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At 7/7/06 01:14 PM, Jagazaar wrote: Ummm, not meaning to split hairs or anything, but don't we already have the Official Video Gallery thread for this? Or did you know that and wanted to start afresh?
man this cat is so chill
At 12/16/12 10:59 AM, TheZanmato wrote: This is my first movie! I want to know your feedback... Please read the description also ;) Should I stay, or should I go?
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I really wanted to watch it.
At 8/16/12 07:05 PM, tox wrote:At 8/16/12 07:01 PM, saqwert wrote: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RloJxiQ2oUMwhere are humans bleeding heart for the millions of animals we slaughter every year for food production...
Oh, so now it isn't ok to have feelings when preventable events like this happen? We eat and use the products from the animals we kill in farms. That is how the food chain works you idiot. In this case, the police officer shot a dog in the head for no reason other than the fact that he was "scared." It was just a dog, and he easily could have dodged the dog or kicked it away if it really was going to attack. Seriously, grow a brain.
not sure if you guys have seen these videos. they are silly but are still fun to watch (i think)
in case you want to educate yourself and are interested in applied mathematics (in particular financial math) here is a documetary (they are long but certainly accessible to anyone)
^Just another nonsensical forum post.^
i just love the christopher walken through series. especially the sonic 2 episode.
Because it is highly amusing and may as well share it to those who haven't seen it.
I found the comment about the blanket being a cumrag was very insightful and profound.
At 1/30/13 05:10 PM, saqwert wrote: Meanwhile in China
Just another life ruined by FDR's policies.
The simple fact is that some people will never be happy, no matter how good their lives are.