Unofficial CPA Notables Forum

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Killer Joe, Sep 10, 2000.

  1. Thrash Golem New Member

    ...which is pretty cool

    any poop

    i think the best x-men is wolverine cuz he resembles a cat

    *eats a handful of smurfs*
  2. Gizmo Composite: 1860

    Nightcrawler should have been in the movie, although it probably would have added another $10m to the SFX budget.
    Glad Iceman got a bit of a look-in, but absolutely everybody in my group wanted to see Angel and the blue Beast.
    Bring on the Sentinels for the sequel!

    And who`ll play Galactus in the Surfer movie?
  3. DÛke Memento Mori

    ...I would love to see 2 of my favorite of the X-Men: Psylocke and Gambit.

    The sequel is going to be about the Phoenix Saga, I think.
  4. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    they NEEDED Gambit in the movie! I mean, seriously, his main talent is HE MAKES THINGS GO BOOM! He was MADE for hollywood! He would have been perfect!
  5. Zadok001 CPA Founder, Greater Good

    [me] scans entire thread[/me]

    Wow. You guys are a couple CPA members short of an asylum, aren't you? Dancing to Latin music, hitting each other with hammers, cooking up deadly concoctions, painting each other... Wow. Some strange.

    I think I'll just be my usual self and wander into a corner to laugh at everyone. :) And there's no way in hell you can make me TOUCH anything cooked by people who claim that spiked coffee is life's elixer...

    "Obviously, it needs more Eye of Newt..."
  6. Cateran Emperor Passed On

    Hmm, we've got a bout one or two dozen members drunk/knocked out from mallets/ unconscious from spiked coffee/uh, painting each other? :eek: And there are ladies in the room too? Somethings not good's gonna come of this, but hey, just give me a good old American whiskey and I'll keep quiet about it ;)
  7. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    Spiked coffee is better known as God's Blessing. That's the actual title of the drink. And, Zadok, that may be as close to the elixir as possible, neh?
  8. Apollo Bird Boy

    They were together. There was even one issue where they, in their infinite wisdom, kissed. Gambit was out for quite a while afterwards.
  9. Killer Joe Active Member

    I think Rogue was married to Magneto in the alternate universe of Apocalypse. Anyway, Rogue sucks. Anyone THAT messed up in the head AND fickle, is by no means a "Team" player. Except for Storm and Jean Grey, all the other female members are ....well, let me just say, "If they left, nothing would really change."
    Favorite X-men(s)? Nothing beats team leaders like Cyclops and Strom.
    BTW, did you all vote for the CPA Notables?
    Also, <Yellowjacket starts to slobber> this time next week I'll be pouring over my new cards. I'm so excited about this set, my friends and I are splitting a case between four of us (that's 6 boxes-That's 216 packs or 216 rares/648 uncommons and a lot of wrapping foil to dispose of). I think we'll be able to make at least make one or maybe two sets from the case.
  10. Multani Treetrunk Guy

    I forgot what I nominated Yellowjacket for though...
    Anyway, I play violin, and I heard of a CPA orchestra....
  11. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    but there's already too much violins in the battle arena
  12. Killer Joe Active Member

    It's the snare drum and cymbal gag, an old comdian tells a bad joke and the drummer in the band plays "Ba-Dum crash!".
  13. Multani Treetrunk Guy

  14. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    When I get rich I'm gonna hire me a drummer to follow me around and do a rimshot every time I make a bad pun. That's the first thing I'll do.
  15. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    this thread just drops off over the weekend...

    [me] pulls Zadok from the corner[/me]

    Oh no you don't! Come on and join me:

    "Step Four (four, four), I can give you, mooore..."

    Cateran Emperor: No one's PAINTING each other (unless that hammer REALLY knocked me for a loop). One of PJ's spells went awry...
  16. Killer Joe Active Member

    Did she (your better half) like Debbie Gibson and Tiffany too? How about DuranDuran? Leif Erickson? Or are YOU the closet "pop" lover, j/k? ;)
  17. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    Whee! Nonsense!
  18. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    No, she didn't really like those... from what I can tell when we merged our tape collection together, of more than one tape from a group (which must mean she likes them), are Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, and Bryan Adams (off the top of my head).

    *I*'m the pop AND 80's guy. When I like a group I usually start getting all their tapes. Lessee... for pop I guess Belinda Carlise, Go-Go's, Cars, Aerosmith, Dire Straits, Dead or Alive, Erasure, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Idol, Billy Joel, Huey Lewis and the News, Madonna (exception here: just 80's and early 90's stuff), Roxette, Poison, Weird Al, They Might Be Giants, plus numerous 80's, dance/rap compilations.
  19. Killer Joe Active Member

    I too am an 80's type of guy.
    On the New Wave side:
    Pet Shop Boys
    Dead or Alive
    The Cure
    New Order
    Depeche Mode
    Psychedelic Furs
    The Smiths
    10,000 Maniacs
    Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians
    The Church
    Orchestral Manouvers in the Dark (O.M.D.)
    Modern English
    Billy Bragg (Gizmo!!!)
    The The
    On the "POP" & Rock side:
    Men at Work
    Heuy Lewis and the News
    Van Halen
    ZZ Top
    The Police
    Pink Floyd
    In a Big Country
    Cyndi Lauper
    The Clash
    Wang Chung
    Dream Academy
    Power Station
    Phil Collins
    Def Leppard
    White Snake
    Janet Jackson
    Dixie's Midnight Runners
    Billy Idol
    Greneration Next
    Thompson Twins
    I used to like all kinds of stuff, remember when Run D.M.C and Aerosmith did 'Walk This Way'? That was cool.
  20. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Oh yeah, I like and have heard and have a lot of the well-known singles from almost all of those bands. Although ever notice that a lot of the 80's compilations have the same songs? It's hard to get new ones... I need a CD burner... :)

    Totally forgot OMD as a multi-tape group. Love em...

    "Walk This Way" was the biggest hit in high school. EVERYONE went around trying to rap (including me). It was hilarious... Like the old school rap too, Suger Hill Gang and Furious Five and Treacherous Three (stuff by Suger Hill label)...

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