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Brett, continuing to post stuff just to see the reactions you get will soon garner you a reputation you might prefer not to have.
My ex-cat was named "Muffin". "Vomit" would be a better name for her. AKA "The Evil Ball of Fur".
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...Did someone just cry wolf? Amen, Chessman!
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Well I guess that is what I was trying to say. Maybe I should have said it nicer as the rest of you did. My angry lecture only resulted in an angry defence. In the spirit of the holidays and good will.. enjoy this funny lesson on how silly we look when we let our tempers get the best of us. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7422706314303580531

Best,

Tim
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Chessman and Skip,
As stated before in this thread I never have done this before. It was a one time only sort of thing...a social experiment if you will.

It was a sham...get over it.

If you are still upset by it, I recomend counciling.




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Personally, I'm not upset in the least. Not at all. I simply take your posts less seriously than I did before. No problem here.
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On 2006-12-26 11:29, Freak Prodigy wrote:
I never insulted Steve...I actually mentioned that what he did was polite.

I also don't find it as a waste of time, people were able to share their feeling on a touchy subject without their post being deleted.

What flame was I trying to fuel?

And please Timothy don't call me your friend if you are going to be sarcastic about it.


Brett.


Wasn't that one of the rules of the Café? Not to talk about religion or political views? So why are you trying to stir up a fight between fellow magicians for your own amusement? As far as Steve doing it, doesn't he run this site and pretty much have the right to say and do anything on here? Here I posted the rule since you obviously didn't care to read them.

Religion or Politics:

Though we do have an area for discussing subjects other than magic, the discussing of Religion (other then a real application as it relates to a magical effect Example: Gospel Magic) is strictly Prohibited. The subject is simply too subjective, and more often then not leads to emotional responses and a lot of hurt feelings and/or resentment.

Because the Café has a worldwide membership, Politics is another area that is best not tackled here. We are, after all, a magic website. The non-magic area is there for the discussion of lighter subjects, such as movies, best selling novels, etc.

Postings that do not comply will be removed with no reason given. No exceptions"
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Then should I say
"God Bless America" ?????
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Freaky..Respecting other peoples religion..where you been for the last few years?
There are quite a few people who don't respect the Christian faith even when they are living in a Christian country ..come over hjre and find out. we are trying to get rid of all the PC nonsense son.

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On 2006-12-27 13:36, Freak Prodigy wrote:
...It was a sham...get over it.


Brett, you have revealed more about yourself with those seven words than you may ever realize.
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Hkwiles,
Call me son again and I might just ask "Where is all of my child support, Dad?"



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I dunno I enjoyed the debate actually.Im just happy Brett was not expressing his true opinions on his original post..He would of gotten a good shin kicking.Im certainly not going to look negatively on him because of this.A social experiment but as Im sure he knows its always best to post your true feelings on such things Smile

Hope you all had a good Christmas!
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On 2006-12-27 13:36, Freak Prodigy wrote:
Chessman and Skip,
As stated before in this thread I never have done this before. It was a one time only sort of thing...a social experiment if you will.

It was a sham...get over it.

If you are still upset by it, I recomend counciling.

Thanks,
Brett.


Brett, you seem to be the only one posting who cannot get over it. You have simply been offered advice, which you reacted to in a very immature manner. I hope you learn - you probably will, eventually. In the meantime, remember that poorly veiled insults hit home much better if you use spell check.
My ex-cat was named "Muffin". "Vomit" would be a better name for her. AKA "The Evil Ball of Fur".
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Being defensive and immature are two(2)different things.

The "advice" I was offered was done so in a sarcastic manner, or at least I felt like it was.

Speaking of advice, thanks for the spell check idea.




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Maybe that explains it Brett !
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On 2006-12-28 03:31, Freak Prodigy wrote:
Being defensive and immature are two(2)different things.

The "advice" I was offered was done so in a sarcastic manner, or at least I felt like it was.

Speaking of advice, thanks for the spell check idea.

Brett.


You are welcome! :^)
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Since it's Steve's board, he can pretty much promote whatever holiday he likes. As far as I know we have no establishment clause that guarantees separation of Church and Steve.
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Good grief. Is this still going on? Seems to lend credence to the experiment after all. By the way, I seem to have read somewhere and to paraphrase...Let he who is without such and such cast the first this and that...or when an appology is given...about 300 posts ago..."Take it or leave it but don't beat it."

Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and will have a happy New Year ahead. Smile
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Thanks Doug,

My wife and I had a very good Christmas.

We're looking forward to the most important Christian festival now. Till then, happy Easter.
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It'd be that your mistakes would be your own"
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On 2006-12-28 15:46, Doug Higley wrote:

Hope everyone ... will have a happy New Year ahead. Smile

"Happy New Year" he says. Given the timing, I have to assume you are referring to the "New Year" starting January 1.

But, you know, not everyone celebrates in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. What about those who follow the Julian or Solar calendars?

:)
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Happy Easter indeed! The poor guy just got born and the resurection is on the horizon already! But in all deep seriousness Easter is a great time for me to forget about the weight and devour CHOCOLATE! Still a kid after all these years.
:)

Are there Chocolate Bunnies in the UK? If not, I'll cancel the trip I was always going to take. Smile

Julian, Solar Chinese (February) what ever! A year is a year.
I prefer Chinese new years my self. We get to se the Lion Dancers at the restaurant. Woo hoo!
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