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BazzaMcKenzie
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18 Mar 2007, 10:06 pm

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...the walking boss....

yes, i wondered if you favored his attitude in the movie. he was quite evil.

thought I was evil?
maybe a new avatar is better ?


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18 Mar 2007, 11:11 pm

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Yeah, Lola's great! Plus having a very patient older brother like Charlie is also good for her, too. Who knows how much trouble she could get into without him! lol


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¬_¬ Do you have an older brother to keep you away of troubles?
If not, you sound like a lot of trouble (adventures) young lady! :P hehe

I think I'll never get tired of watching cartoons :oops:

lol No, I'm an only child. But my older cousin, Josh, once lived with us for a few months. He'd beat up anyone who picked on me! Of course, that wasn't exactly the best for him, but I wasn't complaining! lol

Yeah, same here! I don't understand how some people don't like any at all!



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18 Mar 2007, 11:57 pm

BazzaMcKenzie wrote:
tinky wrote:
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...the walking boss....

yes, i wondered if you favored his attitude in the movie. he was quite evil.

thought I was evil?
maybe a new avatar is better ?


i like that one alot more!


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19 Mar 2007, 2:22 am

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Yeah I'm cute, slimey with antennas and like to hide in my shell sometimes.


Good answer.


Do I win a prize?


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I'd like to kiss your avatar! Just because it reminds me of Hans Moleman!! haha!! !!


Was that suppose to be an insult?



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19 Mar 2007, 8:29 am

<hmmm> I'd say, that in some ways I'm like the avatar of Yoda as, I'm not very tall only 6ft.Anyways, like Yoda there are many things I've learned on a mental scale that would mystify a great many "Nt" persons if they were not so clouded in their assessment of my being. :)

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19 Mar 2007, 10:22 am

BazzaMcKenzie wrote:
tinky wrote:
BazzaMcKenzie wrote:
...the walking boss....

yes, i wondered if you favored his attitude in the movie. he was quite evil.

thought I was evil?
maybe a new avatar is better ?


I thought your old one was actually a piccy of you.

I like the new one.



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19 Mar 2007, 11:07 am

I need to have some consistency in avatars....when people change them I think the poster is a new member...unless it's some one whose on-line name is familiar...like scrulie,machine1,Bazza,etc,(someone who has been around for a long time and doesnt have some unpronouncable japanese anami name.)

I would rather not see peoples photos....it's to difficult not to be influenced by someones looks(attractive or not),I would much rather "judge" their words on their content then their appearance.One reason I hate watching movies made of books I have read is that the characters never look or sound like what I imagine in my head.It's really annoying


My avatar is just one part of my personality....child like at 43 and love being part of a "puppy pile".Yesterday,I clocked out at work and spent the next hour being cuddled and getting kisses from several puppies...best part of the job.(can you imagine at job you would stay late at even without pay?)


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19 Mar 2007, 11:43 am

STUFF.


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19 Mar 2007, 11:47 am

This may sound stupid, krex, but I have no idea what your avatar is. There seems to be a doll in there, at the left, but the rest of the image I don't follow...

... but I've just looked again, and I can now see puppies? I'm not sure hw many, as they sort of blur into what still looks like a doll (with a mouldy fried egg?).

Is it all on a park bench?

Maybe this is all just me. :)



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19 Mar 2007, 12:15 pm

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I need to have some consistency in avatars....when people change them I think the poster is a new member...unless it's some one whose on-line name is familiar...like scrulie,machine1,Bazza,etc,(someone who has been around for a long time and doesnt have some unpronouncable japanese anami name.)

I would rather not see peoples photos....it's to difficult not to be influenced by someones looks(attractive or not),I would much rather "judge" their words on their content then their appearance.One reason I hate watching movies made of books I have read is that the characters never look or sound like what I imagine in my head.It's really annoying


My avatar is just one part of my personality....child like at 43 and love being part of a "puppy pile".Yesterday,I clocked out at work and spent the next hour being cuddled and getting kisses from several puppies...best part of the job.(can you imagine at job you would stay late at even without pay?)


Some very interesting thoughts here. Yes, movies can be irritating when you have read the book; particularly when, in addition to the inherent potential incompatibility of what each reader has inwardly pictured with what they end up seeing, they actually make a number of unnecessary changes that do not actually improve the story from how it was in the book. There are exceptions


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19 Mar 2007, 12:45 pm

Ticker wrote:
Yeah I'm cute, slimey with antennas and like to hide in my shell sometimes.

Do I win a prize?


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I'd like to kiss your avatar! Just because it reminds me of Hans Moleman!! haha!! !!
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Ticker wrote:
Was that suppose to be an insult?


Of course not! Sorry if it sounded like an insult.
It's just that it reminded me of a Simpsons episode where they keep kissing Hans forehead :P

Again, sorry Ticker if it sounded like an insult.


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19 Mar 2007, 12:52 pm

i made my avatar too look like me. does that work?


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19 Mar 2007, 3:10 pm

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i made my avatar too look like me. does that work?

how did you get the Mii online, anyway? I've been trying to figure it out for about a week.


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19 Mar 2007, 3:11 pm

Er... to an extent. I wouldn't know how to make an avatar that was more like me, so I'm stuck with this one, I guess.



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19 Mar 2007, 3:12 pm

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i made my avatar too look like me. does that work?

how did you get the Mii online, anyway? I've been trying to figure it out for about a week.

i have a setting on my camera called TV so i used that to take a picture of my mii, and uploaded it from a file on my computer, you can use images on your hard drive as well as from a page


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19 Mar 2007, 3:15 pm

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Er... to an extent. I wouldn't know how to make an avatar that was more like me, so I'm stuck with this one, I guess.

if you can post a pic of you i will make you an avatar of a mii


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