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    Postby Robspierre » 21 Feb 2008 10:46

    OI!! I was promised whisky and women if I signed up??? I demand what is mine!!!!!!


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    Postby GamePlayer » 21 Feb 2008 11:03

    *Mandy throws whiskey bottle at Robspierre's head, knocking him unconscious*

    Consider yourself initiated :)
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    Postby Mandy » 21 Feb 2008 12:12

    Woohoo! :D

    It is a sausage fest here, isn't it?
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    Postby SandChigger » 21 Feb 2008 12:28

    I'm decidedly dubious about one whisky bottle being enough to do the job.
    I have heard of only one mistake that doesn’t have an explanation for a careful reader...with an open mind. (And, no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) —KJA

    I don't like every writer's style; for instance, I have never been able to get through Ursula LeGuin, China Mieville, or Iain Banks, all of whom are critical darlings. —KJA

    I...had written a bunch of Star Wars and X-Files books...that proved not just that I'm a hack, but that I could write in somebody else's universe... —KJA
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    Postby Mandy » 21 Feb 2008 12:37

    Depends on how hard I throw it.
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    Postby GamePlayer » 21 Feb 2008 13:00

    Mandy wrote:Woohoo! :D

    It is a sausage fest here, isn't it?


    Fandom in general lacks women, even my beloved film fandom. Such is life :(
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    Postby chanilover » 21 Feb 2008 13:26

    GamePlayer wrote:
    Mandy wrote:Woohoo! :D

    It is a sausage fest here, isn't it?


    Fandom in general lacks women, even my beloved film fandom. Such is life :(


    One of the forums I'm a member of has a fair share of women. They're out there on the net, but most of them probably don't want to hang around where you do.
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    Postby GamePlayer » 21 Feb 2008 13:39

    chanilover wrote:They're out there on the net, but most of them probably don't want to hang around where you do.


    Gee, thanks chanil. You're all heart :P
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    Postby Robspierre » 21 Feb 2008 20:19

    GamePlayer wrote:
    Mandy wrote:Woohoo! :D

    It is a sausage fest here, isn't it?


    Fandom in general lacks women, even my beloved film fandom. Such is life :(


    Anime seems to do better than the other fandom's, though seeing a 50 something male with a beer keg belly in Sailor Moon outfit is enough to make me want to want to attend church.....

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    Postby GamePlayer » 21 Feb 2008 21:15

    Robspierre wrote:Anime seems to do better than the other fandom's, though seeing a 50 something male with a beer keg belly in Sailor Moon outfit is enough to make me want to want to attend church.....

    Rob


    Film fandom is by far the best, at least in my own experience. Most are semi-normal and at least know what a bar of soap is, even if their sense of style resembles a car crash. The one anime/video game girl I did date was plenty of fun, but not exactly what one would call relationship material :(
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    Postby Robspierre » 22 Feb 2008 00:48

    Mandy wrote:Woohoo! :D

    It is a sausage fest here, isn't it?



    Links or patty's?
    :twisted:


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    Postby Mandy » 22 Feb 2008 13:46

    I'm thinking links :)
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    Postby Tyrant » 23 Feb 2008 15:50

    Mandy wrote:I'm thinking links :)


    ok..i cant take it anymore..who is the female on your avatar
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    Postby GamePlayer » 23 Feb 2008 16:00

    For shame Tyrant! That's Tricia Helfer, the infamous Number 6 from Battlestar Galactica. A very fine looking Canadian :)
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    Postby Tyrant » 23 Feb 2008 16:06

    GamePlayer wrote:For shame Tyrant! That's Tricia Helfer, the infamous Number 6 from Battlestar Galactica. A very fine looking Canadian :)


    ahh..i see..thanks...havent seen any battlestar though (is she always so pokey?..i mean i have some diamonds that need cut)....ive heard good things about it though...guess i need to expand my world of nerdom
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    Postby GamePlayer » 23 Feb 2008 22:37

    I hate television. I don't watch it. But I've gone out of my way to watch all three seasons of Battlestar Galactica (2004) on DVD and via the internet because it's so good. It's one show that I'd recommend to any genre fan.

    And yes, Tricia is always fine looking and very "alert", ahem... :)
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    Postby SandChigger » 24 Feb 2008 05:53

    Does anyone ever use the word "pert" in any other context? ;)
    I have heard of only one mistake that doesn’t have an explanation for a careful reader...with an open mind. (And, no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) —KJA

    I don't like every writer's style; for instance, I have never been able to get through Ursula LeGuin, China Mieville, or Iain Banks, all of whom are critical darlings. —KJA

    I...had written a bunch of Star Wars and X-Files books...that proved not just that I'm a hack, but that I could write in somebody else's universe... —KJA
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    Postby Nekhrun » 24 Feb 2008 08:34

    Just for that and shampoo.
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    Postby SandChigger » 24 Feb 2008 10:29

    Oops, forgot about the shampoo! ;)
    I have heard of only one mistake that doesn’t have an explanation for a careful reader...with an open mind. (And, no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) —KJA

    I don't like every writer's style; for instance, I have never been able to get through Ursula LeGuin, China Mieville, or Iain Banks, all of whom are critical darlings. —KJA

    I...had written a bunch of Star Wars and X-Files books...that proved not just that I'm a hack, but that I could write in somebody else's universe... —KJA
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    Postby Nekhrun » 24 Feb 2008 13:34

    It's easy to forget when you don't need it anymore. :wink:
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    Postby Omphalos » 24 Feb 2008 13:57

    Nekhrun wrote:It's easy to forget when you don't need it anymore. :wink:


    :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    Postby SandChigger » 25 Feb 2008 00:53

    WELCOME TO MY (S)HITLIST. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
    I have heard of only one mistake that doesn’t have an explanation for a careful reader...with an open mind. (And, no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) —KJA

    I don't like every writer's style; for instance, I have never been able to get through Ursula LeGuin, China Mieville, or Iain Banks, all of whom are critical darlings. —KJA

    I...had written a bunch of Star Wars and X-Files books...that proved not just that I'm a hack, but that I could write in somebody else's universe... —KJA
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    Postby Phaedrus » 25 Feb 2008 01:36

    SandChigger wrote:WELCOME TO MY (S)HITLIST. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


    I would be offended if I were to discover that I'm not on that list.
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    Postby SandChigger » 25 Feb 2008 07:00

    BE OFFENDED THEN! AH! HAHAHAHAHA! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


    :shock:

    I do believe that I have been channeling Sloey's id.

    HEPP ME! :shock:


    (I have to admit, Nekhrun, I had a good laugh when I saw that this afternoon. :D

    My joking about losing my hair isn't a coping mechanism, btw. I can't wait for the rest of it to go, honest!)
    I have heard of only one mistake that doesn’t have an explanation for a careful reader...with an open mind. (And, no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) —KJA

    I don't like every writer's style; for instance, I have never been able to get through Ursula LeGuin, China Mieville, or Iain Banks, all of whom are critical darlings. —KJA

    I...had written a bunch of Star Wars and X-Files books...that proved not just that I'm a hack, but that I could write in somebody else's universe... —KJA
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    Postby Nekhrun » 25 Feb 2008 09:45

    SandChigger wrote:My joking about losing my hair isn't a coping mechanism, btw. I can't wait for the rest of it to go, honest!)

    I understand. Last year when I noticed "the thinning" I shaved my head. I never wanted to be one of those guys who had to hang on to every last hair. I actually think it's made me even more intimidating to my co-workers. I knew it would someday happen so I enjoyed my locks when I had them. :cry:
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