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    Yeah we've had what music, what job, what school etc, now what's on your desktop? ie background picture or any unusual icons etc

    Mine is a picture of a dinner, pie potatoes and vegetables to remind me of what I used to eat, but with kidney problems it's a crap diet now, yep boring, but what's on yours??

    Previous to that it was a nightime shuttle launch, before that A salvador Dali next? who knows I might steal an idea from one of you.

    Why did you choose the picture you have?


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    Recently I had a load of shit on it. Icons, pictures, documents, folders... all sorts. So I just put them all in one folder and put it in my documents. Out of sight...... >

    The aged can never understand the pointlessness of youth eh? Its called the world as it is is pointless and pathetic.

    I vary my backdrop, its always nature or man though. Either a really good natural formation or a city skyline. Right now its some mountains in the forests in a temperate area witha small lake/river there.


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    Keep that to yourself BW or they'll build on it.....
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    Made my day again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Wolf
    Right now its some mountains in the forests in a temperate area witha small lake/river there.
    Mine is also forested mountains, but snow covered, from a snowshoe trip two weekends ago. National Forest so no one will build on it. I used it because of the amazing experience of having hiked up in a snowstorm, unaware of the scenery around us, then hiking back down in glorious sunshine through fresh deep snow and seeing everything we had missed on the way up. Stunning and unforgettable.
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    a view of the setting sun over the sea off the west coast of the isle of wight
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    Mine is one of those cool word illusions, except this one is "Defeat within Victory"

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    an alternative one is a logo my son developed for his Design Technology project

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    Quote Originally Posted by tritai
    Mine is one of those cool word illusions, except this one is "Defeat within Victory"

    Cool!
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    Mine is a picture of a dinner, pie potatoes and vegetables to remind me of what I used to eat, but with kidney problems it's a crap diet now, yep boring, but what's on yours??
    megabrain, mine is also of food, A healthy dinner I made late one night last summer.

    Beans, Potatoes Smile Faces and Processed Chicken Shapes - which had peas and sweet corn inside, some bright Idea by birds eye to get kids to eat vegetables here in Ireland. Worked for me





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    Good god, goodgod3rd.....
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    The food of gods :-D

    Quick to make, tasty, and nutritionally balanced (ish).

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    My desktop was riddled with sh!t (in 1280x720 too), so I just made a folder called 'sh!t' put all the sh!t in it and then chucked it in some god forsaken outback area of my computer. Along with all the other 'sh!t' folders there are...
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    If I recall that night it wasnít easy to make, I was oven cooking them, but my oven stopped working Ė I didnít realise this till I got up to check them. So I had to grill them instead, which explains why some of the smiles look a little bit burnt.


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    My desktop was riddled with sh!t (in 1280x720 too), so I just made a folder called 'sh!t' put all the sh!t in it and then chucked it in some god forsaken outback area of my computer. Along with all the other 'sh!t' folders there are...
    I also do that quite often - but I find that sooner or later I need something that I can't find.

    And for some reason, my desktop is filled with stuff, presentations, reports and other such documents that I REALLY don't need anymore, but I still see them and say Iíll delete them later. I think I'm just too proud of my work :P

    Just for the record - I am a decent cook, might post pictures of my other meals sometime.
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    I got a naked mans back on mine. I used to have an US flag before, and don't recall what was it before that.

    Now it's all black and the nude to the right. I love it a lot.
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    Oh so much to explain. Various programs I've tested or am testing (PixaMSN sucks), some things I've written (I'm sure your eyes have focused on "eroticism example", which is actually a criticism of modern erotica), some 4chan images, saved youtube videos (VideoCacheView ftw), and so on and so forth. I also have some CSS files, and a new mmo I'm going to try (eventually).

    My desktop, basically, is always changing. Stuff I keep I move to "crap" and various subfolders, good images (desktops, art, etc) go to "images", and articles I write generally move to a .7z file (ye gods I have so many).

    Oh, and most of my exe's on the desktop are from http://www.donationcoder.com/Software/Skrommel/

    Edit: Oh, and here is my wallpaper

    Edit2: Sigh, and before anyone says anything, "Movies" is stuff from youtube or digital backups of stuff I own (I'm a voyager junkie, I have every single season on DVD). Music? Free stuff from websites like "garageband". You have no idea how awesome free music can be.
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    solid black with a warning in the bottom right hand corner that says "you may be the victim of software counterfeiting"

    ...i feel victimized :wink:
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    I changed my desktop to some text that goes:

    Hey, you.

    Yeah you.

    You got something on your face.



    .....stupidity.



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    It's being the US flag again. What a cozy image it was. Sad I can't upload to the thread.

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    computer desktop is a boring concept so:

    my desktop is a mess.

    assortment of papers.
    stapler
    laptop
    marker pens
    regular pens
    pencils
    data cd
    coffee cup lid
    various epigenetics product catalogues
    one sudoku booklet
    two bananas
    rye bread
    butter (going to lunch soon)
    Dr Pepper
    empty teacup
    backup hardrive
    microtome knifeblade in a greiner tube
    post-it notes
    dirty napkin
    ruler (twice)
    multivitamins
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    likewise with spurious, my computer desktop remains UNpersonalized. But my desk is all aclutter. Let's see...

    Papers
    Empty soda cup
    Trash bag
    Small Bowl holding pens and whatnot
    ruler
    Abacus
    Xun
    Hitch Hickers Guide to the Galaxy
    Cell Phone
    Computer
    Mouse
    Keyboard
    Speakers
    Tower of Blank DVDs
    Tower of Used DVDs
    3 Binders
    What appears to be a puddle of dried paint?
    My hands.
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    Mine is a big desk, and so fuller:

    3 remote controlls
    electric fan
    biro multipack
    5 folders full of notes
    TV & freeview box
    empty half-bottle of wine (where'd that come from?!?!)
    gum
    footwear waterproofer
    swiss army knife
    fire extinguisher
    various items fo clothing strewn around
    pen holder
    post-it notes (clean and used)
    DVDs
    2 torches
    several lighters
    superglue
    golf balls
    bicycle lock
    bicycle tyre hand-pump
    2 camel-backs (a type of water container, for taking hiking/biking)
    a stack of instruction manuels (unused)
    3 empty budweiser bottles
    batteries
    a stack of university prospecti
    the book I am currently reading (Lord of Chaos by Robert Jordan)
    Matches
    lightbulbs
    dice
    needle and thread
    various wires, leads, adapters, etc.
    A hexi-block
    digital camera
    computer (plus moniter, keyboard, speakers, mouse...)
    Mug (empty currently)
    empty boxes
    shuttlecock

    Sorry, it's a bit empty today...
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    because you forgot to bring your bicycle in - sorry, but by now someone will have nicked it
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    It's happened before.

    It was considered a major crime for these parts, as well.
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    People lose bikes here in the tens a day... the police don't even care
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    If I dropped something in the street, unless it was particularly valuable, all that would happen is someone would move it off the ground and either hand it in at the post office, or put it somewhere off the ground where it can easily be seen by the owner.

    Although we do have approximately 3 chavs in our village, who would just steal it. But still, not exactly crime central.
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    approximately ? like, one is sitting on the fence ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR
    approximately ? like, one is sitting on the fence ?
    Well, despite my suggestion, they refuse to wear labels saying they are chavs. Sometimes someone loks like a chav, right up until their mum calls them in to tea.

    I would estimate between 2 and 4 people in the village who I would politely refer to as 'scum'. Although, since there's a new housing estate here, I no longer know pretty much everyone in the village, so there could be more.

    If someone moved here from London, they would go slowly insane, and would be considered rude and paranoid.

    I actually know someone who has never seen a farm, or any farm animals...
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    My wallpaper is of the Helix Nebula, my desk is pretty organized. Here is a list 1.monitor
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    6. Psychology dictionary
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    31. Bhagavad Gita
    32. Nutritional Healing
    32. Water from tonight
    33. Pack of gum
    34. Various silicates.

    K that's everything on my big desk. I have way more books but these are the ones stacked on my desk at the moment.
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    WoW...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician
    WoW...

    Yes.....
    YOUR ONLY CULTURE IS BACTERIA!

    I died a mineral, and became a plant. I died a plant and rose an animal. I died an animal and I was man. Why should I fear? When was I less by dying ~ RUMI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician
    WoW...

    DO you play?
    YOUR ONLY CULTURE IS BACTERIA!

    I died a mineral, and became a plant. I died a plant and rose an animal. I died an animal and I was man. Why should I fear? When was I less by dying ~ RUMI

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    NO!!! I play warcraft 3, and I play NWN.

    Edit: BUT, I do have Frostmourne
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    Sweet... Are you ever on MMORPG.COM ?
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    Naw, I usually just play nwn offline, because I play the original one. But, when I do go online, I have a tendency to stick to a few select worlds. Warcraft 3 I play offline exclusive. Not a fan of the cheaters.

    Oh, and Frostmourne is a real sword, I had to shell out a pretty penny for it, but it was WORTH it.
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    The sword is awesome...
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    hundreds. They're buried in my backyard.
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    much be a big backyard.
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    Naw, just a big pit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spuriousmonkey
    much be a big backyard.
    wtf.

    why do I write much if I meant must?
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    no idea, but I had a good feeling you meant must :wink:
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    my background is normally of a photo of my girlfriend... but it can sometimes vary to some screenshots of the games i play.... Devil May Cry 4, Call of Duty: World at War... etc
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    Desktop (computer):

    Picture is that picture of the Earth as seen from the moon...all blue and shiny-like.
    Icons are in folders and in two rows on the left hand side. I had tried to skatter them all around the screen, but the people I share a computer with don't like that, so they put them back in two neat rows. Urg. Some people.

    Desktop (desk, oh so much more literal):

    Computer
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    pencils + pens
    TEA
    fossil collection
    parts of rock collection
    parts of plant collection
    parts of microscope slide collection
    parts of feather collection
    parts of marble collection
    parts of assorted junk collection
    MORE TEA
    notebooks (many)
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    Text books for next year's AP classes
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    Happiness is Understanding the Underlying Causes of Things.
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    sorry I was gone so long, there are just to many undereducated people here I did not want to add to the problem but I am going to anyway
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    I've got a picture of my family. I haven't seen them in almost a year because of this Marine Corps thing I signed up for. We all wore cloths to make us look like we were in the twenties, and than they sepia'd it so that it looks like a cheep wannabe oldie photograph. It's my favorite picture to look at.
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    I've got a picture of my family. I haven't seen them in almost a year because of this Marine Corps thing I signed up for. We all wore cloths to make us look like we were in the twenties, and than they sepia'd it so that it looks like a cheep wannabe oldie photograph. It's my favorite picture to look at.
    That's so sweet! ♥
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