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About bluntobject

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  • Birthday 19/09/1983

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    West Bountiful, Utah, USA
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    Computers, Gaming, Music, CD collection, Vocal/Percussion performance...

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  1. My first computer was an 8088. Not a Vic 20, but I don't know that you could call it advanced. It had 8 Mhz, and no hard drive. There were two 5.25 in. disk drives, and dos was on a disk. So if you wanted to run a program that required dos, you had to put dos in the top drive and the other disk in the bottom drive. When we got it, it was the coolest thing we had ever seen!
  2. Speaking of cats.... Check out www.mycathatesyou.com My favorite is the cat in the glass.
  3. Huzzah, Warhawk. Very well said.
  4. Excuse me, I'm new in town and don't really know my way around yet. Can I have directions to your house?
  5. Well, I don't have a lot to add to this thread except to say that it's good to see that it is possible to still have time to game and such when people are 'grown up'. (I'm 19)
  6. That was a short thread...
  7. I agree, well done Ruin. If you feel you're more of a story teller, try telling some. I'm sure there's a lot here that would enjoy them.
  8. Proceeded to attack the Chocobo along side his rabbid ferret companion, Baxter.
  9. I pretty much agree with all points made so far, but you gotta realize it's just another so called "reality" TV show to try and get ratings. I get a gut feeling (and I have no evidence of this) that most of these "reality" TV shows are staged anyways. Big shocker, eh?
  10. When I think about it, I agree with you Warhawk. I know that baloons were used to keep watch out for u-boats, but the ones on the beachhead were unmanned. The observation balloons were a different type used in a different situation.
  11. I apologize. I was not meaning to make fun of this topic. I do realize that it is a very very serious thing.
  12. Also... I just find it funny to scroll down this topic and see how the posts start out as one liners and get longer and longer... Apparently you're not seeing the humor... Nevermind.
  13. Just wanted to state my opinion. I'm with Monty in that I do not think nukes are even a concievably viable resource here. We're after Saddam, his regime, and his illegal weapons. If the United States were to use nukes against Iraq under ANY circumstances, we would do maybe 20% damage to Saddam/Regime, and the other 80% would be to the environment and innocent people. Besides, can you think of the outrage it would cause in the rest of the world? Now I'm not a pacifist at all, and I do think that Saddam/Regime are evil, but nukes are not the answer here. I do think that he needs to be remo
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