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Funko
07-06-2005, 15:59:54
We haven't had one of these titanic struggles for ages.

Funko
07-06-2005, 16:05:21
New Posters vs Oldwarrior
Newport vs Oldham

etc

Tizzy
07-06-2005, 16:27:25
New poll vs Old polls

Clearly old polls.

Lurker the Second
07-06-2005, 16:29:42
New socks vs. old socks -- new.

MDA
07-06-2005, 17:15:39
New wine vs. Old wine. Old.

mr.G
07-06-2005, 17:26:10
New York vs. old York. rotterdam

Lurker the Second
07-06-2005, 17:55:17
New boobies vs. old boobies. New.

mr.G
07-06-2005, 17:57:38
Lurker the old vs. Lurker the new.

NEW BOOBIES
NEW BOOBIES
NEW BOOBIES

Cruddy
07-06-2005, 18:05:16
Old masters Vs modern artists.

Old.

EDIT: I apreciate both new and old boobies. I actually prefer the old ones as they usually aren't filled with silicon.

MOBIUS
07-06-2005, 18:07:10
I am old, therefore old gets my vote!

MDA
07-06-2005, 18:41:57
Old MTV vs. New MTV - Old

Old Dr. Who vs. New Dr. Who?

mr.G
07-06-2005, 18:43:53
Old masters Vs modern artists.

modern

MDA
07-06-2005, 18:51:15
Old bridges vs. New bridges - Old.

mr.G
07-06-2005, 19:10:36
mda vs anything - anything

MDA
07-06-2005, 19:26:23
That's because I'm not old.

mr.G
07-06-2005, 19:27:13
no

Lurker the Second
07-06-2005, 19:32:01
MDA vs. 60 year old women. 60 year old women.

Kory
07-06-2005, 19:40:46
Old coke: better than new coke.
New diet coke: better than old diet coke.

But there wasn't a 'both' button, so I picked old.

-- Kory (Because I am. Old.)

MDA
07-06-2005, 20:15:09
MDA vs. summer/winter clothes. Summer/winter clothes.

Cruddy
07-06-2005, 23:08:01
Originally posted by mr.G
Old masters Vs modern artists.

modern

I have only twice been to a modern art exhibition.

The reason I went a second time was to make sure it really was just pretentious shit.

I guess it depends on who you classify as a modern master. I can't think of anyone with the skill of a Raphael or Reubens though.

Kory
07-06-2005, 23:40:22
Well, now, that depends. If you mean "contemporary art" -- e.g., stuff from the last 20-30 years -- I might agree. But "modern art", as compared to "old masters", generally means late 19th C on, and there's definitely some fine stuff in there: Dali, Rodin, Picasso, CÚzanne, Klimt, and Escher, for instance. The entire surrealist movement was "modern", though I grant that's not to everyone's tastes.

-- Kory (It's another one of the ones I'd have to say 'both' to.)

Greg W
07-06-2005, 23:57:52
Old is the new.

Sweeper
08-06-2005, 00:06:43
Old is the old new. New is next season's old - get it before it goes stale.

sexylady
08-06-2005, 08:59:49
old-old
new-new
old-new
new-old
:D :D :D

mr.G
08-06-2005, 16:44:20
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
MDA vs. 60 year old women. 60 year old women. :lol:

MDA
08-06-2005, 16:49:22
:lol:

Today is Wednesday, and I had a delicious hot dog for lunch. :p

mr.G
08-06-2005, 16:53:07
proof

MDA
08-06-2005, 17:26:49
OK, I lied, it was a Lebanon Bologna sandwich with provolone cheese and Miracle Whip dressing.

mr.G
08-06-2005, 17:28:11
see SOLIDARIDAT that is what we learned from our polish friends

MDA
08-06-2005, 17:35:59
Dinner's great! I especially like how you cut up my hot dogs to look like octopi.