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Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by sn00pie, Jul 28, 2002.
Paris Hilton - Full Frontal!!!
Man, I thought that was something else.
Do you make all these amazing graphics yourself Sage?
Sometimes, sometimes not. That lock would be a "not"
I just extracted some frames from an OS X animation (when you lock an account's preferences, it shows that closing lock) and threw it together as an animated GIF. I always make it a point to make my avatars from scratch though.
Crap I had to write...
On my computer
I play first person shooters
You can mame
In a videogame
If you eat chalk
You will find it hard to talk
The man in the old shoes
Sang the blues
The boy named John
Turned his computer on
The stereo had so much bass
It shook the entire place
A horse can eat hay
Every single day
You can buy a jar of honey
If you have a lot of money
The man named Dave
Lived in a giant cave
The man popped in the disk
While he was drinking his Brisk
Took the photo
The man in the bar
Played the guitar
1 immutable changeless, invariable, unalterable, unchanging, undeviating
alterable, changing, inconsistent, vacillatory, varying
2 impervious impassable, impenetrable, impermeable, inaccessible
accessible, enterable, passable, penetrable, perforable, porous
3 implacable - grim, merciless, relentless, unappeasable, unpacifiable, unrelenting
appeasable, clement, compassionate, conciliatory, merciful, reconcilable
4 incongruous discordant, discrepant, incompatible, inconsistent, inconstant, uncongenial
appropriate, compatible, congruous, consistent, fitting, suitable
5 indolent lazy, otiose, slothful, unindustrious,
assiduous, busy, diligent, industrious, sedulous
6 infallible flawless, impeccable, inerrable, inerrant, unerring
errable, errant, fallible, imperfect
7 infirm decrepit, frail, inconstant, irresolute, vacillating,
hale, healthy, vigorous, resolute, steadfast unwavering
8 innocuous innocent, inoffensive, unoffending
9 insatiate gluttonous, unappeasable, unquenchable, unsated, unsatisfied
gratified, quenched, sated, satisfied, sufficed
10 inscrutable arcane, impenetrable, inexplicable, mysterious, unknowable
comprehensible, intelligible, penetrable, perceivable, perspicuous
11 insensate callous, dispassionate, insensitive, unaffected, unfeeling, unmoved
compassionate, empathetic, responsive, sensitive, tender-hearted
12 irrelevant extraneous, immaterial, inapplicable, inconsequent, unconnected, unrelated
applicable, germane, pertaining, pertinent, related
1 Calendar 9 pamphlet
2 Concede 10 precede
3 Conscious 11 proceed
4 Dictionary 12 recede
5 Exceed 13 secede
6 Guttural 14 succeed
7 Intercede 15 supersede
1 abash to destroy the self-confidence or self-possession anyone; to make one feel inferior or ashamed
2 bigotry obstinate and unenlightened attachments to ones own religion, party, belief, or opinion
3 cajole to get ones way by deceptive flattery or specious promises
4 chagrin embarrassment or humiliation caused by disappointment or failure
5 chaotic utterly disordered or confused
6 embezzle to fraudulently appropriate money entrusted to ones care
7 flotsam wreckage or goods found afloat after a ship has sunk
8 hypocritical characterized by feigning to be what one is not
9 platitude a dull and trite remark solemnly stated
10 rampant growing or flourishing unchecked; unrestrained
11 reverie abstract musing; daydreaming
12 rhetoric the art of using effective and persuasive language; the rules guiding the effective use of language
- language characterized by artificial or ostentations expression
Snapping, capturing, digitizing
A camera captures memories.
Gaming, surfing, learning
Learning how to use a computer will get you far in life.
Listening, relaxing, soothing
Speakers are used to play music.
Watching, learning, entertaining
Television can entertain.
Listening, grooving, relaxing
Listening to music is great.
Speeding, moving, screeching
Cars can be fast.
There once was a man from Nantucket.
His house was as small as a bucket.
His name was Big Fred,
His Ferrari was red,
And his chickens name was Big Clucket.
There once was a camera named Jack.
He had buttons all over his back.
His owner took him to Acapulco,
And took lots of great photos,
And now he is receiving lots of flak.
There once was a bottle named Dasani.
He had a grandmother named Nani.
He took a really big diaper,
And soaked it in the river of Dnieper
And mailed to his big brother named Johnny.
There once was a car named Jerry.
He had a best friend named Harry.
Im out of Ideez,
Someone help me please!
As long as your name isnt Larry.
ITR, do you like writing poetry?
No, It's for school. My dad can't see my computer on the network and my floppy drive is broken so I have to copy/paste it somewhere on the net so I can print a copy.
Oh, Ok. I just wondered if you liked writing poetry a lot because there are so many of your poems out here.
I don't mean to be nosy, but what were those images used for. I have never seen anything like it.
Here is your answer.
S tates in the
I ndependant area of
C arrying people
A way from
R eally scary
S ending music
E very time
A n anonymous
K angaroo jumps
E ver so slightly to the
R ivers edge.
1. acquaintance 9. necessary
2. battalion 10. recommend
3. canister 11. sacrilegious
4. deceive 12. their
5. familiar 13. there
6. hemorrhage 14. theyre
7. inadvertent 15. wholly
1. beleaguer to surround (as with troops) so as to prevent escape; to harass, to beset
2. bizarre strikingly unconventional or peculiar as to taste, style or appearance
3. bulwark a defensive wall or fortification; any safeguard or defense; to fortify with a bulwark; to protect
4. cabal a small group of highly place people united for a secret and often sinister purpose; the plots of such a group
5. caricature a picture or description in which the characteristic features of the original are exaggerated r distorted so as to produce an absurd effect
6. fiasco a complete and often ridiculous failure
7. garnished added to for decoration or interest
8. mien the air, being, or manner of a person as showing the character or mood
9. mountebank a roving hawker of quack medicines who mounted a bench and appealed to his audience by jokes, stories, and tricks,; any charlatan or trickster
10. rudiments basic principles first learned about a subject
11. slovenly careless or negligent in habits, dress, appearance, or work
12. whimsical characterized by erratic behavior or unpredictability; odd, freakish