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2013-03-14 01:54:14 AM

Gyrfalcon: Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: I approve of this, truthfully I want to see someone killed by an emu in an arena.

Nah, cassowaries. Those bastards are vicious.

Cassowaries are killer animals in Far Cry 3. I guess game designers really do do some research.

How humiliating would it be to be slashed to death by a huge bird with a wattle, though?

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2013-03-14 01:55:09 AM

Gyrfalcon: They have this big, long, razor-sharp claw on their toe, and apparently can disembowel you with it. Fun times...


Cassowaries are the only local animal I give a wide berth. Sharks, spiders, crocs, snakes, they're all fine with me, but I do not trust those Goddamn murderbirds. I saw one kick right through the side of a car and take the door with it.
 
2013-03-14 01:56:42 AM

hubiestubert: tinfoil-hat maggie: hubiestubert: Gyrfalcon: Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: I approve of this, truthfully I want to see someone killed by an emu in an arena.

Nah, cassowaries. Those bastards are vicious.

Cassowaries are killer animals in Far Cry 3. I guess game designers really do do some research.

How humiliating would it be to be slashed to death by a huge bird with a wattle, though?

Considering our early history, it's not terribly outlandish. Imagine this sucker gunning for you...

[farm1.static.flickr.com image 500x327]

I think they had those in the historical documentary called 10,000 BC ; )

There IS a theory that dragons tend to be passed down to us, with combined features of all the critters that we land based primates are most fearful of. Big ass reptiles, big ass birds, big ass cats and ursids. We mashed up all these features into mythic monsters that exemplified our greatest fears, and fears that plains and sometimes water dwelling primates were most careful of. It comes down to ancient cautions of the critters that would drag us down, pluck us from the grass, or snatch us from the river or lakeside. Not exactly a conscious and active fear, but one that was hardwired into us from our days as wandering primates. Big ass predators like terror birds--who sort of went extinct as humans came onto the scene--would certainly qualify as something that land based primates would want to avoid like the dickens, and to be fair, as descendants of the dinosaurs, about as close to being hunted by a velociraptor as we could ever imagine, only with more head crunching than eviscerating claw action.


I've been trying to work out a storyline that has early hominids as goblins, and orcs and such. explaining the myths. I mean no one knows what the interactions between Neanderthals and homo sapiens were but never have been happy with it but it is similar, cool ; )
 
2013-03-14 01:59:53 AM

Gyrfalcon: tinfoil-hat maggie: Gyrfalcon: Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: I approve of this, truthfully I want to see someone killed by an emu in an arena.

Nah, cassowaries. Those bastards are vicious.

Cassowaries are killer animals in Far Cry 3. I guess game designers really do do some research.

How humiliating would it be to be slashed to death by a huge bird with a wattle, though?

I'm gonna have to look up cassowaries, now, thanks y'all.
/Never played Far Cry 3
//I'm still killing stuff in Skyrim
/Oh, and taking over the world in Empire.
////Still not as as good as nuking people in civ 2 but, oh well ; )

Here's a cassowary attacking someone:

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They have this big, long, razor-sharp claw on their toe, and apparently can disembowel you with it. Fun times...


Something like this?
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2013-03-14 02:02:14 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Something like this?


media.2oceansvibe.com
 
2013-03-14 02:03:24 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: Gyrfalcon: They have this big, long, razor-sharp claw on their toe, and apparently can disembowel you with it. Fun times...

Cassowaries are the only local animal I give a wide berth. Sharks, spiders, crocs, snakes, they're all fine with me, but I do not trust those Goddamn murderbirds. I saw one kick right through the side of a car and take the door with it.


Damn, well glad they're not around here, I'll stick with the spiders and snakes and stuff I know.
 
2013-03-14 02:05:25 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: hubiestubert: tinfoil-hat maggie: hubiestubert: Gyrfalcon: Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: I approve of this, truthfully I want to see someone killed by an emu in an arena.

Nah, cassowaries. Those bastards are vicious.

Cassowaries are killer animals in Far Cry 3. I guess game designers really do do some research.

How humiliating would it be to be slashed to death by a huge bird with a wattle, though?

Considering our early history, it's not terribly outlandish. Imagine this sucker gunning for you...

[farm1.static.flickr.com image 500x327]

I think they had those in the historical documentary called 10,000 BC ; )

There IS a theory that dragons tend to be passed down to us, with combined features of all the critters that we land based primates are most fearful of. Big ass reptiles, big ass birds, big ass cats and ursids. We mashed up all these features into mythic monsters that exemplified our greatest fears, and fears that plains and sometimes water dwelling primates were most careful of. It comes down to ancient cautions of the critters that would drag us down, pluck us from the grass, or snatch us from the river or lakeside. Not exactly a conscious and active fear, but one that was hardwired into us from our days as wandering primates. Big ass predators like terror birds--who sort of went extinct as humans came onto the scene--would certainly qualify as something that land based primates would want to avoid like the dickens, and to be fair, as descendants of the dinosaurs, about as close to being hunted by a velociraptor as we could ever imagine, only with more head crunching than eviscerating claw action.

I've been trying to work out a storyline that has early hominids as goblins, and orcs and such. explaining the myths. I mean no one knows what the interactions between Neanderthals and homo sapiens were but never have been happy with it but it is similar, cool ; )


That's funny, because I've been working on a story based on some research that pointed to Neanderthals having, in some ways, more developed areas of the brain than humans. It led to a story about Neanderthals with psi powers, never developing much for material technology, and instead wiped out after a tragic accident destroyed their greatest city, reducing the survivors to trying to escape the hellhole that their hubris in trying to tap the sun for power, and throwing these last remnants into the wilderness and pitted against the savage and untamed homo sapiens. I based the locations of nuclear glass found in odd places, and entirely out of timeline, and oddly enough, there were Neanderthals and other early hominds near the sites, so it sort of flowed from there. It is not a short though, and novellas are a hard frippin' sell these days...
 
2013-03-14 02:06:57 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: Something like this?

[media.2oceansvibe.com image 490x325]


Yep, no dinosaur relatives living or evolution just really likes pointy sharp claws, eeek....
/Damn that's freaky
 
2013-03-14 02:17:06 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: Something like this?

[media.2oceansvibe.com image 490x325]

Yep, no dinosaur relatives living or evolution just really likes pointy sharp claws, eeek....
/Damn that's freaky


Well, birds ARE the descendants of dinosaurs. Then again, mammals evolved from reptilians as well. Synapsids were a freaky bunch of reptiles--including the sailback Dimetrodon. The Sauropsids really had a great run, and birds are still doing their thing. It's not surprising that some birds fell back into roles that other Sauropsids had filled before. Especially given their hip structure was already in position for such a set up.
 
2013-03-14 02:21:42 AM

hubiestubert: That's funny, because I've been working on a story based on some research that pointed to Neanderthals having, in some ways, more developed areas of the brain than humans. It led to a story about Neanderthals with psi powers, never developing much for material technology, and instead wiped out after a tragic accident destroyed their greatest city, reducing the survivors to trying to escape the hellhole that their hubris in trying to tap the sun for power, and throwing these last remnants into the wilderness and pitted against the savage and untamed homo sapiens. I based the locations of nuclear glass found in odd places, and entirely out of timeline, and oddly enough, there were Neanderthals and other early hominds near the sites, so it sort of flowed from there. It is not a short though, and novellas are a hard frippin' sell these days...


Oh my, that sounds cool. Okay I know there's supposed to be one site in India but were else is there vitrification of sand. ( I think I'm using the right word.)
And I'm sure it's not an easy sell to publishers in this day and age, although it should be..It sounds interesting.
 
2013-03-14 02:26:17 AM

hubiestubert: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: Something like this?

[media.2oceansvibe.com image 490x325]

Yep, no dinosaur relatives living or evolution just really likes pointy sharp claws, eeek....
/Damn that's freaky

Well, birds ARE the descendants of dinosaurs. Then again, mammals evolved from reptilians as well. Synapsids were a freaky bunch of reptiles--including the sailback Dimetrodon. The Sauropsids really had a great run, and birds are still doing their thing. It's not surprising that some birds fell back into roles that other Sauropsids had filled before. Especially given their hip structure was already in position for such a set up.


Oh, I know, I've seen the experiments with chickens were they just grow up to be scaly with no feathers.
/Freaky yes, surprising not really.
 
2013-03-14 02:34:38 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Oh, I know, I've seen the experiments with chickens were they just grow up to be scaly with no feathers.


Fun fact: Turning off the feathers in those experiments wasn't all that accurate of them. Feathers evolved long before birds did.
 
2013-03-14 02:38:34 AM
While we're playing the threadjack game with theoretical palaeontology: I've become fascinated by the discovery that Psittacosaurus, one of the earliest of the line that would eventually evolve into Triceratops, had feathers. Can you imagine how ridiculous and awesome it would be if those frills of theirs were covered in parrot-like crests?
 
2013-03-14 02:44:06 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: tinfoil-hat maggie: Oh, I know, I've seen the experiments with chickens were they just grow up to be scaly with no feathers.

Fun fact: Turning off the feathers in those experiments wasn't all that accurate of them. Feathers evolved long before birds did.


Very true, and I've seen a lot stuff about Raptors sporting feathers., and well I've seen the pics of feathered dinosaur fossils. It's an interesting thing really.
 
2013-03-14 02:49:36 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: While we're playing the threadjack game with theoretical palaeontology: I've become fascinated by the discovery that Psittacosaurus, one of the earliest of the line that would eventually evolve into Triceratops, had feathers. Can you imagine how ridiculous and awesome it would be if those frills of theirs were covered in parrot-like crests?


Peacocks with rino bodies and horns no way ; )
/It does make you wish you could see those animals as they really were.
//And now to bring us back on topic I think everyone sees now the kind of animal FRC is.
 
2013-03-14 02:50:37 AM
I've always wondered why anyone, including old priests, would believe that a healthy sex life is evil. Maybe they just need to get laid.
 
2013-03-14 03:16:54 AM

Zizzowop: I've always wondered why anyone, including old priests, would believe that a healthy sex life is evil. Maybe they just need to get laid.


It's a control mechanism. Any fun or pleasure must be carefully sanctioned by $deity.
 
2013-03-14 03:36:56 AM

neongoats: Zizzowop: I've always wondered why anyone, including old priests, would believe that a healthy sex life is evil. Maybe they just need to get laid.

It's a control mechanism. Any fun or pleasure must be carefully sanctioned by $deity.


Nice double entendre you got there.
 
2013-03-14 04:31:26 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fluorescent Testicle: While we're playing the threadjack game with theoretical palaeontology: I've become fascinated by the discovery that Psittacosaurus, one of the earliest of the line that would eventually evolve into Triceratops, had feathers. Can you imagine how ridiculous and awesome it would be if those frills of theirs were covered in parrot-like crests?

Peacocks with rino bodies and horns no way ; )
/It does make you wish you could see those animals as they really were.
//And now to bring us back on topic I think everyone sees now the kind of animal FRC is.


Yes.

The kind that doesn't have sex.
 
2013-03-14 07:27:06 AM

Lee Jackson Beauregard: 1) Ban birth control. Ban abortion. Abstinence-only edumakashun.  Defund Planned Parenthood.
2) Wonder why so many out of wedlock births.
3) Abolish food stamps. That'll larn them Welfare Queens. (The Welfare Queens with the babies, of course, not the ones with the zillion-dollar contracts with the Small Government®.)
4) Ship all the well-paying jobs overseas.
5) Gut the public schools. You don't need no edumakashun to work a McJob, and teachers are Union Thugs (except when the NRA wants to arm them).
6) Hike taxes on people who work for a living. Cut them on the plutocrats. Abolish the minimum wage. David Koch's Mercedes is six months old and he wants a new one.
7) Wonder why so many people break the law instead of starving quietly, or getting a McJob for take-home pay that won't take them home.
8) zOMG CRIME WAVE!
9) Zillion-dollar Small Government® contracts for private prisons and purveyors of riot gear.
10) No ??? here, baby.
11) Profit!


I guess these people would look at the world of "In Time" and see utopia.
 
2013-03-14 08:19:27 AM
this guy's marriage must be pretty sex-starved
 
2013-03-14 08:22:19 AM

hubiestubert: Bless their poor, dear, sweet hearts.

Good luck with that. I mean, even a paragon of virtue like Sarah Palin couldn't keep her sweet daughter a virgin before marriage, and if the Chosen One couldn't manage it...


Dude I read that and projectile-hurled like EVERYWHERE, man!! WHHOOAAAA!!
 
2013-03-14 08:39:39 AM

spongeboob: Isn't it common for Evengelical Christians to marry young so they can have sex and then regreting it?


That's what my niece did. Nice big train wreck that was seen from miles away.
 
2013-03-14 08:56:51 AM
The Republican party has reached a level of uncool that is really unsustainable. They have gotten so uncool that they now have declared that they have redefined "cool" as to include all of the boring things that suck, like stamp-collecting and frisbee golf, and have redefined "uncool" to include all of the exciting fun things like fooling around with a woman and kung-fu movies.

They have to be stopped. They can't get laid because they're boring, bald, and depressing, they are to humanity what Velveeta is to cheese. I'm not saying Velveeta is a bad product, but it's a coagulated cheese SAUCE, not a cheese. For what it's good for (nachos) it's fine, but for crackers, it's inferior. When a man cannot get laid, he begins to think that the grapes he cannot reach are at fault. Those grapes are so sour they need to be reined in! This sourness has to be toned down and made much more calm and sedate, they say of the produce they cannot even sample. it's as if 3.5 billion female voices all said "I'll have none of that, thank you" when offered their cocks, their time, their company, and these men really resent this. They resent not being in power,  they resent the fact that a female with reasonable attractiveness has a power of influence over others. They want the world to be controlled with force and violence, instead of persuasion and seduction, for they have no tools to use in the world women would create.
 
2013-03-14 09:20:29 AM

AdamK: this guy's marriage must be pretty sex-starved


Nah. His wife just closes her eyes and thinks about Channing Tatum while he closes his eyes and thinks about Channing Tatum.
 
2013-03-14 10:49:35 AM

nmrsnr: spongeboob: When you learn history from the Bible you are not really learning history.

Except it's not even what's actually in the Bible. Here's some of what marriage tradition looked like in the Bible:

Adam and Eve: Never married.
Abraham: Married w/concubines, also pimped out his wife (repeatedly) by telling everyone she's his sister so they wouldn't kill him.
Jacob: Two wives, two concubines

and those are the big names, then you get fun examples like:

Onan: sleeping with his brother's widow, from which we got contraception is bad (which is the wrong lesson to take)

Tamar: sleeps with her father-in-law (who mistook her for a prostitute) to get pregnant after her husband dies.

Solomon: 700 wives, 300 concubines

So, yeah, lots of good wisdom and tradition there.


Yeah, ask Uriah the Hittite how he felt working for Jahweh's chosen king, David.

Oh wait, you can't. David had Uriah murdered on the battlefield after getting Uriah's wife pregnant, so he could continue to boink her. NIIIIIICE.
 
2013-03-14 10:58:57 AM

abb3w: That sort of principled conservative stance seems likely to get a spectacular response from younger voters.


You know I can't call my self a republican because many of the "reps" in congress actually think this.

I can't call myself a democrat because I loves my guns even if I agree that teh gays should be able to do whatever the fark they want.

Damnit why can't I get a reasonable person to vote for?
 
2013-03-14 11:20:19 AM

Kittypie070: hubiestubert: Bless their poor, dear, sweet hearts.

Good luck with that. I mean, even a paragon of virtue like Sarah Palin couldn't keep her sweet daughter a virgin before marriage, and if the Chosen One couldn't manage it...

Dude I read that and projectile-hurled like EVERYWHERE, man!! WHHOOAAAA!!


Being raised in the South does have its advantages where Snark comes in handy...
 
2013-03-14 01:32:44 PM

Glicky: CapeFearCadaver: serial_crusher: CapeFearCadaver: But if something happens I could have a large foreign object inserted into my hoo-haw that I don't want in there.

you're complaining about a guy turning a sex thread into a gun thread... and in the process you turn it into a rape thread?  So, can we start talking about 3D printing next?

Actually, abortion... because if I can't get birth control because some guy like in TFA had his way and I got pregnant, then yes, I'd have to have an abortion. I can't financially afford to be pregnant. If I had to have an abortion I'd have to have a vaginal wand inserted in order to get the State mandated ultrasound.

So yes, it does follow with the article and TFT, thank you very much.

If they remove access to contraception, you can bet your access to safe abortion will be long gone...


FTFY. You take away access, all you do is make it more dangerous for the women who are going to seek them regardless.
 
2013-03-14 03:01:50 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: You take away access, all you do is make it more dangerous for the women who are going to seek them regardless.


about to go way off topic here, but I find it interesting how closely that parallels the "criminals don't obey gun control laws" argument, given the generalizations that usually hold true for people who hold either viewpoint.
 
2013-03-14 04:29:24 PM

Lee Jackson Beauregard: NateAsbestos: WinoRhino: Republicans: Government so small, it fits inside your vagina.

In their defense, it takes a lot of cajones to run on the "we hate sex!" platform.

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Duly noted, this gringo has been duly shamed for his mostly uniglottal ways.
 
2013-03-15 12:10:24 AM
People naturally see this as a religious thing.  But it's not.   It's a culture thing.

Here in China, a girl having to be a virgin until marriage is still a pretty big deal, especially in the more conservative south.  This doesn't come from Christian influance.

And, interestingly, it is perpetiated by the girls themselves.  They slut shame each other.
 
2013-03-15 03:59:07 AM

DirkValentine: DROxINxTHExWIND: DirkValentine: dittybopper: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Go f*ck yourself, bub


Exactly how I feel about gun control.  Government doesn't belong in the bedroom or the gun cabinet.

Yeah, exactly the same thing.   Guns have been around as long as sex and are just as natural.

is it possible for you to enter a thread without sucking on your guns like a bag of dicks?


How exactly should you suck a bag of dicks? Do you have to suck them all to climax?

/Louis CK

"Like a bag of baguettes"....such beautiful imagery...


a2.ec-images.myspacecdn.com
 
2013-03-15 11:46:11 AM
so if single people are forbidden to have sex and married people are disinterested in sex, is he really advocating for a sex free society?
 
2013-03-15 01:34:11 PM

youmightberight: You know I can't call my self a republican because many of the "reps" in congress actually think this.


The difference being, they think it would be a spectacularly favorable reaction.

youmightberight: I can't call myself a democrat because I loves my guns even if I agree that teh gays should be able to do whatever the fark they want.


You sound Libertarian.

youmightberight: Damnit why can't I get a reasonable person to vote for?


...you sound Libertarian?
 
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