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>College is the best time of your life
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Welp, a few seconds slow. Will delete my thread.
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>>6194202
Hey no problem. It happens all the time, mine was a kind of last minute thing anyway.
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>>6194161
I want to tease those little buntestes with my tongue. Feeling him spasming and squirming
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If dubs I'm promoted to mod
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>>6194156
Who cares?
Take it over, make it our own.

It's seriously kind of pathetic that people are throwing a hissyfit refusing a thread because "he's a salty troll wah wah wah."

At this point are you any less of salty bitch for refusing to use the thread?

Old thread died before I could post it. But seriously, people need to get over themselves.
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>>6194235
A good last minute thing
>>6194177
Poor Henrietta
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Isn't there a news network in Canada where the newspeople are all naked?
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>>6194258
if dubs u're promted to my persnal cumdump kuk kys
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>>6194271
Yeah, it's EhBC.
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>>6194263
We aren't going to use your "Keep Pack Street out of /ztg/ general" thread, anon.
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>>6194271
But that's Haram. Why would canada do something considered blasphemy in their arabic culture?
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>>6194271
That guy's dick is way too high
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I can't believe tundralion froze to death
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>>6194271
>Moose
>Not Elk
What are you fucking gay?
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Moana is better than Zootopia...
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>>6194349
Why repeat yourself?
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>>6194258
Reroll
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>>6194349
>>6194349
>Elk

Reminder that Elk are Preds in disguise who hide the fact they eat meat.
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>>6194309
Pretty sure you're replying to Beaver and not the anti-Pack Street saltfag.
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>>6194360
rly maks u suk 3000 diks n die..
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>>6194271
I remember there was a naked news channel well over a decade ago. Not sure if it was Canadian or American, though.
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We still need someone to draw the Pack Streeters wearing Mrs. Wilde's swimsuit...
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>>6194309
Please, I haven't made a thread since before I started posting that Gideon Cucks Bonnie pic.

>>6194370
Yeah, I'm Beav. I'm not injured as much anymore, so I think I'll draw a Nick.

Maybe a Judy.

Or a Travis. You guys like Travis, right?
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>>6194402
Give us a Travis, I haven't seen your Travis
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>>6194402
Do Travis being rimmed by Gideon.
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>>6194402
rather you'd make a Nick and Judy tbqh please
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>>6194054
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1 day away from a week of no nut November.

Looking good lads.
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>>6194161
>people mistake the armbinder for a dildo.
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hello
here a little sheep
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>>6194440
Damn, I've already failed 6 times.
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>>6194327
I liked him. Woulda bought cocoa with, F.
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>>6194465
I hate Bellwether but I don't hate this.
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>>6194465
hi. this is a nice sheep.
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>>6194436
Weaver is doing the thing again.
Stop breaking physics.
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>>6194465
I love smellweather
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>>6194360
>The four highest grossing movies of 2016 are from Disney
How that makes you feel, /ztp/?
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I like how our refusal to use that one guy's thread means that we do now have two or more Zootopia threads at all times.
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any /haibane/ fans out here?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEybGB6reyU

I suppose I'm going to rewatch it sometime soon
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>>6194540
Yeah. But on the other hand, naughty buns.
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>>6194465
>>6194520

Bellwether is cute, hot, fearsome, sadistic, and strong. She's everything you could want in a villain.
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>>6194302
kek
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>>6194465
Is her fleece as white as snow?
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>>6194540
Weirdly enough, stomping your foot angrily and trying to force shit actually doesn't work unless you're interacting with completely spineless shits. But keep trying buddy, maybe the threads will start bending over to whatever you wish if you keep spraying your shit on the walls.
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>>6194483
>>6194503
thank you
>>6194520
no bully
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>>6194360
Hello darkness my old friend...
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>>6194665
ahh, too cute! I don't suppose you have other zoot-draws to share?

also, sign it

S
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https://www.ispot.tv/ad/AOi9/marmot-super-bowl-2016-fall-in-love

Would you a marmot?
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>>6194364
Is there a word for that?
Kinda like how "Weaboo" means someone who wishes they were Japanese, what would you call a Prey who acted like/wished they were a Pred?
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>>6194465
hnnnng qt

lambchops
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>>6194776
wannabite?
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>>6194776
Wannabite?
(Wannabe+Bite)

Kind of an old thing here.
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>>6194776
In the pack street setting they call say "wannabite".
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>>6194776
Wannabite

If Wolves only, then a Wolfaboo
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>mfw it's the calm before the storm
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>>6194776
Meataboo
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>>6194836
Mead?
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>>6194690
oh shit you're right
also thank you
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>>6194869
we need a drawfag named "ale" who'll only do happy silly stuff
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>>6194871

You did this? I've loved this pic for ages.
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>>6194436
give that soda back gud
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>>6194891
yup i did it back in /co/ threads
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>>6194902
Ew, no. It'll have his backwash, so it'll taste like opaki dick.
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We posting sheep now?
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any chance for protoJudy references? My collection is woefully lacking
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>mfw when a smellweather thread
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>>6194944
Yes, but only best sheep.
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>>6194177
Living at college was amazing for me. Never had to cook, just walked down to the dining hall, got food, ate it, then put my plate on the conveyor belt and left.

Had my own room all to myself, with my own bathroom as well, so complete privacy and ability to fap whenever I felt like it.

Easy-going class schedules with lots of free time during the day. Hell, one semester, my Tues/Thurs schedule was just a single class at 7:30am and then nothing the rest of the day.

Only issues were obnoxiously loud assholes (especially at night).

Actually going to college, yeah, that sucked, but LIVING at college, was awesome.
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>>6194976
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>>6194940
>opaki
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>>6194957
>"mfw when"
>my face when when
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>>6194951
That's just regular Judy with a twilight lightning. Proto has hair and a completely different uniform.
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>>6194998
>Eating whole shell peanuts
Why Beav? Why?
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>>6195009
typicaogj on an phonTe IS harD
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>>6194992
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>>6194998
That's a good Travis.

>filename

This is why you keep getting injured.
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>>6194951
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>>6195042
Beav loves the sensation of sucking on a pair of nuts in their container, running his tongue across all the little grooves and ridges, the way the little "hairs" tickle his throat before he swallows.
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>>6195053
10/10
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>>6195053
>not full size version
I'm disappointed in you
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> ‘Finding Dory’ Surpasses ‘Zootopia’ To Become Year’s Top-Grossing Animation

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/box-office-report/trolls-launches-powerful-45m-finding-dory-surpasses-zootopia-become-years-top-grossing-animation-144587.html

How does this make you feel?
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>>6195053
>>6195090
>>6195107
One of Visiti's greatest pictures.
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>>6195088
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>>6194951
k
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>>6194436
>>6194902
>>6194940
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>>6195073
Seriously, you have to stop. Your edits are really creepy.
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>>6195113
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>>6195129
>That carrot pen diagram
But... where's the record button?
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>>6195113
I'm indifferent.
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>>6194902
>>6195146
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>>6195113
I'm genuinely surprised. Is inflation really becoming that bad, or was the marketing for Dory that much over the top?
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>>6190071
For the dead thread.
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>>6195164
You squeeze it hard.

Judy always forgets and has to clear off the squeals of delight and of her shouting Nick's name before work.
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>>6195164
>expecting artists to be designers

cute
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>>6195147
Don't give him any (You)s and he'll stop with his retarded memeing.
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>>6195107
Isn't there a fully coloured version of this?
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>>6195113
I can't say I'm surprised. Finding Nemo was hugely popular, so it makes sense that the sequel is going to be even more popular.

The thing to note is that Zootopia did just as good even though it didn't have a pre-existing fanbase helping its numbers, like Finding Dory did.

It just means that 2topia is going to push the revenue bar even higher.
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>>6195194
Dory had a shitton of marketing. You can still find dory cereal at my grocery store
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>>6195218
But, literally every other piece of functionality is there. I'm not looking for a mechanical explanation of the insides, but if you're gonna list out how the buttons work on a recorder pen, you'd think they'd also include the actual recording part somewhere

>>6195119
Thanks.

>>6195258
No, I never made one
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>>6195278
Plus it had like a decade of hype behind it.

It having more revenue than Zootopia isn't surprising. >>6195273's point still stands.
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>>6195278
And on the flip side, Zootopia didn't have much marketing outside of the usual commercials and movie theater cardboard cut-out displays.

In fact, the commercials for Zootopia made me think the movie was dumb.

>Oh look, yet another "anthro animals in a human-like society doing non-animal things" movie. How original
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>>6195113
>Pixar sequel to one of the most cherished Pixar movies of the past

It was expected. That Zootopia managed to do so well with zero marketing is the surprising part.
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>>6195107
>>6194998
>>6194422
Travis is a cute and Traveon is the best ship. Post all the Travis.
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>>6195113
It's fine. It's still a damn good accomplishment that Zootopia reached a billion dollars. It means that we're pretty much guaranteed a sequel, even if it takes a while.
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>>6195183
>Goat-chan.png

>>6195205
Poor mammals. Even here is raining.
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>>6195146
>>6195183
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>>6195346
Damn it Donk
Weavalope can get through that easily!
He already has!
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>>6195336
It's even better when you imagine that Travis went to tell his parents his preferences and his father beat him to death.
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>>6195227
Duly noted.
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>>6195371
ebin maymay, anon
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>>6195371
What is it with you and dads beating their gay sons anon?
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>>6195368
>Thinking a mere door can stop him
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>>6195371
Why you gotta do this?
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>>6195386
>>6195392
>>6195410

Because you never see Travis again. You see Gideon, but you never see Travis.

Travis was lynched for being a fag. He was beaten, and beaten, and beaten until he bled in places no weasel should bleed
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>>6195042
>>6195073
>>6195088
>>6195120
Whole shell peanuts are delicious and crunchy, thank you very much.

>>6195336
Might draw more later, I got an idea for a Traveon thing but I might not be skilled enough to do it.

>>6195392
I know, right?
I'd rather the dads beat off to their gay sons.

Speaking of which, Nick X Nick's Dad when?
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>>6194161
Is this a new Alec I see, or just a rare one?
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>>6195476
He was at the bakery while his husband was delivering pies to Bonny and Stu.
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>>6194944
How could anyone hate this sheep
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>>6194258
There is a statute of limitations you know.
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>>6195554
New.
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>>6195564
That belly-grabbing though
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>>6195129
>>6195164
>How pen work?
Recording is triggered by a double-click, obviously.
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Can you guys post some non-comcy lewd screencaps?
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>>6195604
I can always go for more Savage.
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bunny
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>>6195113
We had a good run
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>>6195294
I mean I think I remember see a coloured version that was made by other anon?

Gonna check my picture collection and see if I already saved it.
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looking through the first posts on #zootopia when suddenly...
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>>6195779
cutebun
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>>6195779
That is a good bun
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>>6196023
That is not a bun
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>>6196023
You just know she's wanting him to tonguepunch her fartbox.
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>>6196030
About time someone remembered Tirrel exists
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>>6195779
>>6196023
Good buns
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>>6196057
She is one hundred percent pureblooded bun.

>>6196062
LEWD!
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>>6195209
>>6195294
I bought (the latest) sonic screwdriver, and it works by holding one side of it with your index/middle finger, then touching a specific spot on the other side with your thumb.

I'm not sure what it works on, but I'm assuming capacitive, since it doesn't work if you put cloth on it before doing the above, no matter how hard you squeeze.
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>>6196071
>>6195909
thank you! it's been a while since i drew zootopia fanart trying to get used it again
>>6195917
this is a cute bun
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>>6196184
You got a name?
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>>6196223
Finnick is such a dick.

Also I swear I've read a fic like this before.
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>>6196269
gud?
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>>6196223
i know it's finnick but with your style i literally only see midget(labjer) nick
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>>6196292
yes.
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>>6196315
Might as well get to it while the body's still warm.
*unzips dick*
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>>6195706
Comfy*
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>>6196332
>you and your husband will never anally muzzlefuck and lick each other's prostates.

Being a human in a world without anthros is terrible.
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>>6195779
What's your blog?
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>>6196297
k
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has this been translated?
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>>6196284
Well, there's greens both con and noncon.
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>>6196544
More AU-where-everything-is-the-same-but-Judy-is-taller-than-Nick by any chance?
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>>6196635
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>>6196608
Yeah, grabbing the typeset pages now.
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>>6196030
>Macro fetishist
No thank you
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>>6196608
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what if I never achieve my full potential?
what if I never get my life together?
everything I do seems fucking useless
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>>6196698
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>>6196648
Why is this my favorite AU?
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>>6196710
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>>6196724
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>>6196735
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>>6196741
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>>6196708
Try everything
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>>6196184
Its super fluid. Love how wavey the lines are, and how squishy the body seems.

Your art is really familiar...
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>>6196713
Because if she's this tall, she can easily kiss him while he's got the knot in?
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>>6196708
There's always different methods to attack life and its challenges. You'll find it out, anon. Don't let the "what-ifs" stop or discourage you. I believe in you.
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Keep the dream alive
>Betty gives Remmy a footjob
>Also demonstrates her flexability
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>>6196678
Macro is a shit fetish.

Micro is a top tier fetish.
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>>6196853
I dunno, I just like the idea of Judy being a big freakin' bun next to Nick. I wanna see the reverse of that pose where Nick is leaning on Judy's head.
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>>6196947
Forgot the gt, damnit
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>>6196698
>>6196710
>>6196724
>>6196735
>>6196741
>>6196752
thanks dude
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Let's put aside all our predator/prey differences and get wasted.
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>>6197093

oh boy
is it time to #kissallwolves?
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>>6196713
Because Judy having a larger frame means having room for even more of all the traits we love about her?

Also, I just found about this AU and now I need all there is of it.
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are you guys posting oc ? do your thread have some ?refs?
>>6196835
i don't know what you're talking about haha
thank you!
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>>6197093
I want to see that fat dadwolf howl from getting rimmed
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>>6197093
>That belly and frame

This is a samesize vore artist isn't it?
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>>6197110
Maybe after I get a few more drinks in me.
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smooch
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>>6197137

no
he's just always been a fatwolf
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>>6197137
Not as far as I know? And I'm the artist
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>>6197093
I'll drink to that.
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>>6197173
>>6197175
So that picture isn't gonna end with the wolf eating the rabbit?

Thank god
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>>6197110

#kissallwolves ?

Canidae is gonna get ready, in that case.
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>>6197126
Do you have an art blog?
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>>6197126
refs!
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>>6197112
Thats all I drew. Feel free to request more from others.
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How's everyone's end of the weekend going?

>>6197126
The threads love OCs! You should definitely check out Inky's Shorty Squad if you wanna see some awesome characters.

http://inkyfrog.tumblr.com/

Adn I'm sure if you do a request for people's Zoosonas, they'll come out in droves!

>>6197093
Lucius! I didn't know you hung out in the threads! Welcome, buddy!

That's an awesome picture. You have such an amazing style! For some reason the way you draw bigger characters reminds me of early 90's cartoons.
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>>6197172
Pls be nice to cubs, no smooching until they're at least 13.
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>>6197233

hello, vrbit!

Are you ready to #kissallwolves? It's the latest thing.
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>>6197256
>hell is warm
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>>6197236
But Sky(e)'s not an OC.

Ostensibly.
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>>6197280
Uh, well, I mean, if it was a nice wolf, maybe a peck on the cheek.
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>>6197126

I will leave this ref album here just in case

http://imgur.com/a/Hqbf9
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>>6197313
Male or female wolves?
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>>6197126
cat
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>>6197347
The hashtag says #kissallwolves, not #kissawolfofaparticulargender.
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>>6197126
here's some list of OCs, but it's very old because journal anon has been busy recently I think

http://pastebin.com/n2g2hmWK
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>>6197132
He would thoroughly enjoy that. Though he'd never outwardly admit it..
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>>6197376

So VRBit won't kiss wolves except for on the cheek, but he will climb on top of them while they're sleeping and use their tits as pillows?
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>>6197313
For being so anti-prey, Lucius is getting awfully chummy with these bunnies..
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>>6197376
#bullyallbuns
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>>6197408
Maybe he doesn't like kissing?
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>>6197233
Thank you! I haven't been in the threads much lately but I drop by from time to time. And I definitely was influenced by a lot of those 90s shows heheh.
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https://picarto.tv/nobbydraws
https://picarto.tv/nobbydraws

gonna stream for a little, any draw requests?


>>6195779
>>6196184
>>6197126
OH SHIT NICE BUNS DUDE
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Since we we're posting sheep, i might as well shill my art lel
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>>6197408
Hey, you don't know if I climbed up! Maybe I was asleep and then Canidae was about to eat me, but then she fell asleep before she could!

>>6197431
Lucius isn't anti-prey! He's just very, very pro-wolf! That's what Canidae told me, and she's a politician, so I trust everything she says.

>>6197434
RUDE!

>>6197477
Hey, let's not start baseless rumors, here...
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>>6197194
Hmm, nah he's still full from dinner.
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>>6197531
I request you have a nice day.
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>>6197531
Have you ever drawn any of the Shorty Squad?
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>>6197543
I like it! Sheered Remmy is underrepresented.
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Would you all kiss a panther? We do have big soft lips?
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>>6197531
Draw tall judy!>>6197112
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>>6197595
who

>>6197581
I'm gonna slam whiskey and play competitive games later so that's pretty shot
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>>6197543
were* fuck
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>>6197622
http://inkyfrog.tumblr.com/

Maxine, Hugh and Percy?
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>>6197186
I think my wolf would get along well with Gideon. Anyone who can cook is good in his book.
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>>6197531
I know it's late, but did you draw anything for Halloween? I would request sloth in costume
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>>6195205
Requester here, thanks dude!
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Posting WIP
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>>6197619
What I really want with panthies is to scratch them, make them purr, play with their long sleek tail~
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>>6197732
Christmas came early this year..
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>>6197758
>christmas

FLOOF

>>6197732
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>>6197701
A sloth in costume a week after Halloween is fitting
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>>6197531
Judy knocking Nick out while sparring
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>>6197386
>no Fournier
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>>6197531
Hey nobby!

I'd like to formally request a new Nick/Honey lewd, if you wouldn't mind.

And have a good evening.
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>>6197743
Well, if you scratch around the base of my tail, i would involuntarily raised my ass up.~
> Inb4 buttstuff
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>>6197543
Poor Rem. He looks so cold...
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>>6197206

>>6197531
FUCK
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>>6197543
That Elvis hair tho.
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>>6197401
The public denial is half the fun.
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>>6197869
thank, you're great.
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>>6197545
Well I guess we have to find out then eh.

smooch
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>>6197869
lmao sorry
the eye highlights gave it away immediately
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>>6197892
Look, just because that's a golden holland lop doesn't mean that's a picture of me. Don't get any wrong ideas.
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>>6197908
SPILL THE BEANS SLOTH

WHO ARE THEY
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>>6197849
Honestly I'm surprised there isn't art of this. Cats of all sizes would probably do that, no matter how "straight" they are.

(lookin' at you sal)
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>>6197732
Hubba hubba.
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>>6197732
This is a WIP? Cause it looks great already. Excellent job as always!
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>>6197935
How do you think she discovered how much he liked it?
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>>6197926
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>>6197935
Its our specious dirty secret.
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>>6197313
Don't kiss him, he has nasty cigar breath.
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>>6197993
Thanks, found me a new artist to follow.
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>>6197869
YES
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>>6197647
here ya go
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>>6198174
Nice. Shorty Squad, Thug Lyfe 4ever, yo.
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>>6198174
>that percy
zootopia rhythm game when
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>>6198174
>>6198174
Thaaaank you buddy!
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>>6197923
that can't be a holland lop, the ears are straight

all lops have floppy ears
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>>6198104
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>>6198207
No kidding? I thought they were just letting their ears flop. Do some bunnies have different kinds o ears?
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>>6197531
travis lewds
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Behold, the best AU.

Zoo La Topia

Featuring Niyuko Wiltoi.

AKA I need to be stopped.
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What are you all listening to right now?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyu04pqC8lE
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6hP71NL6rY
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>>6197923
sloot
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>>6198271
>Time to Jack Off.jpg
Who would Judy be?
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdAgj34G4tg

>>6198294
STILL NOT ME!
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5byxSgCDDo
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>>6194161
I'm just here for the OP; I fucking love anything bondage
What's up you guys, do you just fill these threads with porn or what?
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>>6198271
Hey that's a nice crossover bro-
>crosdressing nick
Well now
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>>6198299
Mako.
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>>6198274
https://youtu.be/X4bgXH3sJ2Q
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnOmT70JAto
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ibl6YTX6X1s

>>6194871
>>6194465
>>6194665
Hey faggot (man that sounds harsh) - I love Bellweather and she does not get enough fanart. Thank you so much for contributing your talent - any more you'd do would be the illest!
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>>6198319
Its literally just Nick in Senketsu.
Just as it should be.
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymbw2R3uIqc
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>>6198271
>Watching garbage anime made by the literal "We have the ability to animate well but only tell garbage stories that appeal to the lowest common denominator" Trigger/Gainax
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69FQpspWnpg
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>>6198294
There was a picture of these buns kissing, but with a headset and Cutie's eyes. Anyone got it?
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>>6197620
gotcha
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>>6198425
>>6198307
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>>6198441
>foxlet
too close to home reeeeeeee
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>>6198320
I can dig it.

>LONG AGO IN A DISTANT CITY
>I, JUDY, THE SHAPESHIFTING MASTER OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
>UNLEASHED UNSPEAKABLE PARKING FINES
>BUT A FOOLISH VULPINE WARRIOR, WIELDING A MAGIC HUSTLE
>STEPPED FORTH TO OPPOSE ME
>BEFORE THE FINAL BLOW WAS STRUCK, I TORE OPEN HIS TAX RECORDS, AND FLUNG HIM INTO A BUDDY COP FILM
>WHERE MY HUSTLES ARE LAW
>NOW THE FOOL SEEKS TO RETURN TO THE LAW
>AND UNDO THE EVIL THAT IS TAX EVASION
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>>6198450
whyyyyyyyy
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Hey, don't know if you're here, JackFields, but it's me, anon from last week! Had a chance to go over Shadowbun this weekend, and while I dig it and would read more, I'm not really certain I have any real criticism to give.

Part of it I feel is basically the same risk one runs when doing a crossover with any universe that has a lot of detail to it. In this case, while I am into cyberpunk and futuristic settings, I'm not really into sort of Tolkienesque fantasy ones, and that in turn makes me worry that there are things that I'm missing because I lack the relevant background, so I don't "get" things and don't even notice that I'm missing them.

This is sort of an issue with large universes that it's tough to write through, because short of explaining things directly (which jumps into show don't tell), it might rely on readers to fill in the blanks. For example, Finnick being a giant sort-of magician, who can disguise Nick as a different species who is also large but doesn't provide the same strength as one would expect. I actually think that was handled fairly well there, but you get my point. Same thing with "mages" in the Halloween piece, or what a "master" is. I'm usually not sure if I'm missing out on something because I don't have this prior knowledge, and even if I'm not it would probably be weird to add author's notes or something at the end.

Anyway, I don't actually know if it would help, but if you're continuing this, maybe it might be better to stick with already established characters rather than one off (I'm assuming) OCs? Might make it easier to keep track of, although then again it might hamper it for readers who do know Shadowrun. This is, of course, entirely at your discretion.

Hope that whatever little I've given here helps. Will save it in case you're not around this thread.
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>>6198402
>garbage stories
Are you telling me you didn't watch Inferno Cop and see it for the HIGH ART it is?
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>>6198441
Noice, Nobby
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>>6198441
Nick, just keep saying "How's the weather up there?" to make her feel self-conscious!
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>>6198370
Sweet choice in music, Anon.
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BabieiQWl2o
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>>6198450
That's the one.
>>6198471
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>>6198441
Thanks nobbly
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAyVNHOGmII
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>>6198513
Thanks m8
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>>6197349
cool cat
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TM3BIOvEJSw
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>>6198674
Ahhhh thank you so much anonymous drawfag!
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>>6198674
For real though, who are you? I really want to follow your tumblr. Your art's great.
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>>6198674
we need some fanartfanart of this guy getting caught
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>>6197349
>>6198674
Why the hook hand?
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>>6198869
from replyanon's comic, he lost his hand/arm in the nighthowler attacks
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>>6198869
Because he's a pirate
YARR HARR YIPPITY DEE
POISONING CHILDREN IS ALRIGHT TO ME~
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>>6198869
Lazy costume.
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>>6198886
Link to comic?
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>>6198953
http://imgur.com/a/5tHEQ

Read it to the end.
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When's the Zootopia Beach Episode
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>>6198869
He's still mad at Judy for the chaos she caused so he surgically attaches a hook to his hand to spook children at night.

Cool story though
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>>6198997
>asking this in a pack street thread
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>>6199043
>being butthurt about fan content

(You)
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>>6198997
close enough
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>>6199091
Insert pawpad ree post
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>>6198274
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_00O4KWBxY
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>>6199091
RIP Finnick

F
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>>6199228
>>6199240
>>6199254
>>6199264
>>6199280

tl;dr
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>>6199265
>You will never live in this high of a definition ever
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>>6196635
Not really an AU, but this artist did a couple of pics.
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I was also pleased to be announced into the room by Mayor Webb, who said to me "You know, I'd love to stay but I've got important business. My Broncos are in the Super Bowl," and he had to leave to catch a plane, and I bid him Godspeed, because after all, first things first. And so he is on his way.
I also am very grateful to all of you for the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award to spotlight outstanding city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand tve used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
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It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children from all backgrounds to both appreciate the arts but also to have their talents tapped into, so that they can make a contribution. We recently recognized a number of city programs around the country at a celebration in the White House, and story after story was told about how the work that was being done in these arts programs that many of you have supported and sponsored was making a difference between lives of hopefulness and lives of despair.
Young people learn differently. Not everyone learns the same way, and many young people have talents that would otherwise go untapped if they were not exposed to an arts program in the school, in an afterschool program and in a summer program. And so I want to thank you for making the arts once again central to the life of our cities and the life of our young people in those cities.
After all, what is a city but people? And throughout our history, we have seen cities come and go, we have seen them reach great heights, we have seen them fall back and be lost forever.
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>>6199306
But anon, you can.
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But what we know is that hardworking citizens, citizens who have a vision of the future, have created the great cities of our nation and the world.
And within those cities, it is vibrant neighborhoods that really create the life that we look to when we think of a city. And you understand better than many of us in our country today the enormous challenges that cities face as we approach the 21st century. But you can also take great credit -- and I hope you will -- for what you have achieved in the last several years.
I saw some of you wearing a button about our cities being safer. They are safer, and that is one of the tangible results of the partnership between a president who understood what needed to be done to give you the tools and resources you required to meet the most basic need of any city -- making sure our citizens were safe from crime and violence. I want to thank you, because when we see those statistics come out, as we have now for five years in a row, that crime and violence is going down nationwide, we know that it is because of the hard work in the cities and neighborhoods of America taking the tools that this president provided, that is really making the difference. So I want to congratulate you and thank you.
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I was also pleased to be announced into the room by Mayor Webb, who said to me "You know, I'd love to stay but I've got important business. My Broncos are in the Super Bowl," and he had to leave to catch a plane, and I bid him Godspeed, because after all, first things first. And so he is on his way.
I also am very grateful to all of you for the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award to spotlight outstanding city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership
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>>6199318
Ooh, and who is this artist?
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The work you do every single day on behalf of your cities is such that I know you're thinking about not just the present, although that is very demanding of your time, but what your contribution will be in your service to ensuring that our cities -- your city -- has the kind of future it deserves to have for the people who live there.
MRS. CLINTON: (Applause.)
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But what we know is that hardworking citizens, citizens who have a vision of the future, have created the great cities of our nation and the world.
And within those cities, it is vibrant neighborhoods that really create the life that we look to when we think of a city. And you understand better than many of us in our country today the enormous challenges that cities face as we approach the 21st century. But you can also take great credit -- and I hope you will -- for what you have achieved in the last several years.
I saw some of you wearing a button about our cities being safer. They are safer, and that is one of the tangible results of the partnership between a president who undeMayor Webb, who said to me "You know, I'd love to stay but I've got important business. My Broncos are in the Super Bowl," and he had to leave to catch a plane, and I bid him Godspeed, because after all, first things first. And so he is on his way.
I also am very grateful to all of you for the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award to spotlight outstanding city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that have used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children frrstood what needed to be done to give you
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It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children from all backgrounds to both appreciate the arts but also to have their talents tapped into, so that they can make a contribution. We recently recognized a number of city programs around the country at a celebration in the White House, and story after story was told about how the work that was being done in these arts programs that many of you have supported and sponsored was making a difference between lives of hopefulness and lives of despair.
Young people learn differently. Not everyone learns the same way, and many young people have talents that would otherwise go untapped if they were not exposed to an arts program in the school, in an afterschool program and in a summer program. And so I want to thank you for making the arts once again central to the life of our cities and the life of our young people in those cities.
After all, what is a city but people? And throughout our history, we have seen cities come and go, we hav
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>>6199318
I fucking love this artist, but for the life of me can't remember their name

Have some cuties in return
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But what we know is that hardworking citizens, citizens who have a vision of the future, have created the great cities of our nation and the world.
And within those cities, it is vibrant neighborhoods that really create the life that we look to when we think of a city. And you understand better than many of us in our country today the enormous challenges that cities face as we approach the 21st century. But you can also take great credit -- and I hope you will -- for what you have achieved in the last several years.
I saw some of you wearing a button about our cities being safer. They are safer, and that is one of the tangible results of the partnership between a president who undeMayor Webb, who said to me "You know, I'd love to stay but I've got important business. My Broncos are in the Super Bowl," and he had to leave to catch a plane, and I bid him Godspeed, because after all, first things first. And so he is on his way.
I also am very grateful to all of you for the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award to spotlight outstanding city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that have used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children frrstood what needed to be done to give you the tools and resources you required to meet the
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FIRST LADY HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON REMARKS AT U.S. CONFERENCE OF MAYORS WINTER MEETING
CAPITAL HILTON HOTEL
WASHINGTON, D.C.
MRS. CLINTON: (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you so much. Thank you, Deedee (ph), for that kind introduction. Thank you for your leadership and the work that you have done on behalf of issues that are critical to young people and the future of our cities.
I am very pleased to join all of you. I know that you had a meeting searlier today at the White House with my husband. I know that not just because I knew what was on his schedule, but I could hear you. (Laughter.) The enthusiasm and the energy that was on display in that meeting just permeated the entire White House complex. And I think that's a good sign for the feelings that we have about what is happening in our cities, their promise, their growth. And it is very exciting for me to meet with the people who are leading the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeting, and to enjoy some of that good New Orleans hospitality.
You know, the time in which we meet here in 1999 is really an opportunity for us to take stock of where wee are as a nation, the progress that we've made to celebrate it, to be grateful for it, but to look forward as well to the kinds of cities, the kind of country we want to have in the 21st century.
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>>6199432
What about ovapack? Its right there.
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Mr joker, why do you spend your weekends like this?
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>>6199459
Ovopack only did that one image for zootopia
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>>6199432
>that junk in the trunk on judy
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turning some of the toughest big city systems around, and you're making progress in continuing to work to ensure that medium-sized and smaller cities have the schools they need to prepare our children for the 21st century.
The president's initiative to put 100,000 new teachers in the classrooms really mirrors the initiative to put 100,000 police on our streets.

And they come from the same impetus -- that we understood very clearly when Bill ran for president that our police were both outmanned and outgunned, that we had to have more police, we had to have tougher gun laws, we had to have a Brady Law, we had to once again right the imbalance that existed between criminals and law enforcement.
Well, in our classrooms, we have too many children in too many classrooms overwhelming our teachers. It is very difficult when you have, as we do in many city systems -- and not just our giant cities, but medium-sized and even smaller cities -- children coming into the classroom for whom English is not only not their first language, but who are part of classes where you have 10, 12, 50, 100 different languages and dialects represented.
We know that we can only deal with this problem at the classroom and school level, and part of what the president's initiative is intended to do is to give you again the tools and the resources to make a difference in your school systems. We have to close the education gap if we expect our cities and our nation to thrive into the next century, and that means ensuring that all children have access to a quality education. And that's impossible to imagine achieving if there are so many children in the early grades that they cannot get the attention they need to get their feet solidly on the ground when it comes to learning English, reading well, being able to move forward in the education system.
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>>6199459
OvO what's this

... I'll show myself out.
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you very much. Thank you so much. Thank you, Deedee (ph), for that kind introduction. Thank you for your leadership and the work that you have done on behalf of issues that are critical to young people and the future of our cities.
I am very pleased to join all of you. I know that you had a meeting searlier today at the White House with my husband. I know that not just because I knew what was on his schedule, but I could hear you. (Laughter.) The enthusiasm and the energy that was on display in that meeting just permeated the entire White House complex. And I think that's a good sign for the feelings that we have about what is happening in our cities, their promise, their growth. And it is very exciting for me to meet with the people who are leading the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeting, and to enjoy some of that good New Orleans hospitality.
You know, the time in which we meet here in 1999 is really an opportunity for us to take stock of where wee are as a nation, the progress that we've made to celebrate it, to be grateful for it, but to look forward as well to the kinds of cities, the kind of country we want to have in the 21st century.
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adership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that hamedium-sized and smaller cities have the schools they need to prepare our children for the 21st century.
The president's initiative to put 100,000 new teachers in the classrooms really mirrors the initiative to put 100,000 police on our streets.

And they come from the same impetus -- that we understood very clearly when Bill ran for president that our police were both outmanned and outgunned, that we had to have more ve used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children frrstood what needed to be do
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adership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that hamedium-sized and smaller cities have the schools they need to prepare our children for the 21st century.
The president's initiative to put 100,000 new teachers in the classrooms really mirrors the initiative to put 100,000 police on our streets.

And they come from the same impetus -- that we understood very clearly when Bill ran for president that our police were both outmanned and outgunned, that we had to have more ve used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children frrstoarly when Bill ran for president that our police were both outmanned and outgunned, that we had to have more ve used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children frrstood what needed to be do
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>You now realise that every single frame of the movie is this high quality; this isn't a promotional piece done for advertisement purposes
We live in the future
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ritical to young people and the future of our cities.
I am very pleased to join all of you. I know that you had a meeting searlier today at the White House with my husband. I know that not just because I knew what was on his schedule, but I could hear you. (Laughter.) The enthusiasm and the energy that was on display in that meeting just permeated the entire White House complex. And I think that's a good sign for the feelings that we have about what is happening in our cities, their promise, their growth. And it is very exciting for me to meet with the people who are leading the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeting, and to enjoy some of that good New ear you. (Laughter.) The enthusiasm and the energy that was on display in that meeting just permeated the entire White House complex. And I think that's a good sign for the feelings that we have about what is happening in our cities, their promise, their growth. And it is very exciting for me to meet with the people who are leading the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeme, but what your contribution will be in your service to ensuring that our cities -- your city -- has the kind of future it deserves to have for the people who live there.
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Hey jokerposter, tell us another joke
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n display in that meeting just permeated the entire White House complex. And I think that's a good sign for the feelings that we have about what is happening in our cities, their promise, their growth. And it is very exciting for me to meet with the people who are leading the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeme, but what youg city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that have used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children from all backgrounds to both appreciate the arts but also to have their talents tapped into, so that they can make a contribution. We recently recognized a number of city programs around the country at a celebration in the White House, and story after story was told about how the work thr contribution will be in your service to ensuring that our cities -- your city -- has the kind of future it deserves to have for the people who live there.
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n display in that meeting just permeated the entire White House complex. And I think that's a good sign for the feelings that we have about what is happening in our cities, their promise, their growth. And it is very exciting for me to meet with the people who are leading the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeme, but what youg city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that have used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children from all backgrounds to both appreciate the arts but also to have their talents tapped into, so that they can make a contribution. We recently recognized a number of city programs around the country at a celebration in the White House, and story after story was told about how the work thr contribution will be in your service to enasfuture it deserves to have for the people who live there.
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Oh great. This guy again.
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>>6199403
>>6199432
Liki.
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>>6199073
>responding
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>>6199472
>implying...
bot.
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ing to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeme, but what youg city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that have used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly understand better today how the arts can have an extraordinary impact on the future of young people, particularly those who are at-risk.
It is up to all of us to ensure that our schools and our cities provide opportunities for children from all backgrounds to both appreciate the arts but also to have their talents tapped into, so that they can make a contribution. We recently recognized a number of ng the effort on behalf of the cities of our country. I also will certainly take to heart Deedee's (ph) offhanded suggestion that I join you again. I understand after Mayor Morales' description of what you're going to be doing in New Orleans, that you're going to be deluged with requests for people to be part of that meeme, but what youg city arts programs for at- risk youth. I understand that you had a gala last night and I understand that Mayor Riley (ph) was recognized, as well he should be for his leadership.
But I have been in many of your cities visiting many programs that have used the arts for many purposes. Certainly we now understand -- perhaps better than we did even 10 years ago -- how the arts can be an engine for economic development and opportunity. And we certainly un - your city -- has the kind of future it deserves to have for the people who live there.
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>>6199537
Well, depends on where you get the screencaps
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Now if only videogames were the same way. At least on PC.
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>>6199619
Post script nigga
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>>6197830
I'll add him right now. Who came up with him, or was he a thread collective like JHT?
Anyone want to provide a synopsis of the character?
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>>6199630
You really need a mega beast of a rig to render all that fur
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You've also done a tremendous job in revitalizing our urban centers with economic opportunity, and unemployment is the lowest it's been. And we have certainly made good on the promise that was put forward to the cities that we would work hand-in-hand with you to make sure welfare reform was achievable. And we've got a lot of good success stories to point to. But I know and you know that there's still a lot of hard work to do. When it comes to welfare reform, we have to remain vigilant. We have to be ved into work and we've had some very gratifying results. I was recently talking with one of the CEOs who's part of the president's welfare to work effort, and he told me how surprised he was at how successful they've been in moving people into jobs who were coming off of welfare. But you know and I know that there is a group of people for whom the easy part is over; there's a lot of tough work ahead to meet the multiple needs of people -- both medical needs, health needs, psychological needs, education and training needs -- that we're still going to have to try to find better ways of addressing.creative and flexible in determining what works best. And because of the extraordinary economic opportunity that's been created in the last six years, we have taken care of large numbers of people who could be moved into work and we've had some very gratifying results. I was recently talking with one of the CEOs who's part of the president's welfare to work effort, and he told me how s
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>>6199578
Thanks anon.
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This was a fuckin comfy night, too. New/old artist came back, comic was around, shit was cool, then Joker had to show up. Is it just him trying to kick out comic?
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>>6199588

He's done it again!
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>>6198174
G A N G
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Joker post the script
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nsurance coverage through the president's initiative, the children's health insurance program, so-called CHIP, is very critical to the health of the cities and their budgets and the counties as well. Because we know that there is a lot of uninsured, uncompensated care that is going to end up somewhere, or else we will begin turning people away.
Now, county hospitals, city hoYou also know that despite the extraordinarily good news about unemployment, there are pockets of unemployment that are still far too high in our cities, people who have not yet been brought into the mainstream of the economy, and we have to do all we can to make that a my, and we have to do all we can to make that a reality as well. And in the president's budget there are some very creative ways of addressing that remaining problem of how we make sure that prosperity is spread to every American in every part of our land in every city, no matter what its size. (Applause.)
We also have unfinished business when it cospitals have been the last resort for many people who have nowhere else to go. In the president's budget, we're also going to try to put in some funding that will help create more of a network among public health centers, city an
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Some of us could have it. I'm lucky enough to be one of them.

Ubisoft stop downgrading.
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>>6199676
It's just him being an autist. Nobody bought any of his bull, so he just reverted to his spamming ways I guess.
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Well, in our classrooms, we have too many children in too many classrooms overwhelming our teachers. It is very difficult when you have, as we do in many city systems -- and not just our giant cities, but medium-sized and even smaller cities -- children coming into the classroom for whom English is not only not their first language, but who are part of classes where you have 10, 12, 50, 100 different languages and dialects represented.
We know that we can only deal with this problem at the classroom and school level, and part of what the president's initiative is intended to do is to give you again the tools and the resources to make a difference in your school systems. a
lp create more of a network among public health centers, city and county facilities, charitable institutions so that we can have a true health- care safety net. But you will have to be part of making sure that the proposal
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>>6199676
He resorts to spamming whenever his false-flagging doesn't work.
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>>6198507
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>>6199676
That wasn't already obvious to you, anon?
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forth are practical and workable, and we will need your guidance on that.
If we look at this whole range of issues, whether it is crime and violence going down so our neighborhoods and our parks are finally thankfully getting safer, or whether it is education and the challenge we face with our children, unemployment and economic opportunity in every poor neighborhood, in every Indian community - - everywhere Americans need that extra enterprise and assistance -- whether it is continuing the work on welfare reform, whether it is also focusing on health care so we are sure that we have a financially stable system that truly provides quality health care to all Americans, this is the kind of family agenda that is worthy of the American people that the president outlined in his state of the union. It is an agenda that is worth fighting for and will bear results on behalf of our people.
But you know better than most that if we just pass programs, even as challenging as it may be to pass some of the programs that are part of the president's family agenda and his agenda for the cities and livable communities, that still really falls on your shoulders to make sure that whatever is passed in Washington is implemented effectively at the local level. You are the ones that truly make those programs work, that bring communities together, that create systems of consensus-building that will enable us to put into action what we all dream of, which is to continue building on the progress that we have seen made in the last six years.
I think we have a special opportunity to focus our communities on the kinds of places we want them to be in the years to come, because we do stand at this unique moment. We're at the end of the ce
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>>6199765
No bully the fox >:T
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>>6199699
4chanX helps a lot, that's all i can say...
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Look on the bright side, we had an amazing day and night that's gonna continue being amazing despite this.
We got an art tennis between inky, donk, gud and weaver, I consider today a great day.
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at the beginning of a new millennium. Now, if we do nothing about that, it will come and go without any of our interference or even acknowledgment. The century will end, the new millennium will begin.
But I think it gives us a tremendous opportunity to take stock of who we are, where we are, and where we want to be. People around the country are beginning to really get excited about this end-of-century, end-of-millennium time period. Certainly there are reasons why we would have this occurrence commemorated, whether we did it on a community basis or not. There are going to be millennium products, we've got the Y2K issue we have to deal with. Some people are already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
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to really get excited about this end-of-century, end-of-millennium time period. Certainly there are reasons why we would have this occurrence commemorated, whether we did it on a community basis or not. There are going to be millennium products, we've got the Y2K issue we have to deal with. Some people are already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the
If we look at this whole range of issues, whether it is crime and violence going down so our neighborhoods and our parks are finally thankfully getting safer, or whether it is education and the challenge we face with our children, unemployment and economic opportunity in every poor neighborhood, in every Indian community - - everywhere Americans need that extra enterprise and assistance -- whether it is continuing the work on welfare reform, whether it is also focusing on health care so we are sure that we have a financially stable system that truly provides quality health care to all Americans, this is the kind of family agenda that is worthy of the American people that the president outlined in his state of the union. It is an agenda that is worth fighting for and will bear results on behalf of our people.
But you know better than most that if we just pass programs, even as challenging as it may be mmu an work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
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re already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the
If we look at this whole range of issues, whether it is crime and violence going down so our neighborhoods and our parks are finally thankfully getting safer, or whether it is education and the challenge we face with our children, unemployment and economic opportunity in every poor neighborhood, in every Indian community - - everywhere Americans need that extra enterprise and assistance -- whether it is continuing the work on welfare reform, whether it is also focusing on health cag about that, it will come and go without any of our interference or even acknowledgment. The century will end, the new millennium will begin.
But I think it gives us a tremendous opportunity to take stock of who we are, where we are, and where we want to be. People around the country are beginning to really get excited about this end-of-century, end-of-millennium time period. Certainly there are reasons why we would have this occurrence commemorated, whether we did it on a community basis or not. There are going to be millennium products, we've got the Y2K issue we have to deal with. Some people are already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the nere so we are sure that we have a financially stable system that truly provides quality health care to all Americans, this is the kind of family agenda that is worthy of the American people that the president outlined in his state of the union. It is an agenda that is worth fighting for and will bear results on behalf of our p
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>>6199765
>>6199798
No, keep bullying the fox.

(i-is there a gallery)
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emendous opportunity to take stock of who we are, where we are, and where we want to be. People around the country are beginning to really get excited about this end-of-century, end-of-millennium time period. Certainly there are reasons why we would have this occurrence commemorated, whether we did it on a community basis or not. There are going to be millennium products, we've got the Y2K issue we have to deal with. Some people are already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your state and certainly of our country.
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Bless you kind Anon
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Here's a blast from the past, zhan's Mrs. Wilde from back in May.
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e us a tremendous opportunity to take stock of who we are, where we are, and where we want to be. People around the country are beginning to really get excited about this end-of-century, end-of-millennium time period. Certainly there are reasons why we would have this occurrence commemorated, whether we did it on a community basis or not. There are going to be millennium products, we've got the Y2K issue we have to deal with. Some people are already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves aslennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?e Future."
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>>6199736
Can someone post the original one?
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nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the presidentime and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to t has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best w
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of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your state and certainly of our country.
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we hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your state and certainly of our country.

Last year the president proposed and Congress approved a $30 million Millennium Fund to save America's treasures. And that is an effort that maybe you've read about. I've been in some of your cities and in many smaller communities in the last year talking about it and trying to bring attention to some of the treasures that are literally in every corner of our country. I've had a wonderful time doing that. And everywhere I've been, I've met people who
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ommunities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your state and certainly of our country.

Last year the president proposed and Congress approved a $30 million Millennium Fund to save America's treasures. And that is an effort that maybe you've read about. I've been in so
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>>6199765
Keep it up Nick, you'll make her regret being taller than you if you make it your mantra:

"So how's the weather up there?"
"So how's the weather up there?"
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are reasons why we would have this occurrence commemorated, whether we did it on a community basis or not. There are going to be millennium products, we've got the Y2K issue we have to deal with. Some people are already planning their New Year's Eve parties and the like.
But part of what we hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
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>>6199906
Man that's a gorgeous Mrs. Wilde.
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Alright, I'm the fag writing up shit about porn elk, if anyone is willing to lend a hand, I need 3-4 names for preds he's filmed with
If y'all want to throw me a bone, all I need is name/race/gender/adjective and I'll take it from there
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e have to deal with. Some peopuse Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and wme and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that me and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that es -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve o participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the f
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I'm lurking from time to time. I'm with my team finishing up the tail end of a weekend work session.
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ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your state and certainly of our country.

Last year the president proposed and Congress approved a $30 million Millennium Fund to save America's treasures. And that is an effort that maybe you've read about. I've been in some of your cities and in many smaller communities in the last year talking about it and trying to bring attention to some of the treasures that are literally in every corner of our country. I've had a wonderful time doing that. And everywhere I've been, I've met people who understand how critical it is to use this time to save what we value so that we do have values to bring into the future.
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ecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Future."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your state and certainly of our country.

Last year the president proposed and Congress approved a $30 million Millennium Fund to save America's treasures. And that is an effort that maybe you've read about. I've been in some of your cities and in many smaller communities in the last year talking about it and trying to bring attention to some of the treasures that are literally in every corner of our country. I've had a wonderful time doing that. And everywhere I've been, I've met people who understand how critical it is to use this time to save what we value so that we do have values to bring into the future.
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ecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And we adopted the theme "Honor the Past, Imagine the Futurwe hope that the White House Millennium Council can work with you to achieve is to really take this time and do more with it, to really focus on the kind of people we want to be and the kind of cities we want to have. What do we treasure in our communities? What do we want to preserve for future generations? What values do we want to bring forward into the next century? How can we define ourselves as citizens of cities, states, of nations, of world?
I think people are expecting something to happen, so why not harness this millennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more than a year ago, because we saw this as a great opportunity. So we began working on it in the White House, and we put together the White House Millennium Council. And maller communities in the last year talking about it and trying to bring attention to some of the treasures that are literally in every corner of our country.e."
And the president has invited states and communities -- non- profit, Indian communities, corporations, public agencies -- all citizens to participate in efforts that strengthen our democracy, improve our communities, and enable us to give lasting gifts to the future.
We have found that one of the best ways to imagine the future is to preserve what we value of the past, the artifacts and historical sites, the documents that really tell the story maybe of your city, of your
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>>6199999
Happy quints, comic.
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>>6199999
AND COMIC GETS THE QUADS
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Our partners in this effort are the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Park Foundation.
Each of them have different responsibilities and different obligations under their various missions, but both are committed to helping all of us, working with the White House and working with you, to really bring attention to the treasures that we have that are worth saving.
And I was delighted because we had told the Congress that if they would appropriate a federal share that we could use in this effort we would match it. And I kind of took a big gulp when I said that. But at the end of this year, we'd already raised more than $30 million in private funds to go with the public funds that the Congress had appropriated, because there is a great outpouring from individuals, from corporations, from foundations and other institutions that recognize the significance of this moment to help save America's treasures.
What I have found in the places I have visited that a lot of these treasures don't just offer some kind of dry history lesson, but really give us a glimpse into our future as well. Visiting Thomas Edison's laboratory in New Jersey, for example, you could see the spirit of ingenuity that has fueled progress in America for centuries. Stepping inside Harriet Tubman's home in Auburn, New York, I could understand better the legacy of courage that she brought to the journey she made time and time again to bring slaves to freedom.
As I toured the Breed Street Shoal (ph) and the wonderful Los Angeles Theater in Los Angeles, I could once again sense the civic pride that has served generations of immigrants and an earlier community in Los Angeles in an area that is now revitalizing and for which the arts will be a prominent part in that revitalization.
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>>6198255
All lops have floppy ears; Half-lops have one straightr and one floppy, sometimes they're called helicopters
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Hello, Zoopals! FanArt here. Wanted to share some more crossdressing Nick pics if that's okay with you.
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>>6199995
>four off
rip

But thanks
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, but both are committed to helping all of us, working with the White House and working with you, to really bring attention to the treasures that we have that are worth saving.
And I was delighted because we had told the Congress that if they would appropriate a federal share that we could use in this effort we would match it. And I kind of took a big gulp when I said that. But at the end of this year, we'd already raised more than $30 million in private funds to go with the public funds that the Congress had appropriated, because there is a great outpouring from individuals, from corporations, from foundations and other institutions that recognize the significance of this moment to help save America's treasures.
What I have found in the places I have visited that a lot of these treasures don't just offer some kind of dry history lesson, but really give us a glimpse into our future as well. Visiting Thomas Edison's laboratory in New Jersey, for example, you could see the spirit of ingenuity that has fueled progress in America for centuries. Stepping inside Harriet Tubman's home in Auburn, New York, I could understand better the legacy of courage that she brought to the journey she made time and time again to bring slaves to freedom.
As I toured the Breed Street Shoal (ph) and the wonderful Los Angeles Theater in Los Angeles, I could once again sense the civic pride that has served generations of immigrants and an earlier community in Los Angeles in an area that is now revitalizing and for which the arts will be a prominent part in that revitalization.
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>>6200054
That's more than okay!
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>>6200045
>quads
Fuck I meant quints. Shoot me.
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, but both are committed to helping all of us, working with the White House and working with you, to really bring attention to the treasures that we have that are worth saving.
And I was delighted because we had told the Congress that if they would appropriate a federal share that we could use in this effort we would match it. And I kind of took a big gulp when I said that. But at the end of this year, we'd already raised more than $30 million in private funds to go with the public funds that the Congress had appropriated, because there is a great outpouring from individuals, from corporations, from foundations and other institutions that recognize the significance of this moment to help save America's treasures.
What I have found in the places I have visited that a lot of these treasures don't just offer some kind of dry history lesson, but really give us a glimpse into our future as well. Visiting Thomas Edison's laboratory in New Jersey, for example, you could see the spirit of ingenuity that has fueled progress in America for centuries. Stepping inside Harriet Tubman's home in Auburn, New York, I could understand better the legacy of courage that she brought to the journey she made time and time again to bring slaves to freedom.
As I toured the Breed Street Shoal (ph) and the wonderful Los Angeles Theater in Los Angeles, I could once again sense the civic pride that has served generations of immigrants and an earlier community in Los Angeles in an area that is now revitalizing and for whcance of this moment to help save America's treasures.
What I have found in the plac r community in Los Angeles in an area that is now revitalizing and for which the arts will be a prominent part in that revitalization.
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>>6200054
Nice. So does he just like to wear the dress or does Judy make him do it?
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>>6199906
foxy
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>>6200054
crossdressing nick isn't really my thing but it looks nice nonetheless!
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>>6199999
Comic confirmed for Super Mega Australian Satan
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National Association of Counties, the National League of Cities, the National Association of Towns and Townships, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Their leaders are here with us today, and I want to thank them.
In his state of the union, the president said "I want to invite every town, every city, every community to become a nationally recognized Millennium Community by launching projects that save our history, promote our arts and humanities and prepare our children for the 21st century."
Now every community has a different way of approaching this. We've already learned from working with some of you. Some may want to launch a local effort to save a treasure, to raise the funds necessary to do so. Others may want to join the Mars Millennium Project, which is challenging schoolchildren around the nation in conjunction with NASA to design a community that they would want to live on on the planet Mars in the year 2030.
Some might want to join the Millennium Trails project, which we hope will build 2,000 new trails that will help us explore our environment and mark our heritage along the way. Richmond, California, for example, will celebrate its new "Rosie the Riveter Park," to pay tribute to the women who worked in the World War II shipyards. The people of Casper, Wyoming, will restore some of the important trails that run through that town, such as the old cattle trails that stretch from Texas to Montana. Minneapolis is planning to
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>>6200079
I imagine Nick's kind of ambivalent about it, he's done it before and it's not exactly special or taboo for him but Judy loves it and he likes making Judy happy.
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hehe National League of Cities, the National Association of Towns and Townships, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Their leaders are here with us today, and I want to thank them.
In his state of the union, the president said "I want to invite every town, every city, every community to become a nationally recognized Millennium Community by launching projects that save our history, promote our arts and humanities and prepare our children for the 21st century."
Now every community has a different way of approaching this. We've already learned from working with some of you. Some may want to launch a local effort to save a treasure, to raise the funds necessary to do so. Others may want to join the Mars Millennium Project, which is challenging schoolchildren around the nation in conjunction with NASA to design a community that they would want to live on on the planet Mars in the year 2030.
Some might want to join the Millennium Trails project, which we hope will build 2,000 new trails that will help us explore our environment and mark our heritage along the way. Richmond, California, for example, will celebrate its new "Rosie the Riveter Park," to pay tribute to the women who worked in the World War II shipyards. The people of Casper, Wyoming, will restore some of the important trails that run through that town, such as the old cattle trails that stretch from Texas to Montana. Minneapolis is planning to celebrate its heritage with snowshoe races and dog-sled rides through downtown. And Denver, Colorado is committed to preserving historic sites and districts.
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>>6199999
enjoy your quads, comic

you deserve them
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Nice quints comic
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he National League of Cities, the National Association of Towns and Townships, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Their leaders are here with us today, and I want to thank them.
In his state of the union, the president said "I want to invite every town, every city, every community to become a nationally recognized Millennium Community by launching projects that save our history, promote our arts and humanities and prepare our children for the 21st century."
Now every community has a different way of approaching this. We've already learned from working with some of you. Some may want to launch a local effort to save a treasure, to raise the funds necessary to do so. Others may want to join the Mars Millennium Project, which is challenging schoolchildren around the nation in conjunction with NASA llennium moment and the spirit that it engenders for the common good? That was really the question that the president and I asked ourselves more tha pproved a $30 million Millennium Fund to save America's treasures. And that is an effort that maybe you've read about. I've been in some of your cities and in many smaller communities in the last year talking about it and trying to bring attention to some of the treasures that are literally in every corner of our country.to design a community that they would want to live on on the planet Mars in the year 2030.
Some might want to join the Millennium Trails projecxelebrate its new "Rosie the Riveter Park," to pay tribute to the women who worked in the World War II shipyards. The people of Casper, Wyoming, will restore some of the important trails that run through that town, such as the old cattle trails that stretch from Texas to Montana. Minneapolis is planning to celebrate its heritage with snowshoe races and dog-sled rides through downtown. And Denver, Colorado is committed to preserving historic sites and districts.
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celebrate its heritage with snowshoe races and dog-sled rides through downtown. And Denver, Colorado is committed to preserving historic sites and districts.
In Little Rock, the students there will be learning about the millennium through a new curriculum in the city's public schools. And Canton, Ohio, will revitalize a six-block downtown area, the centerpiece of its millennium celebration. People in Seattle, Washington, are adding over 20,000 trees to that city's landscape. And Alaska is promoting cultural events that encourage Native Americans to draw on the wisdom of elders and the idealism of the young. We have some of those examples in this Millennium Communities handbook, which I hope that you will take with you, share with the people in your city and your staff, and look for ways that you might find suitable to pursue some millennium activities in each of your communities.
We're also seeing a lot of interest in cities that are sister cities of those around the globe who want to strengthen their ties to their sister cities by promoting international cultural and educational exchanges. Chicago, for instance, is inviting foreign artists to visit the city and paint murals throughout its neighborhoods.
Today I'm also announcing two new tools that I hope will help you develop your own millennium plans. The first is the handbook, which I hope -- we've tried very hard to make it so -- is a practical guide for civic leaders, groups, and individuals. Another tool is the new web site which Bell South, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. The web site for Millennium Communities will allow designated communities to share ideas and projects. And we hope that you will want to be so designated, that you will want to be part of this great national effort as we stand on the brink of this new century.
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>>6200079
He's indifferent, but can pull it off very well to tease.
Gotta learn all the kinds of hustles.
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shington, are adding over 20,000 trees to that city's landscape. And Alaska is promoting cultural events that encourage Native Americans to draw on the wisdom of elders and the idealism of the young. We have some of those examples in this Millennium Communities handbook, which I hope that you will take with you, share with the people in your city and your staff, and look for ways that you might find suitable to pursue some millennium activities in each of your communities.
We're also seeing a lot of interest in cities that are sister cities of those around the globe who want to strengthen their ties to their sister cities by promoting international cultural and educational exchanges. Chicago, for instance, is inviting foreign artists to visit the city and paint murals throughout its neighborhoods.
Today I'm also announcing two new tools that I hope will help you develop your own millennium plans. The first is the handbook, which I hope -- we've tried very hard to make it so -- is a practical guide for civic leaders, groups, and individuals. Another tool is the new web site which Bell South, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. The web site for Millennium Communities will allow designated communities to share ideas and projects. And we hope that you will want to be so designated, that you will want to be part of this great national effort as we stand on the brink of this new century.
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>>6200079

He loves to wear the dress and more importantly he can work it hard. In fact, he gives Judy lessons whenever she gets invited to the odd gala.
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Inb4 thread derailed because of these sick quints.

Also check em.
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lot of interest in cities that are sister cities of those around the globe who want to strengthen their ties to their sister cities by promoting international cultural and educational exchanges. Chicago, for instance, is inviting foreign artists to visit the city and paint murals throughout its neighborhoods.
Today I'm also announcing two new tools that I hope will help you develop your own millennium plans. The first is the handbook, which I hope -- we've tried very hard to make it so -- is a practical guide for civic leaders, groups, and individuals. Another tool is the new web site which Bell South, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. The web site for Millennium Communities will allow designated communities to share ideas and projects. And we hope that you will want to be so designated, that you will want to be part of this great national effort as we stand on the brink of this new century.
You know, I've been reading a lot about what people were doing at the turn of the last century and even the last millennium. And certainly if you try to think back 1,000 years, there were many differences, of course; but there were some similarities that we might also overlook. People even at that time were imagining the future. They were creating new art forms, they were building cities, they were forming reading groups -- those who could read. They were designing new systems of cultivation, they were spreading religion from every corner of the globe. They were remapping the world was they were discovering it.
And they were -- importantly -- saying "No!" to the doomsayers. You know, there's always a split when there is an important point in time. And we will see it again here in our country and around the world. There are people who face the future with fear, even with apocalyptic vision. That was true 1,000 years ago, as some monks would travel around Europe telling people the end was near and that they should come together and cower in fear.
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g reading groups -- those who could read. They were designing new systems of cultivation, they were spreading religion from every corner of the globe. They were remapping the world was they were discovering it.
And they were -- importantly -- saying "No!" to the doomsayers. You know, there's always a split when there is an important point in time. And we will see it again here in our country and around the world. There are people who face the future with fear, even with apocalyptic vision. That was true 1,000 years ago, as some monks would travel arowill be learning about the millennium through a new curriculum in the city's public schools. And Canton, Ohio, will revitalize a six-block downtown area, the centerpiece of its millennium celebration. People in Seattle, Washington, are adding over 20,000 trees to that city's landscape. And Alaska is promoting cultural events that encourage Native Americans to draw on the wisdom of elders and the idealism of the young. We have some of those examples in this Millennium Communities handbook, which I hope that you will take with you, share with the people in your city and your staff, and look for ways that you might find suitable to pursue some millennium activities in ea uth, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. The web site for Millennium Communities will allow designated communities to share ideas and projects. And we hope that you will und Europe telling people the end was near and that they should come together and cower in fear.
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>>6200054
That a e s t h e t i c.

Add crossdressing to the list of weird fetishes this thread has given me I guess.
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encourage Native Americans to draw on the wisdom of elders and the idealism of the young. We have some of those examples in this Millennium Communities handbook, which I hope that you will take with you, share with the people in your city and your staff, and look for ways that you might find suitable to pursue some millennium activities in each of your communities.
We're also seeing a lot of interest in cities that are sister cities of those around the globe who want to strengthen their ties to their sister cities by promoting international cultural and educational exchanges. Chicago, for instance, is inviting foreign artists to visit the city and paint murals throughout its neighborhoods.
Today I'm also announcing two new tools that I hope will help you develop your own millennium plans. The first is the handbook, which I hope -- we've tried very hard to make it so -- is a practical guide for civic leaders, groups, and individuals. Another tool is the new web site which Bell South, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. The web site for Millennium Communities will allow designated communities to share ideas and projects. And we hope that you will want to be so designated, that you will want to be part of this great national effort as we stand on the brink of this new century.
You know, I've been reading a lot about what people were doing at the turn of the last century and even the last millennium. And certainly if you try to think back 1,000 years, there were many differences, of course; but there were some similarities that we might also overlook. People even at that time were imagining the future. They were creating new art forms, they were building cities, they were forming reading groups -- those who could read. They were designing new systems of cultivation, they were
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>>6200168
>inb4

Boi
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>>6199818
Go on...
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>>6200211
yeah there've been nothing but get posts. oh well, ded general
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>>6200054
SHE DRAGS HER FEET ACROSS THE BOARDWAAAALK
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e Americans to draw on the wisdom of elders and the idealism of the young. We have some of those examples in this Millennium Communities handbook, which I hope that you will take with you, share with the people in your city and your staff, and look for ways that you might find suitable to pursue some millennium activities in each of your communities.
We're also seeing a lot of interest in cities that are sister cities of those around the globe who want to strengthen their ties to their sister cities by promoting international cultural and educational exchanges. Chicago, for instance, is inviting foreign artists to visit the city and paint murals throughout its neighborhoods.
Today I'm also announcing two new tools that I hope will help you develop your own millennium plans. The first is the handbook, which I hope -- we've tried very hard to make it so -- is a practical guide for civic leaders, groups, and individuals. Another tool is the new web site which Bell South, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. The web site for Millennium Communities will allow designated communities to share ideas and projects. And we hope that you will want to be so designated, that you will want to be part of this great national effort as we stand on the brink of this new century.
You know, I've been reading a lot about what people were doing at the turn of the last century and even the last millennium. And certainly if you try to think back 1,000 years, there were many differences, of course; but there were some similarities that we might also overlook. People even at that time were imagining the future. They were creating new art forms, they were building cities, they were forming reading group
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ith you, to really bring attention to the treasures that we have that are worth saving.
And I was delighted because we had told the Congress that if they would appropriate a federal share that we could use in this effort we would match it. And I kind of took a big gu the world was they were discovering it.
And they were -- importantly -- saying "No!" to the doomsayers. You know, there's always a split when there is an important point in time. And we will see it again here in our country and around the world. There are people who face the future with fear, even with apocalyptic vision. That was true 1,000 years ago, as some monks would travel arowill be learning about the millennium through a new curriculum in the city's public schools. And Canton, Ohio, will revitalize a six-block downtown area, the centerpiece of its millennium celebration. People in Seattle, Washington, are adding over 20,000 trees to that city's landscape. And Alaska is promoting cultural events that encourage Native Americans to draw on the wisdom of elders and the idealism of the young. We have some of those examples in this Millennium Communities handbook, which I hope that you will take with you, share with the people in your city and your staff, and look for ways that you might find suitable to pursue some millennium activities in ea uth, partnering with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, is creating. Tage that she brought to the journey she made time and time again to bring slaves to freedom.
As I toured the Breed Street Shoal (ph) and the wonderful Los Angeles Theater in Los Angeles, I could once again sense the civic pride that has served generations of immigrants and an earlier community in Los Angeles in an area that is now revitalizing and for which the arts will be a prominent part in that revitalization.
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>>6199983
Jane/Doe/f/Dead
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will want to be part of this great national effort as we stand on the brink of this new century.
You know, I've been reading a lot about what people were doing at the turn of the last century and even the last millennium. And certainly if you try to think back 1,000 years, there were many differences, of course; but there were some similarities that we might also overlook. People even at that time were imagining the future. They were creating new art forms, they were building cities, they were forming reading groups -- those who could read. They were designing new systems of cultivation, they were spreading religion from every corner of the globe. They were remapping the world was they were discovering it.
And they were -- importantly -- saying "No!" to the doomsayers. You know, there's always a split when there is an important point in time. And we will see it again here in our country and around the world. There are people who face the future with fear, even with apocalyptic vision. That was true 1,000 years ago, as some monks would travel around Europe telling people the end was near and that they should come together and cower in fear.
But the other human impulse is the one that really held sway, and that is the feeling of hopefulness and opportunity and challenge in confronting the future.
Well, we know that there are those among us in our country who are stockpiling water and canned goods and worrying about Y2K, a problem that we do have to take seriously, but which I expect to be resolved with the hard work of many of you. But what I think is the more likely feeling that you will find in your communities, as I have found it around the country, is this sense of opportunity and hopefulness. And there is much we can do to build on that.
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there is much we can do to build on that.
People are much more likely to come together across racial or ethnic or linguistic lines if they feel hopeful about the results that would flow from their taking what they see as a risk to try to be vulnerable and work with others unlike themselves. People who are hopeful will want to clean up monuments or create new parks, because they see a future where that will define the quality of life for themselves and their children. People who are hopeful are really those Americans who are true to our tradition of hopefulness.
With all of the difficulties and challenges our country has confronted, we always fall back on a sense of hopefulness. And that is what I hope will happen again in this coming year. Because we do, as we look back on the last six years of progress, have a lot to celebrate. We have a lot of work ahead of us to continue building on safer cities and reformed schools and welfare workers working and all that we can see at the ground level that is occurring. So let's not just celebrate with parties and champagne -- as much fun as that will be -- let's add to the celebration some contemplation, some commemoration and really look for ways that we can bring our communities and our country together.
If we imagine the kind of cities we want for the 21st century, we know we're on the right track to achieving them, and we know that the road is a very challenging one. But we have hope, because we have seen what hope and hard work can produce.
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>>6200168
Well, I guess I had to get them for the comf.

I miss you guys. This has been a stressful day. I'm just glad I'm getting a lot of work done, both on TT and the game.

Love you all, and don't et some posts with joker and text get you down. Comf is a choice: choose comf, and comf will be had.
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REMARKS BY PRESIDENT CLINTON AND FIRST LADY HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON TO U.S. EMBASSY STAFF AFTER MEETING WITH JORDAN'S NEW KING ABDULLAH, 2/8/1999
U.S. EMBASSY,
AMMAN, JORDAN
(Applause.)
PRESIDENT CLINTON: Thank you very much. Thank you. Please be seated. Thank you.
MRS. CLINTON: Thank you all. I just want to express our personal appreciation to all of you for the incredible support that you have given to us in this very difficult time as we have come here to pay our last respects.
I also, on a personal note, wish to acknowledge the deep sadness that the entire American people feel. You see before you four leaders of our country who really represent many, many Americans who could not be here, but whose hearts are with the people of Jordan. I also hope you know that the friendship between our families on a personal level and between our countries is very, very deep. And we will be there in friendship and support in the months and years ahead.
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I also, on a personal note, wish to acknowledge the deep sadness that the entire American people feel. You see before you four leaders of our country who really represent many, many Americans who could not be here, but whose hearts are with the people of Jordan. I also hope you know that the friendship between our families on a personal level and between our countries is very, very deep. And we will be there in friendship and support in the months and years ahead.
As I was visiting with Queen Noor a few minutes ago and expressing our personal condolences, I could not help but think how much better off this region and our world would be if not only leaders but all of us stopped to think, "How would King Hussein have acted? What would he have said?" If we could bring the same sense of humility and openness and stability to all of our relationships that he brought and that I saw him bring not only to presidents but to every person he encountered. That would be one way to honor the legacy of this extraordinary man and this very great leader.
Thank you, as part of the American community and the Jordanian nationals who work with the Americans here at the embassy, for representing our country in good times and hard times. We're grateful to you for the service that you give.
Thank you very much.
(Applause.)
PRESIDENT CLINTON: Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you.
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Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to begin, if I might, by thanking President Bush, President Carter and President Ford and this congressional delegation for coming on very short notice all the way to Jordan to make a clear and unambiguous statement about our regard and respect and gratitude to King Hussein and the people of Jordan. I thank them very, very much. (Applause.)
I want to thank Ambassador Burns and all of you in the embassy community for representing us in a difficult and challenging part of the world and a wonderful country. I thank all the Jordanian nationals who work for the United States. We are honored by your efforts, and when Jordanians and Americans work together in our embassy here in Amman, they symbolize the partnership that we hope will always exist between the United States and Jordan.
Most of what I would have said has already been said so eloquently by those who have spoken before. I would just like to make a couple of points about King Hussein and about King Abdullah. First of all, Hussein really did bring people together. You know, I was looking at the four of us, here we are, two Democrats; two Republicans. We have agreed on many things. We've disagreed a thing or two over time. But we know that America's interest and America's heart were close to this king and this country.
I looked at the Israeli delegation today -- (laughs) -- I could hardly believe my eyes. (Laughter.) All the candidates for prime minister were there. (Laughter.) They were all walking together. You know, I don't know if they talk at home, but they were all talking here. (Laughter.) I thought, it was as if Hussein was hugging them all, you know. (Laughter.) It was really a beautiful sight. People coming from all around the world, countries that are at each others' throats here meeting in peace and friendship and the sanctity of the umbrella of this great man. He worked with every American president since President Eisenhower -- an amazing thing.
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>>6200366
*farts on you*
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I looked at the Israeli delegation today -- (laughs) -- I could hardly believe my eyes. (Laughter.) All the candidates for prime minister were there. (Laughter.) They were all walking together. You know, I don't know if they talk at home, but they were all talking here. (Laughter.) I thought, it was as if Hussein was hugging them all, you know. (Laughter.) It was really a beautiful sight. People coming from all around the world, countries that are at each others' throats here meeting in peace and friendship and the sanctity of the umbrella of this great man. He worked with every American president since President Eisenhower -- an amazing thing.
The second thing I would like to say is that he really was driven not by the title he had but by the responsibilities it bore. And he was ennobled not by the title, but by the strength of his own character and his vision and his spirit. It was unbelievable to me when we talked right before we started this last round of peace negotiations at Wye, and I knew how ill he was. He said, "Well, I would be willing to come down there if you think it would help." I said -- (laughs) -- "If I think it would help?" I said, "This whole thing's about to come apart. Of course it would help." I said, "If you come down, they won't have the courage to walk away here without an agreement." And so he did. And he took a house, and some days he could only work 30 minutes or an hour, but every day we needed him in that long Wye peace accord, he was there. Every day he was needed, he was there, no matter how sick he was, no matter how bad he felt.
And his son, the new king, told me tonight,
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What's a good name for a bond style villain? He's a leopard
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>>6200344
You too. I mean, all weekend long, geez.
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>>6200420
Dr. Meow.
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>>6200420
Ibrahim Dotanov
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What would be a good name for a mostly bear city around Zootopia, some city like Bunnyburrow? Bearsborough? Grizzden?
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>>6200425
Even spamanon checked
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>>6200443
H-hot
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>>6200443
Well I mean, I run the dev team, so I set the hours. I'm the only slave driver here.

Menu UI stuff is coming along, though! And we got the soundtrack done for the final level and have been playing it over and over and over because its so fucking good.

I just miss you guys is all.

>>6200425
Well! Thanks, buddy! I hope there's chaos to stir in other threads!
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>>6200471
Ursole
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>>6200471
The family is Ursidae, so how about Ursidale?
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>>6200515
Have I missed something? This isn't that VN I saw teased a month ago is it? I don't remember a zoot game being dev'd
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>>6200561
Naw, I'm a VR game dev IRL.

I believe the VN you're talking about is being made by Canidae! Super excited for it!
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>>6200600
2 games. 2 games to be ready for, god damn. Also checked. Again
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>>6200274
God damn, who did this?
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>>6200684
chumpy
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>>6200425
Bye Joker
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>>6200515
Good to hear then! Hope it all works out.

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>>6200707
not sure if memeing...
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>>6200800
his traditional muzzle on both canidae and gazelle, the way he draws long necks, specific way to draw canidae's hair.
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>>6200684
>>6200800
>>6200839

Yes, it's Chumpy, from August.

Source: I am Canipupper's creator.
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>>6200561

Oh yeah. Ask about it in the new thread, maybe I'll get some caps.
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500 for Wildehopps
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>>6201570
you're a good anon
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>>6201570

At first I was like "bitch you missed 500 by 70 posts"

...then I was like "you little angel"
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>>6198476

Funnily enough, I have been stalking around while trying to work on this week's TT.

I see what you mean about the details in the crossover, you have to know a lot about both Shadowrun and Zootopia for it to really click. But, if I try to put it in the margins with expository dialog then it's going to ruin the flow of action.

I'm gonna have to think about that, thank you very much for the feedback!
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