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ytterbiumanalyst said:
SolEX01 said:
Perhaps sooner if other hot topic subjects crop up?
Oh, God, I hope not. I don't think I could stand another discussion of pews.
NNNNNNNNNOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Pew discussions again never not now later or in the future!
It's okay... It's going to be okay.  We scared away the big ol' pew monster.  He won't come back to hurt you.  You're safe.  *plays lullaby*
 

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cleveland said:
username! said:
ytterbiumanalyst said:
SolEX01 said:
Perhaps sooner if other hot topic subjects crop up?
Oh, God, I hope not. I don't think I could stand another discussion of pews.
NNNNNNNNNOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Pew discussions again never not now later or in the future!
It's okay... It's going to be okay.  We scared away the big ol' pew monster.  He won't come back to hurt you.  You're safe.  *plays lullaby*
Thank you Cleveland!
 

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So, you want to do the Happy Happy Joy Joy Dance?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnfO5TMpWwc&feature=related
 

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Ian Lazarus said:
So, you want to do the Happy Happy Joy Joy Dance?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnfO5TMpWwc&feature=related
It's been a long time since I've seen that episode (heck, since I've seen any episode of R&S).
 

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Luckily you can buy the old Ren and Stimpy pretty cheap on Amazon.com... anywhere from $11-32, depending on what you get. I've not gotten any myself as I've focused on other old series, like Salute Your Shorts (Camp Anawana).
 

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Asteriktos said:
I've focused on other old series, like Salute Your Shorts (Camp Anawana).
Wow - they've got that on DVD?  I'm impressed.
 

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Actually they never got around to putting that particular show on DVD--not yet, anyway--so I had to buy a bootlegged DVD copy made from old VHS tapes. I won't put a link, since I guess technically it's illegal to sell such copies, but you can find such DVD's if you look around on Google. I'll buy the real thing if they ever come out with it.
 

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Asteriktos said:
Actually they never got around to putting that particular show on DVD--not yet, anyway--so I had to buy a bootlegged DVD copy made from old VHS tapes. I won't put a link, since I guess technically it's illegal to sell such copies, but you can find such DVD's if you look around on Google. I'll buy the real thing if they ever come out with it. 
Eh, maybe bootlegged DVDs are the best that show can hope for.
 

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Ren & Stimpy is not on YouTube or Hulu?   ???
Is outrage!  Hulu, I almost forgot about that website, thanks for the reminder :)
Oh, yes, the "brain gelatinizing television."  Mmmmmm.
 

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Speaking of TV......

ARE YOU THREATENING ME!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yW_sIKBfIk&feature=PlayList&p=8A5B205CC7A6EA40&index=0&playnext=1
 

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GabrieltheCelt said:
Waaiiit a minute.  It just occurred to me that I've never seen a grape pie!    
But have you seen an elephant fly?
 

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GabrieltheCelt said:
Waaiiit a minute.  It just occurred to me that I've never seen a grape pie!   
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Concord-Grape-Pie-I/Detail.aspx

or since raisins are dried grapes:

http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-00,raisin_pie_old_recepe,FF.html



 

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cleveland said:
ytterbiumanalyst said:
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Perhaps sooner if other hot topic subjects crop up?
Oh, God, I hope not. I don't think I could stand another discussion of pews.
Yikes.  Please, no.
Interesting. :-\  Just within a few posts of each other, we have talk of flatulence and pews.  What a combination. :p
 

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PeterTheAleut said:
cleveland said:
ytterbiumanalyst said:
SolEX01 said:
Perhaps sooner if other hot topic subjects crop up?
Oh, God, I hope not. I don't think I could stand another discussion of pews.
Yikes.  Please, no.
Interesting. :-\  Just within a few posts of each other, we have talk of flatulence and pews.  What a combination. :p
Indeed.  Maybe they have something to do with one another?
 

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cleveland said:
PeterTheAleut said:
cleveland said:
ytterbiumanalyst said:
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Perhaps sooner if other hot topic subjects crop up?
Oh, God, I hope not. I don't think I could stand another discussion of pews.
Yikes.  Please, no.
Interesting. :-\  Just within a few posts of each other, we have talk of flatulence and pews.  What a combination. :p
Indeed.  Maybe they have something to do with one another?
Yeah!  My flatulence makes others around me go, "PEW!" :p
 

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1,539 posts away from 300,000.... That's less than a week for us.  Let the various (and creative) countdowns begin!
 

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Two hundred and eight thousand, four hundred and sixty four posts on the wall; two hundred and eight thousand, four hundred and sixty four magnificent posts... if one more post should happen to call, it's two hundred and eight thousand, four hundred and sixty five posts on the wall!  :p
 

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We mean no harm to your planet!  We mean no harm to your planet!


How could you cover a crime so hinuss....

No.

Hyneeus?

No.

I think the word is heinous.

No, you wouldn't say "Your Heeness"

No, I have it right here!  Hyenas: Any of the wild dogs of Africa and Asia.

 

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3 people out of a 100 Bar Trivia Brainiacs (at least half of them teachers) knew the final answer to the final question in the Trivia Maryland competition which I will paraphrase as follows:

Which country has celebrated her Independence Day on March 25 since 1821?

I couldn't believe the shock as I wrote the answer down and sprinted to the host's station.  :eek:  ;D  :eek:
 

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SolEX01 said:
3 people out of a 100 Bar Trivia Brainiacs (at least half of them teachers) knew the final answer to the final question in the Trivia Maryland competition which I will paraphrase as follows:

Which country has celebrated her Independence Day on March 25 since 1821?

I couldn't believe the shock as I wrote the answer down and sprinted to the host's station.   :eek:  ;D  :eek:
Nice..... :D
 

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I know some other people on this forum better know the correct answer.  ;)

With this post, I become ... I better post to see what I became ...

Oh, never mind, Protokentarchos.  ;D
 

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SolEX01 said:
I know some other people on this forum better know the correct answer.   ;)

With this post, I become ... I better post to see what I became ...

Oh, never mind, Protokentarchos.   ;D
Yes, Mr. Centurion.
 

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SolEX01 said:
3 people out of a 100 Bar Trivia Brainiacs (at least half of them teachers) knew the final answer to the final question in the Trivia Maryland competition which I will paraphrase as follows:

Which country has celebrated her Independence Day on March 25 since 1821?

I couldn't believe the shock as I wrote the answer down and sprinted to the host's station.   :eek:  ;D  :eek:

Is it agreed that the answer 'maybe' 'Mypos'. Balki, Balki, Balki, Balki, Balki.
 

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alexp4uni said:
SolEX01 said:
3 people out of a 100 Bar Trivia Brainiacs (at least half of them teachers) knew the final answer to the final question in the Trivia Maryland competition which I will paraphrase as follows:

Which country has celebrated her Independence Day on March 25 since 1821?

I couldn't believe the shock as I wrote the answer down and sprinted to the host's station.   :eek:  ;D  :eek:
Is it agreed that the answer 'maybe' 'Mypos'. Balki, Balki, Balki, Balki, Balki.
LOL
Well done, sir!
 

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ozgeorge said:
Protokentarchos is the Greek equivalent of "Centurion"
I didn't see the root word for 100.  I thought cleveland was calling me the bottom half of a centaur.  I'm profusely sorry.  :angel:

Sure feels good to have reached Centurion level.  I knew I always had those leadership skills.  ;D  ::)  ;D
 
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