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#33 - Y'know, there's watches that go a hell of a lot deeper too. I'…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/05/2012 on Now I can die happy +1
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#59 - SquishyHaribo (10/05/2012) [-]
I have a shitty casio watch that i got for a fiver, I never take it off and it's actually saved my wrist a couple of times from falling bricks and it still works
it's also water resistant to 50m
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#239 - taxation (10/06/2012) [-]
Beauty. Casio and them sure make good watches though, even cheap models. My dad bought a Seiko in the mid-70's for bout $45 I think he said, and it's still the same one on his wrist now. Damned durable, those things are!
#48 - newall (10/05/2012) [-]
nah, the compression from the shot would travel almost entirely forward, if there was enough of a shock-wave to damage his watch it would probably damage his arm, they're pretty solidly built.
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#238 - taxation (10/06/2012) [-]
Well I sure as hell didn't think that bit through. Just figured, greater resistance in water, shockwave could get a bit pushed back, you know? Thanks for the correction!
#196 - This might be a bit creepy too then, but you have beautiful ey… 10/05/2012 on Did You Know Comp 0
#10 - >implying implicating implied implications 10/04/2012 on Why? 0
#18 - I have no wat that is watty enough. So have one of my failed c… 10/04/2012 on fun with photoshop 0
#13 - This was my profile picture on facebook for a while. Somehow m… 10/04/2012 on Reaping 0
#69 - I'm sorry Dave. I can't let you do that. 10/02/2012 on Huehuehue +35
#118 - For sure. It's not like Superman where he's basically invincib… 10/02/2012 on Rorshach is awesome 0
#100 - Yeah, blood and gore over accuracy and psychology. I'm thinkin…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/02/2012 on Rorshach is awesome 0
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#103 - DiabloStrawhat (10/02/2012) [-]
That's exactly right. I actually wrote a paper about Rorschach for a college class about the study of superheroes. I think he's definitely one of the most interesting superheroes out there
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#118 - taxation (10/02/2012) [-]
For sure. It's not like Superman where he's basically invincible, and that's what's good about him.
#96 - In the movie, he chops a meat cleaver into the guy's head then…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/02/2012 on Rorshach is awesome 0
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#98 - DiabloStrawhat (10/02/2012) [-]
Personally i think setting the house on fire is more aesthetically pleasing. Naturally, the guy who directed 300 disagrees.
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#100 - taxation (10/02/2012) [-]
Yeah, blood and gore over accuracy and psychology. I'm thinking that the burning would be psychological at least, and metaphorical. Burning down his old life and burning away the scum of the city, that works right?
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#103 - DiabloStrawhat (10/02/2012) [-]
That's exactly right. I actually wrote a paper about Rorschach for a college class about the study of superheroes. I think he's definitely one of the most interesting superheroes out there
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#118 - taxation (10/02/2012) [-]
For sure. It's not like Superman where he's basically invincible, and that's what's good about him.
#80 - The Notorious B.I.G. Considering I'm skinny, white and Can… 10/01/2012 on It works +1
#5 - **** yes. 10/01/2012 on Birplaneman? 0
#32 - And a completely correct observation. Anon, you have my thumb! 09/30/2012 on Why so wibbly wobbly? +1
#10 - Yeah same here. British humor's more subtle and relies more on…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/30/2012 on Why so wibbly wobbly? 0
#11 - anon (09/30/2012) [-]
British comedy assumes you're paying attention and know relevant material.

American comedy just smacks you in the face with a feather duster, just short joke after short joke (mostly)

It's not a criticism, just an observation
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#32 - taxation (09/30/2012) [-]
And a completely correct observation. Anon, you have my thumb!
#5 - Who the **** would joke about dying in a fire? Go fly a plane … 09/30/2012 on apple maps 0
#3 - If anyone wants to read what the bottom bit says, I wrote it o… 09/30/2012 on Driving helps calm me down +2
#2 - "Nobody knows how many drivers are killed every day by te…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/30/2012 on Driving helps calm me down +3
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#4 - superninjacookie (10/05/2012) [-]
Thanks for taking the time for writing all of it out! I was wondering what that said.
#8 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 09/30/2012 on biscuits +1
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#8 - Never Mind the Buzzcocks Yeah I just know the title and no…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/30/2012 on Why so wibbly wobbly? +2
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#9 - grimmapple (09/30/2012) [-]
I saw the Doctor Who special in passing, full thing is pretty easy to find on YouTube, but I grew up around American humor and a lot of the stuff going on sometimes goes a bit over my head.
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#10 - taxation (09/30/2012) [-]
Yeah same here. British humor's more subtle and relies more on inside jokes, whereas American is more direct and understandable by the masses. That's why I'll stick with Just for Laughs as opposed to the Buzzcocks, way easier to understand and therefore much more funny.
#11 - anon (09/30/2012) [-]
British comedy assumes you're paying attention and know relevant material.

American comedy just smacks you in the face with a feather duster, just short joke after short joke (mostly)

It's not a criticism, just an observation
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#32 - taxation (09/30/2012) [-]
And a completely correct observation. Anon, you have my thumb!
#35 - That's no Stratofortress... It's a Mitchell! Srsly tho. B-… 09/30/2012 on Ponycomp 189 0
#7 - I do believe the sir above did mean "executed", yet … 09/29/2012 on Strange Hairstyles Comp +2
#33 - Yeah so I got a different colored version of this. It's beauti… 09/29/2012 on The longer you look... +7
#11 - And their retarded cousin Fred 09/29/2012 on idk if repost are not BUT I... 0
#65 - Hey that's just like the last McD's restroom I was in! Blo… 09/29/2012 on The Shit Bomb 0
#27 - I played it on a plane, with all the lights out and all the wi… 09/25/2012 on Slenders Family 0
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#17 to #16 - taxation (04/13/2013) [-]
Awesome dude, and thanks! Glad you enjoyed it, but can I ask did our lyrics match up to those in the actual song?
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#14 - finalkai (08/10/2012) [-]
can i just sit hear and watch your profile picture? its entertaining me so much.
#15 to #14 - taxation (08/10/2012) [-]
Oh for sure. The spinny-flippy-changey-shapeyness of it is so enticing, isn't it?
#3 - jasonvgrace (03/22/2012) [-]
Herro, we love you   
   
twilight agrees
Herro, we love you

twilight agrees
#7 to #3 - taxation (04/29/2012) [-]
just thought i'd come back to this for a minute... at the time u left this comment, i was not a brony and refused to watch the show. but guess what? im just gonna say that rainbow dash is the best pony.
#8 to #8 - jasonvgrace (04/29/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure that only the best pony knows who best pony is, because who are we to judge best pony when we're not the best pony whom knows who best pony is and best pony will know because best pony is best pony...you see?
I'm pretty sure that only the best pony knows who best pony is, because who are we to judge best pony when we're not the best pony whom knows who best pony is and best pony will know because best pony is best pony...you see?
#9 to #9 - taxation (04/29/2012) [-]
sure, why not. but i have a counterargument... pony pony something pony something something pony something pony pony... you see?
#10 to #10 - jasonvgrace (04/29/2012) [-]
You make a valid point but have you considered the fact that pony in dragon doesn't pony aliens and rarity is a pony who pony pony dragon unicorn pegasus born because of pony genetics pony.
#11 to #11 - taxation (04/29/2012) [-]
seems legit, you win this round. but i shall be back as soon as the relation between a porpoise and the horn of a unicorn's foal has been clarified. then and THEN ONLY will my master argument be complete...
#12 to #12 - jasonvgrace (04/29/2012) [-]
We shall see.
#13 to #13 - taxation (05/26/2012) [-]
Right man, it's been what about 20 days... i got nothing. You win, and all my internets to you as a prize.
#4 to #3 - taxation (03/22/2012) [-]
sorry, what does this "twilight" agree with?
#5 to #4 - jasonvgrace (03/23/2012) [-]
with me.
#6 to #5 - taxation (03/25/2012) [-]
*us, if we hasn't all died. timelord much, or mpd?