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Old 28-Dec-2010, 11:07 PM (23:07)     3031        42422
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With what money? lol. I have a computer to fix, first!
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Old 29-Dec-2010, 12:00 AM (00:00)     3032        42423
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Tis an awesome outfit. Also, I'd like to get this made for me.
http://steampunkworkshop.com/keyboard.shtml

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Old 29-Dec-2010, 01:44 AM (01:44)     3033        42424
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Holy shit, that keyboard is....*speechless* WANT.
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Old 29-Dec-2010, 04:08 AM (04:08)     3034        42426
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I've seen that before, but it does not make me want it any less. >.<
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Old 29-Dec-2010, 05:15 PM (17:15)     3035        42428
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Mmmmm...It Started With A Kiss (lip tint) from LUSH. God it's yummy.
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Old 29-Dec-2010, 11:34 PM (23:34)     3036        42434
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Does anyone know any good songs to strip to?

I've been assigned the task of gathering "appropriate" music by New Years. Errrk. Halp please
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Old 30-Dec-2010, 01:11 AM (01:11)     3037        42435
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Does anyone know any good songs to strip to?

I've been assigned the task of gathering "appropriate" music by New Years. Errrk. Halp please
your parties always sound more interesting then my parties for some reason..
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Tis an awesome outfit. Also, I'd like to get this made for me.
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Holy shit, that keyboard is....*speechless* WANT.
It never ceases to amaze me just how popular old retro stuff can be. That keyboard is reminiscent of a 1945 typewriter. Gotta love it. Ah memories! The one that got me through university looked very similar to this------



Ummm yeah------I'm dating myself but good. The one I had was a Remington Silver Reed portable. It would be the 1960's equivalent of a laptop---------well, kind of anyway.

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Does anyone know any good songs to strip to?

I've been assigned the task of gathering "appropriate" music by New Years. Errrk. Halp please
your parties always sound more interesting then my parties for some reason..
Apparently, we are going to have a mini competition (Britain's Got Strippers) in which people will strip in front of judges and be awarded points based on things like sense of rhythm etc. I have to find music. SO HELP ME.

And we'll have alcohol. Fun times.
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Does anyone know any good songs to strip to?

I've been assigned the task of gathering "appropriate" music by New Years. Errrk. Halp please
your parties always sound more interesting then my parties for some reason..
Apparently, we are going to have a mini competition (Britain's Got Strippers) in which people will strip in front of judges and be awarded points based on things like sense of rhythm etc. I have to find music. SO HELP ME.

And we'll have alcohol. Fun times.
Your probably going to want a popish song for it.. though id suggest finding a song you enjoy and making a routine for it. Anyone can take their cloths off, but you need to present a show to distract from the flesh being shown.

If you want to go classic, i suppose Smooth Criminal could work.

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Old 30-Dec-2010, 04:58 AM (04:58)     3041        42444
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.... The one I had was a Remington Silver Reed portable. It would be the 1960's equivalent of a laptop .....
If you didn't mind your lap being crushed, I guess.
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Old 30-Dec-2010, 07:33 PM (19:33)     3043        42459
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lol. He's got a second career!
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Old 31-Dec-2010, 01:25 AM (01:25)     3045        42466
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http://singularityhub.com/2010/12/29...ext-few-years/ I foresee many issues with this not working but having some of the meaning of the convo being lost. beside just words there is body language, words with no direct definition etc.
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It is snowing even harder now than in the video I posted. You can't see clearly to the light pole at the other side of the parking lot, about 75'.
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There was snow here yesterday, just a few inches. I decided to crank up the heater, grill some chicken, close the blinds, and pretend I'm in Florida.
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Old 03-Jan-2011, 03:01 AM (03:01)     3049        42480
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There needs to be a W-2 estimator tool or somesuch.
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Old 03-Jan-2011, 06:31 PM (18:31)     3050        42482
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Hmmm. I have a dilemma.

I hate fur farms and everything surrounding that industry. But...there is a musquash jacket (vintage belonged to like my great grandmother) currently hung in my room. And it fits me. Perfectly.

And apparently there is a high possibility, according to my parents that I am allowed to keep it.

If I can, should I? I feel like it has so many stories to tell. Plus it's soft. Ridiculously soft, and I like soft things.
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Old 03-Jan-2011, 07:20 PM (19:20)     3051        42483
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It's dead and it's been dead since before Animal Rights. Wear it.

Well, okay, maybe not since before animal rights, but it's very very dead. Wear it. It's not like you bought it new.
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Hmmm. I have a dilemma.

I hate fur farms and everything surrounding that industry. But...there is a musquash jacket (vintage belonged to like my great grandmother) currently hung in my room. And it fits me. Perfectly.

And apparently there is a high possibility, according to my parents that I am allowed to keep it.

If I can, should I? I feel like it has so many stories to tell. Plus it's soft. Ridiculously soft, and I like soft things.
Chances are a jacket that old wasnt made from an animal on a fur farm, more then likely it was trapped from an animal in the wild, you should be fine.

EDIT: Musquash is apparently Muskrat fur, it was definatly trapped in the wild, more then likely in central or western canada.
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Off subject, I think our spammer is using a random name generator. "WalkerwalkerAS", lol.
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Spammer is prolly a bot
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yes

to both. Coat OK, and spammer is a program. Dunno why the flood of spam registrations - they achieve nothing - but definitely a program, with some human assistance.
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Hmm.... My nonexistant Aunt Agnes? *peers at Midnightwolf*
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Guess who's teaching herself to crochet?
Is it one of the spice girls?
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Guess who's teaching herself to crochet?
Is it one of the spice girls?
BINGO!
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