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I am the ghillie cowboy.
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23 years old
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April 21, 1991
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Martial Arts, Paintball, Game Cube, Metal Music, Dungeons and Dragons, Resident Evil.

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  1. In Topic: Need Costume Assistance

    05 August 2008 - 11:01 AM

    View PostMASER, on Aug 4 2008, 03:51 PM, said:

    maybe try a cooking store for the apron. The will be more cloth based as apposed to to plastic based like you would get in an industrial supply shop. - When I see that guy/monster, I think of butcher

    Maybe this apron in white? http://www.hickoryri...com/ds-224.html

    If you can find one made of a heaver cloth, you can ruff it up a little with an electric sander the get some used grease and smear it on the apron. The get some fake blood and do the same (smear and splatter). The let it cake on for a few days. If you want you can add some "fresh blood" before you wear it.

    Hope that helps.

    That's what I was thinking, but I was making sure that someone had a better idea.
  2. In Topic: new team logo

    04 August 2008 - 01:58 PM

    View Postlittle_ben, on Aug 4 2008, 11:03 AM, said:

    anybody else have comments or tips how to make it better?

    Its very good. But perhaps it'd be more dynamic if the skull was tilted up or down a little?
  3. In Topic: Does the two party system really work???

    04 August 2008 - 01:57 PM

    View Postslinkyaroo, on Aug 4 2008, 11:39 AM, said:

    You guys vote directly for your new president not the party.


    Nope. I know you're Canadian so you don't know, but I'm just using your statement, because its clear.

    When Americans vote for a president, they're really just filling an opinion poll. The Electoral College votes for the President. The Electoral College is a group of people (one representing each state) who are delegated a number of votes according to the population of their state. They are given the total number of votes in their state for each candidate. Now the Electoral Voter is told by the people to vote for one person, but if they choose they may vote for someone else.

    The most recent example of this is the Florida Electoral Voter in the 2000 Election. However it has happened before. In the Election of 1876, Rutherford B. Hayes and Samuel Tilden ran against each other. Tilden received the majority of popular votes (votes from the people), however Hayes received more electoral votes. Hayes became president.

    The founding fathers did this because:
    A. Its like I've said, it would be difficult to gather everyone together.
    B. They did not believe the common man was intelligent enough to decide the fate of a nation.

    Sad but true. :dodgy:
  4. In Topic: Does the two party system really work???

    04 August 2008 - 10:30 AM

    The reason America is not a true democracy is because back in the olden days, it would be difficult as hell to get everyone to travel to one location and physically vote. However with advanced computer system and the series of tube that we call the internets, I think that a true democracy is possible in America.
  5. In Topic: Does the two party system really work???

    04 August 2008 - 09:22 AM

    There's hundreds of political parties out there.

    http://www.politics1.com/parties.htm

    Theres just a portion of them. Democratic, Republican, Liberal, Reactionary, Conservative, Green...these are just the major ones that get the most support. There's a few more that aren't on that list, one being the one that I belong to: The Centrist Party. Centrists look at a problem, decide the best solution, and vote accordingly.

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