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Postby Wallaroo_Blacke on Mon Nov 27, 2006 9:52 pm

Madmoonie wrote:Is anyone else surprised her last name is..."Peckersnif?"


Kinda like that doctor on Animaniacs,
Dr. Otto von Scratchensniff.

Difference?

One likes solving trouble, the other likes MAKING trouble.

Sharuuk wrote:How about bright green dye to keep the lawn looking good......as well as the biddies......make 'em real easy to pick out of a crowd when the trespass charges start being issued. :twisted:

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Yeah... that will work nicely... even better with radioactive marking dye! :twisted:
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Postby Sharuuk on Mon Nov 27, 2006 9:59 pm

Actually the name is PeckENsnif.....as in Peck-and-snif.

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Postby Jwrebholz on Mon Nov 27, 2006 10:17 pm

I wonder what evidence she has to offer?

Zero. Just like Jack Thompson.


I HATE Jack Thompson. Jack Thompson is a sensationalist windbag that's very good at getting media attention for stupid crap, but probably not so great of a lawyer (and the way he argues it's a matter of time before he's fully disbarred...). Kinda like how Michael Moore is so good at getting media attention by saying just the right things to whip everyone into a furor over his latest waste of celluloid.

I don't like to say that I hate people. It's a very strong term to use. In this case though I'd say it fits.
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Postby Namrepus221 on Mon Nov 27, 2006 10:43 pm

jwrebholz wrote:
I wonder what evidence she has to offer?

Zero. Just like Jack Thompson.


I HATE Jack Thompson. Jack Thompson is a sensationalist windbag that's very good at getting media attention for stupid crap, but probably not so great of a lawyer (and the way he argues it's a matter of time before he's fully disbarred...). Kinda like how Michael Moore is so good at getting media attention by saying just the right things to whip everyone into a furor over his latest waste of celluloid.

I don't like to say that I hate people. It's a very strong term to use. In this case though I'd say it fits.


THANK YOU!

I've somewhat delt personally with that prick and he's a wack job.
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Postby Weirdfish13 on Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:27 pm

Oh, dear. I think I just had a hypothesis on why she thinks they're "gambling".

Because they play games...with dice.

And I'm totally all for the Beltaine/Peckensnif showdown. Seeing as how they're cut from the same cloth and all. Add a fundy athiest (they exist! the discoverer of the meme is one!) for great times for all.
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Postby Shyal_malkes on Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:56 am

that would be awsome!

a total Beltane Peckensniff showdown!

ooooh, the possabilities. :twisted:
I still say the doctor did it....
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Postby Wallaroo_Blacke on Tue Nov 28, 2006 7:39 am

jwrebholz wrote:I HATE Jack Thompson. Jack Thompson is a sensationalist windbag that's very good at getting media attention for stupid crap, but probably not so great of a lawyer (and the way he argues it's a matter of time before he's fully disbarred...). Kinda like how Michael Moore is so good at getting media attention by saying just the right things to whip everyone into a furor over his latest waste of celluloid.


Let's hope and pray that Michael Moore gets cut off the
Hollywood funding (as well as get severely audited by
the IRS) and Jack Thompson gets disbarred completely...
and gets audited, too!!! :twisted:
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Postby Squeaky Bunny on Tue Nov 28, 2006 9:35 am

shyal_malkes wrote:that would be awsome!

a total Beltane Peckensniff showdown!

ooooh, the possabilities. :twisted:


They are polar opposites so they will either cancel each other out or annihilate everything within a 300 foot radius.

What say Ben sprinkles them with wholly water and then bring out Sharuuk, his honking big Tesla coil and his accolytes of the ampere to perform the benediction? :twisted:
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Postby Forewarned on Tue Nov 28, 2006 11:21 am

Somebody call Beltaine, she's gonna want the soaking on camera
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Postby Wanderwolf on Tue Nov 28, 2006 12:01 pm

Squeaky Bunny wrote:They are polar opposites so they will either cancel each other out or annihilate everything within a 300 foot radius.


Er, no. This is a Bad Idea. Remember, both Beltane and Peckensnif are Funda-Mental types. While Peckensnif is screeding about the Evil, Satanic Role Playing Games Of The Devil, Beltane will be screeding about the Christian symbolism in D&D, which will set off Peckensnif's patented Sacrilege Diatribe, which will set off Beltane's "Wicked, Evil Christians" shriek; you're not adding fire to water (cancel) or fire to gasoline (accelerant); you're adding fire to a hydrogen-oxygen mix (explosion)! Each one's own fundamentalism, blind and clueless, will act as complement to the other's. Peckensnif "proves" Beltane's right about Christians; Beltane "proves" Peckensnif is right about pagans.

To borrow another analogy, this is taking two five-kilo pieces of Pu-239 and putting them together. You don't want to be anywhere near the result.

Yours truly,

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Postby Wallaroo_Blacke on Tue Nov 28, 2006 12:41 pm

Wanderwolf wrote:
To borrow another analogy, this is taking two five-kilo pieces of Pu-239 and putting them together. You don't want to be anywhere near the result.

Yours truly,

The wolfish,

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YIKES!!! :o :o :o Can you say Hiroshima or Nagasaki?
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Postby Deckard Canine on Tue Nov 28, 2006 12:44 pm

It can seem like gambling when players pop in more quarters at the "Game Over" screen, but these biddies would do better to picket a fair, where you play for material prizes. Come to think of it, why haven't I heard about protests at fairs? Eh, probably for the same reason they don't assemble at stores that sell lottery tickets: they're just too commonplace.

Namrepus221 wrote:I've somewhat delt personally with that prick


Wait, which one -- Thompson or Moore? Hopefully not both.

I remember someone, possibly Thompson, making the public statement, "All video games are violent." Spoken like a guy who's never heard of Tetris, unless he's afraid those blocks will come down on someone's head. Sayyyy...
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Postby Canis_lupus on Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:28 pm

Deckard Canine wrote:Wait, which one -- Thompson or Moore? Hopefully not both.

I remember someone, possibly Thompson, making the public statement, "All video games are violent." Spoken like a guy who's never heard of Tetris, unless he's afraid those blocks will come down on someone's head. Sayyyy...


WRONG. The point of tetris is to commit the mass slaughter of innocent cubes for as long as you can.

See everything when taken out of context (like Thompson loves to do) can support your argument.
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Postby TMLutas on Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:52 pm

Sharuuk wrote:
Manta wrote:Some sprinkler systems have catches where you can add chemicals, plant food, weed killer... muriatic acid(?) to the water... just a thought. :evil:


How about bright green dye to keep the lawn looking good......as well as the biddies......make 'em real easy to pick out of a crowd when the trespass charges start being issued. :twisted:

Şaaruuk


Sorry, no muriatic acid as it'll likely eat through the system. Ben has enough money issues already.

Then there would be the lawsuits.
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Postby LoneWolf23k on Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:46 pm

Wanderwolf wrote:Er, no. This is a Bad Idea. Remember, both Beltane and Peckensnif are Funda-Mental types. While Peckensnif is screeding about the Evil, Satanic Role Playing Games Of The Devil, Beltane will be screeding about the Christian symbolism in D&D, which will set off Peckensnif's patented Sacrilege Diatribe, which will set off Beltane's "Wicked, Evil Christians" shriek; you're not adding fire to water (cancel) or fire to gasoline (accelerant); you're adding fire to a hydrogen-oxygen mix (explosion)! Each one's own fundamentalism, blind and clueless, will act as complement to the other's. Peckensnif "proves" Beltane's right about Christians; Beltane "proves" Peckensnif is right about pagans.

To borrow another analogy, this is taking two five-kilo pieces of Pu-239 and putting them together. You don't want to be anywhere near the result.

Yours truly,

The wolfish,

Wanderer


...Ok, now I know I wanna see what happens when those two collide! :twisted: *needs to save up money to commission that story..*
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Postby Sharuuk on Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:35 pm

Squeaky Bunny wrote:What say Ben sprinkles them with wholly water and then bring out Sharuuk, his honking big Tesla coil and his accolytes of the ampere to perform the benediction? :twisted:


"Acolytes of the Ampere"......OH....Do I LOVE that discription/designation. :D And I can just envision the chaos that would ensue.......Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....*crackle-crackle...zzzzzZZZZAAAP!!! :lol: :twisted:

THANK YOU Squeaky....VERY much. *humbly bows*

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Postby Sapphire on Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:56 pm

So, is this finally gonna be what it takes for RHJ to distance himself from a conservative movement? Or conservatives like Jack Thompson or Bill O'Reilly?
I would have hoped to say something meaninful, or possible inciteful. But, alas.
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Postby Squeaky Bunny on Tue Nov 28, 2006 7:39 pm

Sharuuk wrote:
Squeaky Bunny wrote:What say Ben sprinkles them with wholly water and then bring out Sharuuk, his honking big Tesla coil and his accolytes of the ampere to perform the benediction? :twisted:


"Acolytes of the Ampere"......OH....Do I LOVE that discription/designation. :D And I can just envision the chaos that would ensue.......Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....*crackle-crackle...zzzzzZZZZAAAP!!! :lol: :twisted:

THANK YOU Squeaky....VERY much. *humbly bows*

Şaaruuk


*blushes* You're welcome.

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Postby Squeaky Bunny on Tue Nov 28, 2006 7:55 pm

TMLutas wrote:
Sharuuk wrote:
Manta wrote:Some sprinkler systems have catches where you can add chemicals, plant food, weed killer... muriatic acid(?) to the water... just a thought. :evil:


How about bright green dye to keep the lawn looking good......as well as the biddies......make 'em real easy to pick out of a crowd when the trespass charges start being issued. :twisted:

Şaaruuk


Sorry, no muriatic acid as it'll likely eat through the system. Ben has enough money issues already.

Then there would be the lawsuits.


Considering that many commercial sprinkler systems are using reclaimed water from the local sewage treatment plant, Ms Peckerhead is likely going to have the stink of piety (or would that be potty?) about her.
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Postby BrockthePaine on Tue Nov 28, 2006 8:57 pm

sapphire wrote:So, is this finally gonna be what it takes for RHJ to distance himself from a conservative movement? Or conservatives like Jack Thompson or Bill O'Reilly?

What do you mean?
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