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VileBill last won the day on April 30 2013

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  1. Completely disinterested in emo Peter Parker.
  2. INGREDIENTS • 1 pound large elbow macaroni • 12 tablespoons butter • 6 tablespoons all-purpose flour • 3 cups milk • 2 tablespoon minced roasted garlic • 1 cup heavy cream • 1 tablespoon Mrs. Dash • 1 tablespoon Salt • 1 pound white Cheddar, shredded • 4 ounces Fontina, shredded • 4 ounces Oxaca, shredded • 8 ounces shredded asiago • 2 cups Panko (japenese) bread crumbs INSTRUCTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. 2. In large pot filled with water add 3 pinches of salt and the macaroni and place over high heat. Bring to a boil and let cook until al dente, about 8 minutes. Drain. Set aside 3. In a large saucepan, melt 8tbs butter. Sprinkle flour over butter and cook 2 to 3 minutes on medium heat, whisking until a roux or paste forms. Add cold milk and whisk vigorously until dissolved. Cook sauce on medium-low heat until thick and bubbly. Add heavy cream, all cheeses, 1 tablespoon of salt, and 1 tablespoon pepper. Cook until cheeses are fully melted, stirring occasionally. 4. In a separate pan melt 2 tablespoons butter and then mix in panko bread crumbs until the butter is thoroughly absorbed. 5. Take 4 tbs of butter and melt. Stir together asiago and bread crumbs until completely mixed. 6. Add cooked macaroni to cheese mixture and mix thoroughly. Place macaroni mixture in a 13 by 9 baking dish and top with bread crumb mix. Place in the oven and bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. 7. For extra crispy topping, place under broiler after baking until bread crumbs turn golden brown. Recommended. You're welcome.
  3. Humor is about funny, not necessary.
  4. It's basically talking about "White People Problems" and real problems. Problems like a Netflix price increase or lines at Starbucks compared to problems like "I haven't had clean water ever" or "The rebels came into my village and took my son away after raping me."
  5. Actually, the real issue is that Netflix has deals with the various studios allowing them to offer download items for next to nothing. Those deals are coming to an end. And now Netlfix is going to have to offer somewhere around TEN times the payments to the studios that they've had to. Folks really seem to HATE the idea of having to pay for something they have to download. Like it isn't real and shouldn't need real money.
  6. Hi Minerva. I was here back then. I don't remember you specifically but welcome back. I was James 'Prodigy' Meehan back then.
  7. There is a very sane reason that digital media has a different level of enforcement. The ease of which it can be distributed. The Supreme Court stated long ago that simply making a copy of your favorite album on cassete tape wasn't a big deal. It was considered reasonable usage of the purchased product. The change came with digital media and the internet. If I purchased The Best of Guess Who (I have it, fuck you for judging me) back in the day and made a cassette copy it would A)be an inferior copy take me a reasonable amount of time to create and C) not be easily distributable in a way that would impact the owners of the copywritten material. But on the internet with file sharing of digital media I can make a perfect copy of the latest Ke$ha album and make it available to a million folks for free (and she'd desererve it, fuck that fucktard fuckwit) and massively impact her sales. Makes sense when you look at it without the common "I shouldn't have to pay for entertainment" attitude out there today.
  8. This is an absurd case of slippery slope argument. The little cube was designed by someone and is part of a copywritten product. Of course simply duplicating it and selling it for profit is illegal. And if you are copying other copywritten materials and profiting from them you are going to be breaking the law. It's very basic. If the design of a car is trademarked, copywritten, patented or somehow protected then yes, don't paint the goddamn thing and expect to profit from it.
  9. Whenever watching an internet video ALWAYS keep this in mind; Someone somewhere out there thinks this is hawt.
  10. Hot? It looks like the little furry monster is fisting her.
  11. Fuck those who do not love the Muppets.
  12. Okay, Righty has the coolest name fucking EVER. I hope she aims to misbehave.
  13. And how likely is it that this movie will be as massively wussified as Wanted was?
  14. Interesting. Could be a good movie. But as this is a site aimed at actual gamers I'm not sure if many of us are looking forward to yet another movie portraying gamers as socially incompetant fuckups. Just my take.
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