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Samuel Dravis

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About Samuel Dravis

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  • Biography
    i really love topo chico
  • Interests
    philosophy, tai chi, performing improv comedy, drawing, piano, ladies
  • Occupation
    call center supervisor. be nice please!
  • Web Browser
    chrome
  • Favorite LucasArts Game
    full throttle and mysteries of the sith
  • Resolution
    1920x1200
  • Height in cm
    191

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    samueldravis
  1. Thanks! A bit belated, true, but I'm hard to get hold of these days. :)

  2. Happy Birthday and all that crap!

  3. You posted some really horrible PR fluffle about social media and you still won't reply to me? Terrible. FOR SHAME SIR

  4. I have found something of interest:

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_of_the_Golden_Calf

     

    It is interesting that this existed at one time and Wyndham was involved. I was looking into Norwegian actors when I found it.

  5. Simian Dressed,

     

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    SEMIRG.

  6. The Satyricon is a fragmentary Roman satire; the major surviving fragment is the Dinner of Trimalchio, part of which is shown here, where the freed slave Trimalchio shows off his enormous wealth and attempts at learning...

     

    Of course, in Fellini's hands... :p

  7. I don't know what I just watched, but I liked it. I've only seen one Fellini movie, La Dulce Vita. I liked that one also. Presumably one day I'll end up watching 8 1/2...

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  9. Slam Drunk,

     

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  10. I understand you have Viewed this forum anon. Pray come back to this place. Or at least PM me!

  11. Smudgey Drawing,

     

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  12. Seems Dry,

     

    "It was as if in the space containing all the galaxies the image of what I had done that day were being projected in the interior of a sphere that swelled constantly, at the speed of light: the observers of the celestial bodies that gradually came within the sphere's radius were enabled to see what had happened." ~ ITALIAN CALVIN

     

    P.S. READ IT.

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