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Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #92
Well, it's perfectly fine to post here to say you're lurking. Lurking doesn't mean NEVER posting - it just means posting, say, less than once a week.

And hi Bob! And Bowen and Rowen, although I don't recognize either of you.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #86
I have of being of lurking. Except of the state of posting in this topic.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #82
Yay the loyal underling all bow down to the loyal underling yay yay yay!

And hi slith! And Henrik! And Dareva! Yay!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
The Dragon-Slayer's Love in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #21
A wonderful poem, certainly. Nicely done, Motekye.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #71
Princess Ruth has purple hair. Hi Princess Ruth! And hi High Clerist, hope you enjoy your shiny new title, if Drakey got around to bestowing it upon you.

EDIT: Typos are becoming more and more frequent...

[ Thursday, March 25, 2004 07:16: Message edited by: Sir Motrax of Exile ]

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Got Friends? (I Don't) in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #10
I will be your friend! You are my bestest friend now! Fear the consequences! Yay!

EDIT: Lalalalala!

[ Thursday, March 25, 2004 07:17: Message edited by: Sir Motrax of Exile ]

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #61
Hello Turtlewhipper, Zeviz, Seaweed, Ken.

Why does the Loyal Underling not make an appearance? Did you lock him up in a prison, Drakey?

EDIT: Spelling 'n' stuff ya.

[ Monday, March 22, 2004 18:53: Message edited by: Sir Motrax of Exile ]

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Mac or PC? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #17
There are Mac emulators for pc? Please direct me to such madness immediately!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #54
Hi Aphrael!

Minoan, duh. My argument is infallible.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #50
Nope, most definitely Edward.

And hi Morgles, Riibu. And Saundy and Imby of course, but they aren't quite lurking.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #37
Lurking is basically what you've just described. People who sit around reading the forums all day but never post. About half the people who've posted in this topic count as people who are lurking.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #28
I just noticed Aphrael in the recent visitors bar. Sure has been a while... indeed.

Oh, and, uhh, hi Rosy and Prem and ef and Wise and David and EdwardWangWhoLooksNotUnlikeI'dImagined and MM and Salamander and Onomatopoeia and Alex and Rent!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #22
Yay! I guess I count as lurking, because I only post in topics I create, such as this, and I stop posting when I lose interest in topics such as this, which I created, and thus post in until I'm bored of posting in this topic which is the topic I created.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Let's all drool all over ourselves... in Blades of Avernum
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #6
Y'know, I downloaded the mac version on my PC, just to make sure XP didn't have some hidden "run BoA for mac on this machine" feature. Unfortunately, logic won out, and the file doesn't work.

I hope to beta test! Anyone of you insiders know when the betatest forms are coming out?

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Who's Lurking? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #0
Outta curiosity, who's lurking? Seems that every now and then an oldbie will spring up outta nowhere, so I'm curious as to how many are actually still hanging around.

And, to relate this topic to a spiderweb-related... topic... Blades of Avernum came out, yay!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What Kinds of Girls do you Like? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #263
If you have the ability to use proper grammar, there should be no reason not to use it. Those who aren't educated and thus aren't able to employ their native tongue with much skill are most certainly not stupid for it (might be stupid for other reasons, but you can't know what you haven't learned). What I find really annoying is when people who've had a fine education and know how to use their own language eloquently make grammatical errors out of sheer lazyness. AOLspeak is a rather fine example of this.

On a slight tangent, I do my best to use perfect grammar and spelling on instant messenger, and use abbreviations rarely. When one gets used to sticking a period after a sentence, or typing "you" instead of "u," one finds that they type at the same speed as anyone else.

Punctuation especially grates on my nerves, beacuse many people who would otherwise be rather fine typers of the English language find it somehow awfully inconvenient to use those three extra ATP molecules required to press down the <shift> key while sending messages around.

IMAGE(What Kinds of Girls do you Like (11)_files/smile.gif)

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
For all the English kniggets out there... in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #23
I have a cup of tea nearly every evening, and sometimes more than just one cup. I used to put quite a bit of sugar for flavoring, but lately my taste for sweets has diminished quite a bit. I love herbal teas, especially raspberry and lemon.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
General: The New Misc? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #16
I was surprised to see "a little story" still hanging around there. Yeah, those were the good ol' days... IMAGE(General The New Misc_files/frown.gif)

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Census of Spiderweb community in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #19
Age: 18
Gender: Male
Sexual orientation: Females please.
Marital status: Free.
Highest educational degree completed: (Currently a high school senior)
City/metropolitan area where you live: Suburbia, MD
Racial/ethnic origin: Russki
Nationality: American.
First/primary language: English
Religion: Jewish
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: Since Exile II was released, whenever that was.
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: Only as much as Alorael is.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Purpose? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #16
Thuryl, please don't generalize the "sex after marriage crowd." I beleive sex before marriage greatly diminishes the whole emotional aspect of the act, but that's just how I view it. I don't care what other people do in their bedrooms (or offices, or vans, or broom closets, or whatever), and it's none of my business anyway.

Sex is indeed what you make of it, but isn't everything else?

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
With Apologies To The JC Players in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #1
We're minding our own business, and you create a topic solely devoted to mocking Polaris. Thought this fued died a year ago. Don't be such a little child, Alec.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
girlz place in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #80
Absolutely. The Finns are actually quite jolly folk with the exception of TGM.

I'm very quiet, most of the time, although sometimes I leave my usual taciturn character just out of curiosity. If any girls think I'm cute, I certainly haven't been getting any hints.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Join the revolution! in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #46
Wise, Djur was insinuating that Polaris is a ripoff of Desperance, so it's hypocritical to tell ADoS he's ripping off Polaris when we ourselves are guilty of doing the same. I think.

Youknowwhoblahblahblah, you're signature is indeed far too long. Really now, when your signature is longer than the sum of your posts in any given topic, something's wrong.

Djur meant that Lenin is not wearing any trousers, and is thus calling for help in a Russian accent. Let us gather in prayer in order for this great man to regain his lost dignity in the form of a nice pair of custom-tailored leggings.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
girlz place in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #45
My greatest fear in asking someone out isn't rejection, but rather that whatever prior relationship there was could be very sorely ruined. I wouldn't be able to face a good friend if I'd asked her out and she said "no." The only girl I've ever asked out is someone I barely know, so when she told me she wasn't interested, I really lost nothing.

Speaking only for myself, if a girl asked me out and I said "no," my opinion of her wouldn't change in the slightest. But I always get the feeling that a girl who rejects me would misinterperet any kindness I show as just trying to continue getting her to date me.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What Kinds of Girls do you Like? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #173
I tried to save poor Ally, but it was too late. Now nobody will allow him back into the family.

Incidentally, I was described once as looking rather dragonish. Yay.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00

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