Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Spookman Spiff, Oct 8, 2007.
Uh ... any more* [/grammar nazi]
That's actually a pretty good one, Tharp.
I tried to post the individual ones, but every time I would click on the link for the cards Firefox would immediately crash without either the error message or the error reporting pop-up showing up. It was strange. Must be some bad juju with one of my add-ons because you guys didn't seem to have a problem.
It's been crashing occasionally while searching some Google images too. One of these days I'll have to go through deactivating and reactivating my add-ons until I find the problem, but I keep putting it off because it's a hassle.
I can't see anything, and when I try to copy-paste the urls I get an error that basically said Firefox didn't understand what I told it to do.
Oddly enough, about five minutes later my PDF reader opened on its own and said "bad file." Strange things are afoot at the local Circle K.
I think that one may come in very handy
You didn't get the picture of O'Reilly wagging his finger? Are you sure you're using FireFOX?
(Works fine with the latest FireFox)
How is "a funny picture" a thread bomb?
^^^ This was just reposted on the previous page.
^ Thanks for getting my back.
kill the messenger with the killing message your just killing the point of this whole thread this the bomb thread and you did not know? move along keep moving .,, we are walking; we are walking.
Dude. SHUT. UP. For fuck's sake, SHUT. UP.
Now that's my kind of thread bomb.
I've seen this billboard elsewhere, never saw it as a FAIL bomb before tonight.
My Google-fu has failed me- I've been looking for the picture of the sad kitten with the "Guess I'll go kill myself now" caption. Anyone know where to find it?
Rum sodomy and the lash? Kinky!
Guess he showed 'em who was captain and who was sailor...
no i do not flame the flamingos but fling the flamo's
is there someone who can label this fire outs?
What does that even mean?
He doesn't know. He just likes the attention of bitching at him.
Separate names with a comma.