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ugly1hornedmule September 4th, 2007 01:11 PM

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Originally Posted by LilMoochie
Why don't you call Craig Van Ness and find out?

So who is submitting the question to Hasbro, "Does Canada suck?"

Malechi September 4th, 2007 01:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Purplebeard
All this British sitcom talk has made me break out my Fawlty Towers collection. Ahhhh. Basil in Hi-Def........


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/grap...16/ngerm16.jpg

Um, can Fawlty Towers even be viewed in High Def considering it was shot on videotape? I would assume it is a forced High Def, if at all, but it couldn't possibly be in actual transfer High Def because even the master would not be that clear given it is still videotape.

Purplebeard September 4th, 2007 02:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Malechi
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Originally Posted by Purplebeard
All this British sitcom talk has made me break out my Fawlty Towers collection. Ahhhh. Basil in Hi-Def........


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/grap...16/ngerm16.jpg

Um, can Fawlty Towers even be viewed in High Def considering it was shot on videotape? I would assume it is a forced High Def, if at all, but it couldn't possibly be in actual transfer High Def because even the master would not be that clear given it is still videotape.



Good god.

Yes, it's "forced Hi-Def". Just enjoy the funny goosestep picture.

(grumbling off into the corner now to steal candy from babies.)

Revdyer September 4th, 2007 02:26 PM

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Guys, don't you know that the pun between "manor" and "manner" is at least as old as the writings of Shakespeare? You can find it in Jane Austen and in several authors from the late 19th and early 20th century, including Oscar Wilde. It even appears in a British sit-com "To the Manor Born." It may have been reinvented here (such is the history of linguistic humor), but it is by no means new or wrong...just funny or not funny.

Sheesh...grow some class, guys.


Well said Rev.

All this British sitcom talk has made me break out my Fawlty Towers collection. Ahhhh. Basil in Hi-Def........


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/grap...16/ngerm16.jpg

I love Cleese and all the Pythoneres, and have had a crush on Carol Cleveland for over thirty years.

Jaz1597 September 4th, 2007 02:37 PM

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/grap...16/ngerm16.jpg

I've been meaning to pick up the DVD set.

So classic...

ej September 4th, 2007 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Revdyer

I love Cleese and all the Pythoneres, and have had a crush on Carol Cleveland for over thirty years.

Someday, when virtual reality with tactile enhancements is perfected, there WILL be a need for touch-up artists to perfect the models of celebrities who sell their likenesses for the virtual-sex industry. I intend to be one of those artists.

God I love the 21st century!

Oh, what made me think of that? It took a moment to recall, but it was Carol Cleveland+30.

Junge Roman September 4th, 2007 04:47 PM

Stephen Baker, Inventor of British Situational Comedy.

Visit this post, which is the official Stephen Baker Inventor of British Situational Comedy post on the internet. Carry on as you have previously been doing.

Nwojedi September 4th, 2007 05:23 PM

I don't even know if canada has an army. They might be as military inept as japan. Same with mexico. but if they actually go to war with each other. even if they had missles, we'd just shoot them out of the sky for both sides, thinking they were heading for us. Lot of ammo pissed away. Besides, isn't there like 4 million people in all of canada? That wouldn't be a very big march. :P

Purplebeard September 4th, 2007 06:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Nwojedi
I don't even know if canada has an army. They might be as military inept as japan. Same with mexico. but if they actually go to war with each other. even if they had missles, we'd just shoot them out of the sky for both sides, thinking they were heading for us. Lot of ammo pissed away. Besides, isn't there like 4 million people in all of canada? That wouldn't be a very big march. :P

Nonsense. The Canadians conquered us long ago.

"And I for one, welcome our new overlords!"

http://emc.mlblogs.com/photos/uncate...bobanddoug.jpg

Agent Minivann September 4th, 2007 08:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Purplebeard
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Originally Posted by Nwojedi
I don't even know if canada has an army. They might be as military inept as japan. Same with mexico. but if they actually go to war with each other. even if they had missles, we'd just shoot them out of the sky for both sides, thinking they were heading for us. Lot of ammo pissed away. Besides, isn't there like 4 million people in all of canada? That wouldn't be a very big march. :P

Nonsense. The Canadians conquered us long ago.

"And I for one, welcome our new overlords!"

http://emc.mlblogs.com/photos/uncate...bobanddoug.jpg

Uh, you should be posting that overlord stuff over here

Argent September 5th, 2007 11:42 AM

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Uh, you should be posting that overlord stuff over here
You should also go to www.eviloverlord.com to study up on the rules every good evil overlord should follow.

Planning your future. One step at a time.:twisted:

markwars September 5th, 2007 12:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Doc_Savage
Here is the fabulous proof of officialness on this guys site...

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f6...tpermisson.jpg

Basically the same response that any fan site would get. In no way does that declare that his site is the official home of Heroquest on the web. That would be like us calling this the official home of Heroscape on the web...

Just me, jumping into this way too late, after everybody has packed up their Stephen Baker dolls and gone home...

That statement reminds me of something...

http://regmedia.co.uk/2001/09/12/388.jpg


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