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Postby spudthedestroyer on Thu Feb 17, 2005 12:43 pm

well its a very famous 'myth' about the grail, which is developed from myths established over the past 60 years. Bladrick figured it out :lol:

forget the da vinci code... people still think the bible's real! :lol:

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Postby maxpayne2409 on Thu Feb 17, 2005 3:51 pm

personally i prefer the holy grail myth presented in the form of monty python :lol:
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Postby dinky on Thu Feb 17, 2005 10:05 pm

spudthedestroyer wrote:forget the da vinci code... people still think the bible's real! :lol:

/me runs and hides from the xian fundamentalists

at the risk of getting flamed like maxy did me over arthur, what fool ever claimed it wasn't real? the contetion(s) are over its "truth" and "historical accuracy."

ps - carnivale & smallville again. have plans to see constantine friday.
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Postby maxpayne2409 on Thu Feb 17, 2005 11:40 pm

heres my 2 pence, the bible wouldve been a lot better had someone just taken the script of monty pythons life of brian and written "the bible" across the front :mrgreen:
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Postby dinky on Fri Feb 18, 2005 2:31 am

amen, brutha.
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Postby barry on Fri Feb 18, 2005 2:45 am

And the response to the psalm is "Nonsense, it's only a flesh wound"...
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Fri Feb 18, 2005 10:26 am

dinky wrote:
spudthedestroyer wrote:forget the da vinci code... people still think the bible's real! :lol:

/me runs and hides from the xian fundamentalists

at the risk of getting flamed like maxy did me over arthur, what fool ever claimed it wasn't real? the contetion(s) are over its "truth" and "historical accuracy."

ps - carnivale & smallville again. have plans to see constantine friday.


That's pretty amazing since that's exactly what was said in the quote. English 101 time, consult a language teacher. When someone uses the phrase like that, it means "the events, happenings and word for word translation of the book are real, and all took place". Not that the book doesn't exist... like "some people think the da vinci code is real", doesn't mean the book doesn't exist, just the content is 100% bull plop. I hope everyone's not that anal over there, dinky ;) No wonder you guys have so many drive by shootings :lol:

I was referring to the fact there's slight mention of events that never actually happened, like the reign of King David, one of the most important people in the whole thing, that they still can't find any existance for his existance, yet they can find records about every little minor ruler in practically every nation. Which saying casts doubts on events is a kind of major understatement. :lol:
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Postby dinky on Fri Feb 18, 2005 4:14 pm

:lol:

yeah. I was trollin' :oops:

erm...but when one says "the da vinci code," that's also actually a "code," thus semantically viable :P
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Postby maxpayne2409 on Fri Feb 18, 2005 5:37 pm

i believe the code goes something a little like this

up,down,up,up,left,up,down, square,triangle, r1,l1, up,down,right,left,circle, all 4 shoulder buttons together, start+select, then hop up and down on one foot while trying to play travel monopoly with a dildo inserted up your anus
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Postby cacotl on Fri Feb 18, 2005 6:31 pm

didnt work. ive tried 100 times. But the last piece of instruction was very pleasant :)
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Postby dinky on Fri Feb 18, 2005 8:58 pm

for a minute there, I thought you were giving up the secret to Contra. :wacky:
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Fri Feb 18, 2005 11:07 pm

geez everyone knows its:
up, down, left, right, A+B+C and start


ps. that's the level editor mode in sonic 1 :lol:
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Postby maxpayne2409 on Sat Feb 19, 2005 12:06 am

yeah but mine was funnier :lol:

on a retro note do u remember streets of rage 1-3 lol proper comedy for underage pissed up fighting antics
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Sat Feb 19, 2005 6:42 pm

Yeah, one of the only reasons to play the megadrive when you had a snes was Streets of Rage :)
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Postby maxpayne2409 on Sat Feb 19, 2005 7:18 pm

i never had a megadrive or snes, although some of my mates did so i played on theirs all the time, i had an amiga 1200, then another amiga 1200, still got them both actually, and my old spectrum 48k but the keyboards broken
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Sun Feb 20, 2005 5:28 pm

I had an amiga 1200 too I think it was, to be honest, the SNES owned it only because it had Zelda3, Super Mario World, Mario Kart, etc.

Still amiga was cool, can remember the very original Worms on it :lol:
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Postby maxpayne2409 on Sun Feb 20, 2005 7:36 pm

lol to be honest i wouldve never played mario kart, smw or zelda on an amiga even if tehy had it, theyre only for consoles in my opinion, i used to play loads of graphical point & click/text adventures on the amiga, and of course chase hq, bust a joystick playing that once actually, probably due to the fact that u had to push up to accelerate and the stick snapped clean off
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