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Caption this - 2/11/2005 7:13:12 PM   
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Hi, We used to do this in the SPWAW forum.
Post the best caption but it has to relate to WITP.
If you missed it in other threads I am Bullwinkle and Pasternaski is Boris.




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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 7:51:53 PM   
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Mogami and his smallish girlfriend discover the source of the leader bug and where leaders are disappearing to.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 7:56:59 PM   
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Pasternaski makes yet another attempt to get his Okha's to work.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:00:18 PM   
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Hey Mog, is that a rocket in your pocket? Or are you just happy to see Rocky?

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:02:12 PM   
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Or, how about:

Mogami's thirst convinces him to try Pasternaski's scheme to get into the Pilsner Urquiel warehouse.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:28:32 PM   
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Oh my gawd! There's a GIRL in the WitP forum!

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:30:48 PM   
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What Beta testers really do.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:45:56 PM   
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Pasternaski and Mogami try out the new rocket artillery rules for version 1.50.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:52:23 PM   
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Boris demonstrates a way to keep the Japanese at bay in China and Russia.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:54:43 PM   
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Desperate to save a fragment of Zero carrier pilots stranded on an atoll after the tragic sinking of Kaga, the Japanese R&D boys come up with a brilliant solution to shuttle them back to Rabaul...

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 8:55:17 PM   
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Pasternaski's arrangements for Mogami to attend the WITP meeting in Australia.

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 9:25:52 PM   
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Pasternaski enjoys Veterans day more then any other Holiday. He loves putting on his old uniform.




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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 9:28:23 PM   
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LOL!

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 9:52:14 PM   
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Hi, Illusration from "Mogami Pilot Training Method" manual showing new pilot being trained.




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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 9:59:51 PM   
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quote:

Hi, Illusration from "Mogami Pilot Training Method" manual showing new pilot being trained.


That one works pretty well for the original cartoon, too...

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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 10:40:36 PM   
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hmmm




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RE: Caption this - 2/11/2005 11:15:10 PM   
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Tragically, the impetuous duo failed to learn from their childhood experiences with bottle rockets. There was no way Mogami and the test rodent were going to clear the launch area blast wall with a horizontal launch angle.

Similarly, Pasternaksky and Natasha were later to deeply regret their decision to save a couple of bucks by purchasing the discouted, "fast buring" fuses.

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 2:10:03 AM   
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Let's hear it for Mog's sense of humor...




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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 2:13:18 AM   
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Maybe this will satisfy a population of people who have been waiting for you to "blow it out your a$$".....

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Let's hear it for Mog's sense of humor...





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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 3:58:33 AM   
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"a population of people..." Dood, yer just too profound fer me.

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:02:29 AM   
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"a population of people..." Dood, yer just too profound fer me.

"...a population of people...," Dubya, is that you?!?!?

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:33:21 AM   
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Hi, I love these guys.




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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:35:10 AM   
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Forgive me, I am so used to using population in the "statistical" usage, I forget the "purest" definition of population involves people.

Of course, the reference to your "personal charm" is hardly profound or original. You are the forums unique and prolific curmudgeon, which is the reference to Mog's humor.



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"a population of people..." Dood, yer just too profound fer me.


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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:38:47 AM   
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Tom Servo! Crow! How we've missed ye!

MST3K was the best television show of all time (hey, it's the vino talking).

Hey, waidamminnit: JOEL!!!

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:38:58 AM   
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Hi, Now Now boys, Pasternaski is one of my oldest forum friends. He can say whatever he wants. I thought the horns were funny.

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:43:58 AM   
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Tom Servo! Crow! How we've missed ye!

MST3K was the best television show of all time (hey, it's the vino talking).

Hey, waidamminnit: JOEL!!!


Hi, Without MST3K I would never have known the genius of Bert I. Gordon.

I think they did every movie he made.

Bert I. Gordon

Date of birth (location)
24 September 1922
Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA

Mini biography
A former producer of TV commercials

Director - filmography

Satan's Princess (1990)
... aka Malediction (UK: video title)

The Big Bet (1985)
Let's Do It! (1982)
Burned at the Stake (1981)
... aka The Coming

Empire of the Ants (1977)
... aka H.G. Wells' Empire of the Ants (USA: complete title)

The Food of the Gods (1976)
... aka H.G. Wells' Food of the Gods

The Mad Bomber (1973)
... aka Detective Geronimo
... aka The Police Connection

Necromancy (1972)
... aka A Life for a Life
... aka Rosemary's Disciples (USA: video title)
... aka The Toy Factory
... aka The Witching (USA: reissue title)

How to Succeed with Sex (1970)

Picture Mommy Dead (1966)
... aka Color Mommy Dead

Village of the Giants (1965)

The Magic Sword (1962) ... aka St. George and the Dragon
... aka St. George and the Seven Curses
... aka The Seven Curses of Lordac

Tormented (1960)

The Boy and the Pirates (1960)

Earth vs the Spider (1958)
... aka Earth vs. the Giant Spider
... aka The Spider (USA: promotional title)

War of the Colossal Beast (1958)
... aka Revenge of the Colossal Man
... aka The Terror Strikes

Attack of the Puppet People (1958)
... aka Six Inches Tall (UK)
... aka The Fantastic Puppet People

The Amazing Colossal Man (1957)

The Cyclops (1957)

Beginning of the End (1957)

King Dinosaur (1955)

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:51:52 AM   
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Hi, Without MST3K I would never have known the genius of Bert I. Gordon.

I was always too stoned to catch the names of the directors, but Joel, Tom Servo and Croooowwww! helped me pull through some very dark times indeed. Oh, and the Pilsner Urquell didn't hurt; much.

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 4:58:50 AM   
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Hi, The first time I saw the robots the lights went out and Tom said the wiring was by George Lucus (company that wired English Motorcycles) And Crow called him
"The Prince of Darkness" I was an instant fan.

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 5:11:31 AM   
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Mog, that was Lucas (the british company known for bad wiring). George Lucas was a filmmaker.

Why do the British drink warm beer? Because they have Lucas refridgerators.


As far as the bugles are concerned, aren't they straight out of Dante's writings?

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RE: Caption this - 2/12/2005 5:22:27 AM   
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Hi, Your right . It was Joe Lucas I was thinking of.

The Lucas motto: "Get home before dark."

Lucas denies having invented darkness. But they still claim "sudden, unexpected darkness."

Lucas--inventor of the first intermittent wiper.

Lucas--inventor of the self-dimming headlamp.

The three-position Lucas switch--DIM, FLICKER and OFF. The other three switch settings--SMOKE, SMOLDER and IGNITE.

The original anti-theft devices--Lucas Electric products.

"I've had a Lucas pacemaker for years and have never experienced any prob...

If Lucas made guns, wars would not start either.

Did you hear about the Lucas powered torpedo? It sank.

It's not true that Lucas, in 1947, tried to get Parliament to repeal Ohm's Law. They withdrew their efforts when they met too much resistance.

Did you hear the one about the guy that peeked into a Land Rover and asked the owner "How can you tell one switch from another at night, since they all look the same?" "He replied, it doesn't matter which one you use, nothing happens!"

Back in the '70s Lucas decided to diversify its product line and began manufacturing vacuum cleaners. It was the only product they offered which didn't suck.

Quality Assurance phoned and advised the Engineering guy that they had trouble with his design shorting out. So he made the wires longer.

Why do the English drink warm beer? Lucas makes the refrigerators.

Alexander Graham Bell invented the Telephone.
Thomas Edison invented the Light Bulb.
Joseph Lucas invented the Short Circuit.

Recommended procedure before taking on a repair of Lucas equipment: check the position of the stars, kill a chicken and walk three times sunwise around your car chanting: "Oh mighty Prince of Darkness protect your unworthy servant."

Lucas systems actually uses AC current; it just has a random frequency.

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