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Old 08-25-04, 02:01 PM
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"Posting and You" - a public service announcement

I did a search and didn't find this, I hope it's not a repost (that would be ironic).

http://projectboil.pixel10.co.uk/posting/Posting.html

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That's strange, it plays for me.
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Good stuff, very well done.
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Old 08-25-04, 02:10 PM
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What's the matter with you people? I could see it. Groucho saw it. I'm not making this up! And OMFG Steam roXorz the big one111!

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I saw it, but I'd prefer to act like a didn't so that people could laugh at Bando more.
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Thanks, Bandonun!

I liked it!

It kinda reminded me of...



Ah yes, I remember it well...like it was just yesterday...

It was always fun on "Film Day" (usually on a Friday or whatnot), and they'd always pic me to close the blinds and some girl would turn off the lights.

There was something cool about being in the near dark in class, and then hearing the switch *click*, and the ol' 16mm projector would start up with that *chickity-clackity*sound of the plastic/acetate (or safety) film poppin' over the sprockets, combined with those slightly bent metal reels that made a rubbing noise with every turn they made...

WOAH BABY!!! I knew it was only moments until I was on my way into a world of scratched movies full of poping, hissing audiophonic educational fun!



THEEK!

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