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Old 04-16-2008, 03:31 AM   #121
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we were thinking of going next week but seeing as it's going to be playing for a few more weeks I might wait a bit longer. I went to Melbourne 2 nights last week, that's more than in the last year
You need to get out of Geelong more.
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I did post the very first one that we called a superthread that wasn't just a hijacked thread, suggested we call it a superthread, and suggested that we keep track of where we've been, and suggested we go to various places.
I must admit my memory is fairly hazy on that, but I do recall the very first non-hijacked thread was Jen's Australia thread in Discotheque.
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You need to get out of Geelong more.
but I know where everything is here, and if I get roaring drunk there's always someone close by to give me a ride home
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more brain play:

"the sky is getting dark, so it must be about tor ain," said elsa. when else might the sky get dark?

tell three things you like about ocmputers. tell three things you like about books

name five things you held in your hand today.

tell about the travels of a postage stamp as if it were a news story.

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but I know where everything is here, and if I get roaring drunk there's always someone close by to give me a ride home
We've got trains here to get you back to Geelong!

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I must admit my memory is fairly hazy on that, but I do recall the very first non-hijacked thread was Jen's Australia thread in Discotheque.
then i think it was me who suggested hijacking threads but i may be wrong
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more brain play:

"the sky is getting dark, so it must be about tor ain," said elsa. when else might the sky get dark?

tell three things you like about ocmputers. tell three things you like about books

name five things you held in your hand today.

tell about the travels of a postage stamp as if it were a news story.

how could you serve pancakes other than in a stack?
this isn't school so I refuse to make my brain work in any kind of way
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then i think it was me who suggested hijacking threads but i may be wrong
If you didn't suggest it, you were certainly the most eager promoter of giving forgotten threads some love.
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I must admit my memory is fairly hazy on that, but I do recall the very first non-hijacked thread was Jen's Australia thread in Discotheque.
http://forum.interference.com/showth...0&pagenumber=2

The modern superthread started here with me, Vazza, and Ian discussing.
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more brain play:

"the sky is getting dark, so it must be about tor ain," said elsa. when else might the sky get dark?
Nuclear holocaust?

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tell three things you like about ocmputers. tell three things you like about books
Computers:

1. My friends are in it.
2. Illegal music downloading.
3. Porn.

Books:

1. They spark my imagination.
2. They look cool on shelves.
3. You can throw them at people.

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name five things you held in your hand today.
I'm not at liberty to discuss this.

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tell about the travels of a postage stamp as if it were a news story.
NEWSFLASH:

"Stamp travels from northern New Jersey to central New Jersey! No one cares about New Jersey, but we'll report on it anyway because it's such a very, very slow day for news."

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how could you serve pancakes other than in a stack?
Pancake polygons FTMFW
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oh man the highlights goofus and gallant and your best self features are so fucking funny, they remind me of screwtape
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oh man the highlights goofus and gallant and your best self features are so fucking funny, they remind me of screwtape
Vazza, are my brain play answers correct??? I NEED APPROVAL.
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Nuclear holocaust?



Computers:

1. My friends are in it.
2. Illegal music downloading.
3. Porn.

Books:

1. They spark my imagination.
2. They look cool on shelves.
3. You can throw them at people.



I'm not at liberty to discuss this.



NEWSFLASH:

"Stamp travels from northern New Jersey to central New Jersey! No one cares about New Jersey, but we'll report on it anyway because it's such a very, very slow day for news."



Pancake polygons FTMFW
your answers are funnier than mine

the last brain play i did with my friend while we were on shrooms, it was fun, so was hidden pictures

here's some more brain play

who makes your meals?

which is harder, a marble or a cotton ball?

how many noses are there among three boys, two girls, and a kitten?

name something that eats. name somthing that doesn't.

on what part of the body do people wear a tie? a mitten? a belt? helmet? scarf?

which of these float?
penny sock raft seashell bubble stick eyeglasses

name something that is tilted

has anyone ever laughed at you? how did you feel? have you ever laughed at anyone?
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Vazza, are my brain play answers correct??? I NEED APPROVAL.
you are so impatient, i was giving you more fodder


here:

jay likes carrots raw but not cooked. "what's the difference?" asked his sister emma. can you name two differences?

what do a croquet mallet, a pencil, and a walking stick have in common? what do they have in common with a beach ball?

can you tell how deep a puddle is just by looking at it?

what would happen if we each made our own calendars, putting in as many days in a week, month, or year as we wanted?
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