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    Re: The Vanishing of Flinn

    That's a face only a mother could love, so I guess Sauron was his mother.
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    Re: Who likes football in this forum?

    Just chiming in to say that I too love it when normal adjusted individuals also turn severed human feet into mashed balls stitched together crudely for kicking around a field.
  3. Re: The Return of the Flinn (EXCLUSIVE TIME LIMITED OFFER MERCH)

    Something truly and deeply disturbing about Flinn as Silvio Berlusconi in eatable cookie form.
    It's like an Italian Frankenstein monster, made digestible. The horror!

    On that note, I'll take two...
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    Re: Happy 9/11

    That's the fresh perspective and excuse I've been looking for! Thanks my Romanian avian friend! I guess owls from Romania usually know what they're talking about.



    Something about it felt...
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    Re: Happy 9/11

    I was in school and bizarrely later made out with a new girlfriend that same day, which in hindsight seems rather inappropriate but my hormones said otherwise despite the nation being under attack...
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    Morticia along with female Kurdish snipers in Syria: "I AM NO MAN!" :surprise:

    Seriously, though, I would read some fan fiction of a Tolkien universe set in an Italianized world where Hobbits eat...
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    If you're going to Mt Vesuvius, just don't sacrifice yourself as a virgin in the volcano, Flinn! :surprise:
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    :laughter: Brilliant. RIP Lemmy!

    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Morticia Iunia Bruti again."
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    Re: The Vanishing of Flinn

    Spongy flesh soaked in olive oil, which it secretes naturally as a natural product of Italy, sold at your local supermarket alongside Modena balsamic vinegar.
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    This next song goes out to Akar. This song is about you, homie. That's right. You :wub: up for the last time.
    So I've added your name...to my BLACKLIST.
    [*Handgun hammer clicks.*]

    IebbyCAU2YA
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    Re: The Vanishing of Flinn

    HOLY MOTHER OF ITALIANS! The Italian stallion himself has finally arrived! Long live Flinn!
    It's like a scene in a 1960s Clint Eastwood Western where he shows up and metes out righteous justice.
    I...
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    Re: The Vanishing of Flinn

    Aha! So you're the invisible man whose been feeling up the women and leaving traces of olive oil in the wake of your crimes around here!

    Looks like your months of attempts to evade the TWC court...
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    Re: The Vanishing of Flinn

    Flinn didn't really vanish, that's an illusion. He's just being a showoff and practicing his magician skills. Also, he's an invisible sorcerer, so that's kind of frightening, especially since he's...
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    Re: Question about Greek helmets.

    I don't know firm or even rough estimates for initial and terminal dates on each of these helmet types, but without consulting any scholarly sources, I can make an educated guess just to waste time...
  15. Re: Suggestions on a book on Ptolemaic Egypt?

    Although nominally choosing the famous monarch Cleopatra VII Philopator as its central focus (who Gal Gadot is going to play soon in an upcoming film), this book Reign of Cleopatra (2004) by Stanley...
  16. The ridiculing and lampooning of J. R. R. Tolkien thread

    Blah, blah, blah, I'm Jorge Ringwraith Razalgul Tolkien (pronounced JRR Tolkeeeeeeeen) and I'm a nutty absentminded professor who gets annoying ass phone calls all day from hippies asking about...
  17. Re: DCI: Last Alliance - Open Beta released, NEW: 10 October 2020 new patch released, contains Ents - Wolves - Spiders crashes fix! (and more)

    I know I've said it before, but I just have to congratulate you guys for putting together such a brilliant musical score from various sources. That "Rise of Mordor" soundtrack is amazing. Can't...
  18. Re: DCI: Last Alliance - Open Beta released, NEW: 10 October 2020 new patch released, contains Ents - Wolves - Spiders crashes fix! (and more)

    Wow! Thanks for sharing that, +1 rep. I'll have to try it out as soon as I get a chance.



    Really? It was the OG himself? His model for "Erebor" in vanilla TATW is the same as MOS and it is...
  19. Re: DCI: Last Alliance - Open Beta released, NEW: 10 October 2020 new patch released, contains Ents - Wolves - Spiders crashes fix! (and more)

    Firstly, I'm compelled to say that I'm really happy about the Umbar corsair script. The naval landings by Black Numenoreans of Harad happen infrequently enough so that it's not much of a bother, but...
  20. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    That fits with the musings I had in the VV thread. I pointed out evidence suggests that southwestern script variants were clearly under Phoenician influence while the Northeastern Iberian Script was...
  21. Re: Self-castration: Builder loses nuts and bolts

    No, that's what Lorena Bobbitt's ex-husband John does before he performs in adult films.



    I thought we agreed we wouldn't let the public know about this? We'll guess what, you breached the...
  22. Re: Self-castration: Builder loses nuts and bolts

    I don't see what all the fuss is about. I cut mine off every night and every morning they've grown back. It's like the Titan Prometheus from Greek mythology who has his liver pecked out by a giant...
  23. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    :laughter: I didn't mean it as an insult or dig, since I'm not one to talk with my partial Irish heritage, but yeah, I had to single them out.

    That's largely because the Celtiberians in the early...
  24. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    Fair enough, although we've had some great discussions here in the EBII forum before.

    In either case I'd like to include here a post of mine from the VV thread that I think is a worthy point of...
  25. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    Although slightly tangential to the main topic of my thread, I enjoyed this back and forth. Thank you both for that. :tongue:

    Unfortunately it's a bunch of guesswork, but given how the Greeks of...
  26. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    I suppose you guys consider this to be a boring topic of discussion then, but there's now a decent conversation about this in the Vestigia Vetustatis forum for anyone interested:
    ...
  27. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    That's a good point. I think it's possible the Southeastern ones were primarily based on the Phoenician model but the Northeastern ones took more influence from Greeks due to closer proximity to...
  28. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    If I recall correctly, I remember reading that the whole reason Carthage started minting their first coins was so that they could smoothly conduct trade with Sicilian Greeks who they were determined...
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    Re: Bruce Lee's training & workouts

    Bruce might be gone, but Chuck Norris is still looking over his shoulder after that epic fight.
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    Interesting! I did not know that. I just assumed the Late Bronze Age Canaanite alphabet (Proto-Sinaitic) was from the very beginning much like the later standard Phoenician alphabet used throughout...
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    Truly amazing how there are only a superficial changes to the letters from the Phoenician alphabet. In most cases the Greeks simply reversed the letters or turned them upside down in order to arrive...
  32. Re: Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    Yes, I mentioned that above.

    Funny enough, the Mycenaean Greeks originally had a Linear B syllabic script based on Minoan Linear A that operated somewhat similarly to Iberian syllabary scripts....
  33. Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    This is still a quagmire for modern scholars, made even more difficult by the paucity of surviving texts from pre-Roman Iron Age Spain and before the dominance of Latin. With the exception of the...
  34. Did Greek alphabet have any influence on Paleohispanic scripts? Or were Iberian scripts rooted solely in Phoenician influence?

    This is still a quagmire for modern scholars, made even more difficult by the paucity of surviving texts from pre-Roman Iron Age Spain and before the dominance of Latin. With the exception of the...
  35. Re: DCI: Last Alliance - Open Beta released, NEW: 10 October 2020 new patch released, contains Ents - Wolves - Spiders crashes fix! (and more)

    New Belfalas bannermen and officers look great, thanks for sharing Araval!

    I just posted some screenshots of my High Elves of Lindon campaign, which lasted over 400 turns. I regret not playing...
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    Sticky: Re: Screenshots

    Some screenshots of my DCI: Last Alliance campaign as the High Elves of Lindon, which lasted over 400 turns but resulted in my faction controlling the vast majority of the map. The only evil faction...
  37. Re: Happy birthday Geg. It's your birthday. So nice to have you around, so I want to make you feel loved on this special day of yours.

    :laughter: Jesus was a man who knew his people!



    I don't think a prosecutor could convince a jury to convict you for negligent homicide just by putting skittles on the ground.
    The child is at...
  38. Re: Happy birthday Geg. It's your birthday. So nice to have you around, so I want to make you feel loved on this special day of yours.

    So, you decided to crawl out of the primordial ooze after all. You better feel lucky we're wishing you a happy birthday at all, child murderer.
  39. Re: Happy birthday Geg. It's your birthday. So nice to have you around, so I want to make you feel loved on this special day of yours.

    Brilliant imagery, I'm truly disgusted! Sounds almost like it was written by either William S. Burroughs or Hunter S. Thompson, take your pick. :tongue:

    Also, you've convinced me to say it: happy...
  40. Re: Happy birthday Geg. It's your birthday. So nice to have you around, so I want to make you feel loved on this special day of yours.

    What the hell is a Geg? Sounds like some sort of Celtic fairytale mythical creature. Is it some kind of Welsh or Irish troll monster who lives under a bridge and eats children at night?

    I suspect...
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