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    Default [OT] The Amazing Crapola Web Translator

    Just in time to relieve that anxiety attack....

    CLICK HERE to access the Amazing...Crapola Web Translator

    -I take no credit for this brilliant mans work.


    "This is my attempt at a script to translate web pages into a particular vernacular you specify. The outcome is often funny."

    Vernacular:

    • Yoda
    • ROT13 (explanation)
    • All your base are belong to us
    • Boston accent
    • Canadian
    • simple hax0r
    • Ali G
    • Valley Girl
    • Binary (messy)
    • Jeff K (if you don't understand, don't ask)
    • Ultra Leet
    • Martian
    • Pig Latin
    • Smurf


    translate a web page:

    CLICK HERE to access the Amazing...Crapola Web Translator
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    Default For Example... Ali G

    From this... (Normal)


    When it comes to connections, USB 2.0 has ruled the roost for years. Firewire, despite its superior specs when it comes to audio, has failed to gain a real foothold in the world of DJ audio interfaces; the ubiquitous nature of the USB port has dictated the decisions of the market. USB 3.0 was quietly released to little aplomb more than a year ago, and Apple recently showed off the inclusion of an entirely new technology inside their latest MacBook Pros: Thunderbolt. Is your audio interface still safe, and for how long? Are there any more opportunities provided by these new technologies?



    To this... (Ali G)


    When it comes to connections, USB 2.0 gots ruled duh roost fo' yeas. Firewire, despite its superio' specs when it comes to audio, gots failed to gain a real foothold in duh world uh DJ audio interfaces; duh ubiquitous nature uh duh USB port gots dictated duh decisions uh duh market. USB 3.0 be quietly released to little aplomb mo' than a yea ago, an' Apple recently showed off duh inclusion uh a entirely new technology inside their latest MacBook Pros: Thunderbolt. be yo' audio interface still safe, an' fo' how long? be day any mo' opportunities provided by these new technologies?
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    Vally girls can turn any good sentence into crap

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    Default Valley Girl

    Quote Originally Posted by Garygary1 View Post
    Vally girls can turn any good sentence into crap

    Liiiiike.....Totally.....


    This... (Valley Girl)


    Translator : Your Words in VALLEY

    When it comes to like, connections, USB 2.0 has ruled the roost for years. Firewire, despite its superior specs when it comes to like, audio, has failed to like, gain a real foothold in the world of DJ audio interfaces; the ubiquitous nature of the USB port has dictated the decisions of the market. USB 3.0 was like totally quietly released to like, little aplomb more than a year ago, and Apple recently showed off the inclusion of an entirely new technology inside their latest MacBook Pros: Thunderbolt. is like totally your audio interface still safe, and for how long? are like there any more opportunities provided by these new technologies?
    Last edited by b3nz0n8; 04-01-2011 at 12:48 AM.
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