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Ice Cream, Pretty Naked People, Flying Cars
July 31st 2005, 13:58 CEST by Hugin

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#1 by m0nty
2005-07-31 14:00:06
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
So where are the pix0rs of pretty naked children covered in ice cream flying their cars?
#2 by Gunp01nt
2005-07-31 14:21:36
supersimon33@hotmail.com
Probably on your hard drive.

The need to be observed and understood was once satisfied by god. We can now implement the same functionality with data-mining algorithms.
#3 by m0nty
2005-07-31 14:32:45
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
m0nty's ReMUMP3-o-PILOT (Remix/Mash-Up MP3 of the Patently Indeterminate Length Of Time)
This is actually two songs, which were the two opposing sides in a Christian Mashup Battle that happened on one of the major mashup forums recently, between a guy from the Promise Keepers and a disbeliever who cussed him and his sect out.

The anti-PK guy's entry was LL Cool Jesus Christ Superstar vs The Promise Keepers With The Beatles and Friends... (second song listed). The Promise Keeper contributed Some Cut Of A Christian (wait for the link to appear).

FIGHT!
#4 by mgns
2005-07-31 15:54:37
Räikkönen goes wroom!

erotic triptychs featuring badgers with hats.
#5 by Neale
2005-07-31 16:10:44
neale@pimurho.co.uk www.pimurho.co.uk
Instead of going bang, as is usually the case.

I have a hard time accepting that anyone could achieve this miraculously high level of stupidity. - Caryn
#6 by mgns
2005-07-31 16:34:59
They seriously should draw and quarter an engineer everytime one of their cars blows an engine or something. Today it was Montoya. They're hideously impressive when they work, but it doesn't really matter how fast you can go during the two first stretches if you're going to break down after your last pit stop.

Also, Michael Schumacher just barely made it, his tyres were four pieces of rubber shit, no wonder he had cornering troubles.

erotic triptychs featuring badgers with hats.
#7 by Gunp01nt
2005-07-31 16:58:59
supersimon33@hotmail.com
I don't understand why Ferrari is doing so badly all of a sudden this year. Does Bernie Ecclestone sabotage them or something?

The need to be observed and understood was once satisfied by god. We can now implement the same functionality with data-mining algorithms.
#8 by Anonymous
2005-07-31 17:08:24
Bridgestone does that pretty well on their own.

#9 by mgns
2005-07-31 17:52:57
I'm pissed that Takuma Sato doesn't do better, I kinda like that crazy mofo.

erotic triptychs featuring badgers with hats.
#10 by Matt Davis
2005-07-31 20:29:13
http://looroll.com
I don't think Taku will get past next year if his form doesn't improve dramatically.

I'm pretty sure Honda will be gearing up for 2007 to be the championship year, and if he's not lightening fast next year and Barichello outshines him in the other Honda you can bet there'll be an american driver in that seat.

#11 by mgns
2005-07-31 20:35:00
Why american, specifically?

erotic triptychs featuring badgers with hats.
#12 by Matt Davis
2005-07-31 20:36:33
http://looroll.com
Because a good american driver in a honda F1 car will sell a lot of Honda Civics.

#13 by LPMiller
2005-08-01 00:07:41
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
because I know I always equate high speed racing and american drivers with quality built econo sedans.

"Testiculos habet et bene pendentes" — "He has testicles, and they dangle nicely."
#14 by yotsuya
2005-08-01 01:02:14
Well, who doesn't?

Don't you have a pretend girlfriend to not be fucking right now, loser?
#15 by Wudi
2005-08-01 02:23:27
Asians are mexicans are the new niggers.

Tony Stewart!

Zep--

Inverted Mouse 4 Life, YO!
#16 by m0nty
2005-08-01 06:26:06
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
I can see Danica Patrick being poached for F1.
#17 by Neale
2005-08-01 06:50:30
neale@pimurho.co.uk www.pimurho.co.uk
Given Bernir Ecclestone's comments to her ("you should wear white, so you can look like all the other kitchen appliances"), I don't see that happening soon.

I have a hard time accepting that anyone could achieve this miraculously high level of stupidity. - Caryn
#18 by m0nty
2005-08-01 07:39:02
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
I hadn't heard that line. I had to stop myself boarding the roflcopter.
#19 by Ashiran
2005-08-01 08:30:33
With the briefcase?

Nihil nequit.
#20 by m0nty
2005-08-01 08:31:01
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Damn straight!
#21 by CheesyPoof
2005-08-01 16:58:17
I missed the race (damn 7:30 AM starts) and Spped TV wasn't replaying it on Sunday night.
#22 by yotsuya
2005-08-01 17:00:39
Spped TV?

Don't you have a pretend girlfriend to not be fucking right now, loser?
#23 by TheTrunkDr.
2005-08-01 17:01:47
This has got to be the most disappointing thread in ages, where are all the pretty naked people and flying cars?

I SAID PURPLE, BITCH!
#24 by yotsuya
2005-08-01 17:03:12
Look in your pants.

Don't you have a pretend girlfriend to not be fucking right now, loser?
#25 by Greg
2005-08-01 17:06:34
Hugin was lazy. His topic needed to have links to all 3 things, maybe even pretty naked people eating ice cream in flying cars. C'est la vie.

こんにちは
#26 by Hugin
2005-08-01 17:11:20
lmccain@nber.org
I thought it would be more, you know, user content driven.

Here, I'll start you off. Imagine the sand is a flying car.
#27 by Greg
2005-08-01 17:20:49
Unfortunately I no longer have the privacy to look at NSFW images.

こんにちは
#28 by Caryn
2005-08-01 17:21:29
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
Since Hugin brought this up a while back...

Richard Roeper on the new Dove ads:

Chunky women in their underwear have surrounded my house.

Billboards of chunky women, that is. If you've been downtown lately, you've no doubt noticed the ads for Dove soap, featuring regular-sized women in bras and panties. It's part of a nationwide "Campaign for Real Beauty," and it's drawing waves of attention from the media. (For a major debate on this issue that's sure to sever some friendships in our Features Department, check out Pages 44-45.)

There's no doubt the ads are attention-getting. Let's put it this way: this is the first time in 3,000-plus columns that I've ever mentioned Dove soap.

Now here's where I'm supposed to say that I find it refreshing to see "real people" on billboards, given that our culture is so obsessed with youth and beauty, and that most billboards feature impossibly gorgeous, ridiculously thin women who have been airbrushed to a level of perfection that 99.9 percent of the population can never reach.

But the raw truth is, I find these Dove ads a little unsettling. If I want to see plump gals baring too much skin, I'll go to Taste of Chicago, OK? I'll walk down Michigan Avenue or go to Navy Pier. When we're talking women in their underwear on billboards outside my living room windows, give me the fantasy babes, please.


It's cute how he thinks the ads are for him to look at. Oh, no, wait -- it's dumb.

Current novel status: 8700 words
#29 by Warren Marshall
2005-08-01 17:26:00
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
billboards outside my living room windows,

That's one of the best arguments against living in a big city that I've ever heard.

#30 by Hugin
2005-08-01 17:39:58
lmccain@nber.org
Enh, Roeper can speak for himself.  I quite enjoy looking at the women in that ad.
#31 by TheTrunkDr.
2005-08-01 18:56:41
An attempt to get this thread back on topic.

I SAID PURPLE, BITCH!
#32 by Marsh Davies
2005-08-01 18:59:57
www.verbalchilli.com
Whilst I agree that both Richard Roeper is an idiot and that those women are hardly objectionable, the adverts do annoy me because their "everywoman" thing doesn't really relate to their product. If they were selling clothing, and wanted to emphasise that they had clothing to fit every shape of person then it would make sense. But what's stopping a chubber using skin-cream?

"Real women have curves!" That's great. So...?

#33 by Marsh Davies
2005-08-01 19:02:36
www.verbalchilli.com
Before someone points out that most adverst are as, if not more, illogical: I know. They annoy me too.

#34 by Jibble
2005-08-01 19:09:32
"Mrs. Lipstein I'm afraid I have some bad news, the tumor is malignant. I'm afraid you only have 6 months to live."

"Oh My God!"

Got Milk?

SANTAK, BANKOROK, TOMATO!
222 lbs.  42 to go.
#35 by Matt Perkins
2005-08-01 19:17:49
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
The Dove adds are genius.  They have generated so much talk on TV, radio and newspaper that whatever they paid for them, it was a damn fine buy.

Also, I like the billboards...sure, it's nice to see non "I'm dying, look at me" type (i.e. - models) in the pictures.  Mainly because I like looking at those types much better.  :)

"Of course, libertarians are a special breed because they can't explain their beliefs to anyone, even each other, without sounding like batshit crazy lunatics." - Shadarr
#36 by Penguinx
2005-08-01 19:18:43
Even though it is a calculated marketing move, I suppose it's positive aspects are still valid.

"Cablanasian... wha de fack is that??? das wha jesus was?" - larafan
#37 by TheTrunkDr.
2005-08-01 19:19:53
It's cute how he thinks the ads are for him to look at.

Uh, they are for him (and everyone) to look at, that's why they're there. I don't see anything wrong with him saying he doesn't find them attractive and would prefer to look at his "fantasy girl."

I SAID PURPLE, BITCH!
#38 by TheTrunkDr.
2005-08-01 19:25:16
Just for the record, I don't share Mr. Roeper's opinion.

I SAID PURPLE, BITCH!
#39 by anaqer
2005-08-01 19:46:54
They're ads FFS. Who cares about those anyway?

........
#40 by Warren Marshall
2005-08-01 19:52:12
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Who cares about those anyway?

Why can't ads/marketing be interesting to people?

#41 by Ashiran
2005-08-01 19:55:45
Can I see one? I think I know them already but seeing the average span of women in the USA is somewhat larger then over here I would like to make sure it's the same add before I start voicing my opinion about it in  a single sentance that is way too long already and could really use some interpunction lest it drives the reader insane to the point of a cataclysmic brain hemorage that will spray the nearby curtains red with blood.

Nihil nequit.
#42 by gaggle
2005-08-01 19:59:05
Ads fill what is most likely a tremendously positive position in our society, but ah.. yeah, I ignore them all day long. Don't care for or about them at all. After having experienced all the horrible popups and in-your-face stupid ads from TV I think I now react negativly to any ad. It's not a small reason why I like to download entertainment, and it's in particular why I don't listen to radio anymore. I'm not alone in feeling that way?...

"Roses are red, violets are blue. In Soviet Russia, poems write you" - bash.org
#43 by Warren Marshall
2005-08-01 20:02:07
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
You don't have to like them to be interested in/talk about them.

#44 by gaggle
2005-08-01 20:06:34
I was actually trying to talk about them. Or.. well maybe talk is not the right word.. I.. I wanted to Planetcrap about them. Which is to say spew forth my opinions on any random subject and see how high the baitometer they go.

"Roses are red, violets are blue. In Soviet Russia, poems write you" - bash.org
#45 by Hugin
2005-08-01 20:07:20
lmccain@nber.org
If something is interesting I'll talk about it.  Movie, TV show, book, even advertisement.  Paying attention to an ad doesn't immediately suck away my soul.
#46 by Penguinx
2005-08-01 20:13:17
I found a PDF that contained every Playboy centerfold from the start to sometime in the 2000's the other day. I was using it as a reference for a UAC that I started to paint over the weekend and its pages reinforced my already stated opinion that the standard of beauty by which we judge women today is borked. The earliest spreads featured, in my opinion, the prettiest women. Curvy, real, but still above average in terms of their, erm, endowments.

"Cablanasian... wha de fack is that??? das wha jesus was?" - larafan
#47 by Jibble
2005-08-01 20:17:59
gaggle, there's a reason I pay extra each month for satellite radio.

Speaking of commercials, has anyone seen the TV ad for "Urine Gone"?  It's a ridiculously long ad and it's probably one of the funniest things I've ever seen.  There's scenes with a dog running around a room and rolling on stuff.  They've made those after-process yellow highlighter marks all over the furniture and carpet.  Then they pull out the UV light and show urine in the shower, urine on the plant pots, URINE EVERYWHERE!

I was waiting for a jingle, but sadly there was none, so I made one up:

"If you've got stuff that's been peed on,
don't you worry, there's Urine Gone!"

So yes, advertisements really can have a positive impact on society.

SANTAK, BANKOROK, TOMATO!
222 lbs.  42 to go.
#48 by Jibble
2005-08-01 20:18:49
Px, I know you're going to upload that to the UAC server and link it on the Wiki.

SANTAK, BANKOROK, TOMATO!
222 lbs.  42 to go.
#49 by Penguinx
2005-08-01 20:25:44
When I get home, sure. My ISP was down this morning and much of last night which was when I wanted to upload it.

"Cablanasian... wha de fack is that??? das wha jesus was?" - larafan
#50 by Matt Perkins
2005-08-01 20:30:57
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
The earliest spreads featured, in my opinion, the prettiest women. Curvy, real, but still above average in terms of their, erm, endowments.

This is very true.  Sadly enough.

"Of course, libertarians are a special breed because they can't explain their beliefs to anyone, even each other, without sounding like batshit crazy lunatics." - Shadarr
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