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Hell Hath Frozen Over.
September 4th 2003, 00:39 CEST by Charles

LucasArts has given UT2003 Troopers a green light.

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The agreement made with LucasArts (after a long period of VERY friendly negotiations) also allows the Troopers Development Team to implement Star Wars assets and content directly from the movies and games. This means that, with the exception of the Star Wars music (which LucasArts doesn't own the rights to, and so therefore could not give us the rights to use), we can use anything we want.
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#101 by Phayyde
2003-09-08 16:45:51
Bah.  Most career entomologists dismiss the brown recluse myths.

While brown recluses can bite, there is NO direct evidence linking brown recluse bites with the necrotic tissue deal.  Nobody has *ever* brought in the spider that bit them.  It has always been a guess, nothing more.  There are several different causes of necrotic tissue, none of them related to spiders at all.

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#102 by Russ
2003-09-08 16:46:24
zimbardo_ugly
Given how fucking weird your current one is, even a vampire zombie spider would be a huge step in the non-scary direction.

Hey, now. Marty Feldman was a beautiful god among men.

Darkseid
That's the first time I've heard that the recluses were aggressive. I mean their very name is a clue that they wouldn't be. I think most spiders will only bite if you actually touch them. That's why I shake out my shoes before putting them on every day here in South Carolina. Plus the added possible bonus of being able to find a cockroach in there that I can smash into a brown pulpy mess.

Blücher!
#103 by Warren Marshall
2003-09-08 16:57:17
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
#101 Phayyde
Bah.  Most career entomologists dismiss the brown recluse myths.

While brown recluses can bite, there is NO direct evidence linking brown recluse bites with the necrotic tissue deal.  Nobody has *ever* brought in the spider that bit them.  It has always been a guess, nothing more.  There are several different causes of necrotic tissue, none of them related to spiders at all.

Really?

Just enter "brown recluse bite" into Google and wade through the 17,000 hits.

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Open your mind, let the beatings begin.
#104 by AmbushBug
2003-09-08 17:21:08
ambushbug@portalofevil.com
#70 by Matt Perkins
As for me, I have a huge fear of sharks.


The woman who was eaten by the shark while swimming near a pier in CA recently was neighbors with my mom.

Sharks would scare me more if there was any way in hell I'd step foot in the ocean.
#105 by Your Friend
2003-09-08 17:26:17
What about if it was a bear holding a shark?

"Fuck you, I won't do what you tell me."
#106 by CheesyPoof
2003-09-08 17:47:58
Everything that I've seen about shark attacks leads me to believe that they don't like to eat people and only attack when they mistake people for prey.   In my layman's opinion I figure is sharks liked the taste of people 1) there would be a lot more attacks and 2) there would not be many shark attack survivors.
#107 by Trolly McTroll
2003-09-08 17:54:05
I got bitten by a Balderama spider and now I'm gay.  In fact, due to the high levels of gayness in the Balderama Spider, I'm super gay with super gay powers.  My gayness value meal has been super-sized thanks to the Balderama spider bite.

Now I'm faster than a speeding interior decorator, the ability to boof from three miles away.  I have hightened senses of fashion, and can get off thinking about frozen peas.

Well, I could do the frozen pea thing before the spider bite, but you've got to admit, that's pretty gay in itself.

I need a costume now.

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#108 by Charles
2003-09-08 18:08:22
www.bluh.org
Yeah, I'm a bit of an arachnophobe as well.  More than a bit, really.  When I was packing my last apartment before I moved, I picked up a pad of paper and underneath was this furry spider the size of a dime.  Freaked me out so goddamn bad I had enough adrenaline in my system to run around the earth twice.

How many it had cost in the amassing, what blood and sorrow, what good ships scuttled on the deep, what brave men walking the plank blindfold, what shot of cannon, what shame and lies and cruelty, perhaps no man alive could tell.
#109 by Phayyde
2003-09-08 18:20:52
Warren:
Who are you going to believe?  The Intarwab or an Arachnologist?
http://spiders.ucr.edu/myth.html

The hard evidence linking browns and fleshrot is weak.  99% of all brown recluse media is hyperbolic.

Beat to fit, paint to match.
#110 by Warren Marshall
2003-09-08 18:34:04
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
The 17,000 google links disagree with you.

If it's not the brown recluse doing it, there's SOME spider causing this...

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Open your mind, let the beatings begin.
#111 by Marsh Davies
2003-09-08 18:38:16
www.verbalchilli.com
I'm a lot less scared of spiders since living in Kenya. The long-drop toilet we had was swarming, in a very literal sense, with the buggers. It's somewhat distracting to the bowel movements to watch a fat spider, laden with eggs, crawl out from the hole beneath your swaying testicles. Thankfully I had the runs, so it kind of compensated out. I also had a dead spider of gigantic proportions (I don't know whether it was a tarantula or not, but the fact that I'm uncertain says something about its size) land slap bang in the centre of my naked chest as I unfurled my mosquito net one night. Eeeeeegh....

#112 by Marsh Davies
2003-09-08 18:39:07
www.verbalchilli.com
To clarify: "swarming" is the part to be taken literally, not the use of the word "buggers".

#113 by Shadarr
2003-09-08 18:44:54
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I'm not afraid of spiders in the phobia sense, because I have no problem catching them or just ignoring them when they're on the ground.  However, the idea of them touching me seriously creeps me out, and pretty much the only true nightmares I've had since I was a kid have involved spiders or snakes.
#114 by Hugin
2003-09-08 18:44:59
lmccain@nber.org
Yet another reason to never ever ever ever go to Kenya. *shudder*
#115 by jjohnsen
2003-09-08 18:48:39
http://www.johnsenclan.com
Anniversary of 9/11 doesn't help any. It's like this dread of 'what's next' every time it comes around. We certainly aren't helping to calm the region, that's for sure.


All of you worried about 9/11 can just remember its my birthday.  Feel free to send me some gifts if it helps you take your mind off of it.
#116 by Charles
2003-09-08 18:50:56
www.bluh.org
How dare you detract from the somberness of 9/11 by celebrating something so fickle as a "birth day".  You should be ashamed of yourself.

How many it had cost in the amassing, what blood and sorrow, what good ships scuttled on the deep, what brave men walking the plank blindfold, what shot of cannon, what shame and lies and cruelty, perhaps no man alive could tell.
#117 by Phayyde
2003-09-08 18:55:10
Well, I'll back off the myth term because I have no proof.  It's fair to say that direct evidence remains weak.

In other news, Win CE development is needlessly silly.  Why does MS break their own compatibility every year?  Why do I need a new IDE just because they want to add a layer between my code and the machine?   Can't MS pick a solid design and stick with it?  I see a whole lotta artificial complexity, and no benefit to my app.  Like, none at ALL.  

In the end, I can't bitch too much.  I got a product to ship.  I'm just happy to have the work.  But still.  

Warren, how have you enjoyed your experiences with WinCE dev?

Beat to fit, paint to match.
#118 by Warren Marshall
2003-09-08 19:00:58
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Warren, how have you enjoyed your experiences with WinCE dev?

It was OK when I did Bubble Bomb.  Once I downloaded the custom compiler that I needed from MS and got GapiDraw hooked up, it went pretty smoothly.

I don't remember running into any major stumbling blocks related to the device itself...

Respawn Games
Open your mind, let the beatings begin.
#119 by jjohnsen
2003-09-08 19:03:02
http://www.johnsenclan.com
How dare you detract from the somberness of 9/11 by celebrating something so fickle as a "birth day".  You should be ashamed of yourself.


I had the day first, besides if I don't get that Graphire tablet I'm wanting, haven't the terrorists won?
#120 by Bailey
2003-09-08 19:03:22
I'm oddly lacking in phobias, although I find things disturbing at times. Spiders anger me for some reason, to the extent that I'll roast them to death with a barbeque lighter and place them outside my door as a warning to other spiders that I'm not to be fucked with. That probably has a lot more to do with my previous encounter with bird-eating spiders.

That being said, I occasionally have disturbing dreams about insects under my skin. Things like that photoshopped nipple wasp nest set off twinges of discomfort. Uh, just to clarify, I've never actually thought insects were under my skin as a result of, or during, the imbibing of alcohol or narcotics.

The knowledge that you exist is a burden on my soul.
#121 by jjohnsen
2003-09-08 19:06:33
http://www.johnsenclan.com
Things like that photoshopped nipple wasp nest


GIF?
#122 by Bailey
2003-09-08 19:11:42
Someone will link it, I'm sure.

The knowledge that you exist is a burden on my soul.
#123 by Ashiran
2003-09-08 19:15:06
If Joker sees that pic he won't be able to jack off for... well atleast 3 hours.

AND DON'T ADD A SMILEY AFTER EVERY GODDAMN THING YOU SAY!
#124 by Your Friend
2003-09-08 19:30:43
Jesus Christ, Marsh.  I've never had an issue with spiders before, but I might now just from reading that.

"Fuck you, I won't do what you tell me."
#125 by m0nty
2003-09-08 19:45:52
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Living, as I do, in the country with the most venomous snake in the world (taipan), plus many deadly and scary spider varieties, some of which I have caught around my own abodes, I would like to say you are all sissies.

Dropbears, now they're scary.
#126 by Ergo
2003-09-08 19:47:49
I don't even want to know what a dropbear is.

"I keep trying to read your posts, but all the letters keep morphing into "HULAHGUALGHUAALHAGH". Perhaps I can file this as a bug." --Bailey
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#127 by m0nty
2003-09-08 19:54:59
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
I'm breaking the law by doing this, but here.
#128 by Ergo
2003-09-08 19:57:03
Ah. Kind of like a snipe.

"I keep trying to read your posts, but all the letters keep morphing into "HULAHGUALGHUAALHAGH". Perhaps I can file this as a bug." --Bailey
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#129 by Bailey
2003-09-08 20:29:08
So desperate for urban legends...

The knowledge that you exist is a burden on my soul.
#130 by m0nty
2003-09-08 20:32:24
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
I may be BIAS, but I think Finding Nemo is funnier than Monsters Inc.
#131 by Ergo
2003-09-08 20:35:21
#130 m0nty
I may be BIAS, but I think Finding Nemo is funnier than Monsters Inc.

Yep, you're BIAS.

"I keep trying to read your posts, but all the letters keep morphing into "HULAHGUALGHUAALHAGH". Perhaps I can file this as a bug." --Bailey
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#132 by mrbloo
2003-09-08 20:38:41
mrbloo2000@hotmail.com
Jesus, Marsh, the idea of dangling my plums over a seething hole of spiders gives me the willies.  That's the sort of thing that makes me glad to live in a country with no dangerous snakes, spiders or insects.  

I don't have a phobia of spiders, but I don't particularly like them.  We had a tarantula as a pet a few years ago, and it didn't bother me.  We were given it by a guy who'd just got a new girlfriend.  She'd woken up in the night and saw giant spiderleg shadows crawling over the walls, thanks to the light he'd put in the tank to keep it warm.  She gave him an ultimatum, and he chose sex over the spider.  I thought the crickets were worse than the spider to be honest, although once my flatmate ran out of cash and caught flies for the spider.  "Flies for the Master!"

#133 by Shadarr
2003-09-08 20:48:49
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I used to love catching flies and grasshoppers to feed to our various fish and frogs.  By comparison, giving the tarantula a cricket was boring.  Plus, the spider didn't have anywhere near the appetite of the sunfish.
#134 by Trolly McTroll
2003-09-08 21:05:54
I have Baileyaphobia

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#135 by Charles
2003-09-08 21:06:00
www.bluh.org
Things like that photoshopped nipple wasp nest set off twinges of discomfort.


I don't know what it is with that pic, but it is one of the most disturbing things I've seen on the net*

*I don't go looking for disturbing things on the net.

How many it had cost in the amassing, what blood and sorrow, what good ships scuttled on the deep, what brave men walking the plank blindfold, what shot of cannon, what shame and lies and cruelty, perhaps no man alive could tell.
#136 by Greg
2003-09-08 21:10:46
Not very safe, for anyone! (It's the nipple honeycomb image)

http://www.stilemedia.com/?id=85b9c

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We are OK.
#137 by Your Friend
2003-09-08 21:22:27
I haven't seen the picture of which you speak.

Is it as disturbing as the tubgirl? or the motorcycle no-face man?

"Fuck you, I won't do what you tell me."
#138 by Charles
2003-09-08 21:53:11
www.bluh.org
It's not directly disturbing in a gross fashion.  It's a photoshop of a lotusflower overlaid on a breast.  It's disturbing on some kind of deeper level, but there is nothing directly gross about it.

How many it had cost in the amassing, what blood and sorrow, what good ships scuttled on the deep, what brave men walking the plank blindfold, what shot of cannon, what shame and lies and cruelty, perhaps no man alive could tell.
#139 by Charles
2003-09-08 21:55:03
www.bluh.org
Argh, google images informs me that I have the type of flower wrong.  I know the source material is a flower of some kind though.

How many it had cost in the amassing, what blood and sorrow, what good ships scuttled on the deep, what brave men walking the plank blindfold, what shot of cannon, what shame and lies and cruelty, perhaps no man alive could tell.
#140 by Ashiran
2003-09-08 22:03:11
I'm not clicking that link again!

AND DON'T ADD A SMILEY AFTER EVERY GODDAMN THING YOU SAY!
#141 by mrbloo
2003-09-08 22:16:46
mrbloo2000@hotmail.com
Brrrrrr.

#142 by jjohnsen
2003-09-08 23:22:44
http://www.johnsenclan.com
Now why the hell would someone go to the trouble of making a picture like that?
#143 by Squeaky
2003-09-08 23:40:36
#142 jjohnsen
Now why the hell would someone go to the trouble of making a picture like that?

Why would someone want to tear their asshole wide open and take a picture of it?

I'm a closet metrosexual.
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#144 by Foodbunny
2003-09-08 23:44:07
foodbunny@attbi.com http://www.foodbunny.com
Charles, you were thinking of the seed pod of the lotus flower, which is correct.

#145 by Charles
2003-09-08 23:44:44
www.bluh.org
Oh, cool.

How many it had cost in the amassing, what blood and sorrow, what good ships scuttled on the deep, what brave men walking the plank blindfold, what shot of cannon, what shame and lies and cruelty, perhaps no man alive could tell.
#146 by Trolly McTroll
2003-09-09 00:00:56
What do you call an infant who has been raised by homosexual parents?
 
- A gaby.

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#147 by Marsh Davies
2003-09-09 00:49:31
www.verbalchilli.com
That honeycomb/boob thing did gross me out. But then, one of my father's friends came back from foreign climbs and found hatchling spiders bursting from swellings in his flesh.

This may also be connected to my absolute terror of the Alien films.

#148 by Dethstryk
2003-09-09 00:58:57
jemartin@tcainternet.com
I think the honeycomb/nipple thing is a pretty badass picture, actually. I'd print it out for my wall, but it'd probably freak everyone else out.

Quick poll: Does anyone else, if they are kind of restless before you are going to sleep, have a beer or two to calm down and go to sleep easier? I've been finding myself doing that lately because it's really helped me keep myself straight.

sunny days have funny ways of quieting the roar
#149 by Phayyde
2003-09-09 01:06:10
Beer.  Keeps a body straight.

Beat to fit, paint to match.
#150 by Sgt Hulka
2003-09-09 01:16:46
Enter my bathroom after I've been in there for more than 15 mins to experience true terrorism.

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