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offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-08-02 12:24 [#01947925]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Ezkerraldean: #01947913



They kind of do that runing flapping thing that chickens do,
they can get up trees and get down again without the use of
ladders. As far as burning fields go I wouldn't encourage
it, Diesel on Golf greens yes, but fire in fields no no no
no no no no, OK?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 14:34 [#01978070]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular



It's my birthday so I am bumping it.

Ask away....


 

offline Falito from Balenciaga on 2006-09-26 14:42 [#01978073]
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my reverence for 010101

please give me an answer to this,my question:

*Have all the questions answers?

one more...

*how can i remember something that i dont remeber now?

gracias


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 15:05 [#01978087]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular



All questions do indeed have answers. Whether they are
correct or accurate answers is another question entirely and
as you know it is not my job to ask mearly to answer.

If you are forgetting something or are having one of those
'tip of the tongue' moments, it is helpful to try another
sense to trigger your memory. For example if you need to
remember a bass line or riff, I find it helpful to turn off
the amp mute the strings and just feel the bass line/riff
without listening to it.


 

offline cuntychuck from Copenhagen (Denmark) on 2006-09-26 15:06 [#01978088]
Points: 8603 Status: Lurker



does it still not bother you to be pulled off a cliff if you
were in a wheelchair by bill_hicks?

are you dissatisfied with your current life style?

do you think that being a liar makes you do things that will
ultimately do you good?

how was it stepping out of your comfort zone in a xlt
thread?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 15:26 [#01978092]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to cuntychuck: #01978088



bill_hicks can pull me off on a cliff edge while I am in a
wheelchair, but he can only pull me over the edge if it is a
small cliff with a big pile of matrases under it.

My life is great right now, I am a little dissatisfied with
my job, but who isn't?

Lying is fun, anyone who knows me, knows what I tell them is
best taken with a pinch of salt. I don't lie about anything
that could cause harm, usually.

xlt isn't really serious and I feel comfatable discussing
anything here. Most people here are nice level headed folks
who don't feel the need for barating other users. Loads has
happened here that has saddenend and upset me. Most notably
the pointless death of K-Matty and I feel that the way that
this was delt with was a shining example of how good xlters
really are.



 

offline cuntychuck from Copenhagen (Denmark) on 2006-09-26 15:31 [#01978095]
Points: 8603 Status: Lurker | Followup to 010101: #01978092



is music a social thing?

do you feel that warp records is getting better?

how would you feel if i cleared your city of homeless
people?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 15:39 [#01978097]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to cuntychuck: #01978095



As with sex/masterbation there is room for multi player and
single player.

Worse if anything, from a hot bed of talent where if it was
on Warp I would buy it without really listening to it to a
WTF are they signing those guys for. To be fair I think my
music tastes have evolved over the last 15 years and what
was appealing then is not so good now and I also think that
IDM has hit a brick wall, the best IDM album I got was
Astrobotnia ages ago!

It would be great and I am sure that the city has some plan
in place for the 2010 Winter Olympics and then it will be
back to the same problems. If you mean genocide, I would
have to say no thanks.


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 15:41 [#01978098]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to 010101: #01978097



sorry, that should have read the last good new IDM album.


 

offline Falito from Balenciaga on 2006-09-26 15:44 [#01978101]
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*enjoy!...
my last now.

what is the "opposite" to life?

*is death? or is born?



 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 15:51 [#01978107]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Falito: #01978101



death but absolute death, no living cells, bacteria or
anything that can live from death. Good question you had me
scratching my head on that one.


 

offline Falito from Balenciaga on 2006-09-26 16:13 [#01978114]
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hehee youre wonderful.

*i got faith,so i belive that life got not "opposite".
that life is infinite.
belive that "opposite to death is the born.

huhuuu youre wonderful!



 

offline Sclah from Freudian Slipmat on 2006-09-26 16:34 [#01978117]
Points: 3121 Status: Lurker



Do humans have a core personality on which we apply layers /
filters / interfaces, or is it forever dynamic and
context-based?


 

offline Drunken Mastah from OPPERKLASSESVIN!!! (Norway) on 2006-09-26 16:50 [#01978123]
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how long would it take to tunnel through matterhorn from the
very top to sea level if one was only allowed to use ones
teeth?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 16:54 [#01978124]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Sclah: #01978117



I believe that humans have an initial personality which is
nature as apposed to nurture. This is your "OS software"
which is all part of the survival instinct and as important
as motor skills. The best example of this is gender based
behaviour, boys generally pay diffrently than girls. This is
due to the inhereted roles that each sex will play, men have
traditionally been hunters and protectors, women on the
other hand are the gatherers and carers (which is why they
tend to be better at multi tasking and getting detailed
information).

A persons behaviour will alter due to their environment
which is why we are the dominant spieces. Peoples
personality will change due to experience but I think what
you are when you are born will stay with you throughout your
life.

I hope this answers your question.


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-26 16:54 [#01978125]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Drunken Mastah: #01978123



Ages


 

offline Mr Brazil from Oh Joan, I love you so... on 2006-09-26 19:16 [#01978212]
Points: 1970 Status: Lurker



Will you ever get back to your dream interpritation thread?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-27 10:10 [#01978460]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Mr Brazil: #01978212



No, that got boring really fast.


 

offline furoi from Udine (Eriko Sato's undies) (Italy) on 2006-09-27 11:42 [#01978501]
Points: 1706 Status: Lurker



are u ebony?



 

online recycle from Where is Phobiazero (Lincoln) (United States) on 2006-09-27 11:54 [#01978509]
Points: 39262 Status: Regular



Is there truely such a thing as : Happiness ?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-27 12:13 [#01978521]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to furoi: #01978501



If you are referring to the classic, Ebony and Ivory. I
would be Ivory...


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-27 12:14 [#01978523]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to recycle: #01978509



Yes, indeed, but there is no such thing as God.


 

offline rad smiles on 2006-09-27 14:36 [#01978645]
Points: 5608 Status: Lurker



what will happen december 12 2012?


 

offline tridenti from Milano (Italy) on 2006-09-27 14:52 [#01978651]
Points: 14653 Status: Lurker



Will I ever learn to use Tracktor as Staz?


 

offline staz on 2006-09-27 14:52 [#01978652]
Points: 9844 Status: Regular | Followup to tridenti: #01978651



hahahahah


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-27 15:22 [#01978666]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to rad smiles: #01978645



at 12 seconds past 12:12 some one will say "hey guys it is
12 12 12 12 12" It will also be my oldest sons 10th birthday
and I will probably buy him a hover board or anti gravity
boots.


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-09-27 15:23 [#01978669]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to tridenti: #01978651



Stick to the pre-sets, don't get to ambitious you will only
make a fool of yourself.


 

offline i_x_ten from arsemuncher on 2006-10-04 12:14 [#01981940]
Points: 10031 Status: Regular | Followup to 010101: #01978669



what should cygnus say to the girl sat next to him in class?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-10-04 15:43 [#01982146]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to i_x_ten: #01981940



"Touch me where I wee"

If she looks confused ask, "is it true that when a girl says
no she means yes and when she says yes she means no"

What ever her response ignor it, then say "put your hand
down my pants"What ever her response ignor it, then say
"hurry up I don't have all day"

Women love it when they feel slightly uneasy, uncomfatable
and how you will laugh at you wedding day when you tell her
entire family this "touching" story.


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-10-04 15:51 [#01982149]
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has my penis stopped growing


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-10-04 15:56 [#01982154]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to hanal: #01982149



Yea, pulling it for that amount of time and that hard will
only make your palms hairy and short sighted.


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-10-04 15:59 [#01982156]
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damn,you are wise


 

offline Gwely Mernans from 23rd century entertainment (Canada) on 2006-10-04 16:55 [#01982179]
Points: 9837 Status: Lurker | Followup to 010101: #01911273



lol, i was a MADMAN!


 

offline bob from Nottingham (United Kingdom) on 2006-10-04 18:41 [#01982221]
Points: 4668 Status: Lurker



Should I get a haircut?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-10-05 11:29 [#01982609]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Gwely Mernans: #01982179



You were, keep up the good work!


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-10-05 11:31 [#01982611]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to bob: #01982221



There is a common myth that hair is the aeriels to the soul,
this however is not true. Cut your hair, you will look
better for it and you will get a fancy look from a lady soon
after it.


 

offline i_x_ten from arsemuncher on 2006-11-30 17:05 [#02010457]
Points: 10031 Status: Regular



when will xlt v2 be finished


 

offline 1up from greater manchester (United Kingdom) on 2006-11-30 18:08 [#02010474]
Points: 2302 Status: Regular



be will xlt v2 when finished?



 

offline Ezkerraldean from the lowest common denominator (United Kingdom) on 2006-12-01 07:13 [#02010629]
Points: 5733 Status: Addict



why do the orthoclase phenocrysts cut across the flow
banding in this lump of rhyolite i found in a drawer? how
did that form?


 

offline camp on 2006-12-01 11:52 [#02010758]
Points: 71 Status: Lurker



where were you and what were you doing when you first hear
9/11. what was your first reaction?


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-12-01 17:17 [#02010851]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to 1up: #02010474



Soon


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-12-01 17:19 [#02010852]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to Ezkerraldean: #02010629



My guess is that they crystalised within the magma, but with
out seeing it...


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2006-12-01 17:22 [#02010853]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular | Followup to camp: #02010758



I was in bed and one of my Dad's friends phoned and told me
to go and put on the TV, I tuned in just before the second
plane struck. I was in compleate shock and I remember seeing
people falling from the building. It was that, that etched
into my memory.


 

offline 010101 from Vancouver (Canada) on 2007-05-11 16:14 [#02082496]
Points: 7669 Status: Regular



I miss the good ol' days.
ask
ask
and
ask


 

offline horsefactory from 💠 (United Kingdom) on 2007-05-11 19:08 [#02082551]
Points: 14867 Status: Regular



Will I ever learn to use Tracktor as Staz?


 

offline steroid alpha on 2007-05-11 23:09 [#02082567]
Points: 146 Status: Regular



i have one question: how can i built an analog synt?



 

offline steroid alpha on 2007-05-11 23:12 [#02082568]
Points: 146 Status: Regular



give me links or explain it here, if its posible


 

offline obara from Aalsmeer on 2007-05-12 01:42 [#02082602]
Points: 19282 Status: Regular | Followup to 010101: #02010853



who invented stereo ?


 

offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2007-05-12 01:44 [#02082604]
Points: 21386 Status: Regular



?will penguin mushroom neptune frisbee


 

offline Ezkerraldean from the lowest common denominator (United Kingdom) on 2007-05-12 02:53 [#02082618]
Points: 5733 Status: Addict



have you listened to the Bad Brains drum and bass remix of I
And I Survive ?


 


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