Decorating My Wall

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  1. Perfection

    Perfection The Great Head.

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    I already do that on my own! And I couldn't get it to work right because:
    A. My printer sucks
    B. My paper sucks
    C. It requires an image that I don't have

    Nuke tests aren't gory and disgusting, just really big explosions.

    Man made it, and Narz hates everything man made.

    Nope, it's just poop.
     
  2. Narz

    Narz keeping it real

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    How come?

    I just wouldn't want a huge, polluting, life destroying weapon of mass destruction on my wall. It's kind of depressing. Not to mention it's probably bad feng shui :mischief:.
     
  3. Irish Caesar

    Irish Caesar Yellow Jacket

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    Beats the alternative.
     
  4. rbis4rbb

    rbis4rbb Sid

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    Perfection put some BABES on the wall (unless you are gay, then you can put dudes up (puke))
     
  5. Guangxi

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  6. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    hahahahaha

    that's on the cover of a book I wrote...

    Spoiler :

     
  7. nonconformist

    nonconformist Miserable

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    WTF? How is anyone supposed to derive any form of joy whatsoever from mathematics?
     
  8. Guangxi

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    my thoughts exactly.
     
  9. Perfection

    Perfection The Great Head.

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    BAH!

    I'm not putting up girls, that's for uncreative butt-nuts.

    :lol:
    Pretty good but totally out of my price range. Find me his low priced cousin!

    Bah, math rules
     
  10. White Elk

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    :confused: Because it's something they find joy in. WTF!?! I don't but some people do.
     
  11. Perfection

    Perfection The Great Head.

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    They're puzzles! And puzzles are fun!
     
  12. White Elk

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    I like puzzle solving. And I do like math somewhat. I don't do it for recreation. But I can understand why people do. And if I didn't I would still understand that people like things I don't.

    Hmm you like puzzles... this is a stretch... and might be to nerdy and geekish for you... but how about an elemental table. To me the elemental combinations that make up all things, provide the greatest puzzles of them all.
     
  13. Perfection

    Perfection The Great Head.

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    I already have one at home, (and no folks I didn't buy it, I won it so you can't call that big a nerd).

    Nevermind the fact that I won it in the national chemistry olympiad
     
  14. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    Even the densest students find joy in differentiating along with a bowling Nixon.
     
  15. Martacus

    Martacus World's Greatest Warrior

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    Hmm, 3x5 wide, 5' tall, and totally insane...Herve Villechaise(sp?) cardboard cut-out?
     
  16. Guangxi

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    just search for;
    Guinness Toucan ad
    on http://www.allposters.com/
    its 9 euro or so which will be under 15$.

    edit; no sign of cheap no-smiling day posters, i`m afraid.
     
  17. nonconformist

    nonconformist Miserable

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    I somehow doubt that a bowling Nixon makes even integration by parts at least any more than self-castratingly dull.

    But, hey, whatever turns you on, pervert.
     
  18. Raisin Bran

    Raisin Bran Cereal Killer

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    You are all so un-creative.

    a simple cheap and original way to dress up walls is :

    Go to a hardware store that they sell paint in. Go raid the paint samples off the display. Put these up on your wall so its does like shingles on a roof. The last paint sample on a strip must hide the top part of the lower strip. Gives out a nice look and for almost nothing.

    As seen in Bran van 3000's drinking in LA video.
     
  19. pboily

    pboily fingerlickinmathematickin

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    What are you, an outlier?
     
  20. Perfection

    Perfection The Great Head.

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    :lol: Hervé Villechaize cut out would be damned cool!

    SEE IF YOU CAN FIND ONE!
    No booze posters. That's lame

    Too much works!
     

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