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The cool pic thread

Discussion in 'LORD' started by StephenSLR, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. Winmar

    Winmar Pillock of society

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    Well fuck being that dude!
     
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    looks like a hard way to make a living...

    You know that moment, that fragile moment when you realise you've strayed to a corner of the internet that might not be exactly where you wanted to go?

    hahaha
     
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    Now that's what I call juxtaposition:

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  4. StephenSLR

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    You see this a lot in Asian countries, a little tin shack next to a monstrosity. The town planning rules aren't like they are here and the owners aren't forced to sell if they don't want to so they will design a skyscraper around their little house.

    s
     
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    Dallas is much the same- out in the burbs you can see a 10 story office building next to junkyard or housing lots. If you look out from a CBD office building you can see 10-15 story glass and steels dotted all over the place without rhyme or reason. That picture reminds me more of the 19th century churches in CBDs in Australia...
     
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    Man, the Japanese just do that kind of stuff RIGHT don't they!
     
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    I really liked Festivalgate in Osaka, an amusement park in a building. Sadly now demolished:

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    Nitephyre LORDwhore™/Andy's ManSWOS

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    Bah, no Dogpile, no care! :D
     
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    Hotbot and webcrawler.... those were the days!
     
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    Might as well post these since I mentioned it above. Just scanned my photos from my 1999 trip. A couple of pics from inside Festivalgate. My favourite ride was the brown oval track thing which spun you upside down while the cars moved along the track. It had no belts or harnesses, just padding to kinda hold you in place as it tumbled you.

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    Looks like fun. I need to go on a rollercoaster again.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Saw on Facebook, somewhere around Fraser Coast apparently. :rofl:
     
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    This crazy walkway with 12 zigs and 12 zags is in the suburb I grew up in. I'm still buzzed out that I didn't remember just how insane it was. I might've gone down it once on my bike, but never up - that task would've been way beyond my pasty little legs.

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    Go straight down the side of the hill on a bmx and get airborne!
     
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    Ralphe Go the ROOSTERS!

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    Lord Tim That guy from LORD

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    ^^ This fuckin' guy! That's awesome! :)
     
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    Nitephyre LORDwhore™/Andy's ManSWOS

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    Hmm, I should get all my stuff out of the boxes/off hangers and pic it. I don't have a few things there like the bootleg DVD or the cassette. I do have a couple of rarities that only a FEW people may still have ;)
     

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