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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by RobClock on Today at 06:17:12 PM »
the only trailer to drop this week that MATTERS
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Clock Crew News / Re: Clock Day 2017
« Last post by RecycleBinClock on Today at 06:08:37 PM »
Man I wanna make a flash for this, I have an idea but I don't think I have time.
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Entertainment / Re: BARNEY MY PEBBLES
« Last post by RobClock on Today at 05:16:29 PM »
BARNEY, MY WINSTONS!
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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by RobClock on Today at 05:13:13 PM »
In re the camping: I meant in a legal sense. Are you allowed to go into the woods or on the beach or wherever and just pitch a tent anywhere? That's illegal here.

My town is the same, in the way that there's not much going on economically. Quite a few empty storefronts. I see a lot of people in their late forties, early fifties who are overweight and have shitty tribal tattoos on their legs. Also a lot of people smoking behind prams and strollers.

Have you travelled around Atlantic Canada? Have you ever been to René-Levasseur Island? Or to Saint Pierre and Miquelon? I doubt there's very much to do there, but they seem like cool places to go just for the sake of having been there. Is it easy to get from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland? Are there planes or ferries, or any trains maybe via Quebec? Or is everything mostly done by car? There are a lot of roads that just seem to end in the middle of nowhere. Tiny towns with airstrips. You ever cross the border into New England? That area stirs up similar feelings in me.

I mean in terms of scale, Nova Scotia is larger than the Netherlands, so in a way going to New Brunswick for you is what it's like for me going to France or something. Although maybe it's less of a change culturally? How about going into Quebec? Or all the way to British Columbia?

This posts makes it look as if I'm writing an article for a school newspaper. Any news on the apartment?

as far as the woods are concerned, as long as it's not private property i think you'd be in the clear. The beach, yeah definitely but a lot of our beaches are just shitty rocky shorelines and a couple of the good ones are actual campgrounds where you have to pay to rent a spot.

Personally, I haven't done a ton of traveling. There's ferries in Cape Breton that run to Newfoundland and PEI, but you're better off driving to PEI for the sake of time and price of the ticket. I've been to New Brunswick once and I definitely didn't feel out-of-my-element but I was in Moncton, which is a city more the size of Halifax than Sydney, so i wasn't in some small-town to know what their local culture is like. It's more bi-lingual in New Brunswick, though, there isn't a ton of French in Nova Scotia. PEI is a lot like Cape Breton, I have a friend whose family owns a cottage which I've visited. I really would like to vacation in Newfoundland, but that ain't in the cards right now.

Tomorrow's move-in day for the apartment. I'm working 6:00-2:00 in North Sydney, and when I get off I'm going to drop by the bank and withdraw first month's rent, then I'll be picking up the keys. I'm off Tuesday and Wednesday which is nice because it gives me time to haul all my shit over.
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Entertainment / Re: BARNEY MY PEBBLES
« Last post by VCRClock on Today at 04:54:28 PM »
hey BAAAHNEY

MY PEBBELTSZ
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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by BilliardBall10 on Today at 04:31:12 PM »
hey, sorry for posting this so soon, but im posting my links for cheap-katana yoyo's in here for phantomcat.

@phantomcat:

ps where the hell did you find a Katana for $45, I will buy the fuck out of that thing. Mine was $80 and that was a deal

well, i found this texan guy selling it for 57$ (or 47 euros) :
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Magic-YoYo-and-SpinGear-Katana-M06-Bi-Metal-Yo-Yo/192250098626?

also, this site sells top-tier yoyos at cheap prices, for example: they sell the M06 katana for 69$:
https://yoyobestbuy.com/yoyo-store/magic-yoyo-yoyo/magicyoyo-katana/
(and while it seems to be currently out of stock, all of the yoyos sold in this site  are cheaper than anything sold in other sites...)

also, dear bread, they sell this for 80$ in this page: (WTF!)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Magic-YoYo-and-SpinGear-Katana-M06-Bi-Metal-Yo-Yo/371981608765?

in conclusion:

tl;tr
click on my first link (the texan who sells it for 57$), and also follow the site of yoyobestbuy.com for more yoyo deals...

PS: i hope that my links were helpful, phantomcat. let me know if i helped you a bit, if at all.

PS2: they sell the magicyoyo K1 model at 9$, is that a good yoyo, or should i avoid it at all costs?

also: @slurpee:
what is this waffle crisp/waffle cereal?

i dont know of this thing at all, same case with poptarts.
they dont sell those mystical things on my land...

(i DO remember some square-shaped, crispy cereals being sold at the stores when i was young, they were called ''golden grahams'' and they were very delicious. i liked eating them, but sadly they dont exist in the shops anymore...(and i couldnt find them anywhere))
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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by GreyClock on Today at 04:23:17 PM »
I'm standing on the "road" taking the picture, the two tire paths down in the grass are for ATVs, the jimmy is stopped just to the right of the end of the road where it slopes down towards the beach.

It's essentially a sand bar so it's not a camp ground per say but there's a couple of spaces into the woods that that are optimal for setting up on the ridge. I took my girlfriend last year, it's a great place to pitch a tent.

Sydney is a nice city, but you're right that downtown is rough. There's not much happening around here economically, and since there's no colleges or anything like that down by the waterfront there's not a whole lot going on in there beyond going to the bank, hitting up the bars, or showing up to court. Nice to take a walk on the boardwalk though, and there's a little ice cream shop next to the docks.
In re the camping: I meant in a legal sense. Are you allowed to go into the woods or on the beach or wherever and just pitch a tent anywhere? That's illegal here.

My town is the same, in the way that there's not much going on economically. Quite a few empty storefronts. I see a lot of people in their late forties, early fifties who are overweight and have shitty tribal tattoos on their legs. Also a lot of people smoking behind prams and strollers.

Have you travelled around Atlantic Canada? Have you ever been to René-Levasseur Island? Or to Saint Pierre and Miquelon? I doubt there's very much to do there, but they seem like cool places to go just for the sake of having been there. Is it easy to get from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland? Are there planes or ferries, or any trains maybe via Quebec? Or is everything mostly done by car? There are a lot of roads that just seem to end in the middle of nowhere. Tiny towns with airstrips. You ever cross the border into New England? That area stirs up similar feelings in me.

I mean in terms of scale, Nova Scotia is larger than the Netherlands, so in a way going to New Brunswick for you is what it's like for me going to France or something. Although maybe it's less of a change culturally? How about going into Quebec? Or all the way to British Columbia?

This posts makes it look as if I'm writing an article for a school newspaper. Any news on the apartment?

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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by BilliardBall10 on Today at 04:21:14 PM »
im not a stalker, you broken clavicle.
Why do you keep referencing clavicles? Is it a sexual thing?
no, i just like using the word ''clavicle(s)''.

ps: for those that dont know, its the collar-bone.

bones in general are very sensual
hence the word boner!

badum tish

thank you, thank you.


also:
man, too bad nothing immature in reference to homosexuality rhymes with THOR or the first syllable of RAGNAROK so I'm just out of luck
i can help.

THOR=WHOR(E)
RAGNAROK=GRAB-A-COCK.

you're welcome.

slurpee, bud, i really need you right now
im in there for you. i mean, we're friends, right?
...
right?
..oh crap.
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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by RobClock on Today at 02:18:16 PM »
Ready Player One

I CLAPPED I CLAPPED WHEN I SAW IT
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Arkham Asylum / Re: The Longest Twink Peaks Discussion Thread
« Last post by RobClock on Today at 02:17:36 PM »
What's the road? Those tire tracks up top? It looks really beautiful. Can you just pitch a tent anywhere (wink) and sleep away or?

I pulled a BB10 and looked around Sydney on streetview and found:
This fucking guy. Feeding leads to bored male ducks and bored male ducks lead to gang rape! You need to start like a flyer campaign in your town or something. Raise awareness!

It looks like a nice town, very green. Lots of space even between the small houses. Downtown doesn't look too hot though (Charlotte St?), but ah well... At least there seem to plenty of places to sit at the water. I was happy my new town at least had a river, but you can't get to it anywhere. It's all cordoned off save for a small paved area with a single park bench. Great city planning. Keep people away from the nice and relaxing sight of a river and trap them in an ugly post-WOII city center.

I'm standing on the "road" taking the picture, the two tire paths down in the grass are for ATVs, the jimmy is stopped just to the right of the end of the road where it slopes down towards the beach.

It's essentially a sand bar so it's not a camp ground per say but there's a couple of spaces into the woods that that are optimal for setting up on the ridge. I took my girlfriend last year, it's a great place to pitch a tent.

Sydney is a nice city, but you're right that downtown is rough. There's not much happening around here economically, and since there's no colleges or anything like that down by the waterfront there's not a whole lot going on in there beyond going to the bank, hitting up the bars, or showing up to court. Nice to take a walk on the boardwalk though, and there's a little ice cream shop next to the docks.
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