stephenbrooks.orgForumTalkMallardsTom is a beak
Username: Password:
Search site:
Subscribe to thread via RSS
tron
2003-04-23 07:03:08
Tom is a beak
[DPC]Stephan202
2003-04-23 07:12:01
Who's Tom?

(... and what's a beak?) --> *browses to babylon.com*

Babylon English-English
beak
n. horny jaws of a bird; snout; hooked nose (Slang); magistrate; school principal

---
Dutch Power Cow.
MOOH!
tron
2003-04-23 09:04:42
just downloaded one of stephens other projects.  a simple matrix style screen saver (matrixss4).  hundreds of lines of random symbols running down the screen.  but if you concentrate on the middle of the screen you can read a message saying "Tom is a beak". Id love to know myself what it means Smile
Chris Johnson
2003-04-25 02:39:41
'Tom is a Beak' refers to Tom King (a member of this forum) who went to the same school as Stephen and I. The 'is a beak' bit refers to the fact that Stephen and Tom like going to feed the DUCKS and watching them quack about oddly.  See http://www.mankyhair.freeservers.com
tron
2003-04-25 11:31:05
/me likes stuffing ducklings too
Tom King
2003-07-15 14:50:52
I am not a beak.

Chorus:

Quorn fudder quarnk quarnk
Quorn fudder quarnk quarnk
Stephen Brooks
2003-07-16 03:27:52
Quorn, quorn.

This should be in mallards.  And the thread that has recently started in mallards, should be over here.

Today's weather in %region is Sunny/(null), max.  temperature #NAN°C
magicfan241
2003-07-19 09:29:26
I think we need a meeting to discuss that...

quote:
Tom is a beak


Did I upload my new kernal release?
--The dying thoughts of a nerd
Stephen Brooks
2003-07-19 16:21:53
quote:
Originally posted by Thomas King:
I am not a beak.
I need to fix that.

Today's weather in %region is Sunny/(null), max.  temperature #NAN°C
magicfan241
2003-07-19 16:57:23
Now he is a beak.....

Did I upload my new kernal release?
--The dying thoughts of a nerd
Tom King
2003-07-25 05:04:20
Hey!  Where's my penguin?

Chorus:

Quorn fudder quarnk quarnk
Quorn fudder quarnk quarnk
Stephen Brooks
2003-08-04 09:22:03
You are a beak now.

It doesn't make any sense: that's why they call it "virtual"
Stephen Brooks
2003-08-05 15:00:39
To (vaguely) return to the original topic,



...I can't help thinking that ought to read "Tom is a beak" too.

It doesn't make any sense: that's why they call it "virtual"
The Mechanic
2003-08-29 13:03:28
I believe Tom had a beak.  All I can really remember of him was large amounts of hair, which, to his credit, was indeed full of waterfowl, all of which possessed beaks.  To these he might indeed be forced to turn in extremity.

I challenged the mighty Titan and his troubadours
: contact : - - -
E-mail: sbstrudel characterstephenbrooks.org
Yahoo: scrutney_mallard
Jabber: stephenbrooksstrudel characterjabber.org
Twitter: stephenjbrooks

Site has had 15073719 accesses.