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cut and paste

betsymartian 6:13pm, 14 May 2006
In this thread, just hit Ctrl+V and let's see what the last thing you copied to clipboard was. Maddog did it in another thread and I think it's interesting.
**edit** OK maybe interesting is the wrong word, what I mean is, it'll be interesting to see what people are working on.
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'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago

There are 12 (Twelve) numbered challenges. Each one of them contain 2 (two) fulfilling pictures by 2 (two) different participants: the Challenger (the one who submits the 1st photo) and the Competitor (the challenge acceptor, that's to say the one who submits the 2nd photo).


To start a challenge, a Member - the Challenger - chooses an OPEN numbered topic:

## – OPEN – Theme: ...
For example: 09 – OPEN – Theme: Title (or just nothing)

When the theme is free, the Challenger decides the theme title: headlines have to be written in English.

The Challenger submits his appropriate picture: only medium sized pictures can be posted.

In case of discrepancy between picture and theme, an Administrator will ask the Challenger to change the picture; the headline might be changed only if it wasn't a Winner's choice. In the absence of the theme title (when the Challenger only submits a picture), an Administrator will provide one.

After 2 (two) hours that a photo and a theme are proposed, if there is no Competitor yet, the Administrators are allowed to change the theme in order to avoid expired topics. If necessary, this change will be done every 2 (two) hours, untill theme expires.

When a challenge starts, an Administrator will place the text below in the heading:

## – ON HOLD – Theme: …
For example: 09 – ON HOLD – Theme: Title

When a theme is ON HOLD, any Member will be able to accept the challenge and to post a picture related to the theme: the fastest to respond will be the Competitor.

In case of discrepancy between picture and theme, the Challenger or an Administrator will ask the Competitor to change the picture; the Challenger has the final word, but Administrators can decide to detect the best fitting theme title before starting polling.

When the Competitor accepts the challenge posting his appropriate picture, an Administrator will change the topic from ON HOLD to TO VOTE:

## – TO VOTE – Theme: …
For example: 09 – TO VOTE – Theme: Title


Members will be able to freely vote on their favorite pictures. If the first voter chooses the 1st picture (the Challenger's one), then he'll write: 1-0; otherwise, if he chooses the 2nd one (the Competitor's one), he'll write: 0-1.

The second voter will add his vote to the 1st column or to the 2nd one: 2-0 or 1-1, and so on.

For example:

Verify your vote after clicking the POST NOW button, to see if it's all correct. Don't forget that you can edit your vote by clicking EDIT: this way you can avoid misunderstandings on the counting.

Clear mistakes will be fixed by Administrators; dubious votes will be deleted.

Both the Challenger and Competitor are not allowed to vote for their own picture.


When reaching the number of 10 (ten) votes, an Administrator will change the topic to:

## - CLOSED (Winner’s name) – Theme: Title
For example: 09 – CLOSED (Winner) – Theme: Title

The Winner should immediately start a new challenge, with the same number of the one he just won, but he can't take part to this new challenge: this new challenge will be available to all Members, bar him.
This rule is for avoiding that Members use all their masterpieces in a row: better equal opportunities are assured to all Members :-)

If the Winner doesn't start a new challenge within 30 (thirty) minutes, an Administrator will do it.

## – OPEN – Theme: (optional)
For example: 09 – OPEN – Theme: Title
or: 09 – OPEN – Theme:

Only the Winners' pictures can be added to the Pool and when the contenstants are 9 (nine) all, both pictures can be added. The Winner of a 9 all challenge will be the one who gets the 10th vote, of course.

The winning pictures, even the ones that have achieved 9 (nine) votes, can't be used in new challenges.


If a challenge remains more than 6 (six) hours without votes, it will be closed and the Winner will be the one who earned the most of votes.

When a new topic is ON HOLD, the Challenger will wait 6 (six) hours for a Competitor: within these 6 (six) hours, the Challenger who chose himself theme title can change the headline only in order to facilate Competitors. At the very moment a Competitor accepts the challenge, the title can't be changed anymore.

If time - 6 (six) hours - expires and either no Challenger or no Competitor accepts the challenge, an Administrator will set that challenge as EXPIRED and will open a new one with a new (or free) theme; this new challenge will be open to all Members, Administators included.

## – EXPIRED – Theme: Title
For example: 09 – EXPIRED – Theme: Title


It's only allowed to participate to 2 (two) challenges at the same time: one as Challenger (the one who submits the 1st photo), another as Competitor (the one who submits the 2nd photo). In other words: nobody can have at the same time more than 2 (two) pictures of their own while participating in the challenges.

When a Member wins 2 (two) challenges at the same time, he has to start 2 (two) new challenges opened to all Members: he won't be able to take part in both of them.

Before starting on a new challenge, or before accepting a challenge, the participant is obligated to vote on every challenges open for voting. Of course we always need your vote in order to accelerate challenges and to have more fun. Please vote!

If someone wants to complain about something related to the group - or about somebody's behavior - he has to communicate with an Administrator: use Flickr-mail. If someone creates a topic with this intention, the topic will be immediately deleted.


Administrators can compete in all challenges opened to all Members: they can be Challengers or Competitors and they can be at each other's throats :-)

When an Administrator wins a challenge, he'll choose a new theme as all Members do, but none of the Administrators will be able to take part to this new challenge.

This means that when an Administrator opens a challenge and the winner was a Member, the Admnistrator can participate; the Administrator won't be able to participate only if he himself was the Winner or if the Winner was another Administrator.

If an Administrator wins 2 (two) challenges at the same time, 1 (one) of the new challenges will be opened also to all the others Administrators, excluding only the Winner.

When an Administrator starts a new challenge in place of a latecomer Winner and the Winner wasn't another Administrator, all Administrators can take part to this new challenge.
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
"please look at me!"
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
blank message? Are you sure that's what you want?

yes damn it a blank goddamn message - just sayin her icon was cute, i just dont understand why i have argue with a fucking computer!

Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
I'm uploading all of these to show the effort I went to to try and get, finally, a picture of a purple frikking frog. I assure you, it was purple IRL from time to time
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Lens to Lens
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
mlizzy 12 years ago
WEEK FOUR: Sept. 26


This week we begin looking back at the institutional history of English Studies. Over the semester, we will be reading the entirety of Graff's book Professing Literature.

Graff, "Literature in the Old College: 1828-1876": "The Classical College," (pages 19-35, Professing Literature ); "Oratorical Culture and the Teaching of English" (pages 36-51, Professing Literature).

Eagleton, "The Rise of English," (pages 15-46, Literary Theory).


LOOKING BACK (Some More...)

Graff, "The Early Professional Era: 1875-115: "The Investigators (1): The New University," (pages 55-64); "The Investigators (2): The Origins of Literature Departments," (pages 65-80, Professing Literature).

Eagleton, "Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Reception Theory," (pages 47-78, Literary Theory).

WEEK SIX: Oct. 10


Graff, "The Generalist Opposition" (pages 81-97, Professing Literature); "Crisis at the Outset: 1890-1915" (pages 98-118, Professing Literature).

Eagleton, "Structuralism and Semiotics" (pages 79-109, Literary Theory).




Graff, "Scholars Versus Critics: 1915-1950" ("Scholars versus Critics: 1915-1930," "Groping for a Principle of Order: 1930-1950," "General education and the Pedagogy of Criticism: 1930-1950," pages 121-179, Professing Literature).

Eagleton, "Post-Structuralism" (pages 110-130, Literary Theory).



Graff, "Scholars versus Critics: 1940-1965" ("History verus Criticism: 1940-1960," "Modern Literature in the University: 1940-1960," "The Promise of American Literary Studies," pages 183-225, Professing Literature).

[Note: read all of "Scholars versus Critics: 1940-1965" except "Rags to Riches to Routine," pages 226-243]

"On the Poverty of Student Life," (pages 319-337, Situationist International Anthology or link).

Urban Poetry: Paris, May 1968 Graffiti

[You may also want to get started reading Freud for Beginners (Richard Appignanesi, Oscar Zarate) as you will be required to have it all read by Week Nine]

Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
5olly 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
it's kind of.... not..... but I don't want to burst your bubble so :dance:

fucking 'deluxe sushi' which pisses me off in many ways I can't be bothered to go into here
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
you know what time it is
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
We need a new ftp site
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Los Feliz Development & Sunset
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
mlizzy 12 years ago
Marinated Mozzarella

1Lb. fresh Moz
3 Tabl. Virgin Olive Oil
3 Tabl. Veg. Oil
1 Tabl. Oil from Sun dried tomatoes packed in oil
3 Tabl. Italian parsley*
1 tabl. fresh basil*(
1 tabl. chives*
2 gloves fresh garlic minced*
3-4 sun dried tomatoes chopped*
1/2 teas. red pepper flakes*

Slice mozz and let drain, blot excess water, arranged on large plate with high sides
mix all other ingredients pour over mozz and let sit covered for two hours at room temp. Serve with sliced crusty baguette.

* or however much you want to use of any of these.
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Mobile Command Center
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
. ovk ouy couy krk2
.candy 12 years ago
hey hap,
just popped on and saw you here
the viking has passed out already
I am up watching Garden State
went outside to puff and there was a gigantic seven-legged spider on the wall
it gets to live for now, it's bigger than me

had an interview today
didn't go great ...the fucker told me I have "too much personality" but he was smiling when he said it, like he was having an internal conversation out loud or something
said he'd call me Monday


yuppie fucking fuck fuck fucker fuck fuck fuck

have another interview Monday
I'm going to relax on this one, maybe order a beer instead of coffee
it's at 9:30 am
I simply do not interview well
Ms Kat 12 years ago
A couple of folk hanging around.
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
6 of 7
antomic 12 years ago
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Wam Mosely
Ms Kat 12 years ago
What do you think?
.candy 12 years ago
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
6 McIntosh apples, peeled and diced into 1/2-inch pieces
1/2 lemon, juiced
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground or freshly grated nutmeg
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1/2 cup flour or fine graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 stick butter
1 pint vanilla ice cream

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. In a 9 by 12 baking dish, combine apples, lemon juice, cinnamon, nutmeg and sugar. In a small bowl, mix flour or graham cracker crumbs, brown sugar and butter together using the tines of a fork and your fingers, working until even, small crumbles form. Sprinkle topping evenly over apples and bake 15 to 20 minutes until apples are just tender and topping is golden brown. Top dishes of apple crisp with small scoops of vanilla ice cream. YUM!
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
• Seoul warns against new nuke test
• Darfur violence spills into Chad
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• Katrina survival story ends in grisly killing, suicide
• Man in critical condition after stingray attack
• SI.com: FBI looks at Wisconsin man in stadium threat
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• PBL to sell half media assets
• End of era for cult UK carmaker
maddog. 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
the routinization of violence
maddog. 12 years ago
More parochial matters are also reported: the death of a woman from the bite of a mad dog; the explosion of the Ipswich mail coach having been struck by lightening; and the amazing domestic conflicts of Mr. Coates and his "strapping Amazonian" wife
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
hip shot
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
Jess, Ipswich Scorpions v London Welsh, September 2006
maddog. 12 years ago
Actually, I saw a documentary at last year's Melbourne Film Festival about all sorts of body alteration, including implanting assorted lumps and bumps under the skin to make horns, ridges and other decorative embellishments so am no longer phased by commonplace genital additions. I mean, these folks were implanting rings (one lass was able to lace through the rings so she looked like a human corset!), studs and little capsules so to my eye they kind of looked like Star Trek aliens, after they'd been modified by Mike Westmore's make-up kit. Indeed, there were some practioners who no longer looked human, at least one lizard and tiger man....

Did this bother me? Not really, to each his (it's?) own. But...as a costumer...given to temporarily transforming myself into all sorts of critters, beasties, bunyips and yowies, I did kind of feel ridiculously smug that, although I could have all the fun of changing my appearance, that I still always have the option of reverting to my original template. Unless, of course, as my mother warned me, the wind changes one day and I'm stuck like that.

On the other hand, as it were, clearly the bloke in your story had a medical problem that he thought he needed help with, so I feel sorry for the poor fella. Come to think of it, the most wince-making images in the documentary were, for me, all about surgeons splitting male organs like hot dogs that had been boiled too long. Akkk!

But, there are other medical conditions where implants are also useful, such as bodily repairs made after cancer has done its malign work.

Of course, actresses having breast implants could make valid, um, points about their modifications getting them more work? So I suppose that's also a genuinely practical bit of cosmetic alteration.

If not a particularly charming comment on our mammary struck society, that women can only get ahead by putting their breast foot forward....


Hmmm. The stripper in the dressing room seems to be thinking, "Well gosh, I'm sure these fitted when I brought them...."

Reminds me of the time I shared a dressing room with a buncha strippers back in the 90s. I'd been hired to wear an alien costume
at a new movie themed night club for a couple of nights when it opened. It shared backstage facilities with a men's club next door.
Anyway, needing a sink and a big mirror to get kitted up with the prosthetics I politely banished myself to the lobby of the unisex bathroom where everyone's nominal modesties would be preserved.
Mind, the memory makes me smile, since the costume was Babylon Five's Ambassador G'kar, who would have been only too delighted to find himself in such a situation!

But the girls were really friendly and curious about the prosthetic make-up. I always wondered if they got any costume ideas themselves that night....!
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
Reply to this topic?

We need something to publish!
freekstreet 12 years ago
What???? That's crazy! That is so last minute, but so cool at the same time! ARe you going to be there for the whole year? And what job did you apply for? So many questions....
freekstreet Posted 12 years ago. Edited by freekstreet (member) 12 years ago
Subject areas covered within the course include; manifesting and load organising, parachute packing, video editing, sales techniques, meteorology, freefall photography and much more. Once students have gained a thorough working knowledge of the industry they have the opportunity to put everything into practice during their 12 week organised work placement, at a commercial drop zone.
maddog. 12 years ago
see? there's endless fun to be had. and you just have to tell the girls that you're hiding in the bush taking their picture because its for a 'group' that you belong to on 'the internet'.
maddog. 12 years ago
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
Hey Benny,

a. I chose Canon based on 3 criteria:
1. Most of my friends, pros and amateurs, shoot with Canon. Sticking with their camera system allows me to become part of their group when swapping lenses and equipment, or even buying and selling.

2. Full frame bodies. I imagine Nikon will make one at some point, but they have none thus far. I plan on upgrading soon to a full frame body- probably the 5d.
Since you shoot your personal work on a medium format camera you may be interested to know that a lot of former medium format photgraphers switched to Full Frame Canon bodies with pleasant results. Resolving ability of FF Canon bodies rivals and may even exceed that of medium format film cameras -allowing for amazing detail in the microtones and microtextures.

3. The above two reasons were enough for me, but being a consummate researcher and analyzer I scoured the web for reviews and technical comparisons between the major companies, and -at the time- Canon was well-ahead in the tech race. Their cameras yielded excellent results as compared to the rest of the pack in regards to high ISO/lowlight shooting, with a fantastic s/n ratio. That is still true today, but less so. Nikon has nearly completely licked the problem in their current line-up.

b. Canon's strengths as of now:
1. Excellent S/N ratio with high ISO, low light shooting.
2. Ability to plunge a ton of money into R&D as compared to the smaller companies such as Nikon(although I am watching Sony closely after their acquisition of Konica-Minolta).
3. Excellent feature set through-out the line-up with intuitive controls.
4. Well built, solid, rugged cameras from 20d up, and a well-built but chintzy feeling camera from the 400d down.
5. Great AF and metering.
6. Unparalleled # of lenses in their line-up

Nikon's strengths:
1. Ergonomically superior and extremely well-put together.
2. Extended backwards compatibility with many Nikon lenses from past bodies.
2. More noise than Canon, but what noise their is tends to look more pleasing(it's the difference between luminance and chominance noise)
3. Intuitive and manifold feature set.
4. Spot metering through-out the line-up(canon has it on the 30d up)
5. Slightly large imaging sensor(1.5x vs canon's 1.6x)

Off the top of my head that's what I came up with. I would say if you already have invested in one system, you should stick with that, all other variables being equal.
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
♪ E Ritorno Da Te - And I come back to you ♫

E ritorno da te nonostante il mio orgoglio / And I come back to you despite my pride
Io ritorno perché altra scelta non c'è / I come back to you because there's no other choice
Ricordando i giorni un'altra latitudine / Remembering the days in a different latitude
Frequentando i posti dove ti vedrei / Going to places where I would see you
Recitando i gesti e le parole che ho perso / Repeating the gestures and the words I lost
E ritorno da te dal silenzio che è in me / And I come back to you from the silence in me

Tu dimmi se c'é ancora per me Tell me if for me there's still
Un'altra occasione, un'altra emozione / another chance, another emotion
Se ancora sei tu, ancora di piú / If you're still there, even more
Un altra canzone fresca e nuova / A new and fresh song
Tu dimmi se ormai qualcosa di noi / Tell me if now something of 'us'
C'é ancora dentro gli occhi tuoi / is still in your eyes
Gli occhi tuoi / your eyes

E ritorno da te perche ancora ti voglio / And I come back to you because I still want you
E ritorno da te contro il vento che c'è / And I come back to you against the wind
Io ritorno perche ho bisogno di te / I come back to you because I need you

Di respirare fuori da questa inquetudine / (I need) to breathe outside this uncertainty
Di ritrovare mani forti su di me / To have strong hands on me again
E non sentirmi sempre così fragile / and to feel that I'm not always so fragile

Tu dimmi solo se c'è ancora per me / Tell me if for me there is still
Un'altra occasione, un'altra emozione / another chance, another emotion
Dimmi se ancora sei tu, ancora di più / Tell me if you're still there, even more
La nostra canzone che risuona / Our song playing loud
Tu dimmi se ormai qualcosa di noi / Tell me if now something of 'us'
C'è ancora dentro gli occhi tuoi / is still there in your eyes

Dimmi solo se c'è / Just tell me if it's there
E ritorno da te / And I'll come back to you.
maddog. 12 years ago
Ipswich 5-0 Luton

Alan Lee's second-half hat-trick helped Ipswich crush Luton and move into the top half of the Championship table.
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
My wonderful girlfriend and I had been dating for over

a year, and so we decided to get married. There was
only one little thing bothering me. It was her
beautiful younger sister.

My prospective sister-in-law was twenty-two, wore very

tight miniskirts, and generally was bra less. One
day "little" sister called and asked me to come over
to check the wedding invitations. She was alone when
I arrived, and she whispered to me that she had
feelings and desires for me that she couldn't

She told me that she wanted to make love to me just
once before I got married and committed my life to her


Well, I was in total shock, and couldn't say a word.
She said, "I'm going upstairs to my bedroom, and if
you want one last wild fling, just come up and get
me." I was stunned and frozen in shock as I watched
her go up the stairs.

When she reached the top she pulled off her panties
and threw them down the stairs at me. I stood there
for a moment, then turned and made a beeline straight
to the front door.

I opened the door, and headed straight towards my car.

Lo and behold, my entire future family was standing
outside, all clapping!

With tears in his eyes, my future father-in-law hugged

me and said, we are very happy that you have passed
our little test.....we couldn't ask for a better man
for our daughter. Welcome to the family."

And the moral of this story is:

Always keep your condoms in your car.
Ms Kat 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
maddog i lurve you!
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago
ms. kat you own me
maddog. 12 years ago
tally ho! *TWANGGGGG* weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
*THUMP* whimper *CHEER*
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
Buster Pickles 12 years ago
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
oh my god.... i have to apologize Jill.... all the credits for this masterpiece of smoking fetish art are for you and only you....

what a conincidence that you found your picture again - honest Jill - i didnt steal it from your site - i found it at the smoking fetish forum at www.smokingpalace.com and i thought it would be perfect for here...

i hope you understand and you are not mad with me.... but it is fantastic to meet a real Lady who knows how to do some stylish smokey shots and who seems to be a real Cigar Afficionada....

lots of filterless smokey greetings coming a long way from germany ...and pls excuse again...
Stef ;-)==~~~
maddog. 12 years ago
Cutup From Unknown Source:

I have never gotten so many hits as since Erasers did me the honor. We got lost in the rough part of miami. Everyone was so tense so I bit reuben. He got mad but did not beat me up like he should have. He scaled the coconut trees while we geeks watched in awe. I thought I would be getting some flexible sexible but she wasn't trying to hear it. The highlight was wen I got to pet a key dear.

The pope was playing too, and he got mad at me. There was egg-laden matzo, quice, brownies and, of course, courvoisier. No more jokes about oral sex or badgering my witness. This dream was smooth, rich, and intoxicating.

hop into my beemer, and then maybe...

I got problems counting to one hundred and one

That means I control the weather, right?

Mosquitos suck

I was rudely asaulted every second and I am still being asaulted.

I am royalty and am sick of getting assaulted by tele-com producers stalking me and impressioning me.

I have seen lots of hard worm crusts lately
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
England's worst fears were confirmed on Friday with New Zealand announcing that star fly-half Dan Carter will start Sunday's clash at Twickenham.

The All Blacks talisman had initially been named on the bench for the weekend encounter, which marks the opening of Twickenham's new South stand.

However, Otago stand-off Nicky Evans pulled up with a hamstring problem during Wednesday's training session, and Henry has confirmed the Highlanders man will miss out.

As a result, Carter comes in to strengthen a New Zealand side already boasting the likes of skipper Richie McCaw, flying winger Joe Rokocoko and line-breaker Aaron Mauger.

Carter's Canterbury team-mate Leon MacDonald steps up to fill the vacant spot on the bench, providing quality cover at both outside-half and full-back.

The news means England can now gauge themselves against a Kiwi side that is close to 100% full strength, with Jerry Collins and Ali Williams the only notable absentees.

Andy Robinson's men suffered a 23-19 reverse in the corresponding fixture last year, after a courageous performance that was arguably England's best of the autumn period.

Now they kick off the 2006 schedule hoping for a better outcome, but they must overcome a dangerous Kiwi side, bolstered by the man who scored 44 points in two Tests against the British and Irish Lions last year.
pixiepie 12 years ago
Oh bugger...
Buster Pickles 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
You should definitely be sure to let me know beforehand if you're not able to make the field trips in this class. Also, paper is due thursday in class. If you turn it in late, you lose points.

Finally, I'm happy to schedule a time to meet. I have office hours on tues (4 - 5) and thur (10 - 11a). I can also meet by app't but I need a day or two lead time.

see ya tues.,
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago

The following information is provided for your tour at SCI __Graterford _. In order to expedite processing through the Gatehouse and to make the tour enjoyable, as well as informative, you must comply with the following:

1. You must be at least 18 years of age to tour the facility.

2. If you know someone who is incarcerated here, it is your responsibility to notify a staff member immediately.

3. Upon arrival to the facility, you will be required to produce a photograph I.D., preferably a valid driver's license.

4. Purses, backpacks, notebooks, pens, medication, and pocket knives, etc. are prohibited and must remain in your vehicle.

5. Weapons and alcohol are prohibited on institution grounds.

6. You will be passing through a metal detector. Jewelry, money, keys, or unnecessary metal objects on your person should be kept to a minimum.

7. Professional/casual dress is expected. For example, shorts, flip-flops, tank tops, sheer, clingy clothing, short skirts or dresses, or attire that conveys inappropriate pornographic messages, or messages that advocate criminal conduct or violence are not appropriate for this setting.

8. You may not talk to an inmate unless you obtain prior authorization.

9. No member of the group may be on any inmate's visiting/phone lists.

10. No member should offer name, address, or phone number to an inmate before, during, or after the tour.

11. No electronic equipment (cell phones, pagers, PDAs, and cameras of any type) will be permitted by any member on tour.

12. All persons are subject to search of person, belongings, or vehicle at any time while on facility property.

13. Failure to comply with any policy or rules of SCI _Graterford__ or the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections will result in your immediate removal from the facility grounds and possible prosecution.
monkeywrench_2003 12 years ago

through a scanner darkly
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
I'm gonna make a list of everyone on here, find out where they live, visit them at 2am and brutally lop their limbs off with my trusty axe, photograph the dismemberment, smear bloody entrails all over my goatee, then post the photos as evidence before going calmly to the local police and dobbing vdub in.

They'll call it the November Flickrcides. Vdub can be played by De Niro, I'll have Dawn French or Rosanne Barr with fake stubble and Buster will be played by Tony Danza. Kel will be the one who escapes to inform the police, in the expected rewriting of history to make the movie sell better, and, played by Charlize Theron, she'll double as Vdub's love interest. ie. He moves in next door and records her evry move.

Squidtrolley will be the neighbour who notices things aren't quite right.
Maybe we can have DiCaprio there. Esther will be played by Eva Mendez and will swear a lot and take the longest to die, having grabbed the axe of me and lopped off the fingers of my left hand. Forcing me to suffocate her with blancmange.
Larry will get off, having convinced the jury that he was just following orders.

That is so damn ironic. He never does what he's told.
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
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Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
the routinization of violence
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
rgdaniel PRO 12 years ago
Mama & Baby Maddog 12 years ago
Step One Step Study Questions

1. What is your definition of powerless?

2. What is the disease of addiction?

3. Why is being clean not enough?

4. How was my life unmanageable in my addiction?

5. How is my life unmanageable in my recovery?

6. How do I apply the first step in my life?

7. Write out your definition of unmanageable?

8. What does sponsorship have to do with the first step?

9. Write out the benefits of accepting your powerlessness over addiction

10. Write out the benefits of surrendering your life to N.A
maddog. 12 years ago
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
What is Bourgois' main argument in this book? How does he go about making it, step by step? Is it convincing? Why?/Why not?
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
elbaliava ton
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
i spent an outrageous
maddog. 12 years ago
And now, the end is near
And so I face the final curtain
You cunt, I´m not a queer
I´ll state my case, of which I´m certain
I´ve lived a life that´s full
I've traveled each and every highway
And more, much more than this
I did it my way

Regrets, I´ve had a few
But then again, too few to mention
I did, what I had to do
And saw it through with out exemption
I planned each chartered course
Each careful step along the highway
And more, much more than this
I did it my way

There were times, I´m sure you knew
When there was fuck fuck fuck-all else to do
But through it all, when there was doubt
I shot it up or kicked it out
I faced the wall and the world
And did it my way

I've laughed and been a snake
I´ve had my fill, my share of losing
And now, the tears subside
I find it all so amusing
To think, I killed a cat
And may I say, not in a gay way
Oh no, oh no not me
I did it my way

For what is a brat, what has he got
When he wears hats and he cannot
Say the things he truly feels
But only the words, of one who kneels
The record shows, I fucked a bloke
And did it my way
'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
corrected version is attached as a word document
Ms Kat 12 years ago
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
Ms Kat 12 years ago
noxious bulb [deleted] 12 years ago
hah. Beautiful. And I know where you posted that one, too... he he he he (*snickers*)
Jilly in Philly 12 years ago
welcome to south philly
silly old bear 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
I just did 90% of my Christmas shopping online. That involves looking at the figures for way longer than I'd want.

'SeraphimC PRO 12 years ago
maddog. 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
Korova Fartbar 12 years ago
Alix's coat has a light all its own... 
Ice Nine 12 years ago
red wine risotto with fried radicchio
maddog. 12 years ago
Ipswich Scorpions v London Welsh, December 2006
maddog. 12 years ago
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