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I think I'd still find Wayne's World funny. Also, Bhowie loves the horrible TV show MASH.
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I think I'd still find Wayne's World funny. Also, Bhowie loves the horrible TV show MASH.

Whaaaa? puzzled.gif
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I think I'd still find Wayne's World funny. Also, Bhowie loves the horrible TV show MASH.

Is yuh crazy, or just stupid?
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Love MASH. The reruns never get old.
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I wonder if watching MASH is what gave me teh yellow fever. Actually, I think it goes back to when I learned to read.
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spam in the clothing reviews? the "Ed Hardy Men's Highrise Highrise Sneaker" review by james68 seem to be spam for some asian blog of some sort.
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MASH is a show for crackers, let's keep it 100.
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I wonder if watching MASH is what gave me teh yellow fever. Actually, I think it goes back to when I learned to read.

Because they invented ink and paper?
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I wonder if watching MASH is what gave me teh yellow fever. Actually, I think it goes back to when I learned to read.

Because they invented ink and paper?

Think that was the Chinese. No, it was the illustrations in a book about the Crane Maiden. True Asian Beauty.
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Think that was the Chinese. No, it was the illustrations in a book about the Crane Maiden. True Asian Beauty.

Chinese, Korean it's all good.
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I rewatched 30 minutes of that this weekend. What a terrible movie. Has Mike Meyers ever been funny?

i would say, yes. in small, and specific instances and doses.
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I don't know if this is the right place to ask this question, but it seems appropriate. How many posts must a new member make before their submissions (which include photos) are posted immediately without entering the mod queue? Since those in the mod queue eventually get placed into the thread at the time position they were submitted, the threads have typically moved on somewhat. 

I'm happy to serve out my probation, but was just wondering how long that might be.

Thanks.

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Suspected troll:

http://www.styleforum.net/u/170196/unnamedplayer

Seconded.
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^ I wondered that myself. He's a little like someone who was banned. But there's no direct matches.
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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post

I don't know if this is the right place to ask this question, but it seems appropriate. How many posts must a new member make before their submissions (which include photos) are posted immediately without entering the mod queue? Since those in the mod queue eventually get placed into the thread at the time position they were submitted, the threads have typically moved on somewhat. 
I'm happy to serve out my probation, but was just wondering how long that might be.
Thanks.
As far as I can tell, there are three reasons posts get held automatically:
1. new or low-post count member, especially if links or pictures are posted,
2. trying to submit the same post multiple times
3. IP or terminal match with someone who has been banned or has had multiple posts deleted.

But if there is an exact number of posts or time of membership before posts aren't held, I don't know what it is. But maybe J or LA Guy know. My guess is that theres a formula that takes into account the things I listed and a few other factors.
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