Posted 27 February 2007 - 10:38 AM
Posted 27 February 2007 - 02:08 PM
we SHOULD strive for a clean 150 million.
as for the emoticons, it has already been addressed in various threads and replies, We are trying to hold off on redoing anything that might cause any issues before upgrading. As most of yu should know our birthday is approaching, at which point will we be upgrading to the bug-free invision 2.2, as well as adding a full gallery and blog area for supportors.
I assure you, syn is hard at work even as we speak combing over the empire, if there was any unreasonable holdup to not adding "bhr3" there would be hell to pay
2000 Millenia S...It's a car with stuff in it
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee...4.7, Limited, Quadra-Drive, Loaded.
2005 Audi S4...V8, 6spd, miltek
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee...5.7 Hemi, Overland, '14 LED headlights coming soon
2005 ZX-6rr...Muzzy, power commander 3, bixenons
1987 GPZ500...Vance Hines, full led, bixenons
2013 Lamborghini LP560-4 Spyder...possible twin turbo?
"You have entered, BHR's world. Proceed at your own risk" - MCfrank/zaocaddy
"BHR is more correct than you could imagine." - Troutman
"I guess we all proved BHR right.....again....." - Frankzao
First of all, we are smart enough to know that BHR doesn't really exist, he is an illusion in all our minds....
"The perfect weapon for terrorising Veyrons!"
Posted 28 February 2007 - 03:03 AM
"The silver glow of the starlight in the night sky forever beckons us to a far greater reality; it is only in death that we accept the invitation." -The Great Troutman, Nov 18, 2008
'07 Holden Caprice
Posted 28 February 2007 - 07:15 AM
Posted 01 March 2007 - 09:55 AM
"In an Alex Ross-drawn, Paul Dini-penned thesis, psychiatrists ponder that perhaps the Joker is sane and fakes insanity to keep himself out of prison. It is suggested that he is completely in control of himself but is a savage sadist, and uses his disfigurements as an excuse to terrify and murder his victims. Ironically, the doctor who came up with this theory was Harlene Quinzel, whom Joker later transformed into his insane accomplice, Harley Quinn."
"Grant Morrison's graphic novel Asylum suggests that the Joker's mental state is in fact a previously unprecedented form of 'super-sanity', a new mode of perception to cope with the insanity of the times."
"Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale blue moonlight?"