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Fran

Avatar: 34789 2011-12-20 18:11:44 -0500
40

[A Beautiful Place -
Out in the Country
]

Level 62 Camwhore

Manphin's Prehensile male reproductive organ Was Here.

Hello, I’m Fran, I’m actually a girl and I’m helping nana on his e-peen.

POAST

nanalatinoje-
sus gets you-
JUSTICE IN -
YOUR FORUMS

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4

[Full of SbumSS]

Level 26 Troll

I SHOULD POST MORE BUT I DON'T BECAUSE YOU'RE ALL REALLY LAME

yes

yes it should

(i am expecting you to do this)

nanalatinoje-
sus gets you-
JUSTICE IN -
YOUR FORUMS

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4

[Full of SbumSS]

Level 26 Troll

I SHOULD POST MORE BUT I DON'T BECAUSE YOU'RE ALL REALLY LAME

littlefran Posted:

Hello, I’m Fran, I’m actually a girl and I’m helping nana on his e-peen.

POAST

littlefran Posted:

I’m helping nana on his e-peen.

littlefran Posted:

his

littlefran Posted:

his

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Fran

Avatar: 34789 2011-12-20 18:11:44 -0500
40

[A Beautiful Place -
Out in the Country
]

Level 62 Camwhore

Manphin's Prehensile male reproductive organ Was Here.

THERE ARE NO GIRLS ON TEH INTERNETZ

littlefran Posted:

THERE ARE NO GIRLS ON TEH INTERNETZ

No, there are no girls in your life!Log in to see images!

Fran

Avatar: 34789 2011-12-20 18:11:44 -0500
40

[A Beautiful Place -
Out in the Country
]

Level 62 Camwhore

Manphin's Prehensile male reproductive organ Was Here.

-God- Posted:

No, there are no girls in your life!Log in to see images!

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3

[geygrshytuyu]

Level 10 Troll

“Pain in the ASCII”

My balls itch.

LOLAIDS

Avatar: Poison Warning Sign

Level 10 Troll

“Pain in the ASCII”

I am LOLAIDS and I—AIDS OLOLOLOLO

...

Napalm Kid

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Level 6 Troll

“Jerk Chicken”

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my_mother

Avatar: 43437 Sun Nov 23 19:27:56 -0500 2008

[Team Shortbus]

Level 16 Emo Kid

my woman's genitals smells like freedom

I’m new…been a forumwarrior for about a week and a half.

I’d like to make friends but I’m not very funny.

Ron Paul

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1

[WEG0TPAID]

Level 10 Camwhore

“Leave it to Cleavage”

Soup?

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neo_fuzzy

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Level 7 Emo Kid

“Scene Kid”

Hi, I’m neo_fuzzy:

With a remarkable combination of middle-of-the-road appeal and talent and vision that has produced some of the better music of his time, composer-singer-drummer-actor Phil Collins has made an indelible impact on the entertainment industry. Truly one of the hardest working men in show business, he has written for and performed with two legendary and vastly different bands, found great success as a solo artist and nursed a budding acting career, all at the same time. While considering himself a drummer above all else, the musician has written some of the most memorable songs in contemporary pop music and has proven a powerful and universally recognizable singer. Because of his unfaltering dedication to his craft and his place in Genesis, one of the most influential rock bands of the day, Collins managed to win both popular success and the respect of fellow musicians, hitting the top of the pop charts while also being called upon to perform with such modern legends as Eric Clapton, Sting, Robert Plant and Quincy Jones. His musical credibility and capability have served well many a film that has procured his songwriting services.

After a short 1969 stint with the band Flaming Youth, the London-born Collins auditioned for Genesis, then an up-and-coming progressive rock band fronted by promising musical visionary Peter Gabriel. Hired as the band’s drummer in 1970, he debuted on their 1971 album “Nursery Cryme”. The drummer first sang lead with the moving ballad “More Fool Me” from Genesis’ 1973 concept album “Selling England By the Pound”. Despite the positive reaction to the track and the reality that Collins’ voice was in many ways technically superior to Gabriel’s, when the front man left the art-rock outfit to embark on his solo career, the remaining band members auditioned hundreds of singers unsuccessfully before finally giving Collins lead vocal duties in 1974. Genesis’ first album without Gabriel was not released until two years after his departure, but Collins kept busy as drummer of the fusion jazz project Brand X, another experimental and influential combo. At varying times throughout his career, the industrious Collins managed to record with Genesis and Brand X concurrently, even while undertaking huge world tours with the former as well as working on solo material.

Collins’ work with Genesis began to move away from the band’s original epic laden art-rock foundation and into a more radio-friendly pop/R&B inflected sound. This change grew more and more evident, and by 1981 Genesis had scored a veritable pop hit with the brbum-heavy “No Reply at All” off their release “Abacab”. That same year, Collins made his solo debut with the album “Face Value”, featuring the haunting and timeless “In the Air Tonight”. The album was a hit, and the following year’s follow up “Hello, I Must Be Going” was also a success. A 1983 hit record for Genesis came next, and in 1984 Collins would pen the love theme to “Against All Odds”, a composition that became a hugely successful single and garnered the songwriter an Oscar nomination and Grammy award. Soon he would release the hit album “No Jacket Required” (1985) featuring no less than four certified hit singles. That summer, the now-superstar was the only artist to play on Live Aid stages in both London and Philadelphia.

While all of this solo success certainly kept Collins busy, it didn’t keep him from his original band – Genesis. 1986 saw Genesis release the chart-topping album “Invisible Touch”, an unprecedented success for the band, with five of the album’s eight tracks becoming top selling singles. In the five years between “Invisible Touch” and Genesis’ next release, 1991’s “We Can’t Dance”, Collins released his fourth solo album, 1989’s ”...But Seriously”, and earnestly tried his hand at an acting career. The 1991 Genesis release and the two live albums chronicling the supporting tour released that year would be Collins’ swan song with the band. His 1993 solo album “Both Sides” didn’t turn out hit singles like his previous works had, but it was a notable and truly solo effort: in addition to writing and singing all of the songs, Collins also played every instrument on the album. In 1996 Collins stunned many fans by announcing his departure from Genesis after 26 years. He decided that a solo career was all he needed, plus the odd soundtrack, world tour etc., and he released another album. The album, titled “Dance Into the Light” failed to radiate much Top 40 heat, and Collins used this opportunity to try something new; indulging his lifelong dream of playing in a jazz band, he formed the Phil Collins Big Band. The project, with Collins on drums, performed standards and jazz instrumental versions of some of his biggest hits. The Phil Collins Big Band did a successful world tour in 1998, including two dates at the prestigious Montreaux Jazz Festival. All the while, Collins was working on songs for Disney’s “Tarzan” (1999), an animated project that would help to firmly reinstate him on the top of the charts.

An unquestionably gifted musician, Collins first pursued an acting career, enrolling in a stage school with which his talent agent mother was affiliated. From here, he landed an uncredited extra role as a screaming fan in The Beatles’ “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964). He abandoned acting for many years to focus on music, but those who watched Collins’ stage theatrics and hammy music video performances were not surprised when he began taking small guest acting parts, notably a featured role in a 1985 episode of the impossibly hip “Miami Vice” (NBC) that came hot on the heels of the singer’s chart-topping third solo effort and his amazing transcontinental Live Aid performances. In 1988, he took the lead role in the comedy caper “Buster”, starring as the title thief who pulled off 1964’s Great Train Robbery. Relatively short in stature and balding, Collins proved a charming and affable screen presence, with an open expressive face easy with goofy expressions. In 1989, Collins was featured in The Who’s twentieth anniversary performance of their rock opera “Tommy”, with an appropriately repulsive portrayal of wicked Uncle Ernie. He followed up with a featured role as a police inspector in 1991’s “Hook” and next tackled drama, sporting a greased up hairdo and mustache, looking every inch the part for his role as a sleazy owner of a San Francisco bathhouse in 1993’s exceptional HBO production “And the Band Played On”. That same year he played a chillingly vacant-eyed insurance inspector in the Australian black comedy “Frauds” and in 1995 took on a very different project, lending his voice to a pair of polar bears in the animated children’s feature “Balto”.

While Collins was a capable and likable actor, he proved, from his hit love theme for “Against All Odds” to his moving song score for Disney’s “Tarzan”, that his most notable work in film made the most of his musical gifts. While he failed to score an Academy Award (losing to Stevie Wonder’s “I Just Called to Say I Love You”Log in to see images!, the track has proven more enduring than the film itself. As a vocalist, Collins dueted with Marilyn Martin with the Stephen Bishop penned 1985 hit “Separate Lives” from “White Nights”. His next project, 1988’s “Buster” spawned two hit songs, the original “Two Hearts” (which netted him a second Oscar nod) and a cover of the 1960s syrupy “Groovy Kind of Love”. He was reportedly apprehensive about taking on the song score of “Tarzan”, faced with the task of writing in a storytelling style. His lyrical technique was always more free-bumociative than intellectualized, the songwriter admitting that even his oft-analyzed hit “In the Air Tonight” was not really meant to be about anything at all. Working closely for over two years alongside producers and animators, the perfectionist did countless drafts and rewrites, and ended up with five inspired compositions for the Disney film. The use of music in “Tarzan” went in a different direction than the studio’s past animated features, instead of the character’s singing the songs, Collins acted almost as a narrator, with the songs as background accompaniment and the lyrics serving to forward the story lines. The film’s touching lullaby “You’ll Be In My Heart” lived up to the Disney standard for memorable theme songs, becoming a summer hit single and showing certain potential to live on in popular consciousness. Phil Collins went on to receive two Academy Awards for Tarzan – Best Film Score and Most Original Song for “You’ll Be In My Heart”. He then co-wrote the Score for the next Disney Release – “Brother Bear” as well as contributed 5 new songs to the Soundtrack.

King Krimson

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[Snobby McSnobbers-
ons
]

Level 69 Troll

A lot fo kewl boiz wer it ok!

TLDR.

Edit: Good luck with the e-peen, Nana.

King Krimson edited this message on 05/12/2008 1:28PM

MizMoon

Avatar: Pink Dress

Level 7 Camwhore

“Training Broad”

*new*

‘Allo, my name is Candace and I’m quite late posting here! I like grammar and rainbows. I also can’t help it if I have a wide-set woman's genitals and a heavy flow.

badfish23

Avatar: Blonde Woman
10

[Board of Directors]

Level 10 Camwhore

“Leave it to Cleavage”

MizMoon Posted:

*new*

‘Allo, my name is Candace and I’m quite late posting here! I like grammar and rainbows. I also can’t help it if I have a wide-set woman's genitals and a heavy flow.

The perfect girlLog in to see images!

OGRastamon

Avatar: Ashtray

Level 15 Troll

“Inflammatory Agent ”

Err…something tells me I was a total douche to use my real name.

InaneAnomaly

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2

Level 22 Troll

“Dick in a Box”

All right, so I’m new here. How the **** does this **** work then?

Do you have to stay in character as your clbum for the whole of the forums, or just the serious RP/general RP sections?

DEAD fabulous person

Avatar: 21099 Wed Jul 08 18:09:49 -0400 2009
44

[Vacation Hideaway]

Level 35 Camwhore

AAA++++!!! WOULD BUY AGAIN!!!

InaneAnomaly Posted:

All right, so I’m new here. How the **** does this **** work then?

Do you have to stay in character as your clbum for the whole of the forums, or just the serious RP/general RP sections?

Nothing of the sorts is enforced. No reason to. You trolls are just ugly wannabe camwhores anyway. But outside the RP forums we should be civil and constructive or something but I’m not really into that.

DEAD FAGGOT edited this message on 05/14/2008 1:39PM

InaneAnomaly

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Level 22 Troll

“Dick in a Box”

SG94 Posted:

Nothing of the sorts is enforced. No reason to. You trolls are just ugly wannabe camwhores anyway. But outside the RP forums we should be civil and constructive or something but I’m not really into that.

I agree with everything you just posted.

MC Banhammer

Avatar: 1887 2011-07-31 00:40:59 -0400
36

[Good Omens]

Level 69 Troll

Trying to create drama to drum up the ratings by any means necessary!

InaneAnomaly Posted:

All right, so I’m new here. How the **** does this **** work then?

Do you have to stay in character as your clbum for the whole of the forums, or just the serious RP/general RP sections?

Protip: Don’t do pure trolling in the non-RP places if you want to stick around. In-character posts which actually contribute to the discussion in those areas are legit, though. Each forum has a READ ME for more details.

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