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A small one here, less than a meg.

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I know what this is about

This is about how all the countrys in the world like north korea bragging about how they have nucleor weapons. hahaha "You better not get on the wrong side of me, for I have the latest model!!" soo good.



Loved it

It was lovely. The thing that really made this great, isn't that it was like ''the latest model'' you had to have to be cool or accepted, even thought it probably was that you based the whole things on. But bombs. Children and everyone going around carrying bombs.. I just loved it. I think the cartoon tries to tell about how stupid it is that we've even got bombs in this world. And yeah, this is me thinking out loud. Thanks for making me think, Doki!



''A more polite piece of kit''

Great piece of Flash that uses classic Firth voiceovers, mirth and character design with a noir twist. An absolutely fantastic exaggeration of how one's personality and social standing can be judged by one's upkeep with 'fads' and one's material possesions. The ambient music fits somewhat unusually with the tone and stature of the whole thing. Some lovely scenes of great detail and animation too (The explosion for instance).

Another Firth masterpiece.

Capt. Ricarias



Awesome

Really well written. I love the voiceovers and the things they say, as usuall from Firth its original, surreal as hell and damn funny. Firth is a legend!



awesome

its like a cross between an arms race and social desirability, i love it


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Views
200,934
Votes
7,728
Score
4.23 / 5.00

Uploaded
Mar 13, 2006
7:53 PM EST
Genre
Comedy - Original
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  • Frontpaged March 14, 2006
  • Daily 3rd Place March 14, 2006
  • Weekly 5th Place March 15, 2006