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  1. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Ayan kasi! Panay ang post ng print screen version ng desktop. Nabuking tuloy! :rofl:

  2. Join Date
    Aug 2005
    bwahahahaha! sumakit tiyan ko sa katatawa. :lol:

  3. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    dapat talaga walang laman desktop para walang makakalimutan. hehehe

  4. Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Under the username,

    "Nice t__s ... if only you had a c__k"

    pretty much sums it up, haha.


  5. Join Date
    Nov 2006
    bkit kc sa desktop nilalagay ung mga dinownload eh kitang kita ang ebidensya

  6. Join Date
    Dec 2003
    nyahahaha hulilng huli..

    nabuking na tuloy.. ayan kasi.. :loser:

  7. Join Date
    May 2006
    Hehe, panalo!

  8. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Quote Originally Posted by KoKoNAT View Post
    Check this out:

    A nice example of forum ownage. Ranks right up there with the Wendell post and the Star Wars Kid...
    na curious tuloy ako sa wendell post at star wars kid....

    link naman dyan

  9. Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Quote Originally Posted by StraightSix View Post
    Under the username,

    "Nice t__s ... if only you had a c__k"

    pretty much sums it up, haha.


    Palagay ko mga mods na naglagay niyan. Sobrang ginang-bang na nila yung poster eh. Hehe.

  10. Join Date
    Jan 2005
    yung star wars kid, if i remember, is this vid of this kid playing with a lightsaber pretending to be in Star Wars..

    eto yung link:

    from wiki (thank god for wikipedia)

    On November 4, 2002 Raza made a video of himself swinging a golf ball retriever around as if it were a weapon. Most believe he was imitating the Star Wars character Darth Maul with a double-bladed lightsaber, though others believe he was imitating the character Kilik from the game Soul Calibur wielding a bo. The video was filmed at the studio of his high school, and the tape was left forgotten in a basement for a few months. On or around April 19, 2003, the original owner of the videotape discovered Raza's recorded acts and immediately shared it with some friends. Thinking that it would be a funny prank, they encoded it to a WMV file and shared it using the Kazaa peer-to-peer file sharing network under the filename Jackass_starwars_funny.wmv.

    Within two weeks, the file was downloaded several million times. An adapted version of the video was created, adding Star Wars music, texts, and lightsaber lights and sounds to Raza's golf ball retriever. According to, this was done by Bryan Dube, an employee from Raven Software [1]. Several gaming, technology and Star Wars-related sites began to host the video, further increasing downloads. Soon, people all over the world picked up the original and began making conversions of it, adding music, visual effects, and sounds, combining it with other well-known videos or scenes from films.

    Raza reportedly suffered considerable embarrassment, in part because the video showed him to be overweight and not particularly graceful. The case raised privacy issues and was extensively reported in mainstream news media worldwide, including The New York Times, CBS News and BBC News. The boy underwent therapy and counseling. Raza became the spokesperson for an anti-bullying campaign in Ontario, but later changed his mind and the program was taken down.

    An Internet petition to get Raza a cameo role in Star Wars Episode III received more than 178,000 digital signatures. Although George Lucas sympathized with the young man's plight, the film contains no such cameo and there were never any plans known to do so, nor is it at all clear that Raza himself would have wished it. At the height of the video's popularity, two webloggers ( and began a fundraiser to buy Raza an Apple iPod. In less than a week, they raised over $3,200 and shipped him a 30GB iPod and a $2,600 gift certificate.


    In July 2003, his family filed a $250,000 CAD lawsuit against the families of four of his schoolmates; legal proceedings against one of them have been dropped. [1] The three current defendants were alleged to have taken the video and put it on the Internet without Raza's consent. The family claimed that Raza had suffered harassment and derision from both his schoolmates and the general public because of the video. The lawsuit was expected to go to trial April 10, 2006, but on April 7, news came out that Raza and his parents reached an out-of-court settlement with the families of the former schoolmates. [2] Terms of the settlement were not announced, but previous proceedings included discussions about whether the defendants had liability insurance.
    Last edited by chain; November 16th, 2006 at 10:24 AM.

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