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Old 07-28-2006, 03:04 PM   #85
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ps...that cow thing laughing was hysterectomy....
Someone actually looked up "malapropism"
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Old 07-28-2006, 05:39 PM   #86
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Uh Oh Leefields

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what wine would you serve with a spam dinner....rainy day, with fan on...to your native american guests...your choice of entertainment could be bruce willis, benny hill, or monty python....

also who does the dishes...i would vote for the neighbors neice....but likely would end up doing them myself...

back to wine...a red...white...full flavor...east coast or west coast...a private lable or plant lable...

ps...that cow thing laughing was hysterectomy....
The way you wrapped it all up has made it start to make sense, maybe even sound logical. Are you a mediator or negotiator or something?

Wait! This just made me think of something On another post there is talk about the Cape Horn to Cairo caravan in 2009. All that coordinating they are trying to do reminded me of early Americans going out West on wagon trains. Since some ASers are unsure of the security in Africa, maybe we could follow some of the early pioneer wagon trails in our AS here in the US instead. I have not researched that yet, but are there some actual routes that could be done in AS? To me that would be interesting to see the lands they crossed, to learn of the battles, to honor theirs and the native Americans' struggles.

Boy did I just hijack the thread or what??
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Old 07-28-2006, 06:53 PM   #87
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The Monty Python Spam Sketch spam!
allrighty roger...
you may have used them dots afore me...
but i uses the spam skit b4u!
and from memory 2!
right here...
so there!

http://www.airforums.com/forums/199237-post4.html
ok, so who can find the whole thread for the post above /\ ?
if you do find it PLEASE do not bump it with a response!!! oh nohhhhhh!

and as for hijacking...
real hijacking...
nasty hijacking....
computer hijacking...
we had a very elaborate exchange on just this issue...
here....

http://www.airforums.com/forum...ghlight=norton

please read this whole thread before responding...
it is a requirement, it is really...

and by the way,
i've not been back
to them questionable web sites
since the thread in question started
i've received no more strange norton messages either!

coincidence? i don't think so!
fact or fiction? yes!
i rest my vase...

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Old 07-28-2006, 08:11 PM   #88
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Speaking about the hula..I learned how to do that!..even taught classes.can you hula anyone out there?..
You do not put a post on like this with out a picture of yourself doing the hula! Come on folks this is our newsletter editor don't you think this picture needs to be on page one?
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:34 AM   #92
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I hope this is posted at the end because I didn't have time to read 7 pages and the thought has likely changed. The original poster Zep I think has a good point.
Always refer to the original post. Quote somebody's post in its entirety unless you are looking for self gratification and trying to pass it on to others. It's ok to pick it apart but always give the original poster credit for his or her ENTIRE thought, right or wrong.
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:00 AM   #93
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Always refer to the original post. Quote somebody's post in its entirety unless you are looking for self gratification and trying to pass it on to others. It's ok to pick it apart but always give the original poster credit for his or her ENTIRE thought, right or wrong.
I passed a kidney stone once. I never passed it on to someone else though.
Come to think of it, I never passed that kidney stone again....
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Old 07-31-2006, 02:51 AM   #94
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Thanks

Thanks for the hula smilie and the other one too, I can picture them animated. Those are clever.

On a more serious note Overlander:

"Always refer to the original post. Quote somebody's post in its entirety unless you are looking for self gratification..."

I usually cut the quote short for the sake of brevity, never to be rude. Am I wrong to think that people don't want to read the whole post over and over?

Also, the great part of this thread is that people can purposefully choose to hijack it and I think it has shown good humor. It lightened up right away and keeps getting, well, if not better at least more interesting. And I think engaging. If we have this one thread to goof around with, then we'll behave elsewhere, promise. Maybe.
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I hate rules, OK, but every once in a while, one occurs to me.

In order to reduce thread hijacking, I suggest that all posts must include at least some content relating to the original thread topic. Posts containing only wisecracks, flames, flame responses, tangents, etc. not allowed--go start your own durn thread! I mean, let's face it, there's way too much fun and oblique thinking going on around here! Some members want questions answered, projects documented, and boondocking locations publicized!

Humor and social threads excepted, of course.

This should apply to members with [choose one] (1) fewer than 3 rivets, (2) more than 2 rivets, (3) everybody, (4) not Rivet Masters, (5) those who haven't gotten their AIR stickers, ....
I think Randy's post had his tongue stuck so far in his cheek, I could see the end of it in his ear...
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Old 07-31-2006, 06:25 AM   #96
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I assume that every one of you nuts has gotten their AIR stickers...

btw, thanks for all the input. I'm making a killing adding descriptions to the American Standard for Psychological Disorders, mostly in the area of adult Attention Deficit Disorder.
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Not to continue the hijacking (), but how is the AIR sticker campaign going? I wonder how many of our 15000 membership have contributed to the forum? No names needed, of course, just numbers might be interesting and encouraging to others to want to join in. If this is judged to not be appropriate, just ignore the suggestion! ~G
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Quote somebody's post in its entirety unless you are looking for self gratification and trying to pass it on to others. It's ok to pick it apart but always give the original poster credit for his or her ENTIRE thought, right or wrong.
Wrong! Please do not quote entire huge posts, especially when you are adding a one- or two-liner response to a small section of that post. It is much more effective to quote only relevant parts so that the reply has context.

As a moderator, I often truncate the quoted portions of posts that have huge quotes and small replies.

That said, please do not truncate quotes to distort the intent of the original poster.
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