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Shield
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Message 526 of 553 (645766)
12-29-2011 8:01 PM


Poor Zeno

frako
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Message 527 of 553 (645835)
12-30-2011 3:12 PM


hehe rofl

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Artemis Entreri 
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Message 528 of 553 (645865)
12-30-2011 5:46 PM


I LOL'ed
she is hilarious.
that and the accent of the black guy.

Dr Adequate
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Message 529 of 553 (646528)
01-05-2012 1:54 AM


Good Answer

bluegenes
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Message 530 of 553 (646686)
01-06-2012 6:18 AM


Target

frako
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Message 531 of 553 (646688)
01-06-2012 6:34 AM


I see you have your breasts and brightest working on fox news. Half of europe is laughing at this right now. lol
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Shield
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Message 532 of 553 (647226)
01-08-2012 6:11 PM


quote:
This Girl Snuck Into a Russian Military Rocket Factory
Her name is Lana Sator and she snuck into one of NPO Energomash factories outside of Moscow. Her photos are amazing, like sets straight out of Star Wars or Alien. Now the Russian government is harassing her.
It was easy to get in. She just went there, jumped over the fence and got right into the heart of the complex through a series of tunnels and pipes, which was very surprising. After all, this is an active industrial installation that belongs to one of the top manufacturers of liquid-fuel rockets in the world. Their engines power the modern Soyuz, the Zenit 3SL, and the Angara and Baikal launch vehicles. Heck, their RD-180 engine powers the first stage of the Atlas V, an American rocket. More importantly, they have specially strong ties to the Russian military.
And yet, she found nobody. No guards, no security. Nothing. Just a few CCTV cameras here and there in rooms packed with huge machinery.
While some of these zones look decrepit and abandoned, the factory is active. In fact, the government is really pissed off about Lana's adventure. The authorities have sent her letters saying that her situation will get "much worse" if she keeps posting photos from the factory.
But Lana doesn't seem to give a damn about it. She posted the letters on her site, which makes me want to go to Moscow, become her friend and party hard for a whole week. This girl is cooler and more badass than I will ever be.
That or she's crazy.
More pictures here: " ": lana_sator LiveJournal

frako
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Message 533 of 553 (647343)
01-09-2012 10:49 AM


Why do you have your eyes closed when you drink wine?
My doctor said i cant even look at wine.

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herebedragons
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Message 534 of 553 (647558)
01-10-2012 10:01 AM


Why Men Shouldn't Write Advice Columns

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caffeine
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Message 535 of 553 (647561)
01-10-2012 10:12 AM
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01-10-2012 10:01 AM


Re: Why Men Shouldn't Write Advice Columns
That sounds like Viz! If I can find the right issue, I will have to reproduce the 'Dear Mother Superior' advice column, for all your theologically related quandaries. Seems appropriate for this forum.

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Artemis Entreri 
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Message 536 of 553 (647610)
01-10-2012 1:25 PM
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01-10-2012 10:01 AM


Re: Why Men Shouldn't Write Advice Columns
old joke but good joke

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frako
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Message 537 of 553 (647751)
01-11-2012 7:19 AM


So true lol

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Dogmafood
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Message 538 of 553 (647752)
01-11-2012 7:33 AM
Reply to: Message 537 by frako
01-11-2012 7:19 AM


firefly
What a great series that was.
Shepard Book "Captain, do you mind if I say grace?"
Captain "Only if you say it out loud"

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crashfrog
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Message 539 of 553 (647753)
01-11-2012 7:39 AM
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01-11-2012 7:33 AM


Re: firefly
What a great series that was.
Everybody says that, and I always wonder what they're smoking. From the hackneyed premise, to the incredibly lazy writing, to the just-plain awkward weirdness of the final episode (I was seriously embarrassed to watch it) Firefly was just a plainly terrible show. I think that's objectively borne out by its incredibly low ratings and box office take for the spin-off movie.
A western in space? That can really work. See "Bebop, Cowboy." But it has to be more than just lazily dubbing laser sounds over gunfights with Peacemakers. As a fan of both space opera and Westerns I was more than just a little bit insulted by how Firefly stomped so brutally over both.

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frako
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Message 540 of 553 (647756)
01-11-2012 7:53 AM
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01-11-2012 7:33 AM


Re: firefly
hehe
Yea i dld the whole season watching it right now.
*river fixin the bible Sheppard walks in*
River:" Just keep walking preacher man"

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