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I wonder if i can reverse engineer a chicken into a Tyrannosaurus Rex?


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captain yesterday wrote:
I've lived on the tundra long enough to respect snow, which is why we live within walking distance of everything essential.

Yeah; it's sad. As a native Californian, we're taught from childhood, "Be ready to go a full month with NO services -- no gas, electricity, water, or roads."

So we hoard canned and dry goods, and become backpackers because we need all the gear anyway (camp stove, fuel, water filtration, sleeping bags, etc.) and the Sierras are right there.

Yet I suspect if you inspected all of the households in California, 90-95% would fail this simple test.

Our next 8.0+ earthquake is going to be ugly...


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In Wisconsin it's more important you have a nice sturdy cow to survive any inevitable fall of society brought on by those damn salad eaters in California and/or the suits in Washington DC.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I've lived on the tundra long enough to respect snow, which is why we live within walking distance of everything essential.

Yeah; it's sad. As a native Californian, we're taught from childhood, "Be ready to go a full month with NO services -- no gas, electricity, water, or roads."

So we hoard canned and dry goods, and become backpackers because we need all the gear anyway (camp stove, fuel, water filtration, sleeping bags, etc.) and the Sierras are right there.

Yet I suspect if you inspected all of the households in California, 90-95% would fail this simple test.

Our next 8.0+ earthquake is going to be ugly...

Why stockpile today what you can loot tomorrow.

Oh right, because everyone else will be looting. Also zombies.


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If I sculpt a bunch of blue playdoh into a a small humanoid shape, soak it in Cola for three days and then attach it to a metal rod in a lightning storm.

Is that how smurfs are born.


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Monster Energy Drink works better.


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Let's not go crazy now, I want to create a bunch of harmless little jerks, not create something capable of wiping out all of humanity... Or do I...


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Do you know what happens to harmless little jerks when they get hit by lightning?

The same thing that happens to everything else.


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Do you know what happens to harmless little jerks when they get hit by lightning?

The same thing that happens to everything else.

It's the one line in that movie that I really can't stand.


What movie was that?


The first X-Men movie way back in 2000.


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Ah! So I repressed it then, good for me!


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I appreciate everything the X-Men movies did, but they did not age well.

Also X-Men 3 was the first movie I bought and threw away immediately after watching.

"You could've donated it!" the wife said "And let someone else watch it, no thanks!" I replied.


captain yesterday wrote:

I appreciate everything the X-Men movies did, but they did not age well.

Also X-Men 3 was the first movie I bought and threw away immediately after watching.

"You could've donated it!" the wife said "And let someone else watch it, no thanks!" I replied.

DVDs make good targets.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I appreciate everything the X-Men movies did, but they did not age well.

Also X-Men 3 was the first movie I bought and threw away immediately after watching.

"You could've donated it!" the wife said "And let someone else watch it, no thanks!" I replied.

That's really an awesome point.

I have some DVDs to throw out.

The Inevitable Explanation:
One of our friends delights in going to the Fry's dollar movie bin just before Christmas and grabbing the worst-looking movies he can see: "The 13th Warrior", "Wanted", and so forth.

Then he brings a bag to the game, and we are required to close our eyes, reach in, and pull out our execrable movie for the year.

We've been trying to give them away, but now I understand...


I love the X-Men movies at the time...I still really like X2. But that line...that single horrible line in X1...just...no...

13th Warrior...that could have been better. Could also have been a lot worse than it was.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I appreciate everything the X-Men movies did, but they did not age well.

Also X-Men 3 was the first movie I bought and threw away immediately after watching.

"You could've donated it!" the wife said "And let someone else watch it, no thanks!" I replied.

That's really an awesome point.

I have some DVDs to throw out.

** spoiler omitted **

Don't throw them out. Mail them to me... lol.. we gather 3 or 4 times a year to watch bad movies. We need some new material.

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