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Status Updates posted by OLD CS1

  1. Two shut-outs... happy happy, on to the next!

  2. Way to fall apart, guys...

    1. DoctorTom


      What do you mean? They've won 11 in a row now...

  3. I don't wanna come back down from this cloud...

  4. One to beam up, Mr. Scott.

  5. I know what you know; I feel what you feel.

  6. make[1]: *** No rule to make target `mibgroup/ip-mib/ipv6ScopeZoneIndexTable/ipv6ScopeZoneIndexTable_data_access.h', needed by `agent_index.lo'. Stop.

  7. "Freedom, taken for granted 'cause we don't know what oppression means."

  8. ...time started flowing reversely.

    1. Torr


      It can't go in reverse, cause it doesn't go forward. It's an absolute value like an inch. Don't matter what way you go, and inch is an inch is inch. A measurement we made up one day.

    2. atari2600land


      That means lunch won't be until yesterday!

  9. Imagine if I said that all my dreams are dreams of you...

    1. BDW


      I'd return the sentiment and then write erotic poetry about our homo love <3

    2. Random Terrain

      Random Terrain

      Dream stalking.

    3. OLD CS1

      OLD CS1

      Damn, too bad I can't "like" comments.

  10. AtariAge GIF and APNG support is really finicky...

  11. Shiggy diggy.

  12. Did you exchange a walk on part in the war for a lead role in a cage?

    1. yarjr


      A distance ships smoke is on the horizon.

  13. Asking is just polite demanding.

    1. jaybird3rd


      -- Max Headroom

    2. OLD CS1

      OLD CS1

      Winner, winner, chicken dinner!

  14. That was fscking heartbreaking...

    1. jaybird3rd


      Yeah, having to do a fsck usually is heartbreaking.

  15. In from July to August, according to BLS, Americans not participating in the labor force climbed from 89,957,000 to 90,473,000, pushing past 90,000,000 for the first time, with a one month increase of 516,000. In September, it climbed again to 90,609,000, an increase of 136,000 during the month. In January 2009, when President Barack Obama took office, there were 80,507,000 Americans not in the labor force. Thus, the number of Americans not in the labor force has increased by 10,102,000 dur...

    1. OLD CS1

      OLD CS1

      The sad thing that too many stalwart Republicans, particularly those in charge of the party and their advisers, refuse to admit is that it was Bush and his Republican hoard who not only set the foundation for the Democrats (starting with the take-over in 2006) and Obama, but also gave birth to the Tea Party. We have paid for far too much bullshit during the 2000s up to present -- hence, Taxed Enough Already (T.E.A.) Irrespective on your views of social welfare or national defense, the botto...

    2. OLD CS1

      OLD CS1

      @Atarifever: When the president has two-thirds of the government in his party, he becomes the leader of the government. The leader of any club, be it political party or sports team, sets the tone of execution entirely. Unfortunately, we have come to a point in our politics where party is first. And that sounds eerily similar to regimes of the past. BOTH parties demonstrate this: starting backward from the recent Florida congressional race in which the NRCC threatened to pull support of Da...

    3. OLD CS1

      OLD CS1

      @Hatta: Third party only ensures that the rabble gains and maintains control, because at heart, Conservative and Libertarians have much in common and should band together. Not a third party, but a truly revitalized Republican Party which, at one time in its history, stood for our beliefs. Splintered and fragmented parties now are akin to disjoint and small groups of revolutionaries fighting to retake a country from dictatorship: the smaller and more disjoint they are, the easier they are to...

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