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Episode 5: 'Spiderweb Resistance'. in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #218
Poor Piper Bot.

I like the focus on rats and other made up characters, because while cameos are fun, they are limited by their percieved personnas and can't really become independent characters, unlike the made up protagonists of this chapter.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Spiderweb Hall of Fame in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #2
quote:
Originally written by Lt. Sullust:
The most famous of posts tend to be those that would get someone banned...
I think Zorro is talking about posts that you found particularly amusing and enjoyable, rather than simply memorable ones.

I'd post various Spidwebbers as actors/characters/whatever threads most of which were started by Slarty, but I can't find any right now.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Deathmatch Tournament -- Round Two, Part Two in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #84
quote:
Originally written by Indicative v. Performative:

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While this was very funny, there's one problem. If it's an Angband dungeon and the assassin is actually SILENT, offscreen Ancient Black Dragons are never going to attack him in the first place.

Hey, that ingenious scheme to defeat Alorael using 20 flasks of oil, a summoning trap, diagonal tunnel, 3 wands of polymorph, and a ring of aggrivate monster sounded good at the time. :)

Now back to the rest of the matches.

5. Nemesis vs. Emperor Tullegolar
Regardless of whether Dianslaifs can defeat all of ET's slaves, the two armies will prevent each other from interfering in the main battle. In that battle, Nemesis' independent thinking will protect him from ET's Leadership, and flag waiving will be just a distraction. Unfortunately mild manners are no match for a Slith Spear (1), so ET will nearly kill Nemesis when the crowd starts booing. ET says that canisters give him "sexy green glow", which means that he has consumed enough of them to get episodes of unsupressible rage. And booing by the audience will trigger this kind of incident, causing ET to get himself killed by going on a rampage against the spectators.
Winner: Nemesis

6. Zeviz vs. *i
i = 0;
*i.attack(Zeviz);

Fatal Error: NullPointer Exception

Winner: Zeviz

7. SoT vs. Salmon
Either of the two can hold their own in a debate, so they'll have to resort to the rest of their skillset. Salmon's fishing pole is a surprisingly powerful weapon, but SoT can use his knowledge of physics to avoid the lure and to conjure a trinity of a tornado carrying fire and rocks to win the match.
Winner: SoT

8. Jewels vs. TM
SMoThErIN' WITh LuV
Winner: Jewels

1 - I was originally going to end this match here, but ET's complaints inspired the continuation that lead to reversal of result.

PS And here is a more traditional description for round 6.

6. Zeviz vs. Stareye
As most people are saying, Stareye can just press ban button and ...
"Access Denied?! Drakey?! Schrodinger?!"
Unfortunately, Drakey is still dead from losing his match, and it takes a while to find Schrodinger, so the match will be over by the time he finds a secret account to which Zeviz gave admin rights as a backdoor to admin CP while he had a chance. So this match will be decided using regular battle.

The battle starts with Stareye destroying the scrying pool by stomping it with his boot, while menacingly waving Sword of Damocles over Zeviz's head. Meanwhile, Zeviz nukes the antimatter machine. Resulting explosion kills almost everybody in the area, including Stareye. Fortunately, plenty of loyal EVOL members are happy to shield the Party's leader with their bodies, so Zeviz survives with just minor radiation exposure.

Winner: Zeviz

[ Tuesday, April 29, 2008 13:21: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Spidweb Keygens in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #13
When I had sent Jeff links to some cracks of his games hosted on sites whose usage policy prohibits that kind of illegal content, his response was something like "thanks, but people who use cracks aren't our target audience".

quote:
Originally written by Nikki.:

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It's unlikely that somebody who has the full game will pay $30 dollars to get the same thing again.
...

Correction: somebody who has a stolen (cracked) version is unlikely to be the kind of person who pays for games he plays. (Although I've heard of a few exceptions.)

There are some shareware programs for which I paid registration fee despite being satisfied with free version, just because I wanted to support the developers.

PS This reminds me, I haven't paid for KoL in over a year. (Their "donation" system has such a strong ingame benefit that I think of it more as purchasing game wealth than as supporting game development. So sometimes you can get more by giving people less and appealing for help more directly.)

[ Monday, April 28, 2008 14:50: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Deathmatch Tournament -- Round Two, Part Two in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #77
Is all of this drama really necessary? The poll results can be seen as either an expression of people's creativity, or a popularity contest. If you chose to treat it as the former, the only thing reflected in the outcome is whose abilities are percieved to be more powerful based on Diki's scripts and forum gimmicks, so it's pointless to complain about them. If you chose to treat it as the latter, it will be more productive to consider why you are so unpopular, rather than to throw a temper tantrum about biased voting.

Anyway, here is my analysis:

1. Alorael vs. Silent Assassin
Alorael is a sniper. SA is an assassin, so you'd expect him to easily sneak up on Alorael and kill him. However, multi-level conspiracies tend to make assassin's life more difficult. In this case, Alo can use his involvement with RW cult to make the match take place in an Angband dungeon. As a Rogue, SA should be able to handle dungeons, but Angband is nearly unwinnable without backing up your save files, and "Deathmatch has not Save and Reload".
Ancient Black Dragon (offscreen) breathes acid ...
Silent Assassin is hit for 34 damage ...
Silent Assassin dies ...
Winner: Alorael

2. ADoS v. Aran
Fluffy turtles attack only those who are sane. Unfortunately for Aran, his bots are logical, which is as close as computers can get to being sane. And fluffy kittens might be insanity inducing, but are quite sane themselves. So this match will be concealed by a cloud of fluff, as fluffy turtles fight fluffy kittens and non-fluffy bots. Under cover of this cloud, it will be easy for Aran to invoke a conspiracy that uses a magic flute and smell of fresh bacon to lead ADoS' nose into a PHP-scripted magico-mechanical trap.
Winner: Aran

3. Goldenking vs. Drakefyre.
First Drakey casts Divine Warrior, making himself invinsible. Then he beats down Goldenking with a barrage of powerful spells, breaking his sheild, knocking the gun out of his hands, and leaving him on the ground, nearly unconscious. He then decides to finish the match in style, pressing the Ban Button.
"What do you mean it's not listed on the card?! Who made up these cards anyway? Slarty? Slarty!" While Drakey turns around looking for Slarty, Goldenking manages to reach his gun, lift it, and fire at Drakey's back just as invinsibility wears off.
Winner: Goldenking

4. Ash Lael vs. Dintiradan
Since Dintiradan is a Christian, Christian Rock might be able to influence him, but his Evil Overlord Helmet, while not having great defense against sonic attacks, is enough to make song lirics unintelligible. A chainsaw might remove the Helmet, but Ash would have to get through the Legions of Terror first. And since Dintiradan read the Evil Overlord guide, he will send his entire legion at Ash right away, instead of sending them out in small groups to be slaughtered by the famous chainsaw. However, Ash will simply lure the Legion into hardes Sub Terra level ever made, so it will be down to single combat again. We know what happened the last time Dintiradan tried to use cloning or summpning machines, but Deth Ray is still quite effective. Somebody said that good always wins, but that is not the case in modern "dark fantasy", and Dintiradan, with his Evil Overlord Guide, would make a perfect villain for that kind of literature.
Winner: Dintiradan

I'll do the rest later.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
SPAM in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #40
quote:
Originally written by Nioca:

... how many members here have had spam? And if so, what did you think of it?
SPAM was part of aid packages US sent to Russia in early 90s. Despite most of them being stolen en route and sold in stores, some were given out in schools, at least in Moscow, so my parents got a few cans. I don't think it tasted that badly, but I don't remember much about it.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Happy Passover in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #8
Happy Passover!

quote:
Originally written by The Silverspine:

The seder involves delicious food, but no bread for days? That's cruel!

—Alorael, who confesses to keeping only the loosest of passover diets. Cereal isn't bread!

When I was observing the rules (mainly last couple years of college), I found "no bread during Passover" to be pretty easy to deal with: For breakfast, potatoes are allowed, as are Matza Brie(sp?) and fried eggs in general. Most soups are also ok, as are meat dishes and vegetable salads. Having a meal plan at Jewish student union helped, but I did it for a couple years without that. It just helps to have a large enough list of things you could make so that eliminating grain would still leave enough variety.

[ Sunday, April 20, 2008 21:34: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
While We Wait for the Next Chapter in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #114
quote:
Originally written by Jumpin Salmon:

IMAGE(http://superlies.com/oobee/triffid.jpg)

Even better!

A scripting accident plunges the boards into darkness, while man-eating plants get out of vats in Geneforge boards?

That sounds like a promising plot for Episode 6. :P

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Future Series - What Would You Like? in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #28
quote:
Originally written by Student of Trinity:

Roll-your-own-game engines don't seem to make anyone money unless they're capable of turning out a product that can be resold, because then you can charge a bundle for them. The people willing to pay so they can work hard building free games are the few, the proud, the wait I think we just said 'few'.
The idea is that people would pay for the ability to play games made by others. I suspect BoA would have been more successful if a good user-made scenario was included in the free demo as a proof that players would get far more than just Jeff's 4 scenarios for their money.

[ Monday, April 14, 2008 12:17: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Global Warming is real and I can proove it! in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #49
The weather here (SF Bay Area) is normally good, but it's also been weird lately. Yesterday the temperature was in high 80s, and today it's in the 50s.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Episode 5: 'Spiderweb Resistance'. in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #178
quote:
Originally written by Disappearer:

I'm just hoping the implication implied by that one line of chapter 3 is, in fact, a red herring.
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Shotts? I doubt it.

- Seviz

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
While We Wait for the Next Chapter in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #70
quote:
Originally written by Jeran Korak:

... in fact I have no idea how any of my former post(s) was in any way stupid ...
Jeran, the main reason for these conflicts is that role playing and discussion of in-game accomplishments are appropriate only in limited situations. This is not a role playing board. So if you want to talk about spot checks and swords, you should either start a separate thread with a title like "DnD and other role playing" (and limit such discussions to that thread), or find a forum where such references would be appropriate. (e.g. forums for OotS comics.)

It is possible to occasionally throw in well-placed DnD references for a good effect. However, "occasionally" and "well-placed" are the key words here. Since you don't have a good feel for when such things are appropriate, I suggest you refrain from them for a while.

If your post about your new sword was made in the dedicated DnD thread, somebody might have congratulated you on your accomplishment. However, in this thread, it was as random as boasting about buying an expensive car, and generated similarly annoyed responses.

In summary, since is isn't a role-playing board, your constant DnD references are treated as a gimmick, and a particularly annoying one at that. (Ranking right next to Iffy's muffins as far as annoying gimmicks go.)

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Geneforge 2 Editor not responding in Geneforge Series
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #1
Compare the file you've downloaded with the file online. (It's just a text file.) Or just try downloading it again. I've heard of problems if for some reason part of the file got cut off.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Just tried out Avernum series in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #8
You can find a lot of information here: http://www.geocities.com/zeviz1/ The character creation is discussed in "Hints" page.

The short answer to your question is that a lot of skills are either not really necessary, or can be just given to one of party members. A four-character party would be overpowered if each character was optimised for combat, so you can give many characters a secondary specialization. (e.g. spending extra points of one of the fighters on skills that help disarm traps)

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Episode 5: 'Spiderweb Resistance'. in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #116
Synergy, welcome back.

Salmon, please PM me that link. (Even if you will read this after April first is over.) :P

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Why can't we just be happy? in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #50
quote:
Originally written by Diprosopus:

... And while depression among those not subject to tragedy is sad, "change your attitude" or "others have it worse" without any qualifiers are generally unhelpful because the former asks the impossible out of people and depression is based off of a sincerely-held, committed belief that one's situation actually is bad.
Actually, asking people to change their view on life is the basis for CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), a method of treating mild and moderate depression that proved to be just as effective as medication. (Yes, CBT involves more than just saying "cheer up", but my main point is that it is possible for depressed people to change their mood by changing their view on life.)

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Another picture thread. in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #0
We haven't had one in a while, and today seems like the perfect time to start another picture thread. ;)

IMAGE(http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/5426/090ar6.th.jpg)

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
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Global Warming is real and I can proove it! in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #15
And Jewelz wins the best April Fools post award. :)

The best April Fools prank gets people to forget what day it is and gets taken seriously. The second best creates a lot of confusion. The third best is simply amusing. Needless to say, it's pretty hard to fool anybody when every webpage is doing something. However, the amount of time it took me to figure out the level of snow cover in the place where Jewelz lives was much longer than the amount I wondered about all other today's tricks combined. In the end it turned out that the snow depth in (what I presume to be) Jewelz' county this morning was 3-5 inches, so her picture is probably real. However, I couldn't figure it out based on current and recent weather (slightly above freezing), so I had to find the actual snow cover numbers. So Jewelz wins the best April Fools award this year without even trying. :)

PS As for "global warming", this is the reason its official name is "global climate change". Some places are getting warmer. Others are getting colder. While the average temperature over entire planet is rising, it's having a different effect on different places.

[ Tuesday, April 01, 2008 14:37: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
It's time for a new CSR in Blades of Avernum
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #35
Not sure if this is the right place to post, but people restoring CSR might find this useful:
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://pub26.ezboard.com/bthelyceum

Not all reviews are archived, but the ones that are should help sort out the mess created by ezboard demise. You could even restore some reviews eaten by a crash a few years ago.

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Interested in spiderweb games, where to start? in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #8
The Geneforge series has a strong continuity, with ongoing story and gameplay throughout, so I agree with suggestion to start from the beginning.

The games of Avernum series, on the other hand, are more loosely connected and have different gameplay focus from each other. Avernum 1 is about unstructured exploration of untamed new world. You can go anywhere and do anything you want. Avernum 2 has a stronger storyline and more structured gameplay until letting you roam freely in the second part of the game, but the story is strong enough to push you towards completing main quests even then. Avernum 3 has perhaps the biggest world of all Spidweb games, but you explore it in stages, while solving a mystery. Avernum 4 is all about shiny new engine and is the best one to skip if you care about good story. Avernum 5 is supposedly the best, but I haven't played it yet.

So in summary, with Avernum series you can start with whichever game sounds most appealing to you, and work your way down priority list. (Just be aware that the mystery of A3 will be ruined if you start with later games first, or read too much of Avernum forums.)

Nethergate is also worth considering, especially for the unusual feature of letting you play through the same storyline from different sides.

PS And I forgot to mention BoE/BoA. Those are editors that allow people to create their own scenarios, some of which are at least as good as official Spidweb games. You can find scenario ratings here: http://forum.nethergate.net/index.php?showtopic=972 (for BoE) and http://forum.nethergate.net/index.php?showtopic=652 (for BoA)

[ Friday, March 28, 2008 09:22: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Why can't we just be happy? in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #17
quote:
Originally written by Nicothodes:

... I think that if people were friendlier and less wary of each other, everyone would be just a bit happier, because maybe someone smiled at them when they felt they looked awful or someone made them laugh when they were having a bad day.
The only way you can change the world is by changing yourself first. Just try being that someone you are talking about and you might notice more happiness around you. (Not much more, but enough to notice.) (And I know that it's far easier to give this kind of advice than to follow it.)

quote:
Originally written by Thralni:

To be honest, I don't see a lot to be happy about (except that I got some good marks froma teacher that I swear used to hate me and I have a nice solo in the next concert I'll be giving with my orchestra). Just look at this world: it's getting more polluted all the time,
but people care more about polution than they did 50 years ago. (The idea of "conquering nature" no longer looks as positive as it did.)

quote:
people bomb eah other because of religion,
And this is now considered a bad thing by most of the world. (As opposed to most times in the past when killing and/or selling to slavery entire population of a conquered city was acceptable practice, and religion was a good reason to start wars.)

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the financial world seems to be panicking because of what happened in America,
which happens every 5-10 years, as part of a normal business cycle. Even centrally planned economies like USSR have their versions of business cycles.

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more and more youngsters have sleeping problems and get adicted to drugs/alcohol
but these problems are less widespread than they were in the 60s, and that generation grew up fine.

So you can find positive (or at least non-negative) side in most things, if you look for it.

[ Thursday, March 27, 2008 08:32: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
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The 2008 Elections in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #56
quote:
Originally written by Thuryl:

quote:
Originally written by Zeviz:

The first post was fine. Perhaps even the response to my post. Just repeating the same thing three times in a row even after everything was said on the subject felt a bit exessive to me.
Zeviz, at this point you just sound as if you're complaining about not being allowed to get the last word.

That was more related to an IM conversation we had the night before, so admittedly I should have sent it via PM instead. Anyway, what I was complaining about was people harping on the same thing after everything was said about it. (Note that I don't usually get involved in public debates and even on this thread I didn't reply to people who argued with my posts, so having the last word, or even the second word is pretty low on my priority list.)

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Why can't we just be happy? in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #3
I think we tend to notice more things that match our own mood. For example, I notice rude drivers much more when I am in a hurry, or already angry about something else. I notice coworker's laziness much more when I am falling behind on my own assignment, etc. So if people seem to be in a bad mood, it might be that your own mood makes it more likely that you'll notice those people, as opposed to people who smile and say 'hi' as they pass you on the street. (This of course assumes that there is no special reason for everybody around you to suddently get nervous. So I am assuming there was no recent high-profile crime in the neighborhood, or some other disaster.)

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
The 2008 Elections in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #54
The first post was fine. Perhaps even the response to my post. Just repeating the same thing three times in a row even after everything was said on the subject felt a bit exessive to me.

And now back to your regularly scheduled political arguments. :)

[ Wednesday, March 26, 2008 12:26: Message edited by: Zeviz ]

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
Posts: 2649 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
The Time has Come in General
Nuke and Pave
Member # 24
Profile Homepage #6
quote:
Originally written by Here Be Errores:

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—Alorael, who supposes he could step up his posting if required. He'd really rather not, though. Spamming is so 2002. ...

There is always the traditional "post and delete" method. :P

PS Considering that just viewing this thread gives me error messages, UBB might be getting ready to defend itself. Beware of the wrath of UBB. :P

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Be careful with a word, as you would with a sword,
For it too has the power to kill.
However well placed word, unlike a well placed sword,
Can also have the power to heal.
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