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ChuteTheMall
10-15-2011, 07:46
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:banana:

samurairabbi
10-15-2011, 10:37
[QUOTE=_The_Shadow;18041990][QUOTE=_The_Shadow;18022447]Page 550 Post #13733

33?
:supergrin::supergrin:

Permit this lowly peon the temerity of finding additional salacious (of course) meaning in Her Majesty's latest post.

There is a third 3 in the post number under consideration. This would seem to suggest the idea of 33 participating in a threesome. While this thought may be considered by some to be vulgar and heretical, it DOES add a delightful twist to an otherwise mundane Saturday lunch hour.

Taterhead
10-15-2011, 12:54
[QUOTE=G33;18044490][QUOTE=_The_Shadow;18041990]

Permit this lowly peon the temerity of finding additional salacious (of course) meaning in Her Majesty's latest post.

There is a third 3 in the post number under consideration. This would seem to suggest the idea of 33 participating in a threesome. While this thought may be considered by some to be vulgar and heretical, it DOES add a delightful twist to an otherwise mundane Saturday lunch hour.

Sometimes the mind's eye is a fine piece of imaginative technology.

_The_Shadow
10-15-2011, 13:44
This message was aproved by,G-33
33?
:supergrin::supergrin:

10mm & 9x25Dillon :wow:
True ZOMBIE vaporizing cartridges! :freak: :ack:

Hornady missed their opertunity to cash in on the 10mm at least in their latest marketing scheme! :puking:

Shoot'em if you got'em {*.*}

Bullman
10-15-2011, 14:15
I think Hornady must be smoking crack. On the other hand, we would have zombie bits everywhere if they were blasted with a 10mm, perhaps they were just bein considerate.



Either way all I can say is Mustaffahbeens.

VN350X10
10-15-2011, 18:02
A 9 x 25 Dillon chambered 10" Contender might be interesting, using an 88 gr HP designed for a .380 ctg.
2400 fps might be a possibility here.

Hydrostatic shock is a beautiful thing.....:wow:

samurairabbi
10-15-2011, 18:31
Hydrostatic shock is a beautiful thing.....:wow:

Hydrostatic shock can be particularly ... SHOCKING !

9x25 ... the HONORABLE 9mm.

_The_Shadow
10-15-2011, 20:46
9x25 Sound of Thunder but strikes like Lightening!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v422/superba/Blog%20Pics/cap004-1.jpg

Taterhead
10-15-2011, 21:07
9x25 Sound of Thunder but strikes like Lightening!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v422/superba/Blog%20Pics/cap004-1.jpg

Probably the only thing that could kill Jason for good. But then the cheesy Friday the 13th franchise would end.

Finally. For good. For the last time. Really. They mean it this time. Forever... until re-released in theaters in 3D.

_The_Shadow
10-15-2011, 21:23
You mean like..."The Cloning Resurection" or "The ZOMBIE Transformation"
:faint:

VN350X10
10-15-2011, 21:25
uncle would be willing to go Mano-a-Mano with Jason, if the hand of either Geesie or susan28 were at stake.
My only request would be to have dear Mongo as my second.....:cool:

samurairabbi
10-15-2011, 21:28
My entry in the scholarly-joke-of-the-weekend sweepstakes:

A bartender looks up and yells "Hey, we don't serve faster-than-light neutrinos in here!"
A neutrino walks into a bar.

_The_Shadow
10-15-2011, 21:32
uncle would be willing to go Mano-a-Mano with Jason, if the hand of either Geesie or susan28 were at stake.
My only request would be to have dear Mongo as my second.....:cool:

I can picture you turning Mongo loose on Jason and then you scooting off with Geesie & susan28...:whistling:

VN350X10
10-15-2011, 21:45
And let Mongo have all the fun ?

Shirley, you jest !

Faster-than-Light Neutrinos, breakfast of Champions !

Rabbi, you're onto the next big marketing gig !

samurairabbi
10-16-2011, 11:34
Shirley, you jest !


Of course I jest ... and don't call me Shirley!

MinervaDoe
10-16-2011, 11:36
My entry in the scholarly-joke-of-the-weekend sweepstakes:

A bartender looks up and yells "Hey, we don't serve faster-than-light neutrinos in here!"
A neutrino walks into a bar.
Uh, it took a second, but then inexplicably, I laughed. Does that mean I got it?

samurairabbi
10-16-2011, 11:54
Uh, it took a second, but then inexplicably, I laughed. Does that mean I got it?

Within the upper echelons of the Dungeon Linguistics Unit, we term this "extended lag time comprehension factor". Don't worry about it taking a second; we have documented cases lasting several DAYS!

VN350X10
10-16-2011, 13:30
but Rabbi, "Laverne, you jest" doesn't work NEAR as well.....

_The_Shadow
10-16-2011, 13:43
Laverne & Shirley worked at Shotz Brewery! Of course they didn't make "NS"

http://www.yourprops.com/norm-46817ce470471-Laverne+%26+Shirley+%28TV%29+%281976%29.jpeg

G33
10-16-2011, 14:56
http://www.atomicpinup.com/images/Schlitz_Beer_1.jpg

http://www.zigzagwallpapers.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Sandy-Beach-Wallpaper-2.jpg


Drink beer on the sand and you get?
:tongueout:

G33
10-16-2011, 14:58
Hint:
http://www.999images.com/wallpapers/sandy-irina-shayk-1280x800.jpg

VN350X10
10-16-2011, 16:34
sand in your beer ??

G33
10-16-2011, 16:41
Close....
No cigar.
:supergrin:

samurairabbi
10-16-2011, 17:44
Drink beer on the sand and you get?
:tongueout:

Hmmmmm ... I had better phase this carefully.

If the sand is on an outer planet, you might have beer in Uranus.

Taterhead
10-16-2011, 18:03
Hint:
http://www.999images.com/wallpapers/sandy-irina-shayk-1280x800.jpg

:wow:

Yikes. Wasn't prepared for that one.

_The_Shadow
10-16-2011, 18:07
MOVED to Page 552


http://www.atomicpinup.com/images/Schlitz_Beer_1.jpg

http://www.zigzagwallpapers.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Sandy-Beach-Wallpaper-2.jpg


Drink beer on the sand and you get?
:tongueout:

I used to drink that stuff...
It was kind of like tequila it made the clothes fall off!
Sand gets everywhere...:rofl:

_The_Shadow
10-16-2011, 18:11
She sells, sea shells, by the sea shore! :whistling:

But that's one Blue Lagoon! :wow:

_The_Shadow
10-16-2011, 20:23
My computer has beaten me at chess!
But it was no match during the dueling contest! [***]

G33
10-17-2011, 05:24
Hmmmmm ... I had better phase this carefully.

If the sand is on an outer planet, you might have beer in Uranus.

Very, very close.
:supergrin::supergrin:

engineer151515
10-17-2011, 08:34
:wow:

Yikes. Wasn't prepared for that one.

<<< Never prepared, but damned happy when it happens. :supergrin:

_The_Shadow
10-17-2011, 08:40
Very, very close.
:supergrin::supergrin:

Then it must be this one!
http://i1086.photobucket.com/albums/j441/_The_Shadow/buriedcat.jpg

G33
10-17-2011, 11:11
Close.

:wavey::rofl:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315122

G33
10-17-2011, 11:12
Sand in your Schlitz.
:tongueout:

samurairabbi
10-17-2011, 17:31
Sand in your Schlitz.
:tongueout:

Elegantly risque! Comparable to the time a newspaper misspelled Clint Eastwood's name.

VN350X10
10-17-2011, 20:49
Now how could you POSSIBLY mis-spell Eastwood ?

MinervaDoe
10-17-2011, 22:16
Now how could you POSSIBLY mis-spell Eastwood ?
By leaving the "N" out of it.

MinervaDoe
10-17-2011, 22:17
Clint, that is.

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 02:43
By leaving the "N" out of it.

Thank you, MD. We boring Dungeon types (pardon my redundancy) were unsure of whether to respond to Unkle's seemingly clueless post. We, of course, had the feeling he was subtly razzing us with his response, but we are still currently recovering from sneaking into this last weekend's lagoon blowout.

G33
10-18-2011, 08:47
...and the fine white sand.
:faint::rofl:

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 10:35
...and the fine white sand.
:faint::rofl:

Hmmmm ... Brings to mind the classic Socrates line from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure:

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 10:47
This just in: SCRABBLE SCANDAL !!!

At the Scrabble World Championships, a Thai player accused a British player of cheating by concealing a letter "g" tile on his person. The Thai player demanded a strip search for this possible contraband. Tournament officials declined this demand.

Sort of makes the 10-Ring look docile by comparison.

MinervaDoe
10-18-2011, 14:22
Thank you, MD. We boring Dungeon types (pardon my redundancy) were unsure of whether to respond to Unkle's seemingly clueless post. We, of course, had the feeling he was subtly razzing us with his response, but we are still currently recovering from sneaking into this last weekend's lagoon blowout.
I would have prefered that he asked "How can you mispell (for example) lifelike?"
Then I could have said, by getting the 'L' out of it. :supergrin: Punny? Huh? Huh?

This just in: SCRABBLE SCANDAL !!!

At the Scrabble World Championships, a Thai player accused a British player of cheating by concealing a letter "g" tile on his person. The Thai player demanded a strip search for this possible contraband.
Maybe he hid it in his G-string

...and the fine white sand.
:faint::rofl:
Oh, the very abrasive, fine white sand. Yeah, I have always avoided this one. This is as close as I'll get.
http://www.cocktailtimes.com/vodka/sexonthebeach.shtml

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 16:53
Maybe he hid it in his G-string


The Dungeon types congratulate you on your excellent comeback! The reporters on this story would have KILLED to have come up with that line!

MinervaDoe
10-18-2011, 17:46
Well, that would have been it for their impartial and unbiased reporting then, wouldn't it.

_The_Shadow
10-18-2011, 17:51
...and the fine white sand.
:faint::rofl:

That is what is known as the "nitty gritty" :tongueout:

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 17:55
Well, that would have been it for their impartial and unbiased reporting then, wouldn't it.

They value ratings over impartial reporting. Your line would have been worth at least three Nielson share points.

_The_Shadow
10-18-2011, 18:05
Sand in your Schlitz.
:tongueout:

You must watch that sand doesn't get around or on the "Twitter" either! :wow::wow:

VN350X10
10-18-2011, 18:22
SCRABBLE ??

Sounds more like Rabble to me !

Off with their Heads.......all of them !

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 18:31
SCRABBLE ??

Sounds more like Rabble to me !

Off with their Heads.......all of them !

A more brutal punishment: Take away their vowels!

VN350X10
10-18-2011, 18:37
why would we want their bowels ?.....:wow:

(jes gott get that seeing aid battery changed again!):rofl:

_The_Shadow
10-18-2011, 19:43
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Oops I did it again! :faint:

why would we want their bowels ?.....:wow:

(jes gott get that seeing aid battery changed again!):rofl:

Battery runnin' a little low...I see the blind man said! :supergrin:

VN350X10
10-18-2011, 21:11
Me brain still hurts !!:shocked:

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 21:23
Me brain still hurts !!:shocked:

Have courage, Unkle! The 10-Ring Medical Center has you on its list for a brain transplant. We will notify you immediately when we find a suitable donor chimp.

VN350X10
10-18-2011, 21:27
that's CHUMP !

MinervaDoe
10-18-2011, 21:28
Me brain still hurts !!:shocked:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIlKiRPSNGA
:supergrin:

samurairabbi
10-18-2011, 21:33
that's CHUMP !

Possibly BOTH !!!

VN350X10
10-18-2011, 21:35
Geesie, get me OUT of here !! :crying:

_The_Shadow
10-18-2011, 21:38
:frown:After watchin' that Me Brain hurts!:crazy:

_The_Shadow
10-18-2011, 21:41
How many sheets can a sheet slitter slit, if a sheet slitter could slit sheets? :dunno:

VN350X10
10-18-2011, 21:55
approxamately the same number of sheets, as the quantity of wood a woodchuck could chuck.:tongueout:

G33
10-18-2011, 23:46
Geesie, get me OUT of here !! :crying:

You are out!
:wavey::supergrin::ufo:

ChuteTheMall
10-19-2011, 10:24
http://glocktalk.com/forums/images/buttons/threadclosed.gif

Bullman
10-19-2011, 11:36
How many sheets can a sheet slitter slit, if a sheet slitter could slit sheets? :dunno:

diabolical:supergrin:

Bullman
10-19-2011, 11:37
http://glocktalk.com/forums/images/buttons/threadclosed.gif

Not even remotely amusing, I would hate to think I would be confined to the AM thread, I am not a morning person.

_The_Shadow
10-19-2011, 11:39
http://www.esigns.com/data/template/1/24/2321/4799/419f1a5b6facd75c0a773bd8f84868a9.png

http://www.stickergiant.com/Merchant2/imgs/450/st3634_450.jpeg

samurairabbi
10-19-2011, 11:55
Not even remotely amusing, I would hate to think I would be confined to the AM thread, I am not a morning person.

The Dungeon admin types suggest this: Party all night, and post in the morning before you crash!

Bullman
10-19-2011, 12:46
That is a thought that bears consideration, I would be staying up a little later than usual mind you.

VN350X10
10-19-2011, 20:15
Thank you Geesie, with help from Mongo !
TARDIS has some REALLY neat features & Geesie is learning them well. :wow:
I owe you a gourmet dinner G. :embarassed:


uncle

samurairabbi
10-19-2011, 20:23
That is a thought that bears consideration, I would be staying up a little later than usual mind you.

Being late enough to become early is a useful philosophical doctrine.

I offer a classic line from George Burns when he received an Oscar at age 94. When accepting the award, he said "This award proves one thing. If you live long enough, and stay in the business long enough, you get to be new again."

VN350X10
10-19-2011, 20:28
In the case of G.B. everybody that worked with him was already dead, so he could recycle all of his old material !
Too bad it didn't work that well for Uncle Miltie.....:crying:
Oh, that's right, he was recycling OTHER people's material ! :rofl:

samurairabbi
10-19-2011, 21:31
In the case of G.B. everybody that worked with him was already dead, so he could recycle all of his old material !


That is a truly useful tactic to keep in reserve. In the movie "The Sting", the con-artist crew decided to try the old wire sting because they correctly figured it had been so long since it had been used that Lonigan would not know about it!

Bullman
10-20-2011, 05:39
In the case of G.B. everybody that worked with him was already dead, so he could recycle all of his old material !
Too bad it didn't work that well for Uncle Miltie.....:crying:
Oh, that's right, he was recycling OTHER people's material ! :rofl:

That and people were probably down on him for cross dressing.:rofl:

MinervaDoe
10-20-2011, 16:10
http://glocktalk.com/forums/images/buttons/threadclosed.gif
Not even remotely amusing, I would hate to think I would be confined to the AM thread, I am not a morning person.
Yeah, I'd have to get a new hobby, become a productive member of society again, and then the U.S. economy could begin its recovery.

Nah, not until 2012.

But that scared me.
http://i1120.photobucket.com/albums/l496/Minervadoe/HosedIcon.jpg

samurairabbi
10-20-2011, 17:01
Yeah, I'd have to get a new hobby, become a productive member of society again, and then the U.S. economy could begin its recovery.


I counsel caution. Becoming an OPENLY productive member of society again might demean your status among the raucous inebriated debauched revelry participants in the 10-Ring Resort hijinks. Discretion is important in such matters.

ChuteTheMall
10-20-2011, 18:07
http://glocktalk.com/forums/images/buttons/reply.gif

Oh, OK, I will.

ChuteTheMall
10-20-2011, 18:07
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:banana:

MinervaDoe
10-20-2011, 18:36
I counsel caution. Becoming an OPENLY productive member of society again might demean your status among the raucous inebriated debauched revelry participants in the 10-Ring Resort hijinks. Discretion is important in such matters.
:rofl: You don't really think I'd do that do you. No, I'm secretly working on a project where random people will simply give me money every month and I don't have to do anything to earn it.
But, if I do actually choose to perform some work, then even more random people will give me even more money.
It's like my own private ponzi scheme. :supergrin:

samurairabbi
10-20-2011, 18:55
:rofl: You don't really think I'd do that do you. No, I'm secretly working on a project where random people will simply give me money every month and I don't have to do anything to earn it.
But, if I do actually choose to perform some work, then even more random people will give me even more money.
It's like my own private ponzi scheme. :supergrin:

The hightlighted passage contains a danger that the Dungeon advisors wish to call to your attention. If you get even more money by performing SOME work, you may sucumb to the temptation to work ALL the time for ALL the money. This would result in your 10-Ring rep suffering because you are NOT doing ANY partying. Even infinite money is not worth such a knock to your image among the 10-Ringers.

ChuteTheMall
10-20-2011, 20:51
Define even more random people.

Just how random must they be?

If they aren't random enough, can they become more random, or even more random?

:headscratch:

VN350X10
10-20-2011, 21:23
Believe me, they're PLENTY random ! Almost random enough to qualify for Penthouse status (or lack thereof)
Or would that be Rambling ? status.

to the Batmobile !:faint:

MinervaDoe
10-21-2011, 00:09
Just how random must they be?

Very Random.

to the Batmobile !:faint:
We have a Batmobile? Why doesn't anybody tell me these things? Is there a waiting list?

G33
10-21-2011, 04:06
Very Random.


We have a Batmobile? Why doesn't anybody tell me these things? Is there a waiting list?

Jes!
See Mongo.
:wavey::wavey:

MinervaDoe
10-21-2011, 10:32
Jes!
See Mongo.
:wavey::wavey:
I heard that he swallowed the keys and several Ten Ringers were following him around with the appropriate equipment to effect a recovery. :faint:

MinervaDoe
10-21-2011, 11:06
This just in: SCRABBLE SCANDAL !!!

At the Scrabble World Championships, a Thai player accused a British player of cheating by concealing a letter "g" tile on his person. The Thai player demanded a strip search for this possible contraband. Tournament officials declined this demand.

Sort of makes the 10-Ring look docile by comparison.
OMG, I found an article on this one.
http://www.usatoday.com/news/offbeat/story/2011-10-18/missing-scrabble-letter/50814520/1?csp=34news&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+UsatodaycomOffbeat-TopStories+%28News+-+Offbeat+-+Top+Stories%29&utm_content=My+Yahoo

MinervaDoe
10-21-2011, 11:08
Define even more random people.

Just how random must they be?
Okay, I'll answer. I was taking the fifth, but I changed my mind.

They must be Science Fiction fans.

_The_Shadow
10-21-2011, 12:07
While observing the Particle Zoo, a couple of baryons and quarks stepped out, So I snapped a few photons of the exotic particles of muons and neutrinos for the penthouse, so to put a spin on things...as I looked over the fermions, then saw vector and scalar boson sitting in the corner with other antiparticles. It was time to call upon Higgs to shed some light on this dark matter!

It turns out they were just having an anti-matter social...:faint:
:drunk:

G33
10-21-2011, 14:11
I heard that he swallowed the keys and several Ten Ringers were following him around with the appropriate equipment to effect a recovery. :faint:

Exquisitely bad idea!
:wavey::rofl:

_The_Shadow
10-21-2011, 14:29
I heard that he swallowed the keys and several Ten Ringers were following him around with the appropriate equipment to effect a recovery. :faint:

They might want to have something like this for the recovery effort! :wow:

http://l.thumbs.canstockphoto.com/canstock6390604.jpg

MinervaDoe
10-21-2011, 14:57
Fortunately, it turns out it was a false alarm. He just said he swallowed them, and later when he found them, he admitted it.
Big relief 'eh?

VN350X10
10-21-2011, 19:19
nobody ever ASKED if we had a Batmobile. :dunno:
I could have told you, but did you ask ?

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !

Mongo said he wanted one, so we acquired one for him. Geo Barris probably made about 20 of them, they're not really rare. Built up from a Lincoln Conny frame. The 1st was built from the old Lincoln "Futura" show car. All the rest are "replicas", there's one about 2 miles from me,:wavey: down the street at the Volo Auto Museum.

uncle

_The_Shadow
10-21-2011, 19:43
Jingle bells, Batman smells
Robin laid an egg.
The Batmobile lost its wheel
And the Joker got away.
Hey!

ChuteTheMall
10-21-2011, 21:29
I was taking the fifth, but I changed my mind.



You shoulda stopped after a pint.:drunk:

samurairabbi
10-22-2011, 04:17
You shoulda stopped after a pint.:drunk:

I offer the Dungeon philosophy for alcoholic beverage consumption: I can drink any given amount ... as long as it's given!

VN350X10
10-22-2011, 16:51
And an Irishman is not drunk,:faint: so long as he can reach out & grasp a blade of grass to keep from falling off the face of the Earth.

MinervaDoe
10-22-2011, 17:16
nobody ever ASKED if we had a Batmobile. :dunno:
I could have told you, but did you ask ?

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !

Mongo said he wanted one, so we acquired one for him. Geo Barris probably made about 20 of them, they're not really rare. Built up from a Lincoln Conny frame. The 1st was built from the old Lincoln "Futura" show car. All the rest are "replicas", there's one about 2 miles from me,:wavey: down the street at the Volo Auto Museum.

uncle
Well, when my ten year old son was much younger, we dubbed my 98 Lincoln Mark VIII the Turtle Mobile. Does that count?

At least, so far, Mongo has never asked to borrow it. He seems to prefer cars named after mammals (Bat-Mobiles, Mustangs, Pintos, Bisons, Broncos, Cougars, Impalas, Rabbits).

the Volo Auto Museum
That sounds cool. My best local museum is the gun display room at the Winchester Mystery House.

VN350X10
10-22-2011, 17:21
You fully realise that we could have built a Bat-Mobile Replica out of that Lincoln ! :rofl:

VN350X10
10-22-2011, 17:23
I think that the Volo Museum has a web sight.
If not, I'll have to harass the brothers that own it....went to high school with one of them !



uncle

MinervaDoe
10-22-2011, 17:30
You know that sounds like Volvo Museum. With all these inebriated 10 ringers, there is sure to be some confusion.

Ooh, they do have a batmobile. I remember going to San Carlos to see that as a kid (as well as the 007 Aston Martin).

http://volocars.com/

MinervaDoe
10-22-2011, 17:31
Alright, they have Betty Boop burgers. I'll have two.

http://volocars.com/attractions.htm

VN350X10
10-22-2011, 17:32
And Barris himself shows up 2 or 3 times a year ! Old man STILL draws a crowd.

They also have a miitary vehicle collection.

Bullman
10-22-2011, 18:02
And an Irishman is not drunk,:faint: so long as he can reach out & grasp a blade of grass to keep from falling off the face of the Earth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB4rzGdqQSk

samurairabbi
10-22-2011, 19:21
An interesting complement to a batmobile would be the reworked Lincoln from "Animal House"; that turret is worthy of a 10mm.

MinervaDoe
10-22-2011, 19:50
The animal house Lincoln doesn't make it to this page.
http://lincolneffect.in/lincoln-continental-car.html

samurairabbi
10-22-2011, 20:01
The animal house Lincoln doesn't make it to this page.
http://lincolneffect.in/lincoln-continental-car.html

Clearly that website lacks the 10-Ring appreciation for savoring the subtle nuances of temporal existence.

MinervaDoe
10-22-2011, 20:51
Clearly that website lacks the 10-Ring appreciation for savoring the subtle nuances of temporal existence.
Yup, you gots to learn to flow with it.

http://images.cheezburger.com/completestore/2011/10/22/b2523f30-5e95-43bb-9fa2-104b67fb8ba8.jpg

VN350X10
10-22-2011, 21:07
flow ? looks more like terminal slow to me !

Is it true that catz are solar powered & that's why they sleep in the sun so much ? :dunno:

_The_Shadow
10-22-2011, 21:08
Lazy cat! :cat: Probably ate the mouse for the computer!

VN350X10
10-22-2011, 21:13
Lazy, or just energy-efficient ?

_The_Shadow
10-23-2011, 15:49
I thought I was having and outer body experience...I was beside myself!
Turns out I was just out done with myself!:shocked:

MinervaDoe
10-23-2011, 20:26
I thought I was having and outer body experience...I was beside myself!
Turns out I was just out done with myself!:shocked:
Yeah, the first thing that gives away that I'm not having an out of body experience is when I notice that I'm all achy.

VN350X10
10-23-2011, 22:04
as bad as my body is, if I ever have an out-of-body, my spirit will probably want a newer model...or at least a factory re-build !...:rofl:

_The_Shadow
10-24-2011, 10:29
Here lately, our bodies seem to be a barometer, that can tell the changes in the weather...

My Cajun barometer....it's a piece of rope with a crawfish hanging on it in the back yard.
If I can see it, the sun's up and if I can't see it, the sun has set.
If it's wet, it's raining outside, if its white/cold it is snowing....if it's flopping from side to side, it's windy...if you can hardly see the crawfish it is foggy!...if the crawfish is straight out it maybe a hurricane!...if the crawfish is gone it was a tronado!

Bullman
10-24-2011, 12:25
Now that is pretty high tech right there.

VN350X10
10-24-2011, 17:20
I thought if the crawdad was gone, it were a fish boil ?

_The_Shadow
10-24-2011, 17:48
I thought if the crawdad was gone, it were a fish boil ?

Yes, Crawfish Boil Gone Wild! :wow:

VN350X10
10-24-2011, 19:25
works for me !

samurairabbi
10-24-2011, 19:41
works for me !

Same here ... as long as the Dungeon gets its cut of the crawfish take!

VN350X10
10-24-2011, 19:46
Remember, just break off the head & suck out the juice ! :wow:

G33
10-25-2011, 15:52
Remember, just break off the head & suck out the juice ! :wow:

Work on Troopers??
:faint::rofl:

samurairabbi
10-25-2011, 15:57
Work on Troopers??
:faint::rofl:

Uh oh! Now Twee-Twee has that thought in her head! We in deep doo-doo!

Another memory just popped into my consciousness. I once saw a woman wearing this t-shirt caption: The best kind of man is a gingerbread cookie man - he's quiet, he's sweet, and if he gives me any crap I can bite his head off!

VN350X10
10-25-2011, 19:37
Don't worry about Geesie.....:wavey:



Mongo put her up to it ! :shocked:

Geesie just bites the neck......:embarassed:

_The_Shadow
10-25-2011, 20:04
Uh oh! Now Twee-Twee has that thought in her head! We in deep doo-doo!

Another memory just popped into my consciousness. I once saw a woman wearing this t-shirt caption: The best kind of man is a gingerbread cookie man - he's quiet, he's sweet, and if he gives me any crap I can bite his head off!

There were a few young ladies chatting the other day and they were discussing the nickname they called their man...
1st one said she called her man DR. Pepper...he's ready at 10 - 2 and 4!
2nd one said she called her man 7UP...crisp and clean!
The 3rd one said she called her man Southern Comfort...

The other two said why you call your man Southern Comfort? That's a Liquor isn't it?
The 3rd one said yea you right honey!!!:wow:

MinervaDoe
10-25-2011, 20:08
:supergrin: Fixed it for you.
There were a few young ladies chatting the other day and they were discussing the nickname they called their man...
1st one said she called her man DR. Pepper...he's ready at 10 - 2 and 4!
2nd one said she called her man 7UP...crisp and clean!
The 3rd one said she called her man Johnny Walker...

The other two said why you call your man Johnny Walker? That's a Liquor isn't it?
The 3rd one said yea you right honey!!!:wow:

Two Guns
10-25-2011, 20:16
There were a few young ladies chatting the other day and they were discussing the nickname they called their man...
1st one said she called her man DR. Pepper...he's ready at 10 - 2 and 4!
2nd one said she called her man 7UP...crisp and clean!
The 3rd one said she called her man Southern Comfort...

The other two said why you call your man Southern Comfort? That's a Liquor isn't it?
The 3rd one said yea you right honey!!!:wow:

That is a good one man.:rofl:

VN350X10
10-25-2011, 20:21
sounds like time for a Lagoon run....

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10-25-2011, 20:40
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:rofl:

samurairabbi
10-25-2011, 20:41
sounds like time for a Lagoon run....

But then, it's always time for a lagoon run!

_The_Shadow
10-25-2011, 21:09
:beer: NS :beer: for everyone!...Samurai Rabbi is buying with ChutetheMall's money! :supergrin:

samurairabbi
10-25-2011, 21:49
:beer: NS :beer: for everyone!...Samurai Rabbi is buying with ChutetheMall's money! :supergrin:

Good recovery, Shadow! The Dungeon financial types were perturbed by your ORIGINAL post; we object to mandatory allocation of our embezzled take.

VN350X10
10-26-2011, 19:31
If Rabbi's buying, it must be BeerThirty ! :wavey:

Taterhead
10-26-2011, 19:47
If Rabbi's buying, it must be BeerThirty ! :wavey:

I just got back from the bathroom. Did I miss it?

samurairabbi
10-26-2011, 20:07
If Rabbi's buying, it must be BeerThirty ! :wavey:

If Rabbi's buying, it must be because I'm masking embezzlement overages due to errors in applying depreciation schedules. My bad.

_The_Shadow
10-26-2011, 21:27
I was taking a chunky dip :drowning: in the Lagoon, where's my beer? :cheers:

No it is Chutethemall's turn to buy with those mall dollars! :drunk:

samurairabbi
10-27-2011, 13:40
No it is Chutethemall's turn to buy with those mall dollars! :drunk:

Hmmmmm ... mall financeer ... Is that like mall ninja?

MinervaDoe
10-27-2011, 16:25
I just got back from the bathroom. Did I miss it?
I'll go check the floor in front of the toilet and let you know.

samurairabbi
10-27-2011, 16:37
I'll go check the floor in front of the toilet and let you know.
Touche'!

Taterhead
10-27-2011, 16:53
I'll go check the floor in front of the toilet and let you know.


:rofl:

Please don't tell my wife.

MinervaDoe
10-27-2011, 17:28
Touche'!

:supergrin:

http://www.wingnuttoons.com/touchedum.jpg

MinervaDoe
10-27-2011, 17:29
:rofl:

Please don't tell my wife.
She'll figure it out.

_The_Shadow
10-27-2011, 18:45
Man what a day! Started a project of cleaning out a sink drain...fished with a small wire and hooked on to a ball of hair and junk, fished a little more and got some more out! Well I went in one more time to see if I got it all, Damn the wire went right thru the old Pee Trap (old chrome plated brass), water everywhere! Started cleaning that mess up, Oh PITA!

Trip to Home Depot to get Pee Trap, got the 1 1/4", got back and O hell, The old one was 1 1/4" tube from the sink but 1 1/2" to the wall...Back to Home Depot to pick up the 1 1/2" Pee Trap (it has the small adaptor to go from 1 1/4" to 1 /12")...Got it all back together without leaks too! Done!

I'm not a plumber but plumbers need to know three things...
1-Crap, doo doo, poo poo, dosen't run uphill!
2-Payday is on Friday!
3-Never chew your finger nails!

Then started back working on my shop! Finished the roofing and facicia boards...Worn out now!

_The_Shadow
10-27-2011, 18:47
Someone please pass me a Brew!:cheers:

MinervaDoe
10-27-2011, 18:56
I'm not a plumber but plumbers need to know three things...
1-Crap, doo doo, poo poo, dosen't run uphill!
2-Payday is on Friday!
3-Never chew your finger nails!

Someone please pass me a Brew!:cheers:

Might I suggest that you use a straw today? :whistling:

_The_Shadow
10-27-2011, 20:10
Make it a LOOOONG STRAWWWW so I don't have to move much!

samurairabbi
10-27-2011, 20:36
Make it a LOOOONG STRAWWWW so I don't have to move much!

The Dungeon technical people provide an excellent pumping capability to alleviate such demeaning predicaments.

VN350X10
10-27-2011, 20:59
Interesting.....
I see that we're on page 5.56 !

samurairabbi
10-27-2011, 23:40
Interesting.....
I see that we're on page 5.56 !

The senior fogies on this thread will throw a blowout when we reach page 762.

A story from last weekend's gun show, submitted for your amusement:

At the NRA table, a guy walks up and asks for a "I'm the NRA, and I vote!" bumper sticker. The rep starts his sign-up spiel, but the guy says he just wants the sticker for his car. Why? He drives a Prius, and he's tired of all the catcalls he gets from other drivers. He figures an NRA sticker on his bumper may cut down the harrassment.

The rep gave him the sticker.

_The_Shadow
10-28-2011, 08:59
That's funny! Sounds like a Jeff Dunham line!

There have been quite a few insecure guys hanging the big plastic balls (some are larger than others) from the bottom of their trucks back bumper, I suspect that it either makes their truck or themselves appear more macho!

Maybe it gives the dogs something to sniff!

MinervaDoe
10-28-2011, 12:05
Maybe it gives the dogs something to sniff!
Yeah, but after they sniff it, they pee on it.
I suppose in the grand scheme of things, it all adds to the realism of the scenario.

samurairabbi
10-28-2011, 20:37
I submit a philosophical question for consideration at the next Lagoon blowout:

What would the dog do, if he ever actually DID catch the car?

ChuteTheMall
10-28-2011, 20:45
I submit a philosophical question for consideration at the next Lagoon blowout:

What would the dog do, if he ever actually DID catch the car?


Dampen a sidewall.

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samurairabbi
10-28-2011, 21:02
Dampen a sidewall.
While the car is moving? THAT would be an accomplishment!

_The_Shadow
10-28-2011, 21:23
You know if you hook a wrag or towel to the wheel so it flops as the wheel spins and the dog bites it it will do a number on him! OUCH!

samurairabbi
10-28-2011, 21:32
double tap

samurairabbi
10-28-2011, 21:34
You know if you hook a wrag or towel to the wheel so it flops as the wheel spins and the dog bites it it will do a number on him! OUCH!
Sometimes the Dungeon staff will slip a TWO-handled beerstein in front of an inebriated 10-Ringer (pardon my redundancy) and watch the puzzlement on his face as he considers which hand to use to chug it.

_The_Shadow
10-28-2011, 21:54
Sometimes the Dungeon staff will slip a TWO-handled beerstein in front of an inebriated 10-Ringer (pardon my redundancy) and watch the puzzlement on his face as he considers which hand to use to chug it.

Hummm! I would rather a natural two busted "NS" dispenser...Hello! :whistling:

VN350X10
10-28-2011, 22:39
advise NOT attempt dog trick if :

1) Dog is Great Dane or larger
2) You're the driver of a "Smart car"

samurairabbi
10-29-2011, 00:15
Hummm! I would rather a natural two busted "NS" dispenser...Hello! :whistling:
Clever repartee'! ... indeed worthy of a salacious 10-Ringer (pardon my redundancy).

Bullman
10-29-2011, 06:53
That's funny! Sounds like a Jeff Dunham line!

There have been quite a few insecure guys hanging the big plastic balls (some are larger than others) from the bottom of their trucks back bumper, I suspect that it either makes their truck or themselves appear more macho!

Maybe it gives the dogs something to sniff!

Yeah, but after they sniff it, they pee on it.
I suppose in the grand scheme of things, it all adds to the realism of the scenario.

I recently found myself in this very scenerio while trying to serve a few indictments. I find it a bit disconcerting to have a very large pit bull sniffing on something that I prefer to remain attached to my body. I let him know, without showing fear, that if he were to do anything untoward towards me, it would result in an immediate, fatal case of lead poisoning.

samurairabbi
10-29-2011, 12:56
I let him know, without showing fear, that if he were to do anything untoward towards me, it would result in an immediate, fatal case of lead poisoning.

I suggest you get with the times, Bull. Lead is passe'; tungsten is the new wave!

Bullman
10-29-2011, 16:06
While it may be the new wave the sheriff isn't hip to it yet. Lead is what he gives me.

ChuteTheMall
10-29-2011, 18:11
Does a pit bull understand the concept of lead poisoning?

:odie:

VN350X10
10-29-2011, 18:15
they're smart dogs, they can be taught !

ChuteTheMall
10-29-2011, 18:58
http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/2530/smartdog.jpg (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/259/smartdog.jpg/)

If dogs are so smart, why do they always lose at chess?

:headscratch:

Bullman
10-29-2011, 19:06
Does a pit bull understand the concept of lead poisoning?

:odie:

I don't care if he understands or not as long as he leaves the jewels be. If he don't, he will have a quick, short, final tutorial on it and I am sure he will flunk the test.

samurairabbi
10-29-2011, 19:10
http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/2530/smartdog.jpg (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/259/smartdog.jpg/)

If dogs are so smart, why do they always lose at chess?

:headscratch:

Because they cannot master timeclock management late in important tournament games.

VN350X10
10-29-2011, 19:55
nonsense......
they think that the Rook is actually a fire hydrant !

MinervaDoe
10-29-2011, 21:29
nonsense......
they think that the Rook is actually a fire hydrant !
It's not?
Ruh roh!!

VN350X10
10-30-2011, 13:25
and you wondered WHY the board was always damp ?!?

samurairabbi
10-30-2011, 13:32
and you wondered WHY the board was always damp ?!?
That is one of the few advantages dogs have when playing against humans in chess tournaments: the rules preclude only HUMAN players from piddling on the board!

VN350X10
10-30-2011, 14:21
I will have to look into that rule a bit more.....


I may have overlooked a potential advantage !

samurairabbi
10-30-2011, 17:29
I will have to look into that rule a bit more.....

I may have overlooked a potential advantage !

I suggest leaving THAT move to the dogs.

Instead, grope your opponent's queen.

VN350X10
10-30-2011, 17:39
with MY luck, she'd look more like the King !

_The_Shadow
10-30-2011, 18:03
with MY luck, she'd look more like the King !

Some of them today you can't tell, the outer package is structured in such a way to decive you and then there are some with surgical augmentation...go figure! :dunno:

It's NOT NICE TO FOOL MOTHER NATURE!

ChuteTheMall
10-30-2011, 18:09
"Mongo just fire hydrant in game of chess."

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It was you, I saw it on the Internet.:badpc:

samurairabbi
10-30-2011, 18:38
"Mongo just fire hydrant in game of chess."

Ahh, yes! Chess's finest hollywood moment:

You are my guest, I am your host, what is your pleasure?

Play chess ... screw.

Let's play chess!

VN350X10
10-30-2011, 19:53
:dunno:

samurairabbi
10-30-2011, 20:02
:dunno:
Indecision may be the key to flexibility ... I think.

Taterhead
10-30-2011, 21:32
Indecision may be the key to flexibility ... I think.

What's with all the rigidity? :dunno:

samurairabbi
10-30-2011, 21:47
What's with all the rigidity? :dunno:
Anarchists! ... Unite!

Nihilists! ... Get Organized!

G33
10-31-2011, 08:02
What's with all the rigidity? :dunno:

Want to see Rigid....?
:rofl::tongueout:

_The_Shadow
10-31-2011, 09:40
http://www.ridgid.com/assets/images/logo.gif

_The_Shadow
10-31-2011, 09:44
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Taterhead
10-31-2011, 10:33
Want to see Rigid....?
:rofl::tongueout:

Ummm. Gulp.

Should I report to the chamber, then?

samurairabbi
10-31-2011, 12:10
Want to see Rigid....?
:rofl::tongueout:
I turned on the computer today, and went to this thread to check the accumulated traffic. I saw your vulgar post with its boorish salacious double entendre' presentation!











Well played!

G33
10-31-2011, 15:32
:supergrin::supergrin::supergrin:

engineer151515
10-31-2011, 17:49
:supergrin::supergrin::supergrin:

Happy Halloween Gee.

From . . . The Dungeon Engineering Crew.













Who live in a dungeon















Brew beer in a dungeon
















Eat, sleep and drink in a dungeon....










Hell, we're all about Halloween.:alien::drink:

_The_Shadow
10-31-2011, 18:46
Gee, I'm glad you liked the avatar, I picked out for you! You wear it in style!

Happy Halloween
http://i1086.photobucket.com/albums/j441/_The_Shadow/G33-1.jpg

_The_Shadow
10-31-2011, 19:53
http://i1086.photobucket.com/albums/j441/_The_Shadow/The10Ring-1.jpg
Happy Halloween

VN350X10
10-31-2011, 19:54
:rofl:

bac1023
10-31-2011, 20:45
Gee, I'm glad you liked the avatar, I picked out for you! You wear it in style!

Happy Halloween
http://i1086.photobucket.com/albums/j441/_The_Shadow/G33-1.jpg

:rofl:

G33
10-31-2011, 21:39
Hugs to all you guys!
:wavey::supergrin:

samurairabbi
11-01-2011, 05:23
Hugs to all you guys!
:wavey::supergrin:

Oh no! We're in trouble! ... Wait a minute. Okay, never mind. For a moment I had thought you said THUGS to all you guys!

ChuteTheMall
11-01-2011, 05:51
Want to see Rigid....?
:rofl::tongueout:

Hugs to all you guys!
:wavey::supergrin:

I think it moved.
:banana:

samurairabbi
11-01-2011, 17:17
I think it moved.
:banana:

What a moving story! (weep! ... sob! ... choke!)

_The_Shadow
11-01-2011, 18:05
Want to see Rigid....?
:rofl:http://glocktalk.com/forums/images/smilies/tongue%20out.gif
Hugs to all you guys!
:wavey::supergrin:

She moves me to rigidity! :odie:

VN350X10
11-01-2011, 20:29
remember, one must be respectful of Geesie, lest Mongo becomes irate !


trust me, you wouldn't like Mongo if he becomes irate.....:steamed:

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11-01-2011, 20:31
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:rofl:

Well, all rigidy then.
:supergrin:

_The_Shadow
11-02-2011, 13:17
This guy has an explantion for Who, What, How, When and Why 10 Ring and TARDIS is possible and works like it does...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIS5n9Oyzsc

Therefore I invited a few friends over for a Lagoon Blowout Party watch the video of them coming to the event...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9tWZB7OUSU&feature=related

VN350X10
11-02-2011, 18:24
if TARDIS were that simple, EVERYBODY would have one ! :tongueout:

samurairabbi
11-02-2011, 18:33
if TARDIS were that simple, EVERYBODY would have one ! :tongueout:

Just as well; how depressing it would be if the mundane common rabble became capable of time travel!

Of course, it MIGHT expand the breadth of the Dungeon embezzlement operation; truly a difficult call under pressure.

VN350X10
11-02-2011, 18:39
more likely, the unwashed rabble would pollute our Lagoon.....

samurairabbi
11-02-2011, 20:26
more likely, the unwashed rabble would pollute our Lagoon.....

The Dungeon admin types have this contingency covered. If the unwashed rabble WERE to show up, we would divert them to other facilities with generous offers of convenience store dishwater beer; they could never resist THAT incentive! The cost to the 10-Ring Facility operation would be well within the overhead allowance for maintaining the tone of our superb partying operation.

ChuteTheMall
11-02-2011, 20:48
If the unwashed rabble WERE to show up, we would divert them to other facilities with generous offers of convenience store dishwater beer;

Put them in the retardis and send them back to 8:40 AM.

samurairabbi
11-03-2011, 09:00
Put them in the retardis and send them back to 8:40 AM.

I counsel caution in considering such an action. The AM operation IS a subsidiary operation to the main PM setup; dumping on it may stunt growth in that newly established aspect of the 10-Ring juggernaut.

VN350X10
11-03-2011, 19:28
stunt growth my foot....
the real question is HOW much will it interfere with our skimming operation ???

will it cut into our 37% ?

MinervaDoe
11-03-2011, 20:05
if TARDIS were that simple, EVERYBODY would have one ! :tongueout:
That would complicate the inbreeding scene quite a bit wouldn't it.

samurairabbi
11-03-2011, 21:09
stunt growth my foot....
the real question is HOW much will it interfere with our skimming operation ???

will it cut into our 37% ?

C'mon, Unkle! You know our cut is 39%; the only time it has been as low as 37% was during the capitalization amortization supporting the radical expansion of the Engineering N-Sweat operation to keep up with demand.

And what's with this skimming terminology! You reamed me out with a number three oversize on MY last use of that term. Perhaps you should consider maintaining a suitable linguistic tone on YOUR end of the commentary!

Bullman
11-03-2011, 22:58
Well, there was that one time we had to pay off Uncle's parking tickets when he double parked the tardis in front of the colliseum. Everyone thought the parking meter was debuted in Oklahoma City, who knew the Romans had them first :dunno:

samurairabbi
11-03-2011, 23:04
Well, there was that one time we had to pay off Uncle's parking tickets when he double parked the tardis in front of the colliseum. Everyone thought the parking meter was debuted in Oklahoma City, who knew the Romans had them first :dunno:

Oh yeah! That was a punch to the ol' balance sheet. By the time we caught up with the situation, Unkle had racked up parking fines totaling 14 Talents ... PAYABLE IN GOLD! Blew our cash flow all to hell for the rest of the week!

Taterhead
11-03-2011, 23:26
Oh yeah! That was a punch to the ol' balance sheet. By the time we caught up with the situation, Unkle had racked up parking fines totaling 14 Talents ... PAYABLE IN GOLD! Blew our cash flow all to hell for the rest of the week!

For any potential fiscal shortfalls, our comrades over at the OWS have come up with somewhat of a remarkable breakthrough. They are calling it "re-imagined currency." The idea is that one can take just about any object and re-imagine it as currency. Four dollar bills seem to be the most common denomination.

This might be an new outlet for embezz... er... skim... er uh... administrative management revenue.

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2011, 05:17
Well, there was that one time we had to pay off Uncle's parking tickets when he double parked the tardis in front of the colliseum. Everyone thought the parking meter was debuted in Oklahoma City, who knew the Romans had them first :dunno:

RTFM!

When in ancient Rome, park in the shade where the sundial-parking meters don't function.

:suntan:

Bullman
11-04-2011, 05:53
RTFM!

When in ancient Rome, park in the shade where the sundial-parking meters don't function.

:suntan:

Now he tells us, you should try figuring the exchange rates in talents while figuring stock market gold prices in another dimension, took us weeks to get that straightened out.

_The_Shadow
11-04-2011, 09:36
For any potential fiscal shortfalls, our comrades over at the OWS have come up with somewhat of a remarkable breakthrough. They are calling it "re-imagined currency." The idea is that one can take just about any object and re-imagine it as currency. Four dollar bills seem to be the most common denomination.

This might be an new outlet for embezz... er... skim... er uh... administrative management revenue.

Re-imagine it as currency...This sort of reminds me of what happened to the GOLD at Fort Knox! :wow:

Taterhead
11-04-2011, 10:26
This sort of reminds me of what happened to the GOLD at Fort Knox! :wow:

Psst... You might be able to find it stashed in samurairabbi's footlocker. Just a hunch.

samurairabbi
11-04-2011, 12:50
Psst... You might be able to find it stashed in samurairabbi's footlocker. Just a hunch.
I resent your insolent slur on my character! The only contents of my footlocker are ... shoes!

The Fort Knox gold is stashed in an obscure corner of the Dungeon administative offices. Don't worry, if anything were to happen to me, Tazz knows how to get to the stash (the gold, not the shoes).

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2011, 16:21
Now he tells us, you should try figuring the exchange rates in talents while figuring stock market gold prices in another dimension, took us weeks to get that straightened out.

Any talented Roman accountant worth his salt could cipher that.

MinervaDoe
11-04-2011, 16:35
RTFM!

When in ancient Rome, park in the shade where the sundial-parking meters don't function.

:suntan:
You could also claim your sundial wristwatch wasn't working too. Of course, since a citation would have you being featured in the lion show at the Colliseum, you might want to leave a little wiggle room and put a couple of extra dupondius in the meter.

I just got back from a vacation in ancient Rome and I have to confess that the Heart of Gold almost got a speeding ticket on a couple of occassions.

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2011, 17:00
You could also claim your sundial wristwatch wasn't working too.

No, it's a waterproof divers' model with a luminous dial. No problems.:banana:

samurairabbi
11-04-2011, 17:07
No, it's a waterproof divers' model with a luminous dial. No problems.:banana:
One possible problem: the luminous wristwatch sundial vane might scratch you someplace vital during a pitstop.

MinervaDoe
11-04-2011, 17:24
I've always found that the sundial watches catch the wind.

Bullman
11-04-2011, 17:45
Psst... You might be able to find it stashed in samurairabbi's footlocker. Just a hunch.

I resent your insolent slur on my character! The only contents of my footlocker are ... shoes!

The Fort Knox gold is stashed in an obscure corner of the Dungeon administative offices. Don't worry, if anything were to happen to me, Tazz knows how to get to the stash (the gold, not the shoes).

Minus the parking fees of course.:whistling:

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2011, 17:47
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ChuteTheMall
11-04-2011, 17:49
I've always found that the sundial watches catch the wind.

I wear a windbreaker when breaking wind to leeward.

VN350X10
11-04-2011, 18:07
But Geesie knows how to get the shoes !

And I was ASSURED that the spot that I parked was a free zone. The little man wearing the sheet that looked like an "Animal House" extra told me it was alright...

you mean I've been shortchanged on 2% ? I'll have to go "back" and correct this gross error.....to the tune of an extra 12% (the 2% + a 10% gratuity)

uncle

_The_Shadow
11-04-2011, 18:31
I wear a windbreaker when breaking wind to leeward.

You might need one of those fire resistant windbreakers!
http://i01.i.aliimg.com/photo/v0/50099067/Safety_Fire_Proof_Suit.summ.jpg

MinervaDoe
11-04-2011, 20:04
I wear a windbreaker when breaking wind to leeward.
I find windbreakers get all puffed up when they fill up with the wind.

MinervaDoe
11-04-2011, 20:06
But Geesie knows how to get the shoes !

And I was ASSURED that the spot that I parked was a free zone. The little man wearing the sheet that looked like an "Animal House" extra told me it was alright...

you mean I've been shortchanged on 2% ? I'll have to go "back" and correct this gross error.....to the tune of an extra 12% (the 2% + a 10% gratuity)

uncle
The problem with time travel is that the interest will kill you.

_The_Shadow
11-04-2011, 20:12
At least if wearing the fire resistant suit if the wind found an ignition source, others might be protected as the wind burned inside the suit! Something to be said for windburn!

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2011, 20:16
The problem with time travel is that the interest will kill you.

Here's $35, bring me back an ounce of gold.:cool:

samurairabbi
11-04-2011, 20:24
Here's $35, bring me back an ounce of gold.:cool:
You're on! And at that price, the Dungeon will waive our cut of the take!

Taterhead
11-04-2011, 21:09
At least if wearing the fire resistant suit if the wind found an ignition source, others might be protected as the wind burned inside the suit! Something to be said for windburn!

Good way to take care of that unwanted back hair problem.

Angry Fist
11-04-2011, 21:13
I find windbreakers get all puffed up when they fill up with the wind.
Gimpsuit + Pico de Gallo + beeeer.

samurairabbi
11-04-2011, 21:28
At least if wearing the fire resistant suit if the wind found an ignition source, others might be protected as the wind burned inside the suit! Something to be said for windburn!
I suggest seeking counsel from the wisdom of the sixties:

The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind.

Bullman
11-04-2011, 21:46
You're on! And at that price, the Dungeon will waive our cut of the take!

Hey, wait just a second here..... what if we keep going back and buying the same ounce of gold for 35 bucks, and bring it back. Do we keep bringing back the same ounce? lets say we keep going back but a day earlier and keep buying the same ounce and bring it back, will we accumulate a lot of gold or will we be throwing our money away?:dunno:

samurairabbi
11-04-2011, 22:22
Hey, wait just a second here..... what if we keep going back and buying the same ounce of gold for 35 bucks, and bring it back. Do we keep bringing back the same ounce? lets say we keep going back but a day earlier and keep buying the same ounce and bring it back, will we accumulate a lot of gold or will we be throwing our money away?:dunno:

The 10-Ringers value raucous inebriated debauched partying more than accumulating wealth for the sake of accumulating wealth. So I think this recursion loop will not become troublesome.

G33
11-05-2011, 03:37
Sometimes...nearly always...Mongo, the Borg Queen and I wonder how the Federation ever survived with human rather than Ferengi accountants.
:faint::supergrin:

Bullman
11-05-2011, 08:16
Mongo should talk, he started that whole parking fiasco thing by kicking the wheels off that chariot parked next to the tardis. It's not like it had tires man, I was trying to tell you. No one ever listens to me. Must be why I got married, so I would have someone around that wouldn't listen to me on a permanent basis.

Bullman
11-05-2011, 08:16
Guess I just need to have another beer.

G33
11-05-2011, 08:51
Mongo should talk, he started that whole parking fiasco thing by kicking the wheels off that chariot parked next to the tardis. It's not like it had tires man, I was trying to tell you. No one ever listens to me. Must be why I got married, so I would have someone around that wouldn't listen to me on a permanent basis.

What did you say?
:whistling::wavey:

_The_Shadow
11-05-2011, 09:00
It was mentioned that TARDIS was not to be used for monetary gains! :upeyes: If I am wrong, so be it! Also if I was miss informed, maybe Geesse could swing by an establishment and pick up an assortment of Bren Tens from the past for me. :supergrin: Or if out for a spin in the future maybe she could round up a few VLTOR/Fortis Bren Tens...of course this may wind up way into the future! :wow:

MinervaDoe
11-05-2011, 12:50
Here's $35, bring me back an ounce of gold.:cool:
With a time machine, and $35.00, I could bring you back the deed to the Carlin-Nevada Gold Mine .
Hindsight is 20-20.

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/243787/20111104/10-biggest-gold-mines-world.htm

samurairabbi
11-05-2011, 14:20
It was mentioned that TARDIS was not to be used for monetary gains! :upeyes: If I am wrong, so be it! Also if I was miss informed, maybe Geesse could swing by an establishment and pick up an assortment of Bren Tens from the past for me. :supergrin: Or if out for a spin in the future maybe she could round up a few VLTOR/Fortis Bren Tens...of course this may wind up way into the future! :wow:

More important than the Bren Ten guns ... Get some MAGAZINES!

VN350X10
11-05-2011, 17:11
Correct Rabbi, TARDIS cannot be used for monetary gain or the changing of history, so the BrenTens (and magazines) must also stay.
I'd really like to go back & meet the original owner of my AutoMag, to thank him for being afraid to shoot it. Left me with one that I had to break in, but I did so with more modern lubes, so it's MUCH better now.
But I would like to find some more magazines for it, I need at least one more for pin shooting ! Unlike most AutoMag & Bren owners, I actually have the 2 mags that were delivered with my pistol.....:tongueout:

samurairabbi
11-05-2011, 20:26
Correct Rabbi, TARDIS cannot be used for monetary gain or the changing of history, so the BrenTens (and magazines) must also stay.

I think we could qualify for a Humanitarian Merciful Relief waiver to bring back Bren Ten MAGS. Just show videos of the sorrowful BrenTen owners who cannot fire their pistols. As long as we do not SELL the owners the mags, I think the Time Lords would look the other way.

As an aside: I think we have found a benefit to the fracas around events during Hermann Cain's time as the big Kahuna at the National Restaurant Association. For a merciful respite, the general public will see the National Rifle Association as the OTHER NRA.

ChuteTheMall
11-05-2011, 21:10
As an aside: I think we have found a benefit to the fracas around events during Hermann Cain's time as the big Kahuna at the National Restaurant Association. For a merciful respite, the general public will see the National Rifle Association as the OTHER NRA.

The National Rifle Association has never had a sexual harrassment incident; anyone misbehaving gets shot a little.

ChuteTheMall
11-05-2011, 21:10
:supergrin: