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  • Soong:

    But how entertained will each of them be?

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  • tiki god:

    I could figure out what to do with at least four of those ladies

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  • tiki god:

    If you add enough comments to the page it'll make the comment section the whole width of the page and not just half of it

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  • Soong:

    Just as useless at 9 girls in a bed. You can only ride one at a time. But my answer would have been a chop shop.

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  • Soong:

    It's missing the Brazzers logo.

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  • Soong:

    I always imagined you to be an early 20's Irish, red-headed, radicalized feminist, lesbian.

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  • Brevity Truta:

    Getting in there looks like it's easier than getting out. Wouldn't want to startle it from behind, that's for sure. Unless you have an especially warped sense of humour.

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  • Brevity Truta:

    I recognized the Dymaxion House, and looked up where this one was being built. The caption I found: "Installing the ventilator on the Wichita House, Wichita, Kansas, 1946. From "Your Private Sky," p. 245."

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  • Brevity Truta:

    Ohhh, yeah. Nobody wants that. I can format in here, right. I'd fix that but it's too late to edit it. Next time I will. Cheers, mate

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  • Saborlas:

    Matt Stonie could do that himself in 20 minutes. If even.

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  • Saborlas:

    It's gotten to the point where his supporters are actually adopting the clown look.

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  • Saborlas:

    With how much salt that "man" consumes, he should be dead!

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  • Saborlas:

    Throw in some paragraphs breaks! Writing like this makes the babby Jayzuz shit his diaper!

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  • Saborlas:

    I'll take him over Trump, but only because a refusal to vote for the lesser evil means the greater evil wins. We saw that with Trump. And Bush the Lesser. And Bush the Elder. And pretty much every Republican since the Southern Strategy.

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  • Saborlas:

    Yeah, low wages mean we can't go anywhere.

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  • Saborlas:

    I'd let her throw me over her shoulder and carry me to the bedroom...

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  • Brevity Truta:

    We've all heard, and some of us far more down to earth than Bono believe in and have talked about the "power of music". When pressed, most of us think it's a feel-good phrase in the face of a reality where in a dusty Western town street even the most skilful mariachi band would be no match for a red-hatted patriot and few toys he picked up from Walmart. Well, there's a humble building in Basel where Gert Rhinestonehart keeps a Gallery of the Real Power of Music. These are some exhibits from it. Anticlockwise from top left A) Jack Bensten's two guitars propelled him from Virginia to Jamaica escaping the 'Nam draft. He thought he was heading North so it was a much longer trip than expected. He also used the guitars to charm good eating fish and turtles from the sea, and as a freshwater synth

  • tj755:

    A good reason not to vote for him.

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  • battoman:

    Possibly frostbite treatment?

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  • Zetar:

    My son, the folk singer, is actually a very funny album. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlONsRtUye0

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  • Brevity Truta:

    All Secret Society Crack Troops in the Battle of the Sexes, trained at Francis L Flimflam SJ's Witty Petty Seminary in Oklahoma. There was a "Q" there, code name "Bitch Balls" and here are some of his cunning inventions for deployment in the battle. Clockwise from top left: a) Meet n Greet Curtains Stinky Eve Vinyl Cover New Testament (note the fanning wrist motion for maximum superstitious waftage) b) Invisible Jutting Devil may Care Chin Prop (useful in any emergency, especially useful around female academics and cleaning ladies) c) Make me a Sammich Hypno-glasses d) [Fearless Leader] e) Douchecannon with seagull bomb squad [only ever used once, Classified] f) Jerkquoise Ring imbued with the energy of a thousand aggressive pick-up lines, guaranteed to stop any woman talking, especially

  • Brevity Truta:

    Thanks for the heads-up Storms. I commented on the set but it doesn't show up. Neither does the last comment I made on Albums you pointed me to in there. I've emailed Tiki, hopefully he can sort it out.

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  • jediadept:

    Upon reflection I do fit the time frame, but could never understand the "I Got Mine" mindset.

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  • tiki god:

    thanks, I added a tag and it looks like we have a few pictures of her already on the site. good ones too!

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  • tiki god:

    I was thinking more along the lines of tara strong, kevin conroy, or mark hamil.

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  • Saborlas:

    Fukken GLORIOUS.

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  • notspamming:

    Krystal Boyd\Anjelica Ebbi.

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  • notspamming:

    Lana Rhoades, and she does. Oh boy, she does indeed...

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  • notspamming:

    Fake news, is the least of your concern from a website with a typo in their address.

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  • GrandAdmiralThrawn:

    Wow.

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  • Soong:

    I was trying to convince myself that it's some kind of segmented hot tub for people who do a lot of high impact stuff with ankles and wrists.

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  • Soong:

    I'm sure it's someones fetish but it is not mine.

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  • Soong:

    There are far too many hands in this image.

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  • storminator:

    There's another set in NSFW you might enjoy.

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  • Gropegrope:

    This it the physiotherapy equivalent of throwing the hair dryer into the bath tub.

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  • Soong:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arleen_Sorkin she retired. I wonder if she can still squeak out a sexy "Mr. J" at 63..

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  • jediadept:

    Probably not; He'll "Kill" himself in prison, just like Epstein.

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  • jediadept:

    Damn kid, get off my lawn!

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  • storminator:

    tRump calls paste glue, because he doesn't know the difference.

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  • Saborlas:

    Think Trump will have him serve more than 1% of his prison term?

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  • Saborlas:

    I object! Trump eats PASTE, not GLUE!

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  • Saborlas:

    Is this cop seriously gonna claim that he felt threatened by someone with no limbs at all? This was a power trip.

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  • storminator:

    Ok, Boomer......

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  • jediadept:

    In the 60s, you could buy these, as surplus, for 50 bucks plus shipping.

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  • karlskamera:

    The important question is: How did Hillary and/or the Deep State manage to fill the drawer behind him to over-flowing with Sudafed? And, is that really a substitute for Adderall? [/sarcasm] [/font]

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  • jediadept:

    Something like that.

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  • tiki god:

    I'm not entirely sure what they're trying to say here.

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  • tiki god:

    This is the 250th post that's named "bounce". I loved every one of them!

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  • tiki god:

    > you could still sense the elegance of a living room with a 33-foot window awwww yeah

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  • Brevity Truta:

    I always enjoy your retro living room images, Storms. This one got me curious because of the roof, floor, and fake vista. Turns out it's a Buckminster Fuller Dymaxion House. "The Dymaxion House was completed in 1930 after two years of development, and redesigned in 1945. Buckminster Fuller wanted to mass-produce a bathroom and a house. His first "Dymaxion" design was based on the design of a grain bin. During World War II, the U.S. Army commissioned Fuller to send these housing units to the Persian Gulf.In 1945, science-fiction writer Robert A. Heinlein placed an order for one to be delivered to Los Angeles, but the order was never filled..." More here

    Brevity Truta:

    What these have in common is they are all conjoined twins.

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  • Brevity Truta:

    Together, I can't find a tune with all of them so there may be some truth to this, which is cool. Said with a smile as I enjoy each and every one of these.

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  • Brevity Truta:

    The same tailor, Tutti Ciccionetta, made all these band outfits. He had a little shop in downtown New Orleans, which also sold under the counter tobacco and holy water in voluptuous soft plastic bottles shaped like St Kittentittas of Rome. Tutti's last music industry job was for the Black-eyed boys, in 1969, after which he went into the deserts of Mexico armed only with a rucksack, chalk, a set of needles and fifty seven acid-laced bottles bottles of St Kittentittas. As this is Albums, we'l leave off his story there.

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  • Brevity Truta:

    From the original 1977 Action Slacks Collection, by rebel Finnish designer Pitti Lapsdankistrullen. Each model also performed a track while sauntering down the runway, which was an installation bridge complete with seagulls and sculptures to prop artfully on. Starry Ride was the climactic outfit. He jumped, and flew, suspended by wires, in truly grand and intoxicating style while the rest of the dudes struck poses and slipped their backbones.

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  • Soong:

    braid

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  • Gropegrope:

    Avengers assemble...!

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  • Gropegrope:

    Yes.

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  • tiki god:

    you're wondering why a hand made door aperture in a bar on the edge of the galaxy in a shit hole bar doesn't have safety sensors?

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  • tiki god:

    That link only suggests one answer to one small part of the many issues that miller is currently having.

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  • tiki god:

    more likely that those are fake birds in a fake tree. my dad had one of these types of recorders, his was VHS though.

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  • tiki god:

    he had the same shit happening to him that trump has, where he was a useful idiot that smarter people used to get their own agendas through.

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  • tiki god:

    have you honestly found anyone making that argument?

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  • tiki god:

    In which NONE of the voices sound right. Did they get even a single original VO artist to return for this?

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  • tiki god:

    presented to you just to show off that lady's letterman gap.

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  • jediadept:

    Simon's' Cat.

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  • notspamming:

    Yup. It can sober you up, quite a bit too.

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  • notspamming:

    Kayan infiltrator.

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  • Saborlas:

    To those who think this was a marketing gimmick and they always intended to release the second one: apparently you think rendering CGI is free. If this was a stunt, it was a very expensive gamble.

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  • Saborlas:

    One thing we can be thankful for is that Hitler wasn't as competent as he's made out to be. Good at psychological shit, but a bit of a crap general. The Blitzkreig only worked because no one had tried it before.

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  • Saborlas:

    Mario + Rabbids was interesting. A mix of X-COM and Mario.

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  • Saborlas:

    The lower picture's laptops aren't even plugged in. And we know he was golfing when he got the news.

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  • Soong:

    Baby birds don't pop up and beg like that unless that parent is there. I would 1000% believe it if you told me they killed the hatchings and stuck coat hangers through them to stage the photo. That's just how they rolled.

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  • GrandAdmiralThrawn:

    Yea, so this is a lie, and might lead to the SPLC having to pay out another few million in a defamation suit. Were not racist, just anti-illegal alien. The e-mails were from the Center for Immigration Studies, a right leaning think tank. Unless you think the New York Times is a crazy pro-trump paper. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/14/us/politics/immigration-trump.html

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  • Gropegrope:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjipvoT1dPg

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  • Gropegrope:

    First episode was OK. Cliched as fuck, but it has potential. I just want to know why an automatic door wouldn't have any safety sensors....

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  • Gropegrope:

    Why do white supremacists always seem to be be the little weasely guys?

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  • storminator:

    Why am I not surprised?

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  • Jac:

    This stuff is great for computers too, I use it when my postscript filter gets clogged.

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  • Jac:

    Wish you were here

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  • notspamming:

    3/4

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  • notspamming:

    That's what "skillful blend" of arrogance, ignorance and stupidity gets you.

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  • storminator:

    I saw a video where a man sent his two daughters into the auto parts store to buy a quart of blinker fluid. The girls were very mad at him when they got back into his car. LOL

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  • storminator:

    I can't believe I almost posted this, too! LOL

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  • jediadept:

    At a factory, where I once worked, they'd send especially gullible rookies to the basement (there was none), for striped paint.

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  • Soong:

    “Fuck you, I got mine” is exactly how I interpreted it. I'll empathize when her millennial children when they chuck her into the wood chipper to save on hospice costs.

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  • Old Tofu:

    squelch grease , box of grid squares , there were a bunch of these in the army to ruin the new guys day

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  • Gropegrope:

    Some kind of GE promotion... http://shroudlines.blogspot.com/2013/12/cardboard-and-conquest-of-space.html

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  • Gropegrope:

    At some point in my life, I have played every one of those instruments...

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  • Gropegrope:

    Capitalism is broken.

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  • jediadept:

    Now THIS absurdity I've heard of before, the muffler bearing was new to me... and at my age too, go figure.

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  • marcuserektus:

    Welcome to capitalism...

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  • Saborlas:

    Some Boomer on Facebook somewhere is posting this in total honesty.

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  • Soong:

    It has occasionally been closed to the public. The city has also considered charging a toll. If I lived on that street I'd be livid. They should put up a gate at either end for residents and allow pedestrian tourists in on Sundays or something.

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  • pb104:

    Been there. Didn't do that. The line to drive down the street had an estimated wait time of over two hours. Wasn't worth the wait.

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  • jediadept:

    Itty bitty kitty titties.

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  • jediadept:

    The Horror of Party Beach.

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  • pb104:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grell_(Dungeons_%26_Dragons)

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  • pb104:

    I'm glad you posted this, I've never seen it. In 1898 during the McKinley/Bryan fight for the White House, both campaigns had similar soap babies. Theirs were identical to each other, except for their names on the tags and the boxes, and they differed to this one in that this one is an unhappy baby and theirs were happy babies. https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_529358

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  • pb104:

    We don't remember a dog, nor is there one mentioned at these sites https://happydays.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Pets https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Days

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  • storminator:

    Speaking of DEMON's... whatever happened to Demon? And Nyokki and Nate Dog? I miss those guys. Not casemods, of course. Nobody misses that little douche bag.

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