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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Orfamay Quest wrote:
Obviously. But I think my spoon is broken and I can't feed you any longer.

Sorry, but this crosses the line, for me. I get no sense that he's trolling; just that he doesn't have a solid foundation in logic or philosophy. Correcting misconceptions is OK. Mocking ridiculous ideas that have already been discredited is OK.

Straight-up insulting another poster isn't, though.

I tend to agree. And that's saying something.

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Irontruth wrote:
Burgomeister of Troll Town wrote:
YMMV, of course, but at my table saying "f@%! you" to the DM happens with regularity and is usually followed by me cackling with glee.

I have a game I run where it is actively encouraged. As GM, I'm actually not allowed to contradict what the players say. In that game the GM is a mere mortal, while the players are all potential gods (usually at least one person ends up a god at the end). While explaining the game, a part of my spiel is:

"I'm going to make suggestions, but if you don't like them, you're a free to tell me '**** you'. As long as your idea makes sense to you, it's fine, I'm just here to make recommendations and offer options."

[Imagines playing in a game where he is encouraged to cuss at Comrade Turth and rubs his hands with glee]

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YMMV, of course, but at my table saying "f*+* you" to the DM happens with regularity and is usually followed by me cackling with glee.

Anyway, I am glad to see that Ms. Price was wrong in that one thread and tons of gamers know all about Said.

I thought he meant Venice Beach.

I think we should now have a flamewar about Comrade Meatrace implying that Comrade Irontruth is an agent of the NSA!

But, alas, I have to go to work...

I am terribly sorry that I missed all of the sniping. In the future, please forego sniping between the hours of 6pm and 2am, American East Coast Time.

Thank you for your kind consideration in this matter.

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Not only am I constantly amazed at what I can get away with on these boards, sometimes I am amazed that they haven't booted me out entirely.

But maybe that's because you guys keep 'em so busy they never get down to my beloved OTD.

Thanks, 3.5 Loyalist and Co.!

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I find crocks offensive. I wish political correctness would save me.

The Big Bang Theory in yo' face, fool!

Thank you.

I don't care what you guys say, Winnie-the-Pooh is f%!$ing awesome.

And I know LoTR is reactionary nonsense, Madame Sissyl. And so is The Illiad and Don Quixote and It's a Wonderful Life. What of it?

Mama Kelsey, haven't you figured this shiznit out yet?!?

It seems like just last year I was giving you the same advice:

School sucks. Drop out.

Srly, though, good luck!

Weslocke wrote:

1) Given that we almost certainly represent such a small cross-section of the player population of the Pathfinder game, why should the staff/developers concern themselves with anything that we say?

I'm pretty sure they already don't concern themselves with anything I say.

2)What, precisely, do these numbers say about us all? Are we simply the most vocal of the typical gaming-oriented forums archetypical populace of Canny DM's, Proud Players, Masterful Min/Maxers, Gifted Role-Players, and Tiresome Trolls?

Hmm, I wonder which one I am?...

[Sharp intake of breath]

[Clicks on the link]

[Relieved sigh]

Man, I thought for a second they passed a seat belt law!

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Cambridge Brute Squad wrote:
That's OK, we ship lots of tax avoiders up to you ...and then they vote for more taxes in NH!

But we still don't have an income tax!

Live free or die!

[Drives off in his Towncar, smoking a spliff with one hand and shooting an AR-15 out the window with the other. Not wearing his seatbelt.]

New Hampshire is cooler than Texas.

And we have a lower unemployment rate--we pawn them all off onto Massachusetts!

Live free or die!

Man, this is bullcrap. Everyone pretty much agreeing and shiznit.

I notice, though, that you still managed to have an argument, even though everybody pretty much agrees.

Yay OTD!!

Oh, you're saying all green people look the same? Racists.

Sissyl wrote:

plus many with serious psychiatric disorders use illegal drugs to help them deal with their conditions. Some feel that marijuana and alcohol makes their hallucinations easier to deal with.

[bubble bubble bubble]

Jessica Price wrote:
Doug's Workshop wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:

Thank you for demonstrating a lack of knowledge about history that can only be described as blithering. We will keep it in mind as you continue to tell us the meaning of the constitution and its historical context.

Let me know when you get to the lightsaber duel.

So the free "African Americans" were . . . What, exactly? Oh, right, not part of the 3/5 clause.

It's okay to admit you were wrong. I was wrong once, and the process of learning made me a better person.

As someone who spent two years taking graduate-level courses in Constitutional law, I'd like to note that the 3/5 clause was intended, and is still understood, to refer to slaves. Delegates to the Constitutional Convention who opposed slavery wanted to reduce the power of states who were pro-slavery by not counting slaves as part of the population for the purposes of determining numbers of representatives. Pro-slavery delegates wanted to count the slaves because higher population numbers meant more representatives, and therefore more votes/power. Counting 3/5 of the slave population was a compromise between the sides.

We're not talking the Second Amendment, here, with all its attendent ambiguity and controversy as to what was intended by the Framers. The Three-Fifths Compromise is relatively straightforward history. The Framers were not a monolithic group -- some supported slavery, and some opposed it, and as the name implies, this was a compromise between their different viewpoints and agendas.

And despite its use in The West Wing and other pop-culture examples as something insulting to African-Americans, the intent of the compromise was ultimately to limit the power of slaveholders, not to enshrine subhuman status for African-Americans. James Madison, who first suggested the 3/5 ratio (although the actual language was proposed by others), was pretty clear in Federalist 54 that if slaveholders wanted to count their slaves for...

Bah! Subtlety and sophistry, just like I'd expect from a law student!

And, before any moderators come around here and start deleting my posts, well, you can also shut up.

I encourage you to shut up, too.

I encourage you to shut up.

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If I like a thread, I'll just keep bashing at it until the mods shut it down.

I don't care if I'm just talking to myself.

In fact, sometimes I prefer talking to myself...

[Eyes Meatrace meaningfully]

Man, in what context did I write that? And why wasn't it Jean-Paul?

But I see I did link The Big Lebowski and talked about international proletarian socialist revolution, so I guess the whole "fighting the government" isn't just a right-wing Red Dawn fantasy.

Of course, I always rooted for the Soviet-Nicaraguan-Cuban alliance and, IIRC, it's a good example of the US-China alliance I was talking about in the Israel thread.

I like this thread better.

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ciretose wrote:
Bumping this thread for obvious reasons...

Because you want to see if we can get two threads closed at the same time?

Oh, I'm sorry.

First off, did you know that the whole Thriller video is, like, 13 minutes long?

Second, did you know that I am Doodlebug Anklebiter and I can do whatever the [redacted] I want and you're like some dude who's posting in this thread, for what?, the first time?

And finally, yeah, I liked the new Beiber film just fine, thank you.

[Throws gang signs]

[Shakes head]

From what I hear, he has a stricter boss.

For international proletarian socialist revolution to get Comrade Kirth back on the boards!

And, please, another moment of silence.

Speaking of trolls, it grieves me to inform you that it's official: Comrade Kirth won't be on here half as much as he used to.

Please join me in a moment of silence.

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Trolls have regeneration. Suck it up, wussies.

Just Citizens Aretas and Duck. The rest of you get to hang out with me and eat peeled grapes and [bubble bubble bubble]. Doesn't that sound like fun?

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After hard, long consideration, the 9 Paizonian Trolls I'd most like to bring to a deserted isle are:

Grand Magus
Darkwing Duck
Gark the Goblin
Farael the Fallen

I would never remove them from my inner circle.

Au revoir, pinkskins!

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10. Electric Wizards

I don't know much, but I do know trolls.

And Hitdice ain't no troll.

Charles Scholz wrote:
feytharn wrote:

For me: True Grit.

Favorite Coen-movie?

I have to disagree with you. John Wayne beats Jeff Bridges 10 ways to Sunday. If I had wanted to watch a touchy feely movie, I would have watched Twilight.

And Glen Campbell is a much better actor than Matt Damon!

Hee hee!

I also think it's unfair; the OP didn't use Caps Lock!

Hee hee!

I have no idea what you guys are talking about, but I love the passion!

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Scott Betts wrote:
Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
Was he describing the flight path of a drone strike?
I felt a little bad about laughing at this.

Scott, trolling is no good if the troll-ee laughs!

I feel so...empty.

The Phandom Menace, that's what it was.

Btw, Stars Wars is lame.

Bitter Thorn wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Comrade Thorn!

Joy and greetings!

Hi DA!

I see the politic threads are as douchey as ever.

Yeah, it's great!

"Sorry family issues have tied me up."

I hope those are good family issues!

Hee hee!

Meatrace got biznitch-slapped by staff in a thread about Paizo friends.

He's one of my faves.


I think you're all a bunch of jerks.

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Hee hee!

Flamewars about spelling, grammar and punctuation.

You guys rock.

Anyway, I like to think that my grasp of the English language is pretty decent, but I often post while high, so, please, chalk up any mistakes to [bubble bubble bubble].

Or maybe they realized it was Mother Dingo...


I'd rather just post shows here and have others point out that there was more than one season.

18. The Honeymooners.

Hmmm, I thought it was a mind-altering drug.

[bubble bubble bubble]

I don't have a scientific mind. But, so far, the only thing magical that I have experienced in my life is mind-altering drugs.

[bubble bubble bubble]

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