Post a picture, entertain me!

Jasonofindy wrote:
1Dgaf wrote:

They didn't redesign it. We got the Japanese version, as Rykin spotted. Americans got the ugly box.

To be honest, if someone opened up a suitcase containing both consoles and told me that there was a winning 100 million dollar lottery ticket hidden under the ugly one, I would be at a total loss to guess which one to look under. They are both pretty damn hideous.

Agreed.

Also, justice is served.

IMAGE(https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/6879324672/hD1D90227/)

That dog gets shamed a lot...

((Yes, I know this is the pictures thread.))

Minarchist wrote:

$70 game in 1996 = $99.05 in 2011. $100 games? Yikes.

To say nothing of prices for Neo Geo games.

Jasonofindy wrote:
1Dgaf wrote:

They didn't redesign it. We got the Japanese version, as Rykin spotted. Americans got the ugly box.

To be honest, if someone opened up a suitcase containing both consoles and told me that there was a winning 100 million dollar lottery ticket hidden under the ugly one, I would be at a total loss to guess which one to look under. They are both pretty damn hideous.

I like the color scheme on the US one better to be honest, even though it really doesn't make a difference with age. They all end up being hobo-teeth-yellow in the end.

Minarchist wrote:

$70 game in 1996 = $99.05 in 2011. $100 games? Yikes.

The fact that someone out there was willing to pay a modern equivalent of $100 on Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 makes me want to jump out the window.

ccesarano wrote:
Jasonofindy wrote:
1Dgaf wrote:

They didn't redesign it. We got the Japanese version, as Rykin spotted. Americans got the ugly box.

To be honest, if someone opened up a suitcase containing both consoles and told me that there was a winning 100 million dollar lottery ticket hidden under the ugly one, I would be at a total loss to guess which one to look under. They are both pretty damn hideous.

I like the color scheme on the US one better to be honest, even though it really doesn't make a difference with age. They all end up being hobo-teeth-yellow in the end.

Minarchist wrote:

$70 game in 1996 = $99.05 in 2011. $100 games? Yikes.

The fact that someone out there was willing to pay a modern equivalent of $100 on Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 makes me want to jump out the window.

Pretty sure I bought that when it came out.

Defenestrate him!

$100 and all those games are crap. Am I right or what?

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

IMAGE(http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/188mllkhruebfjpg/original.jpg)

ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

IMAGE(http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/188mllkhruebfjpg/original.jpg)

Poster sized, to be specific.

ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

IMAGE(http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/188mllkhruebfjpg/original.jpg)

Cool. But where are the nipples?

1998 will forever be, for me, the quintessential Batman.

SixteenBlue wrote:
ccesarano wrote:
Jasonofindy wrote:
1Dgaf wrote:

They didn't redesign it. We got the Japanese version, as Rykin spotted. Americans got the ugly box.

To be honest, if someone opened up a suitcase containing both consoles and told me that there was a winning 100 million dollar lottery ticket hidden under the ugly one, I would be at a total loss to guess which one to look under. They are both pretty damn hideous.

I like the color scheme on the US one better to be honest, even though it really doesn't make a difference with age. They all end up being hobo-teeth-yellow in the end.

Minarchist wrote:

$70 game in 1996 = $99.05 in 2011. $100 games? Yikes.

The fact that someone out there was willing to pay a modern equivalent of $100 on Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 makes me want to jump out the window.

Pretty sure I bought that when it came out. :)

Heck, I think that every year about the newest CoD, Madden, college equivalent, all other sports titles, etc...

ccesarano wrote:
Jasonofindy wrote:
1Dgaf wrote:

They didn't redesign it. We got the Japanese version, as Rykin spotted. Americans got the ugly box.

To be honest, if someone opened up a suitcase containing both consoles and told me that there was a winning 100 million dollar lottery ticket hidden under the ugly one, I would be at a total loss to guess which one to look under. They are both pretty damn hideous.

I like the color scheme on the US one better to be honest, even though it really doesn't make a difference with age. They all end up being hobo-teeth-yellow in the end.

Minarchist wrote:

$70 game in 1996 = $99.05 in 2011. $100 games? Yikes.

The fact that someone out there was willing to pay a modern equivalent of $100 on Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 makes me want to jump out the window.

FATALITY!

LiquidMantis wrote:

Defenestrate him!

kazooka wrote:

FATALITY!

First!

ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

This is the biggest version I could find (1280x1920).

Also, picture.

IMAGE(http://www.lolbrary.com/content/679/pua-seal-35679.jpg)

The look on her face is perfect for the caption.

MeatMan wrote:
ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

This is the biggest version I could find (1280x1920).

Also, picture.

IMAGE(http://www.lolbrary.com/content/679/pua-seal-35679.jpg)

The look on her face is perfect for the caption.

Who is that? She looks cutey.

Strangeblades wrote:
MeatMan wrote:
ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

This is the biggest version I could find (1280x1920).

Also, picture.

IMAGE(http://www.lolbrary.com/content/679/pua-seal-35679.jpg)

The look on her face is perfect for the caption.

Who is that? She looks cutey.

Allison Williams, who plays Marnie on Girls.

Strangeblades wrote:
MeatMan wrote:
ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

This is the biggest version I could find (1280x1920).

Also, picture.

IMAGE(http://www.lolbrary.com/content/679/pua-seal-35679.jpg)

The look on her face is perfect for the caption.

Who is that? She looks cutey.

I don't know but look at those whiskers. HOT.

I think he met the seal, but you never know with StableHabes.

FlamingPeasant wrote:
Strangeblades wrote:
MeatMan wrote:
ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

This is the biggest version I could find (1280x1920).

Also, picture.

IMAGE(http://www.lolbrary.com/content/679/pua-seal-35679.jpg)

The look on her face is perfect for the caption.

Who is that? She looks cutey.

I don't know but look at those whiskers. HOT.

Not my type. Now a hot looking walrus cow, that's when the magic happens.

CheezePavilion wrote:

Allison Williams, who plays Marnie on Girls.

She's apparently the news anchor Brian Williams' daughter.

Strangeblades wrote:
FlamingPeasant wrote:
Strangeblades wrote:

Who is that? She looks cutey.

I don't know but look at those whiskers. HOT.

Not my type. Now a hot looking walrus cow, that's when the magic happens.

You're all lucky I'm at work or you'd probably have be posting some, umm, interesting links to picture. :p

St. Nicholas - Gave to the poor and helped children. Famous for punching the heretic Arius. Remembered as an overweight man in a red suit.

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Just a little holiday humor from the Yale Divinity School Class of 1994.

Strangeblades wrote:
FlamingPeasant wrote:
Strangeblades wrote:
MeatMan wrote:
ccesarano wrote:

Wish I had this in a higher resolution.

This is the biggest version I could find (1280x1920).

Also, picture.

IMAGE(http://www.lolbrary.com/content/679/pua-seal-35679.jpg)

The look on her face is perfect for the caption.

Who is that? She looks cutey.

I don't know but look at those whiskers. HOT.

Not my type. Now a hot looking walrus cow, that's when the magic happens.

What's the similarity between Tupperware and a walrus? They both like a nice tight seal.

IMAGE(http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mcy9taOQVN1rhi0rbo1_500.gif)

Um. That's a bit of a wtf.

Please tell me that's a terribly out of context sat cartoon clip, with a really unfortunate colour choice for the wardrobe.

Daily Aw:

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Phoenix Rev wrote:

St. Nicholas - Gave to the poor and helped children. Famous for punching the heretic Arius. Remembered as an overweight man in a red suit.

IMAGE(http://i489.photobucket.com/albums/rr254/leftofarizona/StNicholas_zps82dac778.jpg)

Just a little holiday humor from the Yale Divinity School Class of 1994.

So is believing that the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit are one is being bad, or good? ;P

sometimesdee wrote:
Phoenix Rev wrote:

St. Nicholas - Gave to the poor and helped children. Famous for punching the heretic Arius. Remembered as an overweight man in a red suit.

IMAGE(http://i489.photobucket.com/albums/rr254/leftofarizona/StNicholas_zps82dac778.jpg)

Just a little holiday humor from the Yale Divinity School Class of 1994.

So is believing that the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit are one is being bad, or good? ;P

Wikipedia's short version of the Arian heresy:

The Arian concept of Christ is that the Son of God did not always exist, but was created by—and is therefore distinct from—God the Father. This belief is grounded in the Gospel of John passage “You heard me say, ‘I am going away and I am coming back to you.’ If you loved me, you would be glad that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I." (verse 14:28)[3]

Looks like I would be a heretic if I was a christian because I always though Jesus < God.