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Except that doesn't qualify as a flush toilet.
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Larry Laffer wrote:Except that doesn't qualify as a flush toilet.
It's more of a 'gush' toilet... if u know what I mean ;)

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It's a joke...

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Dogbreath wrote:It's a joke...
That's what even I thought but it seems they conduct this every year and actually hand out a cash prize of $50,0000. Certainly a very elaborate expensive joke I must say :huh:

http://youtu.be/hRIXXCe0Hi0 (the contestant in this one looks kinda like u)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGYqSqf0yCY

http://youtu.be/6yrdT5y12kA

U lucky guys. If I was there I would soooooooo try out :D

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Sustinendum Victoriam!

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Santhosh CHRiS wrote:
Dogbreath wrote:It's a joke...
That's what even I thought but it seems they conduct this every year and actually hand out a cash prize of $50,0000. Certainly a very elaborate expensive joke I must say :huh:
Those are the best kind.

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Dogbreath wrote:
Santhosh CHRiS wrote:
Dogbreath wrote:It's a joke...
That's what even I thought but it seems they conduct this every year and actually hand out a cash prize of $50,0000. Certainly a very elaborate expensive joke I must say :huh:
Those are the best kind.
Right... so how did u spend the 50 grand? :D

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To be honest, I'd never even heard of the RPS tourny before you showed it. I imagine it's ESPN playing a joke on itself - they constantly broadcast sports that take a ridiculous amount of dedication, skill and tactics to play (football, hockey, baseball, fencing, etc.), and then they have a rock-paper-scissors contest, taking about how "fatigued" the athletes are, running streaks, etc. As if it was anything more than a game of chance. This may seem a little extreme, but keep in mind we have several TV shows dedicated to making fun of our own culture. (just watch South Park or the Daily Show some time) Self deprecation is a very American type of humor, one that people from other countries often have trouble understanding. (Take the Freedom Fries debacle, for example... it was started as a joke by the US Congress cafeteria)

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That was funny ...... :laugh:
wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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Dorkly have some awesome stuff. Definitely worth checking their collection out! XD

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No comment.
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wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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No comment.
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So which brand were you using all this time :laugh:

Anywayz in other non-related news Hilary Clinton is visiting our fair city. Wherever there's Hilary hilarity ensues!!

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No comment.
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So is that Happy Father's Day with the left hand or right hand? :P */joke*

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I so absolutely want this for my grandkids !!!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w06zvM2x_lw


.... Only the Japanese could come up with such LOL gadget.
wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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Damned Japan! All that wonderful technology and they waste it on neural cat ears and sex robots.
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Here's a 5 star motorcycle tour through Chernobyl by a leathered-up, geiger counter-wielding, EU biker chick (wonderfully) named Filatova Elena Vladimirovna. As smart as her cycle is fast, Elena's dad was a Russian nuke power scientist, so she knows not a little about the subject, too. B)

http://www.angelfire.com/extreme4/kiddofspeed/ :bday:

Elena out-does Nat Geo's last story on the subject by lightyears. She's done several updates on the original AND added more from the area. If you're researching nuke incidents, this should be mandatory reading/viewing. For some time it's one of the best reasons I can say the Web is better than TV. B)
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johpower wrote:If you're researching nuke incidents, this should be mandatory reading/viewing.
That or play S.T.A.L.K.E.R.
wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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