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  1. #101
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    link no worky. Couldn't get it to come up directly either.

    so disappointing....

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    I'm hosting a bunch of domains on that server so you won't be able to get there via the IP and the name probably hasn't made it to all the DNS servers yet. The name should resolve soon.

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    Sweet. You rock.

    A cool thing is that the last light bulb in this room blew today so I'm typing this in the dark*; I guess I rock too.

    *well I got some monitor glow, yo.

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    How about a bumper sticker of Shinjuku making warm stinky bukakke on George Bush's face? I'd buy a few of those.
    ˇÓrale, vato!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viva
    How about a bumper sticker of Shinjuku making warm stinky bukakke on George Bush's face? I'd buy a few of those.
    i was thinking the same thing today. i'm thinking up a whole political series.
    problem is you can only put up one bumpersticker design at a time... maybe there is a better way to get stickers? i'll look into that.

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    So glades, how'd the project end up going off? shinjuku?

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    SHINJUKU, MOTHERFUCKERS!

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    One Angry Whelk Found

    Check out "EPOCH", a B-grade science fiction movie about a 4 billion year old alien mollusk shaped structure found hovering in Bhutan, that just may change the future of all lifeforms on the planet.


    Click here http://littleman.com/movies/films/7/000179457.html

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    I used to have mad Flash developer steeze. Angry Whelk the animated series on www.angrywhelk.com a possibility?
    "I smell varmint puntang."

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    Friday afternoon bump of one of the greatest threads ever.

    Shinjuku, Motherfuckers!

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    Wow, I can't believe my thread turned into this. That is all.
    Set my compass North, I got Winter in my blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road trip
    Friday afternoon bump of one of the greatest threads ever.

    Shinjuku, Motherfuckers!
    I am fairly new to this site and a lot of times it is just ridiculous spew. But I almost ruptured myself laughing - you guys were rocking with this one. Thank god I have real walls not a cube.

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    It's hard to be funny on command, but I can do it.
    Basom and Roo are even better.

    Shinjuku, man. Think about it.

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    randomly saw this:

    Hollow smoke the hole transmitting
    her hair come out like red meat through uh screen door
    wiped her shoulder balanced like a ball
    her face was erect on a long thin neck
    light rubber mountains in the distance stretched
    under wind blown spider webs
    the wind puffed out drank the blue sky
    one milk cloud grazed
    the sun sailed into black bag hung t' strap around
    the girl bowed 'n rested against her cocked hip
    a row of buttons ran up her like raisins
    crisp collars folds made shadows under her loose breasts
    feet orange rakes wiggled sand
    the sea moved returned claimed one lace paper plate
    like a frayed damp fish it spun 'n sank in a foaming circle
    a sandwich corner flys in a gulls beak
    she smiles her fingers skim into green beads
    drip roll 'n line off her creased palm
    clear salt diamonds sparkle on her nose
    black horns shadows her cheeks
    turn pink red pulp darts into speech
    'n rests between glazed white
    in a moment I say
    the day caught me full hot open eyes swam blood graphs
    cloth grated roughly damp where I set
    black hair fur 'n wings rancid rainbows
    hummed the half eatin' dead fish silver 'n pink brine
    bubbled from the torn off fin
    I searched for a stick
    poked the bloated bulb one scale broke loose like uh husk
    shaped like a fingernail blew away like paper
    over my shoulder the sand made the highway crawl
    black 'n wavy my car looked important
    a fat person moved noisily by with two small children
    on either hip disappeared down the beach as decorated genitals
    under an umbrella rocks stuck my buttered body
    I caught one under my nail 'n flicked it with my thumb
    Pena said: "You look like a sugared strawberry."
    we better get going before it gets cold 'n it makes us too hot
    Pena danced like a wounded stork - held her foot up
    screaming: "I have been bitten by something!"
    I consoled her - you have been attacked by a coke cap
    it's angry teeth prints fading
    Pena exclaimed: "That's the raspberries."
    uh banana like uh limp star drooped from her free hand
    this situation pleased the old man
    his face smiled leather laughter
    the thermos opened - the inside of the car
    tasted like a caramel you walked by
    this is cold - this is too - somebody will see if we do something
    about it - it's too day
    you wanted to - it was your idea - it's damp 'n cold 'n noisy
    at night though - cops might arrest us - who cares how we go
    together but Jesus?
    Pena your legs are pretty as uh crab the way they open
    "Are like pincers" said Pena innocently
    "Whales never come out of the water do they?" Pena tongued
    if that happened it would be uh sticky situation - listen to
    the ocean - I can't - all those little ears - ha ha pth pth zzzz
    Pena exclaimed: "That's the raspberries!"
    what more could you want than to be brought up?
    the old fart's heart beat like uh drum
    his mouth was dry 'n there was an angry whelk
    throbbing from where he'd been poked earlier that day
    while posing as a dead fish
    one fly had crawled through the nostrils in his intricate
    trout replica mask and had somehow got fouled-up in his
    intricate air-bulb atomizer breathing device 'n it whistled
    'n stank 'n tickled with every breath
    one leg had been torn off where the tube went in his mouth
    he could feel it hanging from his lip
    'n the thought of it almost made him vomit
    he was numb from the neck down
    and was too exhausted at this point t' dig himself out of the sand
    his whole scheme had been foiled
    by the fog that gathered on the inside
    of the detailed view holes
    that even upon close inspection
    appeared to be eyes


    - Don Van Vliet

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    Whoa.
    Captain Beefheart, way ahead of his time, as usual.
    What a visionary genius.
    Now I am drowned.

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    you are drown, dude

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    Question

    I wonder how glademaster's Happy Hands Club t-shirts turned out, anyway.
    It's idomatic, beatch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basom
    randomly saw this:
    Google also reveals this:

    OLLi the ORMER




    MYTH & LEGEND


    by


    A V J Brassell




    Introduction

    The Ormer (Haliotis Tuberculata) is considered by Guernsey people to be the Islands own Gastropod.Its name is derived from the French for "Sea Ear" which relates to the Gastropods shape. It is better known as one of the many species of Abalone to be found around the world.

    The flesh of the ormer has been eaten in Guernsey, the northern most limit of the Gastropods range in Europe, since time immemorial and it has found a special place in Guernsey folklore.I remember being told as a child of the Giant Ormer of the Russell which if hit by a passing ship could cause it to founder. The Giant Ormer was alleged to be responsible for many of the mysterious sinkings off Guernsey’s east coast.

    There were also the mysterious swimming Ormers of the west coast which trailed beautiful veils of delicate white and were known as the fairies of the sea.

    But for me the talking Ormers of the south coast are the most evocative and real of all the many stories about our favourite gastropod and it is they that are the inspiration for "Olli the Ormer".

    The Talking Ormers

    It is said that many years ago when the Ormer was under extreme pressure from human hunters, a small colony at the bottom of the steepest cliffs on the South Coast of Guernsey, was led to safety by the first of the talking Ormers.

    He has gone down in Ormer legend as "The Deliverer".

    It was "The Deliverer" who taught the other Ormers to speak, enabling them to warn each other of approaching danger. It was also that hero who brought them out from under the rocks when all was clear, and taught the Ormers how to hold their heads high and enjoy life to the full.

    Legend has it that the talking Ormers can still be found at the bottom of the South Coast cliffs but it is a foolish man who tries to climb down those cliffs to find them. So there Olli and his family live safe and happy carrying on the talking Ormer tradition.

    When in his favourite rockpool Olli is surrounded by his family and friends.They include Red, the Jersey Ormer, a special friend washed ashore on a piece of driftwood after a very fierce South Easterly gale. There is also another friend called Barney, because of the large barnacle on his shell. We must not forget Molly, Olli’s mum, together with his many smaller brothers and sisters.

    As well as the Ormers there are also a collection of creatures of many different shapes and sizes. Winkles, limpets and an angry whelk all cling to the sides of the rockpool. An old hermit crab scuttles across the bottom of the pool, while several shrimps feed amongst the green weed near the pools surface.

    A few small fish hide in the shade at the bottom of the pool and occasionally a bigger fish gets trapped as the tide drops. These are special moments for the inhabitants of the pool as they get to meet travellers from the big sea. It can be dangerous however if the big fish turns out to be hungry.

    Look out for stories about Olli and his friends on this site and when you visit Guernsey
    Weird

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    Exclamation

    Thank god there isn't an "angry winkle."
    It's idomatic, beatch.

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    Talking Heh.

    I need more Whelk in my life. Seriously.
    Drive slow, homie.

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    i just wanted to add that gflademaster is the worst poster in the history of the internet.

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    I'm bumping a classic because I've got about 24 hours left in what has been a 3 week stay in Shinjuku for school/work. The worst part about the trip was wanting to yell Shinjuku Motherfuckers! every time we swiped our passmo at the JR line's turnstiles - sadly, no one would have gotten the reference.

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    bump

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    This thread has gotten better with age.

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    I don't think my apathetic HS environmental group ever did get around to making shirts, but wow, I just read through this thread for the first time in 9+ years. I feel it may have been my greatest contribution to TGR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FNG View Post
    I used to have mad Flash developer steeze. Angry Whelk the animated series on www.angrywhelk.com a possibility?
    This thread is awesome. I will offer my decade late assistance in animating if anyone wants to put the time in for storyboarding and designing. That would be funny shit.

    But I assume the funnies may be lost to spontaneity.
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