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2009-08-18 04:31:17 PM  
games4mac.de

/Cunning Stunt Bonus!!
//hot
 
2009-08-18 04:33:16 PM  
Q: What is the difference between a room full of trophy brides and Cirque du Soleil?

A: One is a cunning array of stunts.
 
2009-08-18 04:38:18 PM  
Gorgor has been unleashed on the totalfarkers. I have been waiting for this day for so long. I gotta send in $5 to see this mayhem.
 
2009-08-18 04:39:22 PM  
gorgor gets his day on the dark side of the sun
 
2009-08-18 04:45:41 PM  
Is there a collection of Gorgor links somewhere?
 
2009-08-18 04:46:06 PM  
gorgor: whut?
http://tinyurl.com/osb3r6
(copy and paste, NSFW)


Damnit, I still can't figure out what book that reminds me of.

The book was mainly a collection of short stories all taking place in the same "universe".

I remember one of the short stories was about this spider queen lady in a space station in Saturns rings who found a large emerald or something for some aliens, the aliens weren't up for giving her what she wanted for it, so they let her have their "mascot" for some time. She ate the mascot, then later became the mascot.

Thats not the story the picture reminds me of, but it was in the same book.

In one of the stories this space station was a prostitute prior to becoming a space station and on the walls were um well, what you saw in Gorgor's link.

I've been trying to google it, but have come up empty.
 
2009-08-18 04:46:42 PM  
Minnie Mouse gave me a blumpkin.
 
2009-08-18 04:48:20 PM  
gorgor: whut?
http://tinyurl.com/osb3r6
(copy and paste, NSFW)


I believe the title of that pic is "What the world looks like to a fifteen-year-old boy".
 
2009-08-18 04:50:42 PM  
Toooooooootally not what I thought that headline said. At first glance.
 
2009-08-18 04:52:40 PM  
what a spectacular day on fark. the only way it could be better would be if I was at work enjoying it on the taxpayers' dime.
 
2009-08-18 04:56:24 PM  
NorCalLos: what a spectacular day on fark. the only way it could be better would be if I was at work enjoying it on the taxpayers' dime.

Ha-HA! I am, ya bastiches!
 
2009-08-18 04:58:41 PM  
Jsc810: Is there a collection of Gorgor links somewhere?

a goateed photobucket account in an evil alternate universe

/goateed, i said goateed
//althought googling "goate-ed"...
 
2009-08-18 05:01:04 PM  
althought? obviously i need beer, stat
 
2009-08-18 05:01:11 PM  
Just Arrived:
Your life must be great, that these are your complaints. I got a rash, man.

I have to agree with him though. It's the little things that really twist my nuts.


I think I found Pedobear's alt!
 
2009-08-18 05:02:57 PM  
so let me get this straight. somebody DIDN'T like the vagina wall?

/now I'M creeped out...
 
2009-08-18 05:19:45 PM  
wpcontent.answers.com

loved it so much...
 
2009-08-18 05:22:33 PM  
I read the headline as "A stunning display of coonts"

:X
 
2009-08-18 05:30:43 PM  
theonetruetallboy: I read the headline as "A stunning display of coonts"

:X


HAHA!! Would have been hilarious if subby somehow meant to do that!!
 
2009-08-18 05:39:36 PM  
meteora: theonetruetallboy: I read the headline as "A stunning display of coonts"

:X

HAHA!! Would have been hilarious if subby somehow meant to do that!!


how does the old saying go? if you can't dazzle them with brilliance, stun them with coonts?
 
2009-08-18 05:47:37 PM  
At first I was all like, "Yea a day without a Gorgor link is like a day without sunshine"

And then I was all like, "Holy shiat, did one of them just wink at me?"
 
2009-08-18 05:58:26 PM  
farm4.static.flickr.com
it had to be done
 
2009-08-18 05:59:41 PM  
dbrunker: it had to be done

wonder what those coonts are up to now
 
2009-08-18 06:00:50 PM  
theonetruetallboy: I read the headline as "A stunning display of coonts"

:X


tvmedia.ign.com
 
2009-08-18 06:39:03 PM  
The_Brain, that brings back memories.
 
2009-08-18 07:15:39 PM  
BrJeng: gorgor: whut?
http://tinyurl.com/osb3r6
(copy and paste, NSFW)

Damnit, I still can't figure out what book that reminds me of.

The book was mainly a collection of short stories all taking place in the same "universe".

I remember one of the short stories was about this spider queen lady in a space station in Saturns rings who found a large emerald or something for some aliens, the aliens weren't up for giving her what she wanted for it, so they let her have their "mascot" for some time. She ate the mascot, then later became the mascot.

Thats not the story the picture reminds me of, but it was in the same book.

In one of the stories this space station was a prostitute prior to becoming a space station and on the walls were um well, what you saw in Gorgor's link.

I've been trying to google it, but have come up empty.


Bruce Sterling's Crystal Express (new window) - specifically, the story "Spider Rose", IIRC...
 
2009-08-18 07:16:22 PM  
akula: SuburbanCowboy: Am I the only one who gets really annoyed that Disney refers to every one of their employees as "Cast Members", now granted this guy was part of the cast of one of their shows, (so this does work in this case) but sorry, someone working as a cashier at the Disney store is not a "cast member". They aren't in a movie or play. They work at the f'ing mall. So unless I'm on film in some candid camera show, she is not a "cast member"

I also hate being referred to as a "guest" at the Gap. "Next guest on line please". I'm not staying at my friends house. I'm buying a pair of jeans. I'm a customer. And no matter how hard you try to re-brand it, and make me feel all warm and fuzzy and welcome, I still waited on line for 15 minutes for a stupid pair of pants, and you did not offer me something to drink. I'm not sleeping over, I'm shopping.

I'm not a guest, Disney employees are not all "cast members". End rant.

They do so because even when not in a specific "show" like the one in TFA, Disney expects their parks and resort areas to give the same kind of sense that one might get in a movie. This is most notable as one enters the Magic Kingdom- as you walk in, you see posters for the rides (simulating coming attractions posters at a movie theater), and as you pass under the train station you gradually see more and more of the scene (the curtain rising), and finally the full effect hits you (the main feature).

Given how elaborately themed the Walt Disney World resort area is and how they expect their employees to remain in character (according to where they are working on a given shift), I can see how they call them cast members- everybody is acting some kind of role, whether they wear a Mickey suit or not.


My wife works for ABC, which is owned by Disney. ABC employees also get referred to as "cast members." Disney sucks.
 
2009-08-18 07:26:34 PM  
keypusher: akula: SuburbanCowboy: Am I the only one who gets really annoyed that Disney refers to every one of their employees as "Cast Members", now granted this guy was part of the cast of one of their shows, (so this does work in this case) but sorry, someone working as a cashier at the Disney store is not a "cast member". They aren't in a movie or play. They work at the f'ing mall. So unless I'm on film in some candid camera show, she is not a "cast member"

I also hate being referred to as a "guest" at the Gap. "Next guest on line please". I'm not staying at my friends house. I'm buying a pair of jeans. I'm a customer. And no matter how hard you try to re-brand it, and make me feel all warm and fuzzy and welcome, I still waited on line for 15 minutes for a stupid pair of pants, and you did not offer me something to drink. I'm not sleeping over, I'm shopping.

I'm not a guest, Disney employees are not all "cast members". End rant.

They do so because even when not in a specific "show" like the one in TFA, Disney expects their parks and resort areas to give the same kind of sense that one might get in a movie. This is most notable as one enters the Magic Kingdom- as you walk in, you see posters for the rides (simulating coming attractions posters at a movie theater), and as you pass under the train station you gradually see more and more of the scene (the curtain rising), and finally the full effect hits you (the main feature).

Given how elaborately themed the Walt Disney World resort area is and how they expect their employees to remain in character (according to where they are working on a given shift), I can see how they call them cast members- everybody is acting some kind of role, whether they wear a Mickey suit or not.

My wife works for ABC, which is owned by Disney. ABC employees also get referred to as "cast members." Disney sucks.


When I washed dishes at Shoney's, my title was "General".
 
2009-08-18 07:58:17 PM  
My brother-in-law was Indiana Jones in that (or a similar show) for a while, and also was Batman in the Stunt Spectacular.

While it's scary to think what might have happened to him in his stunt guy days, the odds are much higher that he'll get in a wreck on his Harley/in his Mustang.

So what the hell, might as well get to be Indiana Jones and the goddamned Batman. Good way to go, I say.
 
2009-08-18 10:44:45 PM  
It really is The Deadliest Place on Earth!
 
2009-08-18 11:50:56 PM  
Polishwonder74: /Cunning Stunt Bonus!!
//hot


Those games ruled. Well, the first two at least.
 
2009-08-19 12:47:52 AM  
The Dread Pirate Robertson: the8re: Need a "Whack A Mole" game with that as the background.

offacue: I guess *vaginal compilation* would sum it up.

The only thing better than a Gorgor is the posts that it inspires afterwards. They run the gamut from Brando's "The horror... the horror..." to what I imagine Calvin would be like at 15 with internet access.


And sometimes you get both in the same post!

/been here 4 years
//knows better than to look at gorgor links
///still copies and pastes anyway
 
2009-08-19 09:42:40 AM  
Reverend Spooner would be impressed with Subby's headline. I, however, came looking for stunning c*nts and have left bitterly disappointed.
 
2009-08-19 10:19:39 AM  
cr0sh: BrJeng: gorgor: whut?
http://tinyurl.com/osb3r6
(copy and paste, NSFW)

Damnit, I still can't figure out what book that reminds me of.

The book was mainly a collection of short stories all taking place in the same "universe".

I remember one of the short stories was about this spider queen lady in a space station in Saturns rings who found a large emerald or something for some aliens, the aliens weren't up for giving her what she wanted for it, so they let her have their "mascot" for some time. She ate the mascot, then later became the mascot.

Thats not the story the picture reminds me of, but it was in the same book.

In one of the stories this space station was a prostitute prior to becoming a space station and on the walls were um well, what you saw in Gorgor's link.

I've been trying to google it, but have come up empty.

Bruce Sterling's Crystal Express (new window) - specifically, the story "Spider Rose", IIRC...


Thank you, that had been bugging me quite abit. Turns out the story I'm thinking of came from Schismatrix. The picture is of Kitsune in her later life.
 
2009-08-19 10:34:03 AM  
medius: i hate being at work

/cast member at a law firm


Good day sir,
This is your HR department writing to let you know your services are no longer needed. Please pack your belongings and exit the building ASAP.
Good day sir.
I said good day!
 
2009-08-19 10:47:36 AM  
FTA ...performers at the "Indiana Jones Epic" show have been injured before. In 1988, the year after the show's opening, Disney was fined $1,000 by OSHA after three people were injured...

Which Disney paid after a family of four paid for and shared a beverage and a slice of bacon?

can you say inconsequential slap on the wrist
 
2009-08-19 11:19:40 AM  
ttyymmnn: Reverend Spooner would be impressed with Subby's headline. I, however, came looking for stunning c*nts and have left bitterly disappointed.



If you are leaving disappointed, try Gorgor's link. You won't be then.
 
2009-08-19 12:52:51 PM  
medius: i hate being at work

/cast member at a law firm


Dewey, Cheatum, and Howe?
 
2009-08-19 02:18:06 PM  
If only he had remembered his Charlemagne.
 
2009-08-19 09:52:57 PM  
a stunning display of WHAT??
 
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