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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Pete » Thu Jun 21, 2007 11:15 am

twix wrote:
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twix wrote:Wish i was a yank. I'd move to Orlando or NYC and get a job in Wallmart in the day and then a pizza dude at night :D , but we all can dream. :lol:


Why not get a job in Asda and deliver Pizzas in Bolton??? :D :D ;)



cos that just sound daft :D :lol:

and TEXmex pizza are crap :lol:


But it's the same thing. Asda is the UK's Walmart. They're part of the same family...

Dunno about TEXMex Pizza, though. Only Italian I've ever had in Bolton is at Max Max in Horwich...
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby twix » Thu Jun 21, 2007 11:32 am

yeah i know about the Wall/Asda but the shops on Orlando smell,look,feel,taste better thats all :D

or i can wait till they open an NHS Hospital there :lol:
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Adam Black » Sat Jun 23, 2007 2:18 am

Pretty much anything which can be prefaced by the word "TexMex" can be successfully considered crap.

Just so ya know. ;)
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Downy » Sat Jun 23, 2007 10:43 am

Hey Adam, Welcome to the board.
There are great people here.
Enjoy!

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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Adam Black » Sat Jun 23, 2007 10:08 pm

twix wrote:Wish i was a yank. I'd move to Orlando or NYC and get a job in Wallmart in the day and then a pizza dude at night :D , but we all can dream. :lol:


Dude. Seriously? If you're gonna work a shit job in NYC, might as well go for bicycle messenger, and live on the edge and all that. ;)
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby twix » Fri Jun 29, 2007 7:37 am

Adam Black wrote:
twix wrote:Wish i was a yank. I'd move to Orlando or NYC and get a job in Wallmart in the day and then a pizza dude at night :D , but we all can dream. :lol:


Dude. Seriously? If you're gonna work a shit job in NYC, might as well go for bicycle messenger, and live on the edge and all that. ;)


yeah with a ring-ring bell :lol: :lol:
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Adam Black » Wed Jul 11, 2007 12:28 am

twix wrote:[yeah with a ring-ring bell :lol: :lol:


Hell yeah. :lol:
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Scottish_Connection » Sat Sep 01, 2007 6:51 pm

I promised myself that I would be good and not get drawn into buying the 4K comic as I get addicted to comics and end up spending far too much money on them, but today I wandered into Forbidden Planet in Edinburgh and as I walk past the comics to look at the books in their sale I spotted to Starchild staring at me from the rack, and that was it, I had to have it! So I now have issues 2 and 3 and have just bought 1 over at ebay.
3 comics sounds OK doesn't it? unfortunately once I'd allowed my eyes to land on the comics I spotted the comics of Stephen King's The Dark Tower, and that was another 6 comics straight off and 2 more I'm now bidding on in ebay to complete the set. So far I've resisted going looking for any X-men titles, although that reminds me... I must be missing some Astonishing X-Men titles.... so much for my ebay ban to save myself money in preparation for all the gigs I want to go to in October and November :?
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Dan bach » Sat Sep 01, 2007 7:29 pm

Ebay ban - what's that Scottish Connection?

It helps if you sell unwanted, unlistened too cds .....

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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Dan bach » Sat Sep 01, 2007 7:31 pm

Sorry Adam Black, if I hijacked your thread.

How do you like it on here?

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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Scottish_Connection » Sat Sep 01, 2007 8:14 pm

In addition to my earlier post, I've now been and read Adam's webcomic. Throughly enjoyed it so far, but Adam, what's wrong with page 12 of Almost Human????
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Adam Black » Mon Sep 03, 2007 1:07 am

Scottish_Connection wrote:In addition to my earlier post, I've now been and read Adam's webcomic. Throughly enjoyed it so far, but Adam, what's wrong with page 12 of Almost Human????


Glad you like it! I don't see anything wrong with that page (other than the crappy art!). Something not right on your end?

Dan Back wrote:Sorry Adam Black, if I hijacked your thread.

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Hijack away, man! I do it all the time. :lol:

I like this forum a lot...when I actually get time to head over here and hang out on it. Busy as hell. Sheesh!
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Scottish_Connection » Mon Sep 03, 2007 6:21 am

Tis OK now. Kept getting the message "This comic has no pages" on Saturday. Looking forward to the Celestial story, that front cover is awesome!
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby twix » Mon Sep 03, 2007 9:55 am

Scottish_Connection wrote:Tis OK now. Kept getting the message "This comic has no pages" on Saturday. Looking forward to the Celestial story, that front cover is awesome!



so its a good read ?
not a big fan myself, but i'll give it a go
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Re: Introducing myself

Postby Scottish_Connection » Mon Sep 03, 2007 12:37 pm

Yeah, it's fleshing out the background of the Kiss characters from the new paper comic (which I'll read once I get part 1) and so far it has concentrated on The Starchild and Chikara. Starting this month it is Celestial. The writing is pretty good, and the art work is absolutely stunning in places, especially the "front covers".
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