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Yep, I'm getting very bored with them now.
So does that mean the Closet is Full...
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Patrick Bateman seems to have gotten banned while I wasn't paying attention. What did he do?
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link by any chance? or description?
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word has it he used racial slurs, was popped for it and was put in time out for a while but then used said slur again after coming back
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Originally Posted by denimdestroyedmylife View Post
urine is very bad for lawns and most plant life-----too much nitrogen i keep trying to plant a tree in front of my house but my neighbors keep on drowning them in dog urine. i'm on my second and i'm sure it is dead. i think i will plant a carnivorous plant there instead.
When I was a child my mom had me pee in a big bottle which she used to pour on her plants. She said it worked.
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Originally Posted by Huntsman View Post
Sometimes the tags get quite puerile.
I know, I try to delete them when I see stupid ones, but it's hard to keep up.
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I'm sorry that you have to.
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Originally Posted by j View Post
I have just (probably temporarily) put a minimum post limit on the Current Events forum. Guests and search engines will not be allowed to browse it, and members will (at the moment) need 100 posts to their name to access it.
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Most likely what will happen is I will start a separate forum for threads that veer off topic way too far into the "free speech zone" and that one will have the post limit, and the CE forum will then remain open for news stories and such.

Or consider a special forum for paid subscribers /donors.


(-- Still working on getting up to 100 posts in my name)
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When I was a child my mom had me pee in a big bottle which she used to pour on her plants. She said it worked.

I have seen a BBC documentary about how to become "greener" to save the planet...

And one of the tips was to urinate in the garden or in the compost bin to save flushing water...
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What happened to the "Porn, Actually" thread? Someone who can't stop clicking on things they know they won't like take issue with something they clicked on? Caught feelings? Outrage?

The public demands answers.
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Originally Posted by Bergdorf Goodwill View Post
What happened to the "Porn, Actually" thread? Someone who can't stop clicking on things they know they won't like take issue with something they clicked on? Caught feelings? Outrage? The public demands answers.
Buncha fagglers, I tell ya.
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Originally Posted by lakewolf View Post
I have seen a BBC documentary about how to become "greener" to save the planet...

And one of the tips was to urinate in the garden or in the compost bin to save flushing water...

If it's yellow, let it mellow. If it's brown, flush it down.
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What happened to the "Porn, Actually" thread? Someone who can't stop clicking on things they know they won't like take issue with something they clicked on? Caught feelings? Outrage?

The public demands answers.
I second this motion. I enjoyed that thread.

JB
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Originally Posted by Bergdorf Goodwill View Post
What happened to the "Porn, Actually" thread? Someone who can't stop clicking on things they know they won't like take issue with something they clicked on? Caught feelings? Outrage?

The public demands answers.
Nobody complained, it was just getting beyond the pale.
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