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The Spoonman
Ubuntu Burning Star Babe

Wallpapers Ubuntu by amandil 7 comments

While I'm with you that I find curvvier women more attractive, the fact is recent discoveries are showing that the above woman is closer to an ideal than previously thought. Starvation activates a set of genes that cause the body to actually live longer.

While society does play some part in determining what's attractive, it's hardly the only, or even the largest, metric. We've never unearthed the bones of a "fat" caveman for a reason... - Jul 09 2008
Anime Viagra

Manga and Anime by robux 3 comments

No, they're religious whackos under the mistaken belief that seeing a breast will completely destroy a child forever. They're not real Americans. - Oct 29 2007

Video Apps by baertram01 2 comments

Now THAT'S a screenshot I can get behind! :)

And, for the "won't someone please think of the children?!?" idiots...shut up. - Aug 24 2007
girl ubuntu

Wallpapers Ubuntu by bierzolinux 11 comments

Is that your learned opinion as a psychologist or as an idiot? Didja ever stop to think that it's perhaps the need of folks in the US to censor benign things like this picture that's the real problem? In other countries, nudity isn't as "taboo" as the States, and they all seem to get along just fine. - Aug 03 2007
My Linux Desktop

Various Stuff by nameless89 9 comments

it would be nice if the screenshot was actually bigger than the thumbnail. Nothing I hate more than clicking a thumbnail to get...the thumbnail.

Oh, no, wait, there is one thing: clicking a thumbnail and getting a screenshot of a 1600x1200 desktop that takes 10 minutes to load just so I can see what an app looks like when it's in the systray. :) - Jul 18 2007
nanoramba2 +windows_rg.swf

Karamba & Superkaramba by animae13 14 comments

I did a search for "Jennifer Love Hewitt" on DA, and found a similar one: - Jul 13 2007

Karamba & Superkaramba by darius 49 comments

Love the first wallpaper, where'd you get it? - Dec 17 2006
KDE 3.4 Translucency

KDE Plasma Screenshots by schestowitz 1 comment

This seems as good a place as any to ask the question: what's the big deal with translucency? Personally, I find it more a pain in the ass than anything, but everyone makes it seem like it's the holy grail of computing. - Feb 13 2006
Kontact improvements & integration ideas

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by skadge 22 comments

This is just the kind of thing you can do with Outlook if your company's running the MS IM service. We've been using it for a year, and I love the integration. This is a nice way to duplicate the functionality. - Feb 01 2006

Audio Extractors/Converters by cycomyco 23 comments

Was that description up there before, or am I just an ass? (I already know I'm an ass, just wanted to make sure I was in this case). :) - Jan 30 2006

Audio Extractors/Converters by cycomyco 23 comments

What does it do? Is it just a ripper? Does it play 'em, too? Does it pull from CDDB? - Jan 30 2006
Debian Angel

Wallpapers Debian by TaZZiTo 3 comments

Blasphemous and just nude enough to tick off the straights. I like it. :) - Jan 25 2006

Various KDE Stuff by martinman 3 comments

There's a little more information on the website, but I'm still not sure what it would be used for. Could you perhaps give an example of its use? The "Features" page on the site is pretty useless in this regard. - Jan 23 2006

Wallpaper Other by aut182 4 comments

I like it no matter what distro. :) - Jan 23 2006

Karamba & Superkaramba by lkcl 6 comments

I'll bite, what does it do? - Jan 19 2006
Gentoo - just emerge it

Wallpaper Other by Arnis 18 comments

Your son is going to suffer infinitely more damage from you raising him in such a repressed fashion. - Jan 16 2006

Various KDE Stuff by fungmeista 18 comments

You know what I'd like to see? I'd love for you guys to work with the team from and get your db schemas to be the same. That way, you can share the recipes between the two applications. I can use Krecipes when I'm at home, but have phprecipebook available off my home webserver so I can share with friends. I can't imagine that your schemas would differ too much. - Nov 30 2005