I just realized, one of my Clock Day flashes made it into the collection of 2011 clock day movies. :)
At 8/20/11 06:50 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At 8/19/11 05:56 PM, Haggard wrote:
Shall we just have a Cannibal Corpse debate then? :P
At 8/19/11 08:04 AM, Bahamut wrote:
I don't blame you. They never pushed themselves hard with their musical capabilities. If anything, they're more repetitive than DragonForce. However, I will say that Eaten Back to Life is a decent record and after that it's just a song or two from each album. This is why they need a compilation album.In my opinion they earn they are the worst band ever (except for Manowar who are non-competitive :P )
Not much to say about this, I'm afraid. Except for this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2PzagXsD 0Y
Well, I'll be sure to bring Battle Hymns with me.
But... I'm making you listen to Manowar.It's the price I would gladly pay if you'd ever make it to my birthday party. :P
All right. So, you are coming next year? ^^
That would be the day.
He really should, you know.And so should Ultor.
Indeed. Idiot-Finder could leave as well.
Maybe you're not but Dratini is still cute.
I think I'll cuddle a Dratini now.I'm not into Pokemon.
Not as cute as Bub or Bob.
At 8/20/11 04:57 PM, Auz wrote:
At 8/19/11 02:52 PM, Haggard wrote:
It's probably the most quotable phrase of the Alice in Wonderland book.
At 8/18/11 06:25 PM, Auz wrote:
"They're dreadfully fond of beheading people there; the great wonder is, that there's any one left alive!"Haha, yeah. I just like the phrase "off with their heads". It's so... catchy.
I never read the original book. I only saw the Disney movie (which is awesome, by the way) and the Tim Burton movie. Oh, and I played that Alice game that came out on PC a few years ago.
Yeah, you see? The German grammar really fucked me over when I was in second grade of high school. Well... I didn't do too well on French and Latin grammar either actually :p
Oh I see, I see. I looked it up and it did say Verliese, but plural with an N seemed more logical to me (cause in Dutch it's also usually an extra 'en' or 'n' for the plural).I thought for quite a while how plurals are formed in german. It has something to do with the article and then there are a few forms. "-e", "-er", "umlaut" (like "Vater" -> "Väter"), "-(e)n" and "s". Wow, now I begin to realize why german is such a hard language to learn.
Don't worry, most germans (that includes me, I'm afraid) don't know shit about grammar. :P
It looks like there was a film about about a decade back?
The Little Vampire? Doesn't ring any bells here.Too bad.
At first there where books, then there was a TV series. I didn't even know about the film.
Oh right. But it seems to be more rock than metal.
But isn't that genre called "Glamour Rock"?Yes. Another name is "Hair Metal".
Well yeah. Metal is a broad field.
Perhaps Arnold can?
"Oh there it is, in the front pocket, next to the med kit, C4 explosives, machine guns and my trustworthy swiss knife."I think in Resident Evil 2 (maybe 1 as well) the bazooka took up two spots in the inventory. But still I don't know how the hell the characters would carry it around. ^^
Yeah, but at least you can see all the weapons he's carrying. In video games, most of the time you only see the weapon that's currently equipped.
They'd probably call it a 'family car'.
Oh yeah I do think they do that. Like... rate caravans and all. Kinda like how they rate cars ("this one is modestly priced and is very child friendly.")Ha. I have yet to see a car magazine that rates cars for their "child friendlyness".
Yeah, but whenever I happen to zap into a show about cars it's mostly about sports cars.
It doesn't look like it when I google search.
I have no idea. Maybe it went bankrupt?Or maybe the belgians have a station called RTL 3.
Yeah, the station just seems to be missing. Also, I had to laugh about the word "verkocht". In german it means something like "overcooked", as in "The pasta is overcooked. The noodles are all much too soft!"
All the right ingredients for a good B-movie :p
Well he IS an ex-CIA agent of course, and martial arts expert, and his old partner betrayed him, and they kidnapped his wife and his daughter, and he has to deal with his past...Sound totally plausible to me.
But Steven is only a D-actor at best.
That would explain the WHOOOOOOOO-ing when Christina Applegate comes on stage.
Hehe, you think they could get them to watch hundreds of episodes live?Well, if they where inmates in a prison...
Oh yeah. Good thing they didn't show it in a female prison, then.
Lol, so they don't take pauses but there is still some laughter? Isn't the fake audience laughing through the dialogues then?
Yeah. But they still add pauses then? Or do they cut those out?It was never taped in front of a live audience, so no need to stop there.
I don't know. I never watched the show with a laughing track. XD
Indeed, she does :pBut I always liked Peg better. XD
But you have to admit that Katey Sagal still looks very nice. Even at age 57.
I like that neighbour even better than Peg.
I never liked Marcy when I was younger. But I was watching some episodes on youtube lately and I have to admit that she looks pretty cute in some of the episodes.
*starts tossing chairs*
That should take care of it.
*hides away backstage*
Seriously? So you didn't learn anything at all about how the German tribes fended of Caesars troops and how Germany was so divided in the middle ages?
At the time when Germany still consisted of hundreds of little kingdoms?Well, the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation existed until 1871, then the German Reich was founded. Wilhelm II. of Würtemberg was King from 1891 to 1918.
But my historical knowledge of Germany starts with 1933 and ends with 1945. 13 years in school and all I ever learned about Germany was how the Third Reich was founded and how it ended (and everything in between). It's a real shame.
No, not really. We had something about the cold war during my last years in school. That was very refreshening.
And what about German scientists and composers? That should be interesting topics.
Not really stuff you'd learn at history classes. But of course we read many german writes in german classes, especially in the "Deutsch Leistungskurs" (I guess explaining the german school system would take too long, but in the Oberstufe or sixth form you chose two Leistungskurse, and then you have 4 lessons in that subject during the week instead of the usual 2). "Faust" is an amazing book.