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Alorael for Admin in General
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quote:
Originally written by Ephesos:

Oh, and let's just make Tyran moderator of Nethergate already. :P

Does anyone have any idea whether Jeff will both making a Nethergate: Ressurection board? It seems more likely that he'll just clump it with Nethergate (same basic plot... very little activity there now...). If so, Nethergate might actually be needing new mods in the near future.

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Et tu, Brute? in General
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I told my principal to beware the Ides of March a couple of days back. Don't know if that was wise or not, particularly as I am not assured of being about to back it up...

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Nalyd: in General
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Excellent, and quite accurate. Except for the attention bit. Call it an experiment. Or don't.

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Odd. in General
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That would be because Aran shut them off. There was some mourning, some celebration, and a few tears. In the end, everyone came out of the experience enriched, and ready to take on new challenges.

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Pi in your face! in General
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quote:
Originally written by Dr. Johann Georg Faust:

e^Pi - Pi = 20.

e^iπ + 1 = 0 !
What a discovery! Wait... *checks Wikipedia* never mind.

In such a manner did I discover that 22/7 was not pi. I did this by taking my 6th grade math teacher literally, and trying to calculate pi from that fraction. When a pattern showed up... Needless to say, I was disappointed. A fraction would certainly be simpler, but given that pi is irrational... obviously not. Very sad.

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Nalyd: in General
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While your in the mood, I volunteer myself for critism. I enjoy honesty, even when brutal. Although, I may not have even made enough of an impression here for a succesful attack. A challenge, then. Have at it.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Survey this way! in General
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quote:
Originally written by Excalibur:


What I think of President Bush
Bob Dylan: Masters of War

Perhaps you have not yet heard "Let's Impeach the President", by Neil Young.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Survey this way! in General
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The song playing when I meet the love of my life:
Sympathy for the Devil (The Rolling Stones)
Bad Sign.

Right now, I feel:
Kodachrome (Paul Simon).
After all the crap I learned in High School...

What makes me happy is:
Transcendance (Santana).
I like it. I feel like... Thoreau.

My love of life was inspired by the song:
Brain Damage (Pink Floyd).
Bad, Bad sign.

My message to the world has always been:
I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide (ZZ Top).
Err...

Next time I'm in front of a crowd, I'll say:
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini #20(Rachmoninoff)
How I will manage to SAY that...

My friends see me as:
Thick as a Brick (Jethro Tull).
This quiz seems determined to insult me.

When I'm drunk I say:
Love Sleeps.
Okay...

My alter-ego is:
Joe the Singing Janitor (Junior Brown).
How did it even manage a proper noun?

My deepest secret is:
Another Brick in the Wall (Pink Floyd).
Perhaps there is something hidden behind it.

My day will be like:
Scarborough Fair (Simon & Garfunkel).
Well, that's not so bad.

When I'm in the shower, I sing:
Brandenburg Concherto No. 3 (J.S. Bach)
Just as hard to do as Rhap. on a theme of Paganini.

My favorite thing to do is:
Have a Cigar (Pink Floyd).
That worked out well.

My parents are like the song:
A Most Peculiar Man (Paul Simon).
Perhaps my father but... eww.

My ultimate song for dancing is:
Dueling Banjos.
So very true.

At my wedding they'll play:
Symphony #7 (Beethoven).
Seems fine...

The story of my life is:
The Streets of Philidelphia (Bruce Springsteen)

My innermost desire is:
I Wish (Stevie Wonder).
That seems rather redundant.

To cheer myself up I sing:
Couldn't Stand the Weather (Stevie Ray Vaughn)

At my funeral they'll play:
Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles).
Way to end on a depressing note.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Happy Birthday Tyran! in General
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I believe you expressed high regard for this picture. I will once again gift it as my expression of good brithday will. Perhaps it will become tradition. I imagine the overwhelming cuteness would take some time to get old.

IMAGE(http://newmedia.funnyjunk.com/pictures/cat.jpg)

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Bots? in General
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If only the creator of something that does damage is at fault, then it stands to reason that creationists would remove themselves from all moral responsibility.
This is similar to the "guns don't kill people... sentiment, except perhaps more direct (in that the creator is also the one using the implement).
In terms of human responsibility, you could bring up the concept of free will, but if you look around at most humans (or at least Americans), you may began to wonder if we truly possess such a thing.
So even if the bots are not evil in and of themselves, they are imbued with the spirit of evil and sucessfully satisfy the broader category in question.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Not yeti another photo thread in General
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Profile Homepage #90
quote:
Originally written by Umber and Chartreuse:

—Alorael, who thinks it's about time for a Google vs. Wikipedia internet war. And then Microsoft can shoot them both in the back and win.
You forget Apple. Obviously, although they aren't involved in the Internet war, those folks are doing quite well. So Microsoft will be doing the shooting shortly before the effects of Apple administered e-cynide takes its course.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
[Insert Dumb Joke Here] in General
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Although I believe that was the standard of the Libertarian Party for a while, I still rather like the play on words. It is unfortunate, however, that it hinges on a cooincidence in Latin vs. Greek roots (ie con meaning against or con meaning with). All the same, quite clever...

Edit: Please refer below for the actual reason that this pun takes place. It was my assumption that seperate languages caused the confusion, though I had encountered the complete Latin roots of both before now. Perhaps if my school actually offered Latin... Until then, I will refrain from making any commentary regarding ancient languages.

[ Tuesday, February 27, 2007 06:45: Message edited by: Actaeon ]

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Bots? in General
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quote:
Originally written by wz. As:

Theory: Actaeon = IFM.

I am not IFM. I am not, in fact, any newer member. I may be a side account of an older member, or I may not. I have not quite figured it out yet. If anyone has an theories as to who I might be, please assist me in my quest. Otherwise, sufice it to say that I exist.

[ Monday, February 26, 2007 16:35: Message edited by: Actaeon ]

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Bots? in General
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[quote]Was I just accused of being a side account? Wow i have been accused of much, but not that.[/quote]I didn't accuse you of being the side account, I just noted that your comment made it seem as though IFM was a side account of yours. Obviously, the personalities are quite different, and it is obvious that, although perhaps you could pretend to be someone like Muffin, they would have great difficultly pursuing the reverse.

Edit: I hate untidy tags.

[ Monday, February 26, 2007 10:23: Message edited by: saunders ]

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Bots? in General
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I thought it was already established that Muffin is not Ed.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Bots? in General
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quote:
Originally written by Infernal Flamming Muffin:

How do you make one?
quote:
Originally written by Cryptozoology:

Please don't. You'd only use it for evil.
quote:
Originally written by Hawk King:

Yes I would.
Taken in order, that almost seems like an admission that Hawk King is IFM. This doesn't seem like the best fit, but Muffin does seem like a candidite for a side account of another member.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Epitaph in General
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Interesting... Now what we really need is for the spammers to be the ones that pick up and leave. What? Why is everyone looking at me?

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Spiderweb Monthly Stats - February 2007 in General
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They're all... gone. Either it's a miracle, or somethings wrong with my browser. Either way... a relief. If it is indeed not just me, I must salute Aran for his will power. It must have been hard.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Spiderweb IRL in General
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As far as I know, the only other prominent (a term I here use loosely) forum member in Colorado is Infernal Flamming Muffin. Nothing against him, but I'm not willing to drive 3 hours down to the Denver area for less than half a dozen Spiderweb members. So, unless there's a Rocky Mountain meetup anytime soon...

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Excellent lockings in General
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Profile Homepage #28
Aran's locks always invested me with a sense of peace and serenity, as if their end was part of a natural cycle... Although, that's probably primarily a result of the sunset picture that accompanies it.

Edit: Changed "bans" to "locks". An odd typo (perhaps a Freudian Slip, but I can't think where it would come from), really.

[ Tuesday, February 20, 2007 08:34: Message edited by: Actaeon ]

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Infernal Flamming Muffin is an Oldbie? in General
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Someone please lock this post... Colorado has much shame.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Infernal Flamming Muffin is an Oldbie? in General
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quote:
Originally written by Mr. Bojangles:

I was not trying to be an imposter, I was simply being his biggest fan.
You are not a fan. You are an annoying individual who I trusted to use my computer. Now that you risked getting us both banned, I suggest you go cower somewhere before I get into that room.

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Infernal Flamming Muffin is an Oldbie? in General
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quote:
Originally written by Cryptozoology:

quote:
Originally written by Being of Alo:

I have no idea what that means or to whom it was addressed
It appears to be addressed to member #8139, who appears to be an IFM impostor.

Who in their right mind would want to impersonate IFM?

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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Spiderweb Monthly Stats - February 2007 in General
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Posts: 344 | Registered: Friday, February 25 2005 08:00
Infernal Flamming Muffin is an Oldbie? in General
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There's something fishy about all this...

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