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#1 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

If I can pose my butt and fart and have the character imitate that on-screen, I'm freaking sold!  That is hilarious!

#2 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

The end of Lost is upon us.  Any theories on how it will end?  Do you like the direction it has been taken this season?

#3 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

Did anyone here beta test the service?  What did you think?

#4 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

I should point out that the phrase "no offense" tends to cause more offense than the preceding statement.  It's because it draws attention to the fact that the subject matter being presented can be construed offensively.

#5 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -
Everyones_A_Critic said:
"GoodbyeSoberDay said:
"Is that a butt crack or cleavage?  lol"
It's anime, therefore neither butt crack or cleavage. What it is, is creepy.Anyways I'd start with your old DS. You won't need it anymore amirite?"
You have a penchant for stating the obvious.
#6 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

Is that a butt crack or cleavage?  lol

#7 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

I sometimes find myself confused as to how people can be either "for" or "against" something that can never be known with any degree of certainty (at least not presently).  We, as humans, can never really "know" that ghosts don't exist just as we can never really "know" that they do.  For people in the "no" camp, apply all the logic and "it's just bullshit" theories that you want, but that doesn't change the fact that you simply don't know.  What if the human invention of logic is actually only relevant to our perceptions and nothing else?  For people in the "yes" camp, have all of the "experiences" and faith that you can muster, but that still gives no knowledge.  Human perceptions of reality and our extremely limited knowledge are simply not reliable enough to convey that type of information.  "What the thinker thinks, the prover proves." 

#8 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -

There is actually a theory floating around that suggests that Ben already "knew" that Sayid was going to shoot him when he was a kid, and so Ben had to "prepare" Sayid in order to ensure that he hated him enough in order to be able to shoot a defenseless child.  Why exactly this would HAVE to happen, I couldn't tell you...

#9 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -
ArchScabby said:
"GoodbyeSoberDay said:
"ArchScabby said:
"I looked at the next weeks episode description on comcast, and it said kate tries to save his life and jack won't help.  So no he isn't dead."
I actually knew about that already, I was just trying to avoid being too "spoilery".  Some people are very sensitive about that."
well going by the first post in the thread, I didn't really worry but I will edit it anyway."
They don't bother me at all, so no worries.  I wasn't trying to nitpick or anything.  If you study the show at all on the internet, you are bound to run into them.
#10 Posted by GoodbyeSoberDay (24 posts) -
ArchScabby said:
"I looked at the next weeks episode description on comcast, and it said kate tries to save his life and jack won't help.  So no he isn't dead."
I actually knew about that already, I was just trying to avoid being too "spoilery".  Some people are very sensitive about that.
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