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Random IV

Posted by Daltons chin dimple on Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Because it is possible to have too much of a good thing.

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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

Ummmm....I'd rather not. That website is frightening.

www.gamingoutsiders.com
Jakester
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

You do not like all the togetherness?

Richard Gozinya, Harold Snatch and Wilbur Jizz. Together we are the law firm Gozinya, Snatch and Jizz.
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago
Mal Shot First
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

Random IV sounds like what you get when you pay a visit to Alley Doctor.

Daltons chin dimple
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I have a Doctor Ali.

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
Drakemd
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

Does he float into the exam room like a butterfly and the shot he gives you stings like a bee?

Turn your head and cough!
Quasar
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

Does he do the rope-a-dope when you pummel him with questions?

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
Daltons chin dimple
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Nope.  He prays to the East though.

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

I'm an uncle again! My nephew Liam Jude Beard was born this morning at around 7am. Yay!

Honey bunches.....of death!
Drakemd
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

Congrats KV!  Are his parents big fans of Liam Neeson and Jude Law or is that just a coincidence?

Turn your head and cough!
KingVoyeur
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

I think it's just a coincidence. Originally, I thought his first name was going to be Jude, but I guess they decided to change it. Oh well, I'll still call him Jude. It's cooler. Plus then I can say "Hey, Jude!"

Honey bunches.....of death!
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

KingVoyeur wrote:

"Hey, Jude!"

Every time I'd see him, I'd just go, "Naaaaaaah, naah, naaah, nananana-NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!! nananana-NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!" I'd leave the rest as implied.

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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

Any chance they'd consider changing his name to Kool-Aid?

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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Posted: 8 years 27 weeks ago

What, so every time I see him I could go "Oh YEAH!"?

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I was just walking down to the mailroom in my building and saw this picture hanging on the wall. I thought it was pretty cool and then found out that the artist has several pieces that are pretty cool.

Turn your head and cough!
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Posted: 8 years 25 weeks ago

Don Quixote! That reminds me of a particular episode of Horso:

Season 6, Episode 22 - "Arse Poetica"
Horso tells Horso, Jr. the tale of Donkey Oaty and Horace Feathers.

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The pun in this episode's original title, "Ass Poetica," was destroyed when it failed to make it past the censors. Oddly enough, the censors had no problem with the show's adoption of the British "Arse." (On the Pat Sajak Show in 1989, Frank Markson claimed he had convinced the censors "Arse" was just the way Dauber Tauber pronounced "Horse".)

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Remember that Horso episode where Horso used a windmill to blow his gas (created from intentionally eating bad oats) straight into the nostrils of an advancing army?

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The Swollen Goi...
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Posted: 8 years 25 weeks ago

Not canon!

Quasar
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Posted: 8 years 25 weeks ago

Remember that Horso episode where Horso loaded a bunch of his manure into a cannon and fired it straight into the eyeballs of an advancing army?

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No, though it does remind me a little of this episode:
 

Season 7, Episode 2 - "The Filling of the Augean Stables"

When introduced to Darbyville's new short order cook, Mickey Moww (Peter Lorre), Horso recognizes him to be feared rouser of rabble and notorious Maoist from "over Dade way" come to corrupt the simple, trusting minds of Darbyvillians. A toss of the mane and a mighty flare of the nostrils is enough to send Moww running for the hummocks. Horso gives chase, dodging every obstacle thrown at him with the expected finesse. Just as Horso is about to overcome his mark, he is struck by lightning and transported back to ancient Elis. While recovering from his time travel disorientation, he is captured by Augean guards and dragged to the stables. He is locked away in a stable lot and left to await the return of Augeas, who has gone to Arcadia (note: not in the Et in Arcadia ego sense) to watch the Atalanta/Melanion footrace.

Horso, as unhappy to have been forgotten about as he is to have been stabled against his will, kicks about madly when he comes to--but to no avail. Realizing that even *his* horsey might cannot free him from this prison, he concocts a plan to hasten his release. He begins to evacuate his penetralia. The resultant evacuation causes the stablehand to move him to a larger lot. Horso, certain his displeasure was not properly communicated, fills the larger lot. Horso is moved to the lot that had housed the cows, all of which had to be slaughtered and dumped into the Alpheus to make way for their loose-boweled stablemate. Horso excretes a waste this time so massive and foul that every Augean subject unlucky enough to remain conscious storms the stable with the intention of freeing the steed. Before the first hand can reach the lock, however, a lightning bolt returns Horso to his own time. He tumbles upon Moww, takes a mouthful of collar and neck flesh, and trots him to jail, being cheered by the townsfolk every step of the way.

Notes

This episode marks four firsts:

  1. Horso has his first run-in with Mickey Moww (later retconned to be a criminal mastermind);
  2. The first mention of something occurring "over Dade way"; similarly to The Andy Griffith Show's Mt. Pilot, viewers would never see Dade);
  3. Horso is transported to another time and place by lightning for the first time (by the eleventh season, he would be able to draw these time-traveling bolts down on himself by will; more often than not, he would do this to join up with his father on various adventures. This would lead to The Two Horsos, a short-lived--albeit critically well regarded--spin-off);
  4. The mystical properties of Horso’s feces are first explored.
     

It is generally believed [citation needed] that the last of these four firsts was one of the many ways in which the new writing staff sought to distance itself from the Jewison era. The old Horso had to appeal to Immodium to regulate his bowels. The new Horso had complete, unaided control of them.

 

Jack S. Pharaoh
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 That sounds like a canon.  Or maybe a mangonel.

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Remember the episode where Horso had sex with the mayor's daughter, then went around making snarky comments like "I rode her all the way to Dade Way!", then suddenly turned and led the charge to have her burned at the stake for beastiality, then at the end of the episode Horso turned to some uncaring boy and asked "Do you know why I did it? It offended me when she bragged she'd scored some tail!"?

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In the finale, does Horso visit a glue factory?

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No.  He squares off against Mickey Moww, who tries to mow him down with a large combine.  They play a game of chicken.  The episode ends with Horso running directly into the combine and calling down Horse Force lightning.  Moww and the combine are immolated.  Cut to black.  There's a stinger that involves Horso III (son to the Horso who ran into the combine) flying.  He had never flown before.