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    Quote Originally Posted by Omegalith View Post


    Can't say this movie prop looks like a very workable design...
    Well I could see the benefits of a tank turret that can be raised, but...that doesn't look like how it'd be done.


    On another note, I just watched an episode of Mighty Ducks. It's....it's freakin awesome! Not a *great* cartoon, mind you, but an awesome one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FalconX2000 View Post
    Well I could see the benefits of a tank turret that can be raised, but...that doesn't look like how it'd be done.
    Yeah, I'd put in a telescoping cylindrical section beneath the turret if I were to make one for something.
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    Draconian Dignitary continues to be awesome.

    Last edited by Omegalith; 05-18-2012 at 07:42 AM.
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    New avatar time.

    Mostly because I'm rereading History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi and enjoying it a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FalconX2000 View Post
    On another note, I just watched an episode of Mighty Ducks. It's....it's freakin awesome! Not a *great* cartoon, mind you, but an awesome one.
    It was one of the better cartoons of the 90s. Not exactly Gargoyles or B:TAS but it was solid.

    Also, S.W.A.T Kats.
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    I'm about to head back to bed for like three hours. Had to get up early because my last art project was ready for me to grab. It came out surprisingly good I thought. Usually my glaze jobs don't look as well as I liked, but the turtle shell I made came out all green and shiny with the dark splotches in just the right places. Making it was a mess.

    And so ends all ties with the community college (I'm done, yeahs!). It was good though. Cool timing, my last year is also my teacher's last year too, she's retiring. When I picked up my art project today she gave me a nice little stack of art books she thought I might find helpful. Which is really nice. Probably the last time I'll see her, after summer semester she's moving either back to Canada or somewhere else in America but further north, near-ish Canada. Last time I saw her (not today, but couple weeks back on my last day of school) I told her she was my favorite teacher, and also the only one I ever considered a mentor. It's been a fun four years of art classes. Hopefully I'll get into an art school, but first I want to get a job and save up some living money. Which is a daunting task here. Hope I don't wind up doing fast food.

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    I wonder why people never bother counterfitting coin based currency?
    Yeah I give up. They would need like a bajillion UNs to take it out. And they would all have to work.

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    Johnny Depp is Tim Burton in:

    Tim Burtons's: The Whimsical Life and Times of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp.

    Starring Helena Bonham Carter as Johnny Depp and Christopher Walken as Helena Bonham Carter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farealmer View Post
    I wonder why people never bother counterfitting coin based currency?
    Too much effort for the value if your taling in the modern world. If you're talking midevil times, befre they HAD paper money, people did counterfit it. A LOT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The MunchKING View Post
    Too much effort for the value if your taling in the modern world. If you're talking midevil times, befre they HAD paper money, people did counterfit it. A LOT.
    Why counterfeit a metal disk worth a dollar when you can print a sheet of notes worth twenty bucks a pop?
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    That's what I said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The MunchKING View Post
    Too much effort for the value if your taling in the modern world. If you're talking midevil times, befre they HAD paper money, people did counterfit it. A LOT.
    I thought as much. I'am just surprised no one has found a way to make it profitable. It would be easier to get away with then all the bells and whistles paper currency has to prevent copying.
    Yeah I give up. They would need like a bajillion UNs to take it out. And they would all have to work.

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    *tries to change forum skin*

    *experimentally picks "mobile style"*

    ...Okay. This is not what I wanted.

    Also, apparently I can not longer access my settings. o__O

    Anyone know how to turn off mobile style?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    *tries to change forum skin*

    *experimentally picks "mobile style"*

    ...Okay. This is not what I wanted.

    Also, apparently I can not longer access my settings. o__O

    Anyone know how to turn off mobile style?
    Never mind, figured it out.
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