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    10 Nov '15 00:09
    At last, a true thread for ages.
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    10 Nov '15 01:17
    The general forum almost seems alive again.
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    10 Nov '15 06:44
    Originally posted by Trev33
    The general forum almost seems alive again.
    You see, you needed us after all! 🙂
  4. Subscriberroma45
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    10 Nov '15 10:13
    Originally posted by lemondrop
    having to be nice is taking its toll
    roma and radio are no longer going to renew
    you can still get nasty on the debates forum and spirituality forum
    have you read the abuse in the debates and spituality forums?
    i stay out of there, our abuse to each other was mild compared to whats said in there.
    how on earth do they get away with it????

    EDIT...just a thought, maybe they give as good as they get, dont run and hit alert button like little girls..

    still cant figure out your number link..😀
  5. Subscribermoonbus
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    10 Nov '15 10:23
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Your topic is too broad. Could you be more specific?

    Originally posted by coquette
    Yes, certainly.
    That's too specific. Can you be more vague?
  6. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    10 Nov '15 20:54
    Originally posted by moonbus
    That's too specific. Can you be more vague?
    Yes and no.
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    10 Nov '15 21:01
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Yes and no.
    Hey sup Randolph Gandolph?
  8. Subscribercoquette
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    10 Nov '15 22:45
    Originally posted by moonbus
    That's too specific. Can you be more vague?
    Possibly, it seems like it would be a challenge
  9. Subscribermoonbus
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    11 Nov '15 04:52
    Originally posted by moonbus
    That's too specific. Can you be more vague?

    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Yes and no.
    Oh, that's much better. Thanks.

    Or is it? Hang on, I'm losing the thread here.
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    11 Nov '15 19:54
    Originally posted by moonbus
    Oh, that's much better. Thanks.

    Or is it? Hang on, I'm losing the thread here.
    Tie a big knot at one end so as not to slip through the eye.
  11. Subscribercoquette
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    21 Nov '15 19:36
    One can only hope.

    Two can collaborate.

    Three can start a trend.

    Four can begin to add nuance and complexity.

    Five makes a substantive community.

    Six reaches a critical mass to start a natural yet unpleasant social environment that facilitates the seminal formation of cliques and parsing.

    Seven is the critical number that will lead to the formation of subgroups and splits into different camps.

    Eight is nearly indistinguishable from seven, except for being vulnerable to two equally sized groups, or sects, or camps, which leads to an impasse and intransigence. Ultimately, a super majority must form. Eight will never hold the common ground with a singular self interest.

    Nine .. . . the largest digit . . . . a number so profound that it starts to exceed the scope of immediate conception. Is it really nine, or two groups of four and five, or three equal groupings of three, three, and three? Alas, it might even potentially be an eight and one, except, of course, that eight is non-sustainable (see above). Nine is at the crest of something much larger . . . 10!
  12. SubscriberPonderable
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    26 Nov '15 15:24
    Originally posted by coquette
    One can only hope.

    Two can collaborate.

    Three can start a trend.

    Four can begin to add nuance and complexity.

    Five makes a substantive community.

    Six reaches a critical mass to start a natural yet unpleasant social environment that facilitates the seminal formation of cliques and parsing.

    Seven is the critical number that will lead to the ...[text shortened]... at eight is non-sustainable (see above). Nine is at the crest of something much larger . . . 10!
    I am pleased to announce:

    If you Count heaxdecimal you have more single Digit numbers than in the decimal System!
  13. Subscribercoquette
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    16 Jan '16 03:06
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    I am pleased to announce:

    If you Count heaxdecimal you have more single Digit numbers than in the decimal System!
    I hadn't thought of that - impressive
  14. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    17 Jan '16 16:33
    Originally posted by coquette
    I hadn't thought of that - impressive
    Never underestimate Ponderable.
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