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 Post Posted: Fri Apr 14, 2006 6:58 am 
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The Lost Satan Animation:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1GBXs9cTQU

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Where was this found?

I can understand why it wasn't used tho. Far too anti-sematic.


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It WAS used, but people actually became MORE sensitive since then.

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5piny n0rman wrote:
It WAS used, but people actually became MORE sensitive since then.


No need to shout. As you stated it was "lost" I assumed it was unused commercially and therefore a rarity.

Which people became more sensitive? Maybe some were sensitive at the time.


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interesting. i've only seen the part up to when the vicar nails his head on.

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Stoat_Gobbler wrote:
5piny n0rman wrote:
It WAS used, but people actually became MORE sensitive since then.


No need to shout. As you stated it was "lost" I assumed it was unused commercially and therefore a rarity.

Which people became more sensitive? Maybe some were sensitive at the time.


Oohhh, speaking of sensitive, you certainly are sensitive aren't you. I WAS using CAPITALS to EMPHASIZE the INSANITY of PEOPLE becoming MORE sensitive AND deleting RARE material.

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I'd say it could offend anyone of religion, but no more so than say Jerry Springer: The Opera.

I enjoyed it.

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Dennis wrote:
interesting. i've only seen the part up to when the vicar nails his head on.


And of course, it continues in "How not to be seen".

Alright, this is an example where I can understand why people decide to cut it, but there are other cases where it really doesn't matter, like the political choreographer.

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Oohhh, speaking of sensitive, you certainly are sensitive aren't you. I WAS using CAPITALS to EMPHASIZE the INSANITY of PEOPLE becoming MORE sensitive AND deleting RARE material.


Well if you did, then you were wrong on both counts.

In future try using the embolden feature (the square brace tags) to emphasize words or phrases. It's what the function is provided for.

You'll probably be understood better in future that way.


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Then what is the underline for? Answer that, you smartypants!

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indeed, half of the animation is missing on my dvd ... i'll never buy an US product again

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5piny n0rman wrote:
Then what is the underline for? Answer that, you smartypants!


Underlining is used for highlighting not emphasis.

Having worked in the print industry for many years I know my dipthongs from my elipsis. ;-)

Of course you can use any iRReggulr combination you like, but it won't always adhere to standards most people understand, nor be easlitly readable. I depends what your intentions are.

Personally I think following standards and well used conventions is becoming defacto, and its a well established fact that upper case typing is SHOUTING and not for "emphasis".


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