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Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: January 17, 2017, 03:39:48 AM »

my destroyer is also a star... or maybe more of an X. but what is certain is that it is a weapon from 1984.  it could be a jax-tar... or could be a hoax.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: January 17, 2017, 03:01:59 AM »
This was an actual game?  ???

yes, was a classic flash game. plus i think it works on PSP browser if you launch the file from MSduo. many flash games like this will play fine on PSP browser.

example (type into address bar):

Be careful of the oil tanker Doc. Wouldn't want to blow up the city!

it looked like mel's hole

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: January 17, 2017, 02:47:35 AM »
Aw! If you still want to objectify creatures you could always burn ants with a magnifying glass.  ;)


Destroyer > Explorer

; D

Random Topics / Re: Old Cartoons...
« on: January 08, 2017, 02:21:55 AM »
Some of the most beautiful cartoons were the Fleischer Studios Superman Cartoons.

You beat me to it. These shorts from the 1940s were phenomenal, and that particular episode is my favorite of the bunch. Very well done animation. These are public domain and have been issued on DVD several different times. In the mid 2000s I found an older single disc version of this collection in a clearance bin for $1 when a media store was closing down, and by a landslide enjoy it much more than most of any other Superman stuff.

It has some of the nicest animation that I have ever seen. The American 1940s produced a ton of unprecedented cartoons that set the bar really high. WB, Disney, Hanna-Barbera/MGM kicked out their best work around this time and cannot be matched these days. Even the lower fidelity Terrytoons stuff was A+.

Pixar makes me dizzy, nauseous and 100% disinterested. I would rather watch puppets like Team America, it's more pleasant on the eyes and it takes serious patience and skill to accomplish. The animation these days is god awful. The writing is just as bad as the animation styles they all use now. It's fucking disgusting actually.

Random Topics / Re: The State of MV
« on: January 07, 2017, 06:53:49 PM »
The State of MV.

MV is not actually a state, but a commonwealth.

Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on your mind. Post them.
« on: January 04, 2017, 05:40:34 AM »
"Wow!" - GN

The only record stores that are still in business these days are the ones who never stopped selling vinyl.

How To Use BellGab / Re: Cant change my name back to what it was.....
« on: January 01, 2017, 02:41:47 AM »
I'd hit that.  Always liked a woman in uniform. ;D

Random Topics / Re: Do Anderson Cooper And Don Lemon Bone Eachother?
« on: January 01, 2017, 02:05:39 AM »
Did you know J Lo's ass is insured for 27 million dollars? -

No, I didn't.... and don't care what celebrities do. I don't even like her much. I think she was in U-Turn and that's all I know about her.

Random Topics / Re: Do Anderson Cooper And Don Lemon Bone Eachother?
« on: January 01, 2017, 02:00:52 AM »
Shepherd Smith is the best when he says stuff by accident, like blowjob, etc.... It's happened several times, it's like he does it on purpose. The blowjob one was about a J Lo block party. I can't remember the other slip ups, but I know he does it on purpose. He is so funny.  He is a serious fruit but I enjoy his commentary during live police pursuits. Anderson Cooper on the other hand is a total piece of shit and is of absolutely no value to the human race at all.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Art Bell
« on: January 01, 2017, 01:43:13 AM »
I think I lost a YouTube channel once for uploading a trailer for that movie. Probably flagged/reported by a bunch of self-righteous white suburban douchebags who lean so far to the left that they piss at 90 degrees. I can't be sure though. This was back when RCH was seeing orbz at O-hole's inauguration. Not sure if that is related or not. Probably not. But maybe. Or maybe not. Possible. But not likely.

Random Topics / Re: Why does nobody like my threads?
« on: January 01, 2017, 01:28:24 AM »
But the problem is that if you listened to my words and understood them you might oneday be able to rise above your brutish dullardness.


But... but...

But... but... but...

We don't need a diktator..... or a Jim Jones..... or somebody preaching to the choir.

Nobody here sucks the cock of the New World Disorder, or appreciates the decay of individualism.

Celebrate science, history, and pop culture. Think of bellgab as a game of Trivial Pursuit in funhouse mode.

If you don't have enough tickets to ride the ride, don't expect somebody else to pay for you.

Unless you expect the system to help you, take it upon yourself to get out of the gutter.

Otherwise happy couch surfing and enjoy a life in shelters.

Nobody can help you except yourself.

At this point, Hoagland's has moved into mental illness.

roger that.


I watched this movie this week. It's the only movie I have watched in many months.

I've seen it several times in the past. Really good movie and one of my favorites, but many of the support actors sucked serious ass. Mostly the railroad industry characters or police (bridge scene) where a cop gets out of his car and runs to his mark to deliver his silly line, then skips off like an idiot. Awful acting. Even the guy Roger in the beginning prison scenes had terrible acting execution, especially when the gaurds were kicking his door down, it looked exceptionally campy.

It's like there was an actors strike when the movie was being shot. A lot of people are really high strung and need to bring it down a notch. The old man drinking coffee from the thermos in the pickup truck (switching the tracks) sucked shit too. The whole relay back and forth over the radio in that scene was so obviously phony and fake and the tone of people's voices made it worse. The button on the mic was not even in sinc with the back and forth chatter.

All that criticism, but I still rate the movie highly. The core characters make up for all of the silly acting. My favorite scene is the getting a job, cleaning the table monologue. Really well done.

They should make a videogame of this movie.

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: December 29, 2016, 04:34:28 AM »
RIP Carrie Fisher. She was great in many movies, especially in the classic "The 'burbs." A great, funny movie featuring some great actors that, for some reason, was over-looked by both the Academy then and over-looked now the press when reporting on her death. She was great in her supporting role.

Excellent movie and supporting cast (except Feldman).

Random Topics / Re: A Great Kitchen Trash Can
« on: December 27, 2016, 02:28:19 AM »
Looks like a Thermos®

Random Topics / Re: Winter Holiday Thread
« on: December 26, 2016, 02:21:02 AM »
People tend to forget that I have the Genesis Device ...  8)

Random Topics / Re: Celebrity Deaths
« on: December 26, 2016, 12:05:12 AM »
RIP George.

He was excellent with Queen in the Summer of 1992.

Depression casualty.

Random Topics / Re: True Confessions Of BellGab
« on: December 25, 2016, 06:18:38 AM »
After Lars Ulrich gave his legendary press conference, I deliberately downloaded all of Metallica's albums over and over and over for like a month.


I watched a M**allica video with Dave Lombardo playing drums. It was strange to see/hear a real drummer playing The Four Horsemen.

Random Topics / Re: Winter Holiday Thread
« on: December 25, 2016, 03:41:13 AM »
Quote from: GravitySucks

tell that to takagi...

William Cooper thought everybody was co-intel. He even threw a high decibel screaming tantrum on a caller on his show one time.

He hated networks, ads, sponsors, and anyone who was either a host or a guest on commercial radio. I think he hated everybody equally. He talked down to Jones and Maxwell, and don't remember him ever having anything good to say about Art Bell or his show. Even Jones praises Art as a pioneer even though he's not into the paranormal stuff, he respectfully acknowledges it's significance. Cooper was just mean.

I am not sure what happened to Cooper with the raid that day, but he was senile as fuck and had no temper. That couldn't have made things any better on the day of his shootout.

He claimed to have known a lot about everything and everyone. I can appreciate A Pale Horse, but I don't think he was a prophet, just angry and bitter at the establishment that he used to be a part of.

Maybe Bill was a Mason and was exiled from a lodge at some point. The guy was bitter. If you questioned him, he got pissed off like a monster.

I have more sympathy for somebody like Randy Weaver.

Who gives a fuck if Art is a Freemason.

Random Topics / Re: Video Gaming
« on: December 24, 2016, 03:21:38 AM »
Can't you emulate these on your PSP?

I can do GBA and just checked my files and do have Mario Kart Super Circuit in there but don't remember ever playing it.

I don't have a DS emulator that will work, I can only play d/l'ed games and homebrews that are signed, but only on a PSP with 6.3X or less. I had a black 3000 that I intended to mod but the screen went black about 18 months ago. It came with a knockoff battery so I blame that. But I now have a black 1000 and a blue 2000 with firmware I don't care about and willing to mess with but prefer somebody else does it because I don't want to brick a PSP.

Random Topics / Re: Video Gaming
« on: December 23, 2016, 01:41:20 AM »
Different physics though. Both have the same kind of pinball bumper mechanics but in Wipeout you almost come to a complete stop when you bump into something. I find that frustrating.

Plus I think if you bump into things too much, you power down and explode and then you are totally out of the race.

It would be interesting to see what a modern F-Zero would be like, but it seems Nintendo would rather keep milking Mario for all it's worth.

I would like to play a modern Super Mario Kart. I had clones for PS1, one was Chocobo's Racing and another had the characters and violence of Looney Tunes. Both were pretty good but I always missed actual Mario Kart. I mostly played the Super Nintendo one.

Sometimes I want to get a GBA or a DS just to play any Mario Kart games that were available.

Random Topics / Re: Video Gaming
« on: December 22, 2016, 04:56:28 AM »
My vote goes to Wipeout Pure which was an all around great game and one of the best on the system even if it was a launch title. Haven't touched my PSP in years now, but I have been meaning to see if I can digitise my games collection for it in case the console is dead.

That series was cool. I had one of them for PS2, I think it was Fusion... and I have either this or Pulse for PSP but it's hardly touched.

Did you ever play SSX? It was a snowboarding game (EA Big) with similar visuals as Wipeout. SSX3 for PS2 was great. There was one for PSP called SSX On Tour.

Random Topics / Re: Video Gaming
« on: December 22, 2016, 03:49:04 AM »
It was released on the PSP also, which you can usually find for about $40 used these days.  ;)

The units are dirt cheap now and so are the games, you can't go wrong. It's a good time to be collecting UMDs. Like the PS2, the PSP catalog was amazing and there were a ton of games of all types available. Some series had 5 to 7 games on PSP. I think I have 4 or 5 Need For Speed games and there are still a couple in the series that I don't have. I downloaded NFS Most Wanted in late 2000s and loved it so I actually paid for it later on, then started trying to accumulate other NFS games. I never actually played these on PS2, but they have been absolutely great on PSP.

PSP had 3 GTA games, not including any downloadable PS1 versions. I wasn't a huge fan of GTA3 or Liberty City Stories, I prefer GTA 2, San Andreas, or Vice City. I'll be honest, I played GTA4 at a friends house on his XBox a couple times when it was relatively new and it had no soul, just like GTA3. I completed neither of them.

I don't play any shooters but I buy games in groups and in lots from private sellers and have accumulated a stack of SOCOM games that I don't know what to do with. Some are the same game but different edition, or from a multipack with multipack branding. I don't know what to do with these frigging things, there is a small stack now. I'm starting to get doubles of several games. Gonna have a sale soon once I assess where I am at with this. I think I have 2 complete near mint/excellent condition Metal Gear PSP collections, except for the digital graphic novel, I don't have that yet, and I have no Solid Eye for Metal Gear Ac!d 2 and wish I knew where to locate one outside of Ebay. Metal Gear Ac!d 2 was excellent, I am sadden there wasn't a third game. I played that one through about 3-4 times and still trying to unlock the last 8% of the card deck 10 years later. I think there are a couple hundred hours of accumulative play time on my save file. One time I was on a train for 2.5 days and played this game non-stop. It has all the sounds and personality of MGS except you're playing cards on a 3 dimensional board which is aligned/blocked like a grid. The first game has more of a classic Metal Gear aesthetic, but the sequel has much improved gameplay. It is possibly my favorite game on the system, excluding anything Hot Shots or Ace Combat. I would love the Hot Shots Golf Coca Cola Edition with case and manual. I cannot find one anywhere.

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