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Community Projects / Re: Coffee Machine?!
« on: May 08, 2007, 02:37:31 PM »
And now fridge and coffee machine are equal one-on-one.
While voting for the fridge goes against my 'hot stuff would probably be better', it just that there's more stuff you can put into a fridge, it last longer, and is less messy. Though it would be nice to eventually have both.

Movies / Re: 300
« on: May 07, 2007, 09:50:05 PM »
What be this then? It be many months before 'International Talk like a Pirate day', ye lily livered dogs! Get back to the hull, and maybe ye can steer this thread back towards the topic, yar!

... 300 was good.  <_< >_>

Movies / Re: movies that you would recommend
« on: May 07, 2007, 09:47:45 PM »
I rather liked the neon evangelian series, i dunno, seemed to be really quite a good watch when it was late night, except the movie, it was twisted, its all on the cartoon channels, like bubblegum toyko 2040 lol. I love the boomer boots.

Maybe im just sad.

Maybe, but Bubblegum Crisis 2040 was the first adult anime I was introduced to when it was on SBS. Ah, the first experience of detail-less animated boobs...
Also, I liked Neon Genesis, but the ending was kinda blown apart, mostly because of dissatisfaction (to the point of death threats) with the series' ending, so they created the movie as a type of really expensive 'I'm sooooo sorry!'

Television / Re: Big Brother...
« on: May 07, 2007, 05:42:39 PM »
Big Brother isn't a very interesting show... maybe if they got some people with some intelligence on it, but then we'd just have debates instead of, you know, getting drunk and having sex. And how would the people of Australia relate to that? (Gasp! Patriotism -1!)
As for Gretel dying, well, I wouldn't wish it upon any TV host.
Perhaps just horribly maimed...

Community Projects / Re: Coffee Machine?!
« on: May 07, 2007, 05:36:47 PM »
He also didn't put an apostrophe before the 's' in "it's" - you can't trust his grammar. Now are we going to discuss more on the topic or Ammon's post? :P

Why, Ammon's post of course!
All I've got to say is that that's what I THOUGHT he said. It'd be helpful if he'd clear this up, honestly.
Anyway, what do people think of changing this into a poll between fridge and coffee machine? It'd be good if we could get both, but we might as well know what more people want; cold food and drink, or hot caffeine.

Comparisons / Re: Media Players
« on: May 07, 2007, 04:57:30 PM »
I use 'The Core Media Player' for most of my watching needs; if it's just audio, I just use Media Player 10.

Community Projects / Re: Coffee Machine?!
« on: May 06, 2007, 07:59:07 PM »
I have a feeling that he meant that it's 'not, not going to work' as in a double negative.
Yeah, it seemed like a constructive post to me too.
So, anyone else vouch for this idea? Anyone?

Movies / Re: Talking Animals...
« on: May 06, 2007, 05:34:15 PM »
Well, it's nothing like the old days, when you'd just slap some peanut butter on a horse's gums and boom! You had Mr. Ed.

It was a simpler time, and one definitely less peanut butter friendly...

Web / Re: JIB JAB
« on: May 06, 2007, 01:33:01 PM »
Ah, the classic US Political cartoons... Always a joy of photo graphical alteration in Flash.
My personal favorite is 2-0-5.

Games / Re: Games Games Games
« on: May 06, 2007, 12:38:46 PM »
Wow... that game just looks like an excuse to torture Stormtroopers... I mean, they give them everything so they can 'feel' it, and have a sense of self-preservation? Aren't these guys meant to be PROTECTING the galaxy?
It just seems to put more fun into killing them, instead of, you know, fighting them or anything.

Current Affairs / Re: From Disney to Porn
« on: May 06, 2007, 11:29:58 AM »
Almost as scary as those stories of teddy bears with sex organs sewn inside them :-[

Are you referring to those plush toys being manufactured by Dr Gunther von Hagens? In a documentary about him, he showed a few toys that were to be sold at his museum upon its opening - plush dogs with their internal organs and whatnot sewn inside.

Just the thing to help the young budding psychopath get started on this hobby of choice. There'll be no surprises when Timmy decapitates his ex-girlfriend's cat, and he'll know exactly where to hang those organs!

Geez, just over ten replies and I've already delved into psychopathic murder. Now... who do we blame, Disney or porn?

Web / Right, stop that. It's Silly.
« on: May 06, 2007, 01:55:49 AM »
Just a nice simple topic here: Post anything you find on the internet which seems particularly silly or odd, but still a good watch.

I'll start us off with an ad I've found, which is a popular source of parody:

Have fun!

Games / Re: DS LAN
« on: May 06, 2007, 12:23:02 AM »
Heh, the website of the game has a comic on it actually bagging out the game itself! I love a company that can make fun of its hard work... Um, as long as they make a good game too.
Trauma Center is out for the Wii now, isn't it? Or is that a future release? Man, that'd work so well.

EDIT: *Cough* Ahem, I just realized I was totally off topic here; Any developments with the planning of this? Should be just bring our DSes for after the lecture on Tuesday, just for a general muck-around?

Games / Re: Games Games Games
« on: May 06, 2007, 12:21:44 AM »
But classic Lucas Arts games r just awesome. I recently acquired Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2 for a good $10.

One of my proudest moments (iv been looking 4 that game 4 close on 8yrs.

Ah, Jedi Knight was my introduction to first person shooter games. I can remember going into Jedi Speed and having the whole scene warp back towards me, God that was cool. I also liked the extensions, though academy, for all its awesome fighting scenes, and the integration of two and dual-end lightsaber, kinda felt like a disappointment.
Man, it'd be awesome if they continued that series now; what with the advances in technology and physics and all.

Current Affairs / Re: Autodesk South pacific tour...
« on: May 06, 2007, 12:01:20 AM »
As interesting as it sounds, I'd probably pass due to lack of an idea what's going on at the talk. It's clear that it's not a tutorial or the like; so is it just an expose on digital effects in film?

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