Real life tinfoil story...

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by Spec8472 » Tue Apr 10, 2007 5:36 am

Fiferguy wrote:It's kind of like the statement "Free Lobster Tomorrow."
Poor Lobsters. I say Free the Lobsters Now. Have they even been charged with anything, or given adequate defence representation?

I heard they're being kept in Guantanamo [s]bay[/s]tank in appalling conditions and made to wear orange shells all the time.

*ahem* :)
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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by J-Man5 » Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:48 pm

Fiferguy wrote:
Lochar wrote:You do realize that then you're all considering me normal, right?
No, see, everyone else is normal... so to you, everyone but you is normal. :wink: It's very circular logic. It's kind of like the statement "Free Lobster Tomorrow." There's never really any free lobster, because Tomorrow is never now.
Thus if we then reverse this circular logic. Since we all consider everyone else normal and ourselves crazy and since everyone does this thus everyone is considered crazy.

Help! Help! the invisible paranoids are surrounding me.

Never mind me the nice men in white jackets are here with a very comfortable looking jacket and one of them said something about strong hugs. Or was that drugs??!! Not sure. It may not really matter. We may all be a figment of my imagination or someone else's. Ouch that hurt.

See the pretty colors.


fiferguy looks like a fuzzy bunny!!! Lochar and Michael are funny with tinfoil hats. And Fel is speaking Japanese. Wooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!


Bye all!

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by J-Man5 » Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:51 pm

Hey look lobsters in orange jackets. Looks like spec may have had the same visitors I did. Do you know how hard it is to type with your arms wrapped around yourself and only able to use your nose?

It gets really hard to use the shift key.

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by Fiferguy » Wed Apr 11, 2007 3:07 am

They're coming to take me away ha ha,
They're coming to take me away ho ho, ha ha, he he... :twisted:

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by J-Man5 » Wed Apr 11, 2007 3:15 am

Fiferguy wrote:They're coming to take me away ha ha,
They're coming to take me away ho ho, ha ha, he he... :twisted:
You get free rides from guys in white jackets too? See I knew I was normal.

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by Fiferguy » Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:55 pm

J-Man5 wrote:
Fiferguy wrote:They're coming to take me away ha ha,
They're coming to take me away ho ho, ha ha, he he... :twisted:
You get free rides from guys in white jackets too? See I knew I was normal.

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Everyone else is normal, not you... :twisted: And they haven't caught me yet, they're just coming... :mrgreen:

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by michaelsuave » Wed Apr 11, 2007 5:54 pm

Fiferguy wrote:
J-Man5 wrote:
Fiferguy wrote:They're coming to take me away ha ha,
They're coming to take me away ho ho, ha ha, he he... :twisted:
You get free rides from guys in white jackets too? See I knew I was normal.

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Everyone else is normal, not you... :twisted: And they haven't caught me yet, they're just coming... :mrgreen:

All I have to say is... I really love unleashing these random-off-topic monsters on this forum... :twisted: :twisted:
Tin Foil... Still putting down money that its the key for the defeat of the baddies...

Fel, Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Ahhh, its done... dang, now what am I going to read???
New books! Yay! let the nagging begin! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do!...

True, I really have nothing better to do in my free time, I mean, what could be better than reading Fel's stories or being messed with by Spec? Thanks for the fun spec!

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by Fiferguy » Wed Apr 11, 2007 8:57 pm

You have to catch us before you can release us... :twisted:

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by michaelsuave » Tue Apr 17, 2007 6:41 pm

Fiferguy wrote:You have to catch us before you can release us... :twisted:
I'm sorry, I save catch and release for fish and for attractive women... because its always fun when you get to catch them again. :wink:

And fiferguy... you don't fit into either catagory... well maybe the fish one... :? hmmmm (thinks about it*)


P.S. and with this post I hit 300. Woot!! :wink:
Tin Foil... Still putting down money that its the key for the defeat of the baddies...

Fel, Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Ahhh, its done... dang, now what am I going to read???
New books! Yay! let the nagging begin! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do!...

True, I really have nothing better to do in my free time, I mean, what could be better than reading Fel's stories or being messed with by Spec? Thanks for the fun spec!

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by Phantom » Mon May 07, 2007 5:18 pm

michaelsuave wrote:
Fiferguy wrote:You have to catch us before you can release us... :twisted:
I'm sorry, I save catch and release for fish and for attractive women... because its always fun when you get to catch them again. :wink:

And fiferguy... you don't fit into either catagory... well maybe the fish one... :? hmmmm (thinks about it*)


P.S. and with this post I hit 300. Woot!! :wink:

There he goes braging and spining his Fish and Women tales about the ones that got away

Pictures we want Pictures.....

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Re: Real life tinfoil story...

Post by GloriousShamash » Mon May 07, 2007 7:25 pm

I've been looking forward to a spectacular public meltdown from old Tom for years, but he's disappointed me. People are remarkably tolerant of his insanity.

BTW, if the foil just covered the windows, that's just redneck insulation.

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