When looking at your collection, I realized they must have migrated from SoundAmerica, since they are the same quality settings as the original WAV files – which, by the way, were converted using the MP3 codec, effectively creating MP3 files with RIFF waveform headers. I even know exactly when I originally put these files online – just over 8 years ago on August 15, 1997 – the day after they were given to me by Larry Franke, the sound editor for both cartoons. Here’s a page captured on the wayback machine at archive.org:
Pictures of Giza, my leopard “fursona” in the furry community.
Some of these pictures are gift art, others are random sketches and conbadges that I’ve gotten over the last 20 years or so. Starting in about 2010 I began dressing up like a White Mage from Final Fantasy, it turned out to be a really cool idea, and now I get art of me drawn as a White Mage.
I got this form letter from this Slashdot post, and it has surfaced in countless other incarnations, too.
FUSSP stands for “Final Ultimate Solution to the Spam Problem. It’s used to describe ideas put forth by people with little sysadmin/email/spam fighting experience who think that they found the magic problem to stop spam. More examples of FUSSPs can be found here.
In addition to the Thundercats, there was another cartoon series in the 1980s called “The Silverhawks”. It too was a science fiction cartoon, except it took place in the far future and in space. Another interesting note is that it had the same voice acting cast as Thundercats did. Since I have gotten more requests for outtakes, I figured I would put up these ones as well.
Just like the Thundercats outtakes, these have some pretty foul language. You’ve been warned!
The Thundercats were a cartoon show which aired during the 1980s. I used to watch it all the time, but it wasn’t until the early 2000s when I learned that there were outtakes from the show! Everyone I shared them with enjoyed them, so I thought I would host them here as well.