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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #300 on: Dec 01, 2004, 08:45 PM »
With Ace's last poast, number 307, Scuzzy's Dead Poast has outlived the legendary 'Recent Posts' . Who'd a thunk it?

Yup.  Just think about how much free time he'd have to pursue other interests. "Now where did I leave my cigar?"

Gore with a beard looked like an exploding bear. Though, in his case, it was 'imploded'.

Speaking of chads, I was not aware that Pennington played such a big role in that election.  He is certainly popular in NJ but how he managed to have such clout in Florida is a puzzle.  Must be a friend of Jeb's.
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #301 on: Dec 02, 2004, 04:18 AM »
ACE IS AWARDED COMMEMORATIVE POAST BREAKING THE LONGEVITY OF PREVIOUSLY LONGEST POAST

Cool.  Good for me.  Now just watch; some monkey or someone will resurrect the recent poast, which is the true ode to the dead, just to be obstinant.  Even though it's neither recent, nor alive.

Scuzzy deserves all the credit for starting a poast that was meant to end and then botching it up to such a horrific degree where it won't.  What a doofus.  He probably has an extra set of keys to the place, because I bet he's misplaced his before.  

Well, ok, I'm glad the door's unlocked most days.  I guess I'd struggle otherwise, too.

Ace; I'm glad I don't have a birthday coming up.  Those things go on way too long.
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #302 on: Dec 02, 2004, 06:07 AM »
People in Ohio heard that headline. Could you make it bigger? The West Coast folks deserve to hear the news too.

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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #303 on: Dec 02, 2004, 09:49 AM »
Well, only the near half of Ohio.  No way sound or traffic is gonna get across that expanse to the other side.

I'll try to be taller. Or louder.  Whichever.  Maybe if I shrink the monkey, I could make some room.  He can probably do without the cigar bands; I don't think he'd mind too much.

Is anyone here on the West Coast?  I thought we pretty much faded out at Colorado and Utah, and the signal didn't go farther.

Ace; I could do a louder color, too.
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #304 on: Dec 02, 2004, 09:55 AM »
 :o :o It's still not dead yet??!


Ace! What are you doing man! Get over here and kill this thing!! :P


Geez-lou-light-builb-ise!!!!  WOW!!
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #305 on: Dec 02, 2004, 10:19 AM »
What'd you do, shave?  I thought you were going to grow it out.  Unless the bulb can do an electrolysis thing.

Oh, I can't kill anything this week.  Batteries ran out in the vest, and I haven't been anywhere to get new ones.  I suppose they're NiCads.  Probably cost a lot.

Ace; maybe I could use the adaptor.
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #306 on: Dec 02, 2004, 11:30 AM »
Yeah.....i've been on a hiatus or something, it seems, from here heh :(



Sorry. :P

Well...use the adapter! And i checked, its not NiCad, its 4"AA" batteries...pick em up and go on a panda rampage!!


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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #307 on: Dec 02, 2004, 12:03 PM »
Ace,

Try this, you seem to use it for almost everything else.

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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #308 on: Dec 02, 2004, 12:25 PM »
Give me back my towtruck!!!
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errr....digging truckk....whatever you call it!
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #309 on: Dec 02, 2004, 12:27 PM »
"Tow Truck"... Geez Louise, Trav, that's as weird as something I'd say.

Look; let's do this.  I'll pedal, and you ride on the front.

Ace; that'll work.  Watch your toes.
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #310 on: Dec 02, 2004, 03:47 PM »
You see any dang  pedals?

I don't see any dang pedals.  I don't even see a seat for Trav on the "tow truck".  
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Re:The Dead Poast
« Reply #311 on: Dec 02, 2004, 04:52 PM »
I can pedal without pedals.  Geez Louise, I've got my own foot pedals.

I've got a volume pedal, a Black Dog distortion, A Very Tone pedal (also Snarling Dogs), a DW3 Distortion pedal, an Ibanez Echo, an Ibanez Chorus/Flanger, and another DOD Flanger where the battery connect fell out.  I can pedal till the cows come home.

Or Trav, if he's on the front of that meat grinder.

No seat; he rides on the handlebars.

Ace; well, the whirling blades.  Whatever.
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #312 on: Jan 07, 2007, 03:32 PM »
Hey, I found this old, dead poast lying around and figured I'd shoot it a few more times just to make sure it stays dead.

I remember standing in line at the threater in my hometown, back in 1968, to watch the opening of "The Night of the Living Dead". That was a really creepy movie. Then.

Scuzzy; black and white zombies are the best.
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #313 on: Jan 07, 2007, 06:16 PM »
How is it dead if I am still able to post to it? This must be Ace's doing in calling something dead that is still alive.  ::)

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #314 on: Jan 08, 2007, 03:37 AM »
Geez, talk about stretching for something to do.

Interesting that the code fo the the phoato hot links didn't survive the translocation.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #315 on: Jan 08, 2007, 06:12 AM »
ja,
You lost me on that one! But that's not hard to do, these days.

The Picture of Fido still works.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #316 on: Jan 08, 2007, 12:00 PM »
Geez, talk about stretching for something to do.

Interesting that the code fo the the phoato hot links didn't survive the translocation.

Bill

We're still in the process of transferring those files over. Unfortunately, the propagation is taking quite a bit longer than expected, which is slowing things down. For some people (myself included), www.poasters.com still takes them to the old site.

Until the domain is fully propagated, we can't make all the needed adjustments.
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #317 on: Jan 08, 2007, 05:07 PM »
Oh; wah wah wah

Let me get you some wine with that cheese...

"Oh, I started propogating the earth and now it's taken longer than I thought it would since I decided to remodel my perfectly good chatroom and get new furniture and order new appliances but that's ok I'll just move the old ones into my yard with my older ones."

Geez change Louise.  If you'd have just left well enough alone, I could have dusted and maybe vacuumed a bit and the place would've been fine but NOOOOOoooo you had to change it and add on and do whatever it is you guys do every few years when you get bored and decide to try to change the locks and lose the dang jesterjanitor.

Self induced limbo.  redecorating for the easily bored.  Unnecessary moving around of things, around.  Will you ever learn...

Ace; dead poast in a dead zone in a dead place.  Criminy, I hope you never come to my house to propogate.  You'd probably never leave.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #318 on: Jan 08, 2007, 07:22 PM »
Geez Louise, Ace has found the Dead Poast. Now I know that the world must be spinning backward.
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #319 on: Jan 08, 2007, 09:15 PM »
The Zombie Poast lives on.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #320 on: Jan 09, 2007, 03:38 AM »
Scuzzy,
That was an observation, not a complaint; but thanks for the explanation.

I'll take some of that wine as long as you're offering.  About 55 degrees in a stemmed globe, if you don't mind.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #321 on: Jan 11, 2007, 11:20 PM »
I suppose phoato hot links could be called "phoatatos".

Bill, I didn't take it as a complaint, so no worries there.

As for the wine, I'm sipping some Sutter Home Merlot California 2005.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #322 on: Jan 11, 2007, 11:27 PM »
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I suppose phoato hot links could be called "phoatatos".
Dan Quail- "sounds like a good idea to me"

looks like i belong here too i misspelled his name  ha ha
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #323 on: Jan 12, 2007, 04:41 AM »
Just like Bill to go complaining again.  You know, I haven't heard about the dog for awhile; how's Killer doing these days?

I hadn't heard we're on a stemmed globe.  That might support global warming, especially if it's getting to be 55 degrees down under. 

Ace; ding dong the poast is dead   stupid poast  big dead poast  ding dong the stupid poast is dead
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #324 on: Jan 12, 2007, 07:13 AM »
Fido has developed a taste for redneck, medium rare.
http://tinyurl.com/cj6l7

The stem is how the globe spins, silly.  Even blond(e)s know that,

Looks like the batteries are dead, again.

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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #325 on: Jan 12, 2007, 02:00 PM »
"Where wolf...?"
"There wolf..."

Ace; not the time to give him a belly rub, I'm thinking.
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Re: The Dead Poast
« Reply #326 on: Jan 12, 2007, 02:04 PM »
"Where wolf...?"
"There wolf..."

Ace; not the time to give him a belly rub, I'm thinking.

That wolf looked mighty mean in the picture. I wouldn't mess with him unless I had a gun.

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