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  • I do! The forum's not as good with him gone!

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  • Not me! If that loser never comes back it'll be too soon!

    13 28.26%
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    Lex Parsimoniae Xander's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    I see. You're saying that what we're really torn about is what we should or should not tolerate, and where we should draw the line (or even question whether there should be a line)? That perhaps part of it is fear that dissenting/critical ideas might be suppressed, because Sona's can be looked at in that way?

    The thing is, Sona was also rather vulgar. It wasn't his ideas that were the problem, it was the crudeness with which he expressed them that bothered me.
    Ah, thanks Athenian. I knee there was a sub meaning but missed it somehow.

    My apologies Mr Wildcat, I'd have engaged on that level instead.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    It's no use hissing at me. I was only saying.
    Jeez! Drink yer milk and smile.
    Sorry old chap.
    This cat has no milk. I made cappuccino. The leaf blower man left. It is not yet seven in the morning. What is wrong with the bloke? He did not "work" even two hours outside my window. What is happening in the world? Everything is topsy turvy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Sorry old chap.
    This cat has no milk. I made cappuccino. The leaf blower man left. It is not yet seven in the morning. What is wrong with the bloke? He did not "work" even two hours outside my window. What is happening in the world? Everything is topsy turvy.
    Perhaps the outward pointing pikes and the pit traps filled with poisonous frogs worried him?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Sorry old chap.
    This cat has no milk. I made cappuccino. The leaf blower man left. It is not yet seven in the morning. What is wrong with the bloke? He did not "work" even two hours outside my window. What is happening in the world? Everything is topsy turvy.
    wc, your words are turning to prose. It makes me uncomfortable; I thought your expressions in odd verse were one of the few dependable things in the world.

    Is all well with you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    wc, your words are turning to prose. It makes me uncomfortable; I thought your expressions in odd verse were one of the few dependable things in the world.

    Is all well with you?
    No.
    The leaf blower man has become a snow man and ultimately an ice man.

    The verb: To scot.

    1.
    The first of SEPTEMBER he begins to scot the leaves. His calendar says it is autumn = fall. After all it is the first of SEPTEMBER. He scots non-existent fallen leaves.

    2. The first of NOVEMBER he begins to scot the snow. There is no snow. He scots the snow all the same.

    3. The first of DECEMBER he scots the ice with his ice-breaking machine. There is no ice. He scots the ice all the same.

    Had Shakespeare lived in our modern age: the leaf blower man would have, and indeed should have, turned his immortal verse into a negligent prose.

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    Bring back Sona!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateralus View Post
    Bring back Sona!
    Be honest, you're in desperate need of mental stimulation!

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    Ah, humor. The forum would be way more interesting if he were still here. The crudeness is what made him funny. "Im not pressing
    your buttons am I?"

    "Dude, don't press that button again."

    "This one?!?!"

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    He's at INFP Global Chatter last time I checked.

    He uses smilies more often, presumably so people will like him more. It's a trick that actually works.

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    I remember Sona complaining about Nat's avatar of flying pigs. I was thinking maybe we could've dipped him into a pig sty like in that really bad Mad Max movie.

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