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post #196 of 278
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
Wait.
You post on AAAC?

Hardly seem the type, but w/e

No, I did for like 3 days before I found SF.
post #197 of 278
he wrote a piece on me once. he was miffed that I had given myself the "Quality Seller" moniker (I was given that, I never requested/asked for it and honestly, a bit embarrassed by it). He ripped into me and then went on as to why he was the true quality seller I also made a tasteless joke about his wife stealing things from the lost and found at the country club she worked at. he did not like. He reguarly read SF and would rip into posts/members for apparently no reason. God forbid you ever linked to one of his ebay auctions and said something bad
post #198 of 278
Thread Starter 
just so im sure

talking about consuming spaghetti from a rectum = pride

being very good at a source of income = embarrasing
post #199 of 278
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just so im sure

talking about consuming spaghetti from a rectum = pride

being very good at a source of income = embarrasing

You have arrived at Level 3 SF.
post #200 of 278
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post
You have arrived at Level 3 SF.
post #201 of 278
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
Wait.
You post on AAAC?

Hardly seem the type, but w/e

kwilk was malinda
post #202 of 278
Hey, remember when I was banned?
post #203 of 278
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Hey, remember when I was banned?

But you, good friend of J, when did, this, happen?
post #204 of 278
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Hey, remember when I was banned?

hey!!! you stole my location for your title that's no fair!
post #205 of 278
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post
hey!!! you stole my location for your title that's no fair!

don't start with slim. not good.
post #206 of 278
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
THIS. In Stiches, you're like a new kid who comes to school from out of town. Everyone's not sure what to make of you yet, don't know if you're cool. So you try to win their affection by memorizing their birthdays and names of family members and then talking nonstop. Everywhere. Just blathering on. Now some people feel sorry for you, so they humor you (their numbers will gradually dwindle, but a few core people will forever remain, you'll become their mascot of sorts). The rest of the people will avoid you like the plague. You'll soon be left talking to only freshman and the handful of saintly people who will tolerate you because it makes them feel like nice people.

Unlike high school, though, you're not getting beat up or pushed in lockers. Instead, people are coming out of the woodwork to politely (for now) tell you to relax a bit. Ease into the forum.
I feel like I'm shitting up threads almost as bad as you by lecturing you, though. So enough. Back on ignore, and I'll stop.

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Originally Posted by MrG View Post
Stitch, I'm going to go ahead and quote this so you can read it again, because I don't think you're getting it. All kidding aside, this whole thing has become really creepy. It's one thing to try to fit in with everyone, but it's another entirely to obsess over the minutiae of the membership here. I did you a favor when I derailed this thread - it gave you the chance to let it go - but you keep pushing. Just stop it.

I can certainly understand the sentiment of posts like this. OTOH, for new members to be able to actually understand what the hell is actually being said can, at times, be very challenging. I think threads like this make for a nice Cliff's Notes version of some of the more memorable things that have happened here.

I am happy to have members like In Stitches put themselves out there so that folks like myself can learn a little bit about this history of the forum.
post #207 of 278
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post
I can certainly understand the sentiment of posts like this. OTOH, for new members to be able to actually understand what the hell is actually being said can, at times, be very challenging. I think threads like this make for a nice Cliff's Notes version of some of the more memorable things that have happened here.

I am happy to have members like In Stitches put themselves out there so that folks like myself can learn a little bit about this history of the forum.

In Stitches now is light years better than In Stitches a week or two ago. Yes, Matt and I's posts were strongly worded, but eventually they, with others, had the desired effect. Social norms have to be enforced somehow.
post #208 of 278
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yes by all means lets hash this out again. it was soooo much fun

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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
In Stitches now is light years better than In Stitches a week or two ago.



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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
Yes, Matt and I's posts were strongly worded, but eventually they, with others, had the desired effect. Social norms have to be enforced somehow.

social norms = SF ??
post #209 of 278
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post
don't start with slim. not good.



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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
Anyone else remember the time TS gave up on an argument? It was great.
post #210 of 278
I've always looked back on the first "Biggest Douche" contest with fond memories. Several igents got their panties in a bunch over it.
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