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Just look at this image for awhile.....

 

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NOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :o :o

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And now we mention how ads are actually personalised to the viewer...

 

AKA...

 

You're one of THEM!!!! :o :o :o :o :o Quick get him!

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Guest Stevie_K
And now we mention how ads are actually personalised to the viewer...

 

AKA...

 

You're one of THEM!!!! :o :o :o :o :o Quick get him!

 

I'm an Antitheist. Bugger off Luke! :P

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Noooooooooo, you are corrupted by the Dark Side!

Run away! :o

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I'm an Antitheist. Bugger off Luke! :P

But it does mean that you've searched for scientology at some point.

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Guest Stevie_K
But it does mean that you've searched for scientology at some point.

 

You have to gain knowledge of something in order to able to reasonably hate it.

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You have to gain knowledge of something in order to able to reasonably hate it.

Truer words have rarely been spoken.

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Where do those people come from? I mean I like money, most people do, but I don't like it enough to throw away what little dignity I have left and confess my darkest secrets to a bloody TV audience... :o

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but I don't like it enough to throw away what little dignity I have left and confess my darkest secrets to a bloody TV audience... :o

"Dark secrets" like obsession with going to the toilet all the time, traumas from being attacked by ants that came from a flower or happiness for cutting your legs off?

That's called "talk-show-that-is-such-an-epic-fail-that-it-makes-things-up-to-fill-the-program-before-damn-soap-operas-come-up"

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There are people like that. The obsessive pooper might have a form of OCD or coprophilia, the ant one probably just has a phobia, the leg chopper has apotemnophilia.

The question is whether any with those conditions actually went onto those shows.

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Ah, this comment is great.

 

Reminds me of a joke I heard today.

 

A mother walks into the living room and notices her son is crying while watching TV. "Honey, what's wrong?" she asks. "They just shot Justin Bieber on CSI!" he sobbed. "Oh honey," his mom consoles, "don't worry. It's not real; he's still alive." The son replies "That's why I'm crying!"

 

Maybe not the most original joke, but great nevertheless.

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Ahh yes Mr conformist himself...

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cnc95ondosbox.png

 

belive me, this isn't fake.

Edited by pichorra

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...the hell? Are you running C&C95 in DOSBox?

 

Wait... can DOSBox run Win98? :P

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..and i thought he was referring to the chat.

 

lol..puberty.

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..and i thought he was referring to the chat.

 

lol..puberty.

 

nono, the chat thing is only for prove it is true.

 

 

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yes, you can, but it is unstable like... Windows =P

 

i'm trying to figure how to use the network trough dosbox, if i find, i can do a Windows vs. DOS match =D

Edited by pichorra

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yes, you can, but it is unstable like... Windows =P

Win98 was glitchy as hell. My brother, when he had it, couldn't run a PowerPoint presentation because the system would crash :P

But, at least it could run pre-Generals C&C games and ST: Armada 1 properly :rolleyes:

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I've done DOS C&C vs C&C95... through com port emulation, using the game's null modem play option. Over the internet. Me vs Myg :P

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