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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 2:01 pm 
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*Uses future technology to locate said Black hole and retrieve the Thingy... and somehow end up in 1997*

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"Irregardless" and "Over exaggerated" are NEVER CORRECT EVER because they are redundant
Regardless means "without regard", and adding "ir" on the front actually makes it a double negative; exaggerate means "to overstate" so you're literally saying "over overstate."
Example: I can not exaggerate the importance of this fact enough, regardless of how often people ignore it.
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*jetisons self forward in time through the use of a time-booth, grabbing the thingy on the way somehow, lanfing back in good ol' 2006*

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Stevenson's Vocabulary Word of the Week:

Foment: (verb) To excite or arouse, i.e. 2014's Week of Randomness hopes to foment some activity on the forums.


Stevenson's Latin Phrase of the Week:

Brutum Fulmen: (senseless thunderbolt) This phrase, coined by Pliny the elder, is used to refer to an empty threat.
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*Searches in 1999 for a while before going back to 2006 to find the Thingy then, snags in from Stevenson, and hides in a closet*

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"Irregardless" and "Over exaggerated" are NEVER CORRECT EVER because they are redundant
Regardless means "without regard", and adding "ir" on the front actually makes it a double negative; exaggerate means "to overstate" so you're literally saying "over overstate."
Example: I can not exaggerate the importance of this fact enough, regardless of how often people ignore it.
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*blows up Silver's house, finds the thingy in the reckage and eats the thingy while going to Auntartica*

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*Realizes that Neo Zanther has gone to his Aunt, who apparently has a bad cold, goes there under disguise, takes the thingy, and hides it in a febreeze factory*

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Stevenson's Vocabulary Word of the Week:

Foment: (verb) To excite or arouse, i.e. 2014's Week of Randomness hopes to foment some activity on the forums.


Stevenson's Latin Phrase of the Week:

Brutum Fulmen: (senseless thunderbolt) This phrase, coined by Pliny the elder, is used to refer to an empty threat.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 5:02 pm 
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*Realizes that Stevenson somehow got the Thingy out of Neo Zanther's stomach, is more than a little disturbed and takes refuge in a febreeze factory since it's unlikely that Stevenson will strike there again, and finds the Thingy*

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"Irregardless" and "Over exaggerated" are NEVER CORRECT EVER because they are redundant
Regardless means "without regard", and adding "ir" on the front actually makes it a double negative; exaggerate means "to overstate" so you're literally saying "over overstate."
Example: I can not exaggerate the importance of this fact enough, regardless of how often people ignore it.
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Location: NOWHERE! *twlight zone music*
*Floods the febreeve factory with deoderant and baby rhinos, grabs the thingy in the confusion, and starts doing the chicken dance with Frankinstin*


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 5:44 pm 
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*points out the many spelling errors in Linkprime's post, and takes the thingy in the midst of his blinding rage*

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Stevenson's Vocabulary Word of the Week:

Foment: (verb) To excite or arouse, i.e. 2014's Week of Randomness hopes to foment some activity on the forums.


Stevenson's Latin Phrase of the Week:

Brutum Fulmen: (senseless thunderbolt) This phrase, coined by Pliny the elder, is used to refer to an empty threat.
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Location: NOWHERE! *twlight zone music*
*turns into a demon because of my blinding rage, burns Stevenson with a fireball, then takes the thingy from his ash pile and freezes it in a block of Kyrptonite(sp?)*


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Isn't superman, so is very capable of taking the thingy, hiding it somewhere boring*

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Stevenson's Vocabulary Word of the Week:

Foment: (verb) To excite or arouse, i.e. 2014's Week of Randomness hopes to foment some activity on the forums.


Stevenson's Latin Phrase of the Week:

Brutum Fulmen: (senseless thunderbolt) This phrase, coined by Pliny the elder, is used to refer to an empty threat.
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*Always looks in the boring places first, just because that's where everyone hides them, finds the Thingy, and gives it back to the giant squid*

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"Irregardless" and "Over exaggerated" are NEVER CORRECT EVER because they are redundant
Regardless means "without regard", and adding "ir" on the front actually makes it a double negative; exaggerate means "to overstate" so you're literally saying "over overstate."
Example: I can not exaggerate the importance of this fact enough, regardless of how often people ignore it.
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*Goes 20,000 leagues under the sea in a submarine, fights the giant squid, barely escapes with my life with the thingy*

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Stevenson's Vocabulary Word of the Week:

Foment: (verb) To excite or arouse, i.e. 2014's Week of Randomness hopes to foment some activity on the forums.


Stevenson's Latin Phrase of the Week:

Brutum Fulmen: (senseless thunderbolt) This phrase, coined by Pliny the elder, is used to refer to an empty threat.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 9:56 pm 
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*Snags the Thingy from Stevenson while he's all beat up from fighting the giant squid and hides in a box*

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"Irregardless" and "Over exaggerated" are NEVER CORRECT EVER because they are redundant
Regardless means "without regard", and adding "ir" on the front actually makes it a double negative; exaggerate means "to overstate" so you're literally saying "over overstate."
Example: I can not exaggerate the importance of this fact enough, regardless of how often people ignore it.
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*Picks up the box with the thingy inside, puts it in another box, mails it to myself, then smashes it with a hammer when it arrives.*

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 10:11 pm 
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*Has Yzma sue Josiah for violation of intellectual property, demands the thingy as payment, then hides it inside of a llama*

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Stevenson's Vocabulary Word of the Week:

Foment: (verb) To excite or arouse, i.e. 2014's Week of Randomness hopes to foment some activity on the forums.


Stevenson's Latin Phrase of the Week:

Brutum Fulmen: (senseless thunderbolt) This phrase, coined by Pliny the elder, is used to refer to an empty threat.
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