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Woah I just read your signature. Assembly!

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Oldrac the Chitinous wrote:It amuses me that you correctly spelled "ophthalmologist" but not "you're."
I used to work for an ophthalmologist I never worked for a you're.

I got to look at the best slide pictures ever. Nobody can gross me out with infected eye pictures anymore.*

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Yeah, but are you immune to the evil eye?

Also you've never worked for a you're because that sentence is syntactically incorrect.

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LordRetard wrote:Yeah, but are you immune to the evil eye?
I think I would not be immune to a photo of your eyes. But the average evil eye? Yes I'm immune.
LordRetard wrote:Also you've never worked for a you're because that sentence is syntactically incorrect.
I don't care. :wink:
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LordRetard wrote:Also you've never worked for a you're because that sentence is syntactically incorrect.
I once turned down a job offer from a there was an old lady from Perth.
Police said they spent some time working out if they could charge the man with being armed with a weapon, as technically he was armed with part of a fish.

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Oldrac the Chitinous wrote:
LordRetard wrote:Also you've never worked for a you're because that sentence is syntactically incorrect.
I once turned down a job offer from a there was an old lady from Perth.
I require more information.
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Kimra wrote:
I got to look at the best slide pictures ever. Nobody can gross me out with infected eye pictures anymore.*

*not a challenge.
I once had to make a cautionary slide show to scare school kids into following lab protocol. It was the best job ever because all I did was google "eye injury" and "missing eye" and "infected eye" and "exploded eyeball" and "OFMG look how much juice there is in an eye!" and pick the grossest ones.

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That's strangely topical to a recent experience of mine - a friend and I went searching at uni for some example project posters that we'd been told had been put up in in a certain building, but all we found was a poster of disgusting lab eye injuries. My favourite was the steam-damaged one, looked like a poached egg, eurgh
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You too could have the eyes of a monster!

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A blind, constantly in pain monster. It's my dream!
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Apocalyptus on Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:01 am

A blind, constantly in pain monster. It's my dream!
That is the character design for the bogeyman. If you look, he dont got no eyes. When i was watching and reading about the movie, they said his design was ment to look like he was constently in pain and to look like it hurts to ware his helment.
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Ahh, so he's like the Judge-Penitent from Albert Camus' La Chute. His penance for his crimes is to judge other people.

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Honestly, I'm having difficulty reading Camus*. I'm a few pages into The Plague, but it's just not that interesting to me.

*this issue may be compounded by the fact that my book collection is fifty miles away from me in an attic
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I can't possibly explain why someone would not like Camus. Have you tried reading The Stranger yet? It's shorter! The Plague isn't as good as some of his other books, I don't think.

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by LordRetard on Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:41 pm

Ahh, so he's like the Judge-Penitent from Albert Camus' La Chute. His penance for his crimes is to judge other people.
He seems to come forth and help along the process. In the games, he is called apon to do his job after guilt has been found.
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