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General / Starwars Revisited
« on: July 06, 2012, 09:48:08 PM »
Anyone know of a way I can get my hands on the movies without downloading new software??

For those who don't know what I'm talking about, watch these...


Empire Strikes Back: Revisited Final Trailer 720p

And read #6 of this article...


General / Going to New Zealand & have a rental car question...
« on: October 15, 2011, 03:53:17 AM »

I just booked a reservation with ACE Rent A Car out of Auckland because I noticed they were by far the cheapest. I also noticed that they didn't have the newest fleet. Are they a reputable company that maintains their cars? Do any of you have any horror stories?

They say the car I reserved is a Mazda Capella Wagon, which means its at least 10 years old. Hmm...

Photoshops / How to make TSA more effective (via Photoshop)
« on: September 30, 2011, 04:53:56 AM »


General / A NSFW question....
« on: April 08, 2011, 09:49:50 AM »

 :shock: Can anyone tell me what medical condition would necessitate this...???  :shock:

General / Android app question
« on: February 11, 2011, 05:38:33 PM »

I upgraded to the mytouch 4 & I can't find the Freedi Youtube downloader app on the market anymore (probably because Google Yanked it over copyright issues). How do I transfer the app from my old android to my new one??

General / Australia aggresses against TSA Jorge....
« on: November 29, 2010, 11:12:01 PM »

Just got a letter from the South Australian state government saying that their speeding camera tagged me for going 8km (5mph) over the speed limit, & they want $238 from me. They didn't even send me the photo as evidence. If I just ignore this (or even pay it), can that go on my driving record here? What exactly can they do if I tell em to fuck off?

General / How can I copy a Protected DVD onto my laptop???
« on: May 06, 2010, 03:49:18 AM »

What software can I get that'll allow me to copy a "Copy Protected" DVD onto my laptop? I want to ditch my DVD collection so I can just get these movies put onto my laptop (& backed up on an external hard drive too).

General / LMAO!!! This is Fucked up...
« on: December 23, 2009, 06:33:07 PM »

Ghost Of Christmas Future Taunts Children With Visions Of PlayStation 5

SOUTHFIELD, MI—Bored with scaring elderly misers, the Ghost of Christmas Future is spending the holiday season taunting modern children with visions of Christmas 2016's hottest toy: the Sony PlayStation 5, a 2,048-bit console featuring a 45-Ghz trinary processor, CineReal graphics booster with 2-gig biotexturing, and an RSP connector for 360-degree online-immersion play.

"You know how kids are—a year is an eternity to them," the wraithlike specter said Monday during a visit to the Southfield home of 13-year-old Josh Kuehn. "So just imagine showing them something they'll have to wait 7 years for. Teasing them with a glimpse of the PS5 is the ultimate torture. They absolutely lose their minds. It's like saying, 'Hey, kid, you'll be an old man before you ever get to touch this.'"

The Ghost of Christmas Future said he has visited more than 125,000 homes since Thanksgiving, offering children an agonizing sneak peek at what they cannot have for another decade and a half.

"I like to appear in the living room with a PS5 hooked up to 2016's most popular TV, the 4'x8' Hi-Def Sony Titania," the Ghost said. "Then, I'll say in my best spooky voice, 'Jimmy! Behold what your kids will be playing while you're slaving away at an office job to support them!'"

Driving the children mad with PS5 lust, the Ghost said, is a multi-step process.

"I usually start by showing them Toteki Aluminum, one of the future's most popular fight-and-chase games," the Ghost said. "It's far from the best available in 2016, but it always blows their mind to see the guy get hit with the falling sign while the drops of sweat fly off his face. You can see the whole scene, distorted, in each of the individual drops. That gives them a good preliminary idea of the graphics technology we're dealing with."

The Ghost said he then likes to show Airsledz, a racing game in which jet-powered sleds whoosh through a four-dimensional racing course in the sky. The game, he said, enables the player to compete online against dozens of other players all around the world.

"They always ask if you can play it on the Internet—it's so cute how they still call it 'the Internet'—and I tell them, 'Hey, you can play this against 63 other PS5 owners simultaneously. At least you can in 7 years,'" the Ghost said. "And you should see their jaws hit the floor when they learn about the add-on accessories that enable users to actually fly around the room during gameplay."

Once the capabilities of the system are conveyed to the children, the Ghost likes to push them further over the edge by showing them games specially targeted to their age group.

Aaron Booker of Dayton, OH, samples the PlayStation 5.

Younger children, he said, salivate upon seeing Level One of Zonic Fugue. In it, Zonic, the indigo-colored son of Sonic The Hedgehog, faces off against Chuckles The Echidna in a Terrordactyl sky-joust, attempting to earn the Ankle Rockets he needs to gather the five Chaos Sapphires that, when combined, form the master key that opens the Melody Dome.

To break the spirits of children 12 and up, the Ghost runs a brief demonstration of Back To Werewolf Island. The horror-action thriller, he said, will be produced in full 10.8 Omneo sound and feature new music from 40 of 2016's hottest skagcore acts, including FU3P, Dredgerous, and Frances Cobain.

"Sometimes, the kids will start getting defensive and say, 'Yeah, well, I don't know any of those characters, so big deal,'" the Ghost said. "That's when I pull out DC vs. Marvel."

The Ghost said he shows the children a brief clip of DC vs. Marvel, in which cinema-realistic figures of Spider-Man and the Joker dash across impossibly detailed city streets, attacking each other with dozens of different offensive maneuvers while leaping, somersaulting, and throwing objects.

"They usually start trembling at that point," the Ghost said. "That's when I go in for the kill by casually mentioning that the game comes packaged with the 2016 feature film of the same name—not on DVD, of course, but on SCAP. Ten times better."

The few children unbroken by DC vs. Marvel are invariably finished off by the sight of Star Wars—Episode IX: Jedi Destiny, a game which employs the world's most advanced artificial-intelligence algorithm to place the player inside the film's climactic battle sequence on the planet Mon Jeedam.

"With more than 12,000 distinct soldiers, creatures, and vehicles fighting at once, and the option to command the New Republic Fleet, the Imperial Armada, or the Yuuzhan Vong Invasion Force, it's not merely the best Star Wars game that's ever existed; it's an interactive film that looks better than any movie that's ever been made. No child has failed to sob hysterically at the sight of it."

The PlayStation 5 will be available in stores Nov. 12, 2016, at a list price of Δ399 New Dollars ($199 Canadian).

General / Funniest Cracked blog EVER!!! HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
« on: November 28, 2009, 09:39:23 AM »

General / Funniest vid I've seen all year! HAHAHAHA!!!!
« on: November 10, 2009, 10:06:35 AM »

Shit gets real at 5:00 LMMFAO!!!!  :lol: But seriously, the whole video is hilarious.


General / Can a laptop survive a desert enviroment?
« on: August 26, 2009, 03:20:51 PM »

I'm flying out to Burning Man this weekend & I plan on bringing my laptop with me. Not because I actually expect to go online or anything like that. But I'll be visiting lake Tahoe afterwards & once I'm back in civilization, but before I fly home, I plan to download all the podcasts I missed while I was gone.

Will having it out in the desert, even if I keep it wrapped in a towel & never turn it on, kill my laptop??

General / You'd shit your pants if you were on THIS flight...
« on: May 30, 2009, 10:11:07 AM »

I bet everyone on that plane took one big, synchronized fear-shit when they looked out the window & saw this...

General / Five fun facts about the C.I.A. and LSD...
« on: May 30, 2009, 09:50:44 AM »


Holy SHIT!! the CIA indirectly gave us Hippies??  :shock: :shock:  Those BASTARDS!!!   :lol:

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