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digitus impudicus



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,03:15   

yes, the Elise is something of an automotive nirvana.

at least for on road stuff.

for off road roads, one must really go to the old Land Rovers...

  
Quack



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,03:20   

Well now beat this:
My first car was one like this:

Back in Norway, I learned it was called 'hobo in tuxedo'

Best car buy I ever made must have been a ten years old Hillman Minx in 1967. Do I detect the glint of a tear in Louis' eye?



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Reciprocating Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,06:17   

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Tell me, Joe. Have you ever done a calculation?

He sure has! Behold!

You guys remember Joe bragging about his security clearance and his basement laboratory stocked with all sorts of whiz-bang equipment?

Well, I have heard from a reliable source that he just took delivery of his brand new CSI calculator.


I still have trouble believing those things can actually bake shit.

Err - Why would you want to?

Umm, I imagine if you're a child, it could seem like a good idea. That's sort of the point of the toy, right?

It's gonna be tough baking anything with a pair of mini-florescents.

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rhmc



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,08:47   

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Tell me, Joe. Have you ever done a calculation?

He sure has! Behold!

You guys remember Joe bragging about his security clearance and his basement laboratory stocked with all sorts of whiz-bang equipment?

Well, I have heard from a reliable source that he just took delivery of his brand new CSI calculator.


I still have trouble believing those things can actually bake shit.

Err - Why would you want to?

Umm, I imagine if you're a child, it could seem like a good idea. That's sort of the point of the toy, right?

It's gonna be tough baking anything with a pair of mini-florescents.

that won't matter, the recipe is a dud anyway.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,08:54   

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Tell me, Joe. Have you ever done a calculation?

He sure has! Behold!

You guys remember Joe bragging about his security clearance and his basement laboratory stocked with all sorts of whiz-bang equipment?

Well, I have heard from a reliable source that he just took delivery of his brand new CSI calculator.


I still have trouble believing those things can actually bake shit.

Err - Why would you want to?

Umm, I imagine if you're a child, it could seem like a good idea. That's sort of the point of the toy, right?

It's gonna be tough baking anything with a pair of mini-florescents.

Just to be clear, are you talking about Joe or the Easy Bake oven?

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fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,13:05   

From what I've read GI Joe's already baked.


Ba-dump bump.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,14:05   

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Tell me, Joe. Have you ever done a calculation?

He sure has! Behold!

You guys remember Joe bragging about his security clearance and his basement laboratory stocked with all sorts of whiz-bang equipment?

Well, I have heard from a reliable source that he just took delivery of his brand new CSI calculator.


I still have trouble believing those things can actually bake shit.

Err - Why would you want to?

Umm, I imagine if you're a child, it could seem like a good idea. That's sort of the point of the toy, right?

It's gonna be tough baking anything with a pair of mini-florescents.

Just to be clear, are you talking about Joe or the Easy Bake oven?

Easy-bake. No wait...Joe?  No, no: definitely the Easy-bake.

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didymos



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 27 2010,14:06   

Quote (fnxtr @ Feb. 27 2010,11:05)
From what I've read GI Joe's already baked.


Ba-dump bump.

Here ya go:

http://www.instantrimshot.com/

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I wouldn't be bothered reading about the selfish gene because it has never been identified. -- Denyse O'Leary, professional moron
Again "how much". I don't think that's a good way to be quantitative.-- gpuccio

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 28 2010,13:13   

So where did the little wimp go?  He's too scared to answer questions?  

You know, a couple dozen posts of screaming and cursing (and a rant about how badass his POS car is) and nothing.  

1) Is this the best Dembski's team has?
2) If he's a Christian, then he has greatly supported my thoughts about that particular sub-species known as the Xian fundie.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 28 2010,14:23   

Shot this a while back in the parking lot at school, on the back of an old 80s model rust-bucket station wagon. Thought I'd share.



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Nice Truck, by LouFCD on Flickr.


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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 28 2010,14:42   

Quote (OgreMkV @ Feb. 28 2010,13:13)
So where did the little wimp go? He's too scared to answer questions?

You know, a couple dozen posts of screaming and cursing (and a rant about how badass his POS car is) and nothing.

1) Is this the best Dembski's team has?
2) If he's a Christian, then he has greatly supported my thoughts about that particular sub-species known as the Xian fundie.

I thought he was claiming to be a Muslim or something?  IIRC, it was to prove that ID is less of a niche idiocy than we otherwise would suppose.

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Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,11:18   

Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,11:19   

Quote (Quack @ Feb. 27 2010,08:20)
Well now beat this:
My first car was one like this:

Back in Norway, I learned it was called 'hobo in tuxedo'

Best car buy I ever made must have been a ten years old Hillman Minx in 1967. Do I detect the glint of a tear in Louis' eye?


Sadly the Hillman Minx was before my time, even though it was a lovely* vehicle.

Louis

*Lovely doesn't necessarily mean it worked!

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Quack



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,11:38   

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Sadly the Hillman Minx was before my time, even though it was a lovely* vehicle.

Louis

*Lovely doesn't necessarily mean it worked!

I thought so. But I drove it for two years without a hitch and with the then new-fangled radial tires it was a dream to drive - for that time in history at least.

It had leather upholstery, what we called a 'sofa seat' and a column mounted gear shift handle.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,12:47   

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Sadly the Hillman Minx was before my time, even though it was a lovely* vehicle.

Louis

*Lovely doesn't necessarily mean it worked!

I thought so. But I drove it for two years without a hitch and with the then new-fangled radial tires it was a dream to drive - for that time in history at least.

It had leather upholstery, what we called a 'sofa seat' and a column mounted gear shift handle.

I miss bench seats. So many lost opportunities with buckets.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,13:09   

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Sadly the Hillman Minx was before my time, even though it was a lovely* vehicle.

Louis

*Lovely doesn't necessarily mean it worked!

I thought so. But I drove it for two years without a hitch and with the then new-fangled radial tires it was a dream to drive - for that time in history at least.

It had leather upholstery, what we called a 'sofa seat' and a column mounted gear shift handle.

I miss bench seats. So many lost opportunities with buckets.

Way back in high school I had a beater 68 Plymouth Satellite with bench seats. That led to what back then we called "COD" turns for "come over darling" - a hard right hand corner so your girlfriend would end up in your lap. Also known as an "SOB" turn - "slide over babe!"

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,13:58   

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Sadly the Hillman Minx was before my time, even though it was a lovely* vehicle.

Louis

*Lovely doesn't necessarily mean it worked!

I thought so. But I drove it for two years without a hitch and with the then new-fangled radial tires it was a dream to drive - for that time in history at least.

It had leather upholstery, what we called a 'sofa seat' and a column mounted gear shift handle.

I miss bench seats. So many lost opportunities with buckets.

Way back in high school I had a beater 68 Plymouth Satellite with bench seats. That led to what back then we called "COD" turns for "come over darling" - a hard right hand corner so your girlfriend would end up in your lap. Also known as an "SOB" turn - "slide over babe!"

Sadly, my only memory of bench seats is getting stuck sitting between my parents on long trips.  Oh, the trials of being the baby of the family!

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,15:03   

The advent of bucket seats probably did more to reduce teenage pregnancies than any other single factor. ;)

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 01 2010,15:38   

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Sadly the Hillman Minx was before my time, even though it was a lovely* vehicle.

Louis

*Lovely doesn't necessarily mean it worked!

I thought so. But I drove it for two years without a hitch and with the then new-fangled radial tires it was a dream to drive - for that time in history at least.

It had leather upholstery, what we called a 'sofa seat' and a column mounted gear shift handle.

I miss bench seats. So many lost opportunities with buckets.

Way back in high school I had a beater 68 Plymouth Satellite with bench seats. That led to what back then we called "COD" turns for "come over darling" - a hard right hand corner so your girlfriend would end up in your lap. Also known as an "SOB" turn - "slide over babe!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlZvYcDLtYc

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Joe G



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,08:01   

Quote (Louis @ Mar. 01 2010,11:18)
Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

No asshole- you are still alive and I am sure you have more tard to spew.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,08:15   

Insults... you're doing them wrong.

I half expected Joe to say, 'neener, neener, neener'.  But I realized that stringing together three multi-syllable words that werent curses is beyond your cognitive capability.  

How have I tested this hypothesis?  Well, my hypothesis predicts that Joe cant walk and chew gum at the same time.  And observation has discovered a sprawling JoeG with partially masticated chewing gum lying beside him.

My hypothesis further predicts that JoeG is ugly.  The experiment was to compare JoeG with the hind end of a canine of indeterminate ancestry.  When presented to a random sample population, the majority found the dogs hind end to more aesthetically pleasing.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,08:31   

Quote (Joe G @ Mar. 02 2010,08:01)
Quote (Louis @ Mar. 01 2010,11:18)
Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

No asshole- you are still alive and I am sure you have more tard to spew.

Somewhere Pavlov is smiling.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,08:35   

Quote (OgreMkV @ Mar. 02 2010,08:15)
Insults... you're doing them wrong.

I half expected Joe to say, 'neener, neener, neener'. But I realized that stringing together three multi-syllable words that werent curses is beyond your cognitive capability.

How have I tested this hypothesis? Well, my hypothesis predicts that Joe cant walk and chew gum at the same time. And observation has discovered a sprawling JoeG with partially masticated chewing gum lying beside him.

My hypothesis further predicts that JoeG is ugly. The experiment was to compare JoeG with the hind end of a canine of indeterminate ancestry. When presented to a random sample population, the majority found the dogs hind end to more aesthetically pleasing.

What insults?

I am just making valid observations.

And yes I am ugly- so what?

At least I am not as moronic as you.

I can get plastic surgery but you will always be a fucking retard.

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Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t

Smilodon's Retreat is a place for ignorant cowards

BTW: Joe, our position (i.e. evolution) does NOT require that there existed a species of ape-humans with 47 chromosomes.-Kevin McCarthy, ignorant of genetics

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,08:36   

Quote (KCdgw @ Mar. 02 2010,08:31)
Quote (Joe G @ Mar. 02 2010,08:01)
Quote (Louis @ Mar. 01 2010,11:18)
Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

No asshole- you are still alive and I am sure you have more tard to spew.

Somewhere Pavlov is smiling.

Smiling AT you-, you ding-a-ling

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Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t

Smilodon's Retreat is a place for ignorant cowards

BTW: Joe, our position (i.e. evolution) does NOT require that there existed a species of ape-humans with 47 chromosomes.-Kevin McCarthy, ignorant of genetics

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,11:33   

Quote (Joe G @ Mar. 02 2010,08:35)
Quote (OgreMkV @ Mar. 02 2010,08:15)
Insults... you're doing them wrong.

I half expected Joe to say, 'neener, neener, neener'. But I realized that stringing together three multi-syllable words that werent curses is beyond your cognitive capability.

How have I tested this hypothesis? Well, my hypothesis predicts that Joe cant walk and chew gum at the same time. And observation has discovered a sprawling JoeG with partially masticated chewing gum lying beside him.

My hypothesis further predicts that JoeG is ugly. The experiment was to compare JoeG with the hind end of a canine of indeterminate ancestry. When presented to a random sample population, the majority found the dogs hind end to more aesthetically pleasing.

What insults?

I am just making valid observations.

And yes I am ugly- so what?

At least I am not as moronic as you.

I can get plastic surgery but you will always be a fucking retard.

The prosecution rests.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,12:00   

Quote (Joe G @ Mar. 02 2010,13:01)
Quote (Louis @ Mar. 01 2010,11:18)
Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

No asshole- you are still alive and I am sure you have more tard to spew.

I spout tard? Oh no no no little doggie. You have that entirely backwards, still, your attempt at projection is noted. And stupid.

Tell me little doggie, will you bark for me some more? Perhaps you'll try to hump someone's leg. Come on pooch, yap yap, jump and yap.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,12:02   

Quote (Joe G @ Mar. 02 2010,08:36)
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Quote (Louis @ Mar. 01 2010,11:18)
Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

No asshole- you are still alive and I am sure you have more tard to spew.

Somewhere Pavlov is smiling.

Smiling AT you-, you ding-a-ling

This is a small sample of your inability to properly insult people.  Also, it has relevance to your inability to properly construct jokes.

The response should not have been "Smiling AT you."  This would indicate that the original sentence had referenced you directly but gotten the preposition wrong.  Your emphasis of the preposition would be funny if you were in fact punning on the error (or perceived error) of the original statement.  Sadly, this is not the case.

The response should have been "Smiling at YOU."  This would indicate both your understanding that the original line was intended as a jibe at yourself and that you have some superior knowledge that allows you know the real jibe should be taken at the speaker.

This is basic stuff, Joe.  I think you have it in you to be funny.  My offer of acting and improvisation classes is still open.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,12:04   

Quote (KCdgw @ Mar. 02 2010,13:31)
Quote (Joe G @ Mar. 02 2010,08:01)
Quote (Louis @ Mar. 01 2010,11:18)
Has the tardgasm finished? Is Joe sitting somewhere all sweaty and flushed after his tardsturbation?

If so, the Drama Llama has paid the Richard Dawkins Forums a visit. Watch the internets melt down over there. At least it's a more articulate -gasm of some species than Joe's outpourings.

Louis

No asshole- you are still alive and I am sure you have more tard to spew.

Somewhere Pavlov is smiling.

Lol shhhhhhh the doggie doesn't understand, don't give the game away. The doggie is too stupid to do anything but spew tard, drop turds and yap ineffectually. Letting it know about Pavlov will give it ideas above it's station. It isn't an experimental subject, it's a chew toy.

I shouldn't be amused by poking it with a stick, but dammit it *is* kinda funny. I know, I know, it makes me a bad person. Still, poke poke, yap yap, har har.

Louis

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Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,12:10   

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[SNIP]

My offer of acting and improvisation classes is still open.

Blipey,

Can you include washing and basic personal hygeine classes. Poochie smells. Basic literacy skills might help poor wickle poochie too. It seems to be very confused and it clearly can't understand anything.

Also, whilst I'm no product of Miss Manners' School for Not Using the Sweary Words, the little mutt can only use the word "asshole". I'm not sure if he is advocating a particular sexual preference or commenting on his own aroma, but we'd all be very grateful if you could expand his vocabulary too.

I know this is a lot of work for one person to accomplish, you will be more than compensated for your efforts from the Evil Atheist Conspiracy* Church Burning Ebola Boy Relief Fund.

Louis

*Does. Not. Exist. Helicopters. Black. Vehicles. Your location. Now. Memory. Gone.

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blipey



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 02 2010,12:19   

Well, Louis. I can get pooch to increase or decrease his use of the asshole stratagem, but have never gotten him to expand his area of operation. It seems you can't teach an old dog new tricks after all.

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