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  1. Madeline Blackbart wrote: Forum archive. There you go. We can all move a long now. Move a long what? ETA: Difficult to find them, eh? In the middle of the right column on the side of the GD thread listings page. He must have forgotten they were there. Or perhaps he had a feeling they weren't there . . .
  2. I used to live on the West Coast. A couple of miles south of Haverfordwest.
  3. Celestiall Nightfire wrote: you're just being snide and insulting for no good reason. And not doing a very good job of it either! ETA: I do offer lessons, but she probably couldn't afford them
  4. Keli Kyrie wrote: Venus Petrov wrote: <imgine black colored button here with "I don't care" on it> I can imagine that.... Did you crash your car into a bridge, Keli?
  5. This is how I usually feel in the forums And this is how I think I am perceived by others:
  6. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Crack Den is about as mature as you can get. When that gang of kids swarms you attacking , it is terrifying. Yeah, it must be very worrying trying to AR all of them for being in an inappropriately violent drug-laden environment. ETA: I did laugh at the risible use of the epithet "mature".
  7. Yeaah, this is just the thread to resurrect on World Mental Health Day (that's today, October 10th, 2013) ETA: You must be mad to necropost it Ashly.
  8. It appears that there has been coined a new definition of troll: it is "anybody that I perceive as failing to agree with me wholeheartedly, even when I am so unsure of what I think myself that I can not express my thoughts coherently". This of course augments the other, just as inaccurate, definition: "anybody who points out my inadequacies in a way that humiliates me, particularly when I repeatedly continue to demonstrate those very deficiencies". ETA: Please don't ask to borrow my mirror; a refusal often offends, and I need it to admire myself.
  9. As the video says, when they released the track in the States, they changed "chip shop" in the lyrics to "truck stop" to mitigate American confusion. I am not sure if Scouting For Girls ever made it across the Atlantic though.
  10. Perhaps you might spend your time more beneficially learning another language, Orca. English, perhaps.
  11. Dillon Levenque wrote: Wow! I just witnessed an amazingly dumb necro-post but before I could even comment—it got pulled! It's as if it never happened. I'm really glad I was here to see that :-). I can still see your post Dillon.
  12. My recent experience with teachers suggests that not only are they likely to be ignorant of such grammatical niceties, but that they would also try to argue that they were unimportant.
  13. Orca Flotta wrote: The Germanic unions do little to protect their workers from their employers; they operate to protect a closed shop, rather like the Guilds you mention. They are failing, of course, as the rapid reduction in the reduction in the unionised proportion of the workforce demonstrates - it was down to less than 20% by 2010. Not completely true. Unions are there in the fisrt place to negotiate fair wages and protection for their members. Once the tarif contract is done everybody in the business will gain from it, not only the members. In that regard they are completely diffe
  14. Bree Giffen wrote: When the guy started singing in elvish I had to laugh. I thought elvish was dead?
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