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by Madman » Wed Jun 06, 2007 10:12 pm

1 ..lets start
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by Ryan White » Wed Jun 06, 2007 10:55 pm

2. Why do I see this thread as nothing more than a shameless excuse to increase post counts?
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by Madman » Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:02 pm

3+4 whatever gave you that idea?
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by Ryan White » Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:24 pm

5. Just a feeling I got. What other reasons could this thread have for existing. I think we should start placing bets on what number it'll reach before it gets locked.
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by Psike81 » Thu Jun 07, 2007 12:05 am

6. Why is 6 afraid of 7 ?
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 07, 2007 1:48 am

7. 8. (ate) 9.
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 07, 2007 8:00 am

10. Locked. 8)
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:40 am

11. But not for moderators. 8)
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by Atory » Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:55 am

12. Mwahahaha :twisted: I wonder how long it will take Greg to post now that the thread is locked?
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 07, 2007 11:31 am

13. For what reason was the thread locked? It's one of the few that hasn't managed to walk all over the forum's rules and has actually stayed on topic so far. Not that the topic has really been a topic.
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 07, 2007 12:28 pm

14. You wanted to take bets on how long it will be before the thread got locked. I just pre-empted the bets. 8)
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by Atory » Thu Jun 07, 2007 2:59 pm

15. The bet should be for how many times the thread can be locked!
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by Last Exile » Thu Jun 07, 2007 4:30 pm

16. It is an inevitability.
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by Madman » Fri Jun 08, 2007 12:05 am

17 . nothing is inevitable except death and taxes.
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 08, 2007 10:45 am

18. This thread has reached the legal drinking number.
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by Atory » Fri Jun 08, 2007 11:14 am

19. That's not all it's legal for!
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 08, 2007 11:30 am

20. Better hurry up, then. These threads start earning pensions before you know it.
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by Last Exile » Fri Jun 08, 2007 5:56 pm

21. Time keeps going forward.
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 08, 2007 10:40 pm

22. This number is 22. It follows 21 and precedes 23. Not the movie with Jim Carrey that features the Number 23, because that film is an insult to 23. There is a class action by the Society For The Number 23 against that film.
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by Ryan White » Sat Jun 09, 2007 12:46 am

23. This number wishes that people would leave it alone and stop mentioning it. It also wants royalties for having it's likelihood spread all over cinemas and advertising billboards.
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by Atory » Sat Jun 09, 2007 12:53 pm

24. This is how many hours a "true" WoW player spends online a day.
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by Mappy » Sat Jun 09, 2007 4:37 pm

25. This is the number of hours a "true" WoW player wishes there was in a day.
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by Rasberry » Sat Jun 09, 2007 8:28 pm

26, finally another anime finished... moar please
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by Atory » Sat Jun 09, 2007 8:49 pm

27. I answered "I lieken ze ice creamen!"... Now this thread makes no sense.
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by Madman » Sat Jun 09, 2007 10:51 pm

28. the combined ages of mion and shion (im just guessing)
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by Psike81 » Sat Jun 09, 2007 11:19 pm

29 . 1 away from mid-life crisis for my generation .
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by Ryan White » Sat Jun 09, 2007 11:21 pm

30. This post is claiming that it's just 18 with 12 posts of experience.
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by Psike81 » Sat Jun 09, 2007 11:26 pm

31. Prime number FYI
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by Atory » Sat Jun 09, 2007 11:40 pm

32. = 20 or 00100000 FYI
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by Last Exile » Sun Jun 10, 2007 6:37 am

33. A palindrome.
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by Mappy » Sun Jun 10, 2007 9:37 am

34. The total time, in minutes, in an episode of 60 Minutes with the commercials taken out.
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by asurin » Tue Jun 12, 2007 4:41 pm

35. the average length of a half hour lunch break.
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by Mappy » Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:01 pm

36. One tenth the way round.
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by Madman » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:20 pm

37. x 30 = mappys total post count
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by Psike81 » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:23 pm

38. The number of minutes I shouldn't be spending on morning office exercises of CounterStrike: Zero .
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by Ryan White » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:33 pm

39. This thread has now bought a convertible and is trying to date a shorter thread.
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by Psike81 » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:40 pm

40. BINGO !
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by Mappy » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:44 pm

41. The age Madman reached before meeting an untimely accident. 8)
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by Ryan White » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:59 pm

42. The answer to the question of life, the universe and everything. (Admin rights FTW)
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by Psike81 » Wed Jun 13, 2007 12:12 am

43. Subpoena towards the copyright theft to the idea of post number 42 on forum thread at website addressed AJAS.ATH.CX/forum to be served to person(s) Mr. Ryan White for claims of damage(s) to Intellectual Property , Mental health and time in lost productivity .
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by Mappy » Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:53 am

44. Heh.... And I posted that first. 8)
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by Last Exile » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:19 pm

45. Said party then sues for the fish.
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by Madman » Wed Jun 13, 2007 11:56 pm

Mappy wrote:41. The age Madman reached before meeting an untimely accident. 8)


46. im not 41 yet!
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 14, 2007 12:50 am

47. The number of suspects tried for the murder of Madman.
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by Atory » Thu Jun 14, 2007 1:12 am

48. The number of suspects there should have been as it will remain unsolved.

(Hey isn't this approximately the amount of active AJAS members? :wink: )
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 14, 2007 1:15 am

Madman wrote:46. im not 41 yet!


49. Not yet. Not yet.
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50. BINGO !
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by Psike81 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 1:17 am

51. The total members of the Madman Murder taskforce from all security branches .
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 14, 2007 1:22 am

52. Weeks. In. A. Year.
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by Atory » Thu Jun 14, 2007 10:26 am

53. The amount of weeks in the leap week calendar.
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 14, 2007 4:33 pm

54. Theres nothing even remotely funny about this number.
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by Last Exile » Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:48 pm

55. Looks like two people in wheelchairs.
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 15, 2007 3:48 am

56. Melbourne. Except for equestrian events. :wink:
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by Ryan White » Fri Jun 15, 2007 3:59 am

57. I can't actually think of anything interesting to write at the moment. *sigh* Yet another full Saturday is disappearing to Woolworths. I've gotten so used to waking up at 3pm and now I'm finishing my working day then. Damn, sunlight hurts when you're trying to unload a truck.
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 15, 2007 4:10 am

58. Cerium.
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by Ryan White » Fri Jun 15, 2007 4:15 am

59. Tha age my father should be turning next year, provided of course that he remembers that cars are supposed to remain on the road at speeds over 100km/h and not in the scrub.
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 15, 2007 4:20 am

60. A nightmare for those with a speech impediment. But not as much as 66.
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by Ryan White » Fri Jun 15, 2007 4:28 am

61. Posts too many, yet I still feel like keeping this thread open. Maybe it's because nearly a quarter of the posts belong to me.
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by Atory » Fri Jun 15, 2007 9:42 am

62. Maybe because we've nearly reached 69... I wonder what that one would be? I'll set the ball rolling with the next number...

63. <2nd Mod Edit> Europium.
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64. Nintendo.
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 15, 2007 3:34 pm

65. Retirement age. And not what it originally was. Also Terbium. Also also an octagonal number. It is also a Cullen number. Given 65, the Mertens function returns 0.

66. Not quite the number of the beast (edit: also hilarious to hear people with a heavy NZ accent say). Also Disprosium. Also also a sphenic number, a triangular number, a hexagonal number, and a semi-meandric number. Being a multiple of a perfect number, 66 is itself a semiperfect number. Was also the order for the Clone Troopers to kill all the Jedi. Is known as a famous highway (Route 66) in the United States which, according to the song, is where you can get your kicks.... And lots of things happen in England when the year number ends with 66.
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67. What number are we at ?
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by Ryan White » Sat Jun 16, 2007 12:21 am

68.
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by Mappy » Sat Jun 16, 2007 3:21 am

69. ....

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....

Indeed. :lol:

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LXIX.
Thulium.
Adding up the divisors of 1 through 9 gives 69.
Because 69 has an odd number of 1s in its binary representation, it is sometimes called an "odious number"
Also a semiprime.

Also also also also the year in which I was born. No, not 69BC....
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70. How quiet it suddenly became....
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by Bazza » Sun Jun 17, 2007 8:33 am

71.When divided by 3, the result is 23.666 recurring.
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by Madman » Sun Jun 17, 2007 10:40 am

72. damn , i missed 69!
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73. 50 moar then TWENTY-THREE!!

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by IceLee » Sun Jun 17, 2007 12:23 pm

74. Hi! Im new here! ^_^;;
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75. Hello there. Beware of Madman. He's easily impressionable. 8)
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by IceLee » Sun Jun 17, 2007 7:08 pm

76. Orly? that gives me too many ideas.... *evil grin*
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by Mappy » Sun Jun 17, 2007 7:20 pm

77. Sunset Strip.

Madman has many ideas of his own. He'll lead you down the garden path to minderjährigen mädchen. 8)
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by IceLee » Sun Jun 17, 2007 7:24 pm

78. lol ok, ill behave... like always -_-
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by Atory » Sun Jun 17, 2007 10:26 pm

79. Does this mean you'll be attending AJAS as well now? (If so drag David and co. along if possible, the more the merrier!)
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by IceLee » Sun Jun 17, 2007 10:27 pm

80. Ill try to come as often as I can, aswell as Dave...
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by Psike81 » Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:18 am

81. I can't captain , I don't have the power !
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by Bazza » Mon Jun 18, 2007 8:37 am

82. A class of diesel-electric locomotive used by the NSWSRA, among others. 8)
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83. I'd say something about boys and their trains but I won't for my sanity's sake..
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84. add the numbers to get the age of the prfect minderjährigen mädchen...
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85. Sits in the shadow of the 86. Also closest thing an Aussie's gonna get without importing. 8)
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86. Germany, the place Madman will most likely head to once he has the cash because of the legal age fo consent.
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87. Today is the day the hot water system finally gets fixed in my household. FINALLY.
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88. The speed in miles per hour that one must reach in order to time travel.
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89. The number of PMs I have recieved on animenfo.com

90. Steve Waugh's least favourite number.

91. The year the Adelaide Crows joined the AFL.
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92. You can't have numbers others have already used.
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93. Should there also be restrictions on numbers per post? OMG this thread is getting rules!
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94. Not a good year for anime.
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95. I think this was the year a year 7 boy fell into a muddy creek while on the brighton primary school's CHIC ( centre for hearing impared children)'s school camp and had to go home in teenage mutant ninja turtles pj's much to everyone's amusement. not sure if it was in 1995 or before....
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96. The year Der Krieg ruined anime for eternity
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97. Don't mention the war.
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98. My last year as a minderjährigen jungen.
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98. year I started high school. -_- such memories....
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99. My first year free of the absolute demonic hell that was high school.
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100. Yay :D
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IceLee wrote:98. year I started high school. -_- such memories....


101. 98 FailGet. 8)
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102. City TO Rostrevor via Reid Ave pgs 45,46
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103. damn, bazza got 102
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104. I lieken ze ice creamen!

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105. 105 is the double factorial of 7. 105 is a triangular number and a 12-gonal number as well as a sphenic number and a Zeisel number. It comes in the middle of the prime quadruplet (101, 103, 107, 109). The only other such odd numbers less than a thousand are 15, 195 and 825. 105 is also a pseudoprime to the prime bases: 13, 29, 41, 43, 71, 83 and 97. The distinct prime factors of 105 add up to 15, and so do the ones of 104, hence the two numbers form a Ruth-Aaron pair under the first definition.

One hundred five is also a number n for which n − 2k is prime, for k < log2(n). (This even works up to k = 8, ignoring the negative sign.)

105 is the sum of the first five square pyramidal numbers.
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106. (Admin Edit: Actually post 107) Too late of counting to even try counting Holy Hand Grenade .
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108. Adding one doesn't required much effort.
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109. Someone has been looking up the maths section of 105 on wiki. 8)

109 is also the number of a building frequently used in anime.
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110. City TO Flinders University via Grange Road, Henly
Beach, Harbour Town Shopping Centre & Marion
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111. Isn't the 210 to Flinders Uni? Also goes to the show grounds where I have been the past two days doing exams -_-; Oh and... !!!!!111111oneoneoneeleven
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112. The bus thaat formerly went to West Lakes via Grange Road and Military Road.
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113. Ununtrium. Temporarily. 8)
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114. how many pages can this thread go? and is it a record?
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115. I think its now broken the record for "longest AJAS public thread"
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116. About the number of times I've left something behind this year and gotten them back nearly ever time. -_-
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by Mappy » Fri Jun 22, 2007 4:23 am

117. CXVII. A substitute for the number 17, which is considered unlucky in Italy. When Renault exported the R17 to Italy, it was renamed R117.

STS-117: the recent mission by the space shuttle Atlantis that had so much trouble during its launch (with damage to the Atlantis's chassis) and subsequently with the International Space Station's computer system.
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118. The bus I missed catching to port Adelaide this morning to get to the depot to pick up the bag I left behind on the 11:45 113 last night and had to walk to instead. -_-

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119. The emergency call number in the UK.
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by Madman » Sun Jun 24, 2007 11:39 pm

120. how did mappys post count jump to 1205? (which just happens to be 120(5) )
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121. Because internet chaos theory allows nearly every thread we create to go off topic and gives Mappy far more opportunities to deliver his sharp wit. ;)
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122. He just shows up out of nowhere and makes a post. This thread is helping post counts all over the place.
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123. Unfortunately, my postcount has exceeded 1205. But it still means I get #123. 8)
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124. And speaking of double posts, this is post 5454 for the forum. (hough many have been deleted, so we're porbably up to 6000 or something). 8)
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by IceLee » Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:18 pm

125. and I'm now "peer", no longer a noob... yay.
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126. Just wait until you reach "seed" ranking. Ah, bittorrent lingo.... 8)

Added "tracker" to the rank list some weeks ago, as Mendes obviously discovered. 8)
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by IceLee » Mon Jun 25, 2007 1:03 pm

127. Noticed the seed reference. nice touch.
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128. The ranks are, roughly....

Lurker (0 posts, unsurprisingly)
Noob (1-19 posts)
Leech (20-49 posts)
Peer (50-199 posts)
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Unless, of course, you have a custom rank. Mostly mods and admins have those.

At this rate, the forum, itself, has only reached Otaku level. 8)
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by IceLee » Mon Jun 25, 2007 1:18 pm

129. Thanks for the info! I was wondering how many posts do I have to trigger the rank changes... 134 post to go until I'm seed-ed... :P

I have a customed rank in unisaga obivously, being the video games co-ordinator and the "mum" of the group XD
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130. Some of those ranks will take years of constant posting to reach. But as Ryan said, this thread certainly isn't hurting ppls postcounts. Not that I'm encouraging lots of posts with no inherent content. *Cough* never stopped me before *Cough*
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131. Thats true unless we set one of those dipping bird thingy on our keyboards, constantly tapping and posting one lettered posts..... ^_^;;

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132. Oh, just some remark about myself. 8)
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133. hmm.... ok!
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134. Halve this number, you get the number of questions in my Psychology exam. Halve it again. That's how long I took to finish it and read over my answers and do corrections twice. 134 - The number of people looking at me the moment when I got up and left because at that point the window to leave had just opened. Every supervisor and security guard was on me like lightning. Not my fault the exam was so damn easy to do.
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by KittyKat » Mon Jun 25, 2007 9:26 pm

135. How much I have in my sad little bank account atm :cry:
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136

136 is itself a factor of the Eddington number. With a total of 8 divisors, 8 among them, 136 is a refactorable number.

136 is a triangular number, a centered triangular number and a centered nonagonal number.

The sum of the ninth row of Lozanić's triangle is 136.

136 is a self-descriptive number in base 4.

Divisors: 1, 2, 4, 8, 17, 34, 68, 136
Roman numeral: CXXXVI
Binary: 10001000
Hexadecimal: 88

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Bazza wrote:136

136 is itself a factor of the Eddington number. With a total of 8 divisors, 8 among them, 136 is a refactorable number.

136 is a triangular number, a centered triangular number and a centered nonagonal number.

The sum of the ninth row of Lozanić's triangle is 136.

136 is a self-descriptive number in base 4.

Divisors: 1, 2, 4, 8, 17, 34, 68, 136
Roman numeral: CXXXVI
Binary: 10001000
Hexadecimal: 88

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138. do you really think someone will attain the rank of 'Hikkikomori' ?
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Madman wrote:138. do you really think someone will attain the rank of 'Hikkikomori' ?


139. Depends on how AJAS sticks or whether we create even more subforums for Mappy to post in. I think he's the only one who could ever do that many posts. There was a guy on AnimeNFO called Caddberry, one of the original guys, who called it quits around the 10,000 mark and that took him 5-6 years. So if Mappy reaches the 40, he could make it.

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by Ryan White » Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:47 am

140. The secret to reading the really small text is to either copy and paste it somewhere you can read it or get a browser that allows you to set the minimum text size.
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141. Thanks for that tip, Ryan!
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142. 100 more than the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything.

Hitting "quote" will bring up the text full size in the reply window. That's usually the quickest way. You don't usually have to actually reply....

Madman wrote:do you really think someone will attain the rank of 'Hikkikomori' ?


You'd probably have to be one to make it, sometime within the next decade. 8)
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143. the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy quote has been mentioned once again... -_- heh
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144. As in Tupolev Tu-144, the Russian ripoff of the Concorde.
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145. Ditch the 1 and you then get Cornershop - Brimful of Asha (on the 45) and one of the best song quotes of all time - 'Everybody needs a bosom for a pillow'. Ain't it the truth. :) Damn fine lyric.
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146 City TO Urrbrae (Waite Rd) via Portrush Rd pgs 45,46,50
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147. The replacement for the Alfa Romeo 33. Has a fat nose. Though not as much as the Audi TT.
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148. men and their cars.... -_- heh
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149. You have to be close to insane to love Alfa Romeos. They throw almost everything at their owners that could make them weep. And I've never had the $$$ to own one, which means my insanity remains entirely theoretical. 8)

By the way, the new series of Top Gear starts this Monday in the spot just vacated by MythBusters.

And this is post #1234 for me. 8)
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by IceLee » Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:38 pm

Mappy wrote:149. You have to be close to insane to love Alfa Romeos. They throw almost everything at their owners that could make them weep. And I've never had the $$$ to own one, which means my insanity remains entirely theoretical. 8)

By the way, the new series of Top Gear starts this Monday in the spot just vacated by MythBusters.


150. I liked the Alfa Romeo Spider.... ;_; it's expensive though but we can only dream....
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151. I liked the Alfa 75.... the rolling door wedge. I'm one of very few, though. 8)
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152. Post #666. The big-tailed illegitim's number, the number obtained from Bill Gates. Divide it by 100 and you get Salmon Hater's classic '6.66 Is 1/100th Of The Number Of The Beast'. Glenelg's finest moment imo.
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153. I suspect Mendez is using this thread to ramp postcount for rankings ...
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by Mappy » Wed Jun 27, 2007 12:20 am

154. He just wants to be a distro again, after I changed the forum ranks on him. Though tracker does sound cooler. 8)
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by IceLee » Wed Jun 27, 2007 9:17 am

155. The bus I catch from west lakes to Adelaide.
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156. Another Alfa Romeo. 8)
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by Jim Woolford » Wed Jun 27, 2007 2:22 pm

157. i have nothing clever to say. i just thought i'd jump in, since everyone else has.
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by Last Exile » Wed Jun 27, 2007 7:18 pm

158. @IceLee - I catch that nearly every day. @Pauly - Hell no. @Mappy - No.
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by IceLee » Wed Jun 27, 2007 7:37 pm

159. at what times did you catch it? might have been on it at the same time... *sneaks, sneaks* @ last exile

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by Madman » Wed Jun 27, 2007 9:28 pm

160! there were two 157's, so i am hereby updating this post to 160.
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by Atory » Wed Jun 27, 2007 9:37 pm

Madman wrote:there were two 157's

161. I don't see what you mean :shifty:
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by Madman » Wed Jun 27, 2007 9:44 pm

162. oh your the funny one! when do i get editing priviledges?
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163. When you go to UniSA to study and volunteer to be a committee member.
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by Ryan White » Wed Jun 27, 2007 10:22 pm

164. There are several requirements that you'd have to meet first Madman. Start by improving your grammar so each one of your posts don't make my eyes bleed. Then move on to making it so your posts aren't the ones I'm most frequently altering for content or deleting outright.
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by Madman » Wed Jun 27, 2007 11:20 pm

165. but where would be the fun in that? and i consider it my duty to make your life more interesting...
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by Atory » Wed Jun 27, 2007 11:27 pm

166. Also remember the numbers in this thread to keep it on topic. You did start it after all.
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by Last Exile » Thu Jun 28, 2007 1:36 am

167. The maximum number of minutes I want to be in the exam tin-shed on Friday morning. Any longer and you have to stay to the end and getting out of Wayville is hellish. Leave a little before the 10 minutes to go barrier, you beat the masses. And based on my session with my tutor today, I'm on track to complete the exam properly within such a time frame. And yes, Adelaide Uni students now have exams in a great big tin shed at the Wayville Showgrounds. The amount of sound magnification you get when it rains is astounding.
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168. I leave the forum for work and look what happens....
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by Bazza » Thu Jun 28, 2007 8:14 am

169. The name given to Phill Cassidy's Eagle used during system battles.
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170. * just dies at bazza's sig* XD
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:11 pm

171. UniSA students get air-con and heating in their exam venues.
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:14 pm

172. I dont have any exams! well I didnt when I was studying...
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:19 pm

173. Foundness or fondness?
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:22 pm

174. fondness
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:22 pm

175. You may want to change your sig then.
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:25 pm

176.Oh! right....

White, you might want to add your number to your post.. and fixed. Ill change the sig sometime anyway...
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177. Fine, fine, whatever...
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:29 pm

178. so people doesnt lose track... ^_^
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:31 pm

179. The cost of a 500gb WD SATA II hdd from MSY and ironically enough, the cost of a speeeding fine for being 11km/h over the limit. Guess which one I want to pay and which one I'm forced to pay.
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by Atory » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:34 pm

180. The degrees in a triangle.

Ryan White wrote:171. UniSA students get air-con and heating in their exam venues.

Lies!!! Or they just never turned the heaters on.
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:36 pm

181. 181 is a prime number, and a twin prime with 179, making 181 a Chen prime. In base 10, it is a palindromic prime.

181 is not a regular polygonal number in any way besides being 181-gonal, but it is a centered number in three different ways: it is a centered square number, a centered pentagonal number and a star number.

181 is the sum of two consecutive squares and the sum of five consecutive primes (29 + 31 + 37 + 41 + 43).

181 is the same, written upside down and backwards.

181 is the sum of 9 squared plus 10 squared.
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by Ryan White » Thu Jun 28, 2007 5:02 pm

182. Must just be for the business students then. God knows we wouldn't do anything unless we're comfortable.
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183. I.T. Students have to get used to the cold... The machines like it... and they're more important than us.
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 28, 2007 10:15 pm

184. An Alfa Romeo that was, most definitely, made of fail.
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185. mappy is definetly obsessed with alfa romeo's.
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by Mappy » Thu Jun 28, 2007 10:19 pm

186. Easy to do when they name them with numbers. I'll mention the Mitsubishi 380 when we get there. 8)

As for the 184, an F1 car Alfa mistakenly put on the track, I'll leave it up to driver Riccardo Patrese: "What we lack in speed we more than make up for in unreliability." 8)
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by Last Exile » Thu Jun 28, 2007 11:42 pm

187. I take IceLee's sig means Bazza is going to be this year's cross-dresser cosplayer at AvCon? Perhaps seeing Nick Olivieri do the entire 2003 Big Day Out Queens of the Stone Age set completely naked will finally not be the most butt-ugly thing I've ever seen in my life. Mind you, those teen girls were literally crying, you couldn't help but laugh. Still, Wendy Matthews not wearing any undies at the 2002 Big Day Out Machine Gun Fellatio set - that was a decent sight. Hopefully Bazza in a skirt won't be worse than Chris's man-Chidori from 2003. *shiver*
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 11:44 pm

188. ZING! I told you, bazza, theyd believe me MORE than they do you..... :D
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189. I believe nothing until I beat the truth out of all of you. 8)
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by IceLee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 11:50 pm

190. my lips are firmly sealed. firmly.
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by Madman » Thu Jun 28, 2007 11:55 pm

Mappy wrote:186. Easy to do when they name them with numbers. I'll mention the Mitsubishi 380 when we get there. 8)

As for the 184, an F1 car Alfa mistakenly put on the track, I'll leave it up to driver Riccardo Patrese: "What we lack in speed we more than make up for in unreliability." 8)


191. wow! we are headed for 380? i guess i missed the chance to plug the leyland p 76!
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IceLee wrote:190. my lips are firmly sealed. firmly.


192. I am not going to reply.... I am not.... /khaaaan

Madman wrote:191. wow! we are headed for 380? i guess i missed the chance to plug the leyland p 76!


Just wait until we get to the BMW 635CSi or the Austin 1800. 8)
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by Bazza » Fri Jun 29, 2007 7:37 am

193. These guys already know I'm homosexuell for Bridget (among others - looks at Mizuho figurine), so crossdressing isn't that farfetched for me. It's a pity though, I just don't have the thighs for it. Otherwise I might try it. :P
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195. Hehehehehehehe. 8)
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196. I promise you, the ideas are already there, inside his head. It's probably the only thing inside his head, but... yeah.... 8)
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197. The number of times I nearly fell asleep after my Computing Science exam.
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by IceLee » Sat Jun 30, 2007 10:30 am

198. well dont blame me for the ideas.... he came up with the concept basically :P
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199. Conceptually speaking, one away from 200.
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by IceLee » Sat Jun 30, 2007 11:20 am

200. the 200th post for the numbers thread.
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201. Actually, it was the 194th, as some people have been doubling up on numbers. *whistles innocently* ahem.... So this makes this post the 195th.

201: Not quite a space odyssey. 8)
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202. darn @ the techinal number of post. my 140th post.
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203. As in PM. The time Jim will probably wake up today, as he was on the net until 6.30 this morning. Again.
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204. bad jim, bad jim!!
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205. The number of really crappy porn websites he probably visited in that time. 8)
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206. TMI TMI TMI!!!
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207. When divided by the page number, results in 14.7857143e. 8)
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208. The number of days (in terms of total time played) hardcore WoW players have spent in game since they started if they're hardcore. I'm nowhere near that of course.
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209. That's a given, especially because some of the people that played WoW for that length of time are now dead from the various things that can kill you if you sit down for more that 5 days straight.
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210. I apparently type so fast that I surprised Mappy.
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211. Apparently Indians are the fastest typers in the world.
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212. really?
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213. According to a quick search on Google, the fastest typer in the world is Mrs. Barbara Blackburn of Salem, Oregon.
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214. Interesting.
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215. Generally speaking, Indians are. Specifically, can be anyone.
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216. Moving on, moving on, guys....
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217. I see terrorists are testing Gordon Brown's nerve in England at the moment.
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218. yeah its funny how blair leaves and then boom, bombs goes off... maybe theyre missing blair?
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219. Well, they're yet to blow him up so I suppose that statement is true.
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220. No point in blowing him up now, he's no longer an important person. Just seems like they're giving Brown an initiation of fire.
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221. PM. The actual time Jim woke up on Saturday.

This whole terrorist plot has been extremely made of fail. I mean.... Glasgow?
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222.well, its better not to have it in Northumberland/Northumberia, my english side of family's hometown....
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223. Well, I think they targetted Scotland due to their holidays period. It's school holidays over there.
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224. Most likely for that reason... more people to kill...
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225. I'm just wondering if they'll use this in a future episode of Taggart. 8)
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226. Maybe.
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227. Hasn't been the same since it lost Mark McManus. 8)
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228. hehe. and Im now seed-ed!
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by edible_hat » Mon Jul 02, 2007 10:48 pm

229 yeah, Taggart really has problems now that they've killed off the title character.
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230. Meet my lovely partner, edible_hat..
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231. Hello me, how's it going?

232. not bad thanks, how's yourself?
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233. did I mention how lovely he is?
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234. In his Galvatron Bling-Bling mode or his naughty severely punished sprawling fetal on the floor mode ?
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235. As if I wasn't suffering enough sleep problems and severe exhuastion, Paul. -_- There's no way I'm gonna get to sleep tonight with those images in my head. ><
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by edible_hat » Tue Jul 03, 2007 11:28 am

236. 2 times 3 equals 6.
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237. 2:37 - a very powerful movie made and released in South Australia last year.
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238. 2 to the power of 3 equals 8.
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by Last Exile » Tue Jul 03, 2007 3:55 pm

239. It was 2:39 when i last noticed the time and now it's suddenly 3:55. Where the hell did the last hour go?
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by Ryan White » Tue Jul 03, 2007 4:05 pm

240. Bah, you can't say that until you realise the sun has just come up. Welcome to the Internet.
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241. That already happened. -_-
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by edible_hat » Tue Jul 03, 2007 4:33 pm

242. 242 spelled backwards is 242.
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243. Wasting time waiting for AJAS to start.
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by Madman » Tue Jul 03, 2007 10:06 pm

244. how can a hat be edible? is it made from minderjährigen mädchen(E)s ?
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245. It's made of cheese! ( yes he has a cheese-hat icon)
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246. Yep I do, it's my default icon on Livejournal in fact. Looks like this:

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246. In The Goons, Neddie Seagoon had a roast beef apparael at some point.
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by IceLee » Wed Jul 04, 2007 12:21 am

247. and I'm a year older now. (unoffically, was born at 6 50 pm anyway)
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248. The number of times I'm going to have to resist the feeling of smashing 'El Struto' (aka Ben the grocery manager who's doing night fill for one night and will be permanently moved to Collonades in 2 weeks) in the face tomorrow night.

Grats Ice.
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249. Dammit! One short of 250! 8)
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 04, 2007 8:32 am

250. One quarter of 1000.
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251. I was just not destined to get 250.... 8)
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by IceLee » Wed Jul 04, 2007 9:14 am

252. Thanks mendes all late like.
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by Jim Woolford » Wed Jul 04, 2007 9:36 am

253. Belated happy birthday from me. :)
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254. Thanks! its still today :p
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255. Thought for some reason it was yesterday.... Ah well, happy birthday for today. :)
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256. thanks again Jim, a whole country is celebrating my birthday... XD
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257. i would also like to extend my congratulations for the aging, although i know well enough not to ask what your current age is...
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258. Thanks and its ok... im 23. not 16, not 18, 23.
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 04, 2007 5:24 pm

259. Bugger, I missed 256 which (as all good nerds know) is 2 to the power of 8.
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260. I remember 1984.

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Just.

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261. I had no life then.
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262. ... number not worth remembering , just like the rest which cant have a special meaning attached to it .
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263. "El Struto" aka Ben Dawson thought I was the one person who did a good job tonight and couldn not find anything wrong to say about me while he lathered it to the rest. This is probably the number of times that mürrisch blonde chick sulked after she admitted Ben was being shipped out to Noarlunga and that she liked him, after I told her I thought he was a complete jerk.
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264. The only person who had a life beyond me then, I'm sure, is Madman. Scary thought, that.
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 05, 2007 11:15 am

265. I do have a life thank you! :P
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266. What? before 1984?
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267. He means age. When I met Mappy he was double my age.
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268. And I still am. Pretty much. 8)
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269. Oh that. well after 1984 I did have a life... :P
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270. Unless one of us is aging at a faster rate. Except if you're aging at double speed.
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271. aint me.
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Atory wrote:270. Unless one of us is aging at a faster rate. Except if you're aging at double speed.


272. I frequently feel like I am. :unsure:
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273. I forgot that it could also be me aging at half the norm.
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 05, 2007 11:40 am

274. suckers. heh. I knew mappy would reply and say it's him because people thinks hes older than he is, and people thinks im younger than I am... what's your excuse, atory?
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275. My excuse is that I was talking to Mappy in the first place... Everyone keeps getting in front of me and I keep having to quickly change the number in front of my post.
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276. Oops sorry heh
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277. Elvira. The first asteroid named after a tv character. 8)
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IceLee wrote:276. Oops sorry heh

278. It's what I get for sharing my ADSL. Damn it! Again!!!
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279. The US electoral college, the number of days in the average human pregnancy and the caliber of a .270 Winchester rifle. 8)
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280. *pats atory's back*
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281. Something something squidgeon.
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282. Yet another palindrome.
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283. Bwaahahahahahahaaaa! This number 0WNZ!!!!11oneone

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284. how did you make your text so tiny?
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285. Using the font size panel above the reply window, setting it to "tiny" and replacing the number (in this case, 7) with a smaller one (in this case, 4). If you set the number at 0, some browsers won't show any sign of text at all (hello Firefox).

This is "tiny" text set at "7".

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286. Ah! thanks! Testing
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287. Minimum font size ftw.
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288. Size means jack all if you can't use it properly.
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289. If the size is so small that it can't be used without aid, the only use is humour.
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290. These numbers are starting to have size envy.
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291. even more so!
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292. thinks it is bigger than all the numbers that preceded it. It's right, you know.... 8)
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293. But along came a number even bigger than the one before....
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294. It's a dangerous spiral with no end. 8)
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295. with davy jones spinning in the spiral.
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296. Wow, this thread went over 36 hows without a reply, I think we have a record.
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297. The weekends are always quiet.
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298. and Im contributing to the record.... :P
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299. When both out AFL teams play on the same day, the weekend is much quieter. I thought the Crows would win and I'm stoked, but I didn't think by THAT much!
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300. did the Saints win? :|
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301. You wasted a perfectly good 300 post! you could have said something like '300 spartans withheld the persian empire' or even 'who owns a chrysler 300'.
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302. and you forgot to put your number next to your post! I can post whatever I like... NYAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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by edible_hat » Mon Jul 09, 2007 5:04 pm

303 Madman forgot to say 301
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304. Oh did he now? :shifty:
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305. Yep he did!
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306. Not from where I'm sitting.
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307. you edited it!
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308. Winchester, the round selected by NATO to be the 7.62mm standard. Except the bullet is more like 7.9ish mm and the .308 Winchester is slightly different. Watch for me on the news using a gun chambered for this round when I've had enough of working at woolies.
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309. As in Peugeot. Gawd, this car was fugly!
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310. you like guns, ryan?
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by edible_hat » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:04 am

311. Man I'm tired. Helping a pack rat move house will do that.
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312. and ill not tell you the other reasons why youre tired :P
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by edible_hat » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:12 am

313 because you kept nearly pushing me out of bed?
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314. more like because you kept poking me in your sleep?
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315. Only to wake you up so you'd move over and give me more than a 3-inch-wide bit of matress.
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by IceLee » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:43 am

316.
But I swore I was sleeping right next to my end of the matress, right against the cupboard.... mustve been you, because sometimes people roll over and over and over... then blame the other person.. :P
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by Last Exile » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:18 pm

317. I can't remember how many times I nearly fell asleep on the bus last night.
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by IceLee » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:40 pm

318. did you hit your head on the poles on top of the bus seats for the stop signals? one lady did that before, sleeping and tilting her head back several time and bang, bang, bang... she did it about 3,4 times before waking up
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by Ryan White » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:28 pm

319. I have no idea what makes you think I like guns. Sad thing is, I can't exercise my passion in Australia if I want to be a law abiding citizen.
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by IceLee » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:31 pm

320. there are legal gun clubs in s.a I believe... pop was a member of a gun/shooting club once, i got a gold medal.. heh... he only has silver and bronze XD
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by edible_hat » Tue Jul 10, 2007 10:30 pm

321 speaking of falling asleep, I bet this guy wishes he hadn't:

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/708618/ball_game_sleeper/
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[size=0]322. This number hides from people using Firefox.[/size] 8)
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by Psike81 » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:13 am

323. The likes of Ryan ... beer , women , anime , guns , war history .

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324. Paulowned! :wink:
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by IceLee » Wed Jul 11, 2007 9:25 am

325. Ryan likes war history, huh? then he'll like pop... pop's got some ww2 dvd/videos...
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 11, 2007 12:53 pm

326 3 times 2 is also 6.
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by Last Exile » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:03 pm

327. Ryan W also has a strong resentment of Polish people cos his gramps had a pitchfork stuck in his arsch by one in '39.
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by Madman » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:08 pm

328. adds up to age 13. not sure why i just thought of that.....
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329. The number of years Madman will probably get, one of these days. 8)
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by Jim Woolford » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:39 pm

330. It was my birthday, yesterday. And for my birthday I received some malware with a hijacking dialer. I'm writing this on Mark's (Mappy's) pc. You should have heard the hysterics from him when he found out. And when we set his pc up for the internets. /khaaaan
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by IceLee » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:57 pm

Last Exile wrote:327. Ryan W also has a strong resentment of Polish people cos his gramps had a pitchfork stuck in his grass by one in '39.


331. *hides dave*

also, happy birthday Jim, sorry to hear about the computers
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 11, 2007 11:26 pm

Last Exile wrote:Ryan W also has a strong resentment of Polish people cos his gramps had a pitchfork stuck in his grass by one in '39.


332. That would explain why he said my grandparent's aren't strictly Polish but some other word that describes people from the Poland-Germany border region (actually that's fair enough, their village was in Germany for WWI and Poland for WWII).
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by IceLee » Wed Jul 11, 2007 11:29 pm

edible_hat wrote:
Last Exile wrote:Ryan W also has a strong resentment of Polish people cos his gramps had a pitchfork stuck in his grass by one in '39.


332. That would explain why he said my grandparent's aren't strictly Polish but some other word that describes people from the Poland-Germany border region (actually that's fair enough, their village was in Germany for WWI and Poland for WWII).


333. ahh... like my great grandfather and his family living over the border in poland or on the border between russia and poland or in russia near poland.. if that does explain it..
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by Mappy » Wed Jul 11, 2007 11:46 pm

334. And my family came from Europe. All over large portions of it. Yes, we were waging war on the rest of you at some stage. 8)
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by IceLee » Wed Jul 11, 2007 11:52 pm

335.most of my family lives in Northumberland/Northumbria ( near scotland) nowdays, with great grandfather's family in russia, never met great grandfather or his side, im first generation australian.

edit: SORRY! I was rambling through my post and forgot the numbers... -_-;;
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335b. Forgot to number your post. 8)
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by Ryan White » Thu Jul 12, 2007 1:44 am

336. It wasn't my grandfather that got pitchforked, it was his uncle. With his own pitchfork no less. Germany was going to war with Poland whether or not Hitler wanted to, the people in Prussia were sick of their stuff getting pinched.
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by Mappy » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:00 am

337. You know, if you'd made your love of guns known to the emos that were lectured by Barron at Maccas, they'd probably have moved streets and not just tables. As amusing as watching emos being frightened away by Barron was. :lol:
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by Ryan White » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:31 am

338. When the one that Barron was talking to said that they were wandering the city killing people it was so tempting to call their bluff and test the strength of their stomachs. I have been asked a few times at work to lower the level of detail in my ravings.
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by Bazza » Thu Jul 12, 2007 9:24 am

Mappy wrote:As amusing as watching emos being frightened away by Barron was. :lol:


Oh please do tell! I always love a good emos vs normal people. :D

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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:01 am

Ryan White wrote:336. It wasn't my grandfather that got pitchforked, it was his uncle. With his own pitchfork no less. Germany was going to war with Poland whether or not Hitler wanted to, the people in Prussia were sick of their stuff getting pinched.
I know there are plenty of legal gun clubs in SA, it's just that the guns I want to own aren't legal in Australia.


340. damn you stole my 336, Ryan! TT_TT and ok im starting to back away from you ryan on the guns you want to own... hehe
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by edible_hat » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:43 am

341. Apparently it's really hard to get a gun license these days - my uncle was telling me about it. (He got a silver plated rifle for his 21st, and keeps it for sentimental reasons. Doesn't want to get it deactivated so he has to keep a license for it.) You have to:

(1) get your photo taken
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(4) pay a licence fee
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:45 am

342. Yipes... that's a lot of hard work in maintaining one's own gun license...
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by Ryan White » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:20 pm

343. The benefits of having lived in the country, I know quite a few people with that much land that would sign a stat dec. Dammit, why does the .50 BMG round have to be illegal for civilian use in this country?
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:23 pm

344. how much firepower does the .50 BMG round have?
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by Ryan White » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:56 pm

345. It was originally intended to be used against tanks in the First World War and is now only used against lightly armoured vehicles, helicopters and destroying explosive devices at long range. It has been used to shoot people from over 2km away, could kill you even if you were hiding behind a bus and the shockwave from the bullet can cause a heart attack if it passes within 1m of you.
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:58 pm

346. Yipes. No wonder its non cilivian issue only.
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by (mad) » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:06 pm

347. that sounds like the sort of thing that happens when you fire the barrett m82a1, which uses a .50 round, as i recall
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by Ryan White » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:07 pm

348. Well, there are some states in the USA that allow you to own weapons that fire the round. It'd be really bad for the police if anybody ever use one on a rampage as they'd have the ability to down the police helicopters. Thankfully the rifles and machine guns that fire the round are so bulky it'd be blutig obvious that you had one and it's virtually impossible to have any accuracy firing whilst standing up.
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by edible_hat » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:26 pm

349
IceLee wrote:Yipes... that's a lot of hard work in maintaining one's own gun license...


especially when you're in your 50s and your 65 year old friend who always signs off on the photo gets diagnosed with altzheimer's
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:32 pm

350. huh?
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351. Apparently he's in his 65 year old friend. 8)
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by edible_hat » Thu Jul 12, 2007 5:27 pm

352 fixed! somehow 3 words didn't make it from my brain to the keyboard.
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by Morphis » Thu Jul 12, 2007 6:06 pm

353: Ryan this one is for you http://www.securityarms.com/20010315/ga ... 00/601.htm To Bad its a Hoax :'(
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by (mad) » Thu Jul 12, 2007 6:14 pm

354. ouch, my browser died from opening that link. probably time to upgrade firefox EDIT: nope, didn't fix it
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355. What dummkopf created that site? All that script where you could have just used a few img tags...
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 8:31 pm

356. About the amount of kicks we had to do tonight. *half whimpers, half pants for breath*
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by Morphis » Thu Jul 12, 2007 8:52 pm

357.

edible_hat wrote:355. What dummkopf created that site? All that script where you could have just used a few img tags...

I had no prolems with either Safari or Firefox 2.0.0.4

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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 9:01 pm

358. someone put up 357 up above me in morphis' post!
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359
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edible_hat wrote:355. What dummkopf created that site? All that script where you could have just used a few img tags...

I had no prolems with either Safari or Firefox 2.0.0.4


no problems here either, apart from the (comparatively) ridiculously large page size and the fact that the scripts don't do anything you can't do with plain HTML.
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by (mad) » Thu Jul 12, 2007 9:17 pm

360 degrees == 2 pi radians. using firefox 2.0.0.1, 2.0.0.4 and whatever version of ie i have, it died part way through loading the page (it did manage to load the top image)
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361. This number is boring, so I've tried to make it interesting. I'd have the numbers dancing, too, if I could. 8)
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362
(mad) wrote:using firefox 2.0.0.1, 2.0.0.4 and whatever version of ie i have, it died part way through loading the page (it did manage to load the top image)


sounds like a JVM problem - update your Java virtual machine.

(Even though you shouldn't need java to display a few images on a static web page)
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:00 pm

363. nice numbers, mappy.
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364. Took several edits to prefect. 8)
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365. yeah... but still nice touch.
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366 days in a leap year. when you have to jump up and down all year.
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by IceLee » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:52 pm

367. didnt you say youre going to bed?
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368. Dammit Morphis, I wanted 357. :cry:
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369. All multiples of 3.
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IceLee wrote:367. didnt you say youre going to bed?


370. I did after I posted that.
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by IceLee » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:20 am

371. yeah hours after you told me youre going to bed... :p
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by edible_hat » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:48 am

372 I was going to bed, but got sidetracked by the half a bottle of red left over from Wednesday night.
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by Last Exile » Fri Jul 13, 2007 11:13 am

373. Yet another palindrome.
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by IceLee » Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:12 pm

374. I shouldve known youd do that, dave.... bad boy! :P
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375. it could be worse - it could've been half a bottle of spirits :P
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376. Did that once too. Still had the hangover 24 hours later when I walked into the servo I was working at at the time...
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by IceLee » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:04 pm

377. tsk tsk @ dave
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378. Bet you've never snorted Guinness before, though. 8)
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by edible_hat » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:31 pm

379 actually I came close last Saturday. At 11 am.
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380. You what, Dave?
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by edible_hat » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:38 pm

381. drank a pint and a quarter of Guinness at 11 am.
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by IceLee » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:40 pm

382. havent touched a drop of alcohol since that one wine on wednesday :P
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383. Dammit, now I'm thirsty.
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384. Alcohol will make you thirstier. 8)
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385. I don't care.
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386. After several glasses, indeed. 8)
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by IceLee » Sat Jul 14, 2007 8:22 am

387. having iced coffee now.. and lots of choccies to get energy for tkd because tkd burns sugar...
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388. icelee needs to learn how to count...
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389. Hey, youd miscount when youre half asleep with only 30 minutes to get ready for taekwondo... -_-
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390. probably. not that i'd ever be in that situation. i'm more likely to be drunk/sleep deprived/doing an assignment for many hours strraight
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391. Yay for multitasking! I'm simultaneously doing the laundry, putting in job applications, archiving stuff onto DVD and surfing forums.
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392. :p had taekwondo and korean stick fighting today.
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by Last Exile » Sun Jul 15, 2007 1:59 am

393. Palindrome? I can't feel my legs or arms right now but that's mainly from working double time for the last 2 weeks along with the relief of being in 2nd year on the 23rd (yes I did pass Computer Science 1B).
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394. I'm online at 4.40am. I must have no life. 8)
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395. I resent that comment, especially as I've been on for a few hours now.
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396. Yet you probably believe it when I say it about myself. 8)
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398. Work doesn't necessarily equal a life. :wink:
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399. I work for Woolworths. Employees having lives is against company policy.
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400. And to prove I have no life, i made the number look speeeeecial. 8)

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402. The bus I catch at night, on Sundays and Public Holidays. Nearest stop is actually closer to my house then my normal bus, the 400. *shakes fist at Mappy*
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403. get back to work you guys. :P
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Ryan White wrote:399. I work for Woolworths. Employees having lives is against company policy.


405. Then roll in World of krieg handwerk already since you fit the criteria and they both have WOW as their shortened/acronymn names. :P It is inevitable....

I also work mainly nights but on weekends it's afternoons. And I have finally scored regular Sunday work. Penatly rates ftw. :)
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406. What do you call a thong-wearing Frenchman?

[spoiler]Phillipe Phillop[/spoiler]
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by Psike81 » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:54 pm

407. And sometime ago i doubted that it would make it this far ...
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Psike81 wrote:407. And sometime ago i doubted that it would make it this far ...


408. Chaos Theory and the infinite expansion of the universe say this thread can keep going on and on but gradual increase in loading time will provide a limit.
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409. And to think it was going to be locked on the first page (and was).

Just found something funny...

Search my signature on google:
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410. we are survivors. Also, that was quite an interesting information on blood elves and the vampire connections, Mendes.
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411. [email protected] . Since we seem to talk so much and get so many threads closed, perhaps MSN would work better.
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412. If it wasn't in the Playlist thread I wouldn't have locked it.
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413. Ehh! Grumpy! Heh, just kidding Atory
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414. All good. I go into that much detail because Night Elves and Blood Elves are sworn enemies. 10,000 years of resentment and tragic history doesn't heal. I tried a Blood Elf one night and was absolutely disgusted with them. Their quests are disgusting, their females were virtually next to nothing (they make Night Elves look tame in comparison), their jokes suck, their Britney Spears dance is offputting, I just hate everything about them. I'll gank any unsuspecting Blood Elf I see that's ripe for the picking.
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416. See what happens when you leave the forum for a few hours to spend time having a real life....
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417. I did a five hour shift at work tonight, with the same 10 songs playing over the PA the whole time. I want somebody to kill at the moment. Please. The songs weren't even good songs, they were bad songs, very bad. If I even catch the person responsible for the music in Woolworths, I'm not going to kill them, Mother Nature is through the nine feet of soil that I'm going to bury the person under.
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418. You work in Woolworths and you worry about the music they choose to play? You should work at The Warehouse over Xmas. Even I wanted to start killing people due to the music they were playing, and I'm just a customer....

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419. I find it odd that for the "popularity" of radio (SAFM - Adelaide , HiTZFM - Malaysia) they seem to only afford licenses for less than 20 songs at one go .

Hence endless repeats by the hour .
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420. Weeeeeeeeeeed!

The licence fees for public broadcast of music recently rose in this country. Get ready for more of the same crap played endlessly.
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408. Chaos Theory and the infinite expansion of the universe say this thread can keep going on and on but gradual increase in loading time will provide a limit.


421. But when you factor in the ever increasing bandwidth, load time ceases to be an issue.
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422. This forum will never go down due to bandwidth issues from people just checking the forum.
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Ryan White wrote:422. This forum will never go down due to bandwidth issues from people just checking the forum.


423. It can go down from a Barron moment.
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424. Barron moment? Barron's yet to send it down. There have been a few Ryan moments and a Tim moment.
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425. Which is why we decided to host my brother's website ourselves rather than use Barron (which was the cheapest option).

The exists but has no domain yet, so it's hiding behind a router.
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Ryan White wrote:422. This forum will never go down due to bandwidth issues from people just checking the forum.


426. No. We let other things do that for us. Outside of Barron and Tim. 8)
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427. Why is there no anime starring the Swedish Chef?
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428. Because it's smarter not to have an anime featuring the swedish chef?
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429. Seeing how much KyoAni whooare themselves for their advertisers and other franchises, Lucky Star still has time. 8)
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430. That's not what I meant by a Barron moment. *hint: What do we all know Barron is good at?* :)

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431. The numbers are starting to get a bit boring. Most of the interesting ones have been and gone....

I mean, can you wait another 235 posts for 666 to come along? 8)
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432 (so easy to type). definitely, that's how much health you get with the invulnerability powerup in quake :D
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433 I was going to post an interesting fact about 433 but Adam Spencer's Book of Numbers only goes up to 100.
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434. The 43th palindrome in numbers in ascending order.
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435. 43th?
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436. The number of times Tim Flannery made people choke today in his conference. Great guy.
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437. 4+3=7
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438. The number of pieces the Centennial Hall is now in.
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439. The time it was 8 minutes ago.
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440. Apollo.
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442. Take away the 1st digit and we'll be saying thanks for all the fish yet again.
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443. The stooge so someone else can take up 444.
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444. Only 222 posts to go before the number of the beast.
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445. 89 * 5
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446. Probably the time I'll be leaving UniSAGA today.
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by edible_hat » Fri Jul 20, 2007 12:42 pm

447. I thought unisaga was cancelled this week because most members are going to the AVCon launch party or finishing off their cosplays.
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448. That's what I thought too, dave, atory and I was discussing that, oh since last week about avcon launch and unisaga conflicting timeswise.
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449. you see... i would be one of those people working on my cosplay if i'd actually gotten round to making a costume this year and had someone motivating me. oh well, maybe next year if i'm not too busy with being a final year engineering student
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by Mappy » Fri Jul 20, 2007 1:07 pm

edible_hat wrote:447. I thought unisaga was cancelled this week because most members are going to the AVCon launch party or finishing off their cosplays.

IceLee wrote:448. That's what I thought too, dave, atory and I was discussing that, oh since last week about avcon launch and unisaga conflicting timeswise.

450. Oh well, that makes tonight easier, then. No rush for the pre-wedding party. :)
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451. pwnt, mappy, in the sands of time where nobody can see...
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452. Really? Where? :wink:
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453. Such a place can be found about a 3 minute ride from Gadgetzan in the burning deserts of Tanaris - The Caverns Of Time. An eternal case of history repeating.
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454. and wowcrackers dieing?
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by Ryan White » Fri Jul 20, 2007 3:09 pm

.455 Webley. the caliber used by the British army in their revolvers until WWII.
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by edible_hat » Fri Jul 20, 2007 3:16 pm

456. Sequential!
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457 is a prime number
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by Ryan White » Fri Jul 20, 2007 3:32 pm

458. (mad), you should cosplay as Jesus to AVCon, there are plenty of Christian video games to back you up.
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by (mad) » Fri Jul 20, 2007 3:49 pm

459. i'll bring the costume today, if you like. the only problem is that it's not a very warm thing to wear and i had some of my hair trimmed today, so i'm not sure how good i'll look.

EDIT: hooray, posting from the avcon launch. unfortunately, welcome to otakudom sucks
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4:60. also known as 5:00.
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461. And my memories of Welcome to Otakudom were that it was better than Super Tree Boy....
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by Last Exile » Sat Jul 21, 2007 2:13 pm

462. I somehow get the feeling the episodes I watched on DVD today of Someday's Dreamers are going to be far better than what they'll be screening all weekend.

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463. Too many perverts in pictochat!
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464. The number of google and yahoo bots that regularly visit this forum.
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by Xenesis » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:02 pm

465. The amount of extra money I wish I had right now.
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by Ryan White » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:06 pm

466. IceLee still has my pen. :cry:
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by edible_hat » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:08 pm

467 If it's a retractable ball point with black ink and a red casing with Bridgestone written on it, I've got it.
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by IceLee » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:34 pm

468. no it isnt, dave, i believe its not the pen ryan speaks of.
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by Psike81 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 9:05 pm

469. The pen is mightier than the sword ... but the sword point will definitely kill compared to pen point .
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470. Psike81's post was edited. Also, now that I think about it, I think I accidentally stole that pen from someone at the pokemon tournament.
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471 - The amount of laughs my joke pokemon team got.
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by (mad) » Mon Jul 23, 2007 9:46 pm

472. the number of people that'll be at next year's avcon... i think i just shot myself out of a cannon, over the line. again :P
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473. There's more Pokemon than this number... -_-
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474. the IQ of 474 parking inspectors or 948 gym teachers
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by Pirate Man » Mon Jul 23, 2007 10:35 pm

475. 475 BC the year which Saint Ita, Irish priest was born
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by Mappy » Tue Jul 24, 2007 4:49 am

476. A Harshad number. If you know what that means. Also the number of points Carlton lost in their last game. And the number of cars that spun off in the rain at the European GP at the Nurburgring. Also the number of episodes of Naruto that I'm not watching.
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by edible_hat » Tue Jul 24, 2007 9:36 am

477. Not an aeroplane.
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478. Kōki 1138.
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:22 am

479. Why won't this cold just give up!?! It can't win, but it refuses to die - making me have a huge sneezing fit this morning.
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480. The Plague of AVCon does not give up so easily.
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:38 am

481. This time it hit me before AVCon.
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482. So that makes you Typhoid Mary, then? 8)
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:59 am

483. Quite possibly. The worst part is that Candice caught it too (from me), and because of her grandfather's health she has to wear a surgical mask whenever she leaves her bedroom.
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by Mappy » Wed Jul 25, 2007 12:03 pm

484. Well, I can assure you that Ryan, Greg, Jim and myself also have it....

Anyone else care to place their name in that list?
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485. !me. i had mine finish a few days before avcon
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by edible_hat » Wed Jul 25, 2007 12:31 pm

486. Old processor, I bought one for $1 a few years ago.
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487. The number of emos I plan to send on a one way ticket to The Black Parade next AVCON.
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488. The number of emos we should have sent this AVCon.
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489. PseudoGerman for "For ate nothing".
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490. I dream it would cost only this much to fix our car....
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491. I can only dream that a new car costs this much...
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492. I've ridden in a car that cost this much. It was later sold as scrap for around $700.
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493. Add a 1 in front of this number and America had its first birthday.
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494. The number of days it seemed to get from Paradise Interchange back home now that our car is in for repairs.
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$4.95. The price of a bacon and cheese burger from KFC (last time I checked)
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496. A guy watching TV on a comfy sofa.
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497. A lot of years ago. Before even I was born. :shock:
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by Last Exile » Fri Jul 27, 2007 9:38 am

498. Apparently we are in the age of Pisces, which started at 190BC and will hold until around 2600. Then again, astrology is a load of schizenhausen anyway.
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499. a prime number. let's hope somebody does something interesting for 500
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500. Adelaide 500, Indy 500. A true racing number.
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501. Fnark.... 500 FailGet!
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by Last Exile » Fri Jul 27, 2007 1:09 pm

502. If you should ever get frustrated, reciting the following sentence really relieves the tension and stress within 15-20 seconds:

'Three little letters separate buy and die.'
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by Ryan White » Fri Jul 27, 2007 4:01 pm

503. Judging by the number of posts in this thread, we have way too much spare time.
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Ryan White wrote:503. Judging by the number of posts in this thread, we have way too much spare time.


504. I do 4 COmputer subjects this semester so no I don't. I'm just a fast typer. Don't you remember what I told you about Inidan typers?? :P
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505. I've been mostly quiet because I cant think of a thing and also because of Taekwondo and Korean stick fighting wearing me out quicker than expected since it's on a hour later than my old tkd school has their classes on at.
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506. I post a lot because I don't have a life.

But you knew that, anyway. 8)
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507. insert witticism here
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508. While watching Letterman after work tonight, I learned that somewhere in the world, there is a couple having sex in a carpet shop every 23 seconds. :oops:
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509. While flicking through channels, I discovered that Letterman was still going, and made the determination that the television industry must be systematically and horrifically destroyed.

Then I remembered how lazy I was, and switched to the next channel. 8)
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510. While flicking through the channels this morning, I realised there's nothing worth watching at 11 am on Saturdays so I put on a DVD.
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511. This wasn't always so.
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512. Yeah, in the past I'd have to have gone with VHS.
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Mappy wrote:511. This wasn't always so.


513. Maybe before the 80s because in the 80s, 90s, and 00s, Saturday morning tv has always sucked. Whereas modern tv just sucks full stop. With the one exception of House. ZING!
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514. I remember the early days of mid-dawn television, when the FTA stations decided that it was just as easy not ceasing transmission at midnight, when they had ye olde movie marathons from midnight to midday. By ye olde, here, I'm talking about films that go back beyond 1965, and usually the run of the mill ones. But it has to be better than what is on now.
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by Last Exile » Sat Jul 28, 2007 12:26 pm

515. Oh wait a minute there was a time when there was something good on that time in the morning. But it's been a damn long time since they stopped showing the original Looney Tunes. They even had a half-hour show which played Roadrunner-Wile E. Coyote episodes only. Oh, I loved that to pieces! Only Wile E. Coyote could make fatalistic mishaps look so damn funny and only the Roadrunner could get away with it and still look harmless.
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by edible_hat » Sat Jul 28, 2007 12:33 pm

516. Just a few years ago there was Monkey Magic on the ABC from 10-12 on Saturday mornings.
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517. Watching mindless violence on a Saturday morning is always a good way to start the weekend. 8)

I'll always remember Monkey as one of those shows everyone used to watch (because they were repeated so often) alongside Doctor Who, The Goodies, Danger Mouse, The Banana Splits, Astroboy and The Kenny Everett Video Show between 5 and 7pm, weekdays.... They don't make shows like that, anymore.... [size=0](even Doctor Who is made of FAIL these days....)[/size]
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by Last Exile » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:09 pm

518. Indeed. And of course Keeping Up Appearances and Yes, Prime Minister are long gone. Brit comedy was good in those days. And Australia was fortunate enough to have Good News Week for several years. Paul McDermott, Mikey Robbins and Julia Crossen. Yes, those were the days.
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by edible_hat » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:15 pm

519 Speaking of Monkey, some time last year I heard about a new version being made in Japan "sometime soon"... live action with modern visual effects. Anybody know any more?
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520. I heard about that, too, but I know about as much as you do, sadly.

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by Last Exile » Sat Jul 28, 2007 2:36 pm

521. Or those days when all 8 AFL games were on TV and you'd watch them all. Now you're lucky to get to see 3, the game is more poncy and flooding now and Andrew Demetriou is the biggest tool of a game executive I've ever seen.
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by Ryan White » Sun Jul 29, 2007 2:18 am

522. I grew up in the Riverland. We had two television channels, 5A (later Win) and ABC, people with UHF antennas were able to get SBS as well. The only channel that went past 12 that I could watch was ABC, and that was only Rage. I moved to the city, and here you have these blutig channels that have some brain retarding content playing no matter what the time is, day or night.
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by Mappy » Sun Jul 29, 2007 3:47 am

523. Heh, old RTS 5A.... You could pick that up, sometimes, when the atmospheric conditions were right, here in Adelaide, along with GTN 4 in Whyalla. Was able to watch all of the Guns of Navarone about 28 years ago on 5A when I was living in Rostrevor....
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by Ryan White » Sun Jul 29, 2007 5:16 am

524. Given the right type of overcast weather we were able to pick up Adelaide television in Loxton with a standard antenna. Then we moved to Waikerie, where I swear my family whose television antenna wasn't over 20 feet high.
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by edible_hat » Sun Jul 29, 2007 11:01 am

525. Sometimes late at night, especially when it's overcast, you can pick up Victorian AM radio on Kangaroo Island (not that you'd want to).
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by Mappy » Sun Jul 29, 2007 12:07 pm

526. You could do that in Adelaide a lot of the time. Especially with ABC Local Radio Melbourne, which must have a pretty strong broadcast.... Mind you, this is mostly at night, when ABC is networked across the country, so you're just getting what you'd get from 891ABC Adelaide, only half an hour earlier....

ABC Regional SA, formerly known as 5CK, has always been listenable in Adelaide, any time of the day and sometimes you could pick up its commercial rival 5PI in Port Pirie.... Not that you'd want to.
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by Ryan White » Sun Jul 29, 2007 3:40 pm

527. My father willingly and readily listens to ABC radio. I can't stand him being in charge of what we listen to on long car trips. The only good thing that comes from his affliction is the really weird trivia he picks up.
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by Bazza » Sun Jul 29, 2007 6:03 pm

528. The only regular scheduled bus service exiting the O-Bahn at Klemzig Interchange. 8)
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by edible_hat » Sun Jul 29, 2007 7:44 pm

529. What a way to make a living.
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by (mad) » Sun Jul 29, 2007 9:09 pm

530. far better than 925 like that crazy dolly parton has it
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by Last Exile » Sun Jul 29, 2007 10:14 pm

531. I only listen to 5AA these days. Keith Conlon, Tony Pilkington, Jane Doyle, Chris McDermott and Jon Blake in the morning is a dream combo. Blakey's major dig at Mike Rann and Conlon three weeks ago was just gold. I'm amazed they didn't get sued to heck and back over that episode of Behind Closed Doors. Mind you, I don't think anyone wants to try after Keith Martin failed miserably over trying to get Blakey's 'Keefy The Weatherman' banned.
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by edible_hat » Sun Jul 29, 2007 10:34 pm

(mad) wrote:530. far better than 925 like that crazy dolly parton has it


532 Depends if we're talking am or pm. Having worked both, I can safely say pm is superior.
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by Last Exile » Sun Jul 29, 2007 11:05 pm

533. Indeed pm > am.
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by Mappy » Mon Jul 30, 2007 7:41 am

534. Sounds like some of my working hours. My worst ever being 2pm to 10am....
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by (mad) » Mon Jul 30, 2007 8:52 am

535. while am < pm (for both meanings of am and pm), if it's only 4 hours of work, it's survivable anyway
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by Mappy » Mon Jul 30, 2007 9:48 am

536. FM > AM & PM, anyway. :)
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by Last Exile » Mon Jul 30, 2007 10:10 am

537. I did listen to Triple J for years once I left high school but around 2004 I stopped as the playlists grew weaker.
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by edible_hat » Mon Jul 30, 2007 10:39 am

538. Yeah, Triple J turned into commercial radio for wankers who don't want to admit they listen to commercial radio. Also, 5+3=8
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by (mad) » Mon Jul 30, 2007 1:25 pm

539.
Mappy wrote:536. FM > AM & PM, anyway. :)

actually, am < fm < pm as i recall fr