Firrox's profile

November 16th, 2006
May 17th, 2015
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May 17th, 2015 Firrox viewed ?an unusual... what? (firefox sync).
May 17th, 2015 Firrox viewed ?It's Good! Want Some?.
May 17th, 2015 Firrox viewed ?Did anybody hear that?.
May 17th, 2015 Firrox viewed ?Picard figures it out.
May 17th, 2015 Firrox viewed ?(nsfw) Brad Pitt's dreams are shattered!(refresh).

most recent sites

title views votes rating creation
?Truck Bounce 495 2 (1.00)  2010-09-16
?No Sunshine for Dr. Drakken 672 2 (1.50)  2008-04-27
?Razor is one macho cat 5,161 80 (4.21)  2006-12-21
?Connery Mans the Gattling Gun: HUTUKUKUKUK... 917 11 (3.64)  2006-12-16
?Why we never saw Him in 2000 800 17 (2.88)  2006-11-16

highest rated sites

title views votes rating creation
?Razor is one macho cat 5,161 80 (4.21)  2006-12-21
?Connery Mans the Gattling Gun: HUTUKUKUKUK... 917 11 (3.64)  2006-12-16
?Why we never saw Him in 2000 800 17 (2.88)  2006-11-16
?No Sunshine for Dr. Drakken 672 2 (1.50)  2008-04-27
?Truck Bounce 495 2 (1.00)  2010-09-16

recent comments

April 8th, 2011
On on the site ?Taste the Connery
What is that SONG!?
February 27th, 2010
I can't believe how funny this is.
November 11th, 2009
You can't exactly bounce photons off an electron to "see" it. I'm not sure, but I think the scientists are using some type of magnet the electron has to pass by, or "shield" that the electrons has to pass through. Otherwise, how would you detect it? Either one of these (even bumping a photon off it) disturbs the path of the electron. I don't know exactly why this would cause it to act like a particle instead, but it is not simply just "watching" an electron that makes it do this. It's interference.
November 11th, 2009
On on the site ?Swine Flu is evolving
5'd for Frisell. Good taste, man.
July 3rd, 2009
On on the site ?Impact
They never start... they never start singing! NNNNnnnOOOOO!!