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#52 Jul 10 2012 at 8:40 AM Rating: Excellent
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I liked the title. Made it easy to tell how the thread was going to go without even opening.
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I liked the title. Made it easy to tell how the thread was going to go without even opening.


I was actually expecting a lot more Obama hate in the OP instead of a semi-lucid argument of why 1 liberal is disillusioned with Obama.


Very, very semi-lucid.
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#55 Jul 10 2012 at 8:56 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah, I was expecting more Totem and less Paulsol.


I don't get the reference...
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#56 Jul 10 2012 at 9:02 AM Rating: Excellent
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#57 Jul 10 2012 at 9:08 AM Rating: Good
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lol pwnd
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That's 'cause ur n00b


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#59 Jul 10 2012 at 10:20 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah, I was expecting more Totem and less Paulsol.


Awwww....Joph misses me. /warmfuzzies.
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#60 Jul 10 2012 at 10:28 AM Rating: Excellent
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Hey, I can summon people by speaking their name! Cool!

Heh... I should use this power to summon someone I don't have on ignore. Smiley: laugh
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Use your powers for good and get Mila Kunis.
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I wonder if it works on anyone or just forum people.

If I mention Cogmatix*, will I summon a shambling ghoul or something?

*Obligatory "I've been here longer than almost all of you" e-peen flex
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#63 Jul 10 2012 at 10:38 AM Rating: Excellent
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Hey, I can summon people by speaking their name! Cool!

Heh... I should use this power to summon someone I don't have on ignore. Smiley: laugh


It would seem that your ignore button needs attention.
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#64 Jul 10 2012 at 11:47 AM Rating: Good
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Jophiel wrote:
Yeah, I was expecting more Totem and less Paulsol.


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After reading this steaming pile of dung I came away with the inescapable conclusion that today's teenagers don't know squat about politics


and that was my **** poor attempt at mimicking Totem =/
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I wonder if it works on anyone or just forum people.

If I mention Cogmatix*, will I summon a shambling ghoul or something?

*Obligatory "I've been here longer than almost all of you" e-peen flex
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#67 Jul 10 2012 at 2:08 PM Rating: Good
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paulsol wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
Yeah, I was expecting more Totem and less Paulsol.


Awwww....Joph misses me. /warmfuzzies.

Me too!

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#68 Jul 10 2012 at 2:51 PM Rating: Excellent
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/wave back

I retired from <workingformoney> and found that <postingwhilenotbeingpaid> wasn't much fun.

I was in California last week and now Im in UK for a few weeks so I thought I'd drop by and see what was what. Perhaps I'll lurk for a while and see if I can get on Jophs pip a bit 'cos his ignore button is apparently broken and he's still obviously a self important git.

Huzzah!

Edited, Jul 10th 2012 8:54pm by paulsol
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/wave back

I retired from <workingformoney> and found that <postingwhilenotbeingpaid> wasn't much fun.

I was in California last week and now Im in UK for a few weeks so I thought I'd drop by and see what was what. Perhaps I'll lurk for a while and see if I can get on Jophs pip a bit 'cos his ignore button is apparently broken and he's still obviously a self important git.

Huzzah!

Edited, Jul 10th 2012 8:54pm by paulsol


Honestly, good. Most of the nutballs have been absent, so it's been getting a tad dull here.

The most popular threads right now are ones where the elder statesmen talk about food that they like.
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Potato pancakes sure are delicious though.

Especially with apple sauce.
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his ignore button is apparently broken

Since you're ignorant of how the ignore function works, it shows the person's name in the thread but blocks the post itself. Unless, obviously, someone else quotes it (see Exhibit A)

That said, I'm pleased you find me compelling enough to want to annoy me. It's cute in a third-grade crush sort of way Smiley: blush

Edited, Jul 10th 2012 11:58pm by Jophiel
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Jophiel wrote:
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his ignore button is apparently broken

Since you're ignorant of how the ignore function works, it shows the person's name in the thread but blocks the post itself. Unless, obviously, someone else quotes it (see Exhibit A)

That said, I'm pleased you find me compelling enough to want to annoy me. It's cute in a third-grade crush sort of way Smiley: blush

Edited, Jul 10th 2012 11:58pm by Jophiel

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Am I the only one who clicked on this thread expecting actual baby photos [of Jinte]? o.O

Except if it were baby photos, it would be like looking at before and afters of Michael Jackson. Only instead of turning into a white guy, he changes into a chick!
#73 Jul 11 2012 at 12:25 AM Rating: Good
Is this thread pants or bum? I can't tell.Smiley: frown
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#74 Jul 11 2012 at 4:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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Is this thread pants or bum? I can't tell.Smiley: frown


As an Antipodean the more relevant question would be togs or undies.....?

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Is this thread pants or bum? I can't tell.Smiley: frown

Bum pants.
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#76 Jul 11 2012 at 6:23 AM Rating: Good
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paulsol wrote:
/wave back

I retired from <workingformoney> and found that <postingwhilenotbeingpaid> wasn't much fun.

I was in California last week and now Im in UK for a few weeks so I thought I'd drop by and see what was what. Perhaps I'll lurk for a while and see if I can get on Jophs pip a bit 'cos his ignore button is apparently broken and he's still obviously a self important git.

Huzzah!

Edited, Jul 10th 2012 8:54pm by paulsol


Honestly, good. Most of the nutballs have been absent, so it's been getting a tad dull here.

The most popular threads right now are ones where the elder statesmen talk about food that they like.
Hardly. All the best recipes came from Nobby. Smiley: frown
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paulsol wrote:
Friar Bijou wrote:
Is this thread pants or bum? I can't tell.Smiley: frown


As an Antipodean the more relevant question would be togs or undies.....?
Flannel Jammies.

I was recently cleaning out old files from my computer and I came upon a .jpg named Paulsol's wave. I must have had some idea for the possible use of a picture of a really big-*** wave that you'd linked. Still surfing?



Edited, Jul 11th 2012 2:29pm by Elinda
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This image feels appropriate.
Addendum.
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Step off, paulsol. I will cut a *****.
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Step off, paulsol. I will cut a *****.


I don't know why, but I am terrified of Flea.
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#81 Jul 11 2012 at 12:18 PM Rating: Excellent
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The most popular threads right now are ones where the elder statesmen talk about food that they like.

So I'm driving home from work through the Illinois hinterlands and I see a gravel drive off the main route with a sign reading "Brown Eggs For Sale". One of the nice things about where I live is an abundance of fresh food throughout the warm seasons and I work out in the farmland with a great butcher shop near by, country stores, etc. We've been enjoying some great meals this summer. Anyway, I think "Hey, fresh eggs sound good" and turn in. And drive some long twisting gravel route by a collapsed barn and a sheet steel barn with arrows spray painted on it, past some old woman tending to a few flats of burnt out annual flowers, between some large chicken-wire fenced in pens proclaiming "See our animals!" in case you wanted to see a despondent goat standing in a mud pit and finally reach the store. Which was a small room attached to a closed up gift shop and manned by an elderly Mexican gnome. I'm not sure if he was a tallish midget or a short, round guy with non-proportional limbs. There were no eggs, only some over priced and wilted vegetables so I quickly got back in my car and drove out past a graveyard of no less than twenty rusted out ice cream trucks all arranged in a group.

I've no idea where my eggs were but that place was one goat-girl hybrid and a sundown away from one **** of an X-Files episode.

On the plus side, I found that there's poultry farm more or less en route on my way home that sells fresh & frozen birds. I'mmagonna eat me some chicken.
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Sounds like the town Dan Akroyd ran in Nothing but Trouble.
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#83 Jul 11 2012 at 12:52 PM Rating: Good
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On the plus side, I found that there's poultry farm more or less en route on my way home that sells fresh & frozen birds. I'mmagonna eat me some chicken.
What you should do is buy two and set up a Roman Coliseum and dine on the loser. The winner lives for another week where you buy another and pit them against each other again.
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What you should do is buy two and set up a Roman Coliseum and dine on the loser. The winner lives for another week where you buy another and pit them against each other again.

Maybe I can invite my friends and set up a system where we all put some money into a communal pot for side dishes and guess which chicken will win. Whoever guesses right gets to take the money and pick what side dishes we'll have that week.
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What you should do is buy two and set up a Roman Coliseum and dine on the loser. The winner lives for another week where you buy another and pit them against each other again.

Maybe I can invite my friends and set up a system where we all put some money into a communal pot for side dishes and guess which chicken will win. Whoever guesses right gets to take the money and pick what side dishes we'll have that week.


Now don't get cocky, or we'll have to fight over it.
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Step off, paulsol. I will cut a *****.


I don't know why, but I am terrified of Flea.


Since you're a conservative, I'd guess it's because she's not white.
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lolgaxe wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
On the plus side, I found that there's poultry farm more or less en route on my way home that sells fresh & frozen birds. I'mmagonna eat me some chicken.
What you should do is buy two and set up a Roman Coliseum and dine on the loser. The winner lives for another week where you buy another and pit them against each other again.


Feeling a bit peckish?
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Jophiel wrote:
Eske Esquire wrote:
The most popular threads right now are ones where the elder statesmen talk about food that they like.

So I'm driving home from work through the Illinois hinterlands and I see a gravel drive off the main route with a sign reading "Brown Eggs For Sale". One of the nice things about where I live is an abundance of fresh food throughout the warm seasons and I work out in the farmland with a great butcher shop near by, country stores, etc. We've been enjoying some great meals this summer. Anyway, I think "Hey, fresh eggs sound good" and turn in. And drive some long twisting gravel route by a collapsed barn and a sheet steel barn with arrows spray painted on it, past some old woman tending to a few flats of burnt out annual flowers, between some large chicken-wire fenced in pens proclaiming "See our animals!" in case you wanted to see a despondent goat standing in a mud pit and finally reach the store. Which was a small room attached to a closed up gift shop and manned by an elderly Mexican gnome. I'm not sure if he was a tallish midget or a short, round guy with non-proportional limbs. There were no eggs, only some over priced and wilted vegetables so I quickly got back in my car and drove out past a graveyard of no less than twenty rusted out ice cream trucks all arranged in a group.

I've no idea where my eggs were but that place was one goat-girl hybrid and a sundown away from one **** of an X-Files episode.

On the plus side, I found that there's poultry farm more or less en route on my way home that sells fresh & frozen birds. I'mmagonna eat me some chicken.

How come your Illinois is so much more interesting than mine? Smiley: bah

Also, slightly random, but your story reminded me of it, have you ever had ham from Eickman's?

Edited, Jul 11th 2012 5:26pm by Jinte
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Am I the only one who clicked on this thread expecting actual baby photos [of Jinte]? o.O

Except if it were baby photos, it would be like looking at before and afters of Michael Jackson. Only instead of turning into a white guy, he changes into a chick!
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I've got a fabulous idea: let's all talk about the food that you can find in Dragon Age: Origins.

How about that Nug meat, eh?
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I've got a fabulous idea: let's all talk about the food that you can find in Dragon Age: Origins.

How about that Nug meat, eh?

This deserves to be its own thread sticky.
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Now you're juat begging for it.

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I wonder if it works on anyone or just forum people.

If I mention Cogmatix*, will I summon a shambling ghoul or something?

*Obligatory "I've been here longer than almost all of you" e-peen flex


Thats actually worked for me a few times, so you never know!

Also, obligatory "STFU Noob!"
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Heh, only The Asylum can devolve a world-impacting suckage of a US President (including murder, Constitutional raping, warmongering, etc., as if any of you care) into some forum personality circle-jerk.

Seriously though, I hope you on average get at least +1 ratings from each other against every +1 human beings the United States kills. You obviously have no other purpose or priorities or morals in life, so good luck.
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Heh, only The Asylum can devolve a world-impacting suckage of a US President (including murder, Constitutional raping, warmongering, etc., as if any of you care) into some forum personality circle-jerk.

Seriously though, I hope you on average get at least +1 ratings from each other against every +1 human beings the United States kills. You obviously have no other purpose or priorities or morals in life, so good luck.


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History, legend and reputation aside, the one thing Asylum denizens do better than anyone else on the planet is the art of the thread hijack...
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History, legend and reputation aside, the one thing Asylum denizens do better than anyone else on the planet is the art of the thread hijack...

somewhere there could perhaps also be a tribute to their verbal ass whooping skills.
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History, legend and reputation aside, the one thing Asylum denizens do better than anyone else on the planet is the art of the thread hijack...


It actually is impressive, or at least unique/unusual.

How many modern forums use a poster rating system btw? I'm honestly curious as to sociology/tribalism/early-internet-history or something.

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somewhere there could perhaps also be a tribute to their verbal *** whooping skills.


Yep. They could verbal asswhip Hitler into being a swell guy.

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Heh, only The Asylum can...

But anyone can petulantly stomp their feet because their lousy thread didn't go the way they dreamed!

We've transcended the Shadowrelm/Paulsol-esque style and gone straight into a neo-Proof period.
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Jophiel wrote:
Palpitus1 wrote:
Heh, only The Asylum can...

But anyone can petulantly stomp their feet because their lousy thread didn't go the way they dreamed!

We've transcended the Shadowrelm/Paulsol-esque style and gone straight into a neo-Proof period.


I'm not stomping, it is about what I expected from these forums. I was drunk and had exhausted my usual forums but remembered The Asylum, but didn't know whether the liberals here were real liberals, or now Obama apologists. So put up a test thread, which nearly everyone either failed because they're mere fairweather "liberals", or rightly ignored because I suck so incredibly much and my name is anathema.

That is, ****. What do you think of Laura Poitras? Abdulelah Haider Shaye?

[Sorry if you've brought these names up in past threads/posts on this forum. LOL if you haven't and consider yourself liberal]
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I was in California last week and due to the $US being in the toilet I had a luvly time. I particularly enjoyed a Burrito place near Venice, CPK Pizzas and The Cheesecake Factory was especially challenging on the waistline...

Took the kids to Disneyland as well which was a first for us all. Awesome fun, but ****...theres a lot of people in America. At least they know how to queue up tho.

The July4th event in Cerritos was OK but I got a little uncomfortable during the extremely nationialistic behaviour exhibited by many in the park there. Standing to attention with hand over your heart during a firework display (described as a 'Pyrotechnic Journey Depicting the Story of the Forefathers and Heroes of the Greatest Nation on Earth'!!) was a little over the top imo.

The traffic wasnt as bad as I expected and all in all I had a cool time.

Now in London, where its raining....a lot. the traffic is ****** but the beer and pub-lunches are some of the best in the world.

And yes, Elinda. Im still surfing. Even more so, as I've now stopped working for money.


Also. Content.

Obama has been the disaster that was expected, but compared to the religeous nut that is Romney, i really cant decide who would be the worst fro the next term. I dont see much good coming from either of them tbh.

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