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Old 11-16-2010, 08:47 PM   #501 (permalink)
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Nope, whilst I appreciate good feedback I am just doing my mod job and trying to gee up things.

“A cynic by experience, a romantic by inclination and now a hero by necessity.”
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Old 11-16-2010, 08:53 PM   #502 (permalink)
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Oh you.

Just take the compliment.

Stop being modest.

I for one enjoy the bitchiness. Top top modding.
I don't feel and I feel great.

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Old 11-16-2010, 09:07 PM   #503 (permalink)
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OctaneHugo: Has major issues with informing everyone of album names. Did he get beat as a small child when he got the names of his dad's records wrong? Or does he just like to really frustrate people to the point where they wish they could actually send a fist through the internet?

sidewinder: My man. I have the best mini discussions with this guy...he never forgets when we are in the middle of a topic and always replies promptly. He also knows what he likes and even if he disagrees with me, it is always in a completely civil way. I don't know how you can get mad at him. Not to mention his taste in music is awesome.

That is all for now.
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Old 11-17-2010, 12:07 AM   #504 (permalink)
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I both agree with, and endorse, the above post.

Here's some from me:


I go through periods of like and dislike with this one. Sometimes you see him destroying intro threads with wanton abandon, and then he'll simmer down and you'll forget all about it, and then you'll notice his post count jump a thousand posts and investigate and realize a majority of those posts are short, almost irrelevant responses that result in a sort of off-topic conversation that isn't quite off topic, but doesn't require much thought or input either. But then other times, he provides some good entertainment as he seems to be witty for his age. He also indelibly creates a plethora of general discussion threads that everyone seems to enjoy, and regardless of how ridiculous each topic may seem on its own, the effect of community discussion and connection ends up weighing more. Overall, as much as I don't like to admit it, this guy has a good effect on the offtopic aspect of this website. I think his value lies mostly there. I don't consider that a bad thing either. I'm pretty much the same way, as I have a lot more to offer in that realm. This mode offers a balance to discussion that I think is necessary in any topic-related forum. I couldn't hate that aspect about TheCunningStunt, nor any others, without being hypocritical.

I've always liked this one. Scientifically and logically minded, not given to knee jerk emotional responses, thinks before he expresses. I could learn a thing or two from him and others here who operate on that same level. Tore especially. I see both of them in the same light.
When Duga got modded, I knew MB was getting more of the balance it needed. Duga and Tore both have a way of looking at things that really equalizes issues without creating any sort of discord, and although I'm not saying the other mods and myself don't have the ability, it just seems, to me, it's less of a natural thing to occur on a regular basis. But I think the styles generally work together as a fluid mosaic of interoperability and Duga fits the bill perfectly for how things are laid out now. Looking back at the other options at the time, I don't think there would have been a better decision for the position.

Very interesting girl. Intelligent, and skilled at things artistic. I mostly agree with her philosophies from what I've read and think she's a cool cat.

Dayvan Cowboy
Easily the brightest 14(?) year old I've ever seen type on an internet. She has great taste in music and the mannerisms of an adult in a lot of cases. She has some self-confidence issues, but who doesn't at that age? I predict that by the time she's 25, she'll be a significant force in some way or another. I don't know if I can attribute it to technology and ease of information or whatever, but if I had been as well connected with things as she is when I was that age, I'd probably have a far different/better life than I do now.

I guess that's all for now.
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Old 11-17-2010, 09:04 AM   #505 (permalink)
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One from me too I guess:

Dayvan: Dayvan kind of gets on my nerves sometimes and I feel she has a serious need to belong, but sometimes I think she's okay. I think she's slightly afraid of me, but I mean no harm, honestly. She worries too much about what other people think of her.

Dirty: Honestly, I think he thinks i have some sort of weird obsession with him because I always take a snipe at him, but I'm an ******* to everyone who is needlessly rude and chooses to remain ignorant.

Satch: A great person all around, a very good friend. I used to think he teased me because he didn't like me but I find that's not the case. Always there when I need him and a great listener. Oh, and an excellent writer.

Engine: Excellent taste in books, always good for conversation

Pedestrian: Sweet girl, always fun to talk to

Jansz: Always fair and an excellent sense of humor.

Big3: Always reminds me of a really intense teacher-type person who'll yell a lot in a lecture and kick you out of his class if you don't know the answer. "GET THE **** OUT OF MY CLASS"

that's all I can do right now, I gotta get to class
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Old 11-17-2010, 09:07 AM   #506 (permalink)
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Big3: Always reminds me of a really intense teacher-type person who'll yell a lot in a lecture and kick you out of his class if you don't know the answer. "GET THE **** OUT OF MY CLASS"

I want my money back.
I've moved to a new address
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Old 11-17-2010, 12:16 PM   #507 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Paloma
SATCH: A great person all around, a very good friend. I used to think he teased me because he didn't like me but I find that's not the case. Always there when I need him and a great listener. Oh, and an excellent writer.
Thank you. I love your writing too, and I love sharing the same cracked kaleidoscopic lens on the world that motivates us both to spill. I'm very honored to be your friend.
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Old 11-17-2010, 01:42 PM   #508 (permalink)
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Paloma - quick to throw 'ignorance' claims at me, never specific about what exactly I am supposedly ignorant about. Also calls me 'bro' for no reason, seems to not be on par with maturity for her age. People who disagree automatically labelled 'rude' and ignorant.

Conan - seems like a cool dude, glad there's someone else here who raps and makes music.

vegangelica - I disagree with most of what she says, but she seems very smart and always backs up what she has to say on issues.
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Old 11-17-2010, 03:20 PM   #509 (permalink)
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har har har har, it's update time!

clutnuckle: The member I relate to the most. He has one of the most superb tastes and I wish I could just steal his computer for a while and listen to all of his music collection

Kaimon: You need to post more often. You're easily one of my favourite members and you seem like you'd be a cool person IRL.

duga: You're probably my favourite mod, even though we disagree musically most of the time.

Paloma: I'd say something but stuff would ensue.

RavenRAWRRR: I swear to god that you're just emostreetguitar minus the "ATTENTION SEEK LOLALERT" factor. Honestly.

Pedestrian: This person just joined recently? I feel as if she's been here for years, and there's no way that you just joined in september. Honestly, wow.

crash_override: lol, you like Attack Attack

PAVEMENT SAW: lololol you're priceless.

Dirty: I have mixed opinions on him. Sometimes he's alright but at times he's a little grating.
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Old 11-17-2010, 04:10 PM   #510 (permalink)
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Dirty: he doesn't really seem to fit in, which makes him cool in my book.

sometimes I don't thrill you
sometimes I think I'll kill you
just don't let me fuck up will you
'cause when I need a friend it's still you
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