Keught up! Spotty responses here, I had other but they must have been saved on my other computer. And excuse any typos (cute little monsters!) or gibberish, I'm falling asleep as I write this.
trpmb6 wrote:I am really surprised that nobody commented on here that the new COSMOS had a reference to the filling of the mediterranean sea, even showing the same trees (logically) that Randall used in this comic. As soon as I saw it on TV, I told my wife "It's the Time Comic!!!"
Ooh, a new Revealer the Recent! Welcome! I haven't been watching Cosmos, but I might have to check this out.
This mediocre finale!
That's awesomeful! The series was steakish!
BC wrote:Then they both grew, and she ended up a D. A bit much, she says.
Why would someone ever say that? It's not even a DD, so it sounds reasonable to me.
Yeah, well, you aren't the one carrying them around.
BlitzGirl wrote:I call Blitzus Annoyus on the oldpixpope, because only about 3 UNGs out of the next 20 or so are particularly interesting (the ones with dialogue).
Oh ch*rp, I've been ninja'd. Does Blitzus Annoyus still work?
I never knew what Blitzus Annoyus is. I could look in the wiki, but I'm lazy.
Re: OtherComic 1365. Oh, Spalding. I couldn't read it, and it said something about Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny, so I thought it said Space Jam. Makes much more sense now.
SBN, I loved the picture of your wolpy i the cone of shame. That is such a sad wolpy! Don't tell him I laughed when I saw that picture...
Thanks, mrob, for reminding me what all the letters in SBN's posts were referring to. I did vaguely remember what they all referred to, though I was too lazy to go back and look it up for sure. I was thinking someone might come up with more descriptive names than just the letters, but I can't come up with anything. So letters it is.
Beauiful OTColored, ergman!
lmjb1964 wrote:And happy 6100, BlitzGirl, and 1190 Zooman!
June Bug is ketching up the future again!
I think it was Neil who got to 1190 posts, not me. But thanks anyway!
Oops. Blame it on all these Time-traveling OTTers. They must have disrupted something in the space-time continuum, and it's affecting my ketchup.
I'm sure that's it.
But, uh, happy 700!
Treeish Lego thing, mrob.
Aluisio, I'm sorry to hear about your teacher and I wish him all the best. Giving blood is not so bad, but do check on whether you can or not.
I loved your music you posted, yappo. And Blue Crab, what a steakish story!
lmjb1964 wrote:Julie Andrews...original Broadway cast of Camelot. By the time the movie was made, she was too big of a movie start to accept the role, plus it was probably a bit of a "Ch*rp you!" to the director. He was also the guy that didn't cast her in the movie of My Fair Lady a few years earlier, even though she played the role on Broadway, because he thought she wouldn't bring people to the theater. Guess he feels stupid now. Actually, he's probably dead now, so he probably doesn't feel anything. /random musical trivia
TO be fair, He cast Audrey Hepburn. Can't really fault him for that—Andrews is an infinitely better singer, but Hepburn would
have brought more people in. She is Audrey Fricken Hepburn, and she was in the prime of her beauty.
Yeah, nothing against Audrey. she's great. And it was another job for Marni Nixon.
BlitzGirl wrote:Holy ch*rp we can PRINT OUT CANDY.
We. Can. Print. Out. Candy.
Excuse me while I try to wrap my head around this. And drool a little bit.
I need a candy printer, stat!
There was lots of other cool stuff-the Bong ottifications, the dancing discussion, and I know there was a long post that I needed to repond to but it didn't save, or something. And I can hardly keep by eyes open, so I really must coma. I need to molpy up in about 3 longpix. Argh.
edit to fix quote mustard. I'm surprised there weren't more considering I was half a-coma when I posted.