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*..... once he's paper you print the bible on him....*
Now: that made me laugh, really.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqi5F5Mq ... re=related

Probably the weirdest thing I've ever seen. Not really good for kids, though.
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Pfff, what's with people and calling all weird cartoons/commercials/movies "banned from TV".


As in, who the hell's gonna ban something from all the TVs? :P
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Dogbreath wrote:...... Not really good for kids, though.
There are no kids anymore.
Really, half the children programs is based on violence and bloodshed.
Ever saw little children play 'Power Rangers'?
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Actually, it never was banned from TV, it still shows. I dunno why whoever uploaded it said it was.

Why I posted it, though, isn't that it's just violent or inappropriate - that's easy to make - it's because it's very intelligently, well thought out perverted weirdness. It's hard to get to that depth of demented creepiness, and I applaud it as art even as I think it's horrible.
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Time to get Wally over here .....
Wààààààààààllyyyyyyyyyyy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNnX6XRQ ... re=related
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And since we're on topic of allegedly rejected stuff and Mac Vs PC:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCA9xi2Um84
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Nothing on telly? Luckily there is this in teh intahnet.
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I found some interesting to look back at packard bell videos. The computers were awful and there ads were lame but really the ads are very neat to watch again.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18Ysgfzf...re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGEbd71I...re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxA7TMD2...re=related
I also found some random windows chicago video. It's apparently a video on windows chicago build 58.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cdj4RuMUPU
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Retro official Microsoft "Softwear" (haha) t-shirts ... including at least one DOS shirt:

http://adage.com/agencynews/article?article_id=133069
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emmzee wrote:Retro official Microsoft "Softwear" (haha) t-shirts ... including at least one DOS shirt:

http://adage.com/agencynews/article?article_id=133069
I want a DOS shirt like the one Comic Book guy is wearing in your avatar

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wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.
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I really wonder if they still will be so happy with Obama in a year or 4, if they think he can change the world or solve all the problems overnight, it's gonna be a rude awakening.
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Aye, he spoke quite a bit about that in his victory speech. That he's just beginning to implement the programmes needed to restore the country's economic, social, and foreign relations problems. The Iraq war hasn't ended just because he was elected - it'll take a lot of work to do that.

OTOH, while I'm personally a conservative, I believe Obama has got his head on straight and his presidency will have a restorative effect on the USA, even if that effect is only truly felt 10-15 years from now.
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I may hope so, because if we like it or not, the situation the USA is in now affects us all, and in a negative way. I would like for my children and grandchildren that the negative spiral (that's what we're in now) would be reversed. Poor economic times are a bad thing for everyone.
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Quiz time! Subject: Video game systems released in the USA. How many can you think of?

http://www.sporcle.com/games/videogame_systems.php

I was able to get 47 ... or 49 if you count two that I typed in that weren't in a format that it recognized.
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You got 29 out of 69 Video Game Systems (released in the U.S.).
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Post by cyb3r.god3 »

hehehe, i got 19. i didnt think to put in handheld consoles
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I managed to salvage 38 somehow :/
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