they a celebration of 300+ years of oppressive victory?

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    • Video Games: Duffin's Phenomenon

      in Forums > Video Games: Duffin's Phenomenon | Follow this topic

      SPLChamps

      Ok, so I should start by saying the following:

      As you can tell by my presence on this website, I love video games. Love 'em like a cold beer on a hot Christmas morning.

      However, in the past few weeks I've been playing a few (mostly sports games, admittedly) and it seems to me that...they're just fucking me about. Par example, today I was playing Top Spin 3 on 360 (it's a tennis game, for you uneducated swine) and my player's attributes were almost akin to my opponents, however he was able to pull of incredible shots that I just couldn't do. Apparently, energy and stamina make a difference to me but not him. I came to the conclusion that my 360 has a SkyNet like mind of its own and is just becoming self-aware enough to change things so it can win no matter what.

      That's fine. It's just one game on one system. But it isn't! Pro-Evolution Soccer 2008 on the PS2 and I hit 20 shots in a game, score once, get kicked to hell and draw 1-1. Next game, same opponents (league then cup), same stats, 4-0 victory for me.

      But that's fine. It's just consoles. But it isn't!!! Football Manager 2008 on the Mac and I hit 20 shots in a game and lose 1-0 to shit opponents. Next game, SAME TEAM, 8-0!!!!

      But that's fine, it's just sports games. BUT IT ISN'T!!!! Assassin's Creed, I'm just walking about, get pushed by a retard and all of a sudden I'm getting cut to pieces by a guard. GAH!!!

      Now I know all about "Difficulty" settings and "challenging yourself" and all that shite, but really, there is a point where it just becomes so bleeding obvious that this machine just doesn't WANT me to win. Or maybe I'm paranoid.

      I realise this seems like a rant, which is a fair point, but here is my question to the rest of you:

      Do you ever see situations like this arise from video games, where there is a metaphorical glass ceiling retarding your excellence? Or are you just the greatest gamer of all time and never struggle not once ever? Also, are there particular genres/consoles/platforms/titles that provide a greater degree of this phenomenon (I'm naming it Duffin's Phenomenon, hence the title)? Also, is Ninja Gaiden the hardest game ever?

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    • Bonjour

      10 years ago

      SPLChamps

      Time to meet my friend, PAIN! My leg hurts. And I hate my job. How are you?

    • Return of the Mac

      10 years ago

      SPLChamps

      Once again, I've fallen hard.

      "Eulogy" by Ben Kenney is a must hear, particularly while drunk and stoned.

      Amsterdam is a must visit, particularly while drunk and stoned.

      Girls are a must flirt, particularly while drunk but not stoned.

      Indiana Jones is out in a week, and Dark Knight in a month and a half. Anyone who utters a syllable, either positive or negative about either, will die. Hard.

      As I said, I've falled hard. She's beautiful. And I'm both drunk and stoned. Woo. Go me.

      If I could do one thing without practicing, it's juggle planets.

  • Comments (551)

    • the_bloke

      9 years ago

      Dude, your sister is seriously hot!!!

    • KaliYuga

      9 years ago

      You always arrive at the precise moment when I need you. You're like Superman, or Tyler Durden or something... I'm leaning more towards the 'something' part. <3

      Seriously, your comments ALWAYS make my day. <333

    • katti

      9 years ago

      Yeah of course, why else would we be behaving like this?

    • katti

      9 years ago

      Yes! That is fascinating, how looking at space is like looking backwards in time.
      Well, looking at this computer screen is like looking back in time, fractionally. Ooh, think about that.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Your place is cooler? Or my place is cooler? Or is it just when we meet online randomly that makes whatever site we're on (namely RvB) cool? I'm so confused, it's just not fair. In fact, it's almost depressing.

      It's good to hear that things are going well, or that you're doing good, or whatever the hell the positive thing you said was.... Shit. I gotta stop with the late-night caffeine and not sleeping binges.

      Tell me something interesting, preferably something about you or your life of late that will make me feel like I"m not totally wasting my time on an internet forum site. Please?

    • glassxblower

      10 years ago

      i'm glad jews are in now because for the past... well... almost entire past.... they've been pretty much frowned upon...

      and why yes, i'm back in actio, son!

      OR SO I HOPE!

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      I miss you.

      I miss you so much I can't ejaculate. It's just not the same without you here.

    • the_bloke

      10 years ago

      how many times have you gone gay for brad?

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Birthday is the 30th, you won't be stabbed for forgetting. I can't remember birthdays very well. And for some reason, I am having trouble remembering yours. Damn.

      Staying up all night is an interesting hobby, if you have nothing to do the next day then it's quite amusing. However, I do agree, you need a hobby that will get you out of the house or something. Still, I shouldn't preach, I don't have any hobbies anymore.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      You could keep going if you want. However, the only problem is that it can be used as blackmail against you at a later point in time. Not by me, of course, I like you far too much for that. But it's a warning that must be uttered nonetheless.

      Someone is convinced I am a moron. I'm just not sure who.

      <3

      Now I need a secretary for my office....

    • mogulus

      10 years ago

      so much of what you say is true, but alot more is probably a lie. in the interests of self preservation and outright hillarity, i'm inclined to believe you. now don't hit me.

      having the conversation with the man the other day, he dropped your name. he's after you. and when he finds you, he'll be asking one question.

      do you have my toe?

      i didn't tell him anything i swear. and what he did wasn't wrong. it was just a couple children. the bus was already on fire when he got there.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Mark, I have a desktop in my room and the laptop.

      So yes, I can have sex in my office.

      Now if only I had someone to have sex with. /sad

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Yeah, my laser sight is messed up.

      Sorry.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      I MISS YOU, DAMMIT!

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Hey! to be fair, I only have 4 different hoodies, 2 of which have zippers and I only wear them all the damned time because I"m cold... all the damn time. Honestly, I think I wore that reddish maroon one almost all freakin' summer last year, except when we were in the middle of 44 degree weather. That was yucky.

      And the knives... well, I only have knives when I'm cooking in the kitchen... But I have swords now. Seriously. And I'm getting one more... a full tang Musashi blade... It's a replica from Bleach, but I think it's sexy. The rectangular tsuba and the blood line on the blade were the selling points. It has nothing to do with the fact that it's full tang, usable in a fight, sharp, or high carbon steel. I mean, honestly, it's a low end Musashi blade, so it wouldn't be a terrible shame if I sullied the blade with some blood. xD

      My hair is blonde and boring right now. It makes me sad. *sniffle*

      I discovered a new recipe that I thought was lovely -- fresh strawberry dessert scones. Why was I not informed of the deliciousness of scones prior to tonight when I made them for the first time ever? Granted, these are probably Americanized scones because I got the recipe out of one of my mum's cookbooks, but damned if they weren't tasty. smiley0.gif

      And the procrastination isn't me per se... just a perk to not having any energy or tolerance for people and their uselessness anymore. Oh, and also the hedonistic side of me.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      You can stroke my keyboard anytime. Unless you still want me to totally stab you, we can do that too.

      Doing nothing is the most laziest form of hedonism, so kudos.

      I'm okay, procrastinating what I should be doing, you know the usual.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Ah, yes, the dreaded university exams and essays and all that fun shite. I'm sorry. Would e-hugs make it less painful to endure?

      The almighty Kraken? That's an excellent fighter name... I don't have a fighter name. But I'd rather not fight. So, let's not.

      How much are you sleeping? 'cause you should probably attempt to get a little more than you already aren't... because... well, not sleeping makes one ill. I should know. I'm suffering. Damnable stomach.

      Don't worry, I seem to know you better than to let your off-colour comments bother me, and also your evil dry wit that is brought out worse when you don't sleep. It doesn't bother me.

      But go sleep, dammit.

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Well honestly, if we turn half my house into a slaughterhouse, we can render all the fat... and also, you know, insomnia brings out the best in us.

      For the record, I don't read trashy novels... I just read your mind like one. And then I burn it, because that's what I'd do to trashy novels. I must be a Nazi. /sarcasm

      Knee-deep in work? I pray it's not some sort of sewage removal business is it? 'Cause that'd be bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase. smiley0.gif

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      I share that sentiment.

      Surviving. Oi. And the poor and bored. Yeah, that pretty much sums up my life too.

      No, I've only got one job right now but the pay is shite and it's still that same retail job, so you can imagine how much fun I have there dealing with idiots and jackasses all day. It's like every place is hiring but no one wants to hire me. It's strange, but whatever. I'm surviving. And not sleeping much lately... actually it's been probably 6 months since I've had a proper night's sleep except for last Sunday when I was so sick that all I did was sleep... but now I can't sleep again. Insomnia is fun...

      Wanna go make soap?

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      I like my steak bleeding.

      And I eat it in front of her too. I don't care, she's not depriving me of it.

      Hell, I like Gyu, which is raw steak sushi. *shrugs*

      She's all 'save the animals' and 'eating animals is wrong 'cause they have feelings'... but I can sit here and argue religious reasons why that's idiotic... and I have... it's fun to live in a madhouse.

      How's life?

    • KaliYuga

      10 years ago

      Hah! Oh my God, i love you.

      And I missed you.

      I couldn't turn half my house into a slaughterhouse and you know why? Bari has gone vegan. Yessir, my 14 year old sister is all about saving the freakin' animals.

      Vegan of all things. x_x

    • J08

      11 years ago

      Hey Champs its Peagis, back from the grave. How have you been?

    • DarthMario95

      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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      11 years ago

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    • Phoenix

      11 years ago

      Except more Australian :P

    • katti

      11 years ago

      Wow, that was very insightful, 'Mr Duffin'. However I think you are an accidental boy - a rare exeption. I am sure boys are only meant to have one line of thinking about girls, that being 'If she's hot enough I'll get off with her' and upon reaching their goal, they get bored and think the same thing of someone else. That is how it works, I am sure of it.

      For his type, anyway. He does not need cajones to kiss girls. Any girl would willingly kiss him. And being Accidental Boy, I'm sure you would too.

    • DaxxonFord

      11 years ago

      sup?

    • Phoenix

      11 years ago

      Heh, I was going to message you a little while ago when he scored a hat trick, and then again when I read about the AC game :)

      I don't really have much of an opinion... I think don't think we can win anything this year without someone in charge that knows what they are doing :-/

    • KaliYuga

      11 years ago

      Never stops huh? I think you oughta see a doctor about that, love. Could become a serious medical concern one day.

    • KaliYuga

      11 years ago

      You know, I wanted to make a snide and sarcastic remark in return to your sarcastic pregnancy remark, but I can't.

      What the fuck? That can't be a good sign. It's noon here, I'm wide awake, caffeinated, and I actually managed to sleep for more than 4 hours... So what's wrong with me? I think I might be losing my edge here, Mark. And that really scares me. I mean, I'm still sarcastic as ever but I can't make a snappy comeback to that!

      It's your fault I say. Not sure how, but somehow you've destroyed whatever it was that made me... insane.

      And now I"m having massive deja vu over this post because I swear to God this has all happened before, right down to the me blaming you for my lucidity.

    • katti

      11 years ago

      A rattlesnake farm with posers?

      Feeling even less better, now.

      Will you teach me how to be a rattlesnake?

    • katti

      11 years ago

      Er... the one which played when I clicked on the link. I only do what you tell me to, you know. I'll listen to the rest if you ask me!

      Also, I can't sleep

      xxx

    • katti

      11 years ago

      Lmao! You're comments always start out making sense...
      I know kind of what you mean though ... I think ... so er, thanks! You are definately right about one thing though - I do taste good! smiley8.gif

    • Phoenix

      11 years ago

      Haha, good to hear :)

    • Phoenix

      11 years ago

      I am indeed a Celtic fan :)

    • Phoenix

      11 years ago

      Really? Thats awesome!

      Oh, and Bobby Petta is looking awesome in the pre-season :)

      New A-League starts this weekend. Adelaide won the preseason cup again... :)

    • Phoenix

      11 years ago

      Hehe, nah mate. Just teasing the missus ;)

      She doesn't want me to get one, so I threaten her with it anytime I want to get something my way ;)

    • crazymofo007

      11 years ago

      no worries, my life is very much the same.

    • crazymofo007

      11 years ago

      not al all. we were friends once. and I am still somewhat the same person.

    • katti

      11 years ago

      Not 'Mark' high no, but I think we're on a whole different scale to be honest :P

      I would sniff poppers for breakfast. Life has never been so funny!

    • glassxblower

      11 years ago

      I'm going to be honest here. I used to, but I sort of stopped watching cable television when I lost my remote. I haven't even watched The Colbert Report in, like, a bajillion years. :( There's just something about having to get up and actually change the channel that is really unappealing to me. Now I just sit around and listen to music all day. Occasionally I'll turn on the DVD player and watch small quantities of cable television because that remote is still around, but that's usually only when I have to set the recorder so I can record Psych or something since I'm apparently never home on Friday nights. The most I watch on TV anymore is the occasional episode of Tyra when I'm actually out of bed because, well, lol Tyra, you know? And on Wednesdays I might watch Montel because Sylvia Browne is pretty lol worthy herself. And maybe if I'm bored I'll put on Montel randomly during the week just to see if he's going to cry. Other than that, the only show I watch nightly is Conan because I love myself some Conan and all I have to do to watch it is press the power button on the TV, as my TV is usually on NBC. If I must watch TV, I try to focus on the main networks as they're all relatively close to one another. But I sure do miss the good ole days when I had a remote and watching TV was a lot easier.

    • glassxblower

      11 years ago

      Basically I've been saying this a lot and I don't know if you should trust me anymore, but HEY LOOK I'M BACK!
      Hopefully I'll commit to it this time and stop being such an asshat by disappearing for months at a time.
      Being social on the internet is hard.

    • KaliYuga

      11 years ago

      That wasn't insulting. I actually kind of miss the freak-out-over-every-little-thing Kai. The mellow Kai is nice and probably better for my health and the health of everyone around me, but the freak-out Kai was amusing.

      *shrugs* Oh well.

      That's okay, I didn't expect you to remember my birthday. It was a pointless year though.

      Ooh, that sounds like a fun job, by the way. I should look into it...

    • edagger

      11 years ago

      i can't remember
      it was late at night
      ...sorry?

    • KaliYuga

      11 years ago

      YES! That is the most awesome meltage ever. Raiders... yeah... I hadn't thought about that. And that would be a fairly suitable punishment I think.

      A week huh? That's it? I think you're losing your toucht here my dear.

      And who's to say I'd consider that punishment hmm? smiley8.gif (Yes, I remember the last MSN conversation we had, stop freaking out.)

    • KaliYuga

      11 years ago

      Bubbling goop huh? Nothing too violent? Something's wrong isn't it? Here I imagined you wanting to drop them into a pot of boiling acid or something and then obliterating any traces of their existence from the face of the planet. Oh well.

      Well, I'm gonna keep this comment short too, and I don't feel like making an excuse so you can just blame yourself. That's the Catholic thing to do. (Yes, I know that was a low blow but I'm not gonna apologize for it...)

      I'm sorry, that was uncalled for.

    • KaliYuga

      11 years ago

      <3

      I'm sorry to hear that you aren't sleeping, I know how that goes!

      Yeah, He was one of the BETTER actors in the thing. I wanted to beat the tar out of Toby and Kirsten. *grumbles*

      Granted, J.K. Simmons ALWAYS steals the show. He's absolutely perfect as J.J.J and I've been sayin' that since the first second I saw him.

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