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Falcor panicked whenever I sang "FAALCOOOORRR!" - Not because it's his name... but because it was really, really bad.
Technically, he's my niece's dog. But... I'm not a technician.
Go there, click "Add to iTunes," and get me on your iPod?! Where have I BEEN all your life?!
Falcor is a Shih-tzu.
Postinating the lyrics:
Falcor was a dog...
I mean... he was... a dragon-dog.
Ok, maybe he was... just my dog.
But he was still FALCOR!!
Urinating on the carpet,
Nappinating on the pee-pad,
Chewinating the sofa,
and mom says, "DON'T DO THAAATTT!!"
BUT HE DOES IT ANYWAAAYYY!!!
And the Falcor takes a SIESTAAA!
If you want to download/add the song for some reason, it's on my... space? my... myspace?
It's supposed to be free, but the download button doesn't show! Email me if you want me to send a song.
PS. - Here it is on Revver.
... You know what to do.
Strong Bad is one of the major characters of the Homestar Runner series of animated Flash web cartoons. He is portrayed by Matt Chapman, the principal voice actor and co-founder of the series. Strong Bad enjoys pranking the other characters of the series, along with his ever-diligent lackey pet named "The Cheat" and his older brother Strong Mad. The main segment that Strong Bad is a part of is "Strong Bad Email", in which he answers emails sent to him by fans. Strong Bad Email has turned into several DVDs, as well as a podcast, since its first episode in 2001.
Strong Bad is sometimes referred to as the main antagonist of the series due to his pranks that he, Strong Mad, and The Cheat play on the other characters, and his insulting of his brother Strong Sad. He seems to be a character influenced by the American popular culture trends of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, such as heavy metal music and the second and third generations of video games and video game consoles. Since he is one of the site's most popular characters, merchandise has also spun off of Strong Bad, which includes t-shirts and sweatshirts sold by the website.
Strong Bad has been one of the series most popular characters, and has been well received. In an article by National Review Online, Strong Bad was described as "a non-stop braggart, liar, manipulator, and egotist", but also "one of the coolest characters on the Internet and the real star of Homestarrunner****, which may be the most popular homegrown animation in the world". Segments have been spun off of his emails, including "Teen Girl Squad" a comic drawn by Strong Bad about four teenage friends.
Along with his physically intimidating but mentally limited big brother Strong Mad and his yellow lackey animal-of-unknown-species The Cheat, Strong Bad represents the self-proclaimed criminal element in the series. Many shorts concern the various practical jokes and scams that they perpetrate. Although these "crimes" are usually only slightly malevolent, Strong Bad still acts as if he is a villainous mastermind, and is highly prone to exaggerating his alluring qualities — especially with regards to women. Strong Bad "rules" an area of the fictional universe called Strong Badia. It consists of a barren field, a fence, a tire, and a stop sign reading "Pop: Tire" (Pop meaning population) leaning against a cinder block. Strong Bad said he bought the property from Bubs in one email, although he originally said he ruled it since "diaper school". It was once "haunted" by the ghost of the Tandy 400, Strong Bad's first computer. Besides Strong Badia, he and The Cheat enjoy hanging out at a stick known as "The Stick".
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This is all improv. Dig it. Filmed and edited on 06/22/06.
To be true to ourselves, the alcohol was real.
So... pay no mind to the slurring.
Poker is a family of card games that share betting rules and usually (but not always) hand rankings. Poker games differ in how the cards are dealt, how hands may be formed, whether the high or low hand wins the pot in a showdown (in some games, the pot is split between the high and low hands), limits on bets and how many rounds of betting are allowed. In most modern poker games, the first round of betting begins with some form of forced bet. The action then proceeds to the left. Each player in turn must either match the maximum previous bet or fold, losing the amount bet so far and all further interest in the hand. A player who matches a bet may also raise, increasing the bet. The betting round ends when all players have either matched the last bet or folded. If all but one player fold on any round, the remaining player collects the pot and may choose to show or conceal their hand. If more than one player remains in contention after the final betting round, the hands are shown and the winning hand takes the pot.
With the exception of initial forced bets, money is only placed into the pot voluntarily by a player who, at least in theory, rationally believes the bet has positive expected value. Thus, while the outcome of any particular hand is determined mostly by chance, the long-run expectations of the players are determined by their actions chosen based on probability and psychology.
Click is a 2006 Academy Award-nominated American comedy drama film directed by Frank Coraci and starring Adam Sandler. The film centers on the fictional character Michael Newman (Sandler), an overworked architect so wrapped up in his job because of his boss John Ammer that his family is forced to take the backseat. He gets a "universal remote" from an eccentric store clerk named Morty, and finds he can literally control the universe around him. Filming began in late-2005 and was finished by early-2006. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Makeup. Click was released in North America on June 23, 2006 by Columbia Pictures.
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