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    Postby Mandy » 15 Jun 2008 19:52

    He states his views in ways that get reactions out of people.. he does it on purpose. He's not the one being emotional.
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    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jun 2008 19:57

    It would be nice if he could chill out once in a while, though. ;)
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    Postby Mandy » 15 Jun 2008 20:02

    Might be kinda boring if he did :wink:
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    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jun 2008 20:03

    Oh...I imagine we could keep you entertained. :D
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    Postby Mandy » 15 Jun 2008 20:08

    lol.. probably.
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    Postby LiquidBlue » 15 Jun 2008 20:10

    What have I said thats emotionally driven?
    Some never participate. Life happens to them. They get by on little more than dumb persistence and resist with anger or violence all things that might lift them out of resentment-filled illusions of security.
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    Postby Mandy » 15 Jun 2008 20:15

    Didn't you threaten to end this wacky conversation a few pages back? I'm just saying, he does this for the reaction.. and everyone (including me) gives it to him. Plus his English isn't perfect, so he is misunderstood sometimes when he isn't actually trying to get a rise out of anyone.
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    Postby LiquidBlue » 15 Jun 2008 20:28

    I meant my wacky conversation with him...we were't even talking about the same thing anymore, thats why it is wacky...I have been replying to Chanilover...

    I'm actually pretty impressed with his English, its much better than alot of native speakers I know...I think his sarcasm is just hard to identify...I'm beginning to see that maybe the little writing denotes sarcasm, but I'm not sure...and its so small I can't read it, LoL!
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    Postby Robspierre » 15 Jun 2008 21:56

    Mandy wrote:He states his views in ways that get reactions out of people.. he does it on purpose. He's not the one being emotional.


    Mandy I like Orald, I would like to spend time with him in person, get him drunk and play THE GAME OF THRONES board game but damnit sometimes he pushes it to far and is a total asshat on purpose and then acts like a hurt puppy when people provide evidence to counter him and it gets old. Its also not just his views he's been an asshole to more than one person right out of the gate. I'm with Chig, he could do wih a biit of chilling out every now and then.

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    Postby SandChigger » 15 Jun 2008 22:37

    LiquidBlue wrote:maybe the little writing denotes sarcasm, but I'm not sure...and its so small I can't read it, LoL!

    You're not alone.

    (If I really want to know that bad, I right-click on the Quote button and open it in a new window and read whatever he's scribbled. Or copy-paste it into TextEdit and rev the font size. It's one of his more consistent and annoying charms. ;) )
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    Postby orald » 16 Jun 2008 03:53

    What are you people on about again? :?

    liquid wrote:You are this [ ] far away from a caveman, woman barefoot in the kitchen mentality..

    :shock:

    Again, I think you're really not getting my opinions here.

    Just because I'm worried about this corrective descrimination bit(that's the real bothersome aspect IMO) doesn't mean I want to keep women in the kitchen(*sarcasm*the bed is another thing*sarcasm* oh brother, now I'll have to explain every time I do it :roll: ).
    I think I made a Tleilaxu master's joke about axolotl tanks earlier...that WAS a joke too.

    I think you're used to rednecks etc and that makes you think I'm a redneck when all I want is equality, and equality means equality, not giving special benefits to one gender/race in order to advance them because they were once descriminated.

    I loved the "patriarchial roots" bit, like you're from bloody Venus or something. Isn't this same "root" which made you go against it?
    Maybe I need to repeat this a few more times so you're sure to actually read it, given you and others have missed some things I've repeated 3-4 times now and claimed I'm the opposite

    SC, the whole point of small fonts is just for that- it's not to be noticed right away, it's to add a little "surprise" for later on, and to make one curious as to what it is and so to do what you do to read it. it's there to entice you.

    Rob, sorry mate, I don't really drink, you know that.

    Oh, and thanks to everyone for realizing my master plan to tick y'all off with my emotion-enducing writing. I'm sure glad I've discovered this hidden trait of mine. No, I...I mean it's been my plan all along*being sarcastic again*.

    Have fun while I go to work, and fill 2-3 more pages just about my character, it's very fattering.
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    Postby SandChigger » 16 Jun 2008 04:08

    orald wrote:it's very fattering.

    Only because you eat it up. ;)



    I think you meant "flattering", right?
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    Postby orald » 16 Jun 2008 04:10

    Yes, yes I did.
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    Postby GamePlayer » 16 Jun 2008 10:20

    "The love for what you hide
    The bitterness inside..."


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    Postby Mandy » 16 Jun 2008 11:50

    LiquidBlue wrote:I meant my wacky conversation with him...we were't even talking about the same thing anymore, thats why it is wacky...I have been replying to Chanilover...

    I'm actually pretty impressed with his English, its much better than alot of native speakers I know...I think his sarcasm is just hard to identify...I'm beginning to see that maybe the little writing denotes sarcasm, but I'm not sure...and its so small I can't read it, LoL!


    He also annoyingly uses this smiley when he's making a sarcastic joke :roll: Which makes it seem like he's being even nastier than usual, lol.

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    Rob and Chig, yeah he should chill out, but even when he does, he still gets snide comments made about him all over the place. If someone says something shitty about him, in a thread he hasn't even posted in, you're just inviting him to retaliate. I bet you guys are wondering when he was chilled out.. but I noticed a few weeks where he had toned down the act quite a bit.

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    Sorry for the psychoanalysis orald, but you do the same thing over and over... you always get the same results. If that isn't your goal, maybe you should try a different tactic. You know I still love you.
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    Postby Robspierre » 16 Jun 2008 11:57

    Mandy wrote:--------

    Rob and Chig, yeah he should chill out, but even when he does, he still gets snide comments made about him all over the place. If someone says something shitty about him, in a thread he hasn't even posted in, you're just inviting him to retaliate. I bet you guys are wondering when he was chilled out.. but I noticed a few weeks where he had toned down the act quite a bit.


    I had noticed that Mandy, which is why his behaviour prompted my posting, he's not a bad guy just misguided :wink: at times.

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    Postby orald » 16 Jun 2008 13:41

    Mandy wrote:He also annoyingly uses this smiley when he's making a sarcastic joke :roll: Which makes it seem like he's being even nastier than usual, lol.

    It's meant to illustrate the sarcasm.

    I bet you guys are wondering when he was chilled out.. but I noticed a few weeks where he had toned down the act quite a bit.

    Yes, and I still got sniped all over the place, without retaliating. :|
    Shall I say "no more" then? Maybe I'll retaliate every time if I'm getting sniped at anyway.

    You know I still love you.

    And yet the plane ticket isn't here! :cry:
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    Postby A Thing of Eternity » 16 Jun 2008 13:52

    LiquidBlue, The "take with a grain of salt" saying loosely applies to Orald; except with his statements you take the lid off the shaker and just dump the salt on. :wink: He has some interesting opinions once you dig through the sarcasm and anger.

    Orald, I thought you were pretty cooled down for a while. Kinda wore off with the welcome party you threw for dm1215 though. :shock:
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    Postby orald » 16 Jun 2008 14:05

    Welcome party? Puking on prequels? That's cooler than dry ice compared to what they deserve.

    If you missed a bit, I wasn't the one not answering his questions or implaying he might not be new.
    Now on the other hand I'm kinda pissed about his supposedly newbie ass.

    I say he's Hyp. With Byron behind her shoulder. And Hitler too.
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    Postby A Thing of Eternity » 16 Jun 2008 14:28

    Hey, I think that's the longest you've went without mentioning Hitler in quite a while! :wink: I know it wasn't you questioning the legitimacy of the account, Serk did the bulk of it but you were pretty gleeful about the prospect of a preek to mess with; something about you being all alone without supervision from Chig or Omph and getting to make all the noise yourself? I know you weren't alone, but you're the one I happen to be talking about right now! :twisted: I don't think people who like the prequels deserve that kind of welcome - if they don't support their positions later then have at em, we certainly don't hold back on each other when someone says something unsupported. You guys just came on a bit strong for the freaking "hello" thread.
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    Postby orald » 16 Jun 2008 14:39

    I talked about making noise...yet I didn't make much noise.

    Does no one get my bloody jokes?


    And a great man like Hitler should be mentioned alot more often, to tell the truth. It's really shameful how he's been demonized by your western Jewish-controled propoganda machine. :(













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    Postby chanilover » 16 Jun 2008 16:32

    Orald, you really make me laugh, I love your demented rantings about Edric. But you can't throw your hands up in the air about the jibes you sometimes receive. There are loads of comments you made about me and my sex life, with references to shredded anus, huge dildos etc. It doesn't bother me, it makes me laugh, so when I tell everyone about your distended rectum it's just a bit of banter.

    Stop being such a queen.
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    Postby GamePlayer » 16 Jun 2008 20:54

    I love your new signature, chanilover :)
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    Postby orald » 17 Jun 2008 04:09

    shredded anus, huge dildos etc

    Actually, that's more your style, isn't it? I prefer subtleties and clues.

    And I haven't made many of those about you in a while, if you've noticed.

    And FYI, my anus is tighter than a Jew's wallet.*







    *That's right, cuz I can make these jokes without being offensive.
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    Postby inhuien » 17 Jun 2008 04:13

    orald wrote:And FYI, my anus is tighter than a Jew's wallet.*


    Thanks for sharing that. :phew:
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