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 Post Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2017 1:58 pm 
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Because they don't exist. A forum game!

The first poster lists a few things the famous person might be famous for, and the next poster gives their bio before providing a new list.

Example:

Poster A: badgers, Cambodia, cheese

Poster B: Hun Buna (1842-1894), noted for helping feed his native Cambodia during French colonization by developing a delicious local cheese made from badger milk.

Go!

My list: tell me who's famous for cats, chocolate, the beach

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 Post Posted: Fri Feb 03, 2017 9:24 pm 
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Kitty Kitty La Bangbang (b. 2019 - ?) , famous socialite, fashion designer and product of a forbidden genetic experiment in introducing cat DNA into the human genome. Known for her book about cooking with chocolate "Life's a Beach."

Frogs, dogs and cans of spam.

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John Macintyre Henry (1724-1795), whose cans of 'spam' (involving large amounts of frog and dog meat instead of the advertised beef) were a major reason for modern food safety laws.

Balloons, clouds, and origami.

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 Post Posted: Sun Feb 05, 2017 8:04 pm 
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Sumiki Tadoyama (643 - 672) was an at-the-time-undistinguished merchant's wife who made a messy, complicated origami work entitled 'cloud', which went unremarked for over a millenium, but we now recognize as the balloons used for Martian descent by the Spirit and Opportunity missions, partially deflated.

Fire hydrant, wheel, snowflake

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 Post Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 9:05 pm 
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Tyler Tylerson (1985 - 1960?) whose long, quixotic quest to popularize a wheeled fire hydrant caused him to be the first person to derisively be called "a very special snowflake."

Spies, thighs and dirty lies.


OOG: We should rename this thread "Alternative Facts!"

What?

Too POOPy?

But all I said was...

<snorf>I'll be good</snorf>

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 Post Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:21 am 
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Michael Powell. (1934-1977) A corporate spy, with a reputation as a ladies man, who reputedly stole the Original Recipe from the vault at KFC headquarters. Died under mysterious circumstances.

a baseball cap, perfume, and scalpel.

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Eldar Brylar (2nd era 231- 3rd era 025) Famous elvish baseball player known for the brutal murder of celebrity surgeon Krandrul Darkhand during a televised operation. Using his status as a noted sports star Eldar talked his way into the operating theater during the leg transplant of president Leatrice Mansell. Eldar delivered a fatal dose of poison directly to the surgeons face by disguising it as a perfume he had hidden under his baseball hat. The trophy winning star died himself that same day when during his escape he unexpectedly slipped on the bloody floor and fell face first into a display case of historic scalpels.



Diamond, cats, surfing

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 Post Posted: Wed Jul 26, 2017 1:24 am 
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OOG: Whoa. It's Mechamancer! Hi Mechamancer! (And my 2500th post, to boot!)

Darlene Ellsbury 1978 -

Former world champion Metal Detector. (She once found a diamond ring on the beach.) Hobbies include surfing, and underwater basket weaving. She lives alone with her 40 cats.

SD Card, Tea Cozy, Ham Sandwich.

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 Post Posted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 12:09 pm 
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OOG: *scoffs*, 2500? Only 2500? *quickly checks own post count* What? And you joined a whole 5 months later than I did. Time to catch up by 18 posts... :kiki:

Alberta Albertason, absent-minded inventor who accidentally covered her sandwich with a tea cozy, poured hot water on her computer, and plugged her SD Card into her toaster, thus creating the Internet of Things.

Rings, stings and butterfly wings.

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Joshua Lepidopterson, an accountant who identified a illegal butterfly-wing-smuggling ring through careful examination of the local population's pin purchasing habits, leading to an operation in which fake butterfly wings were offered, and then bought, and were tracked. This sting operation led to a terrible expansion in the government's war on wings.

top hats, crescent wrenches, calendars

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 Post Posted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:40 pm 
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Bridgett Anderson; Mechanical Engineer, Inventor, Spark... and cover girl for Lug-nuts Quarterly, premier publication for aspiring gadgeteers and mad scientists.

Her January spread, with her Fire Engine Red hair, that amazing top hat, her devil may care grin, and a 'Spirelli 0-5cm adjustable crescent wrench, with meter long titanium handle, slugging surface, and customized grip' (for better adaptation to crescent-hammer when necessary); was a thing of pure beauty.

Hrm....
Cartography, Kleptomania, and Tangerines

(And who doesn't find a crescent-hammer occasionally necessary, really)

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