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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TKH, Aug 3, 2009.
Dunno what it is. Do you?
...the hell is this?
I can assure you nothing to do with magic.
Also, the "what is.." phrase has been used many times before T11
I'm pretty sure the words "what" and "is" plus the name of a company have been used before. Just because theory11 used it doesn't mean everything similar is ripping them off.
Au contrare bonjour. We actually copyrighted the words "what" and "is" prior to launch, so your post above is in violation on three counts. We also copyrighted the verb "magish," the noun "magishness," and the less-acclaimed noun form "magishnessism," which is only popular in Switzerland.
Each offense is punishable by having to watch a sponge balls routine perpetually for eternity, to the sound of "The Final Countdown." Your post above equates to three eternities. Get ready for it.
I don't think bon jour is the phrase you were looking for.
Anyway, if it's The Final Countdown cover by Norther, that's slightly more bearable than having to watch reruns of the Dresden Files TV show. Metal makes everything better.
Who is the Drizzle? (please someone get this)
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I hate you for posting that link. I just lost 3 minutes of my life I'll never get it back damn you!
I thought Bayme was serious at start.
If it was an 'underground' magic site, maybe. But its not, so they are not copying their hyper machine.
The bon jour part i believe is a joke referenced from the movie "The Ladies Man" and if so, well played sir, well played.