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by Buddha
2008-08-29 09:56am
Forum: Parting Shots
Topic: Buddha: No violence? I'm sad!
Replies: 36
Views: 13174

Interesting choice of avatar , Buddha. It's a joke that I got from the Habbo Hotel raids. I have used the look on various hotels for various countries. I think it looks funny and that I want to make up for the bad joke about Obama. I am glad that the Democratic National Convention went by without a...
by Buddha
2008-08-29 01:51am
Forum: Parting Shots
Topic: Buddha: No violence? I'm sad!
Replies: 36
Views: 13174

I now recognize what was said was wrong. Please folks, let's move on and take it for what it was worth. A joke, that just was in incredibly poor taste at that. I should have thought about what I said before I wrote it. No offense to Broomstick or anyone else. I don't want anything to happen during t...
by Buddha
2008-08-28 11:59pm
Forum: Parting Shots
Topic: Buddha: No violence? I'm sad!
Replies: 36
Views: 13174

I must say that I am dissapointed that there was no major fight outside the convention center or that there were no assasination attempts on Obama. It's one thing to say in the history books "We ALMOST had a black president. He got shot before being elected". Other than that, all quiet on the Elect...
by Buddha
2008-08-28 11:39pm
Forum: Parting Shots
Topic: Buddha: No violence? I'm sad!
Replies: 36
Views: 13174

I must say that I am dissapointed that there was no major fight outside the convention center or that there were no assasination attempts on Obama. It's one thing to say in the history books "We ALMOST had a black president. He got shot before being elected". Other than that, all quiet on the Electi...
by Buddha
2008-08-28 12:17pm
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Life's Ironies: Author Dies Before List Is Done
Replies: 22
Views: 1871

I want to visit most if not all of the major sites in the Asian Buddhist world. Number One would enevitably be the Mahabodhi temple and then I'll just have to go down the list. On a second thought... I think I will hunt caribu in the mountains somewhere far from the influence of the United States of...
by Buddha
2008-08-27 04:16pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: Britain: Religious Nuttery No Legal Cover for Child Abuse
Replies: 5
Views: 879

I can't imagine making children do this. It's horrific when adults do this voluntarily and by choice. To make children whip themselves should not be protected as freedom of religion, anywhere. Next thing we could ban is the stuff they do in the Phillipines during Holy Week.
by Buddha
2008-08-27 01:41pm
Forum: Artwork, Music and Photos
Topic: Motivational Posters
Replies: 1225
Views: 571603

Big Orange wrote:A little on the small side, but:

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I refuse to believe that people are this damn stupid.
EDIT: I refuse to believe that I AM this damn stupid
EDIT2:Eliminate all stupids. Needs moar voltage.
by Buddha
2008-08-27 02:56am
Forum: Artwork, Music and Photos
Topic: Chewie is Cooking with AWESOME! (new recipe, page 2)
Replies: 52
Views: 6049

This looks to be diabetes and heart disease in one convenient and easy to carry package. Now you can see why this would be unhealthy and soon, very nasty fat and sugar encrusted orgy. I hope you enjoy your pig flesh and sugar product. Let us know how bad the fallout will be.
by Buddha
2008-08-26 11:58am
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Kafka's porno has been found
Replies: 33
Views: 3290

Kafka wasn't on my mandatory reading list, but his works and concepts are sufficiently well-established that I'm genuinely surprised people haven't heard of him. Who here honestly hasn't used the word Kafkaesque? *raises hand* I have to admit that every time it has come up it has gone over my head....
by Buddha
2008-08-25 10:40pm
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Kafka's porno has been found
Replies: 33
Views: 3290

I think I could cheerfully kill, skin, clean, marinate, roast and eat the last member of an endangered species, for a crack at being chair of the Archaeopornography Department at a major university. I hear that many of the animal's meat is either rough on the stomach or it's poisonous. Stick with t...
by Buddha
2008-08-25 12:54pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: THIS is how you deal with Faux News reporters!
Replies: 19
Views: 2264

I am willing to bet that this little segement didn't make it on the nightly news. Not keeping with the fine tradition of putting the family first like a good Republican and keeping those naughty liberals in their place! Yeah, this is just great and stuff. Better enjoy every minute of it, I don't thi...
by Buddha
2008-08-24 11:02am
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: A Modern Tunguska In Jerusalem (RAR)
Replies: 12
Views: 1437

The event brings out the latent qi in the enviroment causing widespread development of powers? Nothing but damage to buildings? Most likely.
by Buddha
2008-08-23 12:31pm
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Kafka's porno has been found
Replies: 33
Views: 3290

How is this newsworthy that some guy had a stash of porn? Did he have any cocaine or pot in a safe somewhere? Who is this man?
by Buddha
2008-08-21 06:26pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: Malwebolence: New York Times Article on Internet Trolls
Replies: 22
Views: 2294

I like how they also try to make it sound like some sort of Robin Hood public service-- "we go after blowhards, people who are full of it". Uh-huh. The griefers go after everyone. That they actually tried to get that description of their activity in after describing how they pilloried a dead kid an...
by Buddha
2008-08-20 03:01pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: CNN Finally States the Obvious
Replies: 26
Views: 2805

How can a nation base the criteria of who will be the leader on whether or not he's "one of them"? Why not vote for a candidate by his position on taxes, healthcare, or somthing relavent. Vote issues and change...come on guys! Let's not blow it again.
by Buddha
2008-08-19 10:58pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: Copper Theft still on the rise
Replies: 8
Views: 1080

It's interesting how widely stolen copper is. Whenever you have an abandoned building, the first thing to go are copper pipes and wiring. Must be valuable stuff and get a good chunk o'change.Of course it's used to buy drugs, cigarettes, and alcohol.
by Buddha
2008-08-19 06:32pm
Forum: Fantasy
Topic: Watchmen trailer
Replies: 135
Views: 13114

I saw the trailer and even though it didn't make sense, it's interesting. I might have to read the graphic novel it's based on and then see the movie. I wish I knew about this a while back. I hope this isn't the one with Keanu Reeves in it. :lol:
by Buddha
2008-08-19 04:14pm
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Autism Speaks: I was Wrong.
Replies: 93
Views: 7478

Yes. A truly normal life is still a truly normal life. Forcing normal behavior via near sedation or the insanity of behavioral modification.. Is not having a normal life. It is hammering behaviors onto someone who is still not having a normal life. Sometimes parents do things like medicate the kid,...
by Buddha
2008-08-19 03:55pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: Large U.S. bank collapse seen ahead
Replies: 44
Views: 3818

It would be nice to know what banks are at risk and what can be done about it. All I see is fear and insecurity about the future. The answer to the nation's financial problems is not going to be found in the next five years or longer. I don't like the odds of a easy solution popping up overnight.
by Buddha
2008-08-19 02:38pm
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: Knights Templar 'Heirs' Sue Pope For Billions
Replies: 24
Views: 1701

There is a problem being that most, if not all of the defendants are dead. That and there has been many hundreds of years since the Crusades. The matter will not be resolved in their favor.
by Buddha
2008-08-19 11:49am
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: India's poor urged to 'eat rats'
Replies: 64
Views: 4655

Shroom Man 777 wrote:Snails have parasites that go into your brain and may alter your behavior.
This IS worse than rats, right? Burden of proof is on you.
by Buddha
2008-08-19 02:29am
Forum: News and Politics
Topic: ...and the Dumbing Continues
Replies: 35
Views: 3517

In a time of crisis many people try to deal with the problem with faith. They think that it has an effect if they have faith. They don't want to look at reality and can't do anything themselves.
by Buddha
2008-08-18 11:44pm
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Autism Speaks: I was Wrong.
Replies: 93
Views: 7478

Re: Autism Speaks: I was Wrong.

Yeah. I will. I'll think about you. Do I want this kid to grow up to be like Martin? Then I'll go and help them. By your logic, I better go back to my old Elementary school and tell Jane Smith and Lucy Barwell "thanks a lot for fucking me up!" :roll: Yeah, nevermind it was thanks to Mrs Smith and M...
by Buddha
2008-08-18 10:42pm
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Autism Speaks: I was Wrong.
Replies: 93
Views: 7478

That might be enlightening if I understood what the fuck you were saying. He saying that they can pick up on stuff a lot better due to a attention to detail. What he doesn't say is why he needs to use such long winded language to say it. He fails to realize that maybe his use of big words is only a...
by Buddha
2008-08-18 03:20pm
Forum: Science, Logic, And Morality
Topic: Using "Radicals" (Against You) to further your age
Replies: 3
Views: 1017

It isn't usually wise to do this, as it tends to make a conflict drag on for longer. It also can lead to a stalemate and no clear resolution. Radical elements don't need help. They do well enough themselves at recruiting more brain trusts. :wink: