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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 03:49:52 Reply

Orphan was indeed a really good movie that completely takes advantage of your expectations for what you think the film is about. Very very good stuff.

That's about all I got for now.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 05:19:27 Reply

So out of shape...

For some reason I decided to buy EA active for the wii... god the pain...

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 09:48:56 Reply

At 8/3/09 10:11 PM, Proteas wrote:
At 8/1/09 03:16 AM, Ravariel wrote: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouZQ7rgAq -I&feature=channel
Hm... not familiar with them. Sounds good, I'll have to look into it.

They have another singer, as well, who I don't like as much. You can hear her here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqwH_3waN gg&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rHTY03_M co&feature=channel
Completely under-rated singers, both of them. Cristina Scabbia doesn't get the props she's due as a singer (in my mind), but Lacey Mosley doesn't seem like a good fit for that band... case in point.

Scabbia's awesome. She did one of the best tracks on the new Apocalyptica album SOS (Anything But Love). And the fact that she can do that yodel from Our Truth at the end of a concert without cracking? Amazing. Flyleaf I like a bit less... maybe she should be in a better band that could stretch her musically and become an amazing vocalist... but I kinda like the punky metal vibe they have going on.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdZn7k5rZ LQ
Meh. Anette Olzon does an alright job in that band, but I'm a bigger fan of Tarja Turunen.

Tarja is definitely the better vocalist, hands down. That said, the entire Dark Passion Play album is fuggin amazing. On most of the other albums there's a few tracks that bore me. I could listen to the new one for hours (and have).

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I need to watch more Anime. Yep, definitly need to watch more anime.

Ghost in the Shell is a good place to start. Watch the first movie first, then both Stand Alone Complex series, then Innocence and Solid State Society. They're all absolutely beautiful, with ridiculously deep and complex stories (to a fault... they're kinda difficult to understand because of all the political maneuvering and stuff). The first movie is probably one of the most gorgeous things I've ever seen, the opening scene, the one where she's chasing the puppet in the camo suit and later when she tears open the tank are visually astonishing. And the movie was made almost 15 years ago, before the golden age of CGI.

Evidence. Semi-nsfw.

I'm as much a fan of female singers as I am a fan of Gothic and Orchestral Metal. Guys who actually CAN sing over orchestral music are the shit, in my mind. The best example I can find of this at the moment would be ICS Vortex of Dimmu Borgir.

You should check out Hansi Kursch from Blind Guardian. This guy has the most amazing voice I've ever heard in metal.

Exhibit A.
Exhibit B.

He does get a bit overcomplicated in the studio, though. A lot of A Night at the Opera they can't do live because of all the vocal layering he did in the studio.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 14:19:15 Reply

At 8/4/09 05:19 AM, Tri-Nitro-Toluene wrote: So out of shape...

For some reason I decided to buy EA active for the wii... god the pain...

Now, this may sound silly, but I honestly don´t think the Wii is intended for exercise. And I don´t think exercise is intended for people, in general, and gamers, in particular either.

I´m not gonna say that you should´ve let the Active side of you lie, but I would really like to imply that if you HAD, you would be significantly more comfortable right now.

Also. I think I have a Stand Alone Complex DVD lying around somewhere. The first time I watched it I got pleasure shiverings. It was THAT good. Well, it was either that, or a declinine in temperature caused my goosebumps. Either way, I think it´s safe to assume that the entire Ghost in the Shell series is one of the "higher end" animes...

Innocence DID bother me slightly, mainly because it was rather gloomy and dark, but other than that, it was pretty darn beautiful.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 16:52:20 Reply

At 8/3/09 08:55 PM, stafffighter wrote: Ok, Ill put that on the list with the hangover and transformers two. It's been too long since I saw a movie at the theater. As a film lover I'm sure you know the feeling

Never saw hangover (it's something that wouldn't interest me...)
But I love thriller and horror.

And I got a lot of expectations. But at the same time, I'm not so relentless... it is pretty hard to work with movie studios, directors, writers, etc--

That little 10 minute play I did... even the choice of cast wasn't what I expected. They way they performed it wasn't what I would agree on, and the way they improvised and removed a few lines.

But it's like a trade off too... both sides can't have what they want and so-- have your reservations-- but don't forget to have fun either.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 17:09:10 Reply

At 8/2/09 06:01 PM, fli wrote: San Jose is a unique in that it's a city... but a tiny city, which still has some pockets of agriculture. On the East Side, there is a vineyard and a winery! I didn't even know it existed until 6 years ago. And then there is a farm that sells actual raw milk (although, it's sells goat milk.)

I heard that raw milk keeps the proteins and minerals that is destroyed by pasteurisation and tastes much better than the homogenised gunk you get in the supermarket.

The bitch must die...
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She actually looks good with short hair instead of her usual baldness.

She must live.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 18:23:35 Reply

For some reason, I didn't care for Stand Alone Complex. Not sure why. Maybe subconsciously I felt they shouldn't mess with a good thing?

If you want to see something visually beautiful, one of my new favorite animes, Hell Girl, is amazing in that regard. The Japanese title is Jigoku Shoujo. I refuse to watch it on anything other than a big screen. The scenery is that gorgeous in parts. However, my boyfriend doesn't want to watch the series because he finds it too depressing.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 20:09:33 Reply

At 8/4/09 09:48 AM, Ravariel wrote: They have another singer, as well, who I don't like as much. You can hear her here.

They're both pretty decent in my mind.

Evidence. Semi-nsfw.

I'm familiar with the Ghost-in-the-Shell series, I need to get my hands on a copy of it to watch. I lved watching Stand-Alone-Complex back when it was on Adult Swim. I wasn't able to follow the storyline much because I wasn't familiar with the background of the show, but it was interesting none-the-less.

You should check out Hansi Kursch from Blind Guardian. This guy has the most amazing voice I've ever heard in metal.

Hansi Kursch does an all right job. I'll give him props for that.

At 8/4/09 06:23 PM, RydiaLockheart wrote: Hell Girl

Will definitely be checking that one out.

I watched a few episodes of "Oh My Goddess! The Adventures of Mini-Goddess" a while back, and I need to find that again. I'm not familiar with the original series itself, but to see a series where the main characters are in chibi form the whole way through? That's funny as all hell. That, and Excel Saga, love that series.

I'm a goofball in real life, not a brooding maniac, people.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 20:50:13 Reply

Going to be in NYC for a week or two.

Being the Madison Avenue Man.

Pics will be soon when I come back.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 21:16:29 Reply

I liked the first Ghost in the Machine movie for being imaginative and intelligent, but the second movie and the subsequent series was just over kill. It's way to intellectual to follow through without forgetting the entertainment value. Although, there were a few episodes that I really liked... like the episode about those cute little tach-comas (not spelled correctly... phonetic spelling) exploring the possibility that they are truly sentient beings.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 21:21:23 Reply

At 8/4/09 08:50 PM, BrianEtrius wrote: Going to be in NYC for a week or two.

Being the Madison Avenue Man.

Pics will be soon when I come back.

Crap...
was gonna ask you to pick up broadway tickets for me... Osage County. Would had given you one too...

Have a nice trip.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-04 22:13:31 Reply

At 8/4/09 09:16 PM, fli wrote: like the episode about those cute little tach-comas (not spelled correctly... phonetic spelling) exploring the possibility that they are truly sentient beings.

I didn't get to see that one, but I saw one episode where they were prominently featured (episode 4 of the second season), and I laughed hysterically.

Dead serious series, nobody smiles or laughs... there's a couple of big mechas running around with schoolgirl voices, and they start going, "So the airplane is on autopilot? Maybe the plane's AI is tired and doesn't want to work today."

"Wait... we've got to do what? Draw their fire? Is it to late to call out sick?! I have a tummy ache!"


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-05 02:28:00 Reply

who knew such a good time could be had on a make-shift bed. and, in keeping with the subject of lack of shape (all right; maybe its not a current subject, but i noticed it as i browsed), i will be feeling it tomorrow.

there should be a happy, beat-up smiley.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-05 08:27:18 Reply

Tachikomas are awesome... I only wish their little Omake theater bits at the end of the shows had been translated in the version I saw. Their growth throughout the series is one of the most underrated aspects of the whole thing... they basically grow from robots who parrot humans to learning to be self-aware and have wants and needs and figure out motivations and question the nature of their existence... it's really quite a remarkable sub-plot. Intellectual all while being very cute and very very funny.

Innocence is VERY dark and depressing, but visually stunning. I can also see where people might think the series sacrificed entertainment value for obtuse intellectualism, and hold it against the show, but I watch plenty of pure entertainment series... having just one be really smart... even if it gets a bit overbearing, is refreshing to me.

ANother amazing series for the anime fans out there is Vision of Escaflowne. Quite possibly the best animated television series ever made. I say that with no sarcasm or overstatement. It is a single season, 26 episodes, and there isn't a single moment of filler in the entire thing. It's like a 13-hour movie. Every character, even minor ones you only see for a couple episodes, is sympathetic. Every one, from the heroes to the villains have rational motivations... even noble ones. Noone is all good or all bad, everyone has nuance and you like every single one (even if you also hate them). I cannot recommend the series enough.

Interesting side note: Yoko Kanno, the one who did the GitS: SAC music sampled earlier, who also did Cowboy Bebop (she's in the red jacket), also did the music for Escaflowne. Example. (scenes there are from the movie, not the tv show... the two are only marginally related and while the movie is good, it doesn't come close to the show) As you can see, three completely different styles in the three shows, all the same composer. She's one of the most impressive and versatile musicians I listen to.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-05 23:55:18 Reply

I joined a gym that has flat screen TVs with cable built into each machine.

I ran on the treadmill while watching Star Trek.

I got some weird looks but I don't care.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 00:16:42 Reply

At 8/5/09 11:55 PM, SevenSeize wrote: I joined a gym that has flat screen TVs with cable built into each machine.

I ran on the treadmill while watching Star Trek.

I got some weird looks but I don't care.

i'm not sure its advisable to run while in the presence of Shatner without an adequate sport's bra.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 00:38:19 Reply

At 8/6/09 12:16 AM, SolInvictus wrote:
At 8/5/09 11:55 PM, SevenSeize wrote: I joined a gym that has flat screen TVs with cable built into each machine.

I ran on the treadmill while watching Star Trek.

I got some weird looks but I don't care.
i'm not sure its advisable to run while in the presence of Shatner without an adequate sport's bra.

Apparently the fellas who occupy the gym don't share our love and admiration for William Shatner.

They were watching Nascar.

Star Trek PWNS Nascar.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 08:43:03 Reply

At 8/6/09 12:38 AM, SevenSeize wrote: Star Trek PWNS Nascar.

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Watching a well endowed female run on a tread mill, while watching anything, pounds startrek & nascar !

This is of course a personal opinion.


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 09:06:53 Reply

At 8/6/09 12:38 AM, SevenSeize wrote: They were watching Nascar.

You were running on a treadmill and they more interested in Nascar than they were in you?

What crazy town do you live in?

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 14:59:02 Reply

This is my first post here... and i have absolutely no clue what this thread is about...
so ummm yeah... Hi!


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At 8/6/09 02:59 PM, MissingNYC wrote: This is my first post here...

Evening, my good man!

and i have absolutely no clue what this thread is about...

Everything beneath the sky - and anything beyond the sky too, for that matter.

so ummm yeah... Hi!

Why hello there! I hope you enjoy it here!


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 15:56:47 Reply

lol hey everyone sorry I haven't been posting I have been working out with my neighbor (who Is a 2 degree black belt) and I have been doing push ups and and running and biking, lifting weights. he does like 300 push ups on those Perfect Push-Ups (made by some marine) and he can bike like 50 miles a day its crazy.
The other day him and I biked the Red River Bike Trail (its like 15 to 20 miles) and he gave me all kinds of challenges man was I tired after that 160 push ups the in the last week we Ran 15 miles. I can't believe how in shape I am you should se


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At 8/6/09 02:59 PM, MissingNYC wrote: This is my first post here... and i have absolutely no clue what this thread is about...
so ummm yeah... Hi!

May you contribute more posts to this thread.


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At 8/6/09 08:43 AM, morefngdbs wrote: This is of course a personal opinion.

Yeah, but you have to be discreet about watching a woman in public... especially at the gym, where people (women in particular) are their most self-conscious. Big flouncing boobs are nice to look at, but stare and you might get slugged.

Which is why I'm an ass-man.

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Okay, this is weird.

My mother decided to kill two birds with one stone today, and she bought me a new monitor. Why, I don't know, my old one wasn't defective... but my mother deemed it so because of how my neice infamously took and scratched it a few months back (which I fixed with no difficulties). So she bought me a new monitor, and had me give my old one to my brother for use with his laptop (the monitor on his being dead from where he dropped it accidentally).

The only thing; the new monitor she bought me is a widescreen. So I went from 1024_768 to 1366_768.

My wallpaper looks odd now.

NSWF-ish.

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At 8/6/09 07:46 PM, Proteas wrote: Image troubles

Shouldn´t you be able to adjust that stuff so it displays correctly pretty easily? By right-clicking on your "lady" you should be able to select the option "Adjust" and thusly choose how the image will be displayed;

- With minimal disfiguration regarding the images ACTUAL size
- The image will reach all edges of the screen, but may become distorted
- In a "puzzle" style that sets the image to repeat after the image ends

Was that unclear? Don´t worry, I´m sure someone else will come along and explain this better than I could if I was "fuzzy" :P

If that doesn´t help you, then I think it´s safe to assume you need a bigger background image :P

Also. I´ve seen that chick somewhere, but where?


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At 8/6/09 08:36 PM, zephiran wrote: Shouldn´t you be able to adjust that stuff so it displays correctly pretty easily? By right-clicking on your "lady" you should be able to select the option "Adjust" and thusly choose how the image will be displayed;

I was able to set the display configuration correctly; I'm currently running 1366_768, where my wallpaper was still 1024_768. So that black is about 342 pixels of empty space from where the image did was kept in it's right proportions. I took care of that in mspaint with little difficulties, but finding wallpaper from here on out will be a challenge.

- The image will reach all edges of the screen, but may become distorted

That's originally what my screen looked like when I plugged it in, everything was stretched horizontally until I installed the drivers.

Also. I´ve seen that chick somewhere, but where?

4chan's /e/ board? That's where I got it from. They had an NSFW wallpaper thread last week, and I snagged it from there.

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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 21:42:20 Reply

At 8/6/09 07:46 PM, Proteas wrote: Which is why I'm an ass-man.

Hey-- we've got something in common...
;-{P

I don't think gay people can be categorized as being as ass-men (ass-women) or anything like that... I like highly masculinized men... and we (gay men, not lesbians) got categories such as bears, twinks, daddy, fem, TV, etc... But breast-men? Ass-men? Legs-men?

Not sure...

Although, I like guys with nice shoulders, nice backs, and nice arms...
And I've attracted some guys who've been into legs, ass, and widows peaks...

widow's peaks... I kid you not. Something about draculas being sexy...
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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-06 22:13:57 Reply

At 8/6/09 08:43 AM, morefngdbs wrote:
At 8/6/09 12:38 AM, SevenSeize wrote: Star Trek PWNS Nascar.
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Watching a well endowed female run on a tread mill, while watching anything, pounds startrek & nascar !

This is of course a personal opinion.

I find I am the least attractive all day when Im at the gym. Especially when I do the calorie burning program. Sets the incline to like 7 and the speed to around 4.
I end up sweaty and not pretty looking.

At 8/6/09 09:06 AM, Tri-Nitro-Toluene wrote:
At 8/6/09 12:38 AM, SevenSeize wrote: They were watching Nascar.
You were running on a treadmill and they more interested in Nascar than they were in you?

What crazy town do you live in?

Nascar is serious business to some people.

At 8/6/09 02:59 PM, MissingNYC wrote: This is my first post here... and i have absolutely no clue what this thread is about...
so ummm yeah... Hi!

It's for people who hang out in the politics forum. Occasionally we have cake and add funny captions to pictures of Proteas' cats.

At 8/6/09 03:56 PM, Dante-Son-Of-Sparda wrote: lol hey everyone sorry I haven't been posting I have been working out with my neighbor (who Is a 2 degree black belt) and I have been doing push ups and and running and biking, lifting weights. he does like 300 push ups on those Perfect Push-Ups (made by some marine) and he can bike like 50 miles a day its crazy.

It's been at least 7 years since I stopped powerlifting, and yet today, I drove to a dumpster, picked a huge table up over my head, and threw it up and over into said dumpster. I was proud of myself.

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At 8/6/09 10:13 PM, SevenSeize wrote: It's been at least 7 years since I stopped powerlifting, and yet today, I drove to a dumpster, picked a huge table up over my head, and threw it up and over into said dumpster. I was proud of myself.

All I had in my head was you driving around aimlessly all day looking for large items to throw into dumpsters.

It's been a few years since I've been in sports and I feel like I want to play soccer and I pretend (in my head) that i'm really good at it or that I can still run a 5:15 mile


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Response to - The Regulars Lounge Thread - 2009-08-07 00:01:08 Reply

At 8/6/09 09:42 PM, fli wrote: widow's peaks... I kid you not. Something about draculas being sexy...

not sure if i have anything draculaish about me, but i have a widows peak and i'm not against biting...


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