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#10 - That upper right one, my friend, is fat. 07/20/2014 on inba4 beating a dead cow +1
#8 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 07/20/2014 on inba4 beating a dead cow 0
#20 - anonymous (07/26/2014) [-]
Oh trust me, I live in Texas. That's not even fat...
User avatar #21 - thecharliesheen (07/28/2014) [-]
Corpus Christi?
#9 - anonymous (07/20/2014) [-]
You wouldn't know fat if it sat on you.
User avatar #10 - thecharliesheen (07/20/2014) [-]
That upper right one, my friend, is fat.
#8 - Dare you have a different opinion than me? But serio… 07/20/2014 on bows make all kawaii +54
#38 - Yeah, you get him, pal. 07/20/2014 on Kajiit has wares if you has... +36
#91 - I know a couple of his backstories, I would have been content …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/19/2014 on the real batman 0
User avatar #122 - snowshark (07/19/2014) [-]
Personally I really dislike all of the Nolan Batman films. Batman Begins has weak villains, The Dark Knight Rises is a clusterfuck of stupidity with a dumbass name, The Dark Knight is visually marvellous but Batman is more of a parody of Batman than actually being Batman, and all of the films are dragged down by a heavy focus on what the characters are doing instead of who the characters are, which is the point of them in the first place.

E.G: Harvey Dent dies. Why? Because Nolan wanted to make 'his' films, not because he wanted to be true to what Batman is about. Batman is a series which above all else champions violence only as one of many paths to peace. The series is about what it is that drives it's villains to be villains and what it is the heroes do to protect other people from them and to protect them from themselves.

It isn't about the violence. It's about everything else. The Dark Knight came closest to this with the whole boat thing but none of the other films did anything of worth in that sense.

Batman is a series that is meant to make us think about who we are and what it is we value. Do we value permanent peace at the cost of the lives of those who seek to disrupt it? Do we value the lives of others, even with the lingering threat of war and violence? What is evil and how do you really classify it? Even amongst those we consider to be villains can we still see the humanity in them?

The Nolan films never touched on these elements. The villains all died. Yeah, some of them got out in the last film but their influence on the plot was beyond negligible so from a narrative standpoint they died. They ceased being important. The point of Batman is that everyone is important, criminal or not, and that every life, however warped, is not only worth saving, but worth fixing.

The Joker is the epitome of what Batman stands for. He is the most deranged of his villains. The most inhuman. Lacking in empathy or restraint and probably unfixable, and yet he matters.
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#88 - I don't know why, but it seriously ****** with me…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/19/2014 on the real batman 0
User avatar #90 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well sorry to hear you didn't like heath's performance but in all fairness most people say it was masterful because he died soon after but i was curious when you say the jokers backstory your refering to the one displayed in "the killing joke" correct?
User avatar #91 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I know a couple of his backstories, I would have been content with any one of them, but I personally do like the Killing Joke most of all. I sort of have my own little fancy world where I clash the universes into my own fucked up storyline.
User avatar #122 - snowshark (07/19/2014) [-]
Personally I really dislike all of the Nolan Batman films. Batman Begins has weak villains, The Dark Knight Rises is a clusterfuck of stupidity with a dumbass name, The Dark Knight is visually marvellous but Batman is more of a parody of Batman than actually being Batman, and all of the films are dragged down by a heavy focus on what the characters are doing instead of who the characters are, which is the point of them in the first place.

E.G: Harvey Dent dies. Why? Because Nolan wanted to make 'his' films, not because he wanted to be true to what Batman is about. Batman is a series which above all else champions violence only as one of many paths to peace. The series is about what it is that drives it's villains to be villains and what it is the heroes do to protect other people from them and to protect them from themselves.

It isn't about the violence. It's about everything else. The Dark Knight came closest to this with the whole boat thing but none of the other films did anything of worth in that sense.

Batman is a series that is meant to make us think about who we are and what it is we value. Do we value permanent peace at the cost of the lives of those who seek to disrupt it? Do we value the lives of others, even with the lingering threat of war and violence? What is evil and how do you really classify it? Even amongst those we consider to be villains can we still see the humanity in them?

The Nolan films never touched on these elements. The villains all died. Yeah, some of them got out in the last film but their influence on the plot was beyond negligible so from a narrative standpoint they died. They ceased being important. The point of Batman is that everyone is important, criminal or not, and that every life, however warped, is not only worth saving, but worth fixing.

The Joker is the epitome of what Batman stands for. He is the most deranged of his villains. The most inhuman. Lacking in empathy or restraint and probably unfixable, and yet he matters.
#84 - I think I also became hugely attached to his look and backstor…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/19/2014 on the real batman 0
User avatar #86 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well to be fair you shouldn't expect the live action movies to be like the comics but they totally should have at least hinted toward his backstory since it could have developed his character much better for example "the wolverine" was a good standalone movie but it had 3 actual similarities to the comic from what i can remember.
User avatar #88 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I don't know why, but it seriously fucked with me. I saw it and went "wait.. what?" Granted, as a kid, I was fucking OBSESSED with Batman. Like we're talking wearing underoos over fuckin' tights with a black pillowcase tied around my neck and walking around the neighborhood starting fights with neighborhood kids who I had individual villain names for. I think that sort of.. precious obsession followed me into adulthood.
User avatar #90 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well sorry to hear you didn't like heath's performance but in all fairness most people say it was masterful because he died soon after but i was curious when you say the jokers backstory your refering to the one displayed in "the killing joke" correct?
User avatar #91 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I know a couple of his backstories, I would have been content with any one of them, but I personally do like the Killing Joke most of all. I sort of have my own little fancy world where I clash the universes into my own fucked up storyline.
User avatar #122 - snowshark (07/19/2014) [-]
Personally I really dislike all of the Nolan Batman films. Batman Begins has weak villains, The Dark Knight Rises is a clusterfuck of stupidity with a dumbass name, The Dark Knight is visually marvellous but Batman is more of a parody of Batman than actually being Batman, and all of the films are dragged down by a heavy focus on what the characters are doing instead of who the characters are, which is the point of them in the first place.

E.G: Harvey Dent dies. Why? Because Nolan wanted to make 'his' films, not because he wanted to be true to what Batman is about. Batman is a series which above all else champions violence only as one of many paths to peace. The series is about what it is that drives it's villains to be villains and what it is the heroes do to protect other people from them and to protect them from themselves.

It isn't about the violence. It's about everything else. The Dark Knight came closest to this with the whole boat thing but none of the other films did anything of worth in that sense.

Batman is a series that is meant to make us think about who we are and what it is we value. Do we value permanent peace at the cost of the lives of those who seek to disrupt it? Do we value the lives of others, even with the lingering threat of war and violence? What is evil and how do you really classify it? Even amongst those we consider to be villains can we still see the humanity in them?

The Nolan films never touched on these elements. The villains all died. Yeah, some of them got out in the last film but their influence on the plot was beyond negligible so from a narrative standpoint they died. They ceased being important. The point of Batman is that everyone is important, criminal or not, and that every life, however warped, is not only worth saving, but worth fixing.

The Joker is the epitome of what Batman stands for. He is the most deranged of his villains. The most inhuman. Lacking in empathy or restraint and probably unfixable, and yet he matters.
#79 - I dunno why I didn't like it, it was well done in a more... se…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/19/2014 on the real batman 0
User avatar #82 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
I understand where your coming from the thing about the joker is he is displayed differently in different types of media for example in most animated and early live action version's of the joker he is as you described without motive or point but in the comics he is displayed mostly as both serious and silly sometimes one or the other but its normally both but it is very difficult to create both aspects in a live action aspect at the same time so most actors choose one or the other
User avatar #84 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I think I also became hugely attached to his look and backstory, which the movie completely neglects. Also Harley Quinn. Always fucking loved the Quinn, which the movie also completely neglects It also may or may not have been because of a borderline psycho friend I had who literally became obsessed with the Joker and that she was crazy like he was when really she was just a teenage girl who wanted to be special And because every angsty teenager I know "relates" to the Joker and thinks that they're special fucking snowflakes
User avatar #86 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well to be fair you shouldn't expect the live action movies to be like the comics but they totally should have at least hinted toward his backstory since it could have developed his character much better for example "the wolverine" was a good standalone movie but it had 3 actual similarities to the comic from what i can remember.
User avatar #88 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I don't know why, but it seriously fucked with me. I saw it and went "wait.. what?" Granted, as a kid, I was fucking OBSESSED with Batman. Like we're talking wearing underoos over fuckin' tights with a black pillowcase tied around my neck and walking around the neighborhood starting fights with neighborhood kids who I had individual villain names for. I think that sort of.. precious obsession followed me into adulthood.
User avatar #90 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well sorry to hear you didn't like heath's performance but in all fairness most people say it was masterful because he died soon after but i was curious when you say the jokers backstory your refering to the one displayed in "the killing joke" correct?
User avatar #91 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I know a couple of his backstories, I would have been content with any one of them, but I personally do like the Killing Joke most of all. I sort of have my own little fancy world where I clash the universes into my own fucked up storyline.
User avatar #122 - snowshark (07/19/2014) [-]
Personally I really dislike all of the Nolan Batman films. Batman Begins has weak villains, The Dark Knight Rises is a clusterfuck of stupidity with a dumbass name, The Dark Knight is visually marvellous but Batman is more of a parody of Batman than actually being Batman, and all of the films are dragged down by a heavy focus on what the characters are doing instead of who the characters are, which is the point of them in the first place.

E.G: Harvey Dent dies. Why? Because Nolan wanted to make 'his' films, not because he wanted to be true to what Batman is about. Batman is a series which above all else champions violence only as one of many paths to peace. The series is about what it is that drives it's villains to be villains and what it is the heroes do to protect other people from them and to protect them from themselves.

It isn't about the violence. It's about everything else. The Dark Knight came closest to this with the whole boat thing but none of the other films did anything of worth in that sense.

Batman is a series that is meant to make us think about who we are and what it is we value. Do we value permanent peace at the cost of the lives of those who seek to disrupt it? Do we value the lives of others, even with the lingering threat of war and violence? What is evil and how do you really classify it? Even amongst those we consider to be villains can we still see the humanity in them?

The Nolan films never touched on these elements. The villains all died. Yeah, some of them got out in the last film but their influence on the plot was beyond negligible so from a narrative standpoint they died. They ceased being important. The point of Batman is that everyone is important, criminal or not, and that every life, however warped, is not only worth saving, but worth fixing.

The Joker is the epitome of what Batman stands for. He is the most deranged of his villains. The most inhuman. Lacking in empathy or restraint and probably unfixable, and yet he matters.
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#157 - fagmastertwotausan (07/20/2014) [-]
I think the Ledger version fit in with the tone of the rest of the movie. But I don't think its how the joker should be portrayed.
User avatar #127 - guardianatreyu (07/19/2014) [-]
Oh thank god, someone who agrees. I hated Heath Ledgers Joker.
User avatar #78 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
Heath Ledger did a good job on focusing on the jokers psychotic/chaotic side but failed in the funny side kind of like how Tobey Maguire played peter Parker very well but sucked as spiderman
User avatar #79 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I dunno why I didn't like it, it was well done in a more... serious sense like you said. Maybe because in my opinion, it completely and utterly flunked itself in the role overall in my opinion. They almost made him.. too serious to be taken seriously. Then again, I grew up with the Joker who literally just had NO motive other than to be totally and utterly fucking annoying and crazy and piss on the Batman because he could. Not just be malicious and angry and hateful and making a point.
tl;dr When I was a kid, the Joker HAD no motive and he HAD no point, but in the movie, that's all he had.
People will disagree with me, since I can't say I dislike the Heath Ledger version of the Joker without someone trying to jump my shit, but it's just an opinion.
User avatar #82 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
I understand where your coming from the thing about the joker is he is displayed differently in different types of media for example in most animated and early live action version's of the joker he is as you described without motive or point but in the comics he is displayed mostly as both serious and silly sometimes one or the other but its normally both but it is very difficult to create both aspects in a live action aspect at the same time so most actors choose one or the other
User avatar #84 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I think I also became hugely attached to his look and backstory, which the movie completely neglects. Also Harley Quinn. Always fucking loved the Quinn, which the movie also completely neglects It also may or may not have been because of a borderline psycho friend I had who literally became obsessed with the Joker and that she was crazy like he was when really she was just a teenage girl who wanted to be special And because every angsty teenager I know "relates" to the Joker and thinks that they're special fucking snowflakes
User avatar #86 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well to be fair you shouldn't expect the live action movies to be like the comics but they totally should have at least hinted toward his backstory since it could have developed his character much better for example "the wolverine" was a good standalone movie but it had 3 actual similarities to the comic from what i can remember.
User avatar #88 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I don't know why, but it seriously fucked with me. I saw it and went "wait.. what?" Granted, as a kid, I was fucking OBSESSED with Batman. Like we're talking wearing underoos over fuckin' tights with a black pillowcase tied around my neck and walking around the neighborhood starting fights with neighborhood kids who I had individual villain names for. I think that sort of.. precious obsession followed me into adulthood.
User avatar #90 - willgum (07/19/2014) [-]
well sorry to hear you didn't like heath's performance but in all fairness most people say it was masterful because he died soon after but i was curious when you say the jokers backstory your refering to the one displayed in "the killing joke" correct?
User avatar #91 - thecharliesheen (07/19/2014) [-]
I know a couple of his backstories, I would have been content with any one of them, but I personally do like the Killing Joke most of all. I sort of have my own little fancy world where I clash the universes into my own fucked up storyline.
User avatar #122 - snowshark (07/19/2014) [-]
Personally I really dislike all of the Nolan Batman films. Batman Begins has weak villains, The Dark Knight Rises is a clusterfuck of stupidity with a dumbass name, The Dark Knight is visually marvellous but Batman is more of a parody of Batman than actually being Batman, and all of the films are dragged down by a heavy focus on what the characters are doing instead of who the characters are, which is the point of them in the first place.

E.G: Harvey Dent dies. Why? Because Nolan wanted to make 'his' films, not because he wanted to be true to what Batman is about. Batman is a series which above all else champions violence only as one of many paths to peace. The series is about what it is that drives it's villains to be villains and what it is the heroes do to protect other people from them and to protect them from themselves.

It isn't about the violence. It's about everything else. The Dark Knight came closest to this with the whole boat thing but none of the other films did anything of worth in that sense.

Batman is a series that is meant to make us think about who we are and what it is we value. Do we value permanent peace at the cost of the lives of those who seek to disrupt it? Do we value the lives of others, even with the lingering threat of war and violence? What is evil and how do you really classify it? Even amongst those we consider to be villains can we still see the humanity in them?

The Nolan films never touched on these elements. The villains all died. Yeah, some of them got out in the last film but their influence on the plot was beyond negligible so from a narrative standpoint they died. They ceased being important. The point of Batman is that everyone is important, criminal or not, and that every life, however warped, is not only worth saving, but worth fixing.

The Joker is the epitome of what Batman stands for. He is the most deranged of his villains. The most inhuman. Lacking in empathy or restraint and probably unfixable, and yet he matters.
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#143765 - It's pretty much feeling like what I'm going to have to do. Wh… 07/12/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
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User avatar #232 - huntergriff (07/12/2014) [-]
ha.
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#221 - huntergriff (07/12/2014) [-]
Not a single fuck was given that day.
#224 - thecharliesheen (07/12/2014) [-]
What can I say, the people of Albion needed love more than they needed kids.
User avatar #232 - huntergriff (07/12/2014) [-]
ha.
#143716 - It's a ****** situation. I mean he seems nice and…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/11/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
User avatar #143730 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/11/2014) [-]
Then maybe just drop contact.
Even if it means waiting through receiving 70+ messages and 20+ missed calls.
Show them that their cry for attention can and will go unnoticed.

Again, they only berate you with messages and calls because they know, at some point, you'll give in and give them attention.

Some things we have to learn the hard way.
User avatar #143765 - thecharliesheen (07/12/2014) [-]
It's pretty much feeling like what I'm going to have to do. When he asks, I'll tell him he needs to back off or this friendship isn't going to work. I hate people trying to get into my fuckin' space all the time.
Thanks man, I really appreciate the help. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't being a major cockholster.
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User avatar #143710 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/11/2014) [-]
I know exactly that feel.
One of my "friends" is just as bad.

He has more friends than I do, but if he such as sees one? He's clinging onto them for dear life.

Honestly it might be best to ignore him. Or, you know, confront him about it, tell him to give you some personal space. I kid you not, a large portion of his friends have probably blocked him or ignore him.

He's probably a lot like my "friend," starts off as a really cool guy. Then he'll cling onto you and repeat the same joke you tell him over and over again... All up until you tell him another joke.
Once I showed him a Cyanide and Happiness comic. For 6 weeks he recited the comic every 30 minutes. I'm still Facebook friends with him, but I'll refuse to respond to him. It's bad, yes, but he brings it upon himself.

Confrontation is a little hard, because these kids were raised this way. It's the only way they know how to get someone's attention and it works.
Which is why ignoring them, then confronting them in person would probably be the best route to choose. Yes it's blunt, direct, and mean, but they'll get the picture...
User avatar #143716 - thecharliesheen (07/11/2014) [-]
It's a shitty situation. I mean he seems nice and innocent enough, but I already have a friend who does that kind of shit who I've put up with for years, I really don't need another one, especially when the conversation always consists of outings that I have no interest in attending, or "hey, you wanna go get some tacos today or something?" which I really don't want to do. If I want food, I'll probably get it myself alone.
It sucks, it almost feels like I'm training a dog when I don't answer the phone. Like I'm trying to fucking teach him that I won't answer if he calls every five bloody minutes. It's not the only time I've had to do it either.

Every time I confront people like that, they ending up turning into bitches about it. Like they pull the whole "Oh, so you'll hang out when we get food or I take you to run errands, but not any other time?" which makes no fucking sense because I never let anyone buy me food. I always buy my own, and I have my own car, I could go alone. I just let them tag along to try and be nice.
User avatar #143730 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/11/2014) [-]
Then maybe just drop contact.
Even if it means waiting through receiving 70+ messages and 20+ missed calls.
Show them that their cry for attention can and will go unnoticed.

Again, they only berate you with messages and calls because they know, at some point, you'll give in and give them attention.

Some things we have to learn the hard way.
User avatar #143765 - thecharliesheen (07/12/2014) [-]
It's pretty much feeling like what I'm going to have to do. When he asks, I'll tell him he needs to back off or this friendship isn't going to work. I hate people trying to get into my fuckin' space all the time.
Thanks man, I really appreciate the help. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't being a major cockholster.
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User avatar #143582 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/11/2014) [-]
Stage 8 Clingers.

As Limb and ThirdJess said, you could have a meeting with them...
Or you could just drop contact.

It's one thing to occasionally message someone through text, Facebook, or Steam...
But it's a completely different thing to nag them on all three until they respond. That means they have no life.
You're honestly probably the only decent friend they have. The only one who eventually responds.

If you value their friendship at all, you should have a discussion with each telling them that they're a bit too clingy and if you don't respond, give you some space.
User avatar #143694 - thecharliesheen (07/11/2014) [-]
The odd thing is that the worst offender has a lot of friends. On the rare occasion we do hang out, he's always receiving texts and calls out the fuckin' ying yang. Also when we accidentally ran back into him at Con bad mistake , he was sitting and laughing with a large group of friends. I would feel a little worse about the situation if he was a serious beta with no friends and no one who cared about him, but he seems to be a social butterfly. Just my luck, with all the friends he has, he chooses to barrage me (the one person who doesn't enjoy it) with constant attention. I kid you not, I just woke up to another fuckin message.
User avatar #143710 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/11/2014) [-]
I know exactly that feel.
One of my "friends" is just as bad.

He has more friends than I do, but if he such as sees one? He's clinging onto them for dear life.

Honestly it might be best to ignore him. Or, you know, confront him about it, tell him to give you some personal space. I kid you not, a large portion of his friends have probably blocked him or ignore him.

He's probably a lot like my "friend," starts off as a really cool guy. Then he'll cling onto you and repeat the same joke you tell him over and over again... All up until you tell him another joke.
Once I showed him a Cyanide and Happiness comic. For 6 weeks he recited the comic every 30 minutes. I'm still Facebook friends with him, but I'll refuse to respond to him. It's bad, yes, but he brings it upon himself.

Confrontation is a little hard, because these kids were raised this way. It's the only way they know how to get someone's attention and it works.
Which is why ignoring them, then confronting them in person would probably be the best route to choose. Yes it's blunt, direct, and mean, but they'll get the picture...
User avatar #143716 - thecharliesheen (07/11/2014) [-]
It's a shitty situation. I mean he seems nice and innocent enough, but I already have a friend who does that kind of shit who I've put up with for years, I really don't need another one, especially when the conversation always consists of outings that I have no interest in attending, or "hey, you wanna go get some tacos today or something?" which I really don't want to do. If I want food, I'll probably get it myself alone.
It sucks, it almost feels like I'm training a dog when I don't answer the phone. Like I'm trying to fucking teach him that I won't answer if he calls every five bloody minutes. It's not the only time I've had to do it either.

Every time I confront people like that, they ending up turning into bitches about it. Like they pull the whole "Oh, so you'll hang out when we get food or I take you to run errands, but not any other time?" which makes no fucking sense because I never let anyone buy me food. I always buy my own, and I have my own car, I could go alone. I just let them tag along to try and be nice.
User avatar #143730 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/11/2014) [-]
Then maybe just drop contact.
Even if it means waiting through receiving 70+ messages and 20+ missed calls.
Show them that their cry for attention can and will go unnoticed.

Again, they only berate you with messages and calls because they know, at some point, you'll give in and give them attention.

Some things we have to learn the hard way.
User avatar #143765 - thecharliesheen (07/12/2014) [-]
It's pretty much feeling like what I'm going to have to do. When he asks, I'll tell him he needs to back off or this friendship isn't going to work. I hate people trying to get into my fuckin' space all the time.
Thanks man, I really appreciate the help. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't being a major cockholster.
User avatar #143576 - thirdjess (07/11/2014) [-]
Limb's right, meeting is in order, but don't worry about if their feelings get hurt because if they do get hurt then you're socially imcompatible anyway.
User avatar #143571 - limb (07/11/2014) [-]
That can be a tender situation where feelings could get hurt mostly the people you tell to fuck off. I would have a group meeting with all said boundary offenders and tell them all straight up how it is. Or you could just one on one it and hurt some feelings. Seems like it wouldn't be as hurtful if they didn't feel like they were the only ones upsetting you. Just my 2 cents.
User avatar #143704 - thecharliesheen (07/11/2014) [-]
I actually made a point to tell them that right when we met and they asked for my number. I told them that I probably wouldn't answer much and I definitely wouldn't hang out much. The basic gist of the conversation went "Oh yeah, I'm that way too, I'm totally antisocial and don't really enjoy bleh bleh fucking bleh".
I think they thought I was kidding.
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User avatar #1 - SgtObvious (10/16/2011) [-]
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