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28 posts. Alias of David Fryer.


Lawyers have hearts, they keep them in the closet next to their souls.

Do you have anything with bacon?

It wasna insult ta beer. It's na like I said it was vegan.

Stabs the brewmaster

I thought we got rid of all the zombies when we broke the Aztec curse.

Wait, isn't beer already vegetarian?

I went to the film and got exactly what I expected. I expected hot half dressed women running around in mindless action sequences with lots of explosions. Beyond that I had no expectations for this movie. I was quite entertained by the movie, but of course I was expecting mindless banality, so there is that. I think you get out of the movie what you take into it.

Evil Genius Prime wrote:
kyrt-ryder wrote:

Just to build on Brian's points here, Piracy can sometimes generate sails for a company.
Would those be "sails" that go on a ship? LOL!!!

Yep, on a pirate ship.

General Mauser VonEsandem wrote:
Cultist of Jack wrote:
General Mauser VonEsandem wrote:

I heard zis waz ze place to come and jack. I zee now that I was right.

*turns on German Electronica*


Sorry general, it's not a place to come and jack, it's a place to come and see Jack.
Dat is what I thought I was doing.

Maybe lad, but not a soul can understand ye with that accent.

lynora-Jill wrote:
Jack Hammer wrote:

A studio?

No wonder we're Angry Jacks.

We need a secret lab, weapons locker, new garage, smoke house, or better yet a brew house.

Sweetheart, in case you forgot, the studio is how we afford all of that stuff.

Oh, and the architect want you to please make up your minds on the design for the brew house or it'll never get built. ;P

Aye, I am looking forward to it too.

My standards are pretty low, and even I am sickened by the thought.

*throws up in Snooki's hair.*

I picked this up in my travels.

General Tso's Chicken
1/2 cup cornstarch
1/4 cup water
1 1/2 tsp minced garlic
1 1/2 tsp five spice powder
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup say sauce
1/4 cup white vinegar
1 3/4 cup chicken broth

3 lbs boneless chicken thighs, cut into large chunks
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 tsp white pepper
1 egg, beaten
1 cup cornstarch
1 cup olive oil

oil for frying
2 cups sliced green onion
16 small dried chili peppers

Mix the sauce ingredients together stirring until the sugar dissolves. Refrigerate until needed. In a separate bowl mix chicken, soy sauce, and white pepper. Add corn starch and mix until chicken pieces are coated evenly. Add olive oil to help separate chicken pieces.

Divide the chicken into small batches and fry in 350 degree oil until crispy. Drain on a paper towel. Add a small amount of oil to a wok and heat until the oil is hot. Add onions and peppers and stir fry for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Stir sauce and add to wok. Stir in the chicken pieces and cook until sauce thickens. Serve with steamed white or brown rice. I prefer brown because it is more healthy.

We can't seem to get out of the archives.

Monkey in the middle!

Hey, are you guys looking for a guide through this area?


Now if we could get Hugo to do a picture with the major players from the Fourms are way Too Long!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thread.


Meet me down by the railroad track.


Richard Pickman wrote:
Zaphod beeblebrox

If there's something more important than my ego on this ship, I want it gone.

Hungry Jack wrote:
Jackin' Ape wrote:
The Ape pushes his food around the feeding trough. There's something wrong with Hungry's usual delicious repast...as if there is some rotten ingredient in it.
Probably the yams - Hungry Jack® always has problems with the yams....

Then maybe you should try this:

Low Country Soup

six potatoes, cubed
one medium onion, quartered
one pound smoked sausage, cut into one inch chunks
one pound frozen corn
one pound salad shrimp
six cups chicken broth
six cups beef broth
Old Bay and cayane pepper to taste

Combine all ingredients in a large stock pot. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low. Simmer for 45-50 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serve with buttermilk or chedder garlic biscuts.

Sebastian wrote:

Ahoy, matey, I have emerged from my pirate ship with my tiny violin to play you the tribute you so richly deserve.

Give me back my ship you little blue pirate.

Sebastian wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:

Hey Gary, anytime you want to enable my moderation privileges, that would be fine by me.

Now, for example, would be a good time.

Go back to the WoTC PDF thread and whine about smurfs you big baby. ;p

Take your smurfing confetti and go somewhere else, you son of a smurf. This is a serious smurfing thread, not something for you and these cultists to derail. I posted this in order to garner sympathy and have people tell me how much they missed me and longed for my return. This isn't the place for humor or cults, this is the place for a very serious topic: ME!!

Edit: Aw man, how did I end up with Fisting Thong Smurf as my avatar?



"I think there's one in Plantjack's room."

Throw him in a lake and you could call him Bob.


Of course lass. PJ, some of your special lotion please.

Panama Jack wrote:
Lug Boat! HAW-HAW! Well done, Hammer. Now all we need is to recruit a new member to be the sailor, as was mentioned, Of course, Reggie can do it, (Reggies clears his throat int he background) but at some point, the demand may outstrip Reggie's ever-growing job description, what-what. If we had a crew of two, we could have Salty Jack and Jack Tar! How should we carry out a membership drive? March through all the threads on parade with a banner?

I here you have a ship in need of a captain. Well here I am. Now, where's me crew?