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post #61 of 87
Walking through fresh air is better than a treadmill... Don't malnourish yourself, either. You should be eating 2,000 calories a day and making up the difference with exercise. Buy a pull-up bar and do some pushups, you'll boost your confidence. SF forum people are meanies, sure, but do some detailed searching in the 'search' bar and you'll find things that are good for you. There is a lot of information out there, and you don't have to interact with meanies to find it. You're a good kid, you're gonna do great!
post #62 of 87
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more than likely, someone has asked the op's question more than once.
Under normal circumstances yes but did you read the original post?! This guy is a special flower. Also kit's thread derail attempts are a few of my favourite things.
post #63 of 87
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whodini, I avoid topics that has exceeded 20 pages. Why? because it will be impossible for me to keep track of my own question or answers to that in the future. These big topics are not always helpful. Big threads are great for picture dump or other uses. For discussions... no. I'm sorry if my actions were too much of an infraction. Also if a topic has "noob" written anywhere, then I tend to avoid it as well. It's rather insulting, so it might not have anything useful for me. Newbie is a better way to address people I think. ^-^'
Seeing as how you're a noob and I have called you such, feel free to avoid this threak. You show the exact same sense of entitlement and disregard for the rules that makes me kill these threaks in the first place. It's hilarious that people think they should be rewarded for breaking a forum rule and "avoiding" threads that are set up specifically to help them.
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SF forum people are meanies, sure, but do some detailed searching in the 'search' bar and you'll find things that are good for you. There is a lot of information out there, and you don't have to interact with meanies to find it. You're a good kid, you're gonna do great!
Oh, you mean do what the rules state? What a concept
post #64 of 87
Thread Starter 
Alright, good bye and have fun with your forums. Sorry for taking up the database space. ^-^'
post #65 of 87
t minus 5 posts until a 'goodbye cruel forum'? rach take note of this, must be a record.
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Alright, good bye and have fun with your forums. Sorry for taking up the database space. ^-^'

Hang around, we aren't all attention whores and jerkstores! Don't let the terrorists win!
post #67 of 87
Sept. 2010 and you're a "we"?
post #68 of 87
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
Sept. 2010 and you're a "we"?

Sure. Sorry, I've been wearing concert tees and Leggoons for the last 20 years and only recently saw the light.

When do I learn the secret handshake? When do we get together and mush the heads of our cocks together and compare sweaters?

I'm so excited!
post #69 of 87
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Originally Posted by JonathanHemlock View Post
Sure. Sorry, I've been wearing concert tees and Leggoons for the last 20 years and only recently saw the light.

When do I learn the secret handshake? When do we get together and mush the heads of our cocks together and compare sweaters?

I'm so excited!

It seems like you already know the secret handshake.
post #70 of 87
To the OP (and everyone else too, I guess).

I am actually of one of the people who run this place.

I'm sorry you don't like the term "noob". Nevertheless, you could and should have asked your question in one of the "ask a question" threads. There is actually a thread view, which you could have used if you are worried about not being able to follow the conversation re. your question. Even without the thread view option, it's really not that hard.

There is not going to be any newbie/noob forum. We like the new members to be able to interact with the older members. There are plenty of new members who are industry professionals or otherwise very knowledgeable, and it would be stupid to exclude them from discussions. And there are lots of new members who seem to be able to use the "Ask a question" threads just fine. The problem are the small minority of new members who seem to think that conventions don't apply to them, and other people just have to deal.

I'm not going to say that I approve of the older members flaming new members, and yes, this is "just" an internet forum. But imagine if you go into a coffeeshop, and you decide that you are going to jump to the head of the line/take a table other people were waiting for. Are you really going to be surprised, and do you have the right to be outraged, when other patrons protest? Is "hey man, chill out, it's just coffee" really a valid counterargument?

Yes, this is "just an internet forum", but it is also one of the more vibrant communities devoted to men's style, and one of the oldest. That this forum continues to grow after over 8 years of existence is in no small part thanks to the cool people who have decided to hang out here over the years.

One of the things that you may have noticed about the forum is that, the buying and selling forum excepted, there are not any rigid rules (well, you can't post porn or racist comments). This is not an oversight. It gives the administrators and our moderation team a lot of latitude to use their judgement. There is only one guiding principle, which is to be respectful of the forum and the other members. So, let's everyone do that, yeah?

Fok.
post #71 of 87
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
To the OP (and everyone else too, I guess). I am actually of one of the people who run this place. I'm sorry you don't like the term "noob". Nevertheless, you could and should have asked your question in one of the "ask a question" threads. There is actually a thread view, which you could have used if you are worried about not being able to follow the conversation re. your question. Even without the thread view option, it's really not that hard. There is not going to be any newbie/noob forum. We like the new members to be able to interact with the older members. There are plenty of new members who are industry professionals or otherwise very knowledgeable, and it would be stupid to exclude them from discussions. And there are lots of new members who seem to be able to use the "Ask a question" threads just fine. The problem are the small minority of new members who seem to think that conventions don't apply to them, and other people just have to deal. I'm not going to say that I approve of the older members flaming new members, and yes, this is "just" an internet forum. But imagine if you go into a coffeeshop, and you decide that you are going to jump to the head of the line/take a table other people were waiting for. Are you really going to be surprised, and do you have the right to be outraged, when other patrons protest? Is "hey man, chill out, it's just coffee" really a valid counterargument? Yes, this is "just an internet forum", but it is also one of the more vibrant communities devoted to men's style, and one of the oldest. That this forum continues to grow after over 8 years of existence is in no small part thanks to the cool people who have decided to hang out here over the years. One of the things that you may have noticed about the forum is that, the buying and selling forum excepted, there are not any rigid rules (well, you can't post porn or racist comments). This is not an oversight. It gives the administrators and our moderation team a lot of latitude to use their judgement. There is only one guiding principle, which is to be respectful of the forum and the other members. So, let's everyone do that, yeah? Fok.
Are you kidding me? Well i am not surprised, you does not strike me as a person who would act if you saw a crime.. I think you are more of a "crowd pleaser" - just by the sheer fact that you post here in this thread in stead of either ban a few people or close it, says enough. Here is a guy who most likely has had a rough time, and still you allow some internet hunters have their way, and you stand by and actually used this phrase "I am actually of one of the people who run this place." is just .... I won't even waste my time with your analogies, are you even trying? The funny part is, the thread starter has the guts to admit whats going on in his life, and at least attempts to change - just by reading a few posts it is so easy to see that the thread starter has it WAY better despite what he is going with - just take a quick look at a person like macuser3of5...
post #72 of 87
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Fok.
I wuv yoo
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Fok has banned many people, you're retarded. If he hadn't broken the special flower rule, there would have been no flaming. This thread is the equivalent of him saying "I deserve a thread just for me, I'm so special everybody should love me" If you're going to use the internet you need to stop being such a pansy ass, "internet hunter"? I'm not going out searching for people to troll, they're posting special flower threads here. If you don't like it, leave. Not a hard concept.
post #73 of 87
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
There is only one guiding principle, which is to be respectful of the forum and the other members. So, let's everyone do that, yeah?

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you're retarded. . . .If you're going to use the internet you need to stop being such a pansy ass. . . If you don't like it, leave. Not a hard concept.

Classic!
post #74 of 87
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Classic!
Indeed. Instant classic KitAkira, your such a gimmick.
post #75 of 87
Calling a retard a retard isn't being disrespectful, it's stating facts. Saying Fok doesn't do anything is retarded. People who think that somehow the noob threads and the special flower rule doesn't apply to them are equally retarded. People who come onto the internet and cry about everything may be the most retarded of all
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