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paine_2006
2006-10-26, 12:21 PM
"Whereas the Earth is the home of a variety of organic-based lifeforms, the planet of Cybertron is the homeworld of a race of robots which have the ability to transform into other mechanisms, with each Transformer having its own unique disguise. The Transformers are divided into two separate camps: the good and just Autobots, who are led by Optimus Prime (whose disguise is a red 18-wheel semi truck); and the evil Decepticons, who are led by Megatron (who transforms into a gun; there's a good deal of size-shifting involved with Megatron as well). With fuel supplies (called Energon Cubes) on Cybertron running low, both forces travel through space looking for a new source, which leads them to Earth, which from their perspective in rich in the minerals and chemicals they need. Disguising themselves as cars, airplanes, boats, etc. easily recognizable to humans, the Transformers engage in a secret war for control of Earth's bountiful natural resources…"



Cool!


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inflatable dalek
2006-10-26, 12:27 PM
There's a Transformers Movie outr next year with characters called Optimus and Megatron in it fighting over Energon?!?!?!!?!?!!??


In other exclusive news, the Lost Guys Star Trek Movie will have at least one scene set in space. Probably.

Meihall
2006-10-26, 12:28 PM
Is there a point to this?

Halfshell
2006-10-26, 12:45 PM
Originally posted by inflatable dalek
In other exclusive news, the Lost Guys Star Trek Movie will have at least one scene set in space. Probably.

And, allegedly, Tom Cruise.

Cliffjumper
2006-10-26, 12:45 PM
Originally posted by Meihall
Is there a point to this?

It'll allow a few regulars to be snide and sarcastic instead of just going "Cheers mate, but most of that information is covered in other topics".

inflatable dalek
2006-10-26, 12:47 PM
Originally posted by Brendocon
And, allegedly, Tom Cruise.

[cutting satire]Who has a large, empty space between his ears.[/cuting satire]

Halfshell
2006-10-26, 12:53 PM
Originally posted by Cliffjumper
It'll allow a few regulars to be snide and sarcastic instead of just going "Cheers mate, but most of that information is covered in other topics".

It's a spambot. Where's it written I have to be nice to spambots?

inflatable dalek
2006-10-26, 12:54 PM
Originally posted by Brendocon
It's a spambot. Where's it written I have to be nice to spambots?

The same place it says alt-ID's are frowned upon.

Cliffjumper
2006-10-26, 12:55 PM
Originally posted by Brendocon
It's a spambot. Where's it written I have to be nice to spambots?

Missed that... point still stands more broadly, though. Too many of us are bastards about stuff like this, when if it's a first offence...

Nevermore
2006-10-26, 03:28 PM
http://www.tfarchive.com/hosted/files/lock.gif

Denyer
2006-10-26, 03:35 PM
It's another one of these ****ers who registers to hardcode spam links at the bottom of their posts. Probably not actually a spambot.

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^ The aim is to get into Google using the text describing the links.

slartibartfast
2006-10-26, 06:52 PM
how does that work in his favor ? what would be the point of having some random forum post registered on google ?

-clueless fanboy

Denyer
2006-10-26, 07:16 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_bomb

It's basically the same for any words.

Cliffjumper
2006-10-26, 10:13 PM
i suck at the internet

****iong flood control telling me what do to I madethe bbbc


arrrgh


**** off flc

it must have been a minute by now @)):(