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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #15 on: July 03, 2006, 12:57:24 pm »
I would lick my screen if I wasnt at work :s people might see me and rumors would spread etc :(

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #16 on: July 03, 2006, 03:06:08 pm »
Or is it just Kasumi? (that's the first question):

Kasumi, Kasumi-Astra, it's all good. Go with what feels best.


Hops or Barley?

Hops? I don't like Barley Water drinks, and Hops makes beer, right? Go for the b33r, boo, go for the b33r!


Now that I've hit 10000 posts, should I aim for a really quick banning or something equally stupid?

Seems about right. 10,000 is nothing though. At Acmlm's board, Acmlm and Colin got to 40,000. No pain, no gain. Now get to it!


which better describes Torp: Apostolic Alcoholic, or Messianic Manic?

Alcoholic rings a bell. I'll go with that one.


Should I do my "traditional" "which person, fictional or real, would you like to be" question-set on you?


Fictional: Major Motoko Kusunagi. Invisibility, awesome attitude and body, and she lives with two other women? Yes please...

Non-Fictional: I can't remember his name, but he was the original test pilot on the first Shuttle Flight and he got to land on the moon. Two things I'd loved to have done.


You are having a dinner party, wherin five people, historic or fictional, living or dead, will join you for the evening.  Three are of one gender, two of the other.  Which five people will you invite to this party?

1) Isombard Kingdom Brunell. The man's a genius, and I'd love to talk to him about what he'd do with our failing railway system, and what he'd make of the new 186MPH Channel Tunnel Rail Link in the south of England

2) Wernher von Brawn. He's the guy who practically invented rocket science and helped the Americans into space. He also invented the V2, but what the hey.

3) Mr Biffo. He'd feel quite small compared to the others, but he's one of the opinions I listen to the most in the games industry. I'd also like to talk to him about his recent trip to Chernobyl.

4) Nancy Nangeroni. She's one of the hosts of the most popular transgender talk radio shows in the world, and she does a lot of activism as well. I've always admired transgendered people who don't go into "deep stealth" once they've transitioned for a better cause, and I'd love to talk to her about some of the issues that Britain could do with fixing.

5) Violet Berlin. Easily the woman I respect the most in the world. She's been a part of the gaming media and a prominent opinion for the last decade, and anything she writes is a joy to read. If only there were more women like Violet Berlin in the industry, I don't think we'd be wondering so much about the whole women in games issue.


Sexy Terrorist Bum Fun : Yes or No ?
No, thank you :-)


Would you like some toast?
I don't want any toast, in fact nobody here wants any toast. *bang*


How loud does a battleship weigh, true or false!!
Half full.


would Lexx like some toast?
No cumpets, no bagels, no muffins and definately NO SMEGGING FLAPJACKS.


What optional module did you take for next year? (Apparently we get told what we are doing within 2 weeks.)

Network Security. It's the only one that was recommended by the previous students that work at my placement. I'm not too thrilled about the situation, but at least it's not... Advanced... What was it again? :P

Have you had your 2nd visit yet?
Nope. None of the students here have. I must sort that out and e-mail Andy.

Have you kept upto date on paper work?!
No, but I'm certainly not the worst off out of the four students with us.


why is spunky's avatar so damn AWESOME!?
It's the way that the tongue looks like it's sticking to the screen by moving slowly. It gives the impresion of stickyness. Also the way the eye bobs a little when it moves back to the original position.


What does its lick taste of?! I bet its yummy.
Rasberry. Like doughnuts. Mmmm. Doughnuts.


Why is SomethingGood just awesome as a living entity of the world?! So much awesome should not be bestored in one person surely?!
No, he's like Bill Gates and he has to give it away to charity. I think some of it went into your avatar.
However, what is slightly less awesome is how he beat contestants in the teeshirt-ninja contest by not being a teeshirt ninja. Cheat :P


Will you let them eat cake?
If it's chocolate or spongecake, no. Cake is mine. If it's fruitcake or wedding cake, then yes. They're imposters.


should i lick my screen to see what spunky's avatar tastes like?
Perhaps it tastes like Spunky. Is that a risk you're willing to take?




Wow, all questions in one lunchtime. Sorry it took a while to notice guys, I'll come back later tonight to answer more.

Thanks for remembering, Bateman! :D

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #17 on: July 03, 2006, 03:32:15 pm »
why are you STILL bitter about my ninjary victory! i wrote ninja on my hat! i won fair and square!! i even voted for someone other than myself!! are you just jealous that im a better ninja than you? ;D

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #18 on: July 03, 2006, 03:42:59 pm »
How many cookies do you own right now ?

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #19 on: July 03, 2006, 04:00:03 pm »
Donuts or cookies?
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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #20 on: July 03, 2006, 05:12:00 pm »
cookies or cabbages?

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #21 on: July 03, 2006, 05:19:09 pm »
Music or TV?

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #22 on: July 03, 2006, 05:20:12 pm »
choco taco or chipwich?
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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #23 on: July 03, 2006, 06:56:16 pm »
creepy or crawly?

[this should be the right thread for that post]
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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #24 on: July 03, 2006, 07:30:12 pm »
Red or blue?

Why isn't the moon made of cheese?

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #25 on: July 03, 2006, 08:25:03 pm »
Given the fundamental basis of this world where everyone is giving a role in life to perform to his or her best efforts in order fom humanity to progress as it has done over countless centuries from early man, through the Out-of-Africa Theory, through the build up of Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilization and culture, continuing through the rise of Rome and China, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and into the 20th Century up towards now, and also given that our place in this world is predetermined by our own inherent abilities as well as the environment we grow up and are established in...

*deep breath* 

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #26 on: July 03, 2006, 08:39:49 pm »
Should I clean my desk?
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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #27 on: July 03, 2006, 09:38:09 pm »
Why has someone hijacked my Steam Account?
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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #28 on: July 04, 2006, 12:05:41 am »
Why does evilcandybag needs to add me on msn or send me an email how to get his account back ?

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Re: Machinae Hotseat: Kasumi-Astra
« Reply #29 on: July 04, 2006, 12:06:35 am »
How awesome is it to own an iMac?