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September 26, 2014, 05:55:43 PM
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Do you really have the technology, or steady hand, to stop people doing that?

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September 26, 2014, 05:57:35 PM
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Do you really have the technology, or steady hand, to stop people doing that?
Isn't that the job of mods?

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September 26, 2014, 06:21:09 PM
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Do you really have the technology, or steady hand, to stop people doing that?
Isn't that the job of mods?

Did you think mods still arrogant?
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September 26, 2014, 09:46:22 PM
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Do you really have the technology, or steady hand, to stop people doing that?
Isn't that the job of mods?

Did you think mods still arrogant?

Why all this anger?

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September 26, 2014, 11:00:37 PM
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Do you really have the technology, or steady hand, to stop people doing that?
Isn't that the job of mods?

Did you think mods still arrogant?

Why all this anger?

you talking to me???  Angry Angry Angry

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September 27, 2014, 01:32:12 AM
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Do you really have the technology, or steady hand, to stop people doing that?
Isn't that the job of mods?

Did you think mods still arrogant?

Why all this anger?

you talking to me???  Angry Angry Angry

r u mad bro?  Cheesy

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September 27, 2014, 06:08:05 AM
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There is no topic, do you not understand that?
You mean, I could even ask whether the Eastern mistletoe of North America has sticky pulp inside its berries, like the European mistletoe?
You definitely could do that. The problem is do you think you would get an answer?
It would be very naive of me to expect that, wouldn't it?
But was that a real reason of your naiveness?
Hm... could it be that, sub-consciously, I was expecting an aswer to that question?
Is that why you asked that exact same question in a different thread?  Grin
What different thread?
You never heard of the totally off topic thread?

Does it mean our posts can have parallel lives in parallel threads, like parallel universes?


Would you believe that in an off-topic universe, there's several questions between the one above this question you're reading and the question above this post that you may be seeing?

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September 27, 2014, 06:12:03 AM
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There is no topic, do you not understand that?
You mean, I could even ask whether the Eastern mistletoe of North America has sticky pulp inside its berries, like the European mistletoe?
You definitely could do that. The problem is do you think you would get an answer?
It would be very naive of me to expect that, wouldn't it?
But was that a real reason of your naiveness?
Hm... could it be that, sub-consciously, I was expecting an aswer to that question?
Is that why you asked that exact same question in a different thread?  Grin
What different thread?
You never heard of the totally off topic thread?
Does it mean our posts can have parallel lives in parallel threads, like parallel universes?
Would you believe that in an off-topic universe, there's several questions between the one above this question you're reading and the question above this post that you may be seeing?
Yeah, so what?

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September 27, 2014, 06:47:47 AM
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So what about now?
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September 27, 2014, 06:53:47 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?

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September 27, 2014, 07:00:13 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?




Don't you think that's a strange question?
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September 27, 2014, 11:17:40 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?

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September 27, 2014, 01:46:04 PM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?


Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?

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September 27, 2014, 02:34:08 PM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?

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September 27, 2014, 10:10:53 PM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?


why would he do that?  Tongue

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September 27, 2014, 10:51:16 PM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?
why would he do that?  Tongue
Arent't apologies fungible, I mean, couldn't he save them and give them to someone else?

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September 28, 2014, 05:49:32 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?
why would he do that?  Tongue
Arent't apologies fungible, I mean, couldn't he save them and give them to someone else?
Er, was that question somehow embarassing, or too difficult to answer?

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September 28, 2014, 06:52:29 AM
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Hoo knows.
Do you know or should we ask someone else?


So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?
why would he do that?  Tongue
Arent't apologies fungible, I mean, couldn't he save them and give them to someone else?
Er, was that question somehow embarassing, or too difficult to answer?

Who is Er?

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September 28, 2014, 10:35:22 AM
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So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?
why would he do that?  Tongue
Arent't apologies fungible, I mean, couldn't he save them and give them to someone else?
Er, was that question somehow embarassing, or too difficult to answer?
Who is Er?
Hoo knows.  Do you know or should we ask someone else?
Er, brother of Hum, son of Duh and Well, don't you know?

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September 29, 2014, 06:50:57 AM
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I do know but can you explain why I should share this knowledge?



So what about now?
I don't know; does anyone care about mistletoe?
Don't you think that's a strange question?
Why shouldn't everybody be curious about the stickiness of Phoradenron leucarpum's berries?
Do you mean Phoradendron leucarpum?
Would you accept my apologies for that typo?
why would he do that?  Tongue
Arent't apologies fungible, I mean, couldn't he save them and give them to someone else?
Er, was that question somehow embarassing, or too difficult to answer?
Who is Er?
Hoo knows.  Do you know or should we ask someone else?
Er, brother of Hum, son of Duh and Well, don't you know?


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