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12"razormix 01-12-2007 02:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by craig johnston
finally? he was always bonkers. i thought that's what all you
sad goths liked about him.

:rolleyes:

did you just call me a sad goth?

rmr 01-12-2007 02:34 PM

^^ if the shoe fits

12"razormix 01-12-2007 02:35 PM

:D

Brynn 01-12-2007 02:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zero
UPDATE - here's last years winner:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...23101377514296


I believe that man is wearing lifts. It's obviously an homage to James Brown.
Hot-tub!

rmr 01-12-2007 03:32 PM

and everything comes full circle

SCENE!!!

craig johnston 01-12-2007 06:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 12"razormix
did you just call me a sad goth?

sorry, typo. i meant to write 'happy goths' of course.
darned rumanian keyboard.
:rolleyes:

Brynn 01-12-2007 07:20 PM

like my Russian "curlers hot for hair" I suppose.

zenbabe 01-15-2007 07:46 PM

Scamming the Horny Panda: One trick that zookeepers have used to get male pandas interested in mating with dowdier females (according to a December dispatch from Sichuan, China, in Australia's The Age) is to let an attractive female roam around a pen, leaving her scent, and then, in darkness, with the male in the pen and frisky at the scent, to introduce the less attractive female into the pen, back-end first, so that the pre-excited male will quickly begin copulating. Said zookeeper Zhang Hemin, "When the males find out (that they've just mated with unintended partners), they get very angry and start fighting the female. We have had to use firecrackers and a water hose to separate them." [The Age (Melbourne), 12-17-06]

topcat 01-16-2007 01:46 AM

why dont they just give the males some beer?

zero 01-16-2007 09:49 AM

no pants, no prob!

a pants-less woman waits on the subway platform. three participants exit the train, in what are hopefully their waning moments of pantless ness before hitting the streets. they came. they saw. they took off their pants. more than 200 people participated in the sixth annual no pants! subway ride on the 6 line yesterday.
"we're all going to take our pants off and have a lot of fun," said organizer charlie todd, 28, of the improv everywhere group. "it's not against the law to wear your underwear!"

participants gathered at the brooklyn bridge-city hall station, boarded a 6 train, "de-pantsed" and exited at different stations. then they reboarded other uptown trains to the shock and amusement of fellow subway riders.
"i'm standing here with no pants on," said melissa poles, 31, of manhattan, who crocheted a blanket while confused onlookers tried to make sense of the stunt. "i'm awesome."


look rmr you're not fooling anyone but yourself with this "melissa poles" nonsense

Brynn 01-19-2007 04:01 PM

rmr, sounds like a great new sig line to me...I'm too attached to mine, though.
Please use it! Please!

zenbabe 01-22-2007 02:24 PM

(1) Floyd Kinney Jr., 49, pleading guilty in Northampton County, Pa., in December to indecent assault on two young girls, blamed the incidents on his wife's obsessive bingo habit, which he said took her out of the house "three, four times a week." (Said the judge, "Some people, when their wives aren't home, decide to clean the living room.")

(2) Kevin Sutherland, 45, arrested in Salt Lake City in December for downloading child porn on his office computer, told investigators that he personally would "never" access child porn but that he has been diagnosed with multiple personalities, one of which is a 16-year-old boy ("Casey") who likes to look at pictures of girls his own age. [Allentown Morning Call, 12-2-06] [Deseret News, 12-15-06]

Brynn 01-22-2007 03:25 PM

^^^now that's what I call a good excuse. That's what we're talkin' about.

zenbabe 01-26-2007 02:36 PM

Numerous witnesses saw Michael Stone charge into the parliament building in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in November, armed with bombs, a knife and a handgun. After he was wrestled to the floor, he was charged with trying to kill separatist leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness, who were inside. However, in December, Stone said everything he did that day was merely "performance art replicating a terrorist attack." A credulous reporter for the Belfast Telegraph applauded Stone's "use of mixed media and everyday materials," which he said "show(ed) imagination." [Belfast Telegraph, 12-21-06]

zenbabe 01-26-2007 02:37 PM

Numerous witnesses saw Michael Stone charge into the parliament building in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in November, armed with bombs, a knife and a handgun. After he was wrestled to the floor, he was charged with trying to kill separatist leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness, who were inside. However, in December, Stone said everything he did that day was merely "performance art replicating a terrorist attack." A credulous reporter for the Belfast Telegraph applauded Stone's "use of mixed media and everyday materials," which he said "show(ed) imagination." [Belfast Telegraph, 12-21-06]


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