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has any active sf'er ever died?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by SpooPoker, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    Eyuh...whaaa?

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    And people call me an old man...
     
  2. Dakota rube

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    This happened to me in EQ. I was in one of the first "uberguilds" formed, having started in beta. This guy was a kick ass shammy. He had a fatal disease going on and it was pretty sad. He died just before we had PoT on farm status. The guild kept his toon logged on for a week straight at the entrance to PoE (we were just getting the tikimen event down) and had him AFK.

    I am surprised at the depth of geekness. Is this real, or are you just funnin' us?
     
  3. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    I am surprised at the depth of geekness. Is this real, or are you just funnin' us?

    I'll never say.
     
  4. Fuuma

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    I don't know about on this forum, but on TheFashionSpot in the old days a very valued member named Kit, who was one of the most knowledgable, classy members of any board on which I've been, passed and the Mods spread that word around. Fuuuma and LK probably remember him; they were there back then.

    It's often surprising just how much our "e-friends" can mean to us and, IMHO, that forum was never really the same. Now, of course, it's a heaping mound of teenage crap... but that's another story.


    Yeah, I know the person you're referring to. On SF the only people who die are sockpuppets.
     
  5. Coburn

    Coburn Senior member

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    No one dies on SF.
    Like Dorian Grey, we have portraits that age and age.
     
  6. Kyoung05

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    MarkI might be dead, if he followed some of the advice offered to him in the "How to get over things your gf has done in the past" thread....
     
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    I know that if I died Mauro would definitely post about it.

    he'd be pissed that you fucked up the call of duty team
     
  8. cimabue

    cimabue Senior member

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    Actually, something similar happened on a shaving forum - but the twist was that the member's name was Will - and he made and sold shaving soaps that were universally praised. That said, recipe followed Will into the grave. Javyn knows about this.

    Something in the secret sauce, do you think?
     
  9. MrKaizen

    MrKaizen Well-Known Member

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    Don't worry, as soon as I die, I'll make a post by twitter.
     
  10. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Senior member

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    I'll probably be killed by a 400lb woman's vagina.
     
  11. JayJay

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    Ah I remember this, it was a 08-09 M5, I think he had 4 friends in the car at the time. Car forums usually have a passing member ever so often.
    I've known of a few members on car forums whose deaths were reported.
     
  12. kwilkinson

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    I actually have a computer setup to electronically to my watch. This computer is set on SF, with a new threak started, explaining that i had died and that i wouldn't miss any of you. In my watch is a heartrate monitor. If my heart stops beating, it will trigger a signal to start the new thread, thus eliminating any of you having to worry about moi.
     
  13. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    I actually have a computer setup to electronically to my watch. This computer is set on SF, with a new threak started, explaining that i had died and that i wouldn't miss any of you. In my watch is a heartrate monitor. If my heart stops beating, it will trigger a signal to start the new thread, thus eliminating any of you having to worry about moi.

    You never take off your watch? What happens when the battery runs out?
     
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    You never take off your watch? What happens when the battery runs out?

    I have arranged it so that this watch and I will never be separated, and that the watch will never cease to work. I touched it on the arm and said "now you and i are the same" even though I'm not immortal like my watch now is.
     
  15. Don Carlos

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    I actually have a computer setup to electronically to my watch. This computer is set on SF, with a new threak started, explaining that i had died and that i wouldn't miss any of you. In my watch is a heartrate monitor. If my heart stops beating, it will trigger a signal to start the new thread, thus eliminating any of you having to worry about moi.

    That sounds a lot like my watch, only my watch doesn't do any of that and features a lewd image of Minnie Mouse and Goofy.
     
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    I have arranged it so that this watch and I will never be separated, and that the watch will never cease to work. I touched it on the arm and said "now you and i are the same" even though I'm not immortal like my watch now is.

    So, technically, I could take off your watch, rip out your heart with my bare hands, strap your watch to it, and plug that shit into a pacemaker.

    I'm just trying to plan my weekend.
     
  17. kwilkinson

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    So, technically, I could take off your watch, rip out your heart with my bare hands, strap your watch to it, and plug that shit into a pacemaker.

    I'm just trying to plan my weekend.


    No. I have safeguards against exactly this kind of thing, but now that I know your intentions, I will not be telling you.
     
  18. Tokyo Slim

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    No. I have safeguards against exactly this kind of thing, but now that I know your intentions, I will not be telling you.

    Whatever. You know there are no sure safeguards against me.
     
  19. kwilkinson

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    Whatever. You know there are no sure safeguards against me.
    I had a Mayan artist draw an endtimes mural against my wall to distract you.
     
  20. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    I had a Mayan artist draw an endtimes mural against my wall to distract you.

    I don't get distracted.
     

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