did the message board theme change before or after the lineup came out?
I hope its red and black ooooo ahhhh
She added the phrase "meany head" to my profile.I hardly think I'm an attention whore.
I remember when blue first came along. It was so soothing and stuff.
But it's getting old.
Red n black would be great.
Originally Posted by stinkbutt
higgy - i demand you recant that statement immediately. I'm not stealing any time, im exercising my multitasking skillz and making amazing use of my dual monitor set up...
shaker - that is fucking BRILLIANT!
^Boy. Oh how I love the ambiguity of the webz.
I'm for a red-ish purple... something that would evoke sunset-type colors.
At some point, they are going to have to repeat colors, but for now, let's see it different as much as possible before then.
looking to purchase:big brother skateboarding magazine back issues. travis bean tb1000s electric guitars.
wow, that would explain all yer ridiculous amounts of posts, office jobs, i just thought none of yous had no lives and spent all yer time on this message board. are you message board whores on any other sites. i`m more of the theres nothing on t.v. might as well check the message boards type of person. do you get hemerhroids from sittin all day? are yer jobs like that sitcom the office?
ever had a serious case of wet ass?
well if that fake/real my version paul t lineup poster holds up it prob gona be orange .
how will i ever get to 3,685 post if i do that?
green and black would be cool
I cool kind of red would be neato
Originally Posted by Wayne Coyne
I loved the purple/pink on that fake poster with Daft Punk headlining.
bright green background with red text. real easy to read.
but seriously though...
how about black background with a bright color text. that way your monitor is using less energy.
I'm a loner Dottie, a rebel.
I think the background should flash neon GREEN YELLOW BLUE RED 30 times a second, I also think that we should have a midi version of "cotton eye joe" on repeat auto loaded into each page.
"It began as a mistake" - Charles Bukowski