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Me, from the Old Board:

"I'm inventing my own calendar. As of the time of this post, the new date is 35% Cycled of the Twelfth Time of the Wastrel, in the Segment of the Fallen in the 49th Portion of the Share of the Unshoveled Weasels."
35%... Good times...

Of course, who could have seen what happened on the next cycle coming?

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One Hundred Random Twentieth Century Fictional Characters
1)Alfred E. Neuman
2)Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli
3)Asterix the Gaul
4)Astro Boy
5)Atticus Finch
6)Augustus Mutt
7)Batman (Bruce Wayne)
8)Beavis
9)Big Bird
10)Blondie Bumstead
11)Buck Rogers
12)Bugs Bunny
13)Buster Brown
14)Butt-Head
15)Captain James T. Kirk
16)Captain Jeffrey Spaulding
17)Charlie Brown
18)Colonel Wilhelm Klink
19)The Cookie Monster
20)Daffy Duck
21)Dan Dare
22)Darth Vader (Anakin Skywalker)
23)Dick Dastardly
24)Dick Tracy
25)Doctor Who
26)Doctor Zachary Smith
27)Donald Duck
28)Don Winslow of the Navy
29)Ellen Ripley
30)Eric Cartman
31)Flash Gordon
32)Flipper
33)Frank Drebin
34)Freddy Krueger
35)Fred Flintstone
36)G-8
37)Gamera
38)Gilligan
39)Godzilla
40)Gomez Addams
41)Grampa from "The Munsters"
42)Granny from "The Beverly Hillbillies
43)HAL 9000
44)Hannibal Lecter
45)Harry Lime
46)Harry Potter
47)Henry Aldrich
48)Homer J. Simpson
49)Jack Armstrong
50)James Bond
51)Jason Voorhees
52)Jay Gatsby
53)The Jolly Green Giant
54)John Shaft
55)King Kong
56)Lara Croft
57)Lassie
58)Lieutenant Columbo
59)Link of Hyrule
60)The Little Prince
61)The Lone Ranger (John Reid)
62)Lucy Ricardo
63)Marge Gunderson
64)Mario of the Mario Brothers
65)Maxwell Smart
66)Michael Corleone
67)Michael Doonesbury
68Michael Myers
69)Mickey Mouse
70)Mister Quincy Magoo
71)Mothra
72)Nancy Drew
73)Norman Bates
74)Oscar the Grouch
75)Perry Mason
76)Philip Marlowe
77)Pikachu
78)Popeye the Sailor
79)Ralph Kramden
80)Randall Flagg
81)Rocky Balboa
82)Ronald McDonald
83)Sailor Moon(Tsukino Usagi)
84)Sam Spade
85)Scarlett O'Hara
86)Scooby-Doo
87)The Shadow (Lamont Cranston)
88)Speed Racer
89)Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
90)Steve McGarrett
91)Superman (Clark "Kal-El" Kent)
92)Tarzan (John Clayton)
93)Tintin
94)Travis Bickle
95)Willy Wonka
96)Winnie the Pooh
97)Winnie Winkle
98)Winston Smith
99)Wonder Woman (Diana Prince)
100)Zippy the Pinhead
They're in alphabetical order, how random could that have been? Photobucket
I don't know that I've previously heard of the Green Archer. He predates Green Arrow. (Toonopedia notes comic book characters to whom GA might owe a debt.
Travis Herrick said:
They're in alphabetical order, how random could that have been? Photobucket

I drew up the list at random, then alphabetized it.


Hail HYDRA, Andy! Ooooh.....
I'm not sure what's odder about this news story, the situation, or the name of the director of the International Bear Foundation.

"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx

Check out the Secret Headquarters (my store) website! It's a pretty lame website, but I did it myself, so tough noogies

Listen to WOXY.com, it's the future of rock-n-roll!


Dagwan said:
I'm not sure what's odder about this news story, the situation, or the name of the director of the International Bear Foundation.

"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx

Check out the Secret Headquarters (my store) website! It's a pretty lame website, but I did it myself, so tough noogies

Listen to WOXY.com, it's the future of rock-n-roll!



I thought he might have been named Ursa Major or something
Bet he's not a big fan of Davey Crockett.
I just found something else I'd rather do than be in the meetings I'm in this week:

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