-- William Gibson, All Tomorrow's Parties
Whenever you need to defend Command and Medical against xenomorphs, Samsung is there for you.
< bda> Man removes sharp hand tool from rear at gunpoint
< disque> hahaha
< disque> HAHAHA
< bda> Yeah, it gets funnier as I think about it.
< disque> heh that one rules.
< disque> :P
< bda> You have to wonder if, while in prison, he taught himself to store things in his ass, or if someone made him a bag-bitch.
< trulux@topet2> bda: maybe he's a vietnam veteran, like in Pulp Fiction, when he hid a watch in his anus
< trulux@topet2> warlord knows the story
< bda> I dunno, I just imagine some guys about to throw down in the prison yard, right, and then one says "Yo, Rocco, gimma my shiv" and Rocco drops his doors, bends over, and pulls a sharpened toothbrush out of his ass.
< bda> It's like, even if you don't get stabbed to death, you're still going to be fighting a guy who has some other guy storing a weapon in his butt for you.
< bda> In-tim-i-dating.
Gloria just mailed me saying that they are making a His Dark Materials movie. Let us sum up:
- Shakespeare in Love (1998) (written by)
- Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990) (play) (uncredited) (written by)
- Empire of the Sun
- Brazil (1985) (screenplay)
Okay, that's some fairly good stuff. I'm pretty comfortable with it. So obviously with a project of this caliber, with a fanbase that is rabid and madly in love with the series, well, you want your director to be as top-notch--
- Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) (screenplay)
- About a Boy (2002) (screenplay)
- American Pie 2 (2001) (executive producer)
- American Wedding (2003) (executive producer)
At least most of the actors appear to be European.
< mdxi> "He has also indicated that he would like the part of Lee Scorsby to be played by Samuel L. Jackson."
< mdxi> HOLY SHIT, I'M IN A MOTHAFUCKIN BALLOON
< mdxi> LOOKIT THAT GODDAMN BEAR! THE BEAR FUCKIN' TALKS, NIGGA
A guy dressed up as V serving papers to various goverment offices, as a dry run for a V March on Washington. What a ridiculous state our nation has come to, when this works as valid political commentary outside of a comic book or movie.
I wouldn't mind seeing this. Thankfully it seems they enjoy filming themselves trying to get unmasked and arrested.
[UPDATE] Guess it went okay.. While the basic premise is amusing, and provocative, it doesn't seem very dignified. Not that I really expect politicians to pay more attention to everyday citizens than they do crazy people dressed up as a comic book/movie character dressed up as a guy who tried to blow up the British gov't. I guess everything has to have a hook.
Viet Nam, the first place I think of when I want to talk to someone about Iraq.
Damascus steel, an early, early, early adopter of nanotube tech.
I don't really want to get into why I did this (let's just say today has sucked), but you can change MAC addrs on OBSD since 3.8 without digging up `sea.c`.