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    I haven't seen much South Park of late and am shamefully behind with it, but that is my favourite episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Moham View Post
    Or just watch Major Boobage from South Park season 12.
    Or just NOT watch South Park ever and watch Heavy Metal 20 times, I promise a much better experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoVamp View Post
    Or just NOT watch South Park ever and watch Heavy Metal 20 times, I promise a much better experience.
    Was anyone else bitterly disappointed with the distinct lack of boobs in Heavy Metal 2000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMatthews View Post
    Was anyone else bitterly disappointed with the distinct lack of boobs in Heavy Metal 2000?
    Indeed I was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMatthews View Post
    Was anyone else bitterly disappointed with the distinct lack of boobs in Heavy Metal 2000?
    I was disappointed in it as a movie, but not particularly because of the lack of boobs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMatthews View Post
    Was anyone else bitterly disappointed with the distinct lack of boobs in Heavy Metal 2000?
    That and a forgettable storyline. I've only watched it once and never again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMatthews View Post
    Was anyone else bitterly disappointed with the distinct lack of boobs in Heavy Metal 2000?
    No boobs, sassy women, shitty nu-metal.

    Terrible movie, could have been saved with some tits and classic metal/rock.

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    Yeah, of course we've been to the moon. All the little urine flasks and other bits of garbage left behind are testimony to our presence. x_x

    That said, I wonder if anyone in 2100 will even know what a Sega Genesis is. (I'd sure hope so - better yet, I hope even more that my VA2.3 manages to stagger on till then, so it can receive its 20th recap.) :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eep386 View Post
    Yeah, of course we've been to the moon. All the little urine flasks and other bits of garbage left behind are testimony to our presence. x_x

    That said, I wonder if anyone in 2100 will even know what a Sega Genesis is. (I'd sure hope so - better yet, I hope even more that my VA2.3 manages to stagger on till then, so it can receive its 20th recap.) :S
    Late 18th-century technology is well known today, like the camera they used to film the first ever film, what is it called like "dancing around the garden scene"?

    Even today we know the littlest details about the past, like what Abe Lincoln's favourite hat was.
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    Wait I meant to say 19th-century.

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    Talking about the year 2100 reminds me of something a friend of mine told me. Apparently, when he was young, he watched a tv show that explained how by the year 2000, technology would have caused work to be done so efficiently that nobody would have to work more than a few hours a week.

    He was immensely frustrated when he actually got to the year 2000 and was working harder than ever.

    So here's my question, will we all still be working hard in the year 2100?
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    I think so. In the Back To The Future movies didn't they expected there to be flying cars by 2012? grand delusions
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    I guess then, with that hindsight, my VA2.3 has a decent chance at living til 2100. Hopefully any great-great-grandkids in my future will still be beating the crap out of Galsia and Donovan XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yharnamresident View Post
    I think so. In the Back To The Future movies didn't they expected there to be flying cars by 2012? grand delusions
    People are too retarded to drive regular cars.

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    On that subject.

    I think public transportation is the future. Sky trains, street cars, subways. We're talking in cities and in-between cities. If you take a look at Japan, they have a good start.

    I live in a 80,000 pop city where the only form of public transportation is buses. There is nothing that I mentioned above. Its pathetic. There isn't even pedestrian trains.
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