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The Rubber Room - Not Safe for Work / Re: Who is Hotter?
« on: December 30, 2011, 08:25:10 AM »
Who looks more like a horse/transexual?

Hillary Swank

or Sarah Jessica Parker?

General / Re: The Worst Name You Can Call Someone
« on: December 30, 2011, 08:17:54 AM »
My favorite oxymoron......Worthless cocksucker

Or as my father used to say "Fucking cocksucker!"

some more

"prick" called a former friend this once when they didn't pay back a rather large loan I gave them.

"cu**bag" never said this to anyone but is very bad in my books.

General / Re: J.C. Keyser's House of Booze
« on: December 30, 2011, 08:09:23 AM »
So what's everyone gonna be drinking on for New Year's Eve or the weekend if you don't do New Year's? I'm going all faggy cocktails this year, making a punch bowl full of the shit below, looking for another one, can't be to gay though, this ones as gay as I want it. This is the sort of refreshing one, looking for a spicy one, that preferably does not involve fricken tomato anything.


General / Re: J.C. Keyser's House of Booze
« on: December 30, 2011, 08:02:57 AM »
My headache from the Labatts has finally abated. 

Mad Dog (or, whats commonly known as MD 20/20, or the Devils Piss) is some truly horrible shit. 

My first, and probably last experience with Mad Dog, was with a few teenage mutants.  We drank it with ice out of red solo cups, and a little puff of weed.  I stood up and blacked out immediately, fell down like an oak tree and knocked a bunch of shit asunder. 

I do recollect having a few nips in later days, but nothing to that degree.  Theres something wrong with that stuff. 

As a Canadian I must say that you are lucky the Labatts didn't kill you, we don't even let our dogs drink that shit. You are a brave man.

Serious Business / Re: Family
« on: December 30, 2011, 07:52:30 AM »
I work in the evil public school system. I find every year more and more families go home and spend time together doing seperate things, all in the same room, but Mom's watching TV, dad's on the laptop and kids playing on the PSP.  See it during interviews, kids playing something on the mobile phone, dad's talking to one staff member and mom's talking to herself, or the kid or into her phone. I find lots of stuff very superficial, even friends feel upset sometimes when we spend time actually talking to each other instead of facebooking or some other social media shit. I stopped using facebook for that reason, I found it cut me off more than it connected me, at least to what I think is meaningful communication. I remember growing up and eating supper around the kitchen table, do it with my family, but l think more families today eat in their own little area. Biggest shock for me was coming back to North America after living in Europe and seeing how people don't even seem to sit down and eat, or even cook real food. Growing up I remember all my aunts, uncles and cousins stopping in to visit, nobody does that anymore, even people who live in the same city. We still get together for reunions but even those seem less social than back in the day. I feel because of social media etc. people don't really say, "Holy shit, I haven't seen you in a coons age, how the hell have ya been? Whatcha up to?" They've seen it all on the intertubes so it's like nobody has anything to talk about. I had a good family, still have a good family, some people don't, but be it family or friends. I think people need to connect to a real live community, and social media ain't it. Unless it helps create one, like Porcfest, what an awesome thing, I've never been but what a great event that is.

Serious Business / Re: Learning to be calm.
« on: December 30, 2011, 07:39:30 AM »
Climbing and shooting are what I started to do to keep calm, most non-shooters go ape shit when I tell them I shoot to keep calm, to stop myself from literally going after others when they wrong me, but it works. Climbing more so for the physical exhaustion it provides. I like to think in a past life I was a blacksmith, periods of calm thinking followed by periods of high energy directed at something.

General / Re: Your predictions for 2012
« on: December 30, 2011, 07:27:25 AM »
Someone will troll someone else on the FTL BBS.

Sometime during the year I may masturbate.

The US dollar will lose more of it's value.

Alex Jones mutters the phrase, "New world order."

Michelle Bachman and Sarah Palin do a porno.

General / Re: Christmas Thread
« on: December 30, 2011, 07:19:17 AM »
Diogenes - awesome post, thanks for that.

« on: December 30, 2011, 07:13:42 AM »
I don't know, I kinda like this one better

taking the hobbits to isengard

The idiotic MSM are gonna drag Ron's butt through the mud, this is gonna get ugly. But honestly, I think the more they treat him like crap the more people are gonna go to his side and vote for him, people will see more of him, check him out and realize the MSM is full of government tit sucking whores.

For a long time, I visited this BBS several times a day. I pretty much abandoned it when the place degenerated into just a playground for trolls.

Might I suggest we buy some goats, goats kick trolls butts.

General / Re: The Question Thread
« on: December 30, 2011, 07:05:03 AM »
Why are all the marriage announcements in the New York Times from people who are doctors and lawyers? And Jewish? Are there no honky Catholic garbage men getting married in New York? And I like sitting down to read a big ass newspaper on the weekends, got into the habit after living in the UK and reading the Observer, Sunday Times and Sunday Torygraph. Aside from the Sunday New York Times, are there any other nice heavy weekend papers I can plow through with a few pots of coffee? I hate those fuckin e-readers so don't even go there.

General / Re: What Video Games Are You Currently playing?
« on: December 30, 2011, 06:57:33 AM »
So I go and gets myself to level 32 on Skyrim and the lag starts, oh boy. Went and read the reviews on Amazon, should of did that before springing for the PS3 version of this game. Fuck Bethesda, fucking assholes knew damn well the game had issues on the PS3 but they release it anyways, pricks. Can't really play the game anymore, lag is horrible, crashes happen all the time, it got worse the further I got in the game. This really sucks ass, loved playing it but this lag and crash show really takes the piss. I loved Oblivion and had no problems with it, I wonder if this is a case of a gaming company thinking they are to big to give a fuck, oh will they rue the day. And the patch, yea right, did nothing for me. If you haven't bought Skyrim yet and own a PS3 then don't, the game has issues, heard it's on the X-box as well, but so far so good for the PC. On to playing Dead Island, and, hey, it works.

General / Re: Shit
« on: November 30, 2011, 12:06:50 AM »
Little Shop of Horrors, the Dentist song,

Little Shop of Horrors - Dentist Song

General / Re: Free Thought Association Game
« on: November 30, 2011, 12:02:49 AM »

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