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[TT] Happy Lock Day

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May 26, 2010 | 7:22 PM EDT

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The Trash Troupe are proud, okay not very proud, but enjoy presenting this sexual flash featuring three sexy and swell flashes featuring three sexy people:
- Hip Hop Harry
- Quentin Eggert from Pelswick
- Ord from DragonTales

To celebrate Lock Day, Hip Hop Harry will poop a candle for your birthday cake and Quentin and Ord provide homosexual entertainment for your viewing pleasure. They even got on their Lock Day threads on.

NOW LETS CELEBRATE LOCK DAY WITH A DOUBLE LOAD OF LEARNING FROM WIKIPEDIA

LEARN ABOUT THE LOCK LEGION
Courtesy of Wikigrounds instead of WIKIPEDIA
ITS AMAZING WHAT YOU CAN FIND ON WIKIPEDIA

The Lock Legion was created in 2003 by Strawberry Lock as a joke to annoy the Clock Crew, a well-established crew of animators on Newgrounds. They started with the animation SBL's Triumph submitted on the 24th of May 2003.

Notable Members
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(in alphabetical order)

* 8-Ball Lock - A former moderator, formerly known as Glock Lock.
* Anime Lock - Anime Lock is a face type lock who is often found placed in strange and awkward positions within flashes.
* Arm Lock - Former coder for the Lock Legion.
* Aubergine Lock - Aubergine is known for his work with the Cool Things series on Newgrounds. Aubergine is another word used for an Eggplant. Aubergine Lock is also the winner of 5 awards on Newgrounds.
* Clock Lock - Winner of two daily awards for her flashes.
# Cloud Lock - Based on the character from Final Fantasy. Cloud Lock was developed by the animator Wonchop.
# Coffee Lock - Moderator for LockLegion.com.
# Communist Lock - Known also as Two Star, of the Star Syndicate, Communist is known for being a strict moderator and administrator. Communist is also the owner of LockLegion.co.uk

NOW TO LEARN FROM WIKIPEDIA ABOUT LOCKS

A lock is a mechanical or electronic fastening device which may be used on a door, vehicle, or container, restricting access to the area or enclosed property and that can be released by something that authorized personnel requires such as a security token. Ie. A key, keycard, fingerprint, RFID card, or a keycode, password, or combination of both.

Typically, in pin-tumbler and wafer-tumbler applications, a lock in the rest position is closed. The key has a a series of grooves on either side of the key (the key's blade) limits the type of lock the key can slide into. As the key slides into the lock, the grooves on the blade of the key align with the wards in the keyway allowing or denying entry to the cylinder. Then, a series of pointed teeth and notches on the blade called bittings allow pins or wafers to move up and down until they are in line with the shear line of the inner and outer cylinder, allowing the cylinder or cam to rotate freely inside the lock and the lock to open.

History of locks

Securing one's property has long been a concern of people throughout the world. Beyond hiding the objects or constantly guarding them the most frequently used option is to secure them with a device. Early solutions included knots to either detect, like the Thief knot, or hamper, like the Gordian Knot. Historians are unsure where the first lock was invented, but evidence suggests that locks initially developed independently in the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman civilizations. Wooden locks and keys were in use as early as 4,000 years ago in Assyria [1]. The first known lock with a key is a pin lock. The lock is strung on a rope hanging out of a hole in a door. A cylinder of wood with a hole drilled through its axis is the key, the length of the cylinder being the critical factor. The key is inserted into the hole and the bolt is pushed the correct distance. To lock the door the rope was pulled to extract the key cylinder, simultaneously pulling the bolt closed. This type of lock is still in use in certain parts of the world. Puerto Rico still uses this system. A disadvantage of this lock is that a vandal can push the rope into the hole - an ancient equivalent of putting glue into a lock.

CHEERS TO THE LOCK LEGIGON FROM THE TRASH TROUPE

Reviews


OingoBoingoOingoBoingo

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Aah, so horny!

Gotta' love Trash Troupe. Me love you long time!



WinchesterLockWinchesterLock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Swell flash.

You guys are swell, thanks.



LeafLockLeafLock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Happy Lock Day!!!

<3 LL