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Old 03-11-2006, 08:51 PM   #1
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Someone sent me this. I can't for the life of me figure out why, or why it was ever developed...

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/llama.php
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That explains quite a bit.
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It won't stop!
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Old 03-12-2006, 06:52 AM   #4
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Maybe those of us with rugrats in the right age group (3-5 or so maybe?) can let them listen and then tiptoe out of the room for a few hours...
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I'd be afraid to return and find them wild looking with a kitchen knife....
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Great, so now my daughter knows a new word ("Llama!") and asks foor it by name. I suppose it is better than showing her www.badgerbadgerbadger.com
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Is it possible to contract epilepsy and ADD after watching just one silly flash animation on the internet? Cause I think I just did.
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badger badger badger...mushroooom.

What?
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badger badger badger...mushroooom.

What?
For some reason, my wife despises that thing. If I show it to our daughter I will be *lucky* if I end up sleeping on the floor.

Don't ask about the one they did with badgers inserted into a Lord of the Rings scene...
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Just got this in an e-mail from DW:

"p.s. Clara LOVES the llama site and requests it
often. Gee . . . thanks. ;-)"

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There has to be drugs involved with both of these sights. Or a global conspiracy for social programming, maybe these "innocent" flash animations are subliminally telling us to vote for our incumbent, buy American, report suspicious neighbors...
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I think maybe mushrooms had something to do with it...

How about report suspicious incumbents... :P
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Dang! Somebody been smokin' dem Jimson Weed, no? Maybe little Tansey Ragwort, hmmm?
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Dang!* Somebody been smokin' dem Jimson Weed, no?* Maybe little Tansey Ragwort, hmmm?
Nah, that smell is just some rope that caught on fire...
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Man, I love that Llama song. I forgot my teenage kids showed it to me last fall. I "rediscovered" it a couple of weeks ago.

If you play it about 25 times in a row, you will start to hear a hidden message... 'Time for me to retire now and become a duck'
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I buried Paul... :P

Or, to paraphrase George Carlin: Have you heard the new Beatles album? Play it backwards at 78 speed, and it'll screw up your needle...
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