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post #1471 of 15572
^^ Now I can't get the picture of Forrest Gump running in shorts and UGG boots out of my head .
post #1472 of 15572
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The loves of UGG boots make me become a UGG boots seller, I am not just selling shoes, I am selling comfortable and warming, which felling is indispensable of a elegant life.

Hmmm...take out the brand-name reference, and this may be sig-worthy.
post #1473 of 15572
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
^^ Now I can't get the picture of Forrest Gump running in shorts and UGG boots out of my head .



I'm not a smart man, StyleForum, but I do know what spam is.
post #1474 of 15572
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Originally Posted by Teacher View Post
Hmmm...take out the brand-name reference, and this may be sig-worthy.

Actually, I think the brand name is essential to convey that an elegant life requires Uggs.
post #1475 of 15572
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
Actually, I think the brand name is essential to convey that an elegant life requires Uggs.

You know, you're probably right.
post #1476 of 15572
Profanity in title. Please give the appropriate punishment. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?p=3372828
post #1477 of 15572
iknow you guys catcha lot of crap. but i was talking to a friend the other day about online communities and how to develop them. I've been involved in them since the late 80s (actually edited for Prodigy back in dial-up), and I've got to say that this is probably the best-run forum i've seen. it's a really tricky balancing act allowing freedom but limiting stupidity and you guys do a great job. Though I sometimes see things that make me shake my head, i'm also afraid that repressing that would result in a much duller forum. there is something about the internet that does encourage the worst behavior ... even in the mystery reading one I was a member of, you'd get those old ladies who loved cat mysteries and they could be absolutely vicious. Picture Conne post-menopause.
post #1478 of 15572
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post
iknow you guys catcha lot of crap. but i was talking to a friend the other day about online communities and how to develop them. I've been involved in them since the late 80s (actually edited for Prodigy back in dial-up), and I've got to say that this is probably the best-run forum i've seen. it's a really tricky balancing act allowing freedom but limiting stupidity and you guys do a great job. Though I sometimes see things that make me shake my head, i'm also afraid that repressing that would result in a much duller forum. there is something about the internet that does encourage the worst behavior ... even in the mystery reading one I was a member of, you'd get those old ladies who loved cat mysteries and they could be absolutely vicious. Picture Conne post-menopause.

These sentiments are signs of an impending nervous breakdown, or a very significant bowel movement.

Be prepared for either. If both, well, sayonara.


- B
post #1479 of 15572
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
These sentiments are signs of an impending nervous breakdown, or a very significant bowel movement.

Be prepared for either. If both, well, sayonara.


- B
i am the foodguy, so take a guess.
bring back mr. sam.
post #1480 of 15572
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post
iknow you guys catcha lot of crap. but i was talking to a friend the other day about online communities and how to develop them. I've been involved in them since the late 80s (actually edited for Prodigy back in dial-up), and I've got to say that this is probably the best-run forum i've seen. it's a really tricky balancing act allowing freedom but limiting stupidity and you guys do a great job. Though I sometimes see things that make me shake my head, i'm also afraid that repressing that would result in a much duller forum. there is something about the internet that does encourage the worst behavior ... even in the mystery reading one I was a member of, you'd get those old ladies who loved cat mysteries and they could be absolutely vicious. Picture Conne post-menopause.

What translator do you use?
post #1481 of 15572
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
Profanity in title. Please give the appropriate punishment.

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?p=3372828
thread closed. some hole time coming for fran. I'm amazed ppl still test us on this.
post #1482 of 15572
So if a hypothetical forum member was to celebrate Independence Day by creating a hypothetical thread entitled "America, Fuck Yeah", would a hypothetical moderator be so anti-American as to lock said thread?

post #1483 of 15572
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Originally Posted by Jekyll View Post
So if a hypothetical forum member was to celebrate Independence Day by creating a hypothetical thread entitled "America, Fuck Yeah", would a hypothetical moderator be so anti-American as to lock said thread?


Very likely but due to profanity in the title, not because of anti-Americanism (or at least that how that particular mod will claim).
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Very likely but due to profanity in the title, not because of anti-Americanism (or at least that how that particular mod will claim).

You know who else would say that? The terrorists.
post #1485 of 15572
I'm not American. Neither is Fok. Passing out punitive measures wouldn't bother us in the slightest.
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