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2009-08-08 13:28:50
AW shucks... I thought you'd been repossessed by Aliens or something.
2009-08-05 00:37:44
Indeed, Patito, I recognize a Flag Carrier when I see one. Einzelkampfer, you're are to be congratulated: Your time in Pixdus has not been in vain. Whatever happened to Bearnaise, by the way?
2009-08-05 00:22:20
My fellow Pixdausians, it is indeed gratifying to see that during my recent absence one of my colleagues and fellow Tejanos has stepped up to the plate, taken the bull by the horns, seized the moment,stayed the course, rallied the troops, and sustained and maintained the grand traditions of our Great Land ! I had feared that while I was away there might be a serious bull-shit deficiency here, and it is now apparent that those fears were groundless. Well done, Oh Noble Son of the Lone Star State !
2009-08-03 12:41:13
No, this was an early attempt at bionics. It seems that an Englishman, the Earl of Wankershire, was severely wounded when his matchlock exploded. Professor Harold W.E.C. Uppington-Smythe, rebuilt the Earl using mechanical parts made from ore metals found in the famous Kriaghkliagkachlichchch Bog meteorite recovered in Scotland. In time, the Earl learned to run, jump, swim and make a mean bread pudding whilst wearing his bionic parts. In fact, Sir Francis Bacon wrote a play about the Earl called the "6 Quid Man". However, this work was lost in the infamous Bungholder Blitz during the Napoleonic Wars and is thus lost to history, except for references contained in contemporary playbills. Source: Wikkiepedia
2009-08-03 06:14:30
Come get some!
2008-01-01 01:32:34
Terminator's earlier visit.
2007-12-31 07:25:04
This is probably the prosthetic arm of the 15th century robber baron and mercenary Götz von Berlichingen. The arm was way ahead of it's time and could be adjusted to hold anything from a sword to a feather pen.
2007-12-29 17:04:05
It's the iron claw worn by inspector Gadget's nemesis, Doctor Claw.
2007-12-28 22:37:39
2007-12-28 21:19:45
It's a torture machine.
2007-12-28 20:05:55
Obviously a prosthetic arm, early design.
2007-12-28 11:28:22
No caption -1. It's interesting, but without knowing more, it's kind of useless.