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5566  The Rest / General Discussions / The Thread of Laughter and Delight on: March 16, 2007, 10:27:34 PM
Filthy jokes from yours truly.  Coded since they're rather filthy.  All from various sources.  Here's the cleanest one:

What's the difference between a pregnant woman and a lightbulb?
You can unscrew a lightbulb
(extra points if you can tell me what movie that's from.)

The dirtier ones:  
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What's the difference between pussy and apple pie?
You can eat your mom's apple pie

A lady walks into a bar and says to the bartender, "I'd like a beer, please."
Bartender asks, "sure, Anheuser Busch?"
Lady replies, "fine, and how's your cock?"

Why do Ethiopians give the best blowjobs?
You know they'll drink every last drop

So this guy's sinking in quicksand.  Some dude walks by and the guy yells "help help save me!"  The dude says, "sure I'll save you, but you have to suck my dick."  The guy's like, "ehhh, forget it."  He's still sinking in quicksand when some bloke walks by.  The guy yells "help help save me!"  The bloke says, "sure I'll save you, but you have to fuck me in the ass."  The guy's like, "ehhh, no way."  So this chap walks by and the guy yells, "help help save me!  I'll suck your dick!  I'll fuck you in the ass!"  And the chap says, "you can just die, you faggot!"  


And some Michael Jackson jokes for good measure:

What school did MJ attend?
Brigham Young

What is a McJackson?
35 year old meat between 10 year old buns.
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Oh, and did any of you hear the one about the girl who gave up her virginity for lent?
5567  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Recently Viewed Movies on: March 14, 2007, 10:20:25 AM
I saw Bill Cosby-Himself yesterday.  Man, those are still some of the funniest 2 hours ever.  I always laugh my ass off every time I see it.  Even though the thing was filmed in '83, it's still funny 24 years later.
5568  The Rest / General Discussions / Holy incest batman on: March 14, 2007, 10:02:12 AM
That's it.  I gotta post "I'm My Own Grandpa."  Totally appropo for this thread.  I gave my serious response before, and now it's time for the funny.  

http://www.ziplo.com/grandpa.htm
5569  Media / The Soundroom / s0nG oF tEh mOmEnt on: March 11, 2007, 09:26:07 PM
I just showed an 80s metal loving friend today the joy of X-Japan.  We have this dream of doing an 80s metal project with some select friends (though it likely will never happen) and since I neither have long hair or a shaved head, I'll wear a wig... and I'd want a bright pink wig.  

So my songs of the moment are "Rusty Nail," "Kurenai," and "Dahlia" by X-Japan.  

The only X-Japan CD I have is the double CD "Best of- Fans' Selection" so I definitely need to get some more X-Japan stuff.  I love the mix of heavy, power, and prog metal.  Their music sounds larger than life and their pioneering visual kei thing makes them look like larger than life anime heroes.  Hide's pink hair was awesome.  RIP.
5570  The Rest / General Discussions / Holy incest batman on: March 09, 2007, 08:54:23 PM
Look at history.  Back in the days of the Egyptian pharaohs and the various royalty of India, back when the caste system was super rigid, there was a LOT of incest.  Like the marrying of cousins so that outsiders wouldn't taint the bloodline, keeping it pure.  That's a reason why so many rulers were so damn deranged and twisted.  Inbreeding.  

This is the reason incest is disallowed.  We've seen what damage it can do in terms of bringing up recessive traits in descendents.  By combining two differing strands of DNA, there is less of a chance that recessive traits will crop up.  

If you look at purebred dogs, they often have more genetic abnormalities than common mutts, because there is often some inbreeding to keep pedigrees pure... though the puppies born with the most recessive traits (the runt of the litter) are eradicated.  Even in nature, the mother dog would reject the inferior specimen anyway and leave it for dead, so it's a mercy killing.  

Diversifying the gene pool keeps it healthy.  Like a balanced diet.
5571  Media / The Soundroom / s0nG oF tEh mOmEnt on: March 09, 2007, 10:37:51 AM
Song of the moment is "Warriors" by Ascension Theory.  I love the intro.  It sounds like something that would come out of Xenogears or something.  In addition, one thing I like about Ascension Theory is that they're able to keep their songwriting relatively concise (read: most of their songs are under 6 minutes in length), yet their songs are still proggy enough to keep prog/space nerds coming back for more.    

You can listen to it and read the lyrics at their website below:

http://www.ascensiontheory.com/songs.asp?ID=1
5572  The Rest / General Discussions / Holy incest batman on: March 09, 2007, 10:08:22 AM
He has four kids and is an UNEMPLOYED locksmith?  

Yeah aside from the whole incest thing, how the hell are they supporting the kids and paying the lawyer fees?
5573  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Little Britain on: March 08, 2007, 10:44:50 AM
I've never seen Little Britain, but I am quite the fan of "Brit-coms."  

Love the Blackadder series.  I've seen the most of Blackadder Goes Forth and it's hysterical.  

Love Are You Being Served?  Love Keeping Up Appearances.  Love Fawlty Towers.  Allo Allo's great too.  I've seen a few episodes of random ones here and there and even the bad ones have laughs.  

I don't know what it is that causes British sitcoms to make me bust a gut every time.  Is it the wordplay, the style of humor, I don't know, but as long as I can get BBC on TV, I'll watch.
5574  Media / Brush and Quill / I guess this would belong here... on: March 06, 2007, 11:38:55 PM
I think you should play and rerecord it again clean, without the distortion.  The distortion kills it for me.  It just doesn't sound right, like using death metal crunch on an R&B ballad.  

The FF prelude is light, airy, and subtle and as such, I think a clean guitar tone (perhaps with a chorus effect during the octaves) would sound much much better.  

The distortion gives it too much beef in the midrange and makes it sound kinda muddy.  For a song like this, you want to scoop out the mids and allow the shimmery, glassy highs to breathe.
5575  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: March 06, 2007, 11:25:08 PM
I've now gotten all the endings in Yo-Jin-Bo and unlocked the extra, which turned out to be
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an extra scenario that's meant to be funny/amusing.  It was funny/amusing, but I cannot help but feel a LOT more could have been done with it.  


I don't think I've unlocked all the music yet, though.  Given that the game's developer TwoFive is a sound company, the sound is easily the best part about the game.  

My favorite endings are still Yo's good ending and Mon-Mon's bad ending.  

If I have the time, I should replay Phantom of Inferno and Hourglass of Summer to get different paths and endings.
5576  The Rest / General Discussions / 4# lanruoJ emaG on: March 06, 2007, 09:15:54 AM
I recently beat Piece of Wonder (review forthcoming).  

And I've been chasing more endings in Yo-Jin-Bo.  I still need to get Jin's good ending, and both of Muneshige's endings (good and bad) and I'll have gotten all of them and hopefully unlocked the secret extra.  

So far in Yo-Jin-Bo, my favorite endings are
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the good ending with Yo.  It's hysterical with all the mind/body switcheroos.  Seeing Hatsuhime's voice coming out of Mon-Mon is too funny.
and
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the band ending with Mon-Mon.  It seemed the most plausible.  I thought it was cute when Sayori was visiting with Hanwa's descendent and shared a big-sis moment with a little boy who was named after Monzan and whose friends called him Mon-Mon.
 The good ending with Ittosai has some hysterical moments as well.  

My least favorite ending so far is
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the good ending with Bo.  The game usually did a good job of making sure every body had a soul, but in this ending, Sayori gets warped back to the future, but then gets her future body/self warped back to be with Bo.  It felt like a cop-out ending, and uncharacteristic since Bo enjoys metaphysical science and this just wasn't plausible, even within the context of the game's world.
5577  The Rest / General Discussions / Washington State: growing pussy athletes since 2007. on: March 05, 2007, 09:29:58 PM
Okay fine, I won't boo... but I will yodel "Groowa la la awooogie googie mweh!" and make funny faces instead.  

What can they do?  I didn't utter a single "boo."

Always remember, whenever a change is made to the system, there also comes at least a handful ways to work your way around that change.

In this case, if people can't say "boo" then they'll just say and do something else.
5578  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Favorite Anime on: March 05, 2007, 07:12:09 PM
I don't watch as much anime is many of you, but my all time favorite series is easily Boogiepop Phantom.  It's dark, twisted, complex, but not as brain-breakingly hard to follow/keep track of as, say, Serial Experiments: Lain, which almost got lost in its own complexity.  I still liked Lain, though.
5579  Media / The Soundroom / s0nG oF tEh mOmEnt on: March 02, 2007, 04:46:56 PM
I too must admit, Sleepwalker is a darn good song.  One of Megadeth's best in a long time.  Gears of War was good too.  

I'm a huge James Lomenzo fan and snagging him was the best decision Dave Mustaine/Megadeth has ever made.  The guy's a monster musician (and a pretty good visual artist too.)  

Funny how great a band can sound/become once you drop the douchebag bassist (I dislike Dave Ellefson; good bassist, but a first rate douchebag) and replace him with an even better bassist who's also a really nice guy with a very professional attitude.
5580  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Replaying RPGs? on: March 02, 2007, 04:42:02 PM
Re: what Raze said.

Some genres of games like dating sims are totally like that in terms of forks in both.  Dating sims are very stat driven and not only do choices made in the plot determine which girl's storyline you'll follow, so will how you build your character.  Meaning, if you want to go after the artsy girl, best do what you can to build your stats in artistic ability and creativity.  Want to woo the girl on the track team or swim team?  Can't unless you do gameplay stuff that ups your athleticism stat.  

Love adventures are different in that it's all plot and there are multiple endings solely based on the choices you make in the story (like Choose Your Own Adventure.)  Pre-set characters and all that.  

In terms of RPGs, look at something like Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne.  There are a whole slew of ways to customize your main character as well as many choices/forks in the storyline that determine your path and ending.  However, that game is so long that I would not want to replay it.  75 hours on one playthrough is enough for me, even if I didn't do half the side stuff.  

For me, I find that visual novels and dating sims are more replayable than RPGs, but that's just personal taste on my part.
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