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[challenge entry] First posty hopey worky.........

First piccy ever made, nevermind posted...so pwease be patient wid my fwagile ickle ego yoos muthas bitches.

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(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:47, archived)
# third post
let's be accurate here. :)
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:51, archived)
# You bust good Dr....
First one of any creative attemptage...thus pooey pixelation scummy on micky facey. Not the first time for him i bet
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:53, archived)
# if you have photoshop
try using the blur tool. blur everything that looks grainy. it's what i do, i just about get away with it ;)

who is dr suess (sp?), i see him around a lot, can i have an explanation please? :)
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:55, archived)
# Dr Seuss
wrote kids books in the 60s and 70s. Including the Cat in the Hat and the Grinch.
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:56, archived)
# You should read some of them if you can
They're really good.
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:57, archived)
# green eggs and ham

Wasnt it an American thing?
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:58, archived)
# He wrote and illustrated
children's nonsense consisting of simple rhyming couplets. "There's a Wocket in my Pocket" sort of thing.

And he wrote the Grinch.
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:58, archived)
# Not only that,
he used to limit himself on the number of words he used in each story.

(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:07, archived)
# Wocket in My Pocket?
wasn't that Iggy Pop?
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:11, archived)
# it's nice
I like the way it rhymes.
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:55, archived)
# Suess-age
They all rhyme in that way as an aid to educate kids Stateside. I thought i was being clever but clearly a bit too feckin american for our London punk asses.....re: school report - must try harder.
Do tell, the writing on the host is perfect but looks grainy here.....is the trick to size not so small? suggested size if so would be good :o)
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:00, archived)
# You should always
resize in your image editing program. If you let the browser do the resizing, the image quality suffers (and the file size is not reduced).
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:10, archived)
# So...
Image the right size on the host and just post rather than using ...width="250"> in the syntax? I'm just starting so following the FAQ page to the letter.....

Have been lurking here for a while with a friend....been egging each other on to post for a while....you guys frickin rock goddamit...funniest shit i've ever seen. Rate my beard was a triumph of the modern age :o)
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:17, archived)
# You've got the idea
The FAQ is not always accurate and up-to-date (in fact much of the useful information here is passed down through the message board and through sites that aren't obviously linked from B3ta itself), but it's a good idea to read it anyway.

Don't worry too much, B3tans are a real friendly bunch except to those who persistently abuse the board.
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:24, archived)
# yay!
that's brilliant.
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 13:59, archived)
# My first Yay!
I've houpla-d in my troosers
(, Mon 21 Oct 2002, 14:04, archived)