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I love the new avatar Cluedokid.

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Well thank you. I admit I do look oddly creepy in it.
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CluedoKid wrote:Well thank you. I admit I do look oddly creepy in it.
I would have said shifty more than anything, which makes it perfect for this forum.

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Clever!
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Why is The Flintstones never on TV anymore?! This does not bode well!
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WarnerPlum wrote:Why is The Flintstones never on TV anymore?! This does not bode well!
Yeah, they must have hit rock bottom.

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haha. I heard something the other day about a possible new Flintstone series? I didn't pay much attention, though.
How do you know what kind of pictures they are if you're such a lay-dee?

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There bringing back all of the old series.

Thundercats, Looney Tunes. But if they live up to the hipe is a different story.

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Here's a cluedo mystery.

https://byebyerico.com/#/intro

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Happy World AIDS Day, everyone.
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Go full blast....dammit...if you 'ave to.
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I just found out next semester, I'm going to have a graphics design teacher names Mrs. Marple.
I'm taking that as a good omen.

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I'm more conservative than liberal, but morons like these make me lose hope in mankind:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/0 ... ostpopular
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I need this shirt:

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WOAH! Now these items are beyond luxury! :shock: (Er - the usual luxury for me, that is.)

http://www.firebox.com/product/4865/Mar ... leMMent-RV
http://www.firebox.com/product/4893/Pro ... nversion=0
http://stuarthughes.com/newdawn/product ... cts_id=109

*TCHTCHTCHTCHTCHTCHCTH!* BILLLIIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *BLBLBLBLAM BLBLBLBLAM!!* *HARRRUUUUMPH!* *KABLOOOIEEEE!!!!!*
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I saw "Cars 2" at my nephew's tonight ("Cars" and "Cars 2" are currently his all-time favourite movies ever). It's not as bad as the critics make it out to be, though technically, I don't think Pixar's ever made a movie that was outright bad; it was fairly good and had its strong points but it does stand out as one of their weaker movies. "Ratatouille", "Up", and "The Incredibles" would probably be my personal top three; I'd also add the Toy Story trilogy, but that might be cheating. :P
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Oh no! Pat is set to die!! :cry:
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WarnerPlum wrote:Oh no! Pat is set to die!! :cry:
Forget Eastenders, Emmerdale is the hot soap at the moment.

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Jane Poirot wrote:I saw "Cars 2" at my nephew's tonight ("Cars" and "Cars 2" are currently his all-time favourite movies ever). It's not as bad as the critics make it out to be, though technically, I don't think Pixar's ever made a movie that was outright bad; it was fairly good and had its strong points but it does stand out as one of their weaker movies. "Ratatouille", "Up", and "The Incredibles" would probably be my personal top three; I'd also add the Toy Story trilogy, but that might be cheating. :P
I liked it a lot-- I thought it was a very clever parody of spy movies that kids could enjoy. It's like a very long episode of the extremely clever and funny series "Mater's Tall Tales". Sure, it's not a mind-blowing, groundbreaking classic, but if any studio other than Pixar had made it, it would've been hailed as a great family movie instead of the frigid reception it got.
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Ah... I miss this place. How is everybody?

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