Chat Thread 37: Diss Wants to Be Involved

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Im a sucker for action and emotion to, but to have such a sad ending, then have to live that moment of your suicide for the rest of your immotal life is sad.(Im Catholic

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The best ending is one that is sad and happy at the same time. Although I don't really care which it is, just so long as it is emotional.
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@sonic, well you watched movie instead of doing work, think positive yeah!!

@jeff ok, actually guy with master chief's suit from space does a magic dance and everyone becomes zombie, so ironman comez and save a day in book hamlet. I jus spoiled it

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texascat018 wrote:@jeff ok, actually guy with master chief's suit from space does a magic dance and everyone becomes zombie, so ironman comez and save a day in book hamlet. I jus spoiled it
Alright, I have to give you credit for that.
I'm still laughing out loud.
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JeffCvt wrote:We watched it when we read the play high school.
Ditto. Our whole class went roflcopter over the shootout scene at the beginning.

You Americans are weird. Who else would turn Shakespeare into CSI: Miami?
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Liam wrote:You Americans are weird.
You have to meet some of my friends.
And some of my friends friends.

They would try to turn this play into an epic space battle or something.
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exCUSE me, I didnt quite get thay, Im still laughing athe fact that someone can say that and it actually makes SENSE

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Otaku-Boy wrote:Im a sucker for action and emotion to, but to have such a sad ending, then have to live that moment of your suicide for the rest of your immotal life is sad.(Im Catholic
(hello Catholic, I'm Atheist)
texascat018 wrote:@sonic, well you watched movie instead of doing work, think positive yeah!!
no we had to do work afterwards

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O-oops.... uh.... sorry, didnt mean to be a jerk with that.

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and now we stop talking about religion before someone gets offended. k? ^_^
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JeffCvt wrote:Haven't read or seen Hamlet.

Don't spoil it.
If you've seen The Lion King, you have the general idea of what will happen. If you have seen Sons of Anarchy, you know whats going to happen almost scene for scene. Yes, Sons of Anarchy is an adaptation of The tragedy of Hamlet: Prince of Denmark that at points almost mirrors scenes from Hamlet, where as Lion King took characters from Hamlet, like Rozencratz and Guildernstern, and made them "family friendly" with the comic relief duo becoming Timone and Pumba, Hamlet's uncle becomes Scar, King Hamlet becomes Mufasa, and Ophelia becomes Nala, all with more family friendly traits, like how Rozencratz and Guildernstern are at first doing nothing but making "dirty" jokes, and being bumbling morons. Sorry to ruin it for you, but yah, that's the truth.
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ATTANTION JEFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Spoiler Alert Above Me!
If you don't want any of spoiler, do not read post above me. It gives you big nutshell of the book.
(chances are you reading this after reading post above me.)
Sorry Grey wolverine, I'm sincerly sorry. but I know Jeff don't like giving nor knowing spoiler.

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Thanks for reminding me, I forgot to put up spoilers.
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JeffCvt wrote:The best ending is one that is sad and happy at the same time. Although I don't really care which it is, just so long as it is emotional.
I agree, so long as it's smart too. My most favourite ending to a series or movie is the ending to Code Geass. Absolutely epic. Speaking of...
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And on the current topic: Hamlet was one of my favourite plays, not so much for its emotion but the story and development of its characters is one of the best (that is having only read 4 or 5 of his complete works).
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Why do we need spoiler tags for Hamlet?
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worse yet, that was talking about that lion king is somewhat similar and Sons of Anarchy is exactly the same, without actually spoiling the ending of any of the three things involved.
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Those are both really good questions, I doubt theyre going to be answered. :mrgreen:

Also, did I really start up a conversasion on Hamlet?

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Sleet wrote:Why do we need spoiler tags for Hamlet?
By actually reading the thread, you would have seen that JeffCvt asked us not to spoil the story for him.
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So, by that logic, telling him something that comes from Hamlet could be spoiling it.
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Okay, Ill bite, what the heck is Hamlet, I have no clue what it is. :| :|

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A play by Shakespeare.

The same guy who wrote Romeo and Juliet.
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It's probably Shakespeare's second-most famous play.
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Sleet wrote:Why do we need spoiler tags for Hamlet?
By actually reading the thread, you would have seen that JeffCvt asked us not to spoil the story for him.
Urf, I must have missed that.
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@Nyaliva
I just found this on NGO magazine
is it what you would often see?
no offense, not trying to be stereotypical.
I see beaver often around where I live.
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that koala fur suit is creepy. :shock:

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Otaku-Boy wrote:Okay, Ill bite, what the heck is Hamlet, I have no clue what it is. :| :|
Its a tragedy set in Denmark, and something I want to see in a live performance of. If your interested, all Shakespeare plays, sonnets ectera are public domain and can be accuired for very little with no royalty fees, your just paying for paper and ink.
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Otaku-Boy wrote:O-oops.... uh.... sorry, didnt mean to be a jerk with that.
oh psshh, you weren't, ai just wanted to say something :P

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@Texascat018

Sadly no, Koalas are quite shy and you're lucky to see them in the wild. They have areas where koalas live and signs telling people to slow down because they occasionally cross the street but I haven't seen any do so. You can go to wildlife parks to hold koalas but they're very strict because koalas can get scared and lash out if provoked, they definately say never to pick one up in the wild unless they are in danger of being hit by a car or something (and by the wild I mean anywhere that's not a wildlife park, they are everywhere, you just don't see them...). Oh and no offence taken, I like being able to explain things like this! :)

However, you've reminded me of a thread I've been meaning to start for a while. I'll be back in a bit.

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Saw the Avengers. Loved it. I'll never stop watching superhero movies anymore.
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Man, all of the talk here about the Avengers Makes me want to go and see it.

But I can't right now...
Stupid truck breaking down...
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JeffCvt wrote: Stupid truck breaking down...
still?? wan't it supose to be fixed by this week?

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texascat018 wrote:still?? wan't it supose to be fixed by this week?
...No

It was supposed to hopefully be fixed by the end of the week.
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JeffCvt wrote:
texascat018 wrote:still?? wan't it supose to be fixed by this week?
...No

It was supposed to hopefully be fixed by the end of the week.
I hope you get it back by end of this weekend.

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Lions scare me.it would be cool though
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who ISNT afraid of lions :?

someone without any sense of fear, like my cousin

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I'm not afraid of snake too. I hang'em on my neck like tie at zoo.

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I have a surprising lack of fear on wobbly step ladders.

I'll get on an 8 foot tall ladder with something like 10 inches of wobble at the top.
I'll just be like "Lets see if there's any wobble" KLUNK KLUNK KLUNK "Yea, that seems safe enough"

I've even gotten on one that was basically set up on an uneven sheet of ice with nothing but some roofing shingles to keep all 4 feet from sliding. (And I think there was some wobble in it too)
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Otaku-Boy wrote:who ISNT afraid of lions :?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jT7_CtjEVFU
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JeffCvt wrote:I have a surprising lack of fear on wobbly step ladders.

I'll get on an 8 foot tall ladder with something like 10 inches of wobble at the top.
I'll just be like "Lets see if there's any wobble" KLUNK KLUNK KLUNK "Yea, that seems safe enough"

I've even gotten on one that was basically set up on an uneven sheet of ice with nothing but some roofing shingles to keep all 4 feet from sliding. (And I think there was some wobble in it too)
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texascat018 wrote:I'm not afraid of snake too. I hang'em on my neck like tie at zoo.
uh... hat doesnt seem like a good idea, especially if it was a boa constrictor! :shock:

Im afraid of heights, knives, and anything that can eat me

Im the coward here arent I :oops:

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Otaku-Boy wrote:Im the coward here arent I
No.
I'm ok on almost any kind of step ladder, but extension ladders scare the heck out of me. I hate them.
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