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Endeavour in General
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"But those are the best years of our lives!"

Can't remember who said that, but I'd like to have them dragged out into the street and shot.

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The Survival Elite
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Endeavour in General
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Never said it was THE busiest thing around, just really busy...

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The Survival Elite
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The Abominal Desktop Thread Continued: A New Abomination in General
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Wow... Tyran, you play Nova? I thought I was the only one...

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The Survival Elite
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Endeavour in General
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The discrepancy I noticed was in my account's 'age." It states that I have been a member for 40 weeks 2 days as of this post. Or is this a timeline of how long I've been at Ermarian?

Sorry I took so long to reply; high school is damned busy during midterm season.

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The Survival Elite
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I'm back in General
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Mrh. Before my time. Welcome back, anyways.

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The Survival Elite
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How accurate is it supposed to be? I've noticed a few discrepancies.

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The Survival Elite
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Tank Cat! in General
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Upon Mars? Ed?

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The Survival Elite
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Tank Cat! in General
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IMAGE(http://www.cinemascape.org.uk/images/machine_gun_cat.gif)

Just because.

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The Survival Elite
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Why Mactintosh in General
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They're everywhere! Aah!

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The Survival Elite
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I'm Curious in General
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Commercially. Don't get me started.

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The Survival Elite
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I'm Curious in General
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Granted, but it bugs me that I don't know something which has even a slight impact on me.

[ Friday, November 16, 2007 13:34: Message edited by: Dryth'tor ]

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The Survival Elite
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The Americans still honor the two minutes' silence, right?

Sorry about my lack of knowledge in this area, I'm usually not very knowledgeable about American holidays, even this one.

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The Survival Elite
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...But there's some recognition nonetheless, which is something.

Perhaps my interest in this is more than passing, since I (a RCAC) am the legacy of what transpired in the First and Second World Wars. It's more than some far-off debate for me.

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The Survival Elite
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ET got banned again? in General
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That could have been worded differently. :P

But yeah, he was a laugh and a half. I loved reading his posts.

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The Survival Elite
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I know I already started a Remembrance-like topic, but it died, and this one is a little late. I got from a friend of mine that his school and city did absolutely nothing to recognize those who died in the World Wars. Is this commonplace where some of you others live?

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The Survival Elite
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Episode 4: Spiderweb Reloaded. Something like that anyway. in General
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UBB: The original user repellant.

EDIT: Wait, that was Windows. :P

[ Tuesday, November 13, 2007 16:10: Message edited by: Dryth'tor ]

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The Survival Elite
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Episode 4: Spiderweb Reloaded. Something like that anyway. in General
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quote:
Originally written by Dikiyoba:

You're all a bunch of dirty, dirty spammers. :P

Dikiyoba.

Why, thank you. I do my best.

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The Survival Elite
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We Remember in General
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Stories of the best and worst of human nature, originating from the World Wars, are welcome here.

One that stood out in my mind was after the Canadian troops had liberated a small town in Holland following one of the bloodiest battles of the invasion, they were invited to stay for Christmas dinner. As part of the dinner, each man got a box of candy and an orange to go with his ration pack. After the meal, every soldier gave his candies and orange to one of the children. When the snow fell, they had toboggan races with the Canadians pulling the children through the snow on makeshift sleds.

When the troops had advanced to the next riverbed, the Rhine River, they engaged in no military activity whatsoever. One man, Pte Frasier, went so far as to stand in full view of German forces and wave, and got a response in kind.

These are perhaps not the most moving stories of the war, but they've left quite a mark on me.

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The Survival Elite
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Protesting (In General) in General
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quote:
Originally written by Drakefyre:

It culminated in a 500-person (of 2000) walkout and protest joined by many teachers and security guards, and it resulted in our principal taking an extended leave of absence during spring break and not returning to school, ever.
Fascinating. Good on ya, I probably would have done something completely wrong, knowing me. Along the lines of personally humiliating the principal.

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The Survival Elite
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Episode 4: Spiderweb Reloaded. Something like that anyway. in General
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quote:
Originally written by Thoughts in Chaos:

Nalyd suspects that he was only included in the beginning chapters in order to stop him from whining. True or not, it worked. :)
I shall make a note of that for the future.

Muy interesante, Diki. I look forward to the next installation.

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The Survival Elite
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neat idea in General
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Hello there. Welcome to Spiderweb Software Message Boards, please leave your sanity in the jar by the door.

This sort of discussion is better suited to the Geneforge discussion forum, for your future reference.

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We as a race have grown complacent with our computers and thinking machines. The Old Ways of thinking have been lost for millennia. Now, they have been found.
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Name Choice in General
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All things considered, Eragon the novel was quite imaginative. The movie sucked, however. And yes, the book could have been better.

Can't really remember how I chose this moniker; I remember my friend selected the name 'Sarasaphilia' for me. I didn't know what it meant at the time. Once I found out, I made sure that my friend was properly traumatized before promptly returning here and changing it.

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We as a race have grown complacent with our computers and thinking machines. The Old Ways of thinking have been lost for millennia. Now, they have been found.
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Boo in General
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Ditto. No one came to my house, so I ate the candy and watched Harry Potter with a friend.

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We as a race have grown complacent with our computers and thinking machines. The Old Ways of thinking have been lost for millennia. Now, they have been found.
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geneforge 3 in General
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This sort of thing is what the Geneforge forum was made for. General is for just that: General discussion. Not game help.

It would also help if you specified what exactly you required help with.

[ Friday, November 02, 2007 09:20: Message edited by: Dryth'tor ]

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We as a race have grown complacent with our computers and thinking machines. The Old Ways of thinking have been lost for millennia. Now, they have been found.
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Reviewing in General
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To the beta readers who have previously volunteered to review my project, I have more for you.

Chapter Four is just out. Again, registration is not required to view the page.

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