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Probably the only place on the internet that I find myself afraid to go^^^^^^^^^

 

 

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ROFL

 

I missed the Chicken-Fucker, but still: damn that's good Bvamp.

 

I haven't made it to Gaddis's gallery yet, but I will. I'm kind of a masochist that way. ;)

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Yeah, it's fresh & minty clean now (& boring! :rolleyes: ) that Bvamp made me clean it out. :cryss:

 

That's probably where those pics of the chick inserting that Nerf football disappeared to too. :angry:

 

Chicken lover isn't all that shocking. I always thought that the turd eater & poop play series of pics had better shock value. :up:

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Yeah, it's fresh & minty clean now (& boring! :rolleyes: ) that Bvamp made me clean it out. :cryss:

 

That's probably where those pics of the chick inserting that Nerf football disappeared to too. :angry:

 

Chicken lover isn't all that shocking. I always thought that the turd eater & poop play series of pics had better shock value. :up:

 

 

:cryss: OMFG!

 

Lol!

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not as disgusting as the oriental chick vomiting then eating it, without a camaera break.

 

I for some reason, save almost all data, pic, video, text, pdf, zip, rar, etc etc. dont ask me why.

 

 

I will explain the deal with gaddis's pictures. what happened, was he was adding porn, (some halfway decent stuff, I might add), to his gallery. BUT, if you go to the gallery AREA, you will notice that there are random images displayed, as well as the last several uploaded images. this was the main problem with it. once in a while, there would be a picture of a puss right there as you entered the gallrey area, before you clicked anything, as a thumbnail. that is where the problem was. it wasnt like there was a disclaimer, (required by law, mind you, I was going to go into the porn industry a few years back, and it is required), before viewing the content. I also did not wish to make the area a no-holds-barred porn fest, once spammers came here. this forum and site is really not for that, although distractions are welcome from time to time.

 

and that is why, gaddis. sorry if I didnt explain it clearly when I asked you to remove the stuff.

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Yeah, understand completely Bvamp, got to watch that we don't damage any innocent little kids psyche who decides to visit the forum here. :up:

 

Didja ever see the picture series where that Chinese guy supposedly cooks and eats his newborn baby? :eek::wacko:

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yes, gaddis, I have seen sevreal of those videos and picture shoots. they are not chinamen, by the way, for your reference. one was korean, another was thai, and the other if I RECALL was from bangladesh, or thai. only one was real, the rest were fake. ive also seen the videos of the guys eating thier dogs half alive, which drove me almost to the point of berserk anger, because I had a good friend that was a dog, among other things. Im wondering what your point is, exactly. trying to get under my skin? I guess im asking for it and all, but it wont be you that does it. :) bubby :)

 

I have thick skin. its ok, you all can let it loose. someone has to be the one to take it, I guess. I am still entitled to be me, ishow I see it. you wont ever convince me otherwise.

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Naw, Bvamp, just shootin' the shit, not tryin to get under your skin or anything like that. :up:;)

 

And yeah, let's get back on the subject here. So, Cobra76 + two, refresh my memory again. Is that screenname of yours the car you like, or what you think you've got packing in your pants? :lol:

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Gaddis if it was a Cobra It would have to be a King Cobra dude. Think more along the lines of Reticulated Python if you must think about it.

 

And yes It's the snake, the car, and the caliber. :haha:

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Gaddis if it was a Cobra It would have to be a King Cobra dude. Think more along the lines of Reticulated Python if you must think about it.

 

And yes It's the snake, the car, and the caliber. :haha:

 

Oh, that reminds me. I gotta send you a picture of the 1992 fox body Mustang that was at the shop the other day. Not a GT or H.O. or anything like that. It was Prosteet (tubbed) roll cage with 18" Mickeys tucked under the rear quarters, and they even put the back seat back in the car!

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Sweet man, send it on! I was at the state fair today and saw the NC Highway patrol's toys. They had a hot 91 GT, a Z-28, a 64'Galaxy, an old 40 something Ford, a new Hemi Charger, and a new Impala. Those lucky bitches. :chris: I helped buy all those cars but the only way I'll ever get to ride in them is in the back seat handcuffed :cryss:

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you dont wanna ride in the back of any one of those cars. they kind of jam your ass in there all fukked up-like, and it is one uncomfortable ride, so much so, that you just wanna get to the station and get the hell out!

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not an expert. I just know a few things about it, thats all. like most the people here.

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Oh, BTW Pistonring8 was the very first screen name I used when I bought my first computer back in 1998. I bought it at a Radio Shack and they signed me up for my web service right there and I had to come up with a name on the spot. I had just finished buying a set of piston rings for a 350 Chevy next door at the auto parts place and they were still in my hand......1 through 7 were already taken!

 

Thats how magic happens! ...lol, I just never changed it because I'm always affraid I'll forget it if I do.

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1998....NEWB!!!! (ive been on the inet since before it was public, before it was even in this kind of form, (gopher archie etc)in the early 1980's, FYI. I thikn 1984 or 1985 sounds about right.) real names we keep, we come up with in mostly the same way, as do we come up with our passwords.

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1998....NEWB!!!! (ive been on the inet since before it was public, before it was even in this kind of form, (gopher archie etc)in the early 1980's, FYI. I thikn 1984 or 1985 sounds about right.) real names we keep, we come up with in mostly the same way, as do we come up with our passwords.

 

Lol, I'm not a newb, I'm just not old! I don't know squat about computers anyway.

 

My father had a Texas Instruments home computer that he hopped up to a rotary dialer that we could use to call other computers when I was a kid in the 80's. There was no real net back then, but there were hosted chat rooms. Text only.....lol, no pics and very few sounds back then. We used our first names. I remember playing "Kings Quest". It was the very first computer game I ever saw with pictures. Before that, we had "The Mist" based on a Stephen King book. It was a text game, kind of fun if you liked to read alot. but thoes were the first two times I remember useing a handle or screen name. I forget what it was.......Jeesh, I coulden't have been more than 8 or 9.....lol!!!!

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That's funnt! I remember our first computer. My dad did some of the very first work with IBM on computers. He got the bugs out of the first bar code scanners used in stores. Remember the old handheld jobs? Anyway he came home with this Texas Intruments TI-99 and we thought we were the shit. He hooked up a tape recorder to it and taught us how to write programs and stuff. we stored them on cassete tapes. Me and my brother wrote this space invaders game and played it back when atari had the best games out there. Damn that was a long time ago...

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I did some programming in high school on our then state of the art desk computer. The third I belive 1173 minnie computer . Been so long that may not be the right frame #. The disk drive was a "cake pan" drive, with removable 75# triple disks. The disc had to be mapped on paper forms and a deck of disk instructions manually keyed onto punched cards and included in the program deck. The programs were in COBOL and Fortran, or assembler. It also had 2 vacuum tape drives and a genuine telephone modem. I wrote most of the first program to run the linotype machine in the print class to set the County government paper. Not quite the internet, but an early intranet! I also still have 2 or 3 Commodore 64's in the attic of my garage!

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Ahh, the good "old" days of computer networking. :rolleyes:

 

Where it took you ten minutes to download one porn picture at 2400 baud to get your daily fix of smut (usually a "Rusty & Edie's BBS" pic on top of it) where one third of the picture would be an advertisement for other porn BBS numbers to call. :wub::up:

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the 5150 is the first IBM deskstop that wel all could buy. I have one that only takes 512k, and is a higly collectible item, if anyone is interested! LOL.

 

2400 baud? try 120 baud on a headset coupler.....newb....LOL...and learn how to use UUENCODE.EXE and UUDECODE.EXE while yer at it.... :) newb newb NEWB!!!!!

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Our"mini" computer was a desk unit. Not a desktop, it was a large office desk sized piece. The disc drive was a drawer that filled the entire right side of the "desk". It was lined with plate steel to contain a disc crash, because the 75# disc ass'y made a pretty good gernade when it crashed. The keyboard was a teletype steel piece. Periphials were an 80 column printer, 2 vacuum tape drives, a card reader, and a card punch. The screen was a "huge" 21" grn/blk tv screen. As I remember the screen was turned long dimension vertically and only displayed 40 colums, wich ment toggling l/r to read the width of the page.

 

We also had 4 keypunch machines, a sorter and a collator, and a tabulator. The tab was the heart of the card based data prossesing system. The computer was a new technoligy and was "state of the art", not a mainstream product yet. IBM 360 mainframes were the norm for large corporations, smaller companies were all using punch cards. The people that were the ancestors of Mac users, preferred the Sperry Rand card system with round punches, and Univac mainframes!

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2400 baud? try 120 baud on a headset coupler.....newb....LOL...and learn how to use UUENCODE.EXE and UUDECODE.EXE while yer at it.... :) newb newb NEWB!!!!!

 

I'm quite familiar with UUENCODE and UUDECODE, thank you. There were still very much in fashion when I logged on to the Internet for the second time in my life (this after a stint in the mid to late 80's using monochrome display, headset coupled networked computers on ARPANET to order vehicle parts while serving in the U.S. Army). As a matter of fact, I still have a program (Powerdesk shell) on my computer now that has both UUENCODE and UUDECODE capabilities still built into it for the few times I have to deal with archaic computers. :haha:

 

UUENCODE and UUDECODE ain't shit (complexity-wise) compared to using UNIX or LINUX without a front end GUI to hold your hand though. :ph34r:

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Heh, I'm sure you would have learned how to use them right fast yourself (UUDECODE.EXE) back in the olden days of the late 80's and early 90's if you got your rocks off looking at porn. :up::wub:

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