The Time is Nigh!

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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Killbert-Robby on Thu May 28, 2009 9:26 pm

Rkolter wrote:I'll sell you a bag of antimatter. :shifty:


I'll pay you in anti-cash

Give me ten bucks
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Turnsky on Fri May 29, 2009 8:15 am

Sorry Bec, no armies from me, i'm too busy working on ridiculously over-engineered particle accelerators.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Rkolter on Fri May 29, 2009 10:26 am

Killbert-Robby wrote:
Rkolter wrote:I'll sell you a bag of antimatter. :shifty:


I'll pay you in anti-cash

Give me ten bucks


Oka- hey wait a minute...

*atomizes Killbert-Robby and sells him as a tasty seasoning*
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Risky on Fri May 29, 2009 9:53 pm

What y'need are Linkaras and some nanites.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Laemkral on Fri May 29, 2009 10:23 pm

I am sadly, a lackey. At my best, maybe a suitable general for your armies, but on no level am I a mad scientist.
That being said, Lego doesn't pay what he used to, and some part time work would totally help. Here's my resume. I do great minioning.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Ahaugen on Fri May 29, 2009 11:32 pm

Laemkral wrote:I am sadly, a lackey. At my best, maybe a suitable general for your armies, but on no level am I a mad scientist.
That being said, Lego doesn't pay what he used to, and some part time work would totally help. Here's my resume. I do great minioning.


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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Laemkral on Sat May 30, 2009 7:07 am

Ahaugen wrote:
Laemkral wrote:I am sadly, a lackey. At my best, maybe a suitable general for your armies, but on no level am I a mad scientist.
That being said, Lego doesn't pay what he used to, and some part time work would totally help. Here's my resume. I do great minioning.


I heard you have to join a union to go journeyman


Psh, that's bullshit. The lackey's union hasn't had a spine in decades. I'm not joining no stinkin' union, and there's nothing anyone can do to make me change my mind.

I bet you all expected me to get interrupted by someone from the union. Well, that's not how I-*crack*OH GOD MY KNEES!! I'll sign!! I'll sign!!
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby BrownEyedCat on Sun May 31, 2009 9:29 pm

Turnsky wrote:Sorry Bec, no armies from me, i'm too busy working on ridiculously over-engineered particle accelerators.


I appreciate your concern, but I am perfectly capable of making my own army, I'll have you know!

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Laemkral wrote:I am sadly, a lackey. At my best, maybe a suitable general for your armies, but on no level am I a mad scientist.
That being said, Lego doesn't pay what he used to, and some part time work would totally help. Here's my resume. I do great minioning.


I dunno if I can afford to hire you as a full-time general, but my army will no doubt need some instruction in military maneuvers and your Army-ness is unqualified! I'll keep in touch.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Phact0rri on Sun May 31, 2009 11:20 pm

I would like to point out that, when one creates robotic(and other types of synthetic lifeforms) soldiers to remember you have created an artificial life... and they deserve the same love and consideration as a real soldier.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Dracomax on Mon Jun 01, 2009 5:22 am

Phact0rri wrote:I would like to point out that, when one creates robotic(and other types of synthetic lifeforms) soldiers to remember you have created an artificial life... and they deserve the same love and consideration as a real soldier.

so, going by history, none whatsoever?
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby BrownEyedCat on Mon Jun 08, 2009 9:39 pm

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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Rkolter on Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:04 am

... is... is that a flux capacitor?

What are you doing with a flux capacitor?
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby BrownEyedCat on Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:09 pm

Rkolter wrote:... is... is that a flux capacitor?

What are you doing with a flux capacitor?


...Is that what that is? I've been using it to prop up my end-table!

...

*pours more tacky glue on it*
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Rkolter on Tue Jun 09, 2009 6:02 pm

BrownEyedCat wrote:
Rkolter wrote:... is... is that a flux capacitor?

What are you doing with a flux capacitor?


...Is that what that is? I've been using it to prop up my end-table!

...

*pours more tacky glue on it*


Careful, Tacky glue is well known as the only substance that will reduce the coeficent of temporal friction, meaning you don't have to go as fast to go back in time. If you use enough glue, you might spontaneously teleport into a different time.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Tellurider on Tue Jun 09, 2009 9:02 pm

Rkolter wrote:
BrownEyedCat wrote:
Rkolter wrote:... is... is that a flux capacitor?

What are you doing with a flux capacitor?


...Is that what that is? I've been using it to prop up my end-table!

...

*pours more tacky glue on it*


Careful, Tacky glue is well known as the only substance that will reduce the coeficent of temporal friction, meaning you don't have to go as fast to go back in time. If you use enough glue, you might spontaneously teleport into a different time.

What!? then all they really needed in BTTF part III was tacky glue!?

Oh if only they had known! But then they would have had to skip the manure joke.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Dracomax on Wed Jun 10, 2009 5:12 am

was tacky glue available in the 1850s?
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Tellurider on Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:57 pm

Dracomax wrote:was tacky glue available in the 1850s?

If Doc Brown can make ice cubes and special logs to get a steam engine up to 88 mph, I think he can handle making some glue.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Risky on Wed Jun 10, 2009 4:35 pm

Tellurider wrote:
Dracomax wrote:was tacky glue available in the 1850s?

If Doc Brown can make ice cubes and special logs to get a steam engine up to 88 mph, I think he can handle making some glue.

He would have but he probably thought it would be in poor taste.
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Re: The Time is Nigh!

Postby Ti-Phil on Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:25 am

Poor taste maybe, and yet so nutritive.
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