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 on: Today at 20:21 
Started by BenRG - Last post by Gyrre
So Winslow has his 'Certified City Slicker' card.  :-P To be fair, the scorpions could have caused some problems.

I wonder if being kicked by a yak is worse than being kicked by a horse? I haven't been kicked by either.


EDIT: I'm no country boy, but I've got the good sense not to stand behind a large ungulate.
EDIT 2: typo fix

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 on: Today at 19:56 
Started by BenRG - Last post by St.Clair
Winslow, you can't be poisoned by snakes or scorpions, you big baby.

If he's like Atomic Robo, then the issue isn't of being poisoned, but simply having bugs inside him, potentially getting their squishy crunchy bug guts into his workings/components.

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 on: Today at 19:47 
Started by BenRG - Last post by OldGoat
I finally cast my vote for Roko's pet.  Specifically, a budgie, one with an extensive vocabulary of vile language, delivered in several accents, including South Boston.  Perhaps to include, "My name is Andy Jackson* and I'm a dirty son-of-a-bitch!"



*Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the United States, is a controversial figure.  Among his claims to (in)fame are his short fuse and spectacular bursts of anger.  His beloved pet parrot seemed to have picked up certain language from his owner. 
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Contemporary accounts suggest that the parrot, agitated by the crowds attending Jackson’s funeral at his home in 1845, launched into a profane tirade while surrounded by mourners.  Later, funeral attendee Rev. William Menefee Norment wrote, “Before the sermon and while the crowd was gathering, a wicked parrot that was a household pet, got excited and commenced swearing so loud and long as to disturb the people and had to be carried from the house.”

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 on: Today at 19:39 
Started by BenRG - Last post by Case
Winslow, you can't be poisoned by snakes or scorpions, you big baby.

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 on: Today at 19:09 
Started by BenRG - Last post by DashaBlade
Comic's up!

So, one person's breakthrough is another person's insides full of scorpions, I guess.

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 on: Today at 18:54 
Started by Pilchard123 - Last post by Blue Kitty

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 on: Today at 18:35 
Started by DrPhibes - Last post by Blue Kitty
Yeah, Megamind was an underrated gem of a movie. It's weird to think that it and How to Train Your Dragon came out in the same year, and yet we have a bunch of Madagascar and Ice Age movies but only one of Megamind


I just watched Happy Death Day and happy Death Day 2 U in pretty much one sitting. Both are very good, you'll be a little lost without watching the first one but it catches you up pretty quick. But great horror/time travel shenanigans

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 on: Today at 18:09 
Started by BenRG - Last post by Penquin47
I suspect she'd appreciate being fixed.  No bloody mess to clean up for a few days every month.  And really, I cannot see her handling pregnancy or birth well, or babies/small children and the mess and germs that go along with them.  If she does want to be a mother, I can see her adopting an older child to avoid having to deal with diapers.

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 on: Today at 16:41 
Started by Method of Madness - Last post by Tova
I don't know whether it fits because I haven't watched it, but Jessica Jones springs to mind.

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 on: Today at 12:54 
Started by BenRG - Last post by hedgie
Well, there isn't much meat for curing, and I don't know what her opinion of being fixed would be.

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