I got Him! I Finally got the Fucker!

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  • LoungeMachine
    DIAMOND STATUS
    • Jul 2004
    • 32576

    I got Him! I Finally got the Fucker!

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    Originally posted by Kristy
    Dude, what in the fuck is wrong with you? I'm full of hate and I do drugs.
    Originally posted by cadaverdog
    I posted under aliases and I jerk off with a sock. Anything else to add?
  • Dan
    DIAMOND STATUS
    • Jan 2004
    • 12194

    #2
    That Was Very Funny.
    First Roth Army Kiwi To See Van Halen Live 6/16/2012 Phoenix Arizona.

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    • Nitro Express
      DIAMOND STATUS
      • Aug 2004
      • 32798

      #3
      How did he get that nice roasted meal out of that squished mess?
      No! You can't have the keys to the wine cellar!

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      • standin
        Veteran
        • Apr 2009
        • 2274

        #4


        That gives me an opening to brag about my dinner this week it was exceptional.
        High temp fast cooked quail with fresh lime, sea salt and medley of cracked peppers , mashed carrots, fresh baked bread encrusted with a medley of cracked pepper and sea salt, fresh braised green beans, brown rice and homemade butter with orange zest for the condiment.
        Last edited by standin; 08-14-2009, 05:35 PM.
        To put it simply, we need to worry a lot less about how to communicate our actions and much more about what our actions communicate.
        MICHAEL G. MULLEN

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        • Anonymous
          Banned
          • May 2004
          • 12749

          #5
          Wow, poor Wile E.... Embrancing Jaysus, noone deserves that. He'd be better off if he had cut the rope. At least his father could've forgiven him for it.

          That's it - I swear now before everyone in the Army that I shall NEVER fulfill my objectives & goals.

          Cheers! :bottle:

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          • Hardrock69
            DIAMOND STATUS
            • Feb 2005
            • 21888

            #6
            There is a used bookstore in town that has used DVDs, CDs, VHS tapes, computer games, used ipods, etc.

            Anyways, week before last I found a coffee-table sized hardback book called "The Animation Of Warner Brothers Cartoons".

            For seventy-five cents.

            VERY detailed history of how the Hollywood animation studios began in the late 20s, of course mostly based on what Walt Disney was doing.

            One of the first requirements of Warner Brothers was that each cartoon had to have a song in it that was being promoted by Warner Bros.. That is why some of the earliest cartoons from the early 30s had song and dance numbers in them.

            They called the cartoons in the 30s Merrie Melodies as sort of a competition to shorts that Disney was producing in the late 20s called Silly Symphonies.

            Man, the pictures were cool too!

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            • Little Texan
              Full Member Status

              • Jan 2004
              • 4579

              #7
              I loved watching Bugs Bunny cartoons on Saturday mornings when I was a little kid. I happened to turn on the tv one Saturday morning a while back and caught a little of what passes as Saturday morning "entertainment" these days. Horrible, just horrible! I feel sorry for today's kids!

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              • hideyoursheep
                ROTH ARMY ELITE
                • Jan 2007
                • 6351

                #8
                Interesting fact about Seth MacFarlane:

                On the morning of September 11, 2001, MacFarlane was scheduled to return to Los Angeles on American Airlines Flight 11 from Boston, Massachusetts, after delivering a keynote speech at his alma mater. Suffering from a hangover from the previous night's celebrations,and with an incorrect departure time (8:15 a.m. instead of 7:45 a.m.) from his travel agent, he arrived at Logan International Airport sometime around 7:30 and was unable to board the flight as the gates had been closed. Fifteen minutes after departure, American Airlines Flight 11 was hijacked, and at 8:46 a.m. was flown into the North Tower of the World Trade Center, later destroying the building.

                In an interview with TVShowsOnDVD.com, MacFarlane said the following about his close call:

                "The only reason it hasn’t really affected me as it maybe could have is I didn’t really know that I was in any danger until after it was over, so I never had that panic moment. After the fact, it was sobering, but people have a lot of close calls; you’re crossing the street and you almost get hit by a car… this one just happened to be related to something massive. I really can’t let it affect me because I’m a comedy writer. I have to put that in the back of my head."

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                • thome
                  ROTH ARMY ELITE
                  • Mar 2005
                  • 6678

                  #9
                  Just another Commie Liberal Homo trying to ruin what was one of the finest pieces of animation ever produced by attatching to it, like a parasitic leech.

                  McFarlan actually was at a "how to destroy american ideals thru poorly concieved stupid cartoons" convention and had forgotted his lube, so his hemoroids were hemaraging and he stopped to buy a box of tampax, for his ass, and was late for the "plane".

                  Sounds like a episode of his cartoon..?

                  Abraham Lincon was gay,cartoons like that......attemting to bring down the greatness that brought us this far, gay rites, gay, gay, gay, all of his cartoons every image and all dialogue is gay, if you watch them you will become slowly gay.

                  If you like them you are gay .

                  The Coyote never reaches his goal, this is a diatom disolution, of the maddness of mankind, reaching for the perfection of -God- .
                  A mankinds endless ability to achieve greatness, but always fall short of heaven in a world of mistakes, that must be surmounted daily to reach still, everything short of perfection.

                  But the Commies and thier Godless Agenda think it will be different in their sadistic hatred of life and lack of faith, the spirituality of the truth of the one creator .
                  Last edited by thome; 08-16-2009, 02:58 PM.

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                  • LoungeMachine
                    DIAMOND STATUS
                    • Jul 2004
                    • 32576

                    #10


                    It's a parody on the internet, fluffer.

                    You if anyone should appreciate that.

                    Originally posted by Kristy
                    Dude, what in the fuck is wrong with you? I'm full of hate and I do drugs.
                    Originally posted by cadaverdog
                    I posted under aliases and I jerk off with a sock. Anything else to add?

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                    • jhale667
                      DIAMOND STATUS
                      • Aug 2004
                      • 20929

                      #11
                      Oh, FFS.

                      Originally posted by thome
                      Just another Commie Liberal Homo

                      You oughta know, feltcher...


                      Seth is a genius. Anyone who posts about "Commie Liberal Homos" is GHEY....:tongue0011:
                      Originally posted by conmee
                      If anyone even thinks about deleting the Muff Thread they are banned.... no questions asked.

                      That is all.

                      Icon.
                      Originally posted by GO-SPURS-GO
                      I've seen prominent hypocrite liberal on this site Jhale667


                      Originally posted by Isaac R.
                      Then it's really true??:eek:

                      The Muff Thread is really just GONE ???

                      OMFG...who in their right mind...???
                      Originally posted by eddie78
                      I was wrong about you, brother. You're good.

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                      • Igosplut
                        ROTH ARMY WEBMASTER

                        • Jan 2004
                        • 2794

                        #12
                        That's partially where my username came from. The coyote always went "Splut"....
                        Chainsaw Muthuafucka

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                        • Coyote
                          ROTH ARMY SUPREME
                          • Jan 2004
                          • 8185

                          #13
                          Originally posted by Igosplut
                          That's partially where my username came from. The coyote always went "Splut"....
                          Mine came from that childhood admiration towards Wile E's tenaciously mad genius...
                          Why settle for something you have, if it's not as good as something you're out to get?

                          Originally posted by Seshmeister
                          It's like putting up a YouTube of Bach and playing Chopstix on your Bontempi...

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                          • chefcraig
                            DIAMOND STATUS
                            • Apr 2004
                            • 12172

                            #14
                            Has anyone else ever seen the rarely aired episode where the Coyote finally did catch the Road Runner? It was a "clips" episode, featuring Wiley remembering various routines trying to capture the bird, the entire time holding the RR by the throat. At last Wiley realizes that he has spent much of his life chasing after the creature, and what a void would be left if he stopped. The Coyote then releases the Road Runner, and the chase begins anew.

                            I've only met a handful of people in my entire life that ever saw this episode. I've only seen it twice, and that was back in the seventies. To my knowledge, it does not appear on any Warner Bros. compilations, and has not been syndicated.









                            “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.”
                            ― Stephen Hawking

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                            • WARF
                              DIAMOND STATUS
                              • Jan 2004
                              • 15347

                              #15
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