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On 9/26/2018 at 8:03 AM, tempdecal.wad said:

 

Cat comic.

Reminds me of my cat. Except she always says "Oh, I love you so much and I want to love you forever, please let me me nuzzle you and oh I'm so happy you're alive and I don't want anything more than to be close to you!" And she does that for about 10 seconds before she says "FUCK YOU FUCK OFF I HATE YOU NEVER TOUCH ME AGAIN I HATE YOU WITH ALL OF MY BEING I HOPE YOU DIE IN A NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST!".

 

And then it's rinse an repeat every time I interact with her. She's lucky she's so damn cute. And really lovable during those 10 to 20 second periods.

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I don't care what anyone says, the new Flyers mascot is awesome.

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If Ronald McDonald wasn't already my spirit animal, then my spirit animal would be Gritty.

 

 

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Yes, there are barbed wire collectors. Yes, they have an association.

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3 hours ago, HorrorMovieGuy said:

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Ever think cats need water too?

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I was looking around a bunch of old toys I had in the countryside, and I found this:

 

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I never noticed before that it says "Nintendo Gamecube". Does anyone know what it's supposed to be and where it came from? (Just for the record, I've never had a Nintendo console, so it was probably a gift or something).

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Yeah, I was in Roswell earlier today. I was also at another museum that had yet another extensive collection of barbed wire (that makes three in two days for me), and learned that there is a museum in Kansas dedicated to nothing but barbed wire. So a little bit of crazy conspiracy nonsense was quite welcome.

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As someone who has been barbed wired, I find it offensive that there would be museums dedicated to my misery and the scars I still have. 30 of them went away. 3 of them still remain. I can tell the temperature just by looking at how purple they are.

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On 10/2/2018 at 9:31 PM, Grazza said:

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Yes, there are barbed wire collectors. Yes, they have an association.

 

I'm from a farm and have built/repaired many a' barbed wire fence. My reaction to this image wasn't, "people actually collect this crap?", it was more like, "who in the hell would ever use the top four wires to build a fence?". Seriously, those look like they'd be a massive pain in the ass to splice together, and they look like they'd be expensive as hell!

 

I'll admit that I've seen this kind of barbed wire display before here in Canada, but it was in a ghost town that had been converted into a heritage site. The display in question was in an old smithy and was meant to show the various kinds of barbed wire that the blacksmith made in the shop and how they evolved over time.

 

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On 10/3/2018 at 12:52 PM, KVELLER said:

I was looking around a bunch of old toys I had in the countryside, and I found this:

 

 

 

I never noticed before that it says "Nintendo Gamecube". Does anyone know what it's supposed to be and where it came from? (Just for the record, I've never had a Nintendo console, so it was probably a gift or something).

Looks like a Gamecube walkie talkie. Never seen one before. I would wager it might be worth some money if it hadn't been buried in moist dirt for fifteen years.

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