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Title: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 01, 2011, 02:02:47 PM
How dare you, Phoenix online, to teach our kids something so biologically incorrect.

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/TSL_4pairs.jpg)
As a dog person, I couldn't agree more.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Arkillian on March 01, 2011, 02:12:47 PM
Heh... True true... The rules with the furry are always so fluid XD
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: kindofdoon on March 01, 2011, 03:47:56 PM
Well, this is odd.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 01, 2011, 05:19:10 PM
She DOES have more, they're just under her uniform.  The mutataion that causes her to be the size of a human gave her big top ones. ;)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: snabbott on March 01, 2011, 09:56:57 PM
 :rofl:
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dragonprincess on March 02, 2011, 04:12:18 PM
I'm not familiar with the anatomy of animals, I had a fixed male dog, a beautiful, sweet, lovable blond cockerspaniel named Lucas who was a dear friend when I was a kid, and then as an adult while living in Tennesee I went to a church there and there was a litter of puppies some redneck jerk had abandoned there, they werte so cute, a mxed breed, My mom let me take one. We got a female black and tan puppy, she was part coon hound and part rottweiler. She had rows of nipples on her underbelly, but too young to have....mams. We took care of her while in Tennessee, took her to the vet, got her shots, gave her a bath, got rid of her fleas and ticks, fed her and gave her water, played with her.  But we had behavior problems wih the puppy. My family named her Daisy but Daisy had the bad habit of nipping, she could really hurt sometimes when she bit. She would nip and bite my dad's hands, this hurt him and made him angry with her, he would slap her to get her to stop. I tried to keep Daisy away from dad and teach her not to nip. She was getting bigger, I knew she would grow up to be a big dog and no longer be a cute little puppy. When we got back to Florida we decied to give her away. Our neighbors are dog people and they helped us find a good home for Daisy. we found a home for her with people who have kids, they said their former family dog was a pitbull that got old and died. THey were excited at the thought of a young dog, a puppy like Daisy, and said they knew how to train dogs.

sometimes I think the female dogs are nicer than the male dogs.

SOmetimes I want a little dog that's sweet and cuddly and already house trained and trained to behave and not bite or nip trained to walk with you and be good and play, cuddle in the bed or on the couch with you.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: KatieHal on March 02, 2011, 05:40:58 PM
 :rofl:
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: LadyTerra on March 02, 2011, 06:27:04 PM
She DOES have more, they're just under her uniform.  The mutataion that causes her to be the size of a human gave her big top ones. ;)
Even so, to have such human-like... qualities, wouldn't all of them have some contact with human genes and radioactive ooze, like the 80s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or was it ooze alone, like the other TMNT continuities?

Hmm... Teenage Mutant Ninja Puppies?
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 02, 2011, 11:58:00 PM
Is she a ninja?  More like Teenage Mutant Guarding Puppies. :yes:
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 03, 2011, 04:14:21 PM
I think it's nearly official; Katie and her guard dog have become famous the internet over. I think we can also safely say that she will be reprising that voice in future POStudios games. At least, I can only hope so.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 03, 2011, 04:28:25 PM
That poor thing suffering from eight oversized sweat glands with fat pouches behind them a mu-tant?


No, no, no, no...




This is a mu-tant:
(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/mutant.jpg)

And this is Ro-man:
(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/Ro_Man.jpg)

And I just noticed that I forgot the bubbles. That's what you get for being lazy.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Enchantermon on March 03, 2011, 06:45:43 PM
This is a mu-tant:
(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/mutant.jpg)
Nah, that's not a mutant. THIS is a mutant!
(http://www.bioshock-online.com/media/conceptart/2.jpg)

Also, your picture reminds me of Gossamer (http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&source=imghp&biw=1280&bih=632&q=Gossamer&gbv=2&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=).
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 03, 2011, 10:47:50 PM
Dude.  Have we forgotten the original mutants (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0EEBxh7Xrg)?

(http://images04.olx.com.my/ui/4/62/18/65625418_1-Pictures-of-Dvd-Marvel-X-Men-the-animated-seriesanimecartoon-90s.jpg)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: kindofdoon on March 03, 2011, 11:27:21 PM
Woah, I didn't expect to have a nostalgia attack, but that music...I definitely recognize it, and it's so cool! I guess I did watch that show at some point.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 03, 2011, 11:31:27 PM
Do have an older sibling?  I only watched it 'cause my big brother did. :)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: kindofdoon on March 03, 2011, 11:33:43 PM
Yeah, but he wasn't into this sort of thing. I think I watched it with my cousins.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 03, 2011, 11:41:04 PM
Either way, you watched it and it was legendary. :yes:  I have a childhood theme songs CD that I made years ago, and I have the X-Men theme on it.  I roll down my windows during the summer and blast it, along with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ren and Stimpy, Inspector Gadget, and Wuzzles themes.

Speaking of the Wuzzles (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dm1qbbki6z4), they were quite mutanty as well!
(http://asset-server.libsyn.com/item/k-dd57f4d836af92b5/assets/emmbed.gif)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Arkillian on March 03, 2011, 11:46:34 PM
Oh- good lord... my first multipage comic was a TMNT fancomic. It was so lols cause I had no reference when I was drawing. I spelt 'Surrender' like 'Srender'. It was such a stupid story too XD
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Cez on March 04, 2011, 12:09:33 AM
the wuzzles were my inspiration for the race on the Enchanted, where Tigroat came from. That was all unfortunately cut, but a game starring Tigroat could happen :)

As for the original post.... my god. I was scared to see. It wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be lol
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 04, 2011, 12:24:42 AM
the wuzzles were my inspiration for the race on the Enchanted, where Tigroat came from. That was all unfortunately cut, but a game starring Tigroat could happen :)

As for the original post.... my god. I was scared to see. It wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be lol

I have to admit, I was getting my delete button ready. I was scared. But now I'm happy I didn't delete this.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Arkillian on March 04, 2011, 01:19:30 AM
the wuzzles were my inspiration for the race on the Enchanted, where Tigroat came from. That was all unfortunately cut, but a game starring Tigroat could happen :)

As for the original post.... my god. I was scared to see. It wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be lol

I have to admit, I was getting my delete button ready. I was scared. But now I'm happy I didn't delete this.

*cuddles* Poor thing  :sweetheart:
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 04, 2011, 03:03:37 AM
Dude.  Have we forgotten the original mutants (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0EEBxh7Xrg)?

This Island Earth (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaK6jbI2_t8), 1955. X-men (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfmqSOr2-NY), 1963. Sorry, but Millicents design for a mu-tant came first.

"Mozartti on niin oikeen kaunista."


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Nah, that's not a mutant. THIS is a mutant!
That's a parasitoid (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endoparasitoid).
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Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: KatieHal on March 04, 2011, 09:03:49 AM
The wuzzles! I loved that show! I can't remember anything that happened on it, lol, but I know I loved it!
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 04, 2011, 05:52:09 PM
The wuzzles! I loved that show! I can't remember anything that happened on it, lol, but I know I loved it!
Ha ha ha, I loved the Wuzzles too.  The Butterbear was my favorite; the first Build-a-Bear I ever made was inspired by her.  She's yellow with fairy wings and I named her Buttercup Bumblebear. ;D
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 06, 2011, 03:56:23 PM
You didn't ask for it, so you got it.

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/wuz_lin.jpg)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 06, 2011, 08:34:33 PM
 :rofl:

I always found the "living with a split personality" line in the opening credits a bit frightening, myself.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 07, 2011, 06:52:13 PM
What is this "Wuzzles" everyone is talking about? I've never heard of it...
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 07, 2011, 07:43:00 PM
90's cartoon. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dm1qbbki6z4)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 07, 2011, 08:23:01 PM
90's cartoon. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dm1qbbki6z4)

And to think I've never seen or heard of that show. Weird. Most of my childhood was spent watching TV.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: KatieHal on March 07, 2011, 08:50:13 PM
It was on in the 80's (specifically, for 13 episodes in 1985 and that's all, it seems), so, not actually all that surprising, whippersnapper. :P
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 07, 2011, 08:57:50 PM
It was on in the 80's (specifically, for 13 episodes in 1985 and that's all, it seems), so, not actually all that surprising, whippersnapper. :P

Whippersnapper? Wow. I never thought I'd see you use the term "whippersnapper". And I know this isn't technically 90's, but don't we all just love The Smurfs? The only reason I know that show is because there were reruns in the 90's as I was growing up; I grew to love that show. And I'm probably going to end up hating the new movie.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 07, 2011, 11:30:34 PM
It was on in the 80's (specifically, for 13 episodes in 1985 and that's all, it seems), so, not actually all that surprising, whippersnapper. :P
I always confuse cartoons that were on in the 80s for being on in the 90s, since I have older siblings and thus grew up on "older" cartoons.  I always assumed that the Wuzzles was a really early 90's cartoon.  ::)

And I know this isn't technically 90's, but don't we all just love The Smurfs? The only reason I know that show is because there were reruns in the 90's as I was growing up; I grew to love that show. And I'm probably going to end up hating the new movie.
Oh man.  Again, I can't do it.  I can't see another one of the shows I grew up on being turned into a movie.  Though it IS fun to see the Smurfs merchandise making a comeback.  The other day one of my toddlers was wearing a Smurf T-shirt, and I was like, "I bet he doesn't even know who that is!"  So I asked him, "Brody, what's on your shirt?" and he told me proudly, "A Snurf."
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 07, 2011, 11:48:38 PM
It was on in the 80's (specifically, for 13 episodes in 1985 and that's all, it seems), so, not actually all that surprising, whippersnapper. :P
I always confuse cartoons that were on in the 80s for being on in the 90s, since I have older siblings and thus grew up on "older" cartoons.  I always assumed that the Wuzzles was a really early 90's cartoon.  ::)

And I know this isn't technically 90's, but don't we all just love The Smurfs? The only reason I know that show is because there were reruns in the 90's as I was growing up; I grew to love that show. And I'm probably going to end up hating the new movie.
Oh man.  Again, I can't do it.  I can't see another one of the shows I grew up on being turned into a movie.  Though it IS fun to see the Smurfs merchandise making a comeback.  The other day one of my toddlers was wearing a Smurf T-shirt, and I was like, "I bet he doesn't even know who that is!"  So I asked him, "Brody, what's on your shirt?" and he told me proudly, "A Snurf."

I'm just sad to see that all of the money hollywood spends on these things is being wasted. What hollywood should be spending money on is finding people who can actually think for a change. And do a remake of the Running Man, but this time, actually follow the plot of the book upon which it's based... (I know the movie is technically considered good, but I shudder at that very notion. The book was fantastic. To see it butchered so heavily into a movie just made me die on the inside. I swear, the producers, director and screenwriter(s) didn't read the book at all. If they did, they would have found a scene that could have gone down in cinema history as one of the best ever. I can envision it right now in my head, frame for frame. Yeah, I'm more than a little peeved at what they did...) Back on topic though, I am just getting saddened by my childhood being murdered in front of me. I have no qualms with reviving my childhood; I wholeheartedly support that. But if you're going to put out a movie on it, much less a live-action/CGI hybrid, there's something wrong. Why not take the financially more stable route and reboot it as a TV show, or a direct to DVD movie, or heck, even a made-for-TV-movie. Just, for the love of god, do not ruin my childhood with this live action crap. I've only seen it work in extremely rare and isolated cases. Otherwise, it's a complete waste of time and money.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: NW15 on March 08, 2011, 10:50:58 AM
It was on in the 80's (specifically, for 13 episodes in 1985 and that's all, it seems), so, not actually all that surprising, whippersnapper. :P
I always confuse cartoons that were on in the 80s for being on in the 90s, since I have older siblings and thus grew up on "older" cartoons.  I always assumed that the Wuzzles was a really early 90's cartoon.  ::)

And I know this isn't technically 90's, but don't we all just love The Smurfs? The only reason I know that show is because there were reruns in the 90's as I was growing up; I grew to love that show. And I'm probably going to end up hating the new movie.
Oh man.  Again, I can't do it.  I can't see another one of the shows I grew up on being turned into a movie.  Though it IS fun to see the Smurfs merchandise making a comeback.  The other day one of my toddlers was wearing a Smurf T-shirt, and I was like, "I bet he doesn't even know who that is!"  So I asked him, "Brody, what's on your shirt?" and he told me proudly, "A Snurf."

I'm just sad to see that all of the money hollywood spends on these things is being wasted. What hollywood should be spending money on is finding people who can actually think for a change. And do a remake of the Running Man, but this time, actually follow the plot of the book upon which it's based... (I know the movie is technically considered good, but I shudder at that very notion. The book was fantastic. To see it butchered so heavily into a movie just made me die on the inside. I swear, the producers, director and screenwriter(s) didn't read the book at all. If they did, they would have found a scene that could have gone down in cinema history as one of the best ever. I can envision it right now in my head, frame for frame. Yeah, I'm more than a little peeved at what they did...) Back on topic though, I am just getting saddened by my childhood being murdered in front of me. I have no qualms with reviving my childhood; I wholeheartedly support that. But if you're going to put out a movie on it, much less a live-action/CGI hybrid, there's something wrong. Why not take the financially more stable route and reboot it as a TV show, or a direct to DVD movie, or heck, even a made-for-TV-movie. Just, for the love of god, do not ruin my childhood with this live action crap. I've only seen it work in extremely rare and isolated cases. Otherwise, it's a complete waste of time and money.
They seem to be doing that a lot lately.  Making movies that are really should not be made. It is sad that they making 80'sand 90's TV shows into movies. That goes for movies too. Did you know they are thinking of making Heman into a movie? Now, that is a really bad a idea! I feel they are running out of ideas. Like you said they need someone who can come up with new fresh ideas!
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 08, 2011, 11:54:19 AM
Did you know they are thinking of making Heman into a movie?
Isn't that one already confirmed?  I feel like I read that they picked an actor for He-Man already... :-\
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: NW15 on March 08, 2011, 12:01:34 PM
Did you know they are thinking of making Heman into a movie?
Isn't that one already confirmed?  I feel like I read that they picked an actor for He-Man already... :-\
What? Really? No, no, no!! How could they! :pokerface:
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 08, 2011, 12:04:37 PM
Did you know they are thinking of making Heman into a movie?
Isn't that one already confirmed?  I feel like I read that they picked an actor for He-Man already... :-\
What? Really? No, no, no!! How could they! :pokerface:
I'm probably wrong. :)  I just quickly imdb'd it and couldn't find anything.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Sslaxx on March 08, 2011, 12:21:18 PM
Did you know they are thinking of making Heman into a movie?
Isn't that one already confirmed?  I feel like I read that they picked an actor for He-Man already... :-\
Could it be any cheesier than the Dolph Lundgren version?
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: NW15 on March 08, 2011, 12:31:45 PM
Did you know they are thinking of making Heman into a movie?
Isn't that one already confirmed?  I feel like I read that they picked an actor for He-Man already... :-\
What? Really? No, no, no!! How could they! :pokerface:
I'm probably wrong. :)  I just quickly imdb'd it and couldn't find anything.
Ya, but imdb it not very good and slow on updates. I guess the only way we will know is when we see a trailer for it. :D
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: snabbott on March 08, 2011, 01:32:39 PM
I don't know how we got here from the original post, but...

I can't listen to The Nutcracker without hearing this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1IjZO6k4Dw)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 08, 2011, 03:50:31 PM
From bi-quadruple mammaries to cartoons not so long ago and finally to complaining about remakes.

Remaking films isn't going to destroy or violate your childhood. Worrying about it will.

It isn't even a new tradition.

Heck, the Maltese Falcon from 1941 is a remake of a remake (1936) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzcMggxpDOU) of a movie (1931) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OPfK-xvBxU) based on a book (1930). That's two remakes in less than ten years. Ben-Hur from 1959 is also a remake of a 1925 remake (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdWEpQiYgZo) which is a remake of the 1907 silent film (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cf2DN1KEyks) that is based on a book. The classic A Fistful of Dollars (1963) is an italian remake of a japanese film Yojimbo (1961) that is a ripoff of Hammett's book Red Harvest (1925).

How about an example from TV? "All in the Family" is a remake of the British show "Till Death do us Part." "The Flintstones" is a cartoon remake of "The Honeymooners". 90% of all the characters from Hanna Barbera Studios are caricatures of some famous celebrity (Yogi Bear=Art Carney, Fred and Shaggy=Dobie Gillis and Maynard Krebs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-46a_LrILs)). 

Even India has remade a film or song (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL6xgki326E). Don't get me started about Turkey. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTQBEJqeWZo) In 2008 Russia released its own version of Schwarzeneggers 1985 classic Commando. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS-KAQwyDoc)

Before films people used to make remakes/reimaginings in operas and theaters. Even the Grim fairytales are remakes. People have always remade stories that they liked.




Soon to come (as long as I can get to inking this): "The Forbidden Love Triangle in the Land of Wuz Sans One or 'Hair, Hair!'".
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: KatieHal on March 08, 2011, 04:44:45 PM
I actually just found out today that "I Think We're Alone Now" was NOT a Tiffany  original. My world shook a little bit...but it was still there ;) (Also her version was better than the original anyways!)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Enchantermon on March 08, 2011, 06:20:33 PM
(Also her version was better than the original anyways!)
Heresy! I grew up on TJ and the Shondells original! Take it back! ;)

Seriously, though, my parents had a cassette with it, and it's one of the songs I remember hearing a lot on long car trips, enough that it's permanently engraved into my head.

EDIT: Also, I just listened to her version. It's okay, I guess, but not better than the original, imo. Though I am a little jealous that she got to ride on a baggage claim conveyor; I've wanted to do that ever since I was little. ^_^
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: snabbott on March 08, 2011, 07:18:19 PM
No, the BEST version was Weird Al's I think I'm a Clone Now
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: kindofdoon on March 08, 2011, 07:42:33 PM
From bi-quadruple mammaries to cartoons not so long ago and finally to complaining about remakes.

Remaking films isn't going to destroy or violate your childhood. Worrying about it will.

It isn't even a new tradition.

Heck, the Maltese Falcon from 1941 is a remake of a remake (1936) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzcMggxpDOU) of a movie (1931) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OPfK-xvBxU) based on a book (1930). That's two remakes in less than ten years. Ben-Hur from 1959 is also a remake of a 1925 remake (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdWEpQiYgZo) which is a remake of the 1907 silent film (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cf2DN1KEyks) that is based on a book. The classic A Fistful of Dollars (1963) is an italian remake of a japanese film Yojimbo (1961) that is a ripoff of Hammett's book Red Harvest (1925).

How about an example from TV? "All in the Family" is a remake of the British show "Till Death do us Part." "The Flintstones" is a cartoon remake of "The Honeymooners". 90% of all the characters from Hanna Barbera Studios are caricatures of some famous celebrity (Yogi Bear=Art Carney, Fred and Shaggy=Dobie Gillis and Maynard Krebs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-46a_LrILs)). 

Even India has remade a film or song (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL6xgki326E). Don't get me started about Turkey. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTQBEJqeWZo) In 2008 Russia released its own version of Schwarzeneggers 1985 classic Commando. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS-KAQwyDoc)

Before films people used to make remakes/reimaginings in operas and theaters. Even the Grim fairytales are remakes. People have always remade stories that they liked.




Soon to come (as long as I can get to inking this): "The Forbidden Love Triangle in the Land of Wuz Sans One or 'Hair, Hair!'".

Very insightful/informative post.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 08, 2011, 07:57:26 PM
"The Forbidden Love Triangle in the Land of Wuz Sans One or 'Hair, Hair!'".

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/hippo.jpg)


You ever seen the mouth on these things? They're frickin' huge!
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: KatieHal on March 08, 2011, 08:07:40 PM
Yeah, you do NOT want to be bitten by a hippo.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 08, 2011, 08:09:24 PM
"The Forbidden Love Triangle in the Land of Wuz Sans One or 'Hair, Hair!'".

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/hippo.jpg)


You ever seen the mouth on these things? They're frickin' huge!

Hungry Hungry Hippos anyone?
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Enchantermon on March 08, 2011, 09:09:52 PM
No, the BEST version was Weird Al's I think I'm a Clone Now
That doesn't count, lol. But I do like that song as well. ;)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: crayauchtin on March 09, 2011, 01:46:18 PM
Backtracking a bit... I miss the days when shows had dramatic music for their theme songs! Whatever happened to that? Curse you Dawson's Creek and your Dido theme music!
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 10, 2011, 09:39:53 AM
I miss the days when shows had dramatic music for their theme songs! Whatever happened to that? Curse you Dawson's Creek and your Dido theme music!

I can express my feeling on the matter in only one way:

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/kuma.jpg)
"When I was young, it never rained during the summer".

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And just to show you how everything will always be and and always will be. An advertisement poster that I saw two hours ago at the local convenience store for a band's coming gig.

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/Caro_band.jpg)
I love that they have to advertise them being a rock band in words written after the poster was printed.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 10, 2011, 02:01:21 PM
Curse you Dawson's Creek and your Dido theme music!
Psssst--Dawson's Creek had Natalie Cole (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVRmCQdtK4w) for their theme.  You're thinking Roswell, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBc95YDB6io) that show had Dido.  YES, I watched both shows (quite religiously)!! YES, I have Roswell Seasons 1 and 2 on DVD!!  YES, I had a fatty crush on Jason Behr!  Ya wanna fight about it?!
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 10, 2011, 02:07:45 PM
Curse you Dawson's Creek and your Dido theme music!
Psssst--Dawson's Creek had Natalie Cole (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVRmCQdtK4w) for their theme.  You're thinking Roswell, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBc95YDB6io) that show had Dido.  YES, I watched both shows (quite religiously)!! YES, I have Roswell Seasons 1 and 2 on DVD!!  YES, I had a fatty crush on Jason Behr!  Ya wanna fight about it?!

OMG ROSWELL! JASON BEHR! OMG OMG OMG OMG (I'm totally *not* obsessed ::))
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 10, 2011, 02:10:19 PM
Ha ha, I totally was.  My friend and I used to have "Weekly Roswell Discussions" every Wednesday morning (since Roswell was on Tuesday night :P) before school.  Jeez, that was ninth grade...where has the time gone?
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Post by: KatieHal on March 10, 2011, 02:11:22 PM
I watched Roswell on DVD a few years ago. Jason Behr is definitely a good looking man. :)

Fun show, although it did have some flaws.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 10, 2011, 02:15:31 PM
I watched Roswell on DVD a few years ago. Jason Behr is definitely a good looking man. :)

Fun show, although it did have some flaws.

I started the second season some time ago, and have since stopped. Not because it was bad, but because, once again, life got in the way. I plan to renew my viewership once life lets go of it's death grip on my free time.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 10, 2011, 02:15:48 PM
Fun show, although it did have some flaws.
Oh did it EVER! :rofl:  The last season was totally a mishmash of whatever the crazy writers had in mind; I honestly don't think they ever had a plan as to what they were going to do for the following week's episode.

And MMM BOY, I used to pause the episode of Roswell called "End of the World" just so I could see Jason Behr's three seconds of shirtless pull-ups.  
(http://the-grand-panjandrum.tripod.com/behr1.jpg)
*Sigh*  The twelve year-old in me still shivers when I see that! ::)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 10, 2011, 02:18:27 PM
And MMM BOY, I used to pause the episode of Roswell called "End of the World" just so I could see Jason Behr's three seconds of shirtless pull-ups. 
(http://the-grand-panjandrum.tripod.com/behr1.jpg)
*Sigh*  The twelve year-old in me still shivers when I see that! ::)

HELLO! XD
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 10, 2011, 02:23:11 PM
That looks like he did a 180 with his head.
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: snabbott on March 10, 2011, 02:32:55 PM
Ha ha, I totally was.  My friend and I used to have "Weekly Roswell Discussions" every Wednesday morning (since Roswell was on Tuesday night :P) before school.  Jeez, that was ninth grade...where has the time gone?
When I was in high school, it was Quantum Leap. :D
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Post by: Enchantermon on March 10, 2011, 02:34:12 PM
When I was in high school, it was Quantum Leap. :D
I love Quantum Leap! I just started re-watching the fifth season, in fact. Scott Bakula is the man! ^_^
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: Haids1987 on March 10, 2011, 09:26:36 PM
And MMM BOY, I used to pause the episode of Roswell called "End of the World" just so I could see Jason Behr's three seconds of shirtless pull-ups. 

*Sigh*  The twelve year-old in me still shivers when I see that! ::)
HELLO! XD
What, you think I watched it just for the awesome storylines? ;)
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on March 11, 2011, 03:08:41 PM
And MMM BOY, I used to pause the episode of Roswell called "End of the World" just so I could see Jason Behr's three seconds of shirtless pull-ups. 

*Sigh*  The twelve year-old in me still shivers when I see that! ::)
HELLO! XD
What, you think I watched it just for the awesome storylines? ;)

Good gosh no. The storylines were great, but Jason Behr was greater!
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: MikPal on March 27, 2011, 04:53:48 PM
Just saw the Expendables. Despite having an awful translation in the subtitles ("I'm out (of bullets)" = "I'm out (of the house)" and "S**tbag" = "Sit down") it filled me with questions, especially about the character played by Dolph Lundgren as illustrated below.

(http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/palsiom/DEMO/Dolpf.jpg)

Was mr Lundgren just doing an impression of mr. Stallones acting or did mr Stallone always get him drunk before filming?
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Post by: Buddy1991 on April 06, 2011, 12:31:34 PM
man that made me laugh :D
Title: Re: How dare you!
Post by: dark-daventry on April 06, 2011, 01:08:08 PM
man that made me laugh :D

We make everyone laugh, my friend!