Stop with the tomes already!

  • DesireIron

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    Mar 09, 2012 4:47 PM GMT
    JESUS! Didn't you guys get enough essay writing in your childhoods!!!
  • kew1

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    Mar 09, 2012 4:50 PM GMT
    DesireIron saidJESUS! Didn't you guys get enough essay writing in your childhoods!!!



    tl;dr
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    Mar 09, 2012 4:52 PM GMT
    kew1 said
    DesireIron saidJESUS! Didn't you guys get enough essay writing in your childhoods!!!



    tl;dr

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    Mar 09, 2012 4:59 PM GMT
    Perhaps I did, but then it's likely that I didn't and so it's probably a good idea to consider that if I had but needed to practise to keep my skills up this would be a good place. On the other hand and speaking of other hands I have two. Bill does as well as so that makes four when you count them up. It could be writing short replies doesn't completely convey all the aspects of what a person is trying to say so it's probably necessary to explain all the angles of what a person is trying to say so that it gets properly said and others can understand the multiple levels of comprehension the poster is capable of and that makes it easier for others to respect the intelligence of said poster. If we didn't do this in such detailed fashion the poster's intent might be misconstrued and thus an acrimonial flamewar ensue that fills pages of a topic with endless but intensely valuable rhetoric. Of course there is something to be said about conciseness and brevity in a post but perhaps that only increases a post count on a profile and is not indicative of the intellectual depth of the poster and just indicates said poster has many one-liners they like to post with. But does that really mean the brief poster is not bright or worthy of RJ online exchanges?
    In closing I would like to add that tomes read quickly can look like tones, which would be a musical inference and though unlikely, it is possible someone could take a series of posts and use them as lyrics to a song. The song could be something classical or maybe an existing opera where each participant could have lyrics from an individual post and thus become a flame war opera which would be amusing although scandalous depending on the posts' contents that were being sung.

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  • DesireIron

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    Mar 09, 2012 5:04 PM GMT
    meninlove said Perhaps I did, but then it's likely that I didn't and so it's probably a good idea to consider that if I had but needed to practise to keep my skills up this would be a good place. On the other hand and speaking of other hands I have two. Bill does as well as so that makes four when you count them up. It could be writing short replies doesn't completely convey all the aspects of what a person is trying to say so it's probably necessary to explain all the angles of what a person is trying to say so that it gets properly said and others can understand the multiple levels of comprehension the poster is capable of and that makes it easier for others to respect the intelligence of said poster. If we didn't do this in such detailed fashion the poster's intent might be misconstrued and thus an acrimonial flamewar ensue that fills pages of a topic with endless but intensely valuable rhetoric. Of course there is something to be said about conciseness and brevity in a post but perhaps that only increases a post count on a profile and is not indicative of the intellectual depth of the poster and just indicates said poster has many one-liners they like to post with. But does that really mean the brief poster is not bright or worthy of RJ online exchanges?
    In closing I would like to add that tomes read quickly can look like tones, which would be a musical inference and though unlikely, it is possible someone could take a series of posts and use them as lyrics to a song. The song could be something classical or maybe an existing opera where each participant could have lyrics from an individual post and thus become a flame war opera which would be amusing although scandalous depending on the posts' contents that were being sung.

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    Canadian humor is obvious.

    Stick to moose tipping.
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    Mar 09, 2012 5:06 PM GMT
    We don't tip our meese. They make poor waiters. Antlers are a hazard at a crowded table.

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    Mar 09, 2012 5:17 PM GMT
    meninlove said to long...did read.



    ROTFLMAS...pressing my med-alert now.
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    Mar 09, 2012 5:23 PM GMT
    dustin_K_tx said


    ROTFLMAS...pressing my med-alert now.



    Too short; dr.

    Can you explain this in 6,000 words or more?