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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Nekhrun » 08 Aug 2009 14:28

semuta wrote:Chig your albino duck is really funny

You should consult whatever New Age Xenobiology book you use and look up the meaning of albino.
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Serkanner » 08 Aug 2009 14:33

Nekhrun wrote:
semuta wrote:Chig your albino duck is really funny

You should consult whatever New Age Xenobiology book you use and look up the meaning of albino.


Everybody knows that it is a town in Italy ... duh!
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandRider » 08 Aug 2009 15:06

semuta wrote:thank you for your warm welcomes :)
some of you I know already from other dune sites
I am intrigued to discover who here can smell facedancer musk above the reek of spicy toe jam



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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandChigger » 08 Aug 2009 18:28

semuta wrote:Chig your albino duck is really funny

Huh? :roll:

I'm sorry, my spirit guides are all down in Tahiti dancing this weekend, so any messages yours are trying to transmit just aren't getting through. Sorry! :D

(How sad I feel for you. You've gone through HOW many sockpuppets in the last two or three years? You come, you spread your wacko bullshit until people get tired of it and out you for the loony fake you are and then you disappear for a while, only to pop back up again with a new name but the SAME OLE WHACK-WHACK CRAP. Say howdy to everyone on the Asstro Plain for me, OK?!)

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Freakzilla » 08 Aug 2009 20:53

Nekhrun wrote:
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Nekhrun wrote:
semuta wrote:thank you for your warm welcomes :)
some of you I know already from other dune sites
I am intrigued to discover who here can smell facedancer musk above the reek of spicy toe jam

Would a Fremen's feet stink if there was no moisture for fungus to grow?


You'd still have continually dying skin cells and the bacteria that feed on it.

But would that stink? I don't know.


It's the gasses the bacteria emit that stinks.

Um, does semuta really think that's a duck? Did he forget the sarcastic smiley? My three-year-old girl knows it's a bunny.
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandChigger » 09 Aug 2009 01:06

She is both cute and perceptive. :P

No, Holy Semuta No(Just)Mad probably thinks it's a Masonic symbol of the highest of Solomonic Mysteries ... the recipe for tasty Welsh rarebit!

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Hunchback Jack » 09 Aug 2009 02:11

Freakzilla wrote:Um, does semuta really think that's a duck? Did he forget the sarcastic smiley? My three-year-old girl knows it's a bunny.


I think he was sarcastically alluding to this.

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandChigger » 09 Aug 2009 05:15

That's clever. Never seen it before. :D

Of course, my avatar isn't close enough to the illustration for any normal person to be able to see a duck in it. ;P

Poor drug-fried semuta, sunny side up... :(

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Nekhrun » 09 Aug 2009 09:00

:lol: I had that poster in my room when I was in 4th grade!
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Postby SandChigger » 09 Aug 2009 09:19

I had it in my rooms/apartments at college. :D

I think my mom gave it to me. :shock:

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Freakzilla » 09 Aug 2009 11:35

Man, I want to smoke one out of HIS bag!
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Rakis » 09 Aug 2009 21:47

Pass it over here... :obscene-smokingjoint:
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby inhuien » 11 Aug 2009 04:27

hihihi semuta :)
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Frybread » 12 Aug 2009 15:43

semuta wrote:occasional lurker on this site...
finding time now to step in from the desert mirage
greetings all

my opinion of the Duniverse is that Frank knew exactly what he was doing, and wrote 6 awesome books.
the dune associated novels written by other authors, aren't even worth talking about.

look forward to discussing the finer points of the duniverse, all the usual tasty conversational stoppers scattered around dune forums... how did scytale freeze darts to below 600 degrees kelvin, who are daniel & marty, is Leto the QH & how infinite was his prescience, do fremen have smelly feet, etc etc.


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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 16:32

Rakis wrote:Pass it over here... :obscene-smokingjoint:


Rakis, please would you be kind enough to explain the story, if there is one, associated with the picture of a construction around a central Sun that is on your posts. I ask because I have been seeing visions of a very similar thing for a few years, I have been writing a great amount about it. This is a genuine request.
That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Nekhrun » 13 Aug 2009 17:34

semuta wrote:
Rakis wrote:Pass it over here... :obscene-smokingjoint:


Rakis, please would you be kind enough to explain the story, if there is one, associated with the picture of a construction around a central Sun that is on your posts. I ask because I have been seeing visions of a very similar thing for a few years, I have been writing a great amount about it. This is a genuine request.

I can explain it.

You are sharing a soul and the universe is trying to reconnect you on the astral plane. :ugeek:
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandChigger » 13 Aug 2009 17:37

Or the asshole plane. :P

semuta wrote:I have been seeing visions of a very similar thing for a few years, I have been writing a great amount about it. This is a genuine request.

Any whales from ... where the fuck were they from again? ... in those vision/dreams? :P

Nutjob. :roll:

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 19:15

SandChigger wrote:Hey, Omph, I think you're right, Rakis Holy Nomad is New Face Dancer. Siaynoq! I believe! :lol:


Rakis Holy Nomad never posted as New Face Dancer. I don't recall even having read any of NFD's posts although I remember seeing the name around somewhere. They are two different people. That's the truth of it. Sorry to disappoint.

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 19:18

Nekhrun wrote:You are sharing a soul and the universe is trying to reconnect you on the astral plane.


I have seen stuff like this. People who disbelieve should get a life outside their computers for a while. There is a lot happening out there. Things that might even stretch your imagination to accept that we don't already know it all. Enshallah. Or as the local spelling police would have it, Inshallah.
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandChigger » 13 Aug 2009 20:37

How do you say "Fuck you and the camel you fucked last night!" in Egyptian Arabic? :)

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Nekhrun » 13 Aug 2009 21:22

semuta wrote:
Nekhrun wrote:You are sharing a soul and the universe is trying to reconnect you on the astral plane.


I have seen stuff like this. People who disbelieve should get a life outside their computers for a while. There is a lot happening out there. Things that might even stretch your imagination to accept that we don't already know it all.

Totally, I have a ton of stories about spirits watching over me when I was a baby and my mom feeling my lifeforce enter her body.
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 21:41

what the...? wow thats a little bit close to acceptance for my liking... I'm out of here....
:D j/k
thanks you guys.
I have similar memories Nekhrun.
Thats why I like Dune forums... full of interesting people who know the score.
Thanks for those great links Sandrider...
ok if Im not around for a few days you know where I will be :D
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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby Hunchback Jack » 13 Aug 2009 21:49

:shock:

(Checks URL to make sure he's still reading Jacurutu)

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Re: subakh ul kuhar

Postby SandChigger » 13 Aug 2009 22:04

semuta wrote:I have similar memories Nekhrun.

But of course. :roll:

Thats why I like Dune forums... full of interesting people who know the score.

Usually something like

Wingnuts: 0 Others: 10

right? :)


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