Discussion in 'Community' started by DantheJedi, Jul 14, 2013.
Stop proving me wrong!
have you tried googling it?
Worried about your "girls in underwear" searches?
Undoubtably. I applied for a job there after undergrad as a backup plan (Ethics shmethics), so I'm confident they have an agent keeping tabs on everyone I've ever communicated with online.
But it's cool, Mitch is a nice guy.
Vivec: Maybe, perhaps. I mean, you can't blame a guy for using GIS to type in "black lingerie", can you? Can you?
Stop proving Guy wrong.
Only when government agent don't show up at my door telling me I'm a sick, depraved individual is when I'll prove Guy wrong.
Yes, NSA can see your Google searches and they are appalled at the very notion that anybody would do such a thing with a tennis racket. We, uh, I mean "they", had to get three different people to review your searches before they found someone who didn't throw up. You are indeed a sick, sick man, Dan.
I'm going to type in random Google searches every single day for a month on how to successfully hide bodies and see what happens.
Stahp overlord. Stahp.
In the linked "furry pr0n" thread in the Trayvon Martin thread, what does your first post say?
I wonder which ASG was this....
Furry porn? That's not my bag, baby!
They do now.
PANTY MAN DAN
You gotta admit one thing: I've been keeping this behavior to myself and not posting any pics, so you gotta give me at least a little credit for that (mostly because I'm afraid SLG, harpuah, and TahiriVeliaSolo will rip my head off and crap down my neck if I did so again).
You are not getting any credit for only partially being an objectifying pervert. Don't even try that.
I regularly Google "How to [perform X illegal act]" so that if I ever am brought into court, I can just say, "See! I Google random awful stuff like that all the time. Just because I Googled how to upperdeck the Oval Office bathroom on a White House tour doesn't mean I did it!"
Meh, government agents aren't looking for those unless they want to copy the results for themselves.
i miss somethingfamiliar. he would always seemingly come out of nowhere with the best one-liners.
In my opinion, he was the most under-rated.