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Old 03-09-2006, 07:24 AM   #1
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u gotta see this its incredible



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Old 03-09-2006, 09:56 AM   #2
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The rendering was top notch! I thought the egg yoke should have busted early on. My only gripe is why do they always make them dance?
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Quite cool! I wonder if that was animated the old fashioned way or if it was motion capture?

Whatever the case, it was certainly different! I agree about the dancing, though. That music was ANNOYING! :-)
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I didn't mind the music...=\

I just thought the dance was cheesy...



EDIT: Lt Jim...? May I ask what your signature translates to in english?

I got the feeling that it was Latin, but upon using a [rather primitive] translator, the result was, word for word, "To star very violent."

Just curious...
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Upoon investigation on the net it means "To the stars through difficulties" Motto of Kansas

Means you can't reach the top without going through difficult situation, apparently.
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That is pretty kickass! :bow:
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Yes, loosely translated from Latin: "through hard work to the stars", and HellspawnUK pretty much explained it!
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Schweet, sheenks ^_^

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Upoon investigation on the net it means "To the stars through difficulties" Motto of Kansas

Means you can't reach the top without going through difficult situation, apparently.
A thousand thanks for the explanation; I fear I never would have figured that one out :bow:
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