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It sounds like people wandering around with no shirt or shoes is a thing in your area!
It kind of was. I'm in a semi rural area. Back in the day I think it was to keep the dirty hillbillies in check. (Im sure there is are health and saftey reasons for it) It kind of faded a bit. Then with the pandemic, people started being too casual/lazy and the signs started being put up again. I think the difference now is people feel entitled. They want to argue about it, and be a Karen when they dont get their way. Back the day even the most argumentative ones of our group just threw a shirt on before going into the store. Its just what you did. You were respectful. That's out the window nowadays, or it at least seems like it. :blah:
 

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What if I have my shirt tied around my head to keep off the sun and a pair of Crocs on my hands because I'm a weirdo? Is a letter or spirit of the law kind of deal?
 

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What if I have my shirt tied around my head to keep off the sun and a pair of Crocs on my hands because I'm a weirdo? Is a letter or spirit of the law kind of deal?
No you have to (makes air quotes with fingers) "wear them in a normal fashion". :tongue:
 

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Come up and see my asteroids . . .
 

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So related to this my dad came over with a box he found in the garage. It contained
1) my old D&D action figures (barbarian, wizard, dwarf -leg, and some evil snake paladin)
2) various star wars action figures,
3)Muppets Lunch Box
4) Star Wars Bubble gum trading cards
5) my old Space, Police & Castle Legos.
6) hot wheels in various states of decay.
7) Stamps from a brief flirtation with stamp collecting in the mid 70s.
8) X Men John Byrne large Pins.
9) various key chains, knives, junk

I'm having fun sorting the Legos to see which sets I can rebuild with the pieces I have.
 

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So related to this my dad came over with a box he found in the garage. It contained
1) my old D&D action figures (barbarian, wizard, dwarf -leg, and some evil snake paladin)
2) various star wars action figures,
3)Muppets Lunch Box
4) Star Wars Bubble gum trading cards
5) my old Space, Police & Castle Legos.
6) hot wheels in various states of decay.
7) Stamps from a brief flirtation with stamp collecting in the mid 70s.
8) X Men John Byrne large Pins.
9) various key chains, knives, junk

I'm having fun sorting the Legos to see which sets I can rebuild with the pieces I have.
I forgot it also had the Outdoor sports van, tv station camera and various action figures for Adventure People. Also AJ Foyt driver in the same scale as the Adventure People.
 

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Wait a minute...Sonic released on the Genesis in 1991...it didn't get a DOS port until 99! And it didn't look anywhere near that good in the port, even with the crappy scan quality.

Plus, that's a Genesis controller badly edited in under that kid's keyboard hands! But the game is playing on his PC monitor!

THIS COVER IS NOTHING BUT LIES!
 

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I've never actually seen Two Girls, One Cup. When I first heard about I was like Meh, Not into scat.

Never personally seen it or Goatse either. Got tricked into Tubgirl from a link on an RPGnet review, and that was enough to make me lose my lunch.
 

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Never personally seen it or Goatse either. Got tricked into Tubgirl from a link on an RPGnet review, and that was enough to make me lose my lunch.

I remember seeing Goatse back in the 1990s or so when it was the rickroll of its day. Pretty sure I've seen Tubgirl at some point as well, although I can't remember when.
 

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Never personally seen it or Goatse either. Got tricked into Tubgirl from a link on an RPGnet review, and that was enough to make me lose my lunch.
If I remember right, the Tubgirl link was in a FATAL review? It got me too, but the shock image was so absurd to me, even after Goatse, it took a moment for the image to set in, cushioning my sanity and giving me time to close it.
 

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I am lucky and have never viewed any of those gross Internet rickrolls but I am aware of them.
 

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If you're a media history buff, you know exactly how big a deal this rediscovered episode is:

 

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