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Ah, I'd love to wear a rainbow every day,
And tell the world that everything's OK,
But I'll try to carry off
a little darkness on my back,
'Till things are brighter,
I'm the Man In Black.

R.I.P. Johnny Cash.

Play Time: Lenny's 3D Snowboarding. Thanks Darkhorse.
Streak-O-Matic. Thanks SecretAgentMan.
Stories of the Day: US actor John Ritter dead at 54. More R.I.P.
Eat more dogs, Cambodians urged. Thanks Miguel Gonzalez.
Turtle with cracked shell gets fiberglass patch from auto shop. Thanks Ant.
Science!: Research to (Nearly) Die For.
Big Brother's in the House.
Satellite topples to floor in mishap. Thanks Matt Myers. Woopsie.
Follow-up: Website: Westerners Pretty Rich.
Thanks Mike Martinez.

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56. Re: No subject Sep 13, 2003, 16:49 ExcessDan
 
What does WalterEgo do?

Love,

Dan

xoxo

"Life is such a sweet insanity, the more you learn the less you know." ---Hogan
 
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55. No subject Sep 13, 2003, 16:37 Acleacius
 
Thats terrible news WalterEgo, you and Blue should take a couple of days off man.
You guys work all the time helping the community, take some time for yourself you deserve it.
Grandparents can be really tough to lose, they can sure know how to spoil us grandkids with attention


 
The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.That is easy.All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger.It works the same way in any country.
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54. Re: No subject Sep 13, 2003, 16:14 Bunko
 
Takin' a day off Blue?

There was only one catch and that was Catch-22
 
Who knows but that, on the lower frequencies, I speak for you?
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53. No subject Sep 13, 2003, 14:59 Rain
 
What the hell bobby?!?! No fricken update today?

 
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52. Re: John Ritter Sep 13, 2003, 13:24 ExcessDan
 
I think it's because you usually have the deaths separate from the links there.

Love,

Dan

xoxo

"Life is such a sweet insanity, the more you learn the less you know." ---Hogan
 
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51. Re: John Ritter Sep 13, 2003, 12:15  Blue 
 
Anyone else ever see a very weird little comedy called Real Men, starring John Ritter and James Belushi? I thought it was funny anyway.

One of my offbeat faves.

Do that few people look at the stories of the day? I can't believe the number of folks who asked why I didn't mention John Ritter....
 
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50. It's Been A While. . . Sep 13, 2003, 10:32 Zombiegoat
 
Probably a few months since I posted on this forum, but I wanted to make a quick note on this subject. The song "A Boy Named Sue" was, in my own estimation, one of the top ten best songs of all time, ranking right up there with "Hey Jude" and "Jumping Jack Flash." It was also a very seminal song in that it was the first one I ever heard that had swearing in it.

Johnny, you were the original son of a bitch, and we loved you for it. Thanks for the memories. . . you really did it "One Piece At A Time."

Zombiegoat
 
"Irony is good for the blood." -- S.E.K.
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49. Re: Two things... Sep 13, 2003, 03:57 ExcessDan
 
a friend of mine was going to see them in concert.. they're alright but i wouldn't pay for a cd or to see them live

Love,

Dan

xoxo

"Life is such a sweet insanity, the more you learn the less you know." ---Hogan
 
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48. Re: Two things... Sep 13, 2003, 02:57 Von Helmet
 
...I've dodged APC...

I'd dodge an APC as well, I wouldn't want to get run over or anything!!!!111 HAHAHAHAHAHasGFKAGF!!!

I should not be allowed to post at this time in the morning.

 
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47. Re: Two things... Sep 13, 2003, 01:22 nin
 
apc = A Perfect Circle...

nin - heard the new APC yet? I picked it up today.

I've never really been a fan of Tool, so I've dodged APC as a result. That could easily be a mistake on my part, but I've never heard any of their stuff. I've been listening to a lot of "ambient electronic movie score" stuff lately. Craig Armstrong's "As If To Nothing" really stuck with me... Rob Dougan is the same way. It's like a full orchestra crossed with drum machines and keyboards.

Supporter of the "A happy fredster is a muted fredster" fanclub.

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46. Re: Cash Sep 12, 2003, 23:55 verybad
 
1932 - 2003 Some of the best years music has had.

Johnny Cash was one of the very few celebrities that gave a damn about people with misfortunes, the man actually cared...

It's just a damn sad day, I feel like a member of my family has died.

 
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45. Re: Two things... Sep 12, 2003, 23:02 ExcessDan
 
what's apc?

Love,

Dan

xoxo

"Life is such a sweet insanity, the more you learn the less you know." ---Hogan
 
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44. Two things... Sep 12, 2003, 21:41 Bronco
 
nin - heard the new APC yet? I picked it up today. Still listening before I pass judgement.

Halsy - if you get a chance, shoot me an email. I found a book and before I buy it I want your thoughts on it.

-TPFKAS2S
http://www.braglio.org
And don't blame society, for all the evidence here, you are a sociopath.
 
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43. No Subjective Subject Sep 12, 2003, 20:57 wasrad
 
Scream.

 
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42. Re: No subject Sep 12, 2003, 20:12 Bronco
 
and old Willie and Waylon on a good road trip or drinking binge.

Have you ever seen Willy live? He performed at a local contractors company picnic about 5 years ago.

Aside from being one of the greatest song writers of all time, as well as an incredible performer, the guy is just hands down one of the nicest people you will ever meet.

He sat outside his bus for hours after the show bullshitting with every single person that wanted to spend a minute or two with him. No rush, no distracted looks to see when it's gonna end. When you talk to him, you are his focus.

How a guy that has been as huge as he is for as long as he has and still is a people person is just impossible to comprehend.

What a great human being. Can't wait till he is in the area again.

-TPFKAS2S
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And don't blame society, for all the evidence here, you are a sociopath.
 
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41. Re: John Ritter Sep 12, 2003, 19:32 WarPig
 
Anyone else ever see a very weird little comedy called Real Men, starring John Ritter and James Belushi? I thought it was funny anyway.

"Who are those clowns?... Clown attack!!!"

I never liked Three's Company but John Ritter did seem like a guy you could hang out with. R.I.P.

And even though I was never a fan of Johnny Cash, it's (of course) too bad he's gone. It's rare that someone his age crosses over through so many generations of listeners. R.I.P.




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40. Re: No subject Sep 12, 2003, 19:18 Hump
 
C'mon those Half-Life comics are teh funny

*bites tongue really hard*

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39. No subject Sep 12, 2003, 18:04 Nonicknameforme
 
Blue, I keep sending you various and sundry entertaning links, but they never get posted. C'mon those Half-Life comics are teh funny, oh well,[sarcasim] I guess BadgersBadgers is the penacle of OotB LotD. Such Quality. [/sarcasim]

 
"I'm too much of a narcisist to really hate stupid people."
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38. Re: Hardware! Sep 12, 2003, 17:53 Von Helmet
 
I can't get my Radeon 9500 Pro to work in 3D in Linux. I'm using Redhat 9.0 and it doesn't work. Curses.

But on the plus side, Ogle will play any DVD regardless of region on a locked drive.

Winnar.

 
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37. Re: Hardware! Sep 12, 2003, 17:41 Trashcanman
 
Well Nvidia just recently released a seperate AGPGart Driver in there Nforce drivers so it should work. I havn't tried it out on my home box yet too much work. one down side is ATI hasn't touched there drivers in months. Nvidia has better driver support in linux byfar.





Does anyone know the situation of the ATI drivers with Linux on an nForce board? Have they been fixed or are things still bad?

Nother question... given the choice, should I get the 9600 Pro or the 9500 Pro? The 9500 Pro is quite a bit more expensive... does it justify this price increase?

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