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posted 17 May 2013 00:12 EDT (US)   
The Man with the Laughs





Gooooooooood-byyyyyyye Vietnaaaaam! That's right, I'm history... I'm outta here. I got the lucky ticket home, baby. Rollin, rollin, rollin'... keep them wagons rollin', rawhide! Yeah, that's right... the final Adrian Cronauer broadcast... and this one is brought to you by our friends at the Pentagon. Remember the people who brought you Korea? That's right, the U.S. Army. If it's being done correctly, here or abroad, it's probably not being done by the Army.







In honor of Robin Williams, I've decided to forsake the rules and simple post a lot of what made him special to us: his humor and ability to make us laugh!!


Genie: [turns into a cheerleader] Rick 'em, rack 'em, rock 'em, rake! Stick that sword into that snake!
Jafar: You stay out of this!
Genie: [Weakly] Jafar, Jafar, he's our man; if he can't do it, great!

When Christopher Reeve was in the hospital after his accident, Robin came to visit him. Reeve said this about that surprise visit:
Then, at an especially bleak moment, the door flew open and in hurried a squat fellow with a blue scrub hat and a yellow surgical gown and glasses, speaking in a Russian accent. He announced that he was my proctologist, and that he had to examine me immediately...it was Robin Williams...for the first time since the accident, I laughed. My old friend had helped me know that somehow I was going to be okay.
When Stephan Spielberg was filming "Schindler's List", Robin would call him to cheer him up. I think I only called him once, maybe twice. I called him when I was representing People for the Valdheimers Association. A society devoted to helping raise money to help older Germans who had forgotten everything before 1945. I remember him laughing and going 'thank you.'"










WARNING: Language









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Winners of the ICC Championship:
100: Awesome Eagle
476: Pitt
500: Hannibal the Conqueror
793: EnemyofJupitor
1066: EnemyofJupitor
1389: Awesome Eagle
1453: Awesome Eagle
1500: Punic Hebil
1789: Jax
1914: EnemyofJupitor
2000: Jetkill Fastmurder
2500:

[This message has been edited by Terikel Grayhair (edited 12-13-2014 @ 02:35 PM).]

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posted 01 July 2013 10:56 EDT (US)     301 / 2504  
Scunny has no redeeming features whatsoever. Don't bother.

I managed to lift my own bodyweight at the gym today. I am of stronk! Even if it was only squats

But I won't go to England due to the prescence of scruffy in shottingham. - Scenter102
This is Scruff we are talking about. I can't think of anything I don't see Scruff doing just for the hell of it. - Agrippa 271
The cake was made by Scruffy and it was... a rude shape. - Liam
monkey in a suit on a cycle - Scenter102 describing Scruffy
posted 01 July 2013 11:53 EDT (US)     302 / 2504  
I think I can do about 2/3 of my body weight in squats. I won't do more because I can picture the bar snapping my spine under that weight.
posted 03 July 2013 22:23 EDT (US)     303 / 2504  
So Forbes came out with their top 15 richest fictional characters. The list is as follows:

1. Smaug - $62B
2. Flintheart Glomgold - $51.9B
3. Carlisle Cullen - $36.3B
4. Jed Clampett - $9.8B
5. Tony Stark - $9.3B
6. Richie Rich - $8.9B
7. Charles Foster Kane - $8.3B
8. Bruce Wayne - $6.9B
9. Forrest Gump - $5.7B
10. Mr. Monopoly - $2.5B
11. Lisbeth Salander - $2.4B
12. Tywin Lannister - $2.1B
13. C. Montgomery Burns - $1.3B
14. Robert Crawley - $1.1B
15. Jo Bennett - $1B

Some fun info

I am the Carthaginian who became an angel, and surrendered his wings for a life on the sea of battle.

My magic screen is constantly bombarded with nubile young things eager to please these old eyes. This truly is a wonderful period in which to exist! - Terikel the Deflowerer
posted 04 July 2013 02:43 EDT (US)     304 / 2504  
Have they nothing better to do than count beans for non-existent people?

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Somewhere over the EXCO Rainbow
Master Skald, Order of the Silver Quill, Guild of the Skalds
Champion of the Sepia Joust- Joust I, II, IV, VI, VII, VIII
posted 04 July 2013 03:12 EDT (US)     305 / 2504  
They have to keep all of those English majors busy somehow

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction." - Ronald Reagan
"Judge them not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Pick up a rifle and you change instantly from a subject to a citizen." - Jeff Cooper
"I like my enemies like James Bond likes his martinis- shaken, not stirred."
My first book, The King's Own
posted 04 July 2013 04:41 EDT (US)     306 / 2504  
Or stop business people going mental...

And I shall go Softly into the Night Taking my Dreams As will You
posted 04 July 2013 04:54 EDT (US)     307 / 2504  
Indeed. But i thought Tony stark would he worth more- but maybe his tech just seems expensive..

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
posted 04 July 2013 10:34 EDT (US)     308 / 2504  
Happy Fourth everyone!

I've been thinking recently and wondered what would have happened if the cold war turned hot after the Nuremburg Trials?
posted 04 July 2013 13:08 EDT (US)     309 / 2504  
Ask, and ye shall receive Sorry I couldn't pull up the original documents. They exist online, I've read them, but I'm tired and it wasn't on the first page of my google results, ok?

Yes, indeed. 237 years of independence from the colonial savages huehuehue

But I won't go to England due to the prescence of scruffy in shottingham. - Scenter102
This is Scruff we are talking about. I can't think of anything I don't see Scruff doing just for the hell of it. - Agrippa 271
The cake was made by Scruffy and it was... a rude shape. - Liam
monkey in a suit on a cycle - Scenter102 describing Scruffy

[This message has been edited by Earl Scruffles (edited 07-04-2013 @ 01:12 PM).]

posted 04 July 2013 13:35 EDT (US)     310 / 2504  
2. Flintheart Glomgold - $51.9B
Scrooge McDuck must be devastated.

"Into the face of the young man who sat on the terrace of the Hotel Magnifique at Cannes there had crept a look of furtive shame, the shifty, hangdog look which announces that an Englishman is about to talk French." - P.G. Wodehouse, The Luck of the Bodkins
posted 04 July 2013 13:55 EDT (US)     311 / 2504  
Understandable of them to want to be their own country - there being an ocean in the middle and all. Nevertheless, a sad day for the colonials to renounce their motherland, and which I have observed with due solemnity. I live in hope that some day they will recognise their mistake - not that we would allow them back if they did. Their transgression of the border with the Native Americans in their insatiable greed for more land cannot be forgiven lightly, nor overlooked like all the nasty things we did to natives in all our other provinces.

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EDORIX
~ ancient briton ~
posted 04 July 2013 14:20 EDT (US)     312 / 2504  
Drinking my libertea all day Scruff

I am the Carthaginian who became an angel, and surrendered his wings for a life on the sea of battle.

My magic screen is constantly bombarded with nubile young things eager to please these old eyes. This truly is a wonderful period in which to exist! - Terikel the Deflowerer
posted 04 July 2013 19:32 EDT (US)     313 / 2504  
This 4th of July I am going to do some laundry. After that, Operation Drunk as a Sailor begins.

Sir, I have not yet begun to defile myself.
Swallow my pride? No thank you, Im too full of myself.
I bring you nothing but love and a shopping bag full of sexual depravity.
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
Tied with Meteora (****er) for Best Sig Award.
posted 04 July 2013 20:52 EDT (US)     314 / 2504  
I'm usually a fairly composed and sober man, but today I celebrated muh freedom with fireworks and alcoholic beverages. MURRICA!!!!

"Life is more fun when you are insane. Just let go occasionally".- yakcamkir 12:14
"It is not numbers, but vision that wins wars." - Antiochus VII Sidetes
"My magic screen is constantly bombarded with nubile young things eager to please these old eyes. This truly is a wonderful period in which to exist! - Terikel Grayhair
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posted 04 July 2013 22:37 EDT (US)     315 / 2504  
*'Murica.

Sir, I have not yet begun to defile myself.
Swallow my pride? No thank you, Im too full of myself.
I bring you nothing but love and a shopping bag full of sexual depravity.
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
Tied with Meteora (****er) for Best Sig Award.
posted 04 July 2013 23:55 EDT (US)     316 / 2504  
I spent my 4th drinking tea and watching Doctor Who.
posted 05 July 2013 03:01 EDT (US)     317 / 2504  
I have recently come to the sobering and disturbing realisation that Doctor Who is in fact terrible.

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EDORIX
~ ancient briton ~
posted 05 July 2013 04:09 EDT (US)     318 / 2504  
It certainly has its moments, often swinging wildly between the amazing and the terrible.

It definitely spends too much time on the terrible though.

PROCRASTINATE NOT JAMAIS ARRIERE
posted 05 July 2013 05:35 EDT (US)     319 / 2504  
*'Murica.
Your ability even a day later to be able to process and correct DU statment would indicate that you failed in your Operation Drunk as a Sailor. Better luck next year.

Personally, i have never watched Doctor Who, and nor do i have the desire to do so. I just never get it..

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
posted 05 July 2013 09:51 EDT (US)     320 / 2504  
I have recently come to the sobering and disturbing realisation that Doctor Who is in fact terrible.
I arrived at that overwhelming sensation near the end of David Tennant's tenure. I watched probably half of Matt Smith's first season, but that's it.

The stories were getting a bit rubbish. Danger, people do stupid things, Doctor warns them, people die, Doctor appears to be about to die, Doctor spouts babble then saves the day.

"Into the face of the young man who sat on the terrace of the Hotel Magnifique at Cannes there had crept a look of furtive shame, the shifty, hangdog look which announces that an Englishman is about to talk French." - P.G. Wodehouse, The Luck of the Bodkins
posted 05 July 2013 10:48 EDT (US)     321 / 2504  
/so it's like most American T.V. shows?
posted 05 July 2013 14:02 EDT (US)     322 / 2504  
I enjoy Dr Who, purely for its entertainment value and those witty comments that are made here and there. Much like in House. It was extremely predictable overall, but still rather enjoyable.

I am the Carthaginian who became an angel, and surrendered his wings for a life on the sea of battle.

My magic screen is constantly bombarded with nubile young things eager to please these old eyes. This truly is a wonderful period in which to exist! - Terikel the Deflowerer
posted 05 July 2013 17:23 EDT (US)     323 / 2504  
In terms of monsters I find Supernatural better than Dr Who.
posted 05 July 2013 20:18 EDT (US)     324 / 2504  
Got to love Scrubs. I am rewatching it again. Now up to the 8th Season. Has anyone seen the 9th? i have yet to even though i have bought it. I am worried that it will ruin the nice ending of the 8th Season

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it- George Santayana
History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are- David C. McCullough
Wars not make one great- Yoda
posted 06 July 2013 19:18 EDT (US)     325 / 2504  
Your ability even a day later to be able to process and correct DU statment would indicate that you failed in your Operation Drunk as a Sailor. Better luck next year.
I have three empty 12 packs of beer and an empty bottle of scotch that say otherwise. Plus several small burns that I do not recollect getting. I just rarely get hangovers despite how much I drink. Got to throw the whole "sailor" thing out there as well.

Sir, I have not yet begun to defile myself.
Swallow my pride? No thank you, Im too full of myself.
I bring you nothing but love and a shopping bag full of sexual depravity.
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
Tied with Meteora (****er) for Best Sig Award.
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