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Postby Master Gunner » 28 May 2008, 02:45

Go for it, I'd love to see it Allen!
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Postby CyberTractor » 28 May 2008, 02:56

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Postby Cake » 28 May 2008, 03:00

Allen! wrote:I swear to god that if I see another brand of 'Ask YOUR NAME HERE', I will freak out, take a video camera, go out into the city, and ask people random questions from the forums. Then I will heartily DEMAND that it be hosted on the site.

Alex and Kathleen are enough. No moar.

Quit being emo about it.
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Postby Alex Steacy » 28 May 2008, 11:03

No no, I think Kathleen and I are more than enough.

See, we're like Coke and Pepsi. Similar, but different.
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Postby Vaughn » 28 May 2008, 11:15

Allen! wrote:I swear to god that if I see another brand of 'Ask YOUR NAME HERE', I will freak out, take a video camera, go out into the city, and ask people random questions from the forums. Then I will heartily DEMAND that it be hosted on the site.

Alex and Kathleen are enough. No moar.

Alex! do that for Ask an Alex 3!
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Postby Alja-Markir » 28 May 2008, 13:20

Alex Steacy wrote:No no, I think Kathleen and I are more than enough.

See, we're like Coke and Pepsi. Similar, but different.


Does that mean Allen has unbridled rage for Jones Soda?

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Postby tak197 » 28 May 2008, 13:58

Vaughn wrote:
Allen! wrote:I swear to god that if I see another brand of 'Ask YOUR NAME HERE', I will freak out, take a video camera, go out into the city, and ask people random questions from the forums. Then I will heartily DEMAND that it be hosted on the site.

Alex and Kathleen are enough. No moar.

Alex! do that for Ask an Alex 3!


I was gonna say that, though you are being a bit overdramatic about it, Allen!, you may have a good video idea here. I mean think about the laughs you could get.
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Postby Dominic Appleguard » 28 May 2008, 14:05

tak197 wrote:
Vaughn wrote:
Allen! wrote:I swear to god that if I see another brand of 'Ask YOUR NAME HERE', I will freak out, take a video camera, go out into the city, and ask people random questions from the forums. Then I will heartily DEMAND that it be hosted on the site.

Alex and Kathleen are enough. No moar.

Alex! do that for Ask an Alex 3!


I was gonna say that, though you are being a bit overdramatic about it, Allen!, you may have a good video idea here. I mean think about the laughs you could get.


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Postby Melendwyr » 28 May 2008, 14:11

Dominic Appleguard wrote:"So, why do you like Abraham Lincoln so much?"
"I didn't say that. I've never met you before, who are you?"
"Interesting."


And then, the weird psychology question...
"...so he turns to me, and he says 'Why so serious?' He puts the blade in my mouth, and says 'Why so serious?
Let's put a smile on that face!
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Postby Cake » 30 May 2008, 03:59

WTB AAA 02
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Postby Darkobra » 05 Jun 2008, 02:44

Alex Steacy wrote:No no, I think Kathleen and I are more than enough.

See, we're like Coke and Pepsi. Similar, but different.


One of you is addicting, while the other is quite watery? I'll let you decide who's who in the sacred arts of MORTAL KOMBAT!
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Postby Alex Steacy » 05 Jun 2008, 11:04

Darkobra wrote:
Alex Steacy wrote:No no, I think Kathleen and I are more than enough.

See, we're like Coke and Pepsi. Similar, but different.


One of you is addicting, while the other is quite watery? I'll let you decide who's who in the sacred arts of MORTAL KOMBAT!


I hate to bust out the sieg heil on you here, but "addicting" is not a real word. "addictive" is. Its just one of those things that really grates on my nerves on the internet.

That and people who say they can't breath properly. It's "breathe".

Grr.
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Postby Dominic Appleguard » 05 Jun 2008, 12:22

Alex Steacy wrote:I hate to bust out the sieg heil on you here, but "addicting" is not a real word. "addictive" is. Its just one of those things that really grates on my nerves on the internet.

Would anybody actually GO to "AddictiveGames" or "Googol"?
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Postby tak197 » 05 Jun 2008, 14:39

Oh my god, we totally need to write up a list of weird psychology questions for Alex to ask random passers-by.
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Postby Alex Steacy » 05 Jun 2008, 20:04

Dominic Appleguard wrote:Would anybody actually GO to "AddictiveGames" or "Googol"?


So language should be based on what's popular or marketable? Let's make ebonics a college-level course while we're at it.
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Postby Cake » 05 Jun 2008, 20:21

Alex Steacy wrote:I hate to bust out the sieg heil on you here, but "addicting" is not a real word. "addictive" is. Its just one of those things that really grates on my nerves on the internet.

ad·dict (-dkt)
tr.v. ad·dict·ed, ad·dict·ing, ad·dicts
1. To cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance: The thief was addicted to cocaine.
2. To occupy (oneself) with or involve (oneself) in something habitually or compulsively: The child was addicted to video games.
n. (dkt)
1. One who is addicted, as to narcotics or a compulsive activity.
2. A devoted adherent; a fan: "We are all . . . addicts of change" Christopher Lasch.

The dictionary says addicting is a word.
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Postby Alex Steacy » 05 Jun 2008, 20:45

Cake wrote:The dictionary says addicting is a word.


Ah, then I was in error. What I think I meant was that it was misused. "Addicting" is used in place of "Addictive" a lot on the internets.
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Postby Cake » 05 Jun 2008, 21:49

Agreed.
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Postby Dominic Appleguard » 06 Jun 2008, 12:06

Alex Steacy wrote:So language should be based on what's popular or marketable? Let's make ebonics a college-level course while we're at it.

"Should"? Hell, no. "Is", yes. I'll be the first to oppose it in all its forms. I adore the English language, and to see it misused gives me the same feeling an animal lover gets to see bears playing hockey and riding unicycles.
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Postby Zivlok » 19 Mar 2009, 13:16

I find the question (and subsequent answer) about Paul highly amusing now. :lol:

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