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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 11 Jan 2011 03:39

    redbugpest wrote:You is so funny! LOL!

    And you're so fucking FAT. :lol:

    Seriously, what is it about KJA and you fatass fuckers? There's a definite trend there.

    And by the way...

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    It's SEURAT.

    Simon never could spell worth shit. :lol:

    You using a pic with a misspelling in it is like KJA crowing over a glowing review that contains an error so fundamental that it shows the reviewer had no fucking idea what he/she was talking about.

    Ha ha!
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby lotek » 11 Jan 2011 05:31

    redbugpest wrote:You is so funny! LOL!

    why the wrong tense ? Is it to sound cool, to provoke a reaction, because you can't spell or just because ?
    No need to answer I just had to point this out.

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    redbugpest wrote:You is so funny! LOL!

    And you're so fucking FAT. :lol:


    FAT 32 even :lol:

    It had been a while hadn't it ?
    So RbP, still cleaning KJA's gluteal cleft with your glossal edema ?
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby lotek » 11 Jan 2011 05:55

    merkin muffley wrote:
    Nekhrun wrote:
    redbugpest wrote: You just keep your chin up there Sparky!

    You meant chins right? His new pic would lead me to believe that you meant chins.



    :laughing-rolling:

    How are things in the Douchenet? Are people angry that they have to defend "Hellhole?" I think it's asking too much, personally, to shill for that piece of shit.

    Is there any word from James C. Harwood/Frank A. Walden?


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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Nekhrun » 11 Jan 2011 08:50

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    I'm still waiting for friend-approval pestie. I'd love to send a truckload (a day's worth?) of your used diapers up to Red Deer.
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Shaitan » 11 Jan 2011 20:31

    Perhaps some of you might prefer a wee little web forum of my own creation which I'm looking to turn over a new leaf with....which is, coincidentally, called "The Black Hole general discussion forum":

    http://blackhole.xerces.com/

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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandRider » 12 Jan 2011 04:01

    SandChigger wrote:I hope he comes back soon, 'cause I was wanting to ask him if he and Davey Jimbob had met up yet in meatspace (or, fatspace? Flabland? Where there are only two dimensions, deeper and wider?) and which of them has the thicker (and redder) neck. :?



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    and I don't remember, have I or have I not posted here the actual etymology of redneck & hillbilly ?

    surely I must have .... and Nielsen's dead, so the first one with the "& don't call me Shirley" bullshit gets a crysknife in the eye ...
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 12 Jan 2011 04:23

    You think maybe we could get Pestie and Davey Jimbo together for a mock sumo match!

    (Minus the fat nekkid butts, of course! :puke: )
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Omphalos » 12 Jan 2011 13:39

    SandChigger wrote:You think maybe we could get Pestie and Davey Jimbo together for a mock sumo match!

    (Minus the fat nekkid butts, of course! :puke: )


    It's the nekkid butts that make that sport funny. I say let 'em hang!
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Tleszer » 12 Jan 2011 14:16

    Omphalos wrote:
    SandChigger wrote:You think maybe we could get Pestie and Davey Jimbo together for a mock sumo match!

    (Minus the fat nekkid butts, of course! :puke: )


    It's the nekkid butts that make that sport funny. I say let 'em hang!

    :vomit:

    Does this have anything to do with that toilet fetish?
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Sev » 15 Jan 2011 13:09

    27 tags now for this one, the newest added by David James - 'enter the deep zone' :laughing:
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby merkin muffley » 15 Jan 2011 13:47

    Sev wrote:27 tags now for this one, the newest added by David James - 'enter the deep zone' :laughing:


    :lol: :roll:

    Well played, Conway. Imagine someone seeing that and saying, "Oooh, interesting! Sounds like this one's both cool AND profound! I wonder what a 'douchenet' is?"

    If that tag doesn't get people to read this piece of shit, nothing will.
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jan 2011 15:51

    Sev wrote:27 tags now for this one, the newest added by David James - 'enter the deep zone' :laughing:

    As he bent over and pried apart his massive ass cheeks?

    Fuck.
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Kojiro » 15 Jan 2011 16:01

    I had to Google "Dochenet," wondering where KJA could have gotten such an absurd name. Guess what? It's apparently a surname.

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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jan 2011 16:07

    Ah, "Dochenet" is a real name. In the book, however, they're using "Duchenet" (also a real name), which Dukester(? or the Hive Mind?) transformed into "Douchenet". ;)
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jan 2011 16:13

    Customers who used the tag "enter the deep zone"

    David James "jizzydam"

    :shock:

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    (Yes, I edited that. ;) )
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby TheDukester » 15 Jan 2011 17:07

    SandChigger wrote:... which Dukester(? or the Hive Mind?) transformed into "Douchenet". ;)

    I'm just a follower on this one. 8)

    I think it might have been Merkin ...
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jan 2011 21:58

    (OK... I wasn't exactly sure. Sorry, Merkin! :oops: )
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby merkin muffley » 15 Jan 2011 23:45

    SandChigger wrote:(OK... I wasn't exactly sure. Sorry, Merkin! :oops: )



    I can't remember, but I'm pretty sure Omphalos came up with the idea to call KJASF the "Douchenet"
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Omphalos » 16 Jan 2011 01:21

    My momma told me to never take credit for things like the sky being blue or farts stinking, so I don't think I can take credit for the KJASF being The Douchenet either. It's just that obvious, i'nit? 'Sides, I'm pretty sure I was riffing off of someone, and IIRC it was Merkin. He cracked a joke about the "Douchenet" family being a bunch of douchenozzles over on T(A)U.
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 16 Jan 2011 03:36

    :lol:

    A bunch of jizzydams. Or jazzydims? (The latter kinda like the opposite of classical-loving Brights, maybe?) :P
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 21 Jan 2011 15:20

    DazzyJim has joined Shannon in the "Let's tag this sucker with stupid trendy phrases like a couple of real morons" game!

    One of his offerings is just kind of Mundane (like Kevin's first wife?): new must-read trilogy.

    But the other one is inspired: better to rule in hellhole than serve in the diadem.

    :doh:

    That's just so stupid I had to start a discussion on it:
    Silly & grammatically erroneous tag

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    I'm sorry, but besides being silly, this tag is also grammatically incorrect.

    As a TAG, this will be applicable to AT MOST one book. (Unless of course Anderson repeats the same line in all three books of the Hellhole trilogy. Not entirely implausible, I suppose, given his past performance. So at most THREE books.) So it's kind of silly from the start.

    But it also makes no sense grammatically. Hellhole is a PLANET, so ON Hellhole would be the more usual phrasing.

    Also, "the Diadem" in this book appears to refer to a female ruler. In which case the preposition IN is completely superfluous (and, in fact, adds an almost pornographic nuance).

    It's bad enough that Anderson has chosen to steal a line from Milton. But it's really SAD when one of his fanboys ineptly tries to follow suit.

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    I guess his true forte really is the Wall-of-Text, and that he chokes on these teeny-tiny things.

    (Sure doesn't look like he chokes on much else! :laughing-rolling: )
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Hunchback Jack » 21 Jan 2011 15:50

    It's bad enough that Anderson has chosen to steal a line from Milton. But it's really SAD when one of his fanboys ineptly tries to follow suit.


    ZING! Very nice, indeed.

    BTW, I expect Anderson *will* use this line in all three books - possibly multiple times in all three books - if past history is any judge.

    In a recent interview, he described brainstorming lyrics for one of the Terra Incognito CDs. One of the lines he came up with - "When you reach the edge of the world, you can fly", I believe it was - was *so freaking awesome* that he insisted that they use it in three different songs.

    Clearly a wordsmith of this caliber knows a winning bit of wordplay when he creates it. Or, in the case of the Hellhole example, steals it. So I think we can expect to see it more than once.

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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby merkin muffley » 21 Jan 2011 16:01

    SandChigger wrote:Also, "the Diadem" in this book appears to refer to a female ruler. In which case the preposition IN is completely superfluous (and, in fact, adds an almost pornographic nuance).


    I want to serve all up in that douchenet.
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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby Nekhrun » 21 Jan 2011 18:15

    merkin muffley wrote:
    SandChigger wrote:Also, "the Diadem" in this book appears to refer to a female ruler. In which case the preposition IN is completely superfluous (and, in fact, adds an almost pornographic nuance).


    I want to serve all up in that douchenet.

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    Re: Hellhole Website now up

    Postby SandChigger » 22 Jan 2011 03:52

    merkin muffley wrote:I want to serve all up in that douchenet.

    Yeah, I know you do. But you're a freaky kinda boy and... would you mind not standing so close? :?


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