So....

The place where no good punk-asses and aimless hipsters come to discuss a rather lousy comic.

Postby Col on Mon Jul 31, 2006 11:26 am

Lydia wrote:
Col wrote:
Sortelli wrote:We could getcha a bib!

With... with a flower on it?


No.

Oh... okay...
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Postby TheSuburbanLetdown on Mon Jul 31, 2006 1:23 pm

It says, "I got crabs at Bob Chin's."
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Postby Rev. Scott on Mon Jul 31, 2006 2:32 pm

Oh, you play UrbanDead too, PAL?



YEAH! URBAN DEAD! WHOO HOO!

Are there any good zombie comics out there?

Is there such a thing?
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Postby Col on Mon Jul 31, 2006 4:53 pm

Rev. Scott wrote:
Oh, you play UrbanDead too, PAL?



YEAH! URBAN DEAD! WHOO HOO!

Are there any good zombie comics out there?

Is there such a thing?

There's tons of zombie comics in the print kind these days. The most popular and some say well-done? The Walking Dead. They're collected in graphic novels that you can probably find at your local borders or barnes and noble.
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Postby Lydia on Mon Jul 31, 2006 5:42 pm

David Tekillia's Kristy Versus the Zombie Army is pretty entertaining.

http://www.kristyvsthezombiearmy.com
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Postby PortableNuke on Thu Aug 03, 2006 10:54 pm

He's good. I really like Comet7.
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Postby Freddie Freelance on Sat Aug 05, 2006 1:51 pm

Hey! I've been through this thread three times & I'm still not finding the Booze & Hookers! :x Let's get this back on track here! Focus, people, focus!
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Postby Tor The Aardvark on Sat Aug 05, 2006 1:58 pm

What they weren't for me alone? Well who wants sloppy seconds?
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Postby Orphevs on Sat Aug 05, 2006 7:34 pm

Well I've got a nice big glass of Johnny Walker Black on the rocks here, but that's sorta just for me so I can better enjoy my recently purchased Broken Saints DVD collection.

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Postby Yeahduff on Sun Aug 06, 2006 12:04 am

Freddie Freelance wrote:Hey! I've been through this thread three times & I'm still not finding the Booze & Hookers! :x Let's get this back on track here! Focus, people, focus!


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Postby Orphevs on Sun Aug 06, 2006 10:48 am

We love you Duff! And you too, Candy. Get your fine a$$ over here and bring me some Burbon.
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This is an entire work of fiction

Postby PortableNuke on Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:32 am

I was in Barnes and Noble looking throught various books, mainly in the cooking section since I'm still looking for a good friend rice and teppenyaki receipe. You can say what you want about big chain bookstores, but they have great selection which works to their advantage. They still can't compete with Amazon, but it's more immediate.

Anyway, I was browsing, and this blonde came up to me saying that she liked my shoes. I tell her that I bought them online, but if she wants to get them off line there is a store in the mall across the street that sells them. I didn't remember the name since I rarely go to the mall and generally just find what I want online. I noticed seeing them when I first moved here and had nothing better to do then wander around. Shew asks what I'm looking for and I tell her. I explain that teppenyaki is similar to stir fry except that it's done on a grill versus just a wok. It's kind of like the hamburger here in the US, except that hambugers don't cost thirty dollars a plate or come with a cooking show. After this I decide that I've found a receipe that I want to try, so I say good-bye and pay for the book then drive home.

(I'd like to thank M. Night Shyamalan for the ending. Tought I did heavily modify it since his twist ending was much more unbelieveable and contrived.)
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