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Griffin Ceawlin

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  1. Oh, look. It's the 4 Year Anniversary of the last reply to this thread before yours. You get a special prize.
  2. "So putting out buoys that all avatars are alloed to use, and then shaking your finger at a child avatar, simply for wanting to fish, seems a bit asinine and callous on the part of the buoy owner." You can walk into a bar IRL and drink soda, eat popcorn, and play video games. Is that "asinine" and "callous" on the part of the bar owner? You can walk into a sex shop IRL and buy candy. Is that "asinine" and "callous" on the part of the shop owner? "Are you going to si there and tell me that you kno for a fact your parents NEVER had sex with you at home as a child? Not once? Not EVER EVER EV
  3. http://slnamewatch.com/ http://slnamewatch.com/?action=list_records&status_filter=heritage&sort_order=DESC&order_by=usage_count
  4. Baggage is highly desirable in a prospective partner... :smileylol:
  5. xAmeIiax wrote: I quite enjoyed the place, ... I guess that's a good thing, since you're management there. (I'm not positive, but I think this sub-forum is for people to share destinations that they like and NOT for people to SPAM destinations that they hope to make a profit from.)
  6. Phil Deakins wrote: I'm in brown. Griffin Ceawlin wrote: You seem to have forgotten that my reply was not addressed to the OP, Phil. Read back. What I replied to indicated that you were thinking that the OP wanted to know who the creator is. Read back What? I did suggest to the person who wanted to know how the OP could have possibly known who the creator of the gacha re-sale item was that they could use Google (never mind that the Marketplace store name is not only in the item listing name but in the graphic that the re-seller lifted from the creator). I further suggested that the O
  7. Phil Deakins wrote: I thought you'd stopped posting in this thread lol. Oh? Did I say that I wouldn't be back, Phil? You seem to have forgotten the OP's question. S/he wanted to know the prim count, not the creator. You seem to have forgotten that my reply was not addressed to the OP, Phil. Read back. I wouldn't have thought of using a search engine to find the prim count of anything. Yeah, we've covered that. The reason I said not to be so hard on the OP was because you posted that you'd found the answer but you specifically refused to post it " on principle". I think aski
  8. A brief timeline for anyone just joining us who decides to skip ahead to the end of the thread here: I did suggest to the person who wanted to know how the OP could have possibly known who the creator of the gacha re-sale item was that they could use Google (never mind that the Marketplace store name is not only in the item listing name but in the graphic that the re-seller lifted from the creator). I further suggested that the OP could have found the answer to their own question, also by using Google. You, Phil, said that you never would have thought of searching for the answer using a sear
  9. Well, that would just be a dick move on his part, wouldn't it?
  10. Yeah, so this is happening again. Someone notices that they misspelled a word and goes back and edits it? I get an email. They then notice that they left out a period? Email. Decides to add some more whinge? Email. Decides to add even more whinge? Email. Thinks they should go back and run a spell check? Email. Example:  These are emails I received for ONE post from the same person, edited 13 times in just under a half hour after the original was posted. Can you please fix this (again), LL? Thanks so much.
  11. Ya know what, Phil. I won't take up any more space in this thread than to say: I don't give a **bleep** what you think, so go **bleep** yourself.
  12. Perrie Juran wrote: I too have been chastised for refusing to answer a question for someone and suggesting that they use Google. But we can't always expect everyone to be as smart as us. Such is life on the Interwebs. Ain't it the truth. But on the other hand I do find the graphics you linked to a bit condescending. I usually reserve such things for total idiots. So do I. Hence. But that is just my Rum induced opinion at the moment. Normally I drink Bourbon but I was gifted a bottle of this poison. Oh, rum isn't that bad. As long as it's in a Long Island Iced Tea.
  13. BTW. Thanks, Phil, for making this (HOT!) topic all about me.
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