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post #16 of 79
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Not bad. Managed to get tweaked by 3 of the 4 mods ... AND the Boss ... all on one page. Is that a new record? Do I get some sort of prize?

I DO believe you roused the rabble first...
post #17 of 79
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Nicholas Antongiavanni is the nom de plum for a former speechwriter to President George W. Bush, New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.

Cool! Our very own Josh- except much better dressed.

No wonder we crossed swords so much in the CE threads...
post #18 of 79
More like Sam perhaps. Poor Josh is a little neurotic and over invested at times. Have to say I'd certainly like being pseudonymous, though. ~ Huntsman
post #19 of 79
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Originally Posted by Steve B.
Slim, we have a nurturing environment here. Feel free to open up and reveal your secret.

I may have a half naked cartoon man as my avatar, Steve. But you have a miniturized phallic symbol.

post #20 of 79
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Nicholas Antongiavanni is the nom de plum for a former speechwriter to President George W. Bush, New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.
Ahh. Well it's a shame he left. Judging by the current approval ratings, they could really go for some of Manton's speechwriting!
post #21 of 79
I am completely disappointed I cannot go. Northern Canada may as well be Mars.
post #22 of 79
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I may have a half naked cartoon man as my avatar, Steve. But you have a miniturized phallic symbol.


It's like real life, Slim.

I have to shrink it down so it will fit in pictures.
post #23 of 79
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Originally Posted by Steve B.
It's like real life, Slim.

I have to shrink it down so it will fit in pictures.


Suuuuuure...

post #24 of 79
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Originally Posted by Steve B.
It's like real life, Slim.

I have to shrink it down so it will fit in pictures.

I take it that is why you need to have it on wheels?
post #25 of 79
Congragulations Manton! I sometimes travel through Europe but I dont come to America a lot. I wish I did!
post #26 of 79
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I take it that is why you need to have it on wheels?

Could be...

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Suuuuuure...

Slim- OWNED

AGAIN
post #27 of 79
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Originally Posted by Steve B.
Slim, we have a nurturing environment here. Feel free to open up and reveal your secret.
That would contradict the fact that there's homophobia here, however subtle. Not to mention I've yet to see an SF forum member who is gay.
post #28 of 79
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Originally Posted by Jovan
That would contradict the fact that there's homophobia here, however subtle. Not to mention I've yet to see an SF forum member who is gay.

Err, if I recall correctly there are a few (and at AAAC from what I remember). As far as I remember the threads where this was mentioned were pre-crash.
post #29 of 79
I am, for the record, not gay. I am, for the record, currently only interested in famous girls named Jennifer, who are brunette, with a nice rack, between the ages of 18-35. And there ARE several gay or bisexual members of this forum. I just don't remember who, nor do I think its particularly important.
post #30 of 79
several members of the forum are gay. several are jewish, several are tall, several are of asian descent, several aren't. as long as they stay clear of the men's warehouse, nothing else matters.
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