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    what you look like, if you want to. Here I am in Hawaii last year. I have lost 30 pounds since then and now am leaner looking.



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    My visage makes children cry and hide their faces in their mothers skirts. Dogs growl, cats run up trees and innocent young waifs faint.


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    Apparently TheScienceForum doesn't want to see me
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    Quote Originally Posted by mat5592 View Post
    Apparently TheScienceForum doesn't want to see me

    How so? Do you have troubles with the upload system?
    "The only safe rule is to dispute only with those of your acquaintance of whom you know that they possess sufficient intelligence and self-respect not to advance absurdities; to appeal to reason and not to authority, and to listen to reason and yield to it; and, finally, to be willing to accept reason even from an opponent, and to be just enough to bear being proved to be in the wrong."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cogito Ergo Sum View Post
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    Apparently TheScienceForum doesn't want to see me
    How so? Do you have troubles with the upload system?
    Yes, it keeps giving an error
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    You see my picture every time I post, lol. My avatar is myself riding Caramel, my endurance horse.

    Here is what I look like dressed for my office job during contract negotiations...



    ...and this is what I look like at home on the ranch doing chores.



    I'm about 12 lbs. lighter than when these pictures were taken, which I attribute to some of my change in diet as well as spending less time in front of a computer. I am now the same weight as I have been most of my life as I have always been into a lot of physical outdoor activity. The internet was a bit of a distraction for a while but I think we have moved beyond that now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    My visage makes children cry and hide their faces in their mothers skirts. Dogs growl, cats run up trees and innocent young waifs faint.
    I'm reasonably certain that I could manage not to gasp if I have a couple of shooters of Tequila first...
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    You can also upload to the album on your profile page and then open the photo, copy the address and post it using the usual method. I use Picasa on-line web album because otherwise I would run out of allotted space too quickly at the forum. Picasa is very generous in their space allowance.
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    My photo would make people think: "That guy is an admin here?"
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    You all can just see me live in action on ESPN last week! (Not making a very pleasant face I might add...bright sun that day, lol)

    Go to 46:30 on the video and I'm the guy on the bottom left with the shirt that says "True Gold...."

    2013 Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia - YouTube
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    A very interesting profile and personal philosophy billvon.

    In my estimation, you are a druid, with such philosophy, whether you acknowledge same or not.

    What is your life philosophy?
    Do whatever you want; don’t hurt anyone else in the process.
    Thank you for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    My photo would make people think: "That guy is an admin here?"
    Why would an admin have confidence issues regarding what other people think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mat5592 View Post
    You all can just see me live in action on ESPN last week! (Not making a very pleasant face I might add...bright sun that day, lol)

    Go to 46:30 on the video and I'm the guy on the bottom left with the shirt that says "True Gold...."

    2013 Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia - YouTube
    Well, thank you for this but NO WAY am I burning off a bunch of band width to look at you. You can make it easier than this....
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    I think it's going to work this time!

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    Picture from a year ago, while I was out fishing with a friend.
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    Sexy bathroom selfies! Just took this one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shlunka View Post
    Picture from a year ago, while I was out fishing with a friend.
    Thanks for bringing some youth to accompany me
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    In my estimation, you are a druid, with such philosophy, whether you acknowledge same or not.
    Thank you - I think - I've never been called a druid before . . .
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    Okay MacGyver. I gave you a 'like' for the effort made but I do not feel obligated to post pictures that reveal more than my character, lol...

    Purse minder.... That is a sign of high trust. A woman does not entrust her purse to just anyone...
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
    That would be me taken in June.
    That's a great picture...and I mean this in the most respectfully way...but you have a great rack!
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    Quote Originally Posted by billvon View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    In my estimation, you are a druid, with such philosophy, whether you acknowledge same or not.
    Thank you - I think - I've never been called a druid before . . .
    LOL...It's a good designation. Although they had a written language, the druids kept an oral history tradition and believed in teaching and learning through experience. 'Do no harm unto others' was one of their teachings as I understand. It was that which leapt off the page to me when reading your profile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    'Do no harm unto others' was one of their teachings as I understand.
    Except when they wanted to.
    Recent evidence that Druids possibly committed cannibalism and ritual human sacrifice—perhaps on a massive scale—add weight to ancient Roman accounts of Druidic savagery, archaeologists say.
    Happy eating, Billvon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver1968 View Post
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    That would be me taken in June.
    That's a great picture...and I mean this in the most respectfully way...but you have a great rack!
    Damn I spit out my mouthful of water when I read that!! Howling!! I'll take it in the spirit it was meant. *laughing* Thanks, I think!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    'Do no harm unto others' was one of their teachings as I understand.
    Except when they wanted to.
    Recent evidence that Druids possibly committed cannibalism and ritual human sacrifice—perhaps on a massive scale—add weight to ancient Roman accounts of Druidic savagery, archaeologists say.
    Happy eating, Billvon!
    An interesting article, Dywyddyr, yet history is ever written by the victors and seldom correlates with the observations of those who may have lived through said period in time. I have no way of knowing, for a fact, what activities the ancient druids may have engaged in, but in modern times cannibalism has fallen out of favor.

    The 'ritual human sacrifice' is on-going as evidenced by the sufferings visited upon the citizenry by their duly elected government, whom I would not characterize as druids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    Okay MacGyver. I gave you a 'like' for the effort made but I do not feel obligated to post pictures that reveal more than my character, lol...

    Purse minder.... That is a sign of high trust. A woman does not entrust her purse to just anyone...
    It's ok She....to me...a sexy picture of you would be wearing a pony tail feeding the horses. oh yeah baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billvon View Post
    Still clinging to the generations-old importance of Nationality........FWIW to anyone, "Novak" is a very common Czech name, there were many families bearing it in our community when I was a kid. The "von" might imply German, which when used before a name, means "from". jocular
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  33. #32 Me and my boobs 
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    This is from 2006, they are bigger now.

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    This is more recent and minus the boobage.

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    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    This is from 2006, they are bigger now.

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    This is more recent and minus the boobage.

    My GOD! What a gorgeous half-face! What "boobage"? joc
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    Quote Originally Posted by jocular View Post
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    This is from 2006, they are bigger now.

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    This is more recent and minus the boobage.

    My GOD! What a gorgeous half-face! What "boobage"? joc
    You have to click the "show" button to see my boobs.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    A picture last summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynx_Fox View Post
    A picture last summer.
    i948.photobucket.com/albums/ad324/Elwha_Fox/picturemeandsundew_zps703b5c4c.jpg

    Argg won't upload for some darn reason.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDemon View Post
    I've had the same problem since the site moved to the new server. If I want to upload pics I have to upload them into photobucket and upload them from there rather than direct from my computer.

    So it seems that I am not the only one who has encoutered difficulties whilst trying to upload pictures.
    I will try to post a picture of myself via copy-pasting a Dropbox link when I get home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    what you look like, if you want to. Here I am in Hawaii last year. I have lost 30 pounds since then and now am leaner looking.

    Is that you in the foreground, or are you one of the people on the beach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDemon View Post
    An oldish one... The last picture of me as Mr Demon on the way to the Senate House to pick up the degree that created PhDemon mwuhahahahaha!
    Mr. DEMON!! I LOVE IT!!! It is FUN to see the faces behind the names!
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    [QUOTE=John Galt;468947][QUOTE=cosmictraveler;468691]what you look like, if you want to. Here I am in Hawaii last year. I have lost 30 pounds since then and now am leaner looking.

    I love it!! What Island!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    what you look like, if you want to. Here I am in Hawaii last year. I have lost 30 pounds since then and now am leaner looking.

    Is that you in the foreground, or are you one of the people on the beach?
    Sir John Galt...you are such a BRAT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    You see my picture every time I post, lol. My avatar is myself riding Caramel, my endurance horse.

    Here is what I look like dressed for my office job during contract negotiations...



    ...and this is what I look like at home on the ranch doing chores.



    I'm about 12 lbs. lighter than when these pictures were taken, which I attribute to some of my change in diet as well as spending less time in front of a computer. I am now the same weight as I have been most of my life as I have always been into a lot of physical outdoor activity. The internet was a bit of a distraction for a while but I think we have moved beyond that now.
    You look like the kind human being that you are!!!!!
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    Me, roasting my folks at their 50th wedding anniversary. Spring 2013.

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    Me, roasting my folks at their 50th wedding anniversary. Spring 2013.

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    Ok, I'll upload a tiny picture. I'm not in the habit of taking millions of pictures all over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    This is from 2006, they are bigger now.




    This is more recent and minus the boobage.


    I liked your Romulan hiarcut, that was interesting and unique but this one is fine too.
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    with daughter in Zurich...when I helped move her from NYC
    That beer's nearly as big as you are! Don't order a Maß at Oktoberfest -- you'd drown in it!
    Daughter and son were just there in Munich! I SHARED that beer with my daughter.!! I can drink champagne....I cannot drink beer. I'd be on my hiney.

    Kids just did Oktoberfest in Munich!!

    I haven't uploaded pics yet.....they look so cute in the lederhosen and the dirndl !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    Ok, I'll upload a tiny picture. I'm not in the habit of taking millions of pictures all over the place.

    You are handsome! I take a lot of pictures, because I have to have them to present, for work. Nice picture!
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    love it!! What Island!!
    I was on Honolulu last year and then helicoptered to Maui then flew to the big island to see my friend who lives near Hilo. I enjoyed Hawaii better than Fiji in some ways because it has more things to do. Anyone wanting to go to Fiji should think about Hawaii before doing so for you'll enjoy yourself more there for less flying money. I stayed at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel and had a buffet breakfast daily for just 5.00. It is only 1 block from Wikiki Beach which is very nice and plenty of room to enjoy yourself. The zoo is also right next to the hotel .
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    I was on Honolulu last year and then helicoptered to Maui then flew to the big island to see my friend who lives near Hilo. I enjoyed Hawaii better than Fiji in some ways because it has more things to do. Anyone wanting to go to Fiji should think about Hawaii before doing so for you'll enjoy yourself more there for less flying money. I stayed at the Redirect Notice and had a buffet breakfast daily for just 5.00. It is only 1 block from Wikiki Beach which is very nice and plenty of room to enjoy yourself. The zoo is also right next to the hotel .
    I don't know if you like botanical gardens, but there is one little known, kind of that is fantastic. If you get back to BI and I am here and free, let me know. I'll take you there. It is AWESOME! Oh and the lava pool in Pahoa? South Point? Place of Refuge? Yes there is much to do on this island.
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    Is that you in the foreground, or are you one of the people on the beach?
    I'm the third person on the left side in the bottom half of the picture on the beach sitting next to the women in the bikini!
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    Is that you in the foreground, or are you one of the people on the beach?
    I'm the third person on the left side in the bottom half of the picture on the beach sitting next to the women in the bikini!
    *cough*....no one wears clothing on that beach.....*hush*!!!!!
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    I was on Honolulu last year and then helicoptered to Maui then flew to the big island to see my friend who lives near Hilo. I enjoyed Hawaii better than Fiji in some ways because it has more things to do. Anyone wanting to go to Fiji should think about Hawaii before doing so for you'll enjoy yourself more there for less flying money. I stayed at the Redirect Notice and had a buffet breakfast daily for just 5.00. It is only 1 block from Wikiki Beach which is very nice and plenty of room to enjoy yourself. The zoo is also right next to the hotel .
    I don't know if you like botanical gardens, but there is one little known, kind of that is fantastic. If you get back to BI and I am here and free, let me know. I'll take you there. It is AWESOME! Oh and the lava pool in Pahoa? South Point? Place of Refuge? Yes there is much to do on this island.
    Thank you for the invitation, I'll keep it in mind however I usually try not to go back to where I've already been for I enjoy the adventure of going to new and exciting places. I'm almost ready to travel to Turkey, Greece and Italy in a few weeks so that's my next adventure. Where you live sounds truly beautiful as I have been to the Hilo area and saw all of the flora and fauna.
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    love it!! What Island!!
    I was on Honolulu last year and then helicoptered to Maui then flew to the big island to see my friend who lives near Hilo. I enjoyed Hawaii better than Fiji in some ways because it has more things to do. Anyone wanting to go to Fiji should think about Hawaii before doing so for you'll enjoy yourself more there for less flying money. I stayed at the Redirect Notice and had a buffet breakfast daily for just 5.00. It is only 1 block from Wikiki Beach which is very nice and plenty of room to enjoy yourself. The zoo is also right next to the hotel .
    I don't know if you like botanical gardens, but there is one little known, kind of that is fantastic. If you get back to BI and I am here and free, let me know. I'll take you there. It is AWESOME! Oh and the lava pool in Pahoa? South Point? Place of Refuge? Yes there is much to do on this island.
    Thank you for the invitation, I'll keep it in mind however I usually try not to go back to where I've already been for I enjoy the adventure of going to new and exciting places. I'm almost ready to travel to Turkey, Greece and Italy in a few weeks so that's my next adventure. Where you live sounds truly beautiful as I have been to the Hilo area and saw all of the flora and fauna.
    I live on the desert side!

    I love Italy....where are you going? I haven't been to Greece. On my bucket list. and Turkey...I think my daughter was there....you should also consider Slovenia and Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is breathtaking....and you don't worry so much about getting robbed as you do in Greece. Not kidding about Greece.
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    Thank you for the invitation, I'll keep it in mind however I usually try not to go back to where I've already been for I enjoy the adventure of going to new and exciting places. I'm almost ready to travel to Turkey, Greece and Italy in a few weeks so that's my next adventure. Where you live sounds truly beautiful as I have been to the Hilo area and saw all of the flora and fauna.
    When I travel I always end up in weird places. The "boob" pic was taken at national park (margalla something or other) in Islamabad. But while I was in Pakistan, I lived in Rawalpindi, visited Lahore, Abbotabad (where bin douche bag was hiding out), Sialkot,Gujranwala and a few villages that I cannot remember the names of.

    When I visited UK. My destination was Middlesbrough, but landed and messed around in Manchester for a few hours (learning to drive on the left) then drove from there to Middlesbrough, getting lost in Bradford (aka Bradistan) after dark and taking up shelter in a stranger's home who more or less locked me in their attic storage closet, where they happened to be storing a small bed, in order to keep me safe from either the son or the father of the household. I am not sure, they didn't speak any English except for their son.

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    I've always imagined you as being the old guy in your avatar, even though I KNOW that is not you, though not sure who it is exactly, just aware it's some character of some kind.
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    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
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    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
    is that a newer version of the show? I remember MST having a guy with two robots that sat in front of a movie screen as it played with the volume down and they would ad lib what they felt the actors were saying based on what they could see. it was hilarious.
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    I know about Greece but I'm always careful whenever I travel but thank you for the heads up. I do not carry much cash but only credit cards that will get me by. As yet in my travels I've not been approached by anyone that tried to either rob me or hurt me. Seeing as how I'm going on a cruise my ship will be my main place where I dine daily for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
    I always hear about this show and intend to get a hold of it, but then my scatterbrain acts up and I completely forget about it. Will make a plan now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
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    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
    I always hear about this show and intend to get a hold of it, but then my scatterbrain acts up and I completely forget about it. Will make a plan now!
    Lynx mentioned as a joke about the idea of posting clips of us singing, but I would prefer just audio clips of members reading one of their written posts or writing a new one and reading it in the tone it is intended to be heard. mainly because I love accents and would love to hear what some of you sound like when you talk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
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    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
    is that a newer version of the show? I remember MST having a guy with two robots that sat in front of a movie screen as it played with the volume down and they would ad lib what they felt the actors were saying based on what they could see. it was hilarious.
    There were some cast changes, but the guy in my pic are The Mads. They subjected Joel, Crow, and Tom Servo (the latter two being robots) to horrible movies in the name of science. Mad science. Later, they also did this to Mike, who replaced Joel. Eventually, both The Mads left the show and were replaced by Ms. Forrester (Dr. Forrester's equally mad mother) and her assistants Bobo (a talking ape) and Brain Guy (a form of not-so-higher life).

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    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
    I always hear about this show and intend to get a hold of it, but then my scatterbrain acts up and I completely forget about it. Will make a plan now!
    You can see some episodes on YouTube, but I recommend buying the Shout Factory DVDs if you're interested. They have some great special features where they actually talk about the movie in the episode as well. Some of the movies, bad though they are, have pretty interesting stories behind them.

    Being a bit of a B-moviephile, I get a big kick out of them.

    Anyways, back to our feature presentation.
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    It's Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank (aka, The Mads) from Mystery Science Theater 3000, my favorite show of all time.
    is that a newer version of the show? I remember MST having a guy with two robots that sat in front of a movie screen as it played with the volume down and they would ad lib what they felt the actors were saying based on what they could see. it was hilarious.
    There were some cast changes, but the guy in my pic are The Mads. They subjected Joel, Crow, and Tom Servo (the latter two being robots) to horrible movies in the name of science. Mad science. Later, they also did this to Mike, who replaced Joel. Eventually, both The Mads left the show and were replaced by Ms. Forrester (Dr. Forrester's equally mad mother) and her assistants Bobo (a talking ape) and Brain Guy (a form of not-so-higher life).
    I remember occasionally seeing it at my great-grandmother's house when I was little. I lived in a rural area and didn't have access to cable but my granny lived in town and did. But she was a baptist fundy and strictly monitored my viewing. But when she dozed off I would get short shots of watching comedy central. Boy did she have a meltdown when she caught me watching Eddie Murphy raw... how dare I allow a foul mouthed colored boy grace the same screen as her beloved Jimmy Swaggert... lol.

    But I guess as far as MST was concerned I never noticed any story line or skits ( i just looked up the show on wiki) I only remember the scenes of them in the theater. I was too little then to take notice of anything more complex while constantly looking over my shoulder for my granny to come after me with a fly swatter lol.


    edit: well this was a bit disturbing but if you scroll from the top of the screen really fast some of the images blur together and apparently shlunka's thumb augmented MacGyver's topless bathroom shot and it made MacGyver appear to be in a very UPbeat mood.
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    I would have had to use a wide angle lens for that.
    lol I'm sure shlunka would give you a thumbs up for that too .... jk shlunka
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    your ears aren't floppy at all...
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    LOL, just a pony tail, eh?

    Actually, my hair is long enough that worn appropriately, it could provide sufficient protective coverage and I have fed the horses on occasion wearing just my housecoat and boots, the cool air so refreshing after a hot shower and the moisture on the tall grass a delightful contrast as it brushed against my bare legs...

    My horses can be trusted not to reveal the secrets of my wardrobe or lack thereof...

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    Is that an image of Neverfly on that horse's rear end?
    You have no idea of how challenging it was to get the dapples to grow in such pixelated fashion....
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    Family legacy has it that it was from Austria, and 'von' was a title given to my great great grandfather, who was a glazier who did a few of the stained glass windows for cathedrals in Vienna.
    That's quite a trade, I've been to Europe and have seen many fine works by craftsmen like him.
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    It's ok She....to me...a sexy picture of you would be wearing a pony tail feeding the horses. oh yeah baby!
    LOL, just a pony tail, eh?

    Actually, my hair is long enough that worn appropriately, it could provide sufficient protective coverage and I have fed the horses on occasion wearing just my housecoat and boots, the cool air so refreshing after a hot shower and the moisture on the tall grass a delightful contrast as it brushed against my bare legs...

    My horses can be trusted not to reveal the secrets of my wardrobe or lack thereof...

    This one is Threebee (from the three 'B's in Bela's Black Betty) taken last year in her early stages of training. As I chatter so much about my horses, you may as well know what they look like also.

    When I look at that hind end I see a dears face, can anyone else see it?

    OK , what's going on here? Now a horses face is there.
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    When I look at that hind end I see a dears face, can anyone else see it?

    No, I am afraid I do not spot the dears face.
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    When I look at that hind end I see a dears face, can anyone else see it?

    No, I am afraid I do not spot the dears face.
    It was changed somehow to a horses hear, it is in the dark area as a lighter image.
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    I figure I should join in the fun. but the site is rejecting my pictures.

    Have you tried to upload your picture to another site (e.g. Dropbox, TinyPic, etc.)?
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    When I look at that hind end I see a dears face, can anyone else see it?

    No, I am afraid I do not spot the dears face.
    It was changed somehow to a horses hear, it is in the dark area as a lighter image.

    I still do not see anything. Perhaps I do not have the necessary fantasy.
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    Apparently this website has the good sense to reject my photo outright. What am I doing wrong? I go through the upload sequence, but it doesn't appear in my post or in the Manage Attachments popup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmonroe View Post
    Apparently this website has the good sense to reject my photo outright. What am I doing wrong? I go through the upload sequence, but it doesn't appear in my post or in the Manage Attachments popup.
    Try instead to upload it to Google+, dropbox, or something as mentioned above. Perhaps it is size? But the url post should work.
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    This is about 5 yeas old. How odd, I just realized I have no recent picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexG View Post
    This is about 5 yeas old. How odd, I just realized I have no recent picture.

    Must've hit puberty awfully early...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
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    When I look at that hind end I see a dears face, can anyone else see it?

    No, I am afraid I do not spot the dears face.
    It was changed somehow to a horses head, it is in the dark area as a lighter image.
    There is a horse face image. I noticed it earlier. The nose starts near the crotch and angles upwards towards the left. Light area in a darker patch. This horse carries a picture of itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    I figure I should join in the fun. but the site is rejecting my pictures.
    I've seen your pic on another site. maybe you can link to it. It's a pretty "OK" website.
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    Or email me the pic to me, and I'll post it on my dropbox account...just let me know, and Ill pm you the email address
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    I use Photobucket. Free and easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmonroe View Post
    Apparently this website has the good sense to reject my photo outright. What am I doing wrong? I go through the upload sequence, but it doesn't appear in my post or in the Manage Attachments popup.
    Upload it on imgur, copy the link of your imgur picture. Then come back here and try again, but select "From URL", paste the link, make sure to uncheck "retrieve remote file and reference locally".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
    I use Photobucket. Free and easy.
    I used to use photobucket...but I like dropbox much better. It puts a folder on your hard drive, and anything you put in that folder automatically gets uploaded to your cloud account. With photobucket, you are limited to pictures...with dropbox, you can upload any type of file....photos, mp3's, movie files, or even host your own website.
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    I cant post a pic I don't think I would fit into the crowd... I look totally different...
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