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Jay J. Armes Owns You

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by GamblersGrin, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. GamblersGrin

    GamblersGrin 12oz Elite Member

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    Jay J. Armes Owns You

    Discussion started by GamblersGrin - Oct 12, 2004

    http://www.misterpants.com/01/2004_09.html#000080

    there are awesome links on this page for awesomer pics of the no armed man action doll and w/ famoos people.

    Jay J. Armes is an amazing guy who is too awesome and good to be true.

    Here's a bullet list explaining why:


    Jay J. Armes is currently a working private investigator in Texas.
    As a child, Jay J. Armes lost both of his hands in an accident involving dynamite. He now has hooks for hands. (At this point I would like to draw attention to how excellent his name is.)
    Jay J. rescued Marlin Brando's son when he was kidnapped.
    Jay J. played a bad guy in an episode of Hawaii-5-0.
    In 1976, Ideal Toys reckoned Jay J. Armes to be a real-life bionic man and made a Jay J. Armes action figure (which included interchangeable hands and a Mobile Investigation Unit with a "Super Hook").
    In 1993 an unsold pilot television detective show was made about him.
    Jay J. has a pet tiger and a pet cheetah.


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    2 blaazed New Jack

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    Best human ever
     
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  3. SteveAustin

    SteveAustin 12oz Veteran Member

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    SteveAustin - Replied Oct 12, 2004

    ^ oh shit...he's a bush cyborg!
     
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    Overtime Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Overtime - Replied Oct 12, 2004

    that is so awesome
     
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    JUDONO? - Replied Oct 12, 2004

    :king: i wish i could shake this man's hand :king:
     
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