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The System is Down in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #81
David, he spelled it right, unlike you. :P

Well, mef kept thechocolate cake recipes, so we can go back to creating a nice packaged meal for when the weather balloon is released.

And this topic is getting rather spammy. Polaris is fine now. Mods, cast locktopic please?

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #921
Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and Scarlatti Cello/Piano Sonatas.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #911
Vivaldi's "Summer", third movement.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What else do you play? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #71
TM does indeed have good taste!

I borrowed Disgaea from a friend for a while (had to give it back before I had time to play much) - that's a funny game. Lots of references to RPG and action game cliches.

FF Tactics in my opinion is the greatest game of all time. I wish they'd make another one with a story that deep. Tactics Advance just felt too "kiddy."

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
The System is Down in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #57
Let's just assume the Polaris forum has ceased to exist. It's not that huge a deal. We still have most of the meteorological data sitting around in various people's brains. As for some details we may miss, we'll just re-create them. I also have the map of the weather balloon route.

Arancaytar, Calithon doesn't exist. Never has, never will. ;)

TGM, Polaris was not a dead board when you were around. Conspiracies have always been stirring there.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
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Member # 547
Profile #896
Beethoven's "Hammerklavier" (29th Sonata) again. Out of 500 pieces, it's played dispraportionately much...

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #891
Thanks Morgan! I might upload some more complex music later.

For now I am contentedly listening to Beethoven's 8th Symphony, fourth movement.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
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Member # 547
Profile #884
I'm listening to... my own music! On my computer! Yay!!!

Go to http://www.srcf.ucam.org/~eet23/motrax/ and give it a listen, tell me what you think. Once I find some webspace of my own, I'll upload more music. Sorry about the sound quality, I recorded this with a 15-year-old tape recorder. Special thanks to Khoth who was kind enough to host the files.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
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Member # 547
Profile #878
Brahms' Requiem -"Denn wir haben hier keine bleibende stadt", Baritone & Chorus

Yay!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Troglodytes, the other dark meat in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #6
Well, there's the Khazi, the King, the troglo-gant rivalry... and the troglos are open to a little bit of negotiation, so they aren't just mindless brutes. I'm sure you could develope them further in a scenario.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
'Ello! in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #8
Reminds me of my newbyness... Welcome back though!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
New Record! in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #32
Alorael is on vacation. Alorael is of the opinion of the closing of this discussion is of primary interest for those of the administrative body of the Spiderweb Software Message Boards (heretofore referred to as "SSMB"). Pursuant to section one of the Code of Conduct of the SSMB, spamming is of the state of being strictly prohibited and punishable by penalty of the canning of repeat offenders of said transgression. The topic in which this post resides is of being no longer pertinent to the current time of year of the posting of this post, the current time being the time which is current to the time frame in which this post is having the state of being posted, that time being exactly six minutes after the writing of this statement, this statement being this sentence only and not those of prior or latter standing. Please note that the poster of this post (Sir Not Appearing in this FiIm, also known to many as Sir Motrax of Exile, or SMoE for short) has in no way the authority to make decisions of the magnitude of that of closing or "locking" a topic, yet feels it pertinent to address this issue before one may perhaps forget the importance of keeping the SSMB conveniently free of spam, spam being that which is not pertinent to this discussion.

-Motrax, who will steal Alorael's signature while he's away.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
How many pushups can you do in 2 minutes? in General
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Member # 547
Profile #30
I did 115 push-ups yesterday!

-Motrax, who will now vanish back into the obscurity from whence he came.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Here We Go Again (Political Compass) in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #53
I'm back from my absence this fine Friday evening for just a moment. Too tired for integrals now.

Economic Left/Right: 0.00
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -2.38

I barely moved since last time, perhaps .2 left and .2 down or something.

And just like last time, I think the compass is rather heavily biased towards the southwest. Before taking the test, I would have placed myself at about 2.5, -1.5. Some of the economic questions are simply too general or all-encompassing (no pun intended). Here are the ones that I found to be especially silly:

Many personal fortunes are made by people who simply manipulate money and contribute nothing to their society.

No matter where you stand on the scale, this is just a fact of life. There will always be people with more material possessions than they "deserve."

The businessman and the manufacturer are more important than the writer and the artist.

There should be a spot here for "equal importance." A society of poets and painters won't last long with practical labor, and a society of machines and merchants promises to be rather empty and dull.

And I beleive one can find beauty in anything if only willing to do so. It's really just a state of mind, seeing something as art.

And now I depart once more for an undetermined period of time.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Free Will in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #9
By my own free will, I take leave of Spiderweb for two or three weeks. Have fun, and never stop the insanity!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Shogun in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #4
I read about twenty pages of the book and got exceedingly bored. Sparknotes have saved me on soooo many occasions though. They are usually very thorough.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
The Mod Board in General
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Member # 547
Profile #28
Yeah, wouldn't that be really funny if I and I could pull that off? In fact, it would be even funnier if one could create a whole message board on their own, and invite people in, and nobody would figure it out for a long time.

Or have I said too much?

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Okay, I still have to ask... in General
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Member # 547
Profile #11
Sure sure, that's what they all say.

EDIT: Emphasis added for conspirital purposes.

[ Sunday, January 04, 2004 07:37: Message edited by: Sir Motrax of Exile ]

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
The Mod Board in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #23
quote:
SMoE is not a mod. He never was one. He is trying to allude to the fact that he and I are the same person, but this is simply not the case no matter how much he lies about it.
Alorael has read my mind here quite handily. What a surprise! :P

-Motrax, who shan't cease to try to confuse the invisible newbies, and won't ever miss the opportunity to steal Alorael's signature when the time is right.

EDIT: Added emoticon. It adds so much more to the post.

[ Sunday, January 04, 2004 07:31: Message edited by: Sir Motrax of Exile ]

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #704
Listening to my printer print out the last college essay I ever have to write! Yay!!!

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
Why? in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #49
Indeed, beauty is only magnified when you understand the machinery behind it. When you see a sunrise, knowing the thing you see is a great inferno many times larger than this planet is more awe-inspiring than simply assuming it's a yellow disk that makes its rounds across the sky every day for no particular reason.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
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Member # 547
Profile #698
Chopin's Scherzo No. 1 in B minor.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
The Mod Board in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #3
The only interesting thing in the mod board is the Krazy Kwilting Korner, and it's been awful slow lately. The rest of the board is pretty much used for only mod business.

-Motrax, who has no way of knowing. Nope, definitely not. Not a chance in the world. No. Way.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
Senile Reptile
Member # 547
Profile #695
The music of silence, punctuated by the sound of my fingers tapping on the keys of my keyboard, accompanied by the soft hum of the fan in my computer.

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Polaris
Posts: 1614 | Registered: Wednesday, January 23 2002 08:00
What music (if any) are you listening to... in General
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Member # 547
Profile #690
The intro to Swan Lake, by Tchaikovsky.

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

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