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#1104844
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Random Thoughts
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Possessed said:

moviefreakedmind said:

I own old copies of the Bernstain Bears and sure enough, it’s stain.

Yeah, now it’s stain but only because another universe leaked into ours. Look it up lol this is actually a controversial topic.

yeah, i think it is fascinating. QUESTION EVERYTHING!

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#1104839
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Project Threepio (Star Wars OOT subtitles)
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Just chiming in that i think you reworking of subtitles is a good idea, and matches what commercial disc’s seem to be doing. There needs to be a good reason not to have a subtitle at the bottom. covering up burned in text is one reason (credits, on screen dialog, etc), and direct continuation of a previous subtitle. but the normal place to look for subtitles is the bottom of the screen, and they are easier to read there, so that should be the default location, and you should have a good reason not to be down there.

😃

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#1104787
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Random Thoughts
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Possessed said:

The Mandela effect is all about the Bernstein Bears and you know it. It’s always been Stein. You know it, I know it, everybody knows it. But they claim it’s been stain all along but I’ll never accept that and there’s a large amount of people who have known it as Stein all along since childhood both in my life and over the internet. I have vivid memories reading those books in grade school like everyone else and it wasn’t stain you monsters.

all of this is proof that the world has ended and been created many times over. or that we we all just popped into existence 2 seconds ago. I can never remember which. not that it matters.

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#1104606
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If you need to B*tch about something <strong>other than originaltrilogy.com</strong>... This is the place
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ray_afraid said:

Possessed said:

TV’s Frink said:

Possessed said:

TV’s Frink said:

TV’s Frink said:

Why are you buying anything from your gas station? (other than gas, of course)

FTFCA

Well the big chain has stations are probably okay. In fact Casey’s have really good pizza that’s actually prepared fresh on location and not shipped in Frozen and it’s as good as any chain pizza joint.

I highly doubt that.

JEDIT: nvm, you said “chain” pizza joint. Still I wouldn’t trust anything at a gas station.

Well the one where I live you can actually see the kitchen, they have actual food workers not just the clerk running back and forth throwing things in the microwave like other gas station food.

Apparently where Frink lives it’s still 1975 and every gas station is a dingy den of filth. Most of the stations in my city look like sterilized, futuristic diners with gas pumps out front.

TV’s Frink said:

Possessed said:

TV’s Frink said:

Possessed said:

TV’s Frink said:

TV’s Frink said:

Why are you buying anything from your gas station? (other than gas, of course)

FTFCA

Well the big chain has stations are probably okay. In fact Casey’s have really good pizza that’s actually prepared fresh on location and not shipped in Frozen and it’s as good as any chain pizza joint.

I highly doubt that.

JEDIT: nvm, you said “chain” pizza joint. Still I wouldn’t trust anything at a gas station.

Well the one where I live you can actually see the kitchen

If they have an actual kitchen then they’re not a gas station, they just happen to also sell gas.

Meh. If I can by gas there, it’s a gas station.

Buy that argument some grocery stores are gas stations. And Costco/BJ’s/Sam’s club/etc

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#1104511
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The Official TV's Frink 74,321 OT.com Posts Countdown Thread
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It’s fine that it’s not my job.

No, no, it’s fine.

I mean, I am great at counting up, as I am sure you know. But I am only average, or maybe slightly above average, at counting down.

I am just saying, I am sure you took this all into account when you didn’t grant me counting down rights. And I wanted to thank you for your kind thoughts and words, even if you didn’t put it in writing, I still understand.

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#1104443
Topic
Politics 2: Electric Boogaloo
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Jeebus said:

yhwx said:

Oh hell no.

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/09/03/trump-dreamers-immigration-daca-immigrants-242301

Conversations with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who argued that Congress — rather than the executive branch — is responsible for writing immigration law, helped persuade the president to terminate the program, the two sources said, though White House aides caution that — as with everything in the Trump White House — nothing is set in stone until an official announcement has been made.

I’m glad to see that Sessions isn’t slacking when it comes to being the worst person in the White House.

Yeah this is a shitty idea, I pray it doesn’t happen.

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#1103396
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Politics 2: Electric Boogaloo
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CatBus said:

Mueller is officially coordinating with Schneiderman. That means they’re not only circumventing Presidential pardon powers for actual convictions, but more importantly, circumventing Presidential pardon powers as a way to apply pressure to witnesses (i.e. why would you talk talk if you’ve got a guarantee from the President that he’ll pardon you). Furthermore, this puts Schneiderman in a stronger position to continue the investigation should Mueller get fired. It’s the right move for sure. I hope it pays off.

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/30/manafort-mueller-probe-attorney-general-242191

yeah i was reading a little bit on this last night. i really really hope that something actually happens at the end of all these processes, but i am not expecting much.

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#1103161
Topic
Politics 2: Electric Boogaloo
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dahmage said:

TV’s Frink said:

More.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/08/30/evangelical-leaders-release-nashville-statement-on-sexuality-rejecting-gay-marriage/?utm_term=.0771b7772a36

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood was founded in 1987 to “to help the church defend against the accommodation of secular feminism,” according to its website. The council focuses on outlining the differences between male and female roles in the home and church. It supports the biblical teaching that men must be Christlike leaders at home and in the church, and upholds wives’ submission in marriage.

The group asserted its belief in these separate gender roles in its 1987 manifesto, “The Danvers Statement,” which affirmed a “complementarian” view of gender roles in a push against secular feminism and egalitarian marriages.

It came in response to an increasingly feminist society (and church), where conservative leaders feared men and women were losing their biblical distinctions,” according to an article in Christianity Today, a prominent evangelical publication.

So they we stuck in the 50’s then and they are still stuck in the 50’s now. How lovely.

so they we all

so say we all

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#1103160
Topic
Politics 2: Electric Boogaloo
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TV’s Frink said:

More.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/08/30/evangelical-leaders-release-nashville-statement-on-sexuality-rejecting-gay-marriage/?utm_term=.0771b7772a36

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood was founded in 1987 to “to help the church defend against the accommodation of secular feminism,” according to its website. The council focuses on outlining the differences between male and female roles in the home and church. It supports the biblical teaching that men must be Christlike leaders at home and in the church, and upholds wives’ submission in marriage.

The group asserted its belief in these separate gender roles in its 1987 manifesto, “The Danvers Statement,” which affirmed a “complementarian” view of gender roles in a push against secular feminism and egalitarian marriages.

It came in response to an increasingly feminist society (and church), where conservative leaders feared men and women were losing their biblical distinctions,” according to an article in Christianity Today, a prominent evangelical publication.

So they we stuck in the 50’s then and they are still stuck in the 50’s now. How lovely.

so they we all

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#1103014
Topic
The &quot;I replaced my car stereo myself and have the scars to prove it&quot; thread
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well shoot, that does sound painful. in retrospect, i bought the whole kit from crutchfield for the head units i replaced, and they came with wiring harness adapters, but i recall still having to buy wire connectors etc.

and the one car i did replace speakers on, i took my good old time and had to cut out bigger speaker wholes (it was an old olds, so i didn’t mind cutting it up a bit)

All that to say, hearing you recount all of that, reminds me that it wasn’t as easy as i misremember it being.

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