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Tibsie's picture
Tibsie
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Is it just me or did everyone else give the mountain a BIG BOOMING VOICE of epicness with the power to cause avalanches??

Suilean Dubh's picture
Suilean Dubh
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Nope. I gave it this angry hissy little voice. Kind of Gollum-esque but not quite.

JennaPeterson88's picture
JennaPeterson88
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I did

Rashkavar's picture
Rashkavar
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Personally, I read it in the Joker's angry growl from Dark Knight during one of his broadcasts. Despite the fact that the long 'e' on "me" doesn't fit the line.

psilorder's picture
psilorder
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I read it in the catvoice from when Bill Engvall joked about how the cat acted after castration.

Arlo James Barnes
0

I read it in a way similar to the way Dark Helmet disguised as the king of Druidia calls to Princess Vespa (come to me!).

Llewellian
2

You never get used to that. I grew up in front of the alps. When the sun comes out... ...you just cannot look away. And Snowcaps are such a beauty when the sun goes down.... ;o)

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Andrew
2

It's that way when you're driving through the West. Although I have to say, American mountains are more aloof than Canadian mountains.

Also, you'd never see such self centered behavior from oceans and lakes. Although rivers can be chatty.

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CrazyAlmostCanuk
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Ain't that the truth, Jam? Mt Baker looks like it's right down the road when the first REAL sunny day comes after the last snow dump.

Of course, it looks even better when you get to drive to it, and stamp your feet into the bindings of a good snowboard.

DSpencer
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I've always wanted to vacation somewhere that I can just look at the mountains for fun. Living down here in FL, looking out across the ocean sort of lost it's appeal after a few years of living here.

CrazyAlmostCanuk's picture
CrazyAlmostCanuk
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Drive a bit north, and check out the southern end of the Appies. Lower than the Rockies or Cascades, but still pretty. Ozarks are close enough for a 4 day weekend, too, but they're not as impressive.

DSpencer
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Thanks! It's gonna be about a year before I can do that (school), but thanks!

CrazyAlmostCanuk's picture
CrazyAlmostCanuk
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Take a long weekend. If you'e in Miami, you can hit the tail end of the actual Appalachians (not just the foothills) in South Carolina in less than a full day of driving. I made it Atlanta to Miami in just over 10 hours, including rest and fuel breaks, way back. If you have a drive partner, you could leave after last class on a Friday, and be there Saturday morning-ish...do it on a 3 or 4 day weekend, you have time to actually enjoy it a bit.

If you're not in Miami, cut the time between you and Miami off the time to Atlanta clock, and add 6 hours Atlanta to Tennessee hill country, or the southern chunk of the Appies, either one.

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Fuseblower
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I take it that this is Grouse Mountain, judging from the last two frames. When we were last in Vancouver, the wife determined that we should go and see the bears. It was Easter - I thought no more about it, but she wore sandals. Got to the top and discovered that she was going to have to walk through a couple of feet of snow to get to them! Well I thought it was quite funny, anyway...

kaltic's picture
kaltic
1

lol living in the surreal

littlebeast's picture
littlebeast
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Panel five - I spy a programmer...

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