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  1. Here, I'll spare you the trouble. EDIT: Hey, the link doesn't even work! [ 02-09-2004, 12:35 AM: Message edited by: Urza ]
  2. I, too, got Spaceballs on DVD, among other things.
  3. Presumably, everyone playing the game is at least 17-18, and that age, pornography really isn't a big deal.
  4. quote:Originally posted by Race Bannon IV: Another reason for my blind jealousy of Derek, A thumbprint activated PDA? Please tell me your having us on? How much more does that cost than my trusty Zire 71?(retail 299.99)I have got to have one of those. BTW if something should happen to you who besides Bill gates and yourself would be able to access your medical info? Just find his thumb...
  5. Bah, half the people in that thread are fools. I'm surprised you still read it. At least there is someplace where mature individuals can discuss things.
  6. OTS weapons can be deployed to attack ground targets from orbit, but beam weapons can't. I believe there's going to be some way for ground targets to attack things in orbit, but I'm not sure about that.
  7. Yeah, I love the new HUD. Looks a lot more contemperary. New models look good, too.
  8. Damn, God couldn't steal that source code
  9. I wouldn't at all be surprised to learn that Valve does have some kind of conspiracy regarding the source leak. I'm not terribly concered about the supposed delay, either. Gives me more time to upgrade my PC. Although the ATI+HL deal may give me the inspiration to retire that GeForce 3 I'm running now.
  10. I'm all for a good RP thread.
  11. Some of our late night Tomb Raider shows in the big 485 auditoriums on Saturday were swapped with Bad Boys. Even in the smaller 205 auditorium, it was barely half-full. Bad Boys sold out.
  12. quote:Originally posted by Supreme Cmdr: quote:Originally posted by Urza: (Roger Ebert says that everyone involved with this film should owe community service),LOL!! he said that? Gotta link? And you saw it 3 times. In one day? Dear Lord, that means you spent almost 9 hrs (the movie itself is 2hrs 37mins long) in a theatre!?!?! Here's the link to Ebert's review. As for the nine hours, multiply that by $7, and you get $63 of easy money.
  13. It had quite a lot of dirty humor, but I still enjoyed it. (it was rated R, but I think it was borderline NC17) Top-notch action and about five truly hilarious scenes. If you're one of those sensitive types (Roger Ebert says that everyone involved with this film should owe community service), I'd definately steer clear. Otherwise, it's great fun. Saw it three times last night. 9/10
  14. I've seen the credits to this film no less than thirty times.
  15. I'm a little late on the trigger, but this is a really underrated heist film. I won't reveal the plot, since it's full of twists, just take my word for it and see this film, if it's still playing (it is in my theatre, but we have 24 screens). 9/10
  16. I really can't adjudicate for myself, since I see almost every film that comes in (except those I know beforehand that I won't like), so here's some films that I think would make good rentals: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (if you want a little light-hearted fun) Hulk 28 Days Later The Italian Job 2 Fast 2 Furious
  17. Err, back to the movie. I saw it (for free, as usual), and I didn't think it was as bad as everyone made it out to be. If you can overlook the plot holes and places where it simply defies logic, it's an enjoyable summer actioner. 5/10
  18. quote:Originally posted by Commander Elio Jason: quote:Originally posted by Supreme Cmdr: But given his age and the time it took to go from T2 to T3, it is highly unlikely that Arnold will be in it. yeah and plus it couldn't happen in the story since nothing involves the Terminator during the war. *SPOILER* they also pretty much showed us the end of the war at the beginning of the film. with John Connor and his troops cheering and the flag there and stuff. Unless another T-101 comes back in time for some reason...
  19. I'd be in if my primary PC were connected to the internet right now...
  20. Congratulations. You guys have earned it.
  21. You'll have to wait till after finals. They'll be quite demanding of my time.
  22. Here's my list Dirty Rotten Cheater- One of the most original game shows I've seen in a long time. 24- Well written, with lots of action. Action is good. Junkyard Wars- Never gets old, really. Mail Call- A good look at military technology, past and present. Star Trek TNG- I was too young to understand much of the original run.
  23. I'm in. My address hasn't changed.
  24. The Empire of Glendakoth If enough of us climb aboard, we can try creating a new region.
  25. Yes, it is a sad state of affairs. On a good note, my profile has been completed. Name: Trenton 'Urza' Padfield Status: Active Race: Terran Rank: Commander Position: In command of GCV Dark Storm DOB: October 5, 2076 Description: 6 feet tall, long dark brown hair Timeline: 2095- Attended Galcom Academy 2099- Graduated in top 15%; assigned as pilot on GCV Weatherlight 8-14-02- Overagression on missions, specifically on this date, led to several crippled FCs; incident blamed on Padfield, who was subsequently ordered to repair the FCs 8-16-02- Completed repair work much faster then anticipated; reassigned to system engineer 11-21-03- Exemplary service record led to promotion to Lieutenant, and assigned to chief engineer 6-12-06- Eori incident- reactor of GCV Weatherlight fails (the cause has not been determined, though sabatoge is suspected), crippling craft. Subsequent attack by an insurgent crusier barely repelled by FC forces; most of crew killed during attack. Reactor power partially restored by Padfield and his four remaining engineers. GCV Weatherlight slowly returns to Aleri station, and is scrapped. 6-14-06- Recieves commendation, promoted to Lt. Commander and (at his request) assigned as chief engineer on newly comissioned GCV Dark Storm 1-30-08- Offered command position, but declined, preferring to work with Firestorm class vessels. 9-01-10- Commander Nicholson retires; Padfield promoted to Commander and placed in command of GCV Dark Storm. 3015- During ISS restructuring, Padfield is assigned to newly created Pegasus Wing under Cmdr. von Schaffen Notes: Though some question Cmdr. Padfield's assignment, his frequent deliberations with his hand-picked CE and his proven leadership skills are a testament to the success of his command. Although Cmdr. Padfield hasn't piloted an FC in some time, his peers, and those under his command continue to use his callsign in all but the most formal affairs.
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