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richardbenson
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08 Feb 2008, 11:12 am

guess what? chicken butt!


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08 Feb 2008, 7:36 pm

I drew Kunimitsu from Tekken 2. I have to upload it though.



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08 Feb 2008, 8:33 pm

Berserker wrote:
I drew Kunimitsu from Tekken 2. I have to upload it though.


well...

we're all waiting in anticipation...

(dammit, I've caught periods from strapples) :)



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08 Feb 2008, 9:40 pm

Good job! :)

The library where I live sucks. All their books are outdated.



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08 Feb 2008, 9:53 pm

gbollard wrote:
well...

we're all waiting in anticipation...

(dammit, I've caught periods from strapples) :)


I left it at home, sorry!



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08 Feb 2008, 10:18 pm

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I went to the library yesterday! :D

I didn't do any socialising though.

*drools* I love the library, though I can't go as often as I want to :P



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09 Feb 2008, 4:08 am

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I got:

Halo graphic novel for my brother

A book about draw martial arts

A book about publishing comics

And a book with art of Aliens and Predator


Cool :D
I go to the libary alot... I like reading and I read so fast there isn't really a point of buying the books so I just borrow them...



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09 Feb 2008, 4:29 am

I used to only use the library computer. I didnt own one.

Then this past summer the computers were so crowded from kids I could never get on to check email or even use the card catolog.

So I bought this laptop.


And I've been overwhelmed evr since 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O



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09 Feb 2008, 8:08 am

GUESS WHAT!! !!

i'm the one that planted the seed of the Library visiting experience in Berserker's head!

WOOOHOOO :D :D :D

Finally someone on WP listened to what I said :D

ok,seriously,this is my current 'checkout list':

No man's land [videorecording]
Tanovi*c, Danis, 1969-
22/1/2008,23:59

The sun, the moon [videorecording]
British Broadcasting Corporation
22/1/2008,23:59

The earth dwellers : adventures in the land of ants
Hoyt, Erich
22/1/2008,23:59

E=mc2 [videorecording]
Bodanis, David
22/1/2008,23:59

Walking with lions [videorecording]
Richardson, Lynne.
22/1/2008,23:59

Zatoichi [videorecording] : the tale of Zatoichi continues
22/1/2008,23:59

Autism Asperger's digest magazine
18/2/2008,23:59

Tri-Breath [videorecording] : a guide for walkers and runners to vitality, health and balance : an instruction manual
Hayes, Brett, 1966-
18/2/2008,23:59

Massive nature [videorecording] : the complete series
Simson, Vyv
18/2/2008,23:59

Light on life : the journey to wholeness, inner peace, and ultimate freedom
Iyengar, B. K. S., 1918-
18/2/2008,23:59

Astronomy now
18/2/2008,23:59

The adventures of Tintin. Volume 2
Herge, 1907-1983.
18/2/2008,23:59

The cosmos [videorecording] : January to March
AGC/United learning
18/2/2008,23:59

Three roads to quantum gravity : a new understanding of space, time and the universe
Smolin, Lee
18/2/2008,23:59

The list of seven
Frost, Mark
18/2/2008,23:59

Lone wolf and cub collection. 6, white heaven in hell [videorecording]
Eastern Eye
23/2/2008,23:59

only 16 checked out at the moment;usually it's the max:20
sadly, i usually only actually read about 1% of what I loan :(


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09 Feb 2008, 10:28 am

Libraries are friendly places. Have many more pleasant and peaceful hours of edification there.



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09 Feb 2008, 10:38 am

Perhaps, I should spend more time at the library. I might find my perfect match, there. :wink:


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09 Feb 2008, 5:24 pm

syzygyish,

We always listen to what you say... motivation though... that's another thing.

BTW: Your library list is a tad biased towards science shows :)



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09 Feb 2008, 6:02 pm

Berserker wrote:
I love the Aliens and Predator book I borrowed.


Awesome. I have the Alien vs. Predator graphic novel, it's pretty grizzly but I love the art and story.

Did you ever read any Calvin & Hobbes? It's a fantastic comic strip, but you can check out book compilations of it.


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09 Feb 2008, 6:39 pm

I've got all the AVP Novels just don't have the graphic ones. :(

I don't care if the AVP movies suck a bit... they've got aliens and predators in them..



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09 Feb 2008, 7:51 pm

Phagocyte wrote:
Did you ever read any Calvin & Hobbes? It's a fantastic comic strip, but you can check out book compilations of it.


Yeah, I read it in the newspaper. :)



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09 Feb 2008, 8:20 pm

I know a hilarious Robot Chicken sketch based on Calvin and Hobbes.


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