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  1. Stargazing
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    03 Jul '13 18:14
    divegeester is not an upper-casian word demanding capitalisation of the D. It is more a personal pro-noun, indicative of a social association but also a descriptor.

    What are you?
  2. SubscriberPonderableonline
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    03 Jul '13 18:21
    Ponderable is capitalized since names are.. does that make me a conformist?
  3. Stargazing
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    03 Jul '13 18:31
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    Ponderable is capitalized since names are.. does that make me a conformist?
    Yes with a capital P
  4. Joined
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    03 Jul '13 19:45
    Originally posted by divegeester
    divegeester is not an upper-casian word demanding capitalisation of the D. It is more a personal pro-noun, indicative of a social association but also a descriptor.

    What are you?
    Great.
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    03 Jul '13 20:09
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Great.
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  6. Dublin Ireland
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    03 Jul '13 21:06
    Originally posted by divegeester
    divegeester is not an upper-casian word demanding capitalisation of the D. It is more a personal pro-noun, indicative of a social association but also a descriptor.

    What are you?
    My name started as a joke
    because my 2 daughters wanted
    me to go on facebook. I refused
    to do so under my real name.

    Johnny Longwoody was the handle I came up with.

    I have since gone on to facebook under my real name
    because my eldest daughter refused to speak to me
    using this name.

    I have several E mail addresses. Johnny Longwoody is one of them.
  7. Standard memberapathist
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    western colorado
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    03 Jul '13 22:17
    My handle is not capitalized because, well, I just don't care.
  8. New Braunfels, Texas
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    03 Jul '13 23:26
    MontyMoose uses capitals because it is a proper name. The space is missing because when I signed up I was not sure if RHP would allow spaces. 😳
  9. SubscriberKewpie
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    04 Jul '13 01:28
    Kewpie was a brand name, although she's occasionally lowercased by people who don't remember that.
  10. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    04 Jul '13 01:32
    Originally posted by divegeester
    divegeester is not an upper-casian word demanding capitalisation of the D. It is more a personal pro-noun, indicative of a social association but also a descriptor.

    What are you?
    What the heck planet are you from and what do they smoke there?
    Damn hippy 😞
  11. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    04 Jul '13 01:33
    Chess Praxis is a book, ChessPraxis is a chess player.
  12. New Braunfels, Texas
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    04 Jul '13 01:59
    Originally posted by ChessPraxis
    ...Chess Praxis is a book, ChessPraxis is a chess player...
    And 1860 rating is real nice my good friend, but Nimzowitsch would mop the board with both of us combined. 😛
  13. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    04 Jul '13 02:04
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    And 1860 rating is real nice my good friend, but Nimzowitsch would mop the board with both of us combined. 😛
    Not true, Nimz would time out. 😕
  14. Dublin Ireland
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    04 Jul '13 12:10
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    Kewpie was a brand name, although she's occasionally lowercased by people who don't remember that.
    KEWPIE'S is the name of a fabulous restaurant in Calcutta India.
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    04 Jul '13 13:03
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    KEWPIE'S is the name of a fabulous restaurant in Calcutta India.
    On a recent visit home one of our sons (who lives in Japan) brought home some Kewpie Mayonnaise which apparently, according to him, is very popular there.
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