[00:31] icelolly: eggbot: goatse? where?!
[00:31] eggbot: icelolly: digi rotten has hit 511589 bongs in front of the italians
[00:34] icelolly: let's ask eggbot.. the second buddha.
[00:34] icelolly: eggbot: do the the spice girls smell like poo?
[00:34] eggbot: icelolly: scene 2 u negro
[01:11] Daggdave: Bed time I guess
[01:11] Daggdave: eggbot: good night eh?
[01:11] H5: cya Dag
[01:11] eggbot: Daggdave: chair
[01:11] Daggdave: omg
Chunky Lee Chong
Demarest (yes I do respect him)
Andolini Mafia Family <3
The Leone Mafia Family
Been coming here on and off for 11 years. The old style was pretty much the same for that entire time, minus some minor changes/improvements here and there. Change is good, just gotta sit tight and report your bugs and wait for it to be all sorted out. Personally I like it, just have to get used to it.
Took this with my 50mm f/1.8, reversed on a 550D. I had never messed with lens reversal before, and its by sheer chance this came out the way it did, seeing as the lens was being held on by rubber bands
Although the "Hot Coffee" minigame was completely disabled and its existence was only highlighted after the mod's release for the PC version on June 9, 2005, the assets for the minigame were also discovered in both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions of the game, and people found ways to enable the minigame via console video game hacking tools. By the middle of July 2005, the minigame's discovery attracted considerable controversy from lawmakers and politicians, prompting the game to be re-rated as an adult game, and pulled from some shelves. An updated version of San Andreas has since been released with the minigame removed completely, allowing the game to regain its original rating
I guess there is a working Hot Coffee mod somewhere, but it involves adding it to the game, and not just unlocking which is already pre-installed.
I know you said you recalibrated colors, but was that from within your operating system, or done via your monitor? And what sort of video drivers do you have installed? I know certain video card managers allow you to up the color/brightness of just video playback. Also, does it happen it multiple/different browsers, or is it just limited to one?