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  • in reply to: Community #209621
    HelloMabel
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    Yeah, I was advised to avoid season 4 by enough people. At some point I’ll watch it and form my own opinion, but currently there’s just not enough time.

    Thursday’s episode was great, though I felt the ending was a bit of a cop-out.

    in reply to: Dollarpounds Cryptocoins #209620
    HelloMabel
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    I’d like to purchase my Portable Pecos Pesos Purse using the Pecos Pesos payment plan, please.

    in reply to: Community #209572
    HelloMabel
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    And now for season 5. Two episodes in, it’s not hilarious, but it’s promising. Jonathan Banks was good. I couldn’t say how much better season 5 is than season 4, which I haven’t watched, but tonight I had quite a few chuckles and one or two good belly laughs, courtesy of Abed, of course. Plus the familiar whooshing sound of references going over my head, which just makes me extra giddy about the ones I do get. Bring it on.

    in reply to: Hobbit spoilage #209520
    HelloMabel
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    I’m seeing it on Sunday.

    in reply to: Anyone seeing The Grand Budapest Hotel next Spring? #209492
    HelloMabel
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    Yep. I cracked up.

    in reply to: Night of the Doctor Minisode #209444
    HelloMabel
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    Oh!

    in reply to: Smeg Car Fridge #209339
    HelloMabel
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    If Bibby were still around, he’d have rummaged around the junk yard for an actual old Fiat and made one from that.

    in reply to: Smeg Car Fridge #209337
    HelloMabel
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    Oh my god, if the RDX set builders had seen this, they’d’ve had a cherry red one to match the couch.

    in reply to: A Bit Of a Chat with Ken Plume & Doug Naylor #209335
    HelloMabel
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    I wonder if Neil Innes knows Ken Plume is using one of his songs as his theme tune.

    in reply to: Animal Crossing: New Leaf #209334
    HelloMabel
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    I still don’t play this and probably never will, but I love that Tanya’s town is called Rutland! Makes me want to drop in and watch RWT. :)

    in reply to: Anyone seeing Muppets Most Wanted next Spring? #209006
    HelloMabel
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    Avenue Q has adult-themed Muppets too.

    in reply to: COSTCO #208965
    HelloMabel
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    in reply to: What I did with my Saturday… #208882
    HelloMabel
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    Apropos (well not really, but I didn’t want to start a new thread) :

    http://io9.com/5893615/absolutely-mindblowing-video-shot-from-the-space-shuttle-during-launch

    I don’t know about “absolutely mind blowing,” but certainly awe-inspiring.

    in reply to: Sebby C #208857
    HelloMabel
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    > I’m moving soon

    Shit. I was planning a trip to Denver and was going to look you up. Where are you off to?

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208814
    HelloMabel
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    TO MAKE ME JEALOUS.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208796
    HelloMabel
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    Currently enjoying DWDW 2 about Robert’s Rebellion.

    in reply to: What I did with my Saturday… #208766
    HelloMabel
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    *excuse

    in reply to: What I did with my Saturday… #208765
    HelloMabel
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    That is so awesome. I’ve been to Houston twice visiting friends, and one of them works at Johnson. So I, too, have no exceuse for not visiting.

    You’re also a great photographer, btw.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208752
    HelloMabel
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    Points from the podcast:

    1. The show not making it very clear that Jon never betrayed or intended to betray the Night’s Watch: that was true for me. I was *pretty* sure of it, but certainly had my moments of doubt.

    2. Talisa being basically invented in order to be slaughtered: Maybe you’re right that that’s why she was invented, but in practice she contributed much more than that. Robb and Talisa’s early conversations about the cost of the war, and his falling in love with her and eventually choosing love over duty, both added depth to his character. I was remembering Robb telling Bran to not look away from the execution of the deserter in the beginning of season 1, and Talisa called that back by forcing Robb not to look away from the war casualties.

    3. The viewers expecting the Starks to make a comeback because of their last appeal to Walder Frey: yes, growing up on a diet of Hollywood endings, I was absolutely taken in, and I’m sure that’s also exactly what the producers wanted for numerous reasons, of which I’ll just point out two. First, going all the way back to season 1, they put Ned Stark on the cover of the DVD and also reissued the first novel with him on the cover. Because of that, even after he was killed, I thought, “The Starks are the ones we’re supposed to root for, so they’ll eventually win.”

    Another contributing factor is the fact that in the opening titles, the violins join in playing the main theme just as Winterfell is shown. The violins in an orchestra often represent the hero. Even when they changed the order in which the houses were shown, they always lined up Winterfell with the violin entrance when they could easily have used that moment to highlight a different house. Now that I’m thinking about it, they may finally have done that this season, but Winterfell was highlighted enough (I’m pretty sure it was at least the twenty episodes of season 1 and 2) that it was certainly intended to have an unconscious impact on the viewer, and it did on me.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208731
    HelloMabel
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    This podcast is extraordinarily well done. Go listen now.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208708
    HelloMabel
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    Very nice of you/them to indicate where the book spoilers start.

    in reply to: Happy birthday, Danny! #208698
    HelloMabel
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    Freeze the video at just the right moment and you get a triple-thumbs-up from Ian and Gromit.

    in reply to: This is a Dwarfcast….or is it? #208697
    HelloMabel
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    > even “meh” Red Dwarf fares better than the best episode of Two and a Half Men.

    Yes. But “meh” rainbow test pattern also fares better than TaaHM.

    I’m taking a breather having listened to nearly the first half of the Ouroboros one.

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208696
    HelloMabel
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    I want to read that. No I don’t. Yes I do. No I don’t.

    in reply to: Happy birthday, Danny! #208660
    HelloMabel
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    Hooray! Hooray! It’s Danny’s special day!

    in reply to: Animal Crossing: New Leaf #208640
    HelloMabel
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    So what did you do when you got to “Fun, fun, fun”?

    in reply to: Holly (not Hilly) interested in Red Dwarf return? #208636
    HelloMabel
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    I missed P2P’s RD IX fan trailer! *off to YouTube

    in reply to: Holly (not Hilly) interested in Red Dwarf return? #208635
    HelloMabel
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    My gut reaction is, no. Even if it were an episode such as Si describes, I’d be afraid of it feeling gimmicky or contrived a la Duane and Ace in “Emohawk” (especially since we already had that storyline with “Fathers and Suns”). If Doug could avoid that, and give Holly some solid woofers, then I guess I’d be willing to give that idea a chance – but Doug would be setting himself one tough writing assignment.

    As for bringing back the character full-time, I agree with Stephen and Ridley that it wouldn’t work. Having said that, if an episode contains good jokes and/or character development, I’ll probably like it at least partially.

    in reply to: RIP Richard Matheson #208548
    HelloMabel
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    It’s very effective; so much so that it gave me nightmares as a kid.

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208448
    HelloMabel
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    Rosie from the IntroCast doesn’t like Doctor Who.

    in reply to: RIP Richard Matheson #208447
    HelloMabel
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    Aw. We’re a nice bunch. There’s a lot of fan love here, not just for Red Dwarf, and especially when one whose work touched our lives has just passed on. For example, I wore my Where the Wild Things Are shirt last week in memory of James Gandolfini.

    I also regularly Google people and things that others talk about on G&T that I’ve never heard of. :)

    > Shame he only made on contribution to Star Trek TOS. The Enemy Within is brilliant.

    Yes! One of my favorite TOS episodes, actually.

    in reply to: Animal Crossing: New Leaf #208446
    HelloMabel
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    Even having nothing to do with this game, I’m verily enjoying this thread.

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #208373
    HelloMabel
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    Cheers Ben, we’ll be in touch.

    in reply to: Iany S #208365
    HelloMabel
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    Why not. Congratulations, cunts. ;)

    in reply to: Iany S #208361
    HelloMabel
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    Anyone who has ever sat down and checked updates on G&T before checking their own e-mail, is the site’s cunt. I qualify. Who else does?

    in reply to: Iany S #208359
    HelloMabel
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    Welcome Tanya! Now we have three Jonathans and two Tanyas. Intriguingly, we also have two monkeys.

    in reply to: PEACE IN OUR TIME #208358
    HelloMabel
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    Well… okay. Googling ‘iain lee cunt’ will steer you in the right direction.

    I’d recommend not posting in that thread, though, since bygones are bygones now.

    (My God, that thread is 5 years old!)

    in reply to: Jonny C #208343
    HelloMabel
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    It’s our Cappsy’s birthday. Show him the love, people.

    in reply to: PEACE IN OUR TIME #208323
    HelloMabel
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    Since he’s not a time lord, I think he’ll have to settle for the lite version:

    Symes And Relative Dimension In Near-Earth Space

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #208322
    HelloMabel
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    > If/when I schedule the thing you’re more than welcome to join us!

    Excellent!

    > Do you have my email address?

    No.

    in reply to: Danny S #208304
    HelloMabel
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    That sounds excellent. I have relatives in Kentucky, so maybe I’ll make a trip out of it sometime. :)

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #208303
    HelloMabel
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    Knightmarathon? Count me in.

    in reply to: Iany S #208302
    HelloMabel
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    Hi. Welcome. :)

    > I’m looking for the Red Dwarf discussion which I assume there must be

    I like that show.

    in reply to: And now a game everybody at G&T can enjoy… #208289
    HelloMabel
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    My Okie side of the family loves that movie, and many of them can quote it as easily as I can quote Red Dwarf lines. The leg lamp inspired a running gag at our Christmas parties, in which mannequin legs got passed to a different man each year in the Dirty Santa game. They finally ended up as the bumpers for Uncle Mike’s boat.

    Oh, the shenanigans we got up to in the rollicking Reagan years!

    in reply to: Lost in Translation #208288
    HelloMabel
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    > Butter-pat is a substance that the swedish doesn’t have a word for

    Until now, I never knew butter-pat was a different substance from butter. In American usage, a pat is the small, square piece of butter you get when you slice off the edge of a stick of butter, so I thought that’s what the line referred to.

    in reply to: PEACE IN OUR TIME #208272
    HelloMabel
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    > PEACE IN OUR TIME

    LEE’S IN OUR SYMES

    > Come up and see me some Syme.

    Ben, he already has! Driven through Pasadena on the 210 lately?

    https://plus.google.com/109070721920307211940/photos?hl=en&socfid=web:lu:kp:placepageimage&socpid=1#photos/at/109070721920307211940

    in reply to: And now a game everybody at G&T can enjoy… #208271
    HelloMabel
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    > And my only edge is being raised lower-class hillbilly … good for cussing, maybe not for spelling.

    Whereas I was brought up to be a pretentious wuss who believed that people who cussed were bad people. As a kid I once asked my aunt why those guys playing ping-pong kept saying “bullcrap.” Told that it’s a swear word, I started crying because I had said it out loud!

    If I could talk to ten-year-old me, I would shake her by the shoulders and say, quit being such a goodie-goodie twat.

    in reply to: PEACE IN OUR TIME #208239
    HelloMabel
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    >>MORE INFO PLZ!

    >WHAT HE SAID!

    WHAT THEY SAID!

    in reply to: And now a game everybody at G&T can enjoy… #208195
    HelloMabel
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    Why is Z fighting with S for possesion of CUNT? Is CUNTZ a word now?

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208194
    HelloMabel
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    > Twix isn’t hollow here either, it’s the same theory as a Tim-tam explosion – you suck the tea through the biscuit section.

    Jo has just made my tea breaks 200 times better.

    in reply to: Danny S #208193
    HelloMabel
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    > That’s because the field trips are expensive as shit, no matter how fun they are, for some of us. :-P

    In that case: Field trip to Indianapolis! :) What is there to do, Annie? Give us a tour!

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208192
    HelloMabel
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    Sweeping panorama shots of Dany’s army rule – both as episode endings, and just in general.

    Yes, the closing music was brilliant and suitably awe-inspiring to match the scene. Ramin Djawadi’s score really makes the show special. The use of melodies, notably the Lannister song, as motifs to help move the story along, is a vey effective trick.

    Equally notable is the absence of music. Last week, after the Red Wedding, the end credits played to absolute silence, which added to the feeling of utter shock I think. I believe they did the same thing after Ned Stark’s death, but have to double check that to be sure.

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208164
    HelloMabel
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    I vote for Godiva. Not just shit, but ridiculously expensive shit.

    http://www.soap.com/p/godiva-dark-chocolate-bar-72-cacao-323623?site=CA&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc_S&utm_term=ZQB-25898B&utm_campaign=GoogleAW&CAWELAID=1323254865&utm_content=pla&adtype=pla&cagpspn=pla

    I really should learn how to do that thing where I replace a url with a word.

    in reply to: Danny S #208160
    HelloMabel
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    > G&T FIELD TRIP.

    We don’t have nearly enough of these. :)
    Congratulations on your new place, Danny, now stand back while we party it to shambles!

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208135
    HelloMabel
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    In the US, Twix is not hollow in the middle. But the idea sounds brilliant. I’ll try it with Pirouettes. :)

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208117
    HelloMabel
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    I did a blind chocolate taste test last year. Because I went to college in Austria for a while, I was able to recognize Lindt, Ritter Sport and Milka by texture and flavor. Hershey’s, Ghirardelli and Godiva, I wasn’t able to recognize, but I could tell they were American because they were, as Ben rightly says, shit.

    Weirdly, Ghirardelli is a division of Lindt, but something about being headquartered in California must make them think they are only allowed to make chalky and sugary products instead of chocolatey ones. Blech.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208092
    HelloMabel
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    Sorry I totally missed the gist of your earlier post, Ridley. :) I haven’t been paying attention to fan reactions other than what I read on here.

    > Oh Rickon, you’re here. Well off you go then.

    So true! lol

    > Speaking of plots from this episode that shouldn’t be forgotten: Arya and The Hound. The only thing better than the way Arya’s development has been written is how awesome Maisy Williams is.

    Maisie is amazing. I loved it when the Hound told her she was too nice and it would get her killed one day, then the old guy woke up and she knocked him out again.

    Something struck me as odd about her last scenes (Hound loses Arya/Arya sees a guy kill Grey Wind/Hound finds Arya). Maybe it was the editing. It all seemed quite rushed, and I don’t quite understand if she ever really escaped, or if she knew the Hound would find her again and just wanted to go see what was going on.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208083
    HelloMabel
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    Which reactions?

    (spoilers)

    Walden Frey ordering the massacre? He is a mean, callous and unfeeling man who still felt he had been wronged – so that seemed in character to me.
    Robb staying with Talisa’s body rather than run away? A very Stark thing to do, I think.
    Roose Bolton killing Robb? We already know him to be ruthlessly violent.
    Catelyn slitting Walder’s wife’s throat? Definitely a mom thing. My mom is the sweetest woman on the planet, but she would want to hurt anyone who killed my brother or me. In that moment, murdering his wife was the closest Catelyn could get to hurting Walder himself. Or she may have been so grief-stricken that she didn’t entirely know what she was doing.

    It was almost too difficult to watch, but analyzing it afterward, every decision seemed to have a reason, unless I forgot something.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #208079
    HelloMabel
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    I think I didn’t breathe or move for the first minute of the end credits. *long shudder*

    in reply to: Danny S #208078
    HelloMabel
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    Looking at images of the city. Turning Torso is pure awesomeness. Will you upload photos when you get settled in? I’m very good at living vicariously through friends. :)

    > Still can’t quite believe i’m here doing this to be honest. Really weird feeling.

    Having seen some of your previous accomplishments, I can totally believe it.

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208073
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Ben Paddon – weren’t you on a panel at Gally that debated who should portray the Twelfth Doctor? Or am I misremembering this?

    in reply to: Danny S #208070
    HelloMabel
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    Wait, a hotel room? I hope your employer’s reimbursing this. When do you get more permanent digs?

    in reply to: Danny S #208040
    HelloMabel
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    > You must be psychic Mabel, because I’m sure someone said let’s do a Danny S thread on Saturday night, haha.

    It’s because in my heart I was there partying with you all. :)

    in reply to: The Name of The Doctor #208004
    HelloMabel
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    > One thing I will say is that the theme tune sounds amazing on head phones.

    Last night I saw one of my violin students in her school music ensemble’s final concert. The grand finale was “I am the Doctor” arranged for chorus, flute, alto sax, violin, viola, harp, piano, synth, guitar, bass and drums.

    It was awesome.

    in reply to: Johnny H #207979
    HelloMabel
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    Yes, happy birthday! As your gift, I would like more G&T articles, please.

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #207975
    HelloMabel
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    Now I’m remembering the grilling I got going through customs at BHX. I’d love to be a fly on the wall when that customs official meets Pecospete!

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #207974
    HelloMabel
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    Small point: Universal Studios is in Hollywood. You’re thinking of our *other* mega amusement park tourist trap.

    in reply to: Popchips #207973
    HelloMabel
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    To confuse and infuriate.

    in reply to: Things found through Red Dwarf Google Alerts… [2] #207972
    HelloMabel
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    > Ohhhhhhhh, you gone and done it now, Maybelline.

    I done started back doin’ the things I used to do.

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #207961
    HelloMabel
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    > Because of my strong Political views and pro gun views I am on several watch lists!
    > I don’t bring them here!

    Sebby P

    Sebby P

    Hmm. ;)

    in reply to: Popchips #207949
    HelloMabel
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    I was amazed and thrilled to learn about your color-coded chip bags. I’d like to campaign to color-code them in the US as well.

    in reply to: Popchips #207945
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    “I have all 61 episodes of the BBC series, Red Dwarf. Aaaaaaaand… Cracker Jack.”

    No, you’re right. Fiddle Faddle is better in every way.

    in reply to: Jonny C #207939
    HelloMabel
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    I’ve never been more glad to have my job and not yours.

    in reply to: Question for those who saw an episode (or more) filmed #207937
    HelloMabel
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    Hey! We both spread that at the same time!

    in reply to: Jonny C #207925
    HelloMabel
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    > On a separate note, ‘cuntery crock’.

    Joey – If you enjoyed that, may I introduce the incredible, spreadable world that is: The Butter Thread.

    Question for those who saw an episode (or more) filmed


    Essential G&T reading and perhaps the forum’s finest hour. :)

    Check it out now!
    (Funk’s yo butter.)

    in reply to: Jonny C #207919
    HelloMabel
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    Glad to hear you all are out of harm’s way. And fyi, all missed references can be found in the Sebby P. thread, though I doubt it’s worth trawling through it all. Just our usual cuntery crock.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207908
    HelloMabel
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    I love you too, Carrie! Hugs all around!

    in reply to: Sebby P #207896
    HelloMabel
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    Besides: we didn’t get an April Fool this year. We got a May Twat instead.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207895
    HelloMabel
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    I agree with Pete. Same reason that saying “the N word” is just as bad as referring to the actual word; it creates a mystique around it that perpetuates the “otherness” attitude toward black and brown people.

    I think Cappsy banned him at just the right time. It was entertaining for a while, even inspiring Jonsmad to create a farcical masterpiece, but then when Nancy insulted Jo P. I thought, this prick won’t last much longer. And he didn’t.

    in reply to: Jonny C #207894
    HelloMabel
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    And me. There goes that theory, then. :)

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #207893
    HelloMabel
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    The “Journey Across America” topic was great, I’ll admit. Any opportunity to sing the praises of IHOP.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207882
    HelloMabel
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    Just in case it was ever a matter for consideration: please don’t put any of his bullshit into the recommendations. He doesn’t deserve it.

    >All you can do is waste their time by making them read nonsense which they can’t really respond to.

    Or write amusing parodies that they don’t understand. And then ignore them.

    in reply to: Jonny C #207881
    HelloMabel
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    The moderator should have no affiliation with any cunt in any way.

    in reply to: Things found through Red Dwarf Google Alerts… [2] #207878
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Oh dear.

    in reply to: Things found through Red Dwarf Google Alerts… [2] #207793
    HelloMabel
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    http://www.reddwarf-x.com/

    Stumbled on this via Facebook. At first glance it looked like a site for illegally watching episodes, but the “watch online” links take you to Hulu, and they encourage people to buy the DVDs. So that’s alright, then.

    It looks nice, if a bit jumbled. The header “Ultimate Red Dwarf Source” is a bit of a stretch. It quotes Cappsy’s Trojan review, though it’s the same quote Seb used on TOS, so no proof the admin have ever visited G&T.

    The last update was on “Rijen 16, 2012.”

    in reply to: Pecospete666 appreciation thread #207792
    HelloMabel
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    It would be a lovely experiment if we would all ignore Nancy and see how long he keeps talking to himself before he sods off.

    in reply to: Game of Thrones – Season 3 #207789
    HelloMabel
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    I like Dany’s new knight. I like him a lot.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207701
    HelloMabel
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    > I think we have a tie between Jon and Mabel for best post ever.

    If I’d done the whole song rather than just the last verse and chorus, maybe I’d be in the running.

    As it stands, Jon definitely wins. I haven’t picked myself up off the floor yet.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207683
    HelloMabel
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    That was “Nutter Crap” by Morris Minor and the Mabel.
    Disclaimer: this song is in no way intended to compare stutterers to Nancy Hemming.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207682
    HelloMabel
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    He joined the forum to start a fight
    But nothing he said was coming out right
    ‘Cause P.S. he is a twat, obviously –
    He was dissing Ian Symes and he was trashing Sebby P.
    ‘Sebby P’?
    Sebby – Sebby – Sebby – Sebby –

    Will no one ever hear what he’ll say
    “With no affiliation any person any way”?
    He’s all caught up in a fucking cunt trap
    So join with him in the nuh, nuh-nuh-nuh, nuh-nuh-nuh, nuh, nutter crap.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207661
    HelloMabel
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    > This absurd display of morbid twattery has inspired me to achieve something with my life.

    This absurd display of morbid twattery has inspired me to play Cluedo.

    FWIW, “morbid twattery” is the best one since “cunty bollocks.”

    in reply to: Sebby P #207653
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Sounds good. Someone bring a candlestick.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207650
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Damn it. You saw right through my little ruse.

    in reply to: Sebby P #207647
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I was avoiding the thread on principle so as to not encourage him, but I couldn’t stay away. It is awfully entertaining in a sick way.

    Accomplishments? Well, today I taught my students an interdisciplinary music/physics lesson about checking for sympathetic vibrations of the strings on their instruments to help improve their intonation. They thought it was magic until I explained the physics of it; then they found it even cooler. And they did play better in tune as a result of the lesson.

    Oh shit, two accomplishments? Um… I’ve performed recitals in five countries. Does that count?

    in reply to: Goitless #207590
    HelloMabel
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    Jo! I don’t think you need to feel bad about that at all. I’m sure no one else does – they were very impressive contestants and still got the jackpot. It was a perfect ending that you came in right when you did. :)

    in reply to: I Committed a Red Dwarf Atrocity #207587
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    That was so good, it shifted my entire world. ;)

    in reply to: Goitless #207586
    HelloMabel
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    >I went to two of the DJs a few years ago. I was so close to going to this one, but the fickle finger of fate flicking through his diary conspired to rid me of going to this amazing event.

    Hi Boz! I’ll welcome you in this thread because I’m avoiding that other thread. Welcome. :)

    DJXVII was my first DJ. Sorry you didn’t make it to and I didn’t get to meet you. Next one, hopefully.

    in reply to: Goitless #207582
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    Be sure to keep watching after the end credits.

    in reply to: Goitless #207577
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    It’s always the way when you feel under pressure.

    in reply to: He passed out after the first 500 yards #207454
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    You raised nearly $2,000. So shut up. ;)

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