moongarbage's profile

June 26th, 2006
November 6th, 2007
Made Average Rating
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most recent sites

title views votes rating creation
?The Tra La La Song 1,014 11 (2.64)  2006-10-15
?To the Deniers (Warning - Graphic) 1,170 8 (3.63)  2006-08-02
?Lindsay Lohan Wears a Hat. 1,201 14 (1.86)  2006-07-02
?The Difference Between Lazytown Steph and You 5,927 16 (2.88)  2006-07-02
?lol half-life 1,311 11 (1.91)  2006-06-26

highest rated sites

title views votes rating creation
?To the Deniers (Warning - Graphic) 1,170 8 (3.63)  2006-08-02
?The Difference Between Lazytown Steph and You 5,927 16 (2.88)  2006-07-02
?The Tra La La Song 1,014 11 (2.64)  2006-10-15
?lol half-life 1,311 11 (1.91)  2006-06-26
?Lindsay Lohan Wears a Hat. 1,201 14 (1.86)  2006-07-02

recent comments

October 15th, 2006
On on the site ?The Tra La La Song
Yeah, I know; the original sound wouldn't play on YTMND. Fixed now.
September 21st, 2006
On on the site ?Eight New Zones!
5'd for jick and skully. and hooray for npzr!
September 8th, 2006
That same day, he writes himself into the story. He comes across the boulder and, lo and behold, he cannot lift it. But can the Tolkien who exists outside the story not merely move the boulder or cause it to be lifted? I'm not intentionally trying to make an arguement for the Christian God (though I am Roman Catholic), but the multiple natures of God (body, soul, and spirit) give the ability to do things otherwise impossible.
September 8th, 2006
Yo, try this one. Could God create a stone even He cannot life? Use this analogy: J.R.R. Tolkien created a fictional world. Now, first we must establish that he exists outside this world of Middle Earth. He is omnipotent; anything within the world as we (the inhabitants of Middle Earth, in this case) know it he has power over -- the laws of physics, magic rings, everything. One day, he created an enormous boulder. It is gigantic; it is so huge that it is unliftable.
September 8th, 2006
On on the site ?lol, test