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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby UtsusuAssassin » Wed 07.11.2007 2:29 pm

AJBryant wrote:
You know, UtsusuAssassin and Dana Craig, there's a REASON someone should read the whole thread before responding.

If you had done so you would have known that Xurma made a sockpuppet (something we generally frown on here) to make a "funny" trolling post (something we DEFINITELY frown on here).

I personally don't see a need to lock the post -- I think we should just let it fade away like all the other posts, and if someone else SHOULD come along and not read the whole thing and try to answer anything, we'll just make fun of them here like anywhere else where someone does something they should know better than doing. :)

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-___-l|l okaaaay, sorry. I didn't really think there was a good reason to actually read those whole thing because I wasn't planning on sticking around. I was only answering and trying to help. Other than that, there isn't much reason to read the first response. Why make fun of people who are just trying to help? That makes you just as rude as the person who made this thread because those were their exact intentions. Rather, I'd make fun of the people who would make fun of a person who ACTUALLY talks like that, instead of helping them.

jeez.
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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby AJBryant » Wed 07.11.2007 3:22 pm

It's not making fun.

It's called "giving advice."

If you FOLLOW that advice -- i.e., READ THE THREAD -- you won't look foolish, perhaps, for answering something that's already been answered and expounded on four or five times in the thread. Or, in this case, respond to a trolling thread that's been exposed.

Either way, reading the thing before responding is A GOOD IDEA.

I didn't think something that basic should need to be spelled out. Apparently, I was wrong.


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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby hyperconjugated » Wed 07.11.2007 3:32 pm

If people would spend more time outside and
less in front of their computers, we might have
avoided this crap altogether.
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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby Dehitay » Wed 07.11.2007 5:12 pm

hyperconjugated wrote:
If people would spend more time outside and
less in front of their computers, we might have
avoided this crap altogether.


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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby Pork Chop » Wed 07.11.2007 5:18 pm

Dehitay wrote:

Thinking outside the box is one thing, but thinking outside the house scares me


That's coz you live in Lubbock.
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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby Keo » Wed 07.11.2007 6:51 pm

Im in Texas too ;) 3 hours or so from Lubbock.

Hello my fellow previous Texas posters B)
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RE: is my nihon go good? :3

Postby Kumani » Thu 07.12.2007 9:24 pm

i think its better than mine lol
its good ^^
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