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 Post subject: Re: Minutemen
PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2012 1:54 pm 
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Godziller66 wrote:
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For those of you who are reading these, are you buying them or reading them online?

I'm reading them online. I'm digging them so far, but I'm still not supportive enough of their existence to actually give them money.


Watch out, we got a bad ass up in here ;)

I'm buying them in print.

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 Post subject: Re: Minutemen
PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:21 pm 
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http://www.superherohype.com/features/a ... inutemen-1
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 Post subject: Re: Minutemen
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http://kotaku.com/5917776/i-did-it-thir ... el-problem

I thought the above was a very insightful article on the nature of the adaptation of anybody is interested.


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 Post subject: Minute Rice
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:52 am 
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Look at this:

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I bought mine digitally via IPhone, but today I ordered it from a local comic shop. I guess that's how I'll be getting them.


Nemesis x88's sig line: "I will never reveal my identity. Anyone who knows me will refer to me as Hooded Justice"

And then this:

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I purchased mine digitally by way of IPhone, but at the moment I ordered it from the neighborhood comic shop. I guess that is how I'll be acquiring them.
"I will in no way reveal my identity. anybody who is conscious of me will refer to me as Hooded Justice


Change a few words and fool everyone? At least "MMO gold" sounds more appropriate to this venue than handbags.


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 Post subject: Re: Minute Rice
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:50 pm 
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Broken Finger wrote:
Look at this:

Nemesis x88 wrote:
I bought mine digitally via IPhone, but today I ordered it from a local comic shop. I guess that's how I'll be getting them.


Nemesis x88's sig line: "I will never reveal my identity. Anyone who knows me will refer to me as Hooded Justice"

And then this:

xiaolaotou wrote:
I purchased mine digitally by way of IPhone, but at the moment I ordered it from the neighborhood comic shop. I guess that is how I'll be acquiring them.
"I will in no way reveal my identity. anybody who is conscious of me will refer to me as Hooded Justice


Change a few words and fool everyone? At least "MMO gold" sounds more appropriate to this venue than handbags.


Wait... what was the point of that post?

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 Post subject: Re: Minute Rice
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Dr. Brooklyn wrote:
Broken Finger wrote:
Look at this:

Nemesis x88 wrote:
I bought mine digitally via IPhone, but today I ordered it from a local comic shop. I guess that's how I'll be getting them.


Nemesis x88's sig line: "I will never reveal my identity. Anyone who knows me will refer to me as Hooded Justice"

And then this:

xiaolaotou wrote:
I purchased mine digitally by way of IPhone, but at the moment I ordered it from the neighborhood comic shop. I guess that is how I'll be acquiring them.
"I will in no way reveal my identity. anybody who is conscious of me will refer to me as Hooded Justice


Change a few words and fool everyone? At least "MMO gold" sounds more appropriate to this venue than handbags.


Wait... what was the point of that post?

Claiming one's rightful title of Captain Obvious is no mean feat and requires an appropriate amount of effort and work to acquire.

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 Post subject: Minutiae Man
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 1:39 pm 
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Dr. Brooklyn wrote:
Wait... what was the point of that post?


Just wondering aloud about the pervasive and obtrusive nature of xiaolaotou's spam posts, where he/she c & ps a previous post and, using what I must assume to be a Google Translate-type of situation, changes a few key words in a transparent and obviously futile attempt at obfuscation in order to evade deletion and/or banning.

I find that shit fascinating.


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 Post subject: Re: Minutiae Man
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 1:44 pm 
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Broken Finger wrote:
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Wait... what was the point of that post?


Just wondering aloud about the pervasive and obtrusive nature of xiaolaotou's spam posts, where he/she c & ps a previous post and, using what I must assume to be a Google Translate-type of situation, changes a few key words in a transparent and obviously futile attempt at obfuscation in order to evade deletion and/or banning.

I find that shit fascinating.

Well, I don't even know what to say to that.

But whatever floats your boat, man. Me, I prefer Tennis.

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 Post subject: Automatic Man
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Well, I don't even know what to say to that.

But whatever floats your boat, man. Me, I prefer Tennis.


Wait... what was the point of that post?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:08 pm 
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Broken Finger wrote:
Godziller66 wrote:
Well, I don't even know what to say to that.

But whatever floats your boat, man. Me, I prefer Tennis.


Wait... what was the point of that post?

It gets lonely on the tennis court by myself.

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 Post subject: Godtellar? Patzeller?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:23 pm 
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Godziller66 wrote:
It gets lonely on the tennis court by myself.


I was going to do two things here. First, I was going to say, "Wait...what was the point of that post?" (because the comedy rule of threes just absolutely dictated it), and then I was going to attempt a joke about patellar dislocation and tennis. While I was trying to figure out a clever way to mix "patellar" and "Godziller" (spoiler alert: I couldn't), I realized that your name has a "66" after it, and I'm not sure that has ever registered before.

So, knowing as I do that there weren't sixty-five previous Godzillers at this site, what, might I ask, does the "66" indicate?


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 Post subject: Before Godziller
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So, knowing as I do that there weren't sixty-five previous Godzillers at this site, what, might I ask, does the "66" indicate?

Gather 'round, children, and I'll tell you all a story. This is the story of one boy's journey. One boy's journey through the wilderness to discover truths about himself and the world around him. I call it...

GODZILLER: ORIGINS

One day, a young man wanted to join an internet forum. This man liked Godzilla movies. His previous user names had commonly been "Blitz66". The "Blitz" because it sounded cool and the "66" because it rhymed. When joining his internet forum, however, he wanted something less generic and stupid sounding.

So he instead chose an English dub slur most likely meant on the part of the dubbers to make fun of the American south.

Naturally, this was much less stupid and he decided to adopt this moniker while retaining the "66" of his previous user name.

He learned nothing.

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 Post subject: Re: Before Godziller
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Godziller66 wrote:
Broken Finger wrote:
So, knowing as I do that there weren't sixty-five previous Godzillers at this site, what, might I ask, does the "66" indicate?

Gather 'round, children, and I'll tell you all a story. This is the story of one boy's journey. One boy's journey through the wilderness to discover truths about himself and the world around him. I call it...

GODZILLER: ORIGINS

One day, a young man wanted to join an internet forum. This man liked Godzilla movies. His previous user names had commonly been "Blitz66". The "Blitz" because it sounded cool and the "66" because it rhymed. When joining his internet forum, however, he wanted something less generic and stupid sounding.

So he instead chose an English dub slur most likely meant on the part of the dubbers to make fun of the American south.

Naturally, this was much less stupid and he decided to adopt this moniker while retaining the "66" of his previous user name.

He learned nothing.

The End


Wait... what was the point of that post?

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Wait... what was the point of that post?


HA HA HA! Rule of threes, man. Hilarious.


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Wait... what was the point of that post?


HA HA HA! Rule of threes, man. Hilarious.

It really capped things off. Like how Return of the Jedi was the best Star Wars film.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 4:20 pm 
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Godziller66 wrote:
It really capped things off. Like how Return of the Jedi was the best Star Wars film.


I'm not sure the comedy rule of threes translates to Star Wars movies. I'm not sure there was even any comedy in Star Wars. I guess if you've only seen the prequels and the Special Editions, and find jokes about Bantha poo-doo funny, then you could find some comedy in there.


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Broken Finger wrote:
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It really capped things off. Like how Return of the Jedi was the best Star Wars film.


I'm not sure the comedy rule of threes translates to Star Wars movies.

Oh, it does here.

Trust me. I'm a doctor.

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Godziller66 wrote:
Like how Return of the Jedi was the best Star Wars film.


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hey, did anyone else notice the post subject changes every post?


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 Post subject: In the Mouse of Madness
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This is the best/worst thread ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Minutemen
PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 7:26 pm 
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So the second issue is out.

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I liked it. It was pretty crazy, though, and I'm not sure I got the ending.

Btw, how many people knew who the Comedian was in the Graphic Novel? Metropolis calls him Edward at one point.

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