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Gluposti
« on: 30-10-2009, 02:39:54 »
ne mogu bas sve budalastine da zavrse na best topic ever-u  xfrog

pa da pocnemo:

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #1 on: 30-10-2009, 02:50:52 »
Genijalan sajt! Kucajte psovke!

I ima link ka ovom drugom: http://www.kakophone.com/kakorama/EN/index.php
Izaberite opciju "Ja sam ja, Marsovac".

Zamislite... Po marsovskom kalendaru imam 12.5 godina. Isto kao i po zemaljskom kalendaru!
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #2 on: 02-11-2009, 02:08:56 »
Evo neceg za zakovljevu majcu



i jos toga na: http://www.macboy.com/cartoons/sfr/archive.php?comicID=1

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« Reply #3 on: 05-11-2009, 01:27:19 »
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #4 on: 06-11-2009, 22:35:53 »
Why shouldn't things be largely absurd, futile, and transitory? They are so, and we are so, and they and we go very well together.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #5 on: 07-12-2009, 23:31:59 »
I WAS ANTI-OBAMA BEFORE IT WAS COOL

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #6 on: 10-12-2009, 23:24:34 »
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #7 on: 11-12-2009, 00:54:59 »
Štajebreovo? Lightsaber chopsticks?!
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #8 on: 11-12-2009, 01:11:35 »
A-ha. Uz muzicku pratnju sa



Ne pamtim kada sam bio ovako umoran, a preskocio sam i ne mogu da spavam. Da vidis samo kakve samo gluposti ne odlucujem ni da podelim  :x
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #9 on: 11-12-2009, 01:18:07 »
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #10 on: 12-12-2009, 04:29:11 »


Algonquin 'Ali' Rhodes, the high school newspaper's music critic, meets an intriguing singer, Doug, while reviewing a gig. He's a weird-looking guy - goth, but he seems sincere about it, like maybe he was into it back before it was cool. She introduces herself after the set, asking if he lives in Cornersville, and he replies, in his slow, quiet murmur, 'Well, I don't really live there, exactly. . . .'

When Ali and Doug start dating, Ali is falling so hard she doesn't notice a few odd signs: he never changes clothes, his head is a funny shape, and he says practically nothing out loud. Finally Marie, the school paper's fashion editor, points out the obvious: Doug isn't just a really sincere goth. He's a zombie. Horrified that her feelings could have allowed her to overlook such a flaw, Ali breaks up with Doug, but learns that zombies are awfully hard to get rid of - at the same time she learns that vampires, a group as tightly-knit as the mafia, don't think much of music critics who make fun of vampires in reviews. . .
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #11 on: 15-12-2009, 03:36:42 »


The Perry Bible Fellowship is drawn by Nicholas Gurewitch. It is often written with help from Evan Keogh, Jordan Morris, and Albert Birney. It was once published on a weekly basis. It currently has no update schedule.
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #12 on: 18-12-2009, 05:05:06 »
A New Sith, or Revenge of the Hope
Reconsidering Star Wars IV in the light of I-III

If we accept all the Star Wars films as the same canon, then a lot that happens in the original films has to be reinterpreted in the light of the prequels. As we now know, the rebel Alliance was founded by Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Bail Organa. What can readily be deduced is that their first recruit, who soon became their top field agent, was R2-D2.

Consider: at the end of RotS, Bail Organan orders 3PO's memory wiped but not R2's. He wouldn't make the distinction casually. Both droids know that Yoda and Obi-Wan are alive and are plotting sedition with the Senator from Alderaan. They know that Amidala survived long enough to have twins and could easily deduce where they went. However, R2 must make an impassioned speech to the effect that he is far more use to them with his mind intact: he has observed Palpatine and Anakin at close quarters for many years, knows much that is useful and is one of the galaxy's top experts at hacking into other people's systems. Also he can lie through his teeth with a straight face. Organa, in immediate need of espionage resources, agrees.

For the next 20 years, as far as 3PO knows, he is the property of Captain Antilles, doing protocol duties on a diplomatic transport. He is vaguely aware of the existence of the princess but doesn't know much about her. Wherever 3PO goes, being as loud and obvious as he always is, his unobtrusive little counterpart goes with him. 3PO is R2's front man. Wherever they land, R2 is passing messages between rebel sympathisers and sizing up governments as potential rebel recruits - both by personal contact and by hacking into their networks. He passes his recommendations on to Organa.

Yoda is out of the picture by this stage, using the Force-infused swamps of Dagobah to hide himself from Vader and the Emperor. Or something. He is meditating on the future and keeping in touch with Obi-Wan via the ghost of Qui-Gon Jin, which as comm systems go has the virtue of being untappable. Obi-Wan, on Tattoine, keeps in touch with Bail Organa and the other Rebel leaders by courier, of which more later.

As Star Wars opens, R2 is rushing the Death Star plans to the Rebellion. R2, not Leia. The plans are always in R2. What Leia puts into him in the early scene is only her own holographic message to Kenobi. Leia's own mission, as she says in the holographic message, is to pick up Obi-Wan and take him to Alderaan - or so she thinks. Actually, her father just wants her to meet Kenobi, which up to this point she never has. There's a reason for that.

Obi-Wan has spent the last 20 years in the Tattoine desert, keeping watch over Luke Skywalker and trying to decide on one of the three available options:
A) If Luke shows no significant access to the Force, then leave him alone in obscurity
B) If Luke shows real Force ability, then consider recruiting him as a Jedi. The rebellion needs Jedi. Now.
But, if Luke shows any signs of turning out like his father, then C) sneak into his house one fine night and chop his head off. With great regret but it'll save a lot of trouble later on.
Knowing this to be the case, Bail Organa (perhaps at the insistence of his wife) has found excuses not to send Leia to Ben for assessment of Jedi potential, largely for fear of option C.

To be fair to all concerned, Leia has shown no overt signs of a link to the Force. Luke on the other hand has. In his home-built hotrod aircraft, with no formal fighter pilot training and no decent instrumentation, Luke can regularly score centre-hits on 2-metre targets in complicated zero-altitude maneouvres. Until he attends the briefing on Yavin, Luke has no way of knowing that hardened combat pilots would consider that nearly impossible. To him it's easy. Obi-Wan, who saw Anakin's performance in the Pod Race, is nervous.

Much of Obi-Wan's behaviour in this film, and Yoda's in the next, can best be understood if they are frankly scared to death of what Luke might become. (Ben is also scared that he himself will make all the same mistakes he made with Anakin.)

Now, with the existence of the rebellion at stake, Bail Organa has finally told Leia to go see Obi-Wan and has sent her along with R2. The original plan would then be for Obi-Wan (with optional Luke and/or Leia in tow) to leave his exile and take the Death Star plans to Yavin, where they can be put to use. R2 (with Leia if Ben doesn't want to take her) would then carry on to Alderaan to maintain the cover story. The original plan does not survive contact with a large Imperial Star Destroyer.

R2 and 3PO bail out in an escape pod, landing in vaguely the right area of Tattoine, where R2's first priority is transport. He arranges to be captured by a group of Jawas and, once on board their transport, he makes a deal with them (possibly using emergency funds stored about his person) to take him where he wants to go. The Jawas refuse to go directly to Kenobi for fear of marauding Sandpeople but they agree to R2's second request : transport to the Skywalker farm. They even get to keep the purchase price if they can sell R2 and 3PO there. The Jawas shake on it and go through with the plan.

Seeing 3PO fail to recognise the farm where he worked for 10 years gives r2 a moment's amusement but, as soon as possible, he gets away and heads for Kenobi. Luke and 3PO follow, which may or may not have been part of the plan.

On first seeing R2, Obi-Wan has a twinkle in his eye and calls him "my little friend". Well, he is. However, when Luke wakes up and says that R2 claimed to be owned by an Obi-Wan Kenobi, he blandly says "I don't seem to remember ever owning a droid." Ben has in fact owned several but the remark is aimed at R2 and translates as "You keep quiet. I'm not about to tell him everything just yet." Obi-Wan thinks fast and tells Luke a version of his past that does not involve a father who became a dark lord of the Sith. He wants to examine Luke a lot more closely before he risks telling him the real truth.

Although the Death Star plans need to get to Yavin as soon as possible, Obi-Wan needs to make one more diversion first. If the Empire knows that Leia is a Rebel leader, then they also know about her father and the whole Organa family may need immediate evacuation. Fortunately, before coming to Tattoine, R2 had already arranged transport, which is waiting at Mos Eisley, under the command of the Rebellion's other chief field agent and espionage asset. Chewbacca.

20 years earlier, Chewbacca was second in command of the defence of his planet. He's there in the tactical conferences and there on the front lines and is a personal friend of Yoda's. When he needed reliable people to join the embryonic Alliance, who else would Yoda turn to but his old friend from Kashykk? Given his background, there is no way that Chewie would spend the crucial years of the rebellion as the second-in-command to (sorry Han) a low-level smuggler. Unless it's his cover. In fact, Chewie is a top-line spy and flies what is in many ways the Rebellion's best ship.

The Millenium Falcon may look like a beat-up old freighter but it can outrun any Imperial ship in normal space or hyperspace, hang in a firefight with a Star Destroyer or outmaneouvre a dozen top-of-the-line TIE fighters. It's a remarkable feat of engineering and must have cost a colossal fortune to build. How does Han come to own a ship like that? He only thinks he does, actually it's Chewie's. Half-way through RotS, we see the Falcon landing at the Senate building on Coruscant. If it's the same ship (which of course it is) then it was the personal transport of one of the senatorial delegations - a much more likely source to commission its design. That delegatino must have later joined the Rebellion and given it the use of the Falcon. In fact, if the delegation is the one from Kashykk, then the ship may have belonged to Chewbacca as early as RotS.

Han is Chewie's front man. It's much better, and safer for him, if he doesn't know what's really going on. Chewie used to work with Lando Calrissian in a similar way but Lando wanted to settle down, so Chewie arranged for him to lose the Falcon in a card game to Han Solo, an even better choice as partner. Han and Chewie's working method is pretty much what we see in the cantina scene: Chewie make the contacts and sets up the deals, then turns them over to Han who haggles over the price and gives the final yea or nay. This lets Chewie wander the seamy underside of the galaxy pretty much at will, making contacts, gathering and passing information with no-one was the wiser, especially not Han.

Chewie persuaded Han to do business with Jabba the Hutt so he could make regular runs to Tattoine, where Chewie could pass messages between Kenobi and Organa. When R2's urgent message came through only days before, the only way for Chewie to get back to Tattoine in time was to make the "mistake" that forced Han to dump his cargo to avoid capture. As a down side, this led to Solo's getting a death mark out on him from Jabba the Hutt. Chewie was a bit upset about the need for that but figured they weren't going to be dealing with Tattoine for much longer.

En route to Alderaan, R2 and Chewie play stop-motion chess. This is the latest in a series of games they've played over the year in the back rooms of space stations and cantinas across the galaxy, but this is the first time they've done it in front of their respective straight men, so they put on a big show.

Then it all goes wrong again. Alderaan is gone and the Falcon is caught and brought aboard the Death Star. Only Han, Luke and 3PO don't know just how much trouble they're in but Obi-Wan has a plan and seems confident (but Jedi always do). Soon afterwards, R2 finds Leia in the detention cells and shouts that they have to rescue her, to which Chewie can only agree. If Vader learns he has a daughter, then they're all in deep trouble, so Chewie does his bit to persuade Han to go along with Luke's plan.

Then, on the verge of escape, Vader himself turns up only yards from both of his children, one of whom is leaking Force all over the place. Obi-Wan stages a distraction by letting himself die and go into the Force while the others escape. At this point, Chewie suddenly realises that he's been left in charge, not only of the Death Star Plans and the survival of the Rebellion but of the secret son and daughter of Darth Vader. With the Organas and Kenobi all dead, only Chewie, R2 and Yoda know who Luke and Leia are. And only Ob-Wan knew where Yoda has been hiding. Chewie is stressed out by the responsibility and R2 (who keeps making crude jokes about the whole affair) is being no help at all.

Chewie's first problem is what is happening between Luke and Leia. With a psychic link they can feel but don't understand, thrown together in a life-or-death escape, they are looking at each other with a sparky intensity that Chewie gradually recognises as Romantic Tension. He's no expert on human relationships but Chewie is fairly sure that that's Wrong, so he does the only thing he can under the circumstances - he throws Han at her. Han is at first not interested but after a while starts to warm to the idea with an intensity that gives Chewie new worries.

When they reach Yavin, Han decides to take the money and run and Chewie decides to go with him. Looked at in cold light, it's for the good of the Rebellion. Even if Yavin is destroyed, there'll be one agent who knows what's going on who can try and put something back together, but he doesn't feel good about it. When Han decides to turn around and join the attack, Chewie is all for it.

Han and Luke get medals but Chewie doesn't. Actually, Leia offers him one but Chewie turns it down. He got one of those things from Yoda about 20 years ago, but there's no way he can tell her that.

As the film ends, the three founders of the Rebellion are all gone. Bail Organa is dead, Yoda is out of contact and Obi-Wan's ghost can only talk to other Jedi. (So that would be Yoda then.) Thus, the field leadership of the rebellion has just been turned over to the daughter of Darth Vader. Chewie is really hoping that someone with an official rank greater than hers will get here real soon before he has to think really seriously about option C.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #13 on: 18-12-2009, 10:19:44 »
odakle iskopa ovo, mnogo dobar  tekst  :lol:

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #14 on: 19-12-2009, 02:37:18 »
negde, pojma nemam  :twisted: history mi izgleda da adolescentska gajba posto su matorci vec dve nedelje na moru.
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #15 on: 19-12-2009, 09:55:06 »
Aaa, stvarno zabavan tekst. Da li je taj momak uradio nešto slično i sa sledeća dva nastavka?

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #16 on: 19-12-2009, 14:19:02 »
ne da ja znam/mogu da nadjem ali zato:

Star Wars fans hate Star Wars

My girlfriend doesn’t understand what I see in Star Wars. We’ve had several soul-crushing arguments about what exactly makes this series so important to me, and every time I have found it more and more difficult to argue my case. As the maddening years have wound on, I think I finally understand the reason for this crippling handicap.

There is a diabolical twist to Star Wars fandom, you see, that defies comprehension, and yet is the life-blood of all Star Wars fans. It is this:

Star Wars fans hate Star Wars.

If you run into somebody who tells you they thought the franchise was quite enjoyable, and they very-much liked the originals as well as the prequels, and even own everything on DVD, and a few of the books, these imposters are not Star Wars Fans.

Star Wars fans hate Star Wars.

The primary fulcrum for the Star Wars fan’s hate (including my own) is George Lucas, creator of Star Wars. Unlike Trekkies/Trekkers who adore Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, Star Wars fans hate the father of their obsession. We hate the fact that George Lucas got it wrong from the beginning, creating incest between Luke and Leia. We hate the fact that he wrenched Return of the Jedi off of Kashyyyk and set it on Endor with those tiny, furry Hobbit bitches he called “Ewoks”, which is a syllabic anagram of Wookiee if you’re obsessed enough. We despise the entire existence of literally half of the Star Wars movies, blaming George Lucas’ greed and flawed ‘vision’ for everything.

We believe George Lucas’ ideal death time was 2:07am, 14 November, 1990.

Star Wars fans also hate the original Star Wars trilogy. We think Mark Hamill’s acting was whiny, the pacing was flawed, and Empire was better than Jedi, making the end of the series a let-down. We hate the way Boba Fett died, and we hate the cantankerous, arthritic duel between Vader and Obi-wan. We don’t understand why the storm-troopers can’t shoot worth a damn, and we don’t get why “an entire legion of [the Emperor’s] best troops”(ROTJ, Palpatine) can be overpowered by a tribal society of midget teddy-bears armed largely with rocks and twigs. Star Wars fans hate omnipotent war-machines that get their legs tangled in strings, or slip on logs. They hate Darth Vader’s face and that stupid harmonica thing he was playing. Star Wars fans hate the original Star Wars trilogy.

There is also, as you probably know, a series of Special Editions that have replaced the original Star Wars trilogy, and these are also hated by Star Wars fans with an even more scorching fervor. Star Wars fans hate the glaring CG changes made to scenes we already hated to begin with. We hate that Han Solo now killed Greedo in self-defense, and then stepped on Jabba the Hutt’s tail (which we liken to Carrot Top stepping on Fidel Castro’s tail). We hate the fact that the ghost of Alec Guinness (whose name is an anagram of Genuine Class, by the way) now stands next to Hayden Christensen (whose name I tried to re-arrange into a flattering anagram myself, but only came up with “Nn…Dense Chest Hair”). Star Wars fans are unsure if Fidel Castro has a tail or not, but we hate the Special Editions of the trilogy just the same.

There is of course also a prequel trilogy to Star Wars. It is newer, more epic, more expensive, and more visually stunning than the original trilogy. Star Wars fans know this, and so we hate it even more. We hate it with the burning passion of a setting pair of twin suns. Jar Jar Binks, Midichlorians, technology that is blatantly more sophisticated than the “later” original trilogy…we despise all of it. There’s nothing a Star Wars fan hates more than a Star Wars prequel. They demystified Boba Fett, contradicted countless lines in the original trilogy (Obi-Wan: “He was our only hope.” Yoda: “No…there is another.” Obi-Wan (not in script): “Oh, right, I f*cking held both of these kids as they were born in Episode 3. Sorry Yoda, I just plumb forgot!”)

Star Wars fans think Mark Ha…uh…Hayden Christensen’s acting was whiny. And the pacing was flawed.

Beyond the movies, there are also various television-related Star Wars endeavors which Star Wars fans despise. Starting with that abysmal “Holiday Special” in which Carrie Fisher appeared drunk and tried to celebrate Christmas through song in a Jesus-less galaxy, Star Wars fans have watched and hated everything. We think Droids was a waste of time, Ewok Adventures was an extension of everything we hated about Return of the Jedi, and we’ve seen both seasons of Clone Wars which we hate because we believe them to be immensely inconsistent with the prequels we also hate.

Star Wars fans think the Star Wars comic-books are a stockpile of contrivance written for marketing purposes by people who know nothing about Star Wars. Every gimmick imaginable to bring back super-weapons long destroyed and token bad-guys long-beaten is spewed forth from these comic books, and Star Wars fans want nothing to do with it. Star Wars fans have read the one in which Han Solo works in tandem with a giant rabbit and we are not impressed.

Then, naturally, there are the videogames. Star Wars fans hate LucasArts, and the opportunist drivel that comprises most of the gameplay-less apertures known as Star Wars games that they vomit up every fiscal quarter. Star Wars fans know that there is no such thing as a good Star Wars strategy game, we yelled at our PS1 when Masters of Teras-Kasi came out, and we kind-of liked the Jedi Knight series, but not at first and definitely not towards the end. Star Wars fans did not like Knights of the Old Republic, unless they were RPG fans. This does not count. Star Wars fans hate Star Wars videogames.

The final main elixir of Star Wars folklore is the ever-growing library of Star Wars books. These have managed to make a complex main character our of practically every background alien seen in the movies, and expanded the universe into a colossal, self-contradictory maze. Star Wars fans hate this. We hate how trite and tired the books were getting before the New Jedi Order series, and we hate the New Jedi Order series for being so radically different, and not nearly trite or tired enough. Star Wars fans hate it when previously-deceased characters are brought back to life, but we also hate Timothy Zahn for not bringing his characters back to life. Star Wars fans did not hate Grand Admiral Thrawn, but we do now, because he is always dead. The Star Wars movies also contradict and completely ignore droves of information within the Star Wars books. Star Wars fans now know that George Lucas has no idea who Jaster Mareel is, and it makes us very angry. Star Wars fans hate Star Wars books.

Now that I have covered all of this, you can finally begin to compute why I can never prove to Emily that Star Wars is a monumental event worth devoting one’s life to. The very nature of the argument means I have to defend Star Wars, and since I am a Star Wars fan, I don’t actually understand how to do that.

Maybe I’ll put it like this. To be a Star Wars fan, one must possess the ability to see a million different failures and downfalls, and then somehow assemble them into a greater picture of perfection. Every true Star Wars fan is a Luke Skywalker, looking at his twisted, evil father, and somehow seeing good.

My earlier statement needs slight revision. We hate everything about Star Wars.

But the idea of Star Wars…the idea we love.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #17 on: 19-12-2009, 15:35:04 »
Hahah, odličan je i ovaj.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #18 on: 19-12-2009, 16:39:08 »
I, sto je najgore, potpuno je tacan  :cry:
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« Reply #19 on: 19-12-2009, 23:49:07 »
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Review (Part 1 of 7)



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« Reply #21 on: 20-12-2009, 00:09:58 »
http://www.etsy.com/shop/schindermania

Brezobrazni vezeni jastuci :D
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« Reply #22 on: 20-12-2009, 00:10:14 »
Why shouldn't things be largely absurd, futile, and transitory? They are so, and we are so, and they and we go very well together.

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« Reply #23 on: 20-12-2009, 22:05:27 »
Dos'o Sveti Petar i kaze meni Djordje di je ovde put za Becej, ja mu kazem mani me se, on kaze: Pricaj ne's otici u raj!
E NES NI TI U BECEJ!

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #24 on: 21-12-2009, 04:18:05 »
Ah, moj novi omiljeni izdavac.... mada mozda nisu za ovaj topik mrzi me...









iiiiiiiii, najgori od svih





I sto je najbolje, za razliku od zakovih ruskih stripova :twisted:, ovo je pravo  :|

 
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #25 on: 22-12-2009, 03:22:34 »
I know where Bruce Lee lives

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« Reply #26 on: 22-12-2009, 03:28:12 »
Videh ovo pre neki dan u knjižari Delfi. :D

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« Reply #27 on: 23-12-2009, 10:09:48 »
Why shouldn't things be largely absurd, futile, and transitory? They are so, and we are so, and they and we go very well together.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #28 on: 23-12-2009, 14:44:58 »
Lion Mutilates 42 Midgets in Cambodian Ring-Fight

Spectators cheered as entire Cambodian Midget Fighting League squared off against African Lion
a nastavak ovde!
http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/messages/chrono/18269435

mislim da je ovo i za best topic ever!

naravno na cracked-u ima i demant
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #29 on: 24-12-2009, 10:30:56 »
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #30 on: 24-12-2009, 21:16:20 »
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This wish is limited to the customary and usual good tidings for a period of one year, or until the issuance of a subsequent holiday greeting, whichever, and is not intended to, nor shall it be considered, limited to the usual Judeo-Christian celebrations or observances, or to such activities of any organized or ad hoc religious community, group, individual or belief (or lack thereof).

Note: By accepting this greeting, you are accepting these terms. This greeting is subject to clarification or withdrawal, and is revocable at the sole discretion of the wisher at any time, for any reason or for no reason at all. This greeting is freely transferable with no alteration to the original greeting. This greeting implies no promise by the wisher to actually implement any of the wishes for the wishee her/himself or others, or responsibility for the consequences which may arise from the implementation
or non-implementation of same. This greeting is void where prohibited by law.
Dos'o Sveti Petar i kaze meni Djordje di je ovde put za Becej, ja mu kazem mani me se, on kaze: Pricaj ne's otici u raj!
E NES NI TI U BECEJ!

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #31 on: 26-12-2009, 15:51:59 »
Kurt Russell Star Wars Audition
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #32 on: 28-12-2009, 04:02:45 »
Kad je vec vecina zanimljivih "gluposti" vezana za Star Wars, evo kako je sve pocelo

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5058529870025933880


jeste da je matoro, ali.... :!: :!: :!:
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #33 on: 28-12-2009, 09:50:00 »
Bogami, poskup spoof, ali zabavan.

Šteta što je juvenilecomedy.com oflajn pa ne mogu da linkujem dve najbolje parodije na star wars ikad napravljene...

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #34 on: 29-12-2009, 22:20:14 »
Vidjeno u Platou, navali narode

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #35 on: 11-01-2010, 01:53:54 »
Reke's Phantom Shot
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #36 on: 15-01-2010, 18:32:17 »
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #37 on: 15-01-2010, 18:36:36 »
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #38 on: 15-01-2010, 19:01:03 »
 :| :| :| :|

Plus, kakav je on car što se stalno švercuje kao Azijat.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #39 on: 18-01-2010, 16:03:53 »
Evo malo Star Wars gluposti i od mene, čisto da ispoštujem tradiciju topica:







Evo i jedne sa Čakom, jer bez njega ništa, očigledno:



A za kraj i jedne meraklijsko tataratirske (koju su ionako već svi videli):
Nekoć si bio punk, sad si Štefan Frank.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #40 on: 18-01-2010, 20:59:49 »
Ko je ovaj poslednji?
Skromnost je grah prema sebi.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #41 on: 18-01-2010, 21:10:18 »
Heh, Krešo, tebi ovde možda veruju da večno imaš 14 godina al kad se ovoliko trudši, onda postaje sumnjivo.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #42 on: 18-01-2010, 21:44:49 »
Ove 2010. imam 14, a kad sam došao na forum sam imao 12 ili 13, ne sećam se tačno. To što mi na Facebook profilu piše da imam 17, to je iz drugih razloga :)
A stvarno ne znam ko je ovaj poslednji, deluje mi poznato, ali nemam tačnu predstavu.
Skromnost je grah prema sebi.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #43 on: 18-01-2010, 21:47:45 »

A stvarno ne znam ko je ovaj poslednji, deluje mi poznato, ali nemam tačnu predstavu.

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #44 on: 20-01-2010, 02:11:37 »
Daft Punk :!: :!: :!:

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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #45 on: 20-01-2010, 03:36:17 »
Zamolio bih bilo koga da postuje nesto sto nije vezano za Star Wars. Ja bih, ali ovo je jace od mene



This spring, visitors to Disney Parks in Florida and California will be able to pick up an exclusive new Hasbro astromech R2 unit, decked out in classic Mickey Mouse colors and ears! The new astromech, R2-MK, recently made a quick stop at Skywalker Ranch before heading to Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California, and posed for this snap!

Here's the announcement from Disney:

"The creative "Forces" at Disney and Lucasfilm are proud to announce an all-new character coming to the Disney Parks in April 2010. Every Jedi needs his own astromech droid, and Jedi Mickey is no exception. This spring we will be introducing Jedi Mickey's own droid, R2-MK.

"This new character is exclusive to the Disney Parks, and he will be available at both Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. It will come packed as a Hasbro action figure 2-pack along with Jedi Mickey and will retail for $18.95."
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #46 on: 23-01-2010, 18:44:14 »
Famous People On Drugs! (The video's owner prevents external embedding)
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #47 on: 31-01-2010, 21:07:29 »
Leonard Nimoy's Ballad of Bilbo Baggins
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #48 on: 31-01-2010, 22:47:33 »
Black Herbal Toothpaste
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Re: Gluposti
« Reply #49 on: 03-02-2010, 15:24:05 »
Ko je ovaj poslednji?

Nasao, Branko Kockica.
Glumac kog su moji roditelji i verovatno njihovi roditelji gledali kao deca. :D
Nije ni cudo sto nisam ga nisam nikad video, a kamoli cuo. :)
Skromnost je grah prema sebi.