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July 20th 2004, 05:23 CEST by Squeaky

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#1 by VeeSPIKE
2004-07-20 05:24:15
who voted for this??

The media doesn't educate, it sensationalizes. That's why there's no learning curve, just repeated bouts of gross stupidity. Bailey
#2 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 05:27:43
I voted no. So no blaming the waddling one.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#3 by BobJustBob
2004-07-20 05:28:54
Me.

Dood.
#4 by BobJustBob
2004-07-20 05:31:19
So, did anyone else watch The Grid? They had the most annoying thing ever. At the beginning of every single commercial break, literally 1 second after the show segment ended, OMG SPOILARS. They had commercials for individual segments of the show. "Coming up next" and then spoilers of what you were going to be watching in the next 10 minutes. Fucking assholes. It was just pathetic, like begging you to please not change the channel.

Dood.
#5 by Shadarr
2004-07-20 05:33:49
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
WTF is The Grid?
#6 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 05:42:33
Never heard of it either. Sounds like a cross between an excel spreadsheet and reality TV.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#7 by Squeaky
2004-07-20 05:51:20
Woah. I was just gonna pull this topic outta the bin, too.

"I'm really tired of hearing that eating a few too many pieces of broccoli is going to increase my risk of getting nose cancer." - Caryn
#8 by McBain
2004-07-20 05:52:07
I voted yes!  Fuck you all!

Fighting the war on weapons of mass destruction-related program activity.
#9 by Squeaky
2004-07-20 05:52:44
So, where the fuck are all you lurkers?

"I'm really tired of hearing that eating a few too many pieces of broccoli is going to increase my risk of getting nose cancer." - Caryn
#10 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 05:54:08
I say most of them registered and were immediately hit by buses.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#11 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 05:57:39
What I find interesting is that a whole lot of 'em bothered to upload avatars and then never post. That's kinda strange.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#12 by Qmanol
2004-07-20 06:02:20
I'm a lurker. Mostly because I never really have anything worth saying. Not that that's any different from some of the regulars mind...

"Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day, but set fire to him and he's warm for the rest of his life."
 -- (Terry Pratchett, Jingo)
#13 by Squeaky
2004-07-20 06:02:59
#11 Penguinx
What I find interesting is that a whole lot of 'em bothered to upload avatars and then never post. That's kinda strange.

There are quite a few names in that list with avatars that no longer post here, or were one off 'joke' accounts.

"I'm really tired of hearing that eating a few too many pieces of broccoli is going to increase my risk of getting nose cancer." - Caryn
#14 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-20 06:09:57
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
Morten Torgerhaug aka MoNo is my favorite lurker.  I see his name in the "online users" list from time to time, but I don't think I've ever seen him post.  I gave him a random `sup in another thread yesterday, but I failed to draw him out.

COME ON MORTEN TORGERGAUG AKA MoNo, POST YOU ASS FAG.

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#15 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-20 06:10:26
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
MORTEN TORGERHAUG AKA MONO I'M CALLING YOU OUT BITCH

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#16 by BobJustBob
2004-07-20 06:10:57
The Grid is TNT's new miniseries about terrorism. Starring Julianna 'ER' Marguiles and Dylan 'The Practice' McDermott. It was decent, but the "commercials for the show you're watching" thing was supremely annoying.

Dood.
#17 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-20 06:12:15
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
DOUG FREEMAN GET YOUR ASS IN THIS THREAD NOW BITCH

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#18 by BobJustBob
2004-07-20 06:12:31
It was somewhat like Friday night when I recorded the repeat of the Stargate Atlantis premiere, and caught a preview for the next week's episode before I'd seen the first week's.

Dood.
#19 by Squeaky
2004-07-20 06:16:02
Is it just me, or does stargate atlantis look even lamer than stargate sg-1?

"I'm really tired of hearing that eating a few too many pieces of broccoli is going to increase my risk of getting nose cancer." - Caryn
#20 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 06:16:43
What did you think of Stargate: Atlantis? I liked the movie, disliked SG1, and kinda dug the new series. A bit cheesy, but within the borders of acceptability for a made-for-basic-cable show.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#21 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 06:17:19
I don't think anything is lamer than Richard Dean Anderson.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#22 by Squeaky
2004-07-20 06:18:37
#21 Penguinx
I don't think anything is lamer than Richard Dean Anderson.

That was the only reason I watched SG1.

"I'm really tired of hearing that eating a few too many pieces of broccoli is going to increase my risk of getting nose cancer." - Caryn
#23 by Squeaky
2004-07-20 06:19:17
...and even though it's shot right here in Vancouver, I don't think they're showing Atlantis in Canada yet.

"I'm really tired of hearing that eating a few too many pieces of broccoli is going to increase my risk of getting nose cancer." - Caryn
#24 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 06:23:02
That Richard Dean Anderson was lame, or that he is a good actor worthy of your respect? Your reply is hazy. Please shake the magic 8 ball again.

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#25 by yukon dance fever
2004-07-20 06:23:29
Sexy young counter-terrorists wander around in dark blue-steel rooms talking to each other, yearning for meaningful relationships but frustrated by their commitment to the job, but still yearning for meaningful relationships and broom closets where they can grope each other while men in gas masks wander around in buildings topped with minarets, yearning for blonde women back home and remembering (through flashbacks with jittery lighting and fast editing) how they once had meaningful relationships and groped each other in bathtubs, surrounded by dozens of scented candles, not as attentive as they should have been to the fire hazard. Powerful drama. Could be The Grid. Could be SG1. Nobody knows.

pop quiz, hotshot: why does George Bailey allow Uncle Billy to live?
#26 by BobJustBob
2004-07-20 06:24:24
I hated the movie and was indifferent about SG-1. However, I rather enjoyed the recent season premieres of both Stargate shows. I think it's because the past couple of years have seen the cancellation of too many good shows, and my standards have now been lowered.

Dood.
#27 by Your Friend
2004-07-20 06:26:33
Terata's company is now bankrupt.

Haha, sucka!!

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#28 by Penguinx
2004-07-20 06:29:30
Why is it that all television sucks as soon as you allow your brain to actually examine the plot? Can't someone write a decent TV show? I used to like the Sopranos, Six Feet Under, and Nip/Tuck. However, the newest seasons of all three are worse than previous efforts.

How many times are we going to watch a season of the Sopranos where they introduce a character that causes conflit and kill said character later in the season without many other lasting effects? Richie, Jackie Jr, Ralphie, Tony's cousin Tony? Ugh... Try again.

Almost all the characters in Six Feet Under turned into unlikeable assholes. Claire is a pretentious fop, Nate is a fuck-up, Ruth has always been nuts, and Rico is a sleaze. The only characters that I can stand anymore are Keith and David.

Nip/Tuck has been really laying down the themed episodes a bit heavy-handed this season. It's like they pick a single topic and think that dealing with that one topic through every character in a single show isn't going to be as transparent as all get-out. And what's with the son, could he look more like Michael Jackson?

"We are survival machines - robot vehicles blindly programmed to preserve the selfish molecules known as genes. This is a truth which still fills me with astonishment." - Richard Dawkins
#29 by yukon dance fever
2004-07-20 06:35:31
Television sucks because it's non-stop soap opera. The genre "network" doesn't matter. It all comes from the same excrement pump.

pop quiz, hotshot: why does George Bailey allow Uncle Billy to live?
#30 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-20 06:47:19
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
Well, doug is no longer listed as being online, so I guess I failed to bring him into the fold, but I still have hope for Morten Torgerhaug (aka MoNo).

Don't let me down, buddy!

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#31 by Hugin
2004-07-20 06:52:44
lmccain@nber.org
Stargate Atlantis was okay.  The new big bads are cheesy, but they have some time to fix them.
#32 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-20 06:56:14
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
Doug is back online!  Don't leave me hanging, Doug!!  Come post in this thread, even if it's just to say `sup.

COME ON DOUG!!  I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT!!

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#33 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-20 06:58:54
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
Damn, he's gone again.  Either that or he got creeped out enabled the invisible option in his profile.

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#34 by Shadarr
2004-07-20 07:17:23
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
How many times are we going to watch a season of the Sopranos where they introduce a character that causes conflit and kill said character later in the season without many other lasting effects? Richie, Jackie Jr, Ralphie, Tony's cousin Tony? Ugh...


Thanks a lot.  Well, I'm off to return some DVDs.
#35 by UncleJeet
2004-07-20 09:01:45
So I'm thinking about upgrading again, which is a pain because it will have to involve a new motherboard, which also means new memory.  I'm pretty Intel loyal, but I'm considering going AMD this round because I keep hearing about how much faster and better their cpu's are, not to mention cheaper.  I suspect, however, that a lot of the worship I'm hearing is coming from people who couldn't afford a pricer Intel chip and therefore must spread the message of AMD superiority much like a Kia driver might sing the praises of their vehicle.  (Bear in mind that I'm speaking of personal friends and work associates here, as I have not yet done much research on my own.  One of the persons in question informed me that he plays Farcry on Low detail because 'you can't really tell any difference between low and ultra-high' - so you see....)

Anyway, I'm looking right now at a Pentium 4 3.0-3.4Ghz cpu, an Asus motherboard, and 1Gig of non-name-brand-ultra-trendy RAM.  A couple of really quick browsings on the net show that I could assemble this little package for right around 500 clams.  What would the AMD equivilant of this be, and how much would it cost?

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#36 by UncleJeet
2004-07-20 09:02:51
Oh, the $500 is for the 3.0Ghz option....

Will the real Jeet please stand up?
#37 by Dan
2004-07-20 09:11:55
dan@froglord.com
OMG SPOILARS!!!!!!!1111111one
#38 by Dan
2004-07-20 09:12:32
dan@froglord.com
Thanks, Jeet!
#39 by Your Friend
2004-07-20 09:13:29
AMD markets hardcore to the l33t case-mod crowd who then scream on forums about how great AMD chips are and how only idiots buy Intel.

Having used both, I've always been happier with Intel chips.  Yeah, they cost a a bit more, but I've always had greater stability with them -- which is really more a reflection of Intel's motherboard chipsets being superior rather than the CPUs being superior.  But in the end, does it matter? No. I've had better experience with Intel setups, and I'll stick with them in the future unless there is a compelling reason to change (saving $50 isn't a compelling reason).

Also, Hyperthreading is the bomb.  Anyone who says differently doesn't really do much with their computer.  Or is just stupid.

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#40 by Gossip
2004-07-20 09:28:16
gossip@planetjumpgate.com http://G-Blog.net/user/Gossip
#21 Penguinx:
I don't think anything is lamer than Richard Dean Anderson.

What? Don't you remember Airwolf? Cagney & Lacey? Or even William Fucking Shatner? WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU KIDS???!

I'm more super than you.
#41 by Gossip
2004-07-20 09:29:29
gossip@planetjumpgate.com http://G-Blog.net/user/Gossip
#9 Squeaky:
So, where the fuck are all you lurkers?


Here. And I voted for this frickin' topic. So there.

I'm more super than you.
#42 by m0nty
2004-07-20 09:46:29
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
That lazy fucker m0nty really needs to start writing topics again.

Fucker.
#43 by Mighty Florist
2004-07-20 10:30:53
mightyflorist@yahoo.com
We lurk. We don't post. That's the whole point of lurking.

Usually by the time I manage to catch up, the topic train is already pulling into BFE anyway. So double nyah.

Andy was right.
#44 by gaggle
2004-07-20 11:01:05
Hail Florist! All the other lurkers should treat him like their hero for steppin' up like that.
C'mon, a 'sup don't hurt noone...


Much television is crap, I'm onboard with that notion. I threw my TV into the basement and just download what I activly want to see. It acts as a strong filter for most of the crap out there.
Still, some of it is watchable.. hm, was watchable. I realise I can't use Buffy and Firefly as relevant series anymore.  ..shit, Coupling?
..uh, what was my point again?.. I guess there really aren't any good series around..
Richard Dean Anderson and certain seasons of SG-1 were wildely terrific though.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#45 by Gossip
2004-07-20 11:02:30
gossip@planetjumpgate.com http://G-Blog.net/user/Gossip
Coupling fucking rocks.

I'm more super than you.
#46 by KneeL
2004-07-20 11:15:46
neilharrott@hotmail.com Coming soon
Twin Peaks and Northern Exposure were the last quality Tv shows i ever had any interest in. Buffy and Angel were ok...But I do like Smallville (Dont flame me, it must be the senility setting in)

bad bald and back
#47 by KneeL
2004-07-20 11:17:00
neilharrott@hotmail.com Coming soon
Also, do you Yanks get to see Father Ted? An extremely funny sitcom based around three catholic priests. It must be showing somewhere over there....

bad bald and back
#48 by gaggle
2004-07-20 11:27:05
I actually like some of what I've seen of Smallville, but jesus I'm not sitting through several seasons just to catch up.

Father Ted is kinda old itn't it? I saw that.. years ago I think. Very high concentration of bri'ish humour. Kinda fun, and terribly unpolitically correct.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#49 by Gunp01nt
2004-07-20 11:32:22
supersimon33@hotmail.com
I saw Spiderman 2 yesterday. It was goodie goodie, but it needed more Kirsten Dunst in a wet t-shirt. And more Bruce Campbell.

There's something really strangely beautiful about Kirsten Dunst.

I want a horse that ribbits and a frog that neighs... oink oink oink
#50 by KneeL
2004-07-20 11:33:26
neilharrott@hotmail.com Coming soon
Thats the one. Loads of americans i talk to haven't seen it. The last season of smallville was cool. Very dark for its timeslot. Season ones not really worth it.

bad bald and back
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