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Old 05-01-2011, 10:13 PM   #791 (permalink)
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NSW - The most infuriating mod for years. So much to say and bags of intelligence but so conspicuous by her absence. I feel she has so much to give here but never gets the chance to say it.
Naw...I don't really have that much to say.

But seriously though, I appreciate what you're saying and hope to be more active around here soon.

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Nonsubmissivewife: Need I say more? Great music taste, great reviews, and fantastically witty spoken lady.
Thanks lady! I must say, you've really shined as a mod. I had some misgivings about you being modded before, but whatever those doubts were have been washed away. Git on wit ya bad self.

I should do another list here myself pretty soon...
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Old 05-01-2011, 11:08 PM   #792 (permalink)
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Naw...I don't really have that much to say.

But seriously though, I appreciate what you're saying and hope to be more active around here soon.



Thanks lady! I must say, you've really shined as a mod. I had some misgivings about you being modded before, but whatever those doubts were have been washed away. Git on wit ya bad self.

I should do another list here myself pretty soon...
Ooo scandal! I love it though. I don't think you were alone in doubting my ability to be a fair moderator. I can still rark people up just by doing it subtly and by the rules. I learned this from Urban and right_track particularly. So anyone on the receiving end can blame them.
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Old 05-02-2011, 12:37 AM   #793 (permalink)
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Awwsugar - Again, another thing I messed up. She's pretty cool and can sing and play guitar too! I don't think I see her on MB as much as I used to, but she's probably busy with other things.
I'm definitely not on Music Banter as much as I used to be, Alex, but I come on every once in a while and say something! Aww, thanks for the guitar and singing compliments, it always makes me feel amazing when someone compliments me on my music. <3
Also, you didn't mess up, we'll work on things. I contacted you on Facebook, we'll go from there. Miss you.
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Old 05-02-2011, 03:08 AM   #794 (permalink)
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Paloma: I love this girl. When she first joined, I was doubtful that she'd stay tbh. So I kept my distance sorta because I hate when my noob friends leave never to be seen again (also why I don't greet noobs anymore, it hurtz) she's one of the biggest characters on the boards and has an absolutely smashing personality. Her honesty is admirable and her harsh way with words has made me lol a few times. Her "IDGAF" attitude amuses me around here. Last but not least she's actually really kind, has tonsss of amazing advice. Between her and Urban Hatemonger I should never go wrong in life.

FaSho: I think I'll always think of fasho as a child, even although he should be about 16 now? Anyway he's really easy to talk to, he's quite a witty guy. Always appears when I least expect with something funny to say

AwwSugar: undoubtedly the nicest person I have ever conversated with on the Internet. She's so kind I actually doubt that there's a malicious bone in her body. She may be kind but people don't take advantage of it, something that often happens when you're nice.

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Old 05-02-2011, 07:19 PM   #795 (permalink)
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Aurora: I miss you being called kayleigh. but oh well. I feel like we haven't spoken in a really really long time... definitely something that needs to be fixed. One of the people on the site that can always be counted on to say something nice.
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Old 05-02-2011, 08:40 PM   #796 (permalink)
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Janszoon - Though our way of communicating is a bit different, I really feel like we have very similar personalities. I very rarely disagree with you. You are also the expert of one liner responses. Never has so much been said by so little.
Thanks man. It's interesting that you say you think we have very similar personalities because you've always reminded me quite a bit of my brother and I always enjoy reading your posts.

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Janszoon- we are both similar in age, outlook on life, grew up with the same music and still look for new music and ideals way past the age when we should have hung up our slippers and remain set in our ways. I would genuinely love to meet him for a drink.
Absolutely man! If I'm ever in your part of the world or you're ever in mine we need to make this happen.

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Freebase Dali/Janszoon: Seriously, the only way I can tell you two apart is by your avatars, but I would imagine that's because I really don't post as much as I should! However, both of you have a number of the same characteristics: good mediators, good posters, solid contributors to any thread I've looked in, but also with a slightly sharp sense of humour, happy to poke fun at people in circumstances where it won't aggravate the situation, and often the first people to calm a thread down once it starts going too far.
That's interesting. I wouldn't have thought of it but I can definitely see a certain amount of similarity between myself and Freebase, especially in terms of writing style and sense of humor. Plus I think he's a great guy so I definitely take that as a compliment.

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Last but not least, Janszoon: Giggity. I have this secret crush on lee because he consistently gives the lawls and we team together to be very sly dogs around the board. I might even tell my therapist of my strange affliction towards him.
Heh. I'm flattered to hear that I've reached discussion with therapist levels. Thank you. You do know how to make a guy blush.
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Old 05-02-2011, 09:41 PM   #797 (permalink)
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AwwSugar: undoubtedly the nicest person I have ever conversated with on the Internet. She's so kind I actually doubt that there's a malicious bone in her body. She may be kind but people don't take advantage of it, something that often happens when you're nice.

More laters.
Love you babygirrrrl. We have soo much catching up to do! I miss you! <3
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Old 05-03-2011, 06:50 AM   #798 (permalink)
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One that isn't sarcastic(hopefully):

Dankstra - By far my favorite moderator/member of the forum. Always polite, never flustered, or angry. Amazing taste in music, and an amazing catalogue. Single hadidly keeps the much under-appreciated 'Avant-Garde' forum living, and breathing. Also, has peaked my interest looking into surrealist film.

JackPat - I consider my spiritual 'noob' friend on these forums. He joined quite a bit after me, but I always felt that when we started sort of noticing each other, it was around the same time, and neither of us were well established, or acquainted with the forum. Very good taste in music, and very much exploring the same eras of avant prog that I am, so always a good discussion.

Janzsoon - Probably the first member/moderator to recognise I even exist. Amazingly good taste in music, open minded, honest, frank, and hilarious. He tends to bruise other people's egos at times, so people think he's some sort of grumpy prick. I don't see that at all, I just see him as somebody who will be brutally when brutal is needed. Another reason I'm big on him.

Tore - Nicest guy in the world. I can't say a single bad thing about Tore. Excellent taste in music, and probably one of the easiest guys to talk to. Plus, I'm amazed at his encyclopaedic knowledge of 'atmospheric horror' films. Wish the prog club could have kept going, because it would have allowed me to explore more acts discovered like Comus, Mike Oldfield, and Gentle Giant(all 3 are now indispensable to my collection) still, I'm massively thankful for his dedication to keep it alive.

TheUglyOrgan - love this kid. Very open minded, nice, funny. Very easy to talk to, polite, kind. Very good with stories, and has a lot of interesting things to say about his life.

Dayvan Cowboy - astounding taste in music. If she gets into making music, there's no way she's not going to be a prodigy. Being as young as she is, and already understanding the intricacies of avant-garde progressive rock. Plus, a fan of Zorn, is a fan of mine.

Conan - nice guy, good mod, great arguer. By far one of the top members of this forum. Seems a bit invisible lately, though. I see him every once in awhile post something official mod business, or whatever. See him way to little around anymore, saddens me a tad.

Engine - Fun guy to argue politics with, and has a very wide taste in music. Some really similar, some not. Sort of an overlooked member on these forums.

Tumor - I like Tumor. I don't like her appreciation for Trollish humor, and barely know/correlate with her music tastes. But, I can appreciate the morbid humor, and the semi-pissed off, but not really attitude. one of the more fun members to talk with.

DJ Chameleon - Talk to him all the time. Really easy guy to talk to. Very open, and honest. Music tastes are like the sun, and moon with me, but still always fun discussing music with the guy. Does whatever he can to keep the social atmosphere at musicbanter alive, and deserves worlds of credit for it.

[b]RezZ[b] - Just a really awesome metalhead. Appreciated some of the 'Bondage Fruit' I sent to him which gains him a million cool points in my book. Very interesting, fun, awesome guy to talk to.

James - You know, I don't really know whether this guy likes me, or ****ing hates me. He's always given off missed signals on that front, but I can't ever say I don't appreciate James's taste in music, and honesty. Very open minded, and has brought a lot to the table in terms of appreciating things I consider under-appreciated. Sometimes a tad temperamental seeming, but honestly an indispensable member of these forums.

I'll add more if I feel.
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James - You know, I don't really know whether this guy likes me, or ****ing hates me. He's always given off missed signals on that front, but I can't ever say I don't appreciate James's taste in music, and honesty. Very open minded, and has brought a lot to the table in terms of appreciating things I consider under-appreciated. Sometimes a tad temperamental seeming, but honestly an indispensable member of these forums.

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DJ Chameleon - Talk to him all the time. Really easy guy to talk to. Very open, and honest. Music tastes are like the sun, and moon with me, but still always fun discussing music with the guy. Does whatever he can to keep the social atmosphere at musicbanter alive, and deserves worlds of credit for it.
Thanks for the kind words. The only thing is the last part of the last sentence. I'm just being myself and I don't feel like I deserve credit for just being myself but thank you anyways.
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