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Post by technopatra » Wed Apr 21, 2004 12:32 pm

Alpha, you are the hottest dog on the beat...WOOF!

Ring, I am such a geek I get downright _giddy_ thinking my avatar has fans..and like all girls, I'm a sucker for eye compliments.

III, well...you know you're my e-guy.

I'm all aflutter with girlish delight.

blushes

So what if I don't have a boyfriend to take me to my uncle's wedding? Having you guys online is way, way better than having an arm to hang onto at a rubber chicken joint.

I heart you guys.

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Post by RingO'Fire » Thu Apr 22, 2004 7:44 pm

Technopatra,
So you say you're a geek who's a sucker for eye compliments, but who can't find a date, huh? Tsk tsk, it's a pity, that is. Damn the luck too, just when I was thinking of e-breaking up with you for being such a dateless geek, I had to read your brilliantly stated, insightful arbitration efforts on the "Sock Puppet" thread. Now I think I double heart you.

Like you said too, you don't need no stinkin' dates to a rubber chicken joint. You have us "virtual suitors" in your fan club out here on the eplaya.

Perhaps we could be called..."the technopatriots!"

Brilliant! By Jove, I think that's it!

Where do I sign up? Oh nevermind, I guess I already did...
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Post by technopatra » Fri Apr 23, 2004 1:18 am

OMG!!!

Looks like I need to print up some bumperstickers:

"Technopatriots Fuck the Patriot Act"

"Technopatriots Do It Online"


Awright those are kinda lame. Of course I couldn't come up with anything cooler than THIS[/img]

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Post by III » Fri Apr 23, 2004 9:24 am

swoon.
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Post by RingO'Fire » Fri Apr 23, 2004 3:41 pm

technopatra wrote:I couldn't come up with anything cooler than THIS[/img]
III,
Is this you? If so, it's pretty fuckin' awesome. I wish I had women running around with my picture on their thongs.

Hey, wait a minute, I just got a gifting idea...
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Post by theCryptofishist » Fri Apr 23, 2004 3:45 pm

RingO'Fire wrote:I wish I had women running around with my picture on their thongs.

Hey, wait a minute, I just got a gifting idea...
Careful what you wish for, you might just be giving them the panties they want to be wearing when their tampon fails. . .

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Post by III » Fri Apr 23, 2004 10:32 pm

>Is this you?

yes, ca. 2000.

as far as i know, none of the owners of those thongs have relegated them to period panty status yet.

you can also get baby bibs.
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Post by RingO'Fire » Sat Apr 24, 2004 5:35 pm

theCryptofishist wrote:
RingO'Fire wrote:I wish I had women running around with my picture on their thongs.

Hey, wait a minute, I just got a gifting idea...
Careful what you wish for, you might just be giving them the panties they want to be wearing when their tampon fails. . .
Eeeww! I was thinking more along the lines of my studmuffin face on the front and a map to my camp on the back. I'm sure I'd have 'em lining up outside the place, arguing over who gets to go next with me. As long as I'm fantasizing, all my fantasy women will bring me some ice cold beer too, or perhaps some Viagra.
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Post by Captain Goddammit » Sat Apr 24, 2004 6:24 pm

While you're at it, make them edible! And they're gonna have a picture of what part of you?
Nevermind, I'm not hungry anymore.
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Post by Zulegoona » Sat Apr 24, 2004 9:32 pm

Maybe you could include a complimentary sample pack of Icy hot.

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Post by RingO'Fire » Sun Apr 25, 2004 10:12 pm

Captain Goddammit wrote:While you're at it, make them edible! And they're gonna have a picture of what part of you?
Nevermind, I'm not hungry anymore.
Zulegoona wrote:Maybe you could include a complimentary sample pack of Icy hot.
You guys got me fallin' out of my chair LOL!
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Post by theCryptofishist » Thu Apr 29, 2004 2:53 pm

Ranger Genius to instill a crush in my heart.









I must be going soft!

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Post by theCryptofishist » Thu Apr 29, 2004 2:54 pm

RingO'Fire wrote: Eeeww! I was thinking more along the lines of my studmuffin face on the front and a map to my camp on the back.
Back? of a thong? You're a little less than conversent with the realities of women's underwear.

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Post by Alpha » Thu Apr 29, 2004 6:23 pm

As long as you're camping on 6:00 that will work just fine.

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Post by RingO'Fire » Fri Apr 30, 2004 10:21 am

theCryptofishist wrote:
RingO'Fire wrote: Eeeww! I was thinking more along the lines of my studmuffin face on the front and a map to my camp on the back.
Back? of a thong? You're a little less than conversent with the realities of women's underwear.
I was thinking of the "back" as the inside of the front part. That way, when all those thong-wearin' hotties are trying to navigate their way to my place, they can just pull their thong out away from their bodies, check the map down by their bush or landing strip or shaved mound or whatever, and that will help remind them why they're tryin' to find me in the first place (as if they could forget).
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Post by Alpha » Fri Apr 30, 2004 10:54 am

RingO'Fire wrote:down by their bush or landing strip or shaved mound or whatever
attaboy, Ring.. sometimes the direct approach is the best approach.

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Post by DVD Burner » Tue May 04, 2004 11:13 pm

Crush PurpleKoosh & Aerodrown for just being themselfs.
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Post by RingO'Fire » Wed May 05, 2004 8:13 am

Alpha wrote:
RingO'Fire wrote:down by their bush or landing strip or shaved mound or whatever
attaboy, Ring.. sometimes the direct approach is the best approach.
Amen! Seems to me that sometimes you have to "beat around the bush" so to speak. In other words, sometimes you have to keep your inner "sex monkey" in his cage while outwardly being confident, charming, funny, playful, teasing, nonchalant, etc. etc. before cracking open the cage door to loose the inner sex monkey and let him run free.

On the other hand, like you said, sometimes its better to let that sucker out of the cage and just let him go for the banana right away. Oh wait, "banana" is a bad analogy (for me anyway). Let's try that again.

"Sometimes you just have to let your inner sex monkey out of the cage so he can go right for....the taco!" Yeah, that's the ticket! Monkeys like tacos, don't they? After all, it is Cinco de Mayo!
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Post by Captain Goddammit » Wed May 05, 2004 3:44 pm

How about "meat curtains"
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Post by RingO'Fire » Thu May 06, 2004 5:53 am

Captain Einstein wrote:How about "meat curtains"
LOL! I love it! I want to decorate my house with them. Do you think I could order a set of "meat curtains" from Rooms To Go?
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Post by Captain Goddammit » Thu May 06, 2004 6:08 am

Well, in Nevada I think you can!
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Post by RingO'Fire » Thu May 06, 2004 12:08 pm

Sweet! Maybe I can stop by 'Ho's To Go' and rent a pair or two on my way to the playa. That way, I could decorate my dome with them all week. Depending upon the grade of meat in the "Meat Curtains", it should only add, what, say $2,000-$10,000 per day to my BM budget?

Hmmm....On second thought, I think I'll just bring a disposable pair with me. I'll also see if I can borrow some once I get there.
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Post by technopatra » Thu May 06, 2004 4:53 pm

um...eeeew. Perhaps I lack a sense of humor about my privates but if anyone called them "meat curtains" to my face he will have lost any remote chance he might ever of had of actually seeing them, let anone getting his banana anywhere near...

Back to crushing -

Zephyrus jumps back to the top of my crush list for just about everything he wrote in the Fascism thread.

SMOOCH!

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Post by DVD Burner » Thu May 06, 2004 5:24 pm

CRUSH TP!

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Post by Captain Goddammit » Thu May 06, 2004 8:09 pm

technopatra wrote:um...eeeew. Perhaps I lack a sense of humor about my privates
Sure do!
I must take issue with my gefoffinator being referred to as a "banana", though.


You realize we're just playin' around, right?
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Post by RingO'Fire » Fri May 07, 2004 2:20 pm

technopatra wrote:...if anyone called them "meat curtains" to my face he will have lost any remote chance he might ever of had of actually seeing them, let anone getting his banana anywhere near...
Of course none of us, ahem, gentlemen would ever say anything of the sort to your face or in "mixed company" for that matter. That would be bad manners. (We're very big on manners here in the South, well, most of the time anyway). Now, when joking around here on the eplaya, on the other hand.....
Captain Dick Johnson wrote:I must take issue with my gefoffinator being referred to as a "banana", though.
I, in turn, must take issue with my "special purpose" being referred to as a giraffe-inator.

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Post by RingO'Fire » Fri May 14, 2004 6:37 pm

I just have to re-state my Crush on TECHNOPATRA!

Check this out y'all:
Technopatra (from the 'Berg Video' thread) wrote:I never watched slasher movies. My junior high friends made fun of me for my conscientious objection at slumber parties. They thought I was scared but I wasn't - I was disgusted. Disgusted that seeing a human body violated and torn open was entertainment for them. It didn't matter to me that it wasn't real. To this day I shut my eyes at the gory bits in movies because not only do I not want to carry those images around with me, making me feel ill at the slighest recollection, but I don't want to be the kind of person that is entertained by it.

Not to get all high-horse. Yes, I have trouble reconciling this to my love of the Matrix-type movies.
Right on TP! I feel exactly the same way! I never have and still don't like gory, scary movies, even the ones that are supposed to be funny. I too still close my eyes or turn my head away from the super-gory parts of some movies. I don't want those images floating around in my unconscious mind and perhaps entering my dreams.

However, I absolutely love stuff like Braveheart, Saving Private Ryan, James Bond, The Matrix, "action" movies with car chases and gun play. I don't necessarily "love" the gory parts, but they don't disgust me like slasher movies, perhaps because the violence is more stylized and Maybe it's because they don't seem to glorify the extreme explicit violence and don't seem to overtly appeal as much to people's more base prurient interests like "slasher" flicks do.

Check this out too:
Technopatra (from the 'What are you listening to?' thread) wrote:Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's slack-key version of "Over the Rainbow". I always hated that song until I heard it, but now I think it's one of the most sweetly melancholic tunes I've ever heard.
This song has the same effect on me. Last year, I heard a piece on NPR about native Hawaiian surfers. These guys were talking about what kind of music they listened to before they went surfing. They said, "We don't listen to metal or rock n' roll or anything like that. Mostly, we just listen to 'Iz' before we go surfing..."

Listening to Iz sing this song makes me really believe, or at least want to believe, that
"somewhere over the rainbow
skys are blue
and the dreams that you dare to dream
really do come true."

Listen for yourself:
http://www.npr.org/ramfiles/asc/bestof02.israel.rmm
RealPlayer w/ photo montage - reqs latest RealPlayer (>9Mb download)
OR
http://www.npr.org/ramfiles/asc/bestof02.israel.asx
Windows Media audio

Another one that gets me every time is Louis Armstrong singing "It's a Wonderful World". Iz blends "It's a Wonderful World" and "Over the Rainbow" into a medley. The Louis Armstrong version is of course different, but just as moving.

Here it is:
http://web9.si.edu/smithsonianjazz/audi ... nderful.rm
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Damn, just listened to both songs back to back. Each one gets me every time. I think I need to go be around some friends now.

TP, I hope to meet you in person some day. If you're at the Flambe Lounge on May 23rd, I'll see you there.
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Post by technopatra » Sat May 15, 2004 11:40 am

*blushes*

Aww thanks, Ring. Yes I will be at the Flambe Lounge!! I'm guessing I'll have to wear my hat so folks can recognize me.

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Post by RingO'Fire » Sun May 16, 2004 5:03 pm

You're welcome!

I betcha I'll recognize you at the Flambe Lounge even without your leopard print hat; I'll be the guy that looks a lot like my avatar.

I'm looking forward to making your aquaintance!
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Post by cowboyangel » Fri May 21, 2004 2:04 pm

technopatra you are cool save me a piece of yourself for my shrine to intelligent femgods
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