FLM films - My Webpage

2000-07-11 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > post on categories will appear over the next > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > what they were last year... > > YAY!!! Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an award.

2000-07-11 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:a9Sa5.14805$451.556541@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message > news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > what they were last year... > > > > YAY!!! > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > award. I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > > >

2000-07-11 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <FfRa5.8347$%wF2.123470303@news.randori.com>, "Wavemaker" says... > > >"Citizen G'Kar" wrote: >> IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that time. >A >> further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, as >> soon as I can remember what they were last year... > >I have to be honest and say that I'm not comfortable with this. The idea of >voting for the best poster in this or that category or saying that out of >all the people here this person is the one you would most like to meet >smacks of favoritism in my opinion. It seems unfair and cliquish. I didn't >say anything last year when this was done, but I did abstain from voting. I guess I can respect this. Tho I understand that this contest isn't really meant to be mean to anyone, I don't know that I feel comfortable about choosing who is better than who and whatnot. Might hurt people's feelings. No offense NG, but I'm backing out too.

2000-07-11 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <FfRa5.8347$%wF2.123470303@news.randori.com>, "Wavemaker" says... > > >"Citizen G'Kar" wrote: >> IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that time. >A >> further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, as >> soon as I can remember what they were last year... > >I have to be honest and say that I'm not comfortable with this. The idea of >voting for the best poster in this or that category or saying that out of >all the people here this person is the one you would most like to meet >smacks of favoritism in my opinion. It seems unfair and cliquish. I didn't >say anything last year when this was done, but I did abstain from voting. I have to strongly agree here. I was uncomfortable with it last year (and I even won something!)but I don't think it's necessary to continue this. It's not fair to newbies or people who aren't quite new but haven't been here long enough to establish themselves in the "limelight" yet, etc. It does end up being cliqueish. There is also the very real possibility that some people might feel left out who are not nominated or who don't win. Like I said, even tho I participated last year, I confess it made me quite uncomfortable and I actually felt embarrassed with the award. I'm sure your intentions are all in good fun, GK, but please reconsider.

2000-07-11 00:00:00 - The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk>)


IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that time. A further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, as soon as I can remember what they were last year... -- -- "Oh, go away. Repress someone else." http://www.onelist.com/group/CouroPrido This month's guest quote: "Do unto others now what they're still thinking about..." (George Cowley)

2000-07-11 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Wavemaker <wavemaker@my-deja.com>)


"Citizen G'Kar" wrote: > IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that time. A > further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, as > soon as I can remember what they were last year... I have to be honest and say that I'm not comfortable with this. The idea of voting for the best poster in this or that category or saying that out of all the people here this person is the one you would most like to meet smacks of favoritism in my opinion. It seems unfair and cliquish. I didn't say anything last year when this was done, but I did abstain from voting.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm sure the next > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things up in a more > acceptable way. Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass this week?" contest. I guess the trolls won in the end. Ta' -engaging lurk-

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


My two cents here for what it is worth. I wasn't around last summer, and I think I know what you guys are all trying to do. Bring back the fun and the spirit that was here then. I think that in of itself - not the awards persay - but the idea behind it is wonderful We have all been through a lot in our personal lives and this newsgroup has been through hell and back on the past six-seven months or so. Maybe it is time we all remembered that we are a community of friends and that we do come here for companion and for fun. Let's forget all the bad stuff, the past crapfests and flamewars, the trolls and all and have a big party!!!!!!!! Okay - I am tired and off my rocker. But hey - you can't blame a girl for trying! I will even wear my dress from the now defunct Fredrick's of Hollywood if it would help spice up things! Mic

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:Dqbb5.207$jS4.57635@feed.centuryinter.net... > Let's forget all the bad stuff, the past crapfests and flamewars, the trolls > and all and have a big party!!!!!!!! > No, we cant. That may be cliqueish.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:zo9b5.1094$PI1.64875@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm > sure the next > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things > up in a more > > acceptable way. > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > this week?" contest. Well, let's do something to change that! Last year the Appeal of Tom Paris thread produced lost of interesting facts about some of the ladies here - or so I hear... Jules, Starfish, Shammie, Allie ... <eg>. I say time about for the guys! > > I guess the trolls won in the end. No - no - no - no...... > > Ta' > -engaging lurk- NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You have to at least answer my next question..... Mic > > >

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! <veg> Mic

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:6sbb5.1374$PI1.102520@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:Dqbb5.207$jS4.57635@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Let's forget all the bad stuff, the past crapfests and > flamewars, the trolls > > and all and have a big party!!!!!!!! > > > > No, we cant. That may be cliqueish. :-PPPPPPPPP > > > >

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mr_Heavyfoot <mr_heavyfoot_kithNOmrSPAM@mailcity.com.invalid>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: >Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the >guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > ><veg> >Mic > > > > Not sure why I'm replying to this one, but... S P O I L E R S P A C E F O R N O R E A S O N W H A T S O E V E R briefs RH TheSiskoIsOfBajor "I am crushing your heads."-Mark McKinney ----------------------------------------------------------- Got questions? Get answers over the phone at Keen.com. Up to 100 minutes free! http://www.keen.com

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <01bfec4c$adaf9c20$LocalHost@lgwujvnl>, "Citizen says... We >> just care about others and fairness. > >It's just that after several months of troll invasions, when one tries to >sequelise a popular thread that people liked last year, suddenly one's >accused of promoting unfairness and insults. (By people who were happy with >it before) My tone was never meant to be accusatory. I'm sorry if it came off that way. I simply tried to express how I personally felt about it. >It's a bit like President Blair's plan to ban Musical Chairs because it >encourages kids to fight for the chairs. I hated musical chairs, LOL!! >And also I'm pissed off at myself for having forgotten what all the >categories were anyway. You can always make up new ones. >Oh, on an unrelated topic, Lesley finally had time to view the other tape, >and will probably mail you her comments sometime this week. (she liked it - >I think it was stuff she already knew, but doing it along with the tape >makes it easier). How weird, I was just thinking of her yesterday!! I have another more advanced one I can send her if that one was too easy. >That sounds terribly pervy... (says a bearded guy who just played Servalan >at Nexus...) thud?

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk>)


Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com> wrote > Wave, Allie and I simply responded in a polite and sincere way as to why we > objected. I thought we had some good points and the underlying theme of why we > didn't like it was so that nobody would feel bad or get left out. I don't > understand your severe reaction. And we are not killjoys, not any one of us. We > just care about others and fairness. It's just that after several months of troll invasions, when one tries to sequelise a popular thread that people liked last year, suddenly one's accused of promoting unfairness and insults. (By people who were happy with it before) It's a bit like President Blair's plan to ban Musical Chairs because it encourages kids to fight for the chairs. And also I'm pissed off at myself for having forgotten what all the categories were anyway. Oh, on an unrelated topic, Lesley finally had time to view the other tape, and will probably mail you her comments sometime this week. (she liked it - I think it was stuff she already knew, but doing it along with the tape makes it easier). That sounds terribly pervy... (says a bearded guy who just played Servalan at Nexus...) -- -- "Oh, go away. Repress someone else." http://www.onelist.com/group/CouroPrido This month's guest quote: "Do unto others now what they're still thinking about..." (George Cowley)

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (arlie88@aol.comNoSpam)


>> Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an award. << You could always try for the Threshold Award. <g> -- Arlie

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Steve Christianson" <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message > X-No-Archive: yes > > LOL! > That and Sexiest Male Poster are open, my dear...<g> Sorry, that's my award. At least, according to some of our female regs. <g> -- * In the service of the Greater AGQx Imperium ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Aardvark <aardvarkboy@hotmail.com>)


"Ta'Teria" wrote: > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > what they were last year... > > > > YAY!!! > > Since I cant get laid any time of the year, I'd screw for an > award. ?!?! Hell man... you pull that off and I'll vote for ya! <veg>

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Steve Christianson" <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message > X-No-Archive: yes > > I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go for > it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt in > the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most Annoying > Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed signals. How about "Most Miserable, Depressed and Lonely Person on the NG"? I'd win that one easy! <g> -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > > message > > > > > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > > > THUD! > > *giggle* > *big smoochie* :) -- * A vessel has been detected. Unimatrix 424 grid 116. Alter course to intercept. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 11 Jul 2000 23:01:49 -0500, "Ta'Teria" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > >Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message >news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... >> Citizen G'Kar wroteded: >> > >> > IIRC we did this over July and August last >> > year, so it's about that time. A further >> > post on categories will appear over the next >> > couple of days, as soon as I can remember >> > what they were last year... >> >> YAY!!! > >Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an >award. > LOL! We'll find something for you... Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Wed, 12 Jul 2000 01:21:16 -0500, "TC" <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote: >"Ta'Teria" wrote... >> >> Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message >> news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... >> > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: >> > > >> > > IIRC we did this over July and August last >> > > year, so it's about that time. A further >> > > post on categories will appear over the next >> > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember >> > > what they were last year... >> > >> > YAY!!! >> >> Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an >> award. > >You could always get the coveted "Fan Most Let Down by Their Favorite >Character" award > LOL! And I get the "most let down by how the writers treat her favorite"-award? >TC <just looking for a silver lining> > Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


"Steve Christianson" <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:396CAAD4.5F91@yahoo.com... > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > Citizen G'Kar wrote: > > > > Strange, considering that it's one of RADW's most popular threads. > > > > I guess sometimes the *is* more of a sense of fun there. > > > > Fine, democracy in actions - fuck it, I can't remember what half the > > categories were anyway, so I may as well let the killjoys win. > > > > No awards this year. > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm sure the next > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things up in a more > > acceptable way. > > > I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go for > it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt in > the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most Annoying > Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed signals. Can I vote for you as Most Subtle Poster of the Year????

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl>, "Citizen says... > >Strange, considering that it's one of RADW's most popular threads. > >I guess sometimes the *is* more of a sense of fun there. > >Fine, democracy in actions - fuck it, I can't remember what half the >categories were anyway, so I may as well let the killjoys win. > >No awards this year. > >Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm sure the next >seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things up in a more >acceptable way. Dood, why are you taking this so goddamn personally? It's nothing against you, just that there are people here unconfortable with it.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl>, "Citizen says... > >Strange, considering that it's one of RADW's most popular threads. > >I guess sometimes the *is* more of a sense of fun there. > >Fine, democracy in actions - fuck it, I can't remember what half the >categories were anyway, so I may as well let the killjoys win. > >No awards this year. > >Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm sure the next >seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things up in a more >acceptable way. Wave, Allie and I simply responded in a polite and sincere way as to why we objected. I thought we had some good points and the underlying theme of why we didn't like it was so that nobody would feel bad or get left out. I don't understand your severe reaction. And we are not killjoys, not any one of us. We just care about others and fairness.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk>)


Strange, considering that it's one of RADW's most popular threads. I guess sometimes the *is* more of a sense of fun there. Fine, democracy in actions - fuck it, I can't remember what half the categories were anyway, so I may as well let the killjoys win. No awards this year. Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm sure the next seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things up in a more acceptable way. Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk> wrote in article <8khcdv$1te$1@plutonium.compulink.co.uk>... > > Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com> wrote > > > I have to strongly agree here. I was uncomfortable with it last year (and > I even > > won something!)but I don't think it's necessary to continue this. It's not > fair > > to newbies or people who aren't quite new but haven't been here long > enough to > > establish themselves in the "limelight" yet, etc. It does end up being > > cliqueish. There is also the very real possibility that some people might > feel > > left out who are not nominated or who don't win. Like I said, even tho I > > participated last year, I confess it made me quite uncomfortable and I > actually > > felt embarrassed with the award. > > I'm sure your intentions are all in good fun, GK, but please reconsider. > > > I have to agree with Wave and Shams on this. I also feel uncomfortable about > what amounts to a popularity contest. I know it is just a bit of fun but > there will always be people that feel upset about not winning anything or > even not getting a mention. I was touched last year by all the nice comments > I got and the nominations but still feel akward about it in general and > particularly about choosing people to vote for. > > Allie > x > > > >

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > Strange, considering that it's one of RADW's most popular threads. > > I guess sometimes the *is* more of a sense of fun there. > > Fine, democracy in actions - fuck it, I can't remember what half the > categories were anyway, so I may as well let the killjoys win. I didn't mean to be a killjoy, I was just saying what I thought. Sorry that it upset you :-( Allie x

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:qLSa5.80$jS4.19520@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:a9Sa5.14805$451.556541@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message > > news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... > > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > > what they were last year... > > > > > > YAY!!! > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > award. > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. I'll vote for that!

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > award. > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > THUD! -- * Your neutrinos are drifting. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:E4Ta5.15211$451.567804@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:qLSa5.80$jS4.19520@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > news:a9Sa5.14805$451.556541@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > > > Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in > message > > > news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... > > > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > > > what they were last year... > > > > > > > > YAY!!! > > > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > > award. > > > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > I'll vote for that! Oooooh - you! I wasn't thinking in that way, but now that you mention it ..... <g>. > > > >

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"Ta'Teria" wrote... > > Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message > news:396BF0C0.D416409D@collegetoday.com... > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > what they were last year... > > > > YAY!!! > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > award. You could always get the coveted "Fan Most Let Down by Their Favorite Character" award TC <just looking for a silver lining>

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:aGTa5.973$%B1.128687@nnrp4.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > > award. > > > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > > > THUD! *giggle*

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com> wrote > I have to strongly agree here. I was uncomfortable with it last year (and I even > won something!)but I don't think it's necessary to continue this. It's not fair > to newbies or people who aren't quite new but haven't been here long enough to > establish themselves in the "limelight" yet, etc. It does end up being > cliqueish. There is also the very real possibility that some people might feel > left out who are not nominated or who don't win. Like I said, even tho I > participated last year, I confess it made me quite uncomfortable and I actually > felt embarrassed with the award. > I'm sure your intentions are all in good fun, GK, but please reconsider. I have to agree with Wave and Shams on this. I also feel uncomfortable about what amounts to a popularity contest. I know it is just a bit of fun but there will always be people that feel upset about not winning anything or even not getting a mention. I was touched last year by all the nice comments I got and the nominations but still feel akward about it in general and particularly about choosing people to vote for. Allie x

2000-07-12 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > year, so it's about that time. A further > post on categories will appear over the next > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > what they were last year... YAY!!!

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com> wrote in message news:86kb5.2878$X52.419475@news3.cableinet.net... > > "Laura" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message > news:j_jb5.1836$Y9.6872@east3.usenetserver.com... > > Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > news:396D8B85.D14@yahoo.com... > > > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Steve Christianson wrote: > > > > > > > > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > > > > Allie Andrews wrote: > > > > > > > > > > Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote > > > > > > > > > > > I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go > > for > > > > > > it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt > > in > > > > > > the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most > > Annoying > > > > > > Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed > > signals. > > > > > > > > > > And my comment on the matter wasn't supposed to make it a big deal > or > > try > > > > > and stop it happening ........I just expressed my feelings on the > > matter. I > > > > > can't understand why that was so wrong :-( > > > > > > > > > > Allie > > > > > > > > I didn't say it was wrong! Why are you mad at me? > > > > > > > > I just agree with G'kar that it would be fun, that's all. > > > > > > > > > Never mind, folks, all is cool. I just spent some time yakking with > > > Allie on the phone. Oh, she expressed her deep lust for me and hatred > > > for Tuvok. > > > > > > <runs> > > > > > > :-) > > > > ::Catches Steve and buries him in 4700 water balloons::] > > > > > Can I pop them all, pretty please??????? ::hands Lisa a pin:: let me pop the blue ones. -- Laura Ware (laware@strato.net Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but he/she can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <Pine.GSO.4.21.0007131238110.28125-100000@uhunix4>, King says... >*makes sure Sham is reading* >Briefs like me, blood brother! :::kerplunk:::

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote > Seeing that I missed that one last year, as I was busy trying > to make ends meet, but the votes were held publicly? No - they were to be emailed privately, but some people posted their votes anyway. -- -- "Oh, go away. Repress someone else." http://www.onelist.com/group/CouroPrido This month's guest quote: "Do unto others now what they're still thinking about..." (George Cowley)

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Chris W." <el_capitano@geocities.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:3mprms86eoukuss63r6bpgs9drk02vonfm@4ax.com... > Seeing that I missed that one last year, as I was busy trying > to make ends meet, but the votes were held publicly? Ahhh, if that's > the case, I can see where the discomfort from Allie and Shammie comes > from. Hell, after reading their discomfort, I had personal issues > with it at well. > > However, I do believe that Steviepops has a really good > suggestion as well. I would feel less discomfort if the vote was held > privately. After all, I was surprised to have been compared to Dr > Leonard McCoy in the previous "This is Who We Are" postings, and I'm > ready to accept the Asshole of the Year nomination this year as well. > <smirking> IIRC, candidates were nominated by private e-mail to G'Kar, who then posted the top five (or was it three?) nominees for each category. Votes were then e-mailed privately to G'Kar, who then tallied up the votes and announced the winners. Chris W.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Wed, 12 Jul 2000 23:26:44 -0500, "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: |inquiring minds want to know! Masked Man----->Boxers. -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (King of Cyberia <garyli@reincarnate.com.GRETHOR>)


Today EvilBill[AGQx] walked on stage, wiggled said hiney and spoke to the members of alt.tv.star-trek.voyager: LP :> Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for LP :>the guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. Ohh the image... a chick running with my undies!! LP :> LP :> Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? LP :> LP :> Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! EB : EB :Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> Didn't Clinton answer this once on MTV? Oh well... *makes sure Sham is reading* Briefs like me, blood brother! -- "This will put my words in your mouth." (Patrick Stewart) WuName: the Silent Observer (Not related to the ppl at www.geocities.com/ussindependencea/index.html) Home of Section 31 and Area 001 Command: home.coqui.net/hannbio/index1.htm

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 12 Jul 2000 20:54:39 -0500, "Ta'Teria" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back >then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass >this week?" contest. > >I guess the trolls won in the end. Please. This is nothing compared to the days when I turned from Acolyte to Anti-Fan. Trollers have no teeth nowadays. It's been bred out of them. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 12 Jul 2000 22:28:05 GMT, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam (Arlie) wrote: >>> Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an award. << > >You could always try for the Threshold Award. <g> Someone's mutating into a giant newt? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 12 Jul 2000 23:26:44 -0500, "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? Silk. >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! Indeed. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 12 Jul 2000 11:06:13 GMT, "Citizen G'Kar" <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> wrote: >Strange, considering that it's one of RADW's most popular threads. Think of it this way -- the rec.* peeps are Republicans, the alt.* peeps are Democrats. Insert the appropriate Conversative/Liberal Parties according to country of origin. >Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm sure the next >seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things up in a more >acceptable way. Could it be because we already have something rather cliquish in place? [Revision after reading Steviepop's post] Seeing that I missed that one last year, as I was busy trying to make ends meet, but the votes were held publicly? Ahhh, if that's the case, I can see where the discomfort from Allie and Shammie comes from. Hell, after reading their discomfort, I had personal issues with it at well. However, I do believe that Steviepops has a really good suggestion as well. I would feel less discomfort if the vote was held privately. After all, I was surprised to have been compared to Dr Leonard McCoy in the previous "This is Who We Are" postings, and I'm ready to accept the Asshole of the Year nomination this year as well. <smirking> -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


Steve wrote > > > > > > *sigh* > > > > > > In future I will keep my thoughts to myself. > > > > > > > If you could please, it would be most helpful, you sound like a pillocky > > turnip <g> > > > Stop wallowing in self pity. I'm sorry, its one of my biggest failings.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


"Steve Christianson" <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:396DD871.7B99@yahoo.com... > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > Mirror Spock wrote: > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote: > > > > > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > > > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > > > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > > > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > > > > > <veg> > > > Mic > > > > Boxers usually, unless I've gone a long time without doing laundry. > > Then the briefs come into play. > > > Laundry? Who needs laundry? Just take the used underwear and turn it > inside-out, good as new. *note to self* Do not eat tea whilst reading Steve C posts. You just ruined my lovely stew with herby dumplings!!!!!!

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ronald Cole <ronald@forte-intl.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> writes: > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! That'd be "boxer briefs"... truly the Best of Both Worlds!! -- Forte International, P.O. Box 1412, Ridgecrest, CA 93556-1412 Ronald Cole <ronald@forte-intl.com> Phone: (760) 499-9142 President, CEO Fax: (760) 499-9152 My GPG fingerprint: C3AF 4BE9 BEA6 F1C2 B084 4A88 8851 E6C8 69E3 B00B

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Steviepops wrote > [comfort] Would you like some of the leftover Halloween candy still in > my fridge? A warning to Lisa Do not accept sweets from strange American laywers who post to NGs in the nude while drinking vodka and koolaide. Especially if he tells you "it is a magic purple lolly pop." Allie x

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Laura <laware@strato.net> wrote > ::Catches Steve and buries him in 4700 water balloons::] LOL But that sounds remarkably like a fantasy of Steve's..................<ESG> Allie x

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


"Steve Christianson" <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:396DE4B8.1BDC@yahoo.com... > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > Lisa wrote: > > > > Steve wrote > > > > > > > > > > > > *sigh* > > > > > > > > > > In future I will keep my thoughts to myself. > > > > > > > > > > > > > If you could please, it would be most helpful, you sound like a pillocky > > > > turnip <g> > > > > > > > > > Stop wallowing in self pity. > > > > I'm sorry, its one of my biggest failings. > > > It's OK, dearest. Now take care of the little ones since I'm off to the > pub. Shall I clean the house whilst you're gone?

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


Steve wrote > > > Laundry? Who needs laundry? Just take the used underwear and turn it > > > inside-out, good as new. > > > > *note to self* > > Do not eat tea whilst reading Steve C posts. > > > Aren't you supposed to *drink* tea? LOL, you drink a cup of tea, but you eat your tea at tea time, otherwise if you eat it later it becomes dinner. > > > > You just ruined my lovely stew with herby dumplings!!!!!! > > > [comfort] Would you like some of the leftover Halloween candy still in > my fridge? Hhhmm, is it full of sugar and bad stuff?

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>That sounds terribly pervy... (says a bearded guy who just played Servalan >at Nexus...) Servalan..... with a beard..... There *aren't* any known drugs that can take care of *that* mental image!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Aardvark <aardvarkboy@hotmail.com>)


Steve wrote: > > > Laundry? Who needs laundry? Just take the used underwear and turn it > > > inside-out, good as new. > > > > *note to self* > > Do not eat tea whilst reading Steve C posts. > > > Aren't you supposed to *drink* tea? > > > > You just ruined my lovely stew with herby dumplings!!!!!! > > > [comfort] Would you like some of the leftover Halloween candy still in > my fridge? Indeed. Right next to last Thanksgiving's ecoli-infested leftovers that ma sent home. Ah... bachelorhood. Those *were* the days. (sigh)

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Aardvark <aardvarkboy@hotmail.com>)


"Lisa" wrote: > > [comfort] Would you like some of the leftover Halloween candy still in > > my fridge? > > Hhhmm, is it full of sugar and bad stuff? Forget that. Can you imagine what dem poor lil' tykes will get *next* October? <shudder>

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Steve Christianson wrote: > > X-No-Archive: yes > > Mirror Spock wrote: > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote: > > > > > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > > > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > > > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > > > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > > > > > <veg> > > > Mic > > > > Boxers usually, unless I've gone a long time without doing laundry. > > Then the briefs come into play. > > Laundry? Who needs laundry? Just take the used underwear and turn it > inside-out, good as new. There's an image that'll linger... * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> -- * Has anyone seen my planet-killer? I'm sure I left it around here somewhere... ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > Okay - I am tired and off my rocker. But hey - you can't blame a girl for > trying! I will even wear my dress from the now defunct Fredrick's of > Hollywood if it would help spice up things! > THUD! -- * This must be Thursday. I never could get the hang of Thursdays. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote: > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > <veg> > Mic Boxers usually, unless I've gone a long time without doing laundry. Then the briefs come into play. * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:zo9b5.1094$PI1.64875@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm > sure the next > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things > up in a more > > acceptable way. > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > this week?" contest. > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > Ta' > -engaging lurk- Oh, come back here.... -- Laura Ware (laware@strato.net Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but he/she can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:8kjsga$n0p$1@plutonium.compulink.co.uk... > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > > > No, we cant. That may be cliqueish. > > > > *sigh* > > In future I will keep my thoughts to myself. How selfish <eg> -- Laura Ware (laware@strato.net Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but he/she can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:396D8B85.D14@yahoo.com... > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > Steve Christianson wrote: > > > > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > Allie Andrews wrote: > > > > > > Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote > > > > > > > I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go for > > > > it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt in > > > > the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most Annoying > > > > Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed signals. > > > > > > And my comment on the matter wasn't supposed to make it a big deal or try > > > and stop it happening ........I just expressed my feelings on the matter. I > > > can't understand why that was so wrong :-( > > > > > > Allie > > > > I didn't say it was wrong! Why are you mad at me? > > > > I just agree with G'kar that it would be fun, that's all. > > > Never mind, folks, all is cool. I just spent some time yakking with > Allie on the phone. Oh, she expressed her deep lust for me and hatred > for Tuvok. > > <runs> > > :-) ::Catches Steve and buries him in 4700 water balloons::] -- Laura Ware (laware@strato.net Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but he/she can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


"Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:8kjsga$n0p$1@plutonium.compulink.co.uk... > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > > > No, we cant. That may be cliqueish. > > > > *sigh* > > In future I will keep my thoughts to myself. > If you could please, it would be most helpful, you sound like a pillocky turnip <g>

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


"Laura" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message news:j_jb5.1836$Y9.6872@east3.usenetserver.com... > Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:396D8B85.D14@yahoo.com... > > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > > > > > > Steve Christianson wrote: > > > > > > X-No-Archive: yes > > > > > > Allie Andrews wrote: > > > > > > > > Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote > > > > > > > > > I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go > for > > > > > it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt > in > > > > > the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most > Annoying > > > > > Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed > signals. > > > > > > > > And my comment on the matter wasn't supposed to make it a big deal or > try > > > > and stop it happening ........I just expressed my feelings on the > matter. I > > > > can't understand why that was so wrong :-( > > > > > > > > Allie > > > > > > I didn't say it was wrong! Why are you mad at me? > > > > > > I just agree with G'kar that it would be fun, that's all. > > > > > > Never mind, folks, all is cool. I just spent some time yakking with > > Allie on the phone. Oh, she expressed her deep lust for me and hatred > > for Tuvok. > > > > <runs> > > > > :-) > > ::Catches Steve and buries him in 4700 water balloons::] > Can I pop them all, pretty please???????

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com> wrote > If you could please, it would be most helpful, you sound like a pillocky > turnip <g> And you are a cad and a rotter! I challenge you to a duel Allie x

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote: > :-PPPPPPPPP > > > > > > > > Er ... you seem to have some brackets coming out of your ear ...

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > No, we cant. That may be cliqueish. > *sigh* In future I will keep my thoughts to myself.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote > I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go for > it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt in > the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most Annoying > Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed signals. And my comment on the matter wasn't supposed to make it a big deal or try and stop it happening ........I just expressed my feelings on the matter. I can't understand why that was so wrong :-( Allie

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


Steviepops wrote > Never mind, folks, all is cool. I just spent some time yakking with > Allie on the phone. Oh, she expressed her deep lust for me and hatred > for Tuvok. > > <runs> > > :-) You can run but you can't hide MrC!!!!!!!!!! Allie x

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8kjsga$n0p$1@plutonium.compulink.co.uk>, "Allie says... > > >Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > >> No, we cant. That may be cliqueish. >> > >*sigh* > >In future I will keep my thoughts to myself. Don't worry about it, Allie. It's OK to disagree every now and then. Besides, I agree with you so you must be right. :-)

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8kjsgd$n0p$2@plutonium.compulink.co.uk>, "Allie says... > > >Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote > >> I don't see what the big deal is, it's just harmless fun. I say go for >> it, who cares, we can vote by e-mail so no one's feelings are hurt in >> the voting process. Besides, some of the categories like Most Annoying >> Poster and Most Clueless Newbie might send a few well-needed signals. > >And my comment on the matter wasn't supposed to make it a big deal or try >and stop it happening ........I just expressed my feelings on the matter. I >can't understand why that was so wrong :-( It wasn't. If others wanna do it, then they can. No need to feel bad about it.

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


YAY!!!!!!!! My first answer! Thanks <g>. I can rest easy tonight... <eg>. Now - I want TA'S answer ... if I didn't already know. Mic Mr_Heavyfoot <mr_heavyfoot_kithNOmrSPAM@mailcity.com.invalid> wrote in message news:14b821d8.628be10a@usw-ex0104-033.remarq.com... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote: > >Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up > with for the > >guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > > ><veg> > >Mic > > > > > > > > > > Not sure why I'm replying to this one, but... > S > P > O > I > L > E > R > S > P > A > C > E > F > O > R > N > O > R > E > A > S > O > N > W > H > A > T > S > O > E > V > E > R > > briefs > > > RH > TheSiskoIsOfBajor > > "I am crushing your heads."-Mark McKinney > > ----------------------------------------------------------- > > Got questions? Get answers over the phone at Keen.com. > Up to 100 minutes free! > http://www.keen.com >

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message news:120720002323454144%brianb1@home.com... > In article <wsbb5.208$jS4.57110@feed.centuryinter.net>, Lady Pie aka > Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > > Last year the Appeal of Tom Paris > > thread produced lost of interesting facts about some of the ladies here - or > > so I hear... Jules, Starfish, Shammie, Allie ... <eg>. I say time about for > > the guys! > > Unfortunately I have no interesting facts. :) Oooohh - I doubt that VERY seriously....

2000-07-13 00:00:00 - My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Well, I am not voting - just giving a few of my own picks and categories here and there ..... First one is Sexiest Troll Master.... The award goes to none other than the handsome, the sexy, the incredible ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in my way when it comes to you ...... <veg>. Mic

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (arlie88@aol.comNoSpam)


>>>>> Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an award. << > >You could always try for the Threshold Award. <g> Someone's mutating into a giant newt? << I believe Ronda won last year. It's given to the poster who most deserves to be thwacked on the head by a videotape of "Threshold." (Well, it's not like you'd ever use to watch or anything....) -- Arlie

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 13 Jul 2000 06:50:55 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> Considering how you post here -- you're definitely a briefs man. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 13 Jul 2000 15:03:27 -0700, "Chris W." <el_capitano@geocities.com> wrote: >IIRC, candidates were nominated by private e-mail to G'Kar, who then posted >the top five (or was it three?) nominees for each category. Votes were then >e-mailed privately to G'Kar, who then tallied up the votes and announced the >winners. How 'bout this -- put the categories up, and then let all the voting go private. No putting the candidates up for reconsideration. Those that post it publicly get keel-hauled.... ...What? Too Seven of Nine of me? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


-- ~~ From this moment on ... Michelle to Gordon - September 9, 2000 ~~ (yeah I know - we had to change the date a bit) Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message news:140720001330096225%brianb1@home.com... > In article <cWIb5.408$jS4.107583@feed.centuryinter.net>, Lady Pie aka > Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > > erm...um... <sticks tongue out> :-) Is that better? > > <<<THUD!!!!>>> I would insert a very playful *lick* here, but since I am tongue-tied - literally - it would be quite difficult. But I CAN still try a cherry stem in a knot with my tongue - a DOUBLE knot if it is long enough..... Just ask the Scottish bartender that kept serving me drinks last weekend at the Trek con. About the cherry stems - nothing else! You will have to talk to another Scotsman about anything further ..... <eg>. Less than a week away!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 :-))))))))))))))))))))

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Bozo the Evil Klown <evilklowwn@aol.comedy> wrote in message news:20000714142809.13021.00000133@ng-bg1.aol.com... > Merrick doth write thus: > > >I'm > >ready to accept the Asshole of the Year nomination this year as well. > ><smirking> > > Don't buy the award polish just yet; you have some *serious* competition for > Asshole Of The Year. > > You keep losing points for being too entertaining. And that charming personality.

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:9YIb5.411$jS4.107494@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com> wrote in message > news:u5Cb5.25$ht.2418@news3.cableinet.net... > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > > > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > > > > > Ta' > > > -engaging lurk- > > > > > > *grabs Ta' by the collar and destroys his lurk button* > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> Thats just begging for a reply...

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:h43ums4de70qjofrfvfhmg5j2bea9hf21h@4ax.com... > On Thu, 13 Jul 2000 06:50:55 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > >Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> > > Considering how you post here -- you're definitely a briefs > man. ROFL!

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:396D6627.146D7584@collegetoday.com... > Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote: > > > :-PPPPPPPPP > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Er ... you seem to have some brackets coming > out of your ear ... erm...um... <sticks tongue out> :-) Is that better? <hee hee - runs>

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:Q3ob5.132$Mc2.15472@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > Okay - I am tired and off my rocker. But hey - you can't blame a girl for > > trying! I will even wear my dress from the now defunct Fredrick's of > > Hollywood if it would help spice up things! > > > > THUD! Well, I am willing to try anything! Well, just about .....

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:8kjsga$n0p$1@plutonium.compulink.co.uk... > > Ta'Teria <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > > > No, we cant. That may be cliqueish. > > > > *sigh* > > In future I will keep my thoughts to myself. <comfort Allie> Don't worry. I think you just chimed in at the perfect time to get the replies directed to you. It will be okay {{{}}}. Mic > > > > > > > >

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com> wrote in message news:u5Cb5.25$ht.2418@news3.cableinet.net... > Ta'Teria wrote > > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > > > Ta' > > -engaging lurk- > > > *grabs Ta' by the collar and destroys his lurk button* YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > >

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


Merrick doth write thus: >I'm >ready to accept the Asshole of the Year nomination this year as well. ><smirking> Don't buy the award polish just yet; you have some *serious* competition for Asshole Of The Year. You keep losing points for being too entertaining. ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com>)


Ta'Teria wrote > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > Ta' > -engaging lurk- *grabs Ta' by the collar and destroys his lurk button*

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mr_Heavyfoot <mr_heavyfoot_kithNOmrSPAM@mailcity.com.invalid>)


evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: > >Underneath it *all*? Bone marrow. > ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RH TheSiskoIsOfBajor "I am crushing your heads."-Mark McKinney ----------------------------------------------------------- Got questions? Get answers over the phone at Keen.com. Up to 100 minutes free! http://www.keen.com

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


5er <5er_member@newsguy.com> wrote > Don't worry about it, Allie. It's OK to disagree every now and then. Besides, > I agree with you so you must be right. :-) I feel much more secure and happy knowing that Fiver :-) Allie x

2000-07-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the >guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! Underneath it *all*? Bone marrow. ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:dLLb5.15532$MT.310052@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:9YIb5.411$jS4.107494@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com> wrote in message > > news:u5Cb5.25$ht.2418@news3.cableinet.net... > > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > > > > > > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > > > > > > > Ta' > > > > -engaging lurk- > > > > > > > > > *grabs Ta' by the collar and destroys his lurk button* > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > > Thats just begging for a reply... that WAS the plan my dear...... I was at least begging for something.....

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:_k4c5.4707$ht.340634@news3.cableinet.net... > The lively, perfect and MINE, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > > > -- > > ~~ From this moment on ... > > Michelle to Gordon - September 9, 2000 ~~ > > (yeah I know - we had to change the date a bit) > > Such are the problems of arranging a wedding. :-) <g> But it is going rather well.... > > > Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message > > news:140720001330096225%brianb1@home.com... > > > In article <cWIb5.408$jS4.107583@feed.centuryinter.net>, Lady Pie > aka > > > Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > > > > > > erm...um... <sticks tongue out> :-) Is that better? > > > > > > <<<THUD!!!!>>> > > > > I would insert a very playful *lick* here, but since I am > tongue-tied - > > literally - it would be quite difficult. But I CAN still try a cherry > stem > > in a knot with my tongue - a DOUBLE knot if it is long enough..... > Just ask > > the Scottish bartender that kept serving me drinks last weekend at the > Trek > > con. About the cherry stems - nothing else! You will have to talk to > > another Scotsman about anything further ..... <eg>. > > *Almost* anything, my love, for the rest, you will have to wait until > September 9. Well, I didn't say WHEN they had to ask - hee hee. Only that you would be the only one with the answers. > > > > > Less than a week away!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 :-)))))))))))))))))))) > > To be precise it is 5 days, 23 hours and 56 minutes until I am scheduled > to step from an aircraft in Tennessee... not that I am counting of > course. ;-) > Of course .... <g> *still planning my debut outfit* <vbeg>

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:KD4c5.4765$ht.344458@news3.cableinet.net... > Citizen G'Kar wrote > > IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that > time. A > > further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, > as > > soon as I can remember what they were last year... > > > Sounds like a bit of fun, is there an award this year for the person who > revived the most threads from a previous year? > <points at "The appeal of Tom Paris"> > <g> Best online romance turned real life? Sexiest man in a kilt? Only person to know exactly what is under that kilt???? *runs* >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:kO4c5.4799$ht.346766@news3.cableinet.net... > Ta'Teria wrote > > Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > > wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm > > sure the next > > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things > > up in a more > > > acceptable way. > > > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > > this week?" contest. > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > <Yoda Voice> > Noooo.... Win not, Trolls. Understand, they do not. > Lurk not, friend Ta'. > </Yoda Voice> > Perhaps what is required is a renewed sense of fun? Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:OR4c5.4812$ht.346472@news3.cableinet.net... > Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > Zabana Brandon wrote > > > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > > > what they were last year... > > > > > > > > YAY!!! > > > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > > award. > > > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > Not until September 9 you won't. :-) ACK! *blush* I can't believe you said that.... Well, yes I can. I am having a really bad influence on you. Must be that 16 inch leather mini skirt or something...... > >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:3A9c5.572$jS4.147247@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:dLLb5.15532$MT.310052@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > news:9YIb5.411$jS4.107494@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > Lisa <lisa@chakfan.com> wrote in message > > > news:u5Cb5.25$ht.2418@news3.cableinet.net... > > > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > > > > > > > > > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > > > > > > > > > Ta' > > > > > -engaging lurk- > > > > > > > > > > > > *grabs Ta' by the collar and destroys his lurk button* > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > I was at least begging for something..... A spanking?

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:LK9c5.970$FA2.152704@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Me and Brian out of the closet <veg> Agreed.

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:jS9c5.974$FA2.153343@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in > > message news:LK9c5.970$FA2.152704@nnrp3.clara.net... > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Me and Brian out of the closet > <veg> > > > > Agreed. > > > > Cool. *comes out of the closet* About time. <Eg>

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:I3ob5.123$Mc2.15466@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > > > Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> You're no fun...

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ronald Cole <ronald@forte-intl.com> wrote in message news:m3n1jmdmls.fsf@yakisoba.forte-intl.com... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> writes: > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > That'd be "boxer briefs"... truly the Best of Both Worlds!! Is that anything like trunks? <veg>

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:1o4smsca3qq3a3lkjd831kk8sc764in1m5@4ax.com... > On Wed, 12 Jul 2000 23:26:44 -0500, "Lady Pie aka Michelle" > <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > Silk. Oooohhhh - I like. Not THAT way, but still...... > > >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > Indeed. Hee hee - I thought someone might get a kick out of this.

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Masked Man <kemosabe@skyenet.net> wrote in message news:39753f15.80488890@news.mindspring.com... > On Wed, 12 Jul 2000 23:26:44 -0500, "Lady Pie aka Michelle" > <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > |inquiring minds want to know! > > Masked Man----->Boxers. Yay!

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Bozo the Evil Klown <evilklowwn@aol.comedy> wrote in message news:20000714002418.13164.00000527@ng-bg1.aol.com... > >Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > >guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > Underneath it *all*? Bone marrow. :-p

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:xy4c5.4754$ht.343566@news3.cableinet.net... > The lively and passionate minx, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for > the > > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > <grin> > Boxers, on occasion very small and thin trunks enhanced with Lycra, and > on a very rare occasion *nothing*.... > :-) <drool> Though I did know YOUR answer to that question already <vbeg>...... *nothing* ... September 9th...... *hee hee* > >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:LK9c5.970$FA2.152704@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet <veg> Nah - more the merrier for me....

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:mO9c5.25193$MT.911242@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in > message news:LK9c5.970$FA2.152704@nnrp3.clara.net... > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" > <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > > message > > > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark > closet* > > > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Me and Brian out of > the closet <veg> > > Agreed. hee hee - me and you alone in a dark closet.... hmmmmm.....

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:AV9c5.25289$MT.915010@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in > message news:jS9c5.974$FA2.153343@nnrp3.clara.net... > > "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> > wrote in message > > > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in > > > message news:LK9c5.970$FA2.152704@nnrp3.clara.net... > > > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Me and Brian > out of the closet > > <veg> > > > > > > Agreed. > > > > > > > Cool. *comes out of the closet* > > About time. <Eg> Ya'll are bad.... <g> > > > >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:8L9c5.971$FA2.153008@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > ACK! *blush* I can't believe you said that.... Well, yes I can. I am > > having a really bad influence on you. Must be that 16 inch leather mini > > skirt or something...... > > > > THUD! Ask him what I will be wearing under it.... >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:aK9c5.969$FA2.152975@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > > > To be precise it is 5 days, 23 hours and 56 minutes until I am scheduled > > > to step from an aircraft in Tennessee... not that I am counting of > > > course. ;-) > > > > Of course .... <g> > > *still planning my debut outfit* > > <vbeg> > > > > Do one thing for me, you two: have better luck with your IRL meeting than I > did with mine... We will. but *comfort* anyway...

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:rF9c5.25099$MT.907686@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:3A9c5.572$jS4.147247@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > > > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > I was at least begging for something..... > > A spanking? Only if you promise to kiss it and make it better afterward...

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:lH9c5.968$FA2.152850@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > I was at least begging for something..... > > > > That much is obvious. <eg> hee hee = at least I didn;t say that I was on my knees...

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta! You didn't even respond to this. <cries> Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:xvcb5.237$jS4.59077@feed.centuryinter.net... > Well, I am not voting - just giving a few of my own picks and categories > here and there ..... > > First one is Sexiest Troll Master.... > > The award goes to none other than the handsome, the sexy, the incredible > ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... > > And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in my way when it comes to > you ...... <veg>. > > Mic > >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:yuac5.637$jS4.148249@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:rF9c5.25099$MT.907686@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > news:3A9c5.572$jS4.147247@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > > > > > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > > I was at least begging for something..... > > > > A spanking? > > Only if you promise to kiss it and make it better afterward... Of course.

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:Nxac5.639$jS4.148378@feed.centuryinter.net... > Ta! You didn't even respond to this. > > <cries> LOL Sorry, I was still in full lurk. > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > news:xvcb5.237$jS4.59077@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Well, I am not voting - just giving a few of my own picks and categories > > here and there ..... > > > > First one is Sexiest Troll Master.... > > > > The award goes to none other than the handsome, the sexy, the incredible > > ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... <blush> > > And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in my way when it comes > to > > you ...... <veg>. Now *that* I would love to see. A real kewl Cat fight... > > Mic > > > > > >

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:fCac5.26143$MT.934430@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:Nxac5.639$jS4.148378@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta! You didn't even respond to this. > > > > <cries> > > LOL > Sorry, I was still in full lurk. I know. But it was my attempt to get you back. :-( > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > > news:xvcb5.237$jS4.59077@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > Well, I am not voting - just giving a few of my own > picks and categories > > > here and there ..... > > > > > > First one is Sexiest Troll Master.... > > > > > > The award goes to none other than the handsome, the > sexy, the incredible > > > ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... > > <blush> Truth. > > > > And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in my > way when it comes > > to > > > you ...... <veg>. > > Now *that* I would love to see. A real kewl Cat fight... Oh? Hmmm..... well, we shall see. As long as she doesn't cross me, she will live a long and healthy life <eg>. But I have claims on you ....

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:Uzac5.26122$MT.932649@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:yuac5.637$jS4.148249@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > in message > > news:rF9c5.25099$MT.907686@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle > <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > > wrote in message > > > news:3A9c5.572$jS4.147247@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > > > > > > > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > > > > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > > > I was at least begging for something..... > > > > > > A spanking? > > > > Only if you promise to kiss it and make it better > afterward... > > Of course. Bends over your knee....

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:yJac5.646$jS4.148544@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:Uzac5.26122$MT.932649@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > news:yuac5.637$jS4.148249@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote > > in message > > > news:rF9c5.25099$MT.907686@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle > > <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > > > wrote in message > > > > news:3A9c5.572$jS4.147247@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? <veg> > > > > > > > > > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > > > > > > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > > > > I was at least begging for something..... > > > > > > > > A spanking? > > > > > > Only if you promise to kiss it and make it better > > afterward... > > > > Of course. > > Bends over your knee.... <SMACK>

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:eJac5.645$jS4.147070@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:fCac5.26143$MT.934430@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > news:Nxac5.639$jS4.148378@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > Ta! You didn't even respond to this. > > > > > > <cries> > > > > LOL > > Sorry, I was still in full lurk. > > I know. But it was my attempt to get you back. :-( I know. :-) > > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > > news:xvcb5.237$jS4.59077@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > Well, I am not voting - just giving a few of my own > > picks and categories > > > > here and there ..... > > > > > > > > First one is Sexiest Troll Master.... > > > > > > > > The award goes to none other than the handsome, the > > sexy, the incredible > > > > ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... > > > > <blush> > > Truth. <blush> > > > > > > And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in my > > way when it comes > > > to > > > > you ...... <veg>. > > > > Now *that* I would love to see. A real kewl Cat fight... > > Oh? Hmmm..... well, we shall see. Indeed. > As long as she doesn't cross me, she will live a long and healthy life <eg>. Hmmm... I still wanna see you two fight. That would be... interesting... > But I have claims on you .... <blush><

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:kO4c5.4799$ht.346766@news3.cableinet.net... > Ta'Teria wrote > > Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > > wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm > > sure the next > > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things > > up in a more > > > acceptable way. > > > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > > this week?" contest. > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > <Yoda Voice> > Noooo.... Win not, Trolls. Understand, they do not. > Lurk not, friend Ta'. > </Yoda Voice> > Perhaps what is required is a renewed sense of fun? Maybe we should start a tribal coujncil and vote each other out... <eg>

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


The lively, perfect and MINE, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > -- > ~~ From this moment on ... > Michelle to Gordon - September 9, 2000 ~~ > (yeah I know - we had to change the date a bit) Such are the problems of arranging a wedding. :-) > Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message > news:140720001330096225%brianb1@home.com... > > In article <cWIb5.408$jS4.107583@feed.centuryinter.net>, Lady Pie aka > > Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > > > > erm...um... <sticks tongue out> :-) Is that better? > > > > <<<THUD!!!!>>> > > I would insert a very playful *lick* here, but since I am tongue-tied - > literally - it would be quite difficult. But I CAN still try a cherry stem > in a knot with my tongue - a DOUBLE knot if it is long enough..... Just ask > the Scottish bartender that kept serving me drinks last weekend at the Trek > con. About the cherry stems - nothing else! You will have to talk to > another Scotsman about anything further ..... <eg>. *Almost* anything, my love, for the rest, you will have to wait until September 9. > > Less than a week away!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 :-)))))))))))))))))))) To be precise it is 5 days, 23 hours and 56 minutes until I am scheduled to step from an aircraft in Tennessee... not that I am counting of course. ;-)

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


The lively and passionate minx, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for the > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! <grin> Boxers, on occasion very small and thin trunks enhanced with Lycra, and on a very rare occasion *nothing*.... :-)

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


Citizen G'Kar wrote > IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that time. A > further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, as > soon as I can remember what they were last year... Sounds like a bit of fun, is there an award this year for the person who revived the most threads from a previous year? <points at "The appeal of Tom Paris">

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


Wavemaker wrote > "Citizen G'Kar" wrote: > > IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that time. > A > > further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, as > > soon as I can remember what they were last year... > > I have to be honest and say that I'm not comfortable with this. The idea of > voting for the best poster in this or that category or saying that out of > all the people here this person is the one you would most like to meet > smacks of favoritism in my opinion. This is a rather PC way to look at what is merely a bit of fun, Wave. Just about any contest is going to incur favouritism of some kind, anything that involves a personal opinion will involve that. > It seems unfair and cliquish. I didn't > say anything last year when this was done, but I did abstain from voting. Last year was fun, I thought, though, of course, everyone has their own opinion.

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


Bozo the Evil Klown wrote > >That sounds terribly pervy... (says a bearded guy who just played Servalan > >at Nexus...) > > Servalan..... with a beard..... > > There *aren't* any known drugs that can take care of *that* mental > image!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ack! I know, the trouble is, now I can't get the image out of my mind, and it's getting worse, she's wearing one of those trademarked tight dresses that the Supremem Commander wore instead of a uniform....Argh! Now she's kissing Avon!

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


Ta'Teria wrote > Citizen G'Kar <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > wrote in message news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, I'm > sure the next > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven things > up in a more > > acceptable way. > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > this week?" contest. > > I guess the trolls won in the end. <Yoda Voice> Noooo.... Win not, Trolls. Understand, they do not. Lurk not, friend Ta'. </Yoda Voice> Perhaps what is required is a renewed sense of fun?

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > Ta'Teria wrote > > Zabana Brandon wrote > > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > > what they were last year... > > > > > > YAY!!! > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > award. > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. Not until September 9 you won't. :-)

2000-07-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Thu, 13 Jul 2000 06:50:55 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > >Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> > > Considering how you post here -- you're definitely a briefs > man. > How do you work that out? -- * If you travel far enough, you'll eventually meet yourself. That's gotta suck. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:UDlc5.1611$FA2.207577@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > About time. <Eg> > > > > *assassinates Ta'* Thats harder than it sounds...

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:WVlc5.7621$ht.529120@news3.cableinet.net... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" wrote > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > > > Do one thing for me, you two: have better luck with your IRL > meeting > > than I > > > > did with mine... > > > > > > We will. but *comfort* anyway... > > > > > > > Thanks... it's probably selfish, but I keep wondering why other people > get > > to be happy and have fulfilling, loving relationships, while I just > get > > dumped and rejected... > > This will probably sound less friendly than it's meant, but.... > > Oh come on! I have 13 years on you. If I'd thought the way you appear > to, for too long, during my 34 years, I'd probably have given up and > become a monk or something. You are only 21. Stop feeling sorry for > yourself. Things change, the right person comes along and that's that. > It will happen, when it happens, in it's own good time. In the meantime, > work yourself out and enjoy life, that's what it's for. Damned Skraight!

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet <veg> > > Nah - more the merrier for me.... > Hey, no fair... you don't mind being alone with Ta' in a dark closet! That's just favouritism! -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > Do one thing for me, you two: have better luck with your IRL meeting than I > > did with mine... > > We will. but *comfort* anyway... > Thanks... it's probably selfish, but I keep wondering why other people get to be happy and have fulfilling, loving relationships, while I just get dumped and rejected... -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > That much is obvious. <eg> > > hee hee = at least I didn;t say that I was on my knees... > The first person who makes a Monica Lewinsky crack gets spaced! <g> -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> > > You're no fun... > I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:AWIb5.409$jS4.107551@feed.centuryinter.net... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > THUD! > > Well, I am willing to try anything! Well, just about ..... > Hmmm, now I'm intrigued... <eg> -- * If you travel far enough, you'll eventually meet yourself. That's gotta suck. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet <veg> In the history of things that are just *not* gonna happen, this is one of the most *not* gonna happen ones.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > > message > > > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet > <veg> > > Nah - more the merrier for me.... After all, you need at least 6 people for a good team game of Trivial Pursuit.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


The lovely, perfect and MINE, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) wrote > > Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > > Zabana Brandon wrote > > > > > Citizen G'Kar wroteded: > > > > > > > > > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last > > > > > > year, so it's about that time. A further > > > > > > post on categories will appear over the next > > > > > > couple of days, as soon as I can remember > > > > > > what they were last year... > > > > > > > > > > YAY!!! > > > > > > > > Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an > > > > award. > > > > > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > > > Not until September 9 you won't. :-) > > ACK! *blush* I can't believe you said that.... Oh? <g> > Well, yes I can. I am having a really bad influence on you. Now I wouldn't say that..... > Must be that 16 inch leather mini > skirt or something...... <grinning ear to ear> Yeah, or something. I don't even have to read the other replies to this post to know the Thud-o-meter will be in trouble.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


The lively and perky minx, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) wrote > > The lively and passionate minx, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with for > > the > > > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > > > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > > > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > > > <grin> > > Boxers, on occasion very small and thin trunks enhanced with Lycra, and > > on a very rare occasion *nothing*.... > > :-) > > <drool> Though I did know YOUR answer to that question already <vbeg>...... Indeed. ;-) > *nothing* ... September 9th...... > *hee hee* <smooch>

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


The lovely, passionate and marvellous Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) wrote > > Citizen G'Kar wrote > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about that > > time. A > > > further post on categories will appear over the next couple of days, > > as > > > soon as I can remember what they were last year... > > > > > > Sounds like a bit of fun, is there an award this year for the person who > > revived the most threads from a previous year? > > <points at "The appeal of Tom Paris"> > > > > <g> Best online romance turned real life? Sexiest man in a kilt? Only > person to know exactly what is under that kilt???? > > *runs* <runs quicker and catches you> What about sexiest woman in a 16-inch mini? Only person to know exactly what is under that skirt?

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" wrote > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > Do one thing for me, you two: have better luck with your IRL meeting > than I > > > did with mine... > > > > We will. but *comfort* anyway... > > > > Thanks... it's probably selfish, but I keep wondering why other people get > to be happy and have fulfilling, loving relationships, while I just get > dumped and rejected... This will probably sound less friendly than it's meant, but.... Oh come on! I have 13 years on you. If I'd thought the way you appear to, for too long, during my 34 years, I'd probably have given up and become a monk or something. You are only 21. Stop feeling sorry for yourself. Things change, the right person comes along and that's that. It will happen, when it happens, in it's own good time. In the meantime, work yourself out and enjoy life, that's what it's for.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet > <veg> > > In the history of things that are just *not* gonna happen, this is one > of the most *not* gonna happen ones. > I know... but a man can dream, can't he? -- * The Dominion will no longer stand by and allow ships from your side to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > This will probably sound less friendly than it's meant, but.... > > Oh come on! I have 13 years on you. If I'd thought the way you appear > to, for too long, during my 34 years, I'd probably have given up and > become a monk or something. You are only 21. 22, thank you! My birthday's the day after Mic's! ;-) > Stop feeling sorry for > yourself. Things change, the right person comes along and that's that. > It will happen, when it happens, in it's own good time. In the meantime, > work yourself out and enjoy life, that's what it's for. > I don't have much *to* enjoy, I don't have time! I have to be up at 6 am every bloody morning so I can go to work... and therefore, I need to be in bed early... so, no time for life... -- * Don't you pass out on me now! ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


Gordon doth write thus: >> >That sounds terribly pervy... (says a bearded guy who just played >Servalan >> >at Nexus...) >> >> Servalan..... with a beard..... >> >> There *aren't* any known drugs that can take care of *that* mental >> image!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! > >Ack! I know, the trouble is, now I can't get the image out of my mind, >and it's getting worse, she's wearing one of those trademarked tight >dresses that the Supremem Commander wore instead of a uniform....Argh! >Now she's kissing Avon! Nothing will ever be beautiful again..... ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > About time. <Eg> > *assassinates Ta'* -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > I was at least begging for something..... > That much is obvious. <eg> -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > To be precise it is 5 days, 23 hours and 56 minutes until I am scheduled > > to step from an aircraft in Tennessee... not that I am counting of > > course. ;-) > > Of course .... <g> > *still planning my debut outfit* > <vbeg> > Do one thing for me, you two: have better luck with your IRL meeting than I did with mine... -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet <veg> -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > ACK! *blush* I can't believe you said that.... Well, yes I can. I am > having a really bad influence on you. Must be that 16 inch leather mini > skirt or something...... > THUD! -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in > message news:LK9c5.970$FA2.152704@nnrp3.clara.net... > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet <veg> > > Agreed. > Cool. *kicks Ta' out the closet* -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-16 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:rL7c5.24101$MT.859942@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote > in message news:kO4c5.4799$ht.346766@news3.cableinet.net... > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > Citizen G'Kar > <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > > > wrote in message > news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, > I'm > > > sure the next > > > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven > things > > > up in a more > > > > acceptable way. > > > > > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > > > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > > > this week?" contest. > > > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > > > <Yoda Voice> > > Noooo.... Win not, Trolls. Understand, they do not. > > Lurk not, friend Ta'. > > </Yoda Voice> > > Perhaps what is required is a renewed sense of fun? > > Maybe we should start a tribal coujncil and vote each other > out... <eg> You first. <eg>

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:db96ns080i2876mr57q9d21fm49csvt2hq@4ax.com... > On Fri, 14 Jul 2000 16:29:18 -0500, "Ta'Teria" <tateria@yahoo.com> > wrote: > > >> You keep losing points for being too entertaining. > > > >And that charming personality. > > Errr, charming? Since when is a curmudgeon charming? Hey, its the one thing you have going for you. Dont spoil it.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:0i96ns0qhg98opu2buqlmcqaq48uhqgfa9@4ax.com... > On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:23:52 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > >Thanks... it's probably selfish, but I keep wondering why other people get > >to be happy and have fulfilling, loving relationships, while I just get > >dumped and rejected... > > Has to do with the ability to pick oneself up and dust oneself > off after a trip or a fall, and most importantly, the ability to > project and feel self-esteem, and charisma. Oh, the irony...

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 01:01:01 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > > >How do you work that out? > > Has to do with the restraint and constraint he uses when he > posts. I do? > Not to mention how he holds on to specific threads. Briefs do > that to a man. > Errrr... OK. You're right, BTW, it is briefs, LOL. -- * If there's nothing wrong with me, there must be something wrong with the universe. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:29:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > > >I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p > > What *IS* there to be embarrassed about. Most of us know what > they are, as most of us normally wear them. Well, at school I got made fun of for wearing briefs... > It's not as though you're > telling them you're wearing Underoos or anything. And even if you did > -- they're just underwear. > -- * If there's nothing wrong with me, there must be something wrong with the universe. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:23:52 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > >Thanks... it's probably selfish, but I keep wondering why other people get > >to be happy and have fulfilling, loving relationships, while I just get > >dumped and rejected... > > Has to do with the ability to pick oneself up and dust oneself > off after a trip or a fall, and most importantly, the ability to > project and feel self-esteem, and charisma. > Self-esteem? Charisma? Sorry, don't have any of those, you'll have to try the next store two blocks down <g> -- * If there's nothing wrong with me, there must be something wrong with the universe. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 14 Jul 2000 23:25:09 GMT, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam (Arlie) wrote: >>>>>> Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an award. << >> >>You could always try for the Threshold Award. <g> > > Someone's mutating into a giant newt? << > >I believe Ronda won last year. It's given to the poster who most deserves to >be thwacked on the head by a videotape of "Threshold." (Well, it's not like >you'd ever use to watch or anything....) Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. I watch it to remind me of precisely why I don't think Brannon Braga should be left in charge of anything, or should be allowed to write for Star Trek. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 01:01:01 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message >> On Thu, 13 Jul 2000 06:50:55 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >> >> >Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> >> >> Considering how you post here -- you're definitely a briefs >> man. > >How do you work that out? Has to do with the restraint and constraint he uses when he posts. Not to mention how he holds on to specific threads. Briefs do that to a man. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 22:38:54 -0500, "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: >> >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? >> >> Silk. > >Oooohhhh - I like. >Not THAT way, but still...... Regardless of how expensive they are -- they're a hell of a lot more comfortable than some of the cloth used in undies. >> >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! >> >> Indeed. > >Hee hee - I thought someone might get a kick out of this. Better than the therapy I needed when mom came home with a vibrator and attempted to show it to me. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:29:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in >message >> >> EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message >> > >> > Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> >> >> You're no fun... > >I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p What *IS* there to be embarrassed about. Most of us know what they are, as most of us normally wear them. It's not as though you're telling them you're wearing Underoos or anything. And even if you did -- they're just underwear. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:23:52 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >Thanks... it's probably selfish, but I keep wondering why other people get >to be happy and have fulfilling, loving relationships, while I just get >dumped and rejected... Has to do with the ability to pick oneself up and dust oneself off after a trip or a fall, and most importantly, the ability to project and feel self-esteem, and charisma. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:0n96nsso02u74n87mlcjvkikedvovtbhkd@4ax.com... > On 14 Jul 2000 23:25:09 GMT, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam (Arlie) wrote: > > >>>>>> Since I cant be newbie of the year, I'm screwed for an award. << > >> > >>You could always try for the Threshold Award. <g> > > > > Someone's mutating into a giant newt? << > > > >I believe Ronda won last year. It's given to the poster who most deserves to > >be thwacked on the head by a videotape of "Threshold." (Well, it's not like > >you'd ever use to watch or anything....) > > Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. > > I watch it to remind me of precisely why I don't think Brannon > Braga should be left in charge of anything, or should be allowed to > write for Star Trek. If you really want to torture yourself, why not just get a root canal? -- Laura Ware (laware@strato.net Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but he/she can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (the_starwolf@my-deja.com)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <TehTigre@centurytel.net> wrote: > having a really bad influence on you. Must be that 16 inch leather mini skirt or something...... That would do it. ;-)~~~~ Now, think you can talk TREK's costumers in that general direction? Probably not. ***sigh*** Pity... Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > The first person who makes a Monica Lewinsky crack gets spaced! <g> > > > You of course realize the grave temptation to walk through that open > door is... > Irresistible? Well... resistance is futile ;-) -- * If there's nothing wrong with me, there must be something wrong with the universe. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > > How much sleep do you need? I get up at 6:20 and get to sleep around > 11:45 to midnight and I have plenty of time for a life. I don't, the three hours between 9 pm and midnight are usually spent online ;-) And I can't really get by without lots of black coffees unless I get at least seven hours' sleep... > Alas, two of my > best friends left town last night, so there goes a RL option in the > hanging out department. > :-( -- * If there's nothing wrong with me, there must be something wrong with the universe. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 14 Jul 2000 16:29:18 -0500, "Ta'Teria" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >> You keep losing points for being too entertaining. > >And that charming personality. Errr, charming? Since when is a curmudgeon charming? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 14 Jul 2000 18:28:09 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>I'm >>ready to accept the Asshole of the Year nomination this year as well. >><smirking> > >Don't buy the award polish just yet; you have some *serious* competition for >Asshole Of The Year. > >You keep losing points for being too entertaining. Fuck. Oh well, I'll just plod along anyway in my delusions, thank you very much. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > > > This will probably sound less friendly than it's meant, but.... > > > > Oh come on! I have 13 years on you. If I'd thought the way you appear > > to, for too long, during my 34 years, I'd probably have given up and > > become a monk or something. You are only 21. > > 22, thank you! My birthday's the day after Mic's! ;-) > > > Stop feeling sorry for > > yourself. Things change, the right person comes along and that's that. > > It will happen, when it happens, in it's own good time. In the meantime, > > work yourself out and enjoy life, that's what it's for. > > > > I don't have much *to* enjoy, I don't have time! I have to be up at 6 am > every bloody morning so I can go to work... and therefore, I need to be in > bed early... so, no time for life... > How much sleep do you need? I get up at 6:20 and get to sleep around 11:45 to midnight and I have plenty of time for a life. Alas, two of my best friends left town last night, so there goes a RL option in the hanging out department. * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > That much is obvious. <eg> > > > > hee hee = at least I didn;t say that I was on my knees... > > > > The first person who makes a Monica Lewinsky crack gets spaced! <g> > You of course realize the grave temptation to walk through that open door is... * Robinson (trying to not make the Lewinsky joke, or any other joke in that vein) -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-07-17 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Laura wrote: > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:rL7c5.24101$MT.859942@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote > > in message news:kO4c5.4799$ht.346766@news3.cableinet.net... > > > Ta'Teria wrote > > > > Citizen G'Kar > > <Narns@allEXCEPTSPAMisurvey.freeserve.co.uk> > > > > wrote in message > > news:01bfebf1$0473b200$1641883e@lgwujvnl... > > > > > > > > > > Sometimes I don't know why I fucking bother. Oh well, > > I'm > > > > sure the next > > > > > seasonal visit from the wrestling trolls will liven > > things > > > > up in a more > > > > > acceptable way. > > > > > > > > Amazing how this place has changed since I joined. Back > > > > then, we had fun. It wasnt a daily "Who is being an ass > > > > this week?" contest. > > > > > > > > I guess the trolls won in the end. > > > > > > <Yoda Voice> > > > Noooo.... Win not, Trolls. Understand, they do not. > > > Lurk not, friend Ta'. > > > </Yoda Voice> > > > Perhaps what is required is a renewed sense of fun? > > > > Maybe we should start a tribal coujncil and vote each other > > out... <eg> > > You first. <eg> Can we vote out Dexter?? * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:m1r8nsc61iuho3ovkh76q82gpg00oekb1h@4ax.com... > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 22:09:16 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" > <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > > >> Errr, charming? Since when is a curmudgeon charming? > > > >Hey, its the one thing you have going for you. Dont spoil > >it. > > Why not? I happily spoil everything else. That would explain your odor...

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:lvq8nso7q889t95mhl9fddcgdn6brc1b0l@4ax.com... > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 17:00:30 -0400, "Laura" <laware@strato.net> wrote: > > >> Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. > >> > >> I watch it to remind me of precisely why I don't think Brannon > >> Braga should be left in charge of anything, or should be allowed to > >> write for Star Trek. > > > >If you really want to torture yourself, why not just get a root canal? > > Root canals don't produce the kind of vitriol I need to write > what I write here. Root Canals make me want to lie down in bed and > sleep all day. Ok, just lie on a fire ant bed. The pain won't be as intense as watching the episode. -- Laura Ware (laware@strato.net Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but he/she can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 00:55:21 -0500, "TC" <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote: >> Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. > >Hmmm. Well, this could explain a few things. And those things being? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 17:00:30 -0400, "Laura" <laware@strato.net> wrote: >> Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. >> >> I watch it to remind me of precisely why I don't think Brannon >> Braga should be left in charge of anything, or should be allowed to >> write for Star Trek. > >If you really want to torture yourself, why not just get a root canal? Root canals don't produce the kind of vitriol I need to write what I write here. Root Canals make me want to lie down in bed and sleep all day. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 22:09:16 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >> Errr, charming? Since when is a curmudgeon charming? > >Hey, its the one thing you have going for you. Dont spoil >it. Why not? I happily spoil everything else. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:45:56 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message >> On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 01:01:01 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >> > >> >How do you work that out? >> >> Has to do with the restraint and constraint he uses when he >> posts. > >I do? Most certainly... >> Not to mention how he holds on to specific threads. Briefs do >> that to a man. > >Errrr... OK. Wear boxers or freeball for a while, and your attitude will noticeably change within a month. >You're right, BTW, it is briefs, LOL. See? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:50:04 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message >> On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:29:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >> > >> >I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p >> >> What *IS* there to be embarrassed about. Most of us know what >> they are, as most of us normally wear them. > >Well, at school I got made fun of for wearing briefs... That was then. This is now. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (King of Cyberia <garyli@reincarnate.com.GRETHOR>)


On Jul 17 EvilBill[AGQx] walked on stage, wiggled said hiney and spoke to the members of alt.tv.star-trek.voyager: MB :> Has to do with the restraint and constraint he uses when he MB :> posts. EB : EB :I do? Merrick-- so you're saying that you wear boxers cause you play it fast and loose, and post lotsa stuff online? MB : MB :> Not to mention how he holds on to specific threads. Briefs do MB :> that to a man. MB :> EB : EB :Errrr... OK. EB : EB :You're right, BTW, it is briefs, LOL. Aha! I *knew* it blood brother!! <g> -- "This will put my words in your mouth." (Patrick Stewart) WuName: the Silent Observer (Not related to the ppl at www.geocities.com/ussindependencea/index.html) Home of Section 31 and Area 001 Command: home.coqui.net/hannbio/index1.htm

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com>)


"Masked Man" <kemosabe@skyenet.net> wrote in message > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:50:47 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > |Self-esteem? Charisma? > > Masked Man----->One of the funniest lines I ever heard - had Johnny > Carson in stitches - was when Alex Karras threatened to sue Johnny > Carson for saying he had charisma... > > "If my wife ever finds out...." > LOL! -- * Your neutrinos are drifting. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" wrote... > On 14 Jul 2000 23:25:09 GMT, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam (Arlie) wrote: > > >be thwacked on the head by a videotape of "Threshold." (Well, it's not like > >you'd ever use to watch or anything....) > > Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. Hmmm. Well, this could explain a few things.

2000-07-18 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:50:47 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: |Self-esteem? Charisma? Masked Man----->One of the funniest lines I ever heard - had Johnny Carson in stitches - was when Alex Karras threatened to sue Johnny Carson for saying he had charisma... "If my wife ever finds out...." -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 19 Jul 2000 00:49:34 -0500, "TC" <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote: >> >> Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. >> > >> >Hmmm. Well, this could explain a few things. >> >> And those things being? > >Well, just after viewing it the one time, for several days I was extremely >moody, not too mention a "bit" outraged that TPTB decided to show their >utter contempt for me by creating and showing the episode in the first >place. After a few days of snarling at other people and throwing things I >went into a long period of denial that the episode ever happened. I have >finally reached acceptance that it actually exists and I'm all better now. >I can only imagine the cumulative effect of watching it over and over again. >I suppose that if Captain Pike had watched "Threshold" over and over again >he would have been able to maintain the anger, hatred and other primitive >emotions so the Talosians wouldn't have been able to read his mind and force >either pleasure or punishment on him. LMAO!! -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 17:57:06 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > >That would explain your odor... At least *I* used soap the last time I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). What's your excuse? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 18:18:42 -0400, "Laura" <laware@strato.net> wrote: >Ok, just lie on a fire ant bed. The pain won't be as intense as watching >the episode. Fire ants are annoying, but they don't assault one's intelligence in the same manner as Threshold does. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 11:05:39 -1000, King of Cyberia <garyli@reincarnate.com.GRETHOR> wrote: >Merrick-- so you're saying that you wear boxers cause you play it fast and >loose, and post lotsa stuff online? It certainly helps. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:Qfdd5.935$jS4.237277@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:LNac5.26285$MT.940179@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > news:eJac5.645$jS4.147070@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > Ta! You didn't even respond to this. > > > > > > > > > > <cries> > > > > > > > > LOL > > > > Sorry, I was still in full lurk. > > > > > > I know. But it was my attempt to get you back. :-( > > > > I know. :-) > > YAY! <kissies> :-)) > The award goes to none other than the handsome, the > > > > sexy, the incredible > > > > > > ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... > > > > > > > > <blush> > > > > > > Truth. > > > > <blush> > > I love it when you do that..... <blush>? > > > > > > > > > > > > And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in > > my > > > > way when it comes > > > > > to > > > > > > you ...... <veg>. > > > > > > > > Now *that* I would love to see. A real kewl Cat > > fight... > > > > > > Oh? Hmmm..... well, we shall see. > > > > Indeed. > > Yeppers... *offers money* > > > As long as she doesn't cross me, she will live a long and > > healthy life <eg>. > > > > > > Hmmm... I still wanna see you two fight. That would be... > > interesting... > > IF she ever comes out of hiding.... I have her off doing some menial task... > > > But I have claims on you .... > > > > <blush>< > > red again? Must be my lucky night..... Indeed.

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:pgdd5.936$jS4.237129@feed.centuryinter.net... > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:DMac5.26273$MT.939953@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > > wrote in message > > news:yJac5.646$jS4.148544@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? > > <veg> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > > > > > > > > > > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > > > > > > I was at least begging for something..... > > > > > > > > > > > > A spanking? > > > > > > > > > > Only if you promise to kiss it and make it better > > > > afterward... > > > > > > > > Of course. > > > > > > Bends over your knee.... > > > > > > <SMACK> > > Owie! NOW kiss it! Mwhahahahahahahahhaahhahahahahaha!~!!

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:9n6cnso300s8jh7apse06mfvcu5s80hv4j@4ax.com... > On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 17:57:06 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" > <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > > >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > > >That would explain your odor... > > At least *I* used soap the last time I showered (which was 10 > minutes ago). What's your excuse? I had a long hard day of working?

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > You're right, BTW, it is briefs, LOL. > > Yay! Nothing wrong with that! > Yeah there is, they make you infertile! -- * When I ordered spam, clogging my inbox wasn't exactly what I had in mind. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p > > Duh! Why would anything be embarrasing? > Briefs aren't manly enough <g> -- * What is this, a meeting of the ugly convention? ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > I know... but a man can dream, can't he? > > *hug* > *hug* :) -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" wrote... > On Tue, 18 Jul 2000 00:55:21 -0500, "TC" > <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote: > > >> Actually, I do watch it, and I watch it routinely. > > > >Hmmm. Well, this could explain a few things. > > And those things being? Well, just after viewing it the one time, for several days I was extremely moody, not too mention a "bit" outraged that TPTB decided to show their utter contempt for me by creating and showing the episode in the first place. After a few days of snarling at other people and throwing things I went into a long period of denial that the episode ever happened. I have finally reached acceptance that it actually exists and I'm all better now. I can only imagine the cumulative effect of watching it over and over again. I suppose that if Captain Pike had watched "Threshold" over and over again he would have been able to maintain the anger, hatred and other primitive emotions so the Talosians wouldn't have been able to read his mind and force either pleasure or punishment on him. TC

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message news:150720002359591871%brianb1@home.com... > what I usually wear to paint the house inside or out? <g> (painting the house I mean)

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:8Elc5.1631$FA2.207614@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > Well, the inquiring minds will have to keep inquiring, in my case. <g> > > > > You're no fun... > > > > I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p Duh! Why would anything be embarrasing?

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:ZIlc5.7585$ht.525727@news3.cableinet.net... > The lively and perky minx, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) wrote > > > The lively and passionate minx, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > > > Okay - I cannot think of anything REALLY special to come up with > for > > > the > > > > guys, but I think you gals can take it and run with it. > > > > > > > > Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > > > > > > > > Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > > > > > > <grin> > > > Boxers, on occasion very small and thin trunks enhanced with Lycra, > and > > > on a very rare occasion *nothing*.... > > > :-) > > > > <drool> Though I did know YOUR answer to that question already > <vbeg>...... > > Indeed. ;-) Strange huh? Never meeting in person and all..... <veg> > > > *nothing* ... September 9th...... > > *hee hee* > > <smooch> Just a few more hours until..... YOU! HERE! :-))))))))))))))))

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:MZLc5.2547$FA2.311698@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > > On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 01:01:01 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > > > > >How do you work that out? > > > > Has to do with the restraint and constraint he uses when he > > posts. > > I do? > > > Not to mention how he holds on to specific threads. Briefs do > > that to a man. > > > > Errrr... OK. > > You're right, BTW, it is briefs, LOL. Yay! Nothing wrong with that!

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:2jc6nskbp913lr236udj6oenbt4siguspo@4ax.com... > On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 22:38:54 -0500, "Lady Pie aka Michelle" > <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > >> >Fellas - what do you wear underneath it all????? > >> > >> Silk. > > > >Oooohhhh - I like. > >Not THAT way, but still...... > > Regardless of how expensive they are -- they're a hell of a > lot more comfortable than some of the cloth used in undies. Indeed it is! > > >> >Spill the beans... inquiring minds want to know! > >> > >> Indeed. > > > >Hee hee - I thought someone might get a kick out of this. > > Better than the therapy I needed when mom came home with a > vibrator and attempted to show it to me. > *thinking* oookkkaayyyy........ <g>

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: My own picks... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:LNac5.26285$MT.940179@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:eJac5.645$jS4.147070@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > Ta! You didn't even respond to this. > > > > > > > > <cries> > > > > > > LOL > > > Sorry, I was still in full lurk. > > > > I know. But it was my attempt to get you back. :-( > > I know. :-) YAY! <kissies> The award goes to none other than the handsome, the > > > sexy, the incredible > > > > > ~~~~ Ta'! ~~~~~.... > > > > > > <blush> > > > > Truth. > > <blush> I love it when you do that..... > > > > > > > > > And I will kick Cattiva's a** if she tries to get in > my > > > way when it comes > > > > to > > > > > you ...... <veg>. > > > > > > Now *that* I would love to see. A real kewl Cat > fight... > > > > Oh? Hmmm..... well, we shall see. > > Indeed. Yeppers... > > > As long as she doesn't cross me, she will live a long and > healthy life <eg>. > > > Hmmm... I still wanna see you two fight. That would be... > interesting... IF she ever comes out of hiding.... > > But I have claims on you .... > > <blush>< red again? Must be my lucky night.....

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:DMac5.26273$MT.939953@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> > wrote in message > news:yJac5.646$jS4.148544@feed.centuryinter.net... > > > > > > > > YAY! Can I help? What shall I grab????? > <veg> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Thats just begging for a reply... > > > > > > > > > > > > that WAS the plan my dear...... > > > > > > I was at least begging for something..... > > > > > > > > > > A spanking? > > > > > > > > Only if you promise to kiss it and make it better > > > afterward... > > > > > > Of course. > > > > Bends over your knee.... > > > <SMACK> Owie! NOW kiss it!

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message news:160720000015106712%brianb1@home.com... > In article <IE9c5.576$jS4.147217@feed.centuryinter.net>, Lady Pie aka > Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > > ACK! *blush* I can't believe you said that.... Well, yes I can. I am > > having a really bad influence on you. Must be that 16 inch leather mini > > skirt or something...... > > It must be this THUD! or something... Ask Pie in a couple of weeks ... <g>

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:3Elc5.1624$FA2.207585@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet > <veg> > > > > Nah - more the merrier for me.... > > > > Hey, no fair... you don't mind being alone with Ta' in a dark closet! That's > just favouritism! It is the troll influence I guess....

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:5Elc5.1626$FA2.207614@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > That much is obvious. <eg> > > > > hee hee = at least I didn;t say that I was on my knees... > > > > The first person who makes a Monica Lewinsky crack gets spaced! <g> Oh dear.... :-)

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:pDlc5.7563$ht.521814@news3.cableinet.net... > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > > message > > > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet > <veg> > > In the history of things that are just *not* gonna happen, this is one > of the most *not* gonna happen ones. I know...... they would all be kicked out but you, my love... I was just teasing. But you know that already. :-) > >

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message news:hDnc5.1716$FA2.221064@nnrp3.clara.net... > "Engaged Pie (aka Gordon)" <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the closet > > <veg> > > > > In the history of things that are just *not* gonna happen, this is one > > of the most *not* gonna happen ones. > > > > I know... but a man can dream, can't he? *hug*

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:rElc5.7568$ht.524150@news3.cableinet.net... > Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote > > > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote > in > > > message > > > > > > > > Fun? Fun? Did someone say fun? > > > > > > > > *grabs Pie, Ta', EB and Brian and rushes into a dark closet* > > > > > > > > hee hee - well you DID say fun......... > > > > > > > > > > It'd be even more fun if you kick Pie, Ta' and Brian out of the > closet > > <veg> > > > > Nah - more the merrier for me.... > > After all, you need at least 6 people for a good team game of Trivial > Pursuit. Indeed <vbeg>....

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:IHlc5.7581$ht.525513@news3.cableinet.net... > The lovely, perfect and MINE, Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > > > > > > > I would be screwed regardless <wink>. > > > > > > Not until September 9 you won't. :-) > > > > ACK! *blush* I can't believe you said that.... > > Oh? > <g> Yeah.... you realy HAVE come out of your shell <eg>. > > > Well, yes I can. I am having a really bad influence on you. > > Now I wouldn't say that..... Really? Well, you just wait then.... > > > Must be that 16 inch leather mini > > skirt or something...... > > <grinning ear to ear> > Yeah, or something. Or something..... > > I don't even have to read the other replies to this post to know the > Thud-o-meter will be in trouble. *blush* and what about you?

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) <sweetiepie_1966@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:sNlc5.7603$ht.526757@news3.cableinet.net... > The lovely, passionate and marvellous Lady Pie aka Michelle wrote > > Engaged Pie (aka Gordon) wrote > > > Citizen G'Kar wrote > > > > IIRC we did this over July and August last year, so it's about > that > > > time. A > > > > further post on categories will appear over the next couple of > days, > > > as > > > > soon as I can remember what they were last year... > > > > > > > > > Sounds like a bit of fun, is there an award this year for the person > who > > > revived the most threads from a previous year? > > > <points at "The appeal of Tom Paris"> > > > > > > > <g> Best online romance turned real life? Sexiest man in a kilt? > Only > > person to know exactly what is under that kilt???? > > > > *runs* > > <runs quicker and catches you> > What about sexiest woman in a 16-inch mini? Only person to know exactly > what is under that skirt? Uh.... true. <eg> *wink* > > > >

2000-07-19 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


<the_starwolf@my-deja.com> wrote in message news:8kvnq1$8mc$1@nnrp1.deja.com... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <TehTigre@centurytel.net> wrote: > > having a really bad influence on you. Must be that 16 inch leather > mini skirt or something...... > > That would do it. ;-)~~~~ Especially on a tall woman with long legs..... > > Now, think you can talk TREK's costumers in that general direction? > Probably not. ***sigh*** Pity... Well there is that catsuit of Seven's....

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 19 Jul 2000 19:30:57 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message >> > >> > I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p >> >> Duh! Why would anything be embarrasing? > >Briefs aren't manly enough <g> What is then? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 19 Jul 2000 18:27:05 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. >> > >> >That would explain your odor... >> >> At least *I* used soap the last time I showered (which was >> 10 minutes ago). What's your excuse? > >I had a long hard day of working? Doing what? Typing? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 17:24:58 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: |I had a long hard day of working? | | Doing what? Typing? Masked Man------>Which begs the question of whether you actually do any work, Baldelli. Or do you just troll Usenet on the job? -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:oslensoenkuq1ls2miu2i3ic4o715953kr@4ax.com... > On Wed, 19 Jul 2000 18:27:05 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" > <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > >> > > >> >That would explain your odor... > >> > >> At least *I* used soap the last time I showered (which was > >> 10 minutes ago). What's your excuse? > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > Doing what? Typing? Not quite, pizza boy.

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:3977AEF9.8D8F3403@collegetoday.com... > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > > >> > > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > > >> > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > > > Not quite. Pizza boy. > > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last > comes out ... in the pizza industry. *BURP*

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message > > thud <g> > nothing? > I clean house nude sometimes.... > OMG!!!!!!! *dies and goes to heaven* -- * Don't you pass out on me now! ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:khdd5.938$jS4.237353@feed.centuryinter.net... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > Hey, no fair... you don't mind being alone with Ta' in a dark closet! That's > > just favouritism! > > It is the troll influence I guess.... > Well, it makes me feel unwanted... *sob* -- * In the service of the Greater AGQx Imperium ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:Qidd5.939$jS4.234324@feed.centuryinter.net... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > The first person who makes a Monica Lewinsky crack gets spaced! <g> > > Oh dear.... > :-) > <eg> -- * Meow. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8l4t4c$ro$6@newsg1.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > You're right, BTW, it is briefs, LOL. > > > > Yay! Nothing wrong with that! > > > > Yeah there is, they make you infertile! Then go without my friend!

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8l4t4d$ro$7@newsg1.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > message > > > > EvilBill[AGQx] <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote in message > > > > > > I don't want to be embarrassed in front of the whole NG :-p > > > > Duh! Why would anything be embarrasing? > > > > Briefs aren't manly enough <g> sez who?

2000-07-20 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lady Pie aka Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk>)


Brian Barjenbruch <brianb1@home.com> wrote in message news:190720000923136215%brianb1@home.com... > In article <q9dd5.930$jS4.237021@feed.centuryinter.net>, Lady Pie aka > Michelle <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote: > > > > what I usually wear to paint the house > > > > inside or out? <g> (painting the house I mean) > > Inside. thud <g> nothing? I clean house nude sometimes.... > > I don't have the guts to try painting the outside of the house yet, > because that would involve a ladder, and I'm afraid of ladders (long > story). *comfort* I am too clumsy and I do not like heights.... or steps.

2000-07-21 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <39793669.594E4BE2@collegetoday.com>, Zabana says... > >Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: >> Zabana Brandon wrote: >> > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: >> > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: >> > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: >> > > > >> > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. >> > > > >> > >> > > > >> >That would explain your odor... >> > > > >> >> > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time >> > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). >> > > > >> What's your excuse? >> > > > > >> > > > >I had a long hard day of working? >> > > > >> > > > Doing what? Typing? >> > > >> > > Not quite. Pizza boy. >> > >> > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last >> > comes out ... in the pizza industry. >> >> *BURP* > >Dood ... was that a gay burp or what? Gay burp...is that slang for something? "Write a scenario!"

2000-07-21 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > >> > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > >> > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > Not quite. Pizza boy. Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last comes out ... in the pizza industry.

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (ali@jupiter23.demon.co.uk)


On Sat, 22 Jul 2000 16:47:36 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message >> On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:50:04 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >> > >> >Well, at school I got made fun of for wearing briefs... >> >> That was then. This is now. >> > >But the world is not so different a place as it was 8 or 9 years ago. > maybe but breifs are cooler and boxers aren't as "in" as they once were.

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... > "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in > > > > Then go without my friend! > > > > Heh, just imagine if I did, and forgot to do up my zipper after going to the > toilet at work... I only made.... I mean, you'll only make that mistake once. TC

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8lcl6n$efu$1@slb2.atl.mindspring.net>, "TC" aka commando boy says... > >"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... >> "Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in >> > >> > Then go without my friend! >> > >> >> Heh, just imagine if I did, and forgot to do up my zipper after going to >the >> toilet at work... > >I only made.... I mean, you'll only make that mistake once. LOL!!

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


>>> <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: >>> > >>> >Well, at school I got made fun of for wearing briefs... >>> >>> That was then. This is now. >>> >> >>But the world is not so different a place as it was 8 or 9 years ago. >> > >maybe but breifs are cooler and boxers aren't as "in" as they once >were. Patrick Stewart paraded around on stage in "Ride Down Mt Morgon" for a whole scene only in a pair of very tight briefs. How much "cooler" can you get than that??? By the way, I was only 5 rows away center stage and I can confirm that the rumors about him are true. Those briefs left very little to the imagination. And no, I don't remember a single thing else about that scene, no dialog, no nuthin.

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:39793669.594E4BE2@collegetoday.com... > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > > > > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > > > > >> > > > > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > > > > >> > > > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > > > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > > > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > > > > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > > > > > > > Not quite. Pizza boy. > > > > > > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last > > > comes out ... in the pizza industry. > > > > *BURP* > > Dood ... was that a gay burp or what? You obviously missed the deep tone of the burp, which when taken with the seet melodious frquency producted by modulating and remodulating my vocal cords to sing "Joy to the World" in a c flat, I would say, NO./

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:50:04 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > > >Well, at school I got made fun of for wearing briefs... > > That was then. This is now. > But the world is not so different a place as it was 8 or 9 years ago. -- * Cold coffee is very possibly the foulest thing known to man. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:45:56 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <evilbill25NOSPAM@freeuk.com> wrote: > > > >I do? > > Most certainly... > I take that as a compliment :) > > Wear boxers or freeball for a while, and your attitude will > noticeably change within a month. > Weird. -- * In the service of the Greater AGQx Imperium ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:GfAd5.1087$jS4.269893@feed.centuryinter.net... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in > message news:8l4t4d$ro$7@newsg1.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > Briefs aren't manly enough <g> > > sez who? > Guys who don't wear them. <g> -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lady Pie aka Michelle" <LadyPie_2000@NOLIKESPAMyahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:ofAd5.1086$jS4.269832@feed.centuryinter.net... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in > message news:8l4t4c$ro$6@newsg1.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > Yeah there is, they make you infertile! > > Then go without my friend! > Heh, just imagine if I did, and forgot to do up my zipper after going to the toilet at work...

2000-07-22 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > > > >> > > > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > > > >> > > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > > > > > Not quite. Pizza boy. > > > > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last > > comes out ... in the pizza industry. > > *BURP* Dood ... was that a gay burp or what?

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"Shammie" wrote... > > Patrick Stewart paraded around on stage in "Ride Down Mt Morgon" for a whole > scene only in a pair of very tight briefs. How much "cooler" can you get than > that??? By the way, I was only 5 rows away center stage and I can confirm that > the rumors about him are true. Those briefs left very little to the imagination. > And no, I don't remember a single thing else about that scene, no dialog, no > nuthin. So it is true that he is a semi-post-operative transsexual waiting on breast implants. Well, you would think that they would have at least stuffed socks in the briefs to make it appear that he still had what it takes. Maybe he's too proud for that. TC

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... > > > > Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of > endowment... So stuff a sock in there. You were going to wait for marriage anyway so a theoretical girlfriend wouldn't know the difference until it was too late. Besides, you're English. No one expects much of an endowment. TC <veg> > > * This is turning into One Of Those Days. > > ICQ: 37464244 > Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail. > >

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:07:59 -0700, VoyagerLady <voyagerlady13NOvoSPAM@yahoo.com.invalid> wrote: |There have been several reports on the local news about how the |Internet affects job performance in the work place. Many |employees were found to be spending more time playing on line |than doing their jobs. This reportedly led to some people being |fired. Masked Man------>The Deputy Director where I work was forced to resign after =30 years= for going to the 'wrong' sites on the Internet. -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Masked Man continued his Campaign of Hatred when he wrote... > On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 00:33:05 -0400, Merrick Baldelli > <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > > | What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that > |allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem > |comprehending? > > Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the > length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job > performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might > reasonably expect. LOL. You have no idea what he does, nor for whom, but you can judge his work preformance. Amazing.

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 00:33:05 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: | What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that |allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem |comprehending? Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might reasonably expect. -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (VoyagerLady <voyagerlady13NOvoSPAM@yahoo.com.invalid>)


kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) wrote: >On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 00:33:05 -0400, Merrick Baldelli ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > >| What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that >|allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem >|comprehending? > >Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the >length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job >performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might >reasonably expect. >-- > There have been several reports on the local news about how the Internet affects job performance in the work place. Many employees were found to be spending more time playing on line than doing their jobs. This reportedly led to some people being fired. Ronda > > > >Who was that masked man? > > ----------------------------------------------------------- Got questions? Get answers over the phone at Keen.com. Up to 100 minutes free! http://www.keen.com

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 17:53:28 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >> Doing what? Typing? > >Not quite, pizza boy. Pizza Delivery. Well that explains everything. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 22:11:34 GMT, kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) wrote: >On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 17:24:58 -0400, Merrick Baldelli ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > >|I had a long hard day of working? >| >| Doing what? Typing? > >Masked Man------>Which begs the question of whether you actually do >any work, Baldelli. Or do you just troll Usenet on the job? What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem comprehending? That was posted three weeks ago by the way. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Shammie" <Shammie_member@newsguy.com> wrote in message > > Patrick Stewart paraded around on stage in "Ride Down Mt Morgon" for a whole > scene only in a pair of very tight briefs. How much "cooler" can you get than > that??? By the way, I was only 5 rows away center stage and I can confirm that > the rumors about him are true. Those briefs left very little to the imagination. *sigh* My sense of inadequacy just continues to grow... -- * This is turning into One Of Those Days. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"TC" <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... > > > > Heh, just imagine if I did, and forgot to do up my zipper after going to the > > toilet at work... > > I only made.... I mean, you'll only make that mistake once. > LOL! -- * This is turning into One Of Those Days. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Ali Andrews" <ali@jupiter23.demon.co.uk> wrote in message > On Sat, 22 Jul 2000 16:47:36 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >But the world is not so different a place as it was 8 or 9 years ago. > > maybe but breifs are cooler and boxers aren't as "in" as they once > were. > Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of endowment... -- * This is turning into One Of Those Days. ICQ: 37464244 Remove NOSPAM to reply by e-mail.

2000-07-23 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:7afkns816dhqn2l48ovo8tk3oiri1kk9di@4ax.com... > On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 17:53:28 -0500, "Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" > <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > > >> Doing what? Typing? > > > >Not quite, pizza boy. > > Pizza Delivery. Well that explains everything. Doesnt it tho? Ta' - Not to be confused with less loved occasional pizza drivers...

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (ali@jupiter23.demon.co.uk)


On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 15:50:32 GMT, Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote: > >A bottle of champagne over lunch works wonders too, I hear. <eg> LOL Actually in my case it sends me straght to sleep! Drinking in the afternoon really doesn't agree with me. > ><g> There were two cute redhead secretaries in my second law firm. After >I left, I asked the best looking one out, but she wasn't interested. The >other one was, however, and we dated for a few years. :-) Did you tell her she was second choice?<g> > >> Good afternoon Steve :-) > > >Hi Allie! :-) *smooch* Allie x

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (ali@jupiter23.demon.co.uk)


On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 17:43:06 GMT, Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote: >You should qualify that with most "intelligent" >companies. There are a *lot* of people who >haven't yet discovered this idea - happy employees >make for better business which equals better >product which makes for more sales and that equals >more money. Oops you are absolutly right of course! I do think many companies are getting wise to this though....especially for staff whose skills are hard to come by. >I mean ... truly, what is *so* hard about under- >standing that? Is it simply a matter of greed >on the parts of owners or ineptness on the part >of managers? A bit of both IMO. Allie x

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


Masked Man doth write thus: >Merrick Baldelli ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > >| What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that >|allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem >|comprehending? > >Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the >length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job >performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might >reasonably expect. If Merrick's employers don't have any problem with his job performance, why should we? It's not as if we could reasonably expect you to be very forthcoming about the details of your position, if asked. ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:397C8F34.B3AF89FF@collegetoday.com... > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > > > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > > > > > > >> > > > > > > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > > > > > > >> > > > > > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > > > > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > > > > > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > > > > > > > > > > > Not quite. Pizza boy. > > > > > > > > > > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last > > > > > comes out ... in the pizza industry. > > > > > > > > *BURP* > > > > > > Dood ... was that a gay burp or what? > > > > You obviously missed the deep tone of the burp ... > > Deep tone has nothing to do with sounding or > being gay. *Going* deep, on the other hand ... > > > ... which when taken with the sweet melodious > > frquency produced by modulating and remodulating > > my butt cheeks to sing "Joy to the World" in a > > c flat, I would say, NO. > > > o_o > > > Dood ... you modulate your *buttcheeks*??? Talented, aint I?

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice" <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Masked Man <kemosabe@skyenet.net> wrote in message news:3984ba5e.446919785@news.mindspring.com... > On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 17:43:06 GMT, Zabana Brandon > <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote: > > |I mean ... truly, what is *so* hard about under- > |standing that? Is it simply a matter of greed > |on the parts of owners or ineptness on the part > |of managers? > > Masked Man------>Actually, it's a lot of backbiting on the part of > employees. When a co-worker runs to my boss's office, and says, "That > bastard is on the internet all day!", what is a manager to do? At a > minimum he has to check it out, or later down the line, it could be > his ass.... I see the comprehension problem is still not solved...

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 17:43:06 GMT, Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote: |I mean ... truly, what is *so* hard about under- |standing that? Is it simply a matter of greed |on the parts of owners or ineptness on the part |of managers? Masked Man------>Actually, it's a lot of backbiting on the part of employees. When a co-worker runs to my boss's office, and says, "That bastard is on the internet all day!", what is a manager to do? At a minimum he has to check it out, or later down the line, it could be his ass.... -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Mon, 24 Jul 2000 09:20:57 +0100, "Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk> wrote: |There are also reports that the Internet has improved job performance. |People spend less time on the phone talking to friends and are more likely |to send a quick email to organise something. Also some studies have found |that allowing a certain amount of personal stuff on the Internet makes for a |happier more relaxed member of staff who works harder and better. At the end |of the day it depends on the individual. Masked Man------>Thank you. You just made my day! -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Allie Andrews wrote: > Absolutely! Most companies realise that it is > better in the long run if staff are allowed to > goof off a little, whether that be by emailing > a friend, reading a newsgroup, doing a little > surfing, having a cigarette break, having a > coffee break, popping to the shops for an > emergency chocolate bar, chatting to a > colleague etc etc.. After doing any of these > things most people will work better. You should qualify that with most "intelligent" companies. There are a *lot* of people who haven't yet discovered this idea - happy employees make for better business which equals better product which makes for more sales and that equals more money. I mean ... truly, what is *so* hard about under- standing that? Is it simply a matter of greed on the parts of owners or ineptness on the part of managers?

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil everything else. > > > > > > >> > > > > > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > > > > > >> > > > > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > > > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > > > > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > > > > > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > > > > > > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > > > > > > > > > Not quite. Pizza boy. > > > > > > > > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last > > > > comes out ... in the pizza industry. > > > > > > *BURP* > > > > Dood ... was that a gay burp or what? > > You obviously missed the deep tone of the burp ... Deep tone has nothing to do with sounding or being gay. *Going* deep, on the other hand ... > ... which when taken with the sweet melodious > frquency produced by modulating and remodulating > my butt cheeks to sing "Joy to the World" in a > c flat, I would say, NO. o_o Dood ... you modulate your *buttcheeks*???

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


Stevie-pops wrote: > My experience is that it's human nature to goof off a bit during the > work day regardless of the technology. When I was working downtown back > in the Stone Age <g> I didn't even have a computer, and yet me and the > other associates would yak about women, drink coffee and talk about > football, I'd scam on the cute secretaries, etc. So, I don't see what > the difference is about the Internet. Absolutely! Most companies realise that it is better in the long run if staff are allowed to goof off a little, whether that be by emailing a friend, reading a newsgroup, doing a little surfing, having a cigarette break, having a coffee break, popping to the shops for an emergency chocolate bar, chatting to a colleague etc etc.. After doing any of these things most people will work better. Oh and what a surprise Steve's goofing off involving cute women!! Good afternoon Steve :-) Allie x

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.demon.co.uk>)


VoyagerLady <voyagerlady13NOvoSPAM@yahoo.com.invalid> wrote > > There have been several reports on the local news about how the > Internet affects job performance in the work place. Many > employees were found to be spending more time playing on line > than doing their jobs. This reportedly led to some people being > fired. There are also reports that the Internet has improved job performance. People spend less time on the phone talking to friends and are more likely to send a quick email to organise something. Also some studies have found that allowing a certain amount of personal stuff on the Internet makes for a happier more relaxed member of staff who works harder and better. At the end of the day it depends on the individual.

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Shammie wrote: [snip] > I have to strongly agree here. I was uncomfortable with it last year (and I even > won something!)but I don't think it's necessary to continue this. It's not fair > to newbies or people who aren't quite new but haven't been here long enough to > establish themselves in the "limelight" yet, etc. It does end up being > cliqueish. There is also the very real possibility that some people might feel > left out who are not nominated or who don't win. Like I said, even tho I > participated last year, I confess it made me quite uncomfortable and I actually > felt embarrassed with the award. > I'm sure your intentions are all in good fun, GK, but please reconsider. I was a newbie back when the first Annual Kes Award thingy was goin' on.. I didn't feel left out, and I had no problem with it (other than the fact that I didn't know everybody yet so I didn't know where all the awards were coming from or being awarded for exactly). I sort of thought of the whole thing as something for fun, like the Emmys or Oscars. I think it might be fun. :} Just my opinion. :} -- .-~* Jup *I spent a day by the river It was quiet and the wind stood still I spent some time with nature To remind me of all that's real It's funny how silence speaks sometimes when you're alone And remember that you feel* -'Faceless Man,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 22 Jul 2000 16:48:28 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> Wear boxers or freeball for a while, and your attitude will >> noticeably change within a month. > >Weird. Why? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 22 Jul 2000 16:47:36 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> >Well, at school I got made fun of for wearing briefs... >> >> That was then. This is now. > >But the world is not so different a place as it was 8 or 9 years ago. Ahhh, but it is. And it's especially different than 10 - 15 years ago. And again in 20 - 25 years ago. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 22 Jul 2000 16:49:11 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > Briefs aren't manly enough <g> >> >> sez who? > >Guys who don't wear them. <g> Aren't these the same that need to have some sort of power item between their legs? Like Paris? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of >endowment... I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 22 Jul 2000 16:49:55 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> Then go without my friend! >> > >Heh, just imagine if I did, and forgot to do up my zipper after going to the >toilet at work... Ummm, if it's going to get caught, it's going to get caught. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"TC" <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... > > > > Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of > > endowment... > > So stuff a sock in there. You were going to wait for marriage anyway so a > theoretical girlfriend wouldn't know the difference until it was too late. No, just waiting for a serious relationship... and considering the way Chlo��� is treating me now, it seems obvious that, despite having loved her, I didn't know her at all... > Besides, you're English. No one expects much of an endowment. > *Ta-patented bitchslap* -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-25 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wroteded: > > > > > > > Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > > > > > > Ta', Hannibal Lecters Apprentice wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >> >> Why not? I happily spoil > > > > > > > > >> >> everything else. > > > > > > > > >> >That would explain your odor... > > > > > > > > >> At least *I* used soap the last time > > > > > > > > >> I showered (which was 10 minutes ago). > > > > > > > > >> What's your excuse? > > > > > > > > >I had a long hard day of working? > > > > > > > > Doing what? Typing? > > > > > > > Not quite. Pizza boy. > > > > > > Short, sweet, and to the point ... Ta at last > > > > > > comes out ... in the pizza industry. > > > > > *BURP* > > > > Dood ... was that a gay burp or what? > > > You obviously missed the deep tone of the burp ... > > Deep tone has nothing to do with sounding or > > being gay. *Going* deep, on the other hand ... > > > ... which when taken with the sweet melodious > > > frquency produced by modulating and remodulating > > > my butt cheeks to sing "Joy to the World" in a > > > c flat, I would say, NO. > > > > o_o > > > > > > Dood ... you modulate your *buttcheeks*??? > > Talented, aint I? You poot, therefore you stink.

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 18:06:47 GMT, kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) wrote: >On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 00:33:05 -0400, Merrick Baldelli ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > >| What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that >|allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem >|comprehending? > >Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the >length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job >performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might >reasonably expect. I'm still waiting for your proof to my Political Correct viewpoint on life. What's that? Going to pull an Amarna and wave your hand, saying, "the truth is out there?" I'll accept that as your admission for being a failure. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 24 Jul 2000 19:51:15 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>| What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that >>|allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem >>|comprehending? >> >>Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the >>length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job >>performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might >>reasonably expect. > >If Merrick's employers don't have any problem with his job performance, why >should we? It's not as if we could reasonably expect you to be very >forthcoming about the details of your position, if asked. There there. It's blatantly obvious he's jealous that I can spend the time that I can on the Usenet when he has to take his personal time to do the same thing. That's alright though, if it hasn't become obvious, I've been assigned a project that's been keeping me busy. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 06:49:27 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in >an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". Whatever.. When does this pity-party stop, Bill I want to get off. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"Shammie" wrote ... > In article <8lmeto$fsi$1@slb7.atl.mindspring.net>, "TC" says... > > >> *Ta-patented bitchslap* > > > >Fiver patented duck, bob and weave. > > But the "bitchslap" only showed up after Fiver's "[slaps Ta' a little]" > So does it count? So what you are saying is "bitchslap" is just a shorthand way of saying "slaps Ta' a little"? Isn't entomology fun? TC

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8loeaa$lkp$1@nntp9.atl.mindspring.net>, "TC" says... >So what you are saying is "bitchslap" is just a shorthand way of saying >"slaps Ta' a little"? Wait, I'll tell you [slaps Ta' a little] <bitchslaps Ta'> Hmmmmm...actually I felt a subtle difference. >Isn't entomology fun? Yeah!

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 06:49:27 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message >> On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> >> >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of >> >endowment... >> >> I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT >> LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. >> > >Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in >an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". A woman in love finds the most average guy "very special", because he is her guy :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 09:34:12 +0100, "Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: |The average guy is exactly what most women want. Masked Man------>Bobs are what every woman wants, although they don't know it... ----- The Bob Book aka Hillbilly Bob -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 09:07:11 -0600, "Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net> wrote: |a partner who is |much larger than average. Masked Man------>Well, I weigh over 120 kg....Oh, you meant....something else! My bad... -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8llttq$hb9$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > > On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > > <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of > > >endowment... > > > > I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT > > LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. > > > > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". Dude, there is not much you can do about it now, so don't worry about it so much. Just run out and get yourself a copy of the Kama Sutra. Chicks dig that sort of thing.

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net>)


"Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8lm94u$5js$3@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > EvilBill[AGQx] <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> > wrote > > > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested > in > > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". > Wrong! > > The average guy is exactly what most women want. I read somewhere that most women's sexual fantasies include a partner who is much larger than average. Like they're gonna dream about a guy suffering from micro-penis. Talk about confirming the obvious...

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8lmeto$fsi$1@slb7.atl.mindspring.net>, "TC" says... >> *Ta-patented bitchslap* > >Fiver patented duck, bob and weave. But the "bitchslap" only showed up after Fiver's "[slaps Ta' a little]" So does it count?

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of > >endowment... > > I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT > LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". -- * You'd like to think that, wouldn't you? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". Wrong! The average guy is exactly what most women want. Allie x

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TC <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... > "TC" <yewston@ix.REMOVE.netcom.com> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote... > > it seems obvious that, despite having loved her, I > didn't know her at all... Well, as it was so aptly demonstrated here recently, that is not an unusual thing for an internet relationship. > > Besides, you're English. No one expects much of an endowment. > > > > *Ta-patented bitchslap* Fiver patented duck, bob and weave.

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Tue, 25 Jul 2000 20:01:57 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: | Ahhh, but it is. And it's especially different than 10 - 15 |years ago. And again in 20 - 25 years ago. Masked Man------>Can you be a little more specific there, Baldelli? -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Bizarro Za' <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta' wrote: > Stop making an Ass outta me. Now there's a quote to keep ... :)

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


If I go crazy, will you still call me superman?

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Masked Man" <kemosabe@skyenet.net> wrote in message > On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 19:13:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > |So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? > > Masked Man------>Bill, this is so easy: by *not* trying! > I "tried" that before... just waited... and waited... and waited... -- * Assimilate this! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Masked Man <kemosabe@skyenet.net> wrote in message news:398688b0.147824555@news.mindspring.com... > On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 14:06:17 -0400, Merrick Baldelli > <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > > | Then tell me what evidence lead you to the conclusion of my > |job performance? > > Masked Man------>I post a lot here, too. I know how long it takes to > write a couple dozen posts, and I dont write as much as you do. > Assuming you work an eight hour day like most of us, and taking you at > your word that you post from work, and assuming further that you > compose your articles at work on work time, and allowing a 5-25% fudge > factor in that you may think and type faster than I do - I'd say at a > minimum you're spending three hours a day gold bricking on company > time. As the Evil Klown points out, it's none of my business, but as > you call me a hypocrite, it's a way for my to cast doubt on the > credibility of some of your holier-than-thou posts. ROFL. You assume a lot there. I on average spend a half an hour reading the NG and responding the first time. Time permeting, I go for more. Granted I dont write much, but I can usually spurt them out quickly too. Stop making an Ass outta me.

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 18:10:00 GMT, "Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote: > >"EvilBill[AGQx]" ><devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> skrev i >meddelandet news:8llttq$hb9$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk... >> "Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message >> > On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> > <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> > >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of >> > >endowment... >> > >> > I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT >> > LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. >> > >> >> Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested >in >> an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". > >You know EB a average, normal, decent guy is all I ever wanted. >And when you become interested in that guy, then he becomes something >special. > Wholeheartedly agreed!!!! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 19:13:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: |So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? Masked Man------>Bill, this is so easy: by *not* trying! -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Merrick Baldelli wroteded: > Masked Man wrote: > >Merrick Baldelli wrote: > > > >| There there. It's blatantly obvious he's jealous that I can > >|spend the time that I can on the Usenet when he has to take his > >|personal time to do the same thing. > > > >Masked Man------>Of all the emotions I've experienced during this time > >we've had to chat, Baldelli, I can safely say that jealousy and envy > >have not been among them.... > > Then tell me what evidence lead you to the conclusion of my > job performance? > > By the way -- regarding your request for proof for the changes > in the last 10 - 15 and 20 - 25 years, I've got that on kept. When > you're able to post either your evidence on my job performance, or > proof to my politically correct standpoint, I'll answer that question > regarding proof. Nothing I can't stand more than some hypocrite > asking for proof to changes when they provide none of their own. You're a very complicated man, aren't you, Merrick?

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net> wrote in message > > I read somewhere that most women's sexual fantasies include a partner who is > much larger than average. Like they're gonna dream about a guy suffering > from micro-penis. Talk about confirming the obvious... > *crawls into a corner and dies* -- * Shit! Just overshot LZ, Command! Cripes, this thing is a brick! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 06:49:27 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in > >an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". > > A woman in love finds the most average guy "very special", because he > is her guy :-) > So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? -- * Your neutrinos are drifting. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 14:06:17 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: | Then tell me what evidence lead you to the conclusion of my |job performance? Masked Man------>I post a lot here, too. I know how long it takes to write a couple dozen posts, and I dont write as much as you do. Assuming you work an eight hour day like most of us, and taking you at your word that you post from work, and assuming further that you compose your articles at work on work time, and allowing a 5-25% fudge factor in that you may think and type faster than I do - I'd say at a minimum you're spending three hours a day gold bricking on company time. As the Evil Klown points out, it's none of my business, but as you call me a hypocrite, it's a way for my to cast doubt on the credibility of some of your holier-than-thou posts. -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > > On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 06:49:27 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > > >Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested > in > > >an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". > > > > A woman in love finds the most average guy "very special", because he > > is her guy :-) > > > > So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? > Alas there EB, there is no way to *get* someone to fall in love with you unless you have some magic powers or something. Every relationship I've been in is a series of random events. Either they like you or they don't and you can never tell which way the ball is going to bounce until it hits you right smack in the face. * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 01:47:11 GMT, kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) wrote: >On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 19:36:47 -0400, Merrick Baldelli ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > >| There there. It's blatantly obvious he's jealous that I can >|spend the time that I can on the Usenet when he has to take his >|personal time to do the same thing. > >Masked Man------>Of all the emotions I've experienced during this time >we've had to chat, Baldelli, I can safely say that jealousy and envy >have not been among them.... Then tell me what evidence lead you to the conclusion of my job performance? By the way -- regarding your request for proof for the changes in the last 10 - 15 and 20 - 25 years, I've got that on kept. When you're able to post either your evidence on my job performance, or proof to my politically correct standpoint, I'll answer that question regarding proof. Nothing I can't stand more than some hypocrite asking for proof to changes when they provide none of their own. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Countess Tess <grevetess@chello.se>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> skrev i meddelandet news:8llttq$hb9$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > > On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > > <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of > > >endowment... > > > > I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT > > LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. > > > > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". You know EB a average, normal, decent guy is all I ever wanted. And when you become interested in that guy, then he becomes something special. Tess

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Countess Tess <grevetess@chello.se>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > "Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > > On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 11:54:19 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > > <devlinNOSPAM@NOSPAMagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > >Briefs also leave less to the imagination... showing off my *lack* of > > >endowment... > > > > I thought we covered this nonsense in ICQ. You are NOT > > LACKING. You are indeed average, like most men actually. > > > > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". You know EB a average, normal, decent guy is all I ever wanted. And when you become interested in that guy, then he becomes something special. Tess

2000-07-27 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 19:36:47 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: | There there. It's blatantly obvious he's jealous that I can |spend the time that I can on the Usenet when he has to take his |personal time to do the same thing. Masked Man------>Of all the emotions I've experienced during this time we've had to chat, Baldelli, I can safely say that jealousy and envy have not been among them.... -- Who was that masked man?

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 18:47:22 GMT, Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote: >You're a very complicated man, aren't you, Merrick? I try to be. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 20:22:03 -0500, "Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >If I go crazy, will you still call me superman? I would think we'd call you Bizzaro then. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 00:28:46 -0400, Amarna <amarna@pipeline.com> wrote: >Still being a jerk, Merrick? Too bad. I was starting to like you. >You've written some good things lately. But not this one. I never did anything to gain your approval Amarna. Or haven't you ever figured that out? Besides, you have to admit, that your posting style two and three years ago and today has definitely improved. At least you're not turning this into another "A Babylon 5 Anti-Fan is trolling Voyager." -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 19:13:14 GMT, kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) wrote: >| Then tell me what evidence lead you to the conclusion of my >|job performance? > >Masked Man------>I post a lot here, too. I know how long it takes to >write a couple dozen posts, and I dont write as much as you do. And do you know precisely what I do? And do you know how well I can multitask between two, three and four different tasks? >Assuming you work an eight hour day like most of us, and taking you at >your word that you post from work, and assuming further that you >compose your articles at work on work time, and allowing a 5-25% fudge >factor in that you may think and type faster than I do - I'd say at a >minimum you're spending three hours a day gold bricking on company >time. And do you know how fast I can type? And do you know how fast I can formulate an opinion? >As the Evil Klown points out, it's none of my business, but as >you call me a hypocrite, it's a way for my to cast doubt on the >credibility of some of your holier-than-thou posts. Indeed. And you know what the saying is about ASSUMING, right? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 20:14:24 GMT, kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) wrote: >On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 19:13:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" ><devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > >|So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? > >Masked Man------>Bill, this is so easy: by *not* trying! Exactly. That's what I told him too... Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 23:20:20 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Masked Man" <kemosabe@skyenet.net> wrote in message >> On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 19:13:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> >> |So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? >> >> Masked Man------>Bill, this is so easy: by *not* trying! >> > >I "tried" that before... just waited... and waited... and waited... you didn't wait long enough. - You are too impatient! :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 23:20:20 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >I "tried" that before... just waited... and waited... and waited... > > you didn't wait long enough. - You are too impatient! :-) > So far, I've waited twenty-two years!!! -- * You will become one with the Borg. You will all become one with the Borg. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> skrev i > meddelandet news:8llttq$hb9$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested in > > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". > > You know EB a average, normal, decent guy is all I ever wanted. > And when you become interested in that guy, then he becomes something > special. > But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) -- * The assimilation of this species would detract from our perfection. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? > > > Alas there EB, there is no way to *get* someone to fall in love with you > unless you have some magic powers or something. Every relationship I've > been in is a series of random events. Either they like you or they > don't and you can never tell which way the ball is going to bounce until > it hits you right smack in the face. > *sigh* I hate uncertainties and unpredictabilities... -- * Meow. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 19:30:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message >> >> "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> skrev i >> meddelandet news:8llttq$hb9$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk... >> > >> > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested >in >> > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". >> >> You know EB a average, normal, decent guy is all I ever wanted. >> And when you become interested in that guy, then he becomes something >> special. >> > >But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to >be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) You *are* exceptional - to your friends at least: -) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 21:03:52 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 23:20:20 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> >I "tried" that before... just waited... and waited... and waited... >> >> you didn't wait long enough. - You are too impatient! :-) >> > >So far, I've waited twenty-two years!!! You started waiting as a newborn baby???????????? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-28 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Amarna <amarna@pipeline.com>)


On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 19:36:46 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 18:06:47 GMT, kemosabe@skyenet.net (Masked Man) >wrote: > >>On Sun, 23 Jul 2000 00:33:05 -0400, Merrick Baldelli >><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >> >>| What part of, "I've currently got a cushy well paying job that >>|allows me to play on the Usenet more now..." Do you have a problem >>|comprehending? >> >>Masked Man------>None. I was suggesting rather rudely that the >>length and breadth of your posts supports the conclusion your job >>performance is less than those who pay you that generous salary might >>reasonably expect. > > I'm still waiting for your proof to my Political Correct >viewpoint on life. > > What's that? Going to pull an Amarna and wave your hand, >saying, "the truth is out there?" I'll accept that as your admission >for being a failure. Still being a jerk, Merrick? Too bad. I was starting to like you. You've written some good things lately. But not this one. -- Amarna

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Amarna <amarna@pipeline.com>)


On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 20:08:22 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 00:28:46 -0400, Amarna <amarna@pipeline.com> >wrote: > >>Still being a jerk, Merrick? Too bad. I was starting to like you. >>You've written some good things lately. But not this one. > > I never did anything to gain your approval Amarna. Or haven't >you ever figured that out? > > Besides, you have to admit, Uh, no, I don't. >that your posting style two and >three years ago and today has definitely improved. At least you're >not turning this into another "A Babylon 5 Anti-Fan is trolling >Voyager." Well, for one thing, that isn't happening. -- Amarna

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Bozo the Evil Klown <evilklowwn@aol.comedy> wrote in message news:20000729144231.29547.00000700@ng-cp1.aol.com... > Merrick doth write thus: > > >"Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > >>If I go crazy, will you still call me superman? > > > > I would think we'd call you Bizzaro then. > > Why are we waiting? !!!

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to > > be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) > > You are unique and exceptional. > That has nothing to do if you're average. > It doesn't? I thought being "average" was about being "normal" (ie boring...) -- * You will become one with the Borg. You will all become one with the Borg. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 19:30:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > >But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to > >be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) > > In order to be exceptional, you need to surpass your limits. > Especially the limits you impose on yourself. > What about the limits imposed on me by cruel twists of fate? -- * PH33R my l33t 5k1llZ! I 0wn j00 b10tcH! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


Merrick doth write thus: >"Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: > >>If I go crazy, will you still call me superman? > > I would think we'd call you Bizzaro then. Why are we waiting? ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 19:44:30 GMT, Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote: >>I "tried" that before... just waited... and waited... and waited... > >you didn't wait long enough. - You are too impatient! :-) <Yoda> Feh, adventure. Feh, Excitement. A Jedi craves not these things. Always looking to the stars... To the future... And not where... you... are.... </Yoda> -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 19:30:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to >be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) In order to be exceptional, you need to surpass your limits. Especially the limits you impose on yourself. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-29 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Countess Tess <grevetess@chello.se>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > "Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > > > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" > > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAF**KERagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> skrev i > > meddelandet news:8llttq$hb9$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > > > Yep. AVERAGE. Nothing special. I doubt a woman is going to be interested > in > > > an "average" guy, rather, in someone who IS "something special". > > > > You know EB a average, normal, decent guy is all I ever wanted. > > And when you become interested in that guy, then he becomes something > > special. > > > > But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to > be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) You are unique and exceptional. That has nothing to do if you're average. Tess

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (King of Cyberia <garyli@reincarnate.com.GRETHOR>)


On Jul 28 Julianna Feigl walked on stage, wiggled said hiney and spoke to the members of alt.tv.star-trek.voyager: On Jul 27, 2000, EvilBill wrote: \>|So how do I *get* someone to fall in love with me? \> \>Masked Man------>Bill, this is so easy: by *not* trying! \ \Exactly. That's what I told him too... Do you know why EB is my Klingon blood brother, Julianna? Because we have such similar interests, like being single, afraid to death of insects, yadda yadda. Only differences: he's not a meat eater, I'm not white. For me, I "do not try" everyday for the past four years I have been in college. Maybe my inability to make friends with a total stranger has something to do with it, but no woman ever flirted with me. Of those who did, a blonde was a smoker (nicotine must've clouded her brain ;). The other was just not my type. -- "Why do you ask questions for which you already know the answers?" (Patrick Stewart) WuName: the Silent Observer (Not related to the ppl at www.geocities.com/ussindependencea/index.html) Home of Section 31 and Area 001 Command: home.coqui.net/hannbio/index1.htm

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Sat, 29 Jul 2000 21:43:46 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > >> In order to be exceptional, you need to surpass your limits. > >> Especially the limits you impose on yourself. > > > >What about the limits imposed on me by cruel twists of fate? > > <eye roll> > It was a valid question. Resistance is futile. -- * WTF? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > If only I had enough money... ;-) > > I know, money trouble is a problem for the love life. ;-) > I have about ���40 per month "spare" (i.e. for food) after all the bills are paid. *sigh* -- * WTF? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 29 Jul 2000 21:43:46 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> In order to be exceptional, you need to surpass your limits. >> Especially the limits you impose on yourself. > >What about the limits imposed on me by cruel twists of fate? <eye roll> -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 29 Jul 2000 18:42:31 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>>If I go crazy, will you still call me superman? >> >> I would think we'd call you Bizzaro then. > >Why are we waiting? Hell to freeze over? Oh wait, if that happens Hillbilly Bob would need to admit proof. Hmmmm... Oh I know!!! Voyager to return home. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 29 Jul 2000 21:05:57 -0400, Amarna <amarna@pipeline.com> wrote: >> Besides, you have to admit, > >Uh, no, I don't. Some of us remember this of you. >>that your posting style two and >>three years ago and today has definitely improved. At least you're >>not turning this into another "A Babylon 5 Anti-Fan is trolling >>Voyager." > >Well, for one thing, that isn't happening. <Threepio> Thank the maker. </Threepio> -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Countess Tess <grevetess@chello.se>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > "Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > It doesn't? I thought being "average" was about being "normal" (ie > > > boring...) > > > > I never thought so. > > I have always considered average to describe the physical appearance, > while > > unique and exceptional describes the personality. > > Normal ain't the same as boring. > > It is in my book. "Normal", to me, sounds like "the same as everyone else". > Well, not only have I always been different, that was always the way I > wanted it, too ;-) > > > I always wanted a normal guy to settle down and start a life with. > > > > If only I had enough money... ;-) I know, money trouble is a problem for the love life. ;-) Tess

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > It doesn't? I thought being "average" was about being "normal" (ie > > boring...) > > I never thought so. > I have always considered average to describe the physical appearance, while > unique and exceptional describes the personality. > Normal ain't the same as boring. It is in my book. "Normal", to me, sounds like "the same as everyone else". Well, not only have I always been different, that was always the way I wanted it, too ;-) > I always wanted a normal guy to settle down and start a life with. > If only I had enough money... ;-) -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 19:30:12 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want to > >be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) > > You *are* exceptional - to your friends at least: -) > But I want the whole universe to recognize me! <eg> -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 21:03:52 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >So far, I've waited twenty-two years!!! > > You started waiting as a newborn baby???????????? > Well, not consciously. <g> Consciously, I started waiting when I was about 15... so, over seven years. -- * You'd like to think that, wouldn't you? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-07-30 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Countess Tess <grevetess@chello.se>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > "Countess Tess" <grevetess@chello.se> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > But I don't want to be average! I might just as well be a clone! I want > to > > > be someone completely unique, I want to be exceptional! :) > > > > You are unique and exceptional. > > That has nothing to do if you're average. > > > > It doesn't? I thought being "average" was about being "normal" (ie > boring...) I never thought so. I have always considered average to describe the physical appearance, while unique and exceptional describes the personality. Normal ain't the same as boring. I always wanted a normal guy to settle down and start a life with. Tess

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


No. No f*** off. I'm busy.

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:398601BE.758BCEA8@collegetoday.com... > No. No f*** off. I'm busy. <Rabid Panda>

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Latent Image ((was Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... ) (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (Bear Biz <bear_biz@lycos.com>)


Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > Bill, > > Some self-deprecation may well be appropriate > on some occasions..... but not *every* occasion. As long he varies how he says it, it's interesting to me. Like maybe working it into Voy ep mini reviews. Maybe Bill has already done so, but I don't recall if he like used Latent Image where Janeway finally reactivates part of Doc's memory that she had ordered suppressed almost two years earlier. There was a big fuss about whether or not to reactivate that portion, but Seven helped convince the Captain to restore those particular memories of Doc. Doc relives the alarming sadness he had to go through in choosing to save one life (Kim) over another (Jetal) because there was only time and resources to save one of them after they both got shot in battle. Really startling to see Doc going through emotional upheaval, almost all on the down side. He put himself down often in the ep for his decision to chose one life instead of the other and for not saving BOTH of them. Janeway and some of the crew consoled Doc and helped him through his trying ordeal. And so the Voy ng reg, Bill, or whoever just works in his or her self-deprecation or other related personal issues right in there with Doc putting himself down. Now YOU tell ME or ANYONE how you can beat that kind of ON topic comparison to your own personal problems. If regs still complain about it, too bad, there's too much on topic stuff in there for the complaints to carry any weight in the long run. And of course the incredible TIMING of the air dates of some of the new and repeat eps can be amazing when the plots mimic any current personal issues of the ng regs or yourself that you decide to bitch about. You may, however, find it convenient to slant the reviews a bit to mimic the ng personal issues. I went on a bit here, but about 50% of this post is on topic, so, well, that ain't bad. Bear Biz

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Re: Latent Image ((was Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... ) (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Bear Biz <bear_biz@lycos.com> wrote in message news:j9oh5.2569$OG2.39214@typhoon.san.rr.com... > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > > > Bill, > > > > Some self-deprecation may well be appropriate > > on some occasions..... but not *every* occasion. > > As long he varies how he says it, it's interesting to > me. Like maybe working it into Voy ep mini reviews. > Maybe Bill has already done so, but I don't recall if > he like used Latent Image where Janeway finally > reactivates part of Doc's memory that she had > ordered suppressed almost two years earlier. > There was a big fuss about whether or not to > reactivate that portion, but Seven helped convince > the Captain to restore those particular memories > of Doc. > > Doc relives the alarming sadness he had to go > through in choosing to save one life (Kim) over > another (Jetal) because there was only time and > resources to save one of them after they both got > shot in battle. Really startling to see Doc going > through emotional upheaval, almost all on the down > side. > > He put himself down often in the ep for his decision > to chose one life instead of the other and for not > saving BOTH of them. Janeway and some of the > crew consoled Doc and helped him through his > trying ordeal. > > And so the Voy ng reg, Bill, or whoever just works > in his or her self-deprecation or other related > personal issues right in there with Doc putting > himself down. Now YOU tell ME or ANYONE how > you can beat that kind of ON topic comparison to > your own personal problems. If regs still complain > about it, too bad, there's too much on topic stuff in > there for the complaints to carry any weight in the > long run. > > And of course the incredible TIMING of the air > dates of some of the new and repeat eps can be > amazing when the plots mimic any current > personal issues of the ng regs or yourself that > you decide to bitch about. You may, however, > find it convenient to slant the reviews a bit to > mimic the ng personal issues. > > I went on a bit here, but about 50% of this post is > on topic, so, well, that ain't bad. > > Bear Biz Kindly go choke on your medications...

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Sun, 30 Jul 2000 01:03:57 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 21:03:52 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> >So far, I've waited twenty-two years!!! >> >> You started waiting as a newborn baby???????????? >> > >Well, not consciously. <g> > >Consciously, I started waiting when I was about 15... so, over seven years. See? I *knew* you were exaggerating!!!! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


Bill, Some self-deprecation may well be appropriate on some occasions..... but not *every* occasion. ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-07-31 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Bozo the Evil Klown" <evilklowwn@aol.comedy> wrote in message > Bill, > > Some self-deprecation may well be appropriate on some occasions..... but not > *every* occasion. > But what do I have to boast about? <g> -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Wave wrote > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search for > ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite whatever > circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of possibilities. Sounds > quaint, but it's true. Indeed and I love the saying "what cant be cured must be endured". I think of that often and try not to waste time and energy fretting over something that cant be changed. When my car died two weeks ago at the start of the kids summer holidays I was really pissed off, but then after an evening moaning I just thought oh well, cant change it and at least I live by a bus stop <g> > > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > > what you impose on yourself? > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. You are such a gent! :-))))))

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message news:F5Hh5.4458$7F2.393688@news3.cableinet.net... > Wave wrote > > > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search > for > > ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite whatever > > circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of possibilities. Sounds > > quaint, but it's true. > > Indeed and I love the saying "what cant be cured must be endured". I think > of that often and try not to waste time and energy fretting over something > that cant be changed. When my car died two weeks ago at the start of the > kids summer holidays I was really pissed off, but then after an evening > moaning I just thought oh well, cant change it and at least I live by a bus > stop <g> You were drunk when your Car died? <eg>

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


"Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:O9Hh5.25524$jm5.600971@news-west.usenetserver.com... > > Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message > news:F5Hh5.4458$7F2.393688@news3.cableinet.net... > > Wave wrote > > > > > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The > key is to search > > for > > > ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. > Despite whatever > > > circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of > possibilities. Sounds > > > quaint, but it's true. > > > > Indeed and I love the saying "what cant be cured must be > endured". I think > > of that often and try not to waste time and energy > fretting over something > > that cant be changed. When my car died two weeks ago at > the start of the > > kids summer holidays I was really pissed off, but then > after an evening > > moaning I just thought oh well, cant change it and at > least I live by a bus > > stop <g> > > You were drunk when your Car died? <eg> LOL, you are confusing Pissed Off, with being Pissed, one is to be very upset and the other is to be very drunk, although its entirely possible to be both at the same time <g>

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Latent Image ((was Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... ) (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>>Latent Image where Janeway finally >> reactivates part of Doc's memory that she had >> ordered suppressed almost two years earlier. >> There was a big fuss about whether or not to >> reactivate that portion, but Seven helped convince >> the Captain to restore those particular memories >> of Doc. >> >> Doc relives the alarming sadness he had to go >> through in choosing to save one life (Kim) over >> another (Jetal) because there was only time and >> resources to save one of them after they both got >> shot in battle. Really startling to see Doc going >> through emotional upheaval, almost all on the down >> side. >> >> He put himself down often in the ep for his decision >> to chose one life instead of the other and for not >> saving BOTH of them. IIRC, the Doctor, while freaking out over the guilt he wasn't prepared to deal with, wasn't putting himself down so much as waxing psychotic over how a life could be lost by a random, capricious decision. >> personal issues right in there with Doc putting >> himself down. Now YOU tell ME or ANYONE how >> you can beat that kind of ON topic comparison to >> your own personal problems. If regs still complain >> about it, too bad, And if you complain about the complaints, is that too *good*? ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - The Meaning of Life (was: Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (Wavemaker <wavemaker@my-deja.com>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > "Wavemaker" wrote: > > > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search > > for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite > > whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of possibilities. > > Sounds quaint, but it's true. > > Life sucks. > At least, from where I'm standing. Oh really?

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Wavemaker <wavemaker@my-deja.com>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > I don't impose my looks upon myself... The majority of us are ugly anyway, so don't worry about it. > my shyness... You can control this. > or my yearly income! At least you have a job. For awhile you didn't. Certainly that is something to be grateful for.

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: The Meaning of Life (was: Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (Bear Biz <bear_biz@lycos.com>)


Wavemaker wrote: > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Wavemaker" wrote: > > > > > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search > > > for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite > > > whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of > possibilities. > > > Sounds quaint, but it's true. > > > > Life sucks. > > At least, from where I'm standing. > > Oh really? > > From what you've told us about your life, yours is not extrodinarily much > harder than the rest of us. We are ALL dealing with the same things: money, > love, sickness, life and death, those are things we all have to contend with > and come to terms with somehow. The only difference I see about you, EB, is > that you have been much more vocal about your problems than the rest of us. It's ok with me. So I'm not consistent in who I make attempts to pick on. So I'm messed up, big wup. I should note, however, that I bet if EB ever lost his access to online computer gaming, he would die within a few hours. > > > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > > > > what you impose on yourself? > > > > > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. Oh, they probably fancy me ... but I don't have a job, so they really don't fancy me anyway. > With this attitude, I'm not surprised. Bear Biz

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Wavemaker <wavemaker@my-deja.com>)


"Lisa" wrote: > Wave wrote > > > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search > > for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite > > whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of possibilities. > > Sounds quaint, but it's true. > > Indeed and I love the saying "what cant be cured must be endured". I think > of that often and try not to waste time and energy fretting over something > that cant be changed. When my car died two weeks ago at the start of the > kids summer holidays I was really pissed off, but then after an evening > moaning I just thought oh well, cant change it and at least I live by a bus > stop <g> I know what you mean. I was wanting to take some computer courses this Summer, but I discovered that I didn't qualify because I hadn't yet taken the TASP test. This is a test many students have to pass in Texas to prove that they are acedemically qualified for college. Well, I had to spend 6 or so weeks studying for this test. I've finally gotten it out of the way (I think, because I haven't gotten my grades back yet), but it really put a kink in my plans. But, as you say, you have to roll with the punches and do the best you can. > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > You are such a gent! :-)))))) Thanks, Lisa! And you are quite a lady. :-)

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Wavemaker <wavemaker@my-deja.com>)


"Merrick Baldelli" wrote: > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > >> >> In order to be exceptional, you need to surpass your limits. > >> >> Especially the limits you impose on yourself. > >> > > >> >What about the limits imposed on me by cruel twists of fate? > >> > >> <eye roll> > > > >It was a valid question. Resistance is futile. Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of possibilities. Sounds quaint, but it's true. > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > what you impose on yourself? Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining.

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta' wroteded: > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > Ta' wroteded: > > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > > > No. No f*** off. I'm busy. > > > > > > <Rabid Panda> > > > > <Accidental Oxen> > > <Loose Goose> <Whacky Salamander>

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:3987352D.4A37037@collegetoday.com... > Ta' wroteded: > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > Ta' wroteded: > > > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > > > > > No. No f*** off. I'm busy. > > > > > > > > <Rabid Panda> > > > > > > <Accidental Oxen> > > > > <Loose Goose> > > <Whacky Salamander> <Horny Rhino>

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message > On Sun, 30 Jul 2000 22:07:16 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >It was a valid question. Resistance is futile. > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > what you impose on yourself? > I don't impose my looks upon myself... my shyness... or my yearly income! -- * Your neutrinos are drifting. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote in message news:ICFh5.5979 > > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search for > ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite whatever > circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of possibilities. Sounds > quaint, but it's true. > Life sucks. At least, from where I'm standing. > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > > what you impose on yourself? > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. -- * Has anyone seen my planet-killer? I'm sure I left it around here somewhere... ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Dev wrote > Life sucks. > At least, from where I'm standing. You can usually find something positive if you try hard enough. > > > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > > > what you impose on yourself? > > > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. Brace yourself I'm gonna be blunt here! Dev, I think you are right in one sense. If you constantly tell everyone you are unfanciable and constantly harp on about how tough life is for you then you will push people away. It just isnt appealing. I know you find life tough and can see no future for yourself, but look at what you've achieved in the time since you've been on this ng. You've had a relationship, which fair enough didnt work out, but not everyone does, you've got yourself the unmetred access you had wanted for so long which has reduced your massive phone bills and given you greater access to your friends and most importantly you got yourself a job. Now tell me, are those not things you've achieved and things to be pleased about? or are you going to tell me that all your relationships will be failures, the connection isnt as good and its a hassle changing email addresses and that its a real bind getting up early to work and no doubt you'll lose the job anyway. You can see the good in these things or the bad in them its entirely your choice. We all have doubts about our self image, hence why there are no photos available of the Squiffy Three at Pages <g>, but you are not unattractive at all, you just need to work harder at being more positive. Lisa this is meant to be taken as friendly advice and not having a go! Lisa

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta' wroteded: > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > No. No f*** off. I'm busy. > > <Rabid Panda> <Accidental Oxen>

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:39872DFC.AF69116E@collegetoday.com... > Ta' wroteded: > > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > > > No. No f*** off. I'm busy. > > > > <Rabid Panda> > > <Accidental Oxen> <Loose Goose>

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 30 Jul 2000 22:07:16 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> >> In order to be exceptional, you need to surpass your limits. >> >> Especially the limits you impose on yourself. >> > >> >What about the limits imposed on me by cruel twists of fate? >> >> <eye roll> > >It was a valid question. Resistance is futile. What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than what you impose on yourself? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-01 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Sun, 30 Jul 2000 01:03:57 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >Consciously, I started waiting when I was about 15... so, over seven years. > > See? I *knew* you were exaggerating!!!! > But it's still over seven years! Hell of a long time to go, wouldn't you say? -- * You will become one with the Borg. You will all become one with the Borg. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message news:AuGh5.4276 > Dev wrote > > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > > Brace yourself I'm gonna be blunt here! Dev, I think you are right in one > sense. If you constantly tell everyone you are unfanciable and constantly > harp on about how tough life is for you then you will push people away. Heh, that's not what I tell people IRL. I only vent about it here cause you lot are my friends ;-) But I'm still not even looked at... > It > just isnt appealing. I know you find life tough and can see no future for > yourself, but look at what you've achieved in the time since you've been on > this ng. You've had a relationship, which fair enough didnt work out, but > not everyone does, you've got yourself the unmetred access you had wanted > for so long which has reduced your massive phone bills and given you greater > access to your friends and most importantly you got yourself a job. > True. Which are all good things... well except for the relationship... it wasn't the happiest relationship that ever existed... > Now tell me, are those not things you've achieved and things to be pleased > about? or are you going to tell me that all your relationships will be > failures, the connection isnt as good Well, it isn't, I can't play online games any more cause the lag is bad! :-( I connect at the same *speed*, which is good for my downloads - but every download I make is screwed up, and my pings to my favourite Quake servers have gone through the roof! And no, I'm not being negative here - I'm just saying this in case there's someone here who can help me fix these problems ;-) > and its a hassle changing email > addresses and that its a real bind getting up early to work and no doubt > you'll lose the job anyway. > Well, I doubt I'll lose the job. They need me ;-) But I *HATE* the early mornings!!! > You can see the good in these things or the bad in them its entirely your > choice. We all have doubts about our self image, hence why there are no > photos available of the Squiffy Three at Pages <g>, but you are not > unattractive at all, you just need to work harder at being more positive. > > Lisa > this is meant to be taken as friendly advice and not having a go! > I know that :-) *smoochies* -- * The AGQx Imperium will no longer stand by and allow trolls from your underworld to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message > > "Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > > > You were drunk when your Car died? <eg> > > LOL, you are confusing Pissed Off, with being Pissed, one is to be very > upset and the other is to be very drunk, although its entirely possible to > be both at the same time <g> > LOL :-) As most people know <g> -- * I have been trolled by a freak from Microsoft. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > I don't impose my looks upon myself... > > The majority of us are ugly anyway, so don't worry about it. > > > my shyness... > > You can control this. > With maybe fifty, sixty years of practice. > > or my yearly income! > > At least you have a job. For awhile you didn't. Certainly that is something > to be grateful for. > That's true. But I'm little better off, the bloody government takes almost everything I get! -- * D'oh! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > [snip] > > Life sucks. > > At least, from where I'm standing. > > That may be true right at this moment, but it will never change unless > you leave yourself open to the possibility of something good happening. > Heh, this is *Earth*. "Good happenings" and "humans" in the same sentence is an oxymoron 95% of the time. > > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > > Hey! I'm a real woman and I think you're cute and very > sweet! But you haven't met me IRL ;-p > ..'Cept I happen to be taken and living on the other side of the > Atlantic, but if I weren't, I would go out with you!! *blush* :) *smoochie* > It'll happen for you, EB, just give it time. Before I met Mr. Jup, > I didn't think I would ever get to have a good true in-love > relationship with anyone (various reasons: I'd never ever been asked > out before; I'm not the typical gal a guy goes gaga for--blonde-haired, > blue-eyed, full-figured, big-chested, tall, etc; Well, *I* think you're pretty damn cute. And I do NOT go for the tall, big-breasted blonde, anyway. Why would I? I'm short myself, so going for tall women would be a little silly <g> And I prefer brunettes and redheads, anyway ;-) > and my shyness REALLY > screwed me over with making any guy friends at all; the only guy I'd > met from online (named Ron) turned out to be a bust 'cause I couldn't > be myself around him or even relax enough and even after meeting him > for a 3rd time, I was more open but still just like a distant > friend..). I put it out of my mind as a possibility and seriously > thought I'd always just meet guys where the whole thing would turn out > to be the usual flop, and I'd just end up a lady past her prime living > alone with 30 cats, just watching the years go by. What's wrong with having 30 cats? <g> > The point is, I > thought I'd NEVER have anything good (*especially* not that amount of > instant comfort), but I did (I'm still amazed by it, in fact). So I > turned out to be wrong.. I'm still young and already with a great guy > in a great relationship (not total perfection, of course :P). 'Cept I > *do* have 30 cats, but that's okay 'cause I like kitties :} > Doesn't everyone? ;-) I love cats :) > You will find someone.. Do you ever go places in your > neighborhood? ..Hang with friends, go to stores, etc? > I don't have many friends here, and this is a very small town. As a matter of fact, quite a long-standing online friendship seems to be developing further, but she and I are not yet prepared to go public <g> > - > *You kiss someone, and it's like the world > around you gets all hazy and the only thing > in focus is you and this other person, > and you know that one person is the person > you're meant to be kissing the rest of your life. > And for that one moment you've been given this > amazing gift and you want to laugh and cry at the > same time because you're so lucky you found it > and so scared that it will go away.* > > -Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, "Never Been Kissed" > I wanna be kissed! *sniffle* -- * D'oh! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > I don't impose my looks upon myself... my shyness... or my yearly > income! > > Um... EB, I'm almost just like you in that way. I don't look like a > bombshell (in fact, I think I look weird! :P) Well, I think you look hot! :-) > I'm majorly shy (but I > have to force myself not to be as best I can), and I make $0 at the > moment. But despite all that, I still have Mr. Jup. You can be all > those things you say you are (though I think you are cute), but that > doesn't completely ruin your chances of finding someone. What you don't > like, try to change. If you're shy, try not to be (say to > yourself "just do it, don't think." Hey, I used to have problems > talking to *anybody* in person or on the phone!). If you hate your job, > keep it while you look for another. > The job isn't the problem. It's tiring, but I can live with it. The income isn't great, but it's OK. What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get paid, 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. > Besides, if I had accepted *my* "fate," I would still be living in > Chicago with my Loony Toons family and 'El Creepo' (as Mr. Jup calls > him). Instead, (with a little pushing by Mr. Jup) I took fate in my own > hands.. I technically stole some of Mom's money and travelled through > Cabrini Green (BAD area of town) just to buy myself a bus ticket outta > Chicago (in a pretty limited amount of time, btw), went back home, > created an alibi (pretty hard to do with several "blank" hours and > having a boring life :P), and 12 days later (supposed to be 7 days > later, but I got caught by everyone 'cause my taxi showed up 10 mins > prior to the bus' schedule ..grr), got up after Mom left for work, and > while Grandma was still in the house, called myself a taxi again (which > I'd never taken alone before..) while lugging my 3 bags (I'm not > supposed to be lifting heavy things but I did anyway), then proceeded > to take an 11-hour bus ride to Nashville, TN. And now, on my second > trip (lying about my promised 'return'), I live here. > Yeah, but you rock :-) > Life doesn't have to suck. If you don't like it, try to change it by > working towards what you want it to be. Could be in little steps or big > steps, just try. If you fail, try again. IMO, your fate is what you > make of it. > I hate failure, I hate embarrassment, and I have a very hard time dealing with either physical or emotional pain... > *hug* > *smoochie* :-) -- * D'oh! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 19:27:43 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >But it's still over seven years! > >Hell of a long time to go, wouldn't you say? > > No. Compared to the 50-60 years you might still have ahead of you > that's nothing > Fifty, at the absolute most... -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Dev wrote > > Heh, that's not what I tell people IRL. I only vent about it here cause you > lot are my friends ;-) Sure, thats what friends are for, but they're also for giving a kick up the arse ocassionally too <g> > > But I'm still not even looked at... You'd be amazed at how much your attitude can affect the way you look without you even realising it. > > True. Which are all good things... well except for the relationship... it > wasn't the happiest relationship that ever existed... No, but it was an experience which will help you in your next relationship, try to think of it as a learning experience. > > > Now tell me, are those not things you've achieved and things to be pleased > > about? or are you going to tell me that all your relationships will be > > failures, the connection isnt as good > > Well, it isn't, I can't play online games any more cause the lag is bad! :-( > > I connect at the same *speed*, which is good for my downloads - but every > download I make is screwed up, and my pings to my favourite Quake servers > have gone through the roof! > > And no, I'm not being negative here - I'm just saying this in case there's > someone here who can help me fix these problems ;-) I hope there is! I know there are things I dont like about BlueYonder, but the advantage far outweighs the disadvantages. > > > and its a hassle changing email > > addresses and that its a real bind getting up early to work and no doubt > > you'll lose the job anyway. > > > > Well, I doubt I'll lose the job. They need me ;-) There ya go then! > > But I *HATE* the early mornings!!! LOL! Dev, when I am *finishing* work at 4 am next Tuesday morning I will think of you and then you think of me getting up again at 7 am after working all night and only 3 hours sleep to take care of two kids and the house all day!

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8m9363$kuk$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys go for the > above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer dark/red-haired, > hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But then that's just me - I > might be strange <shrug> > Well, if you are, then I am too <g> Alyson Hannigan... Gillian Anderson... *drooool* -- * D'oh! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net>)


"> Well, *I* think you're pretty damn cute. And I do NOT go for the tall, > big-breasted blonde, anyway. Why would I? I'm short myself, so going for > tall women would be a little silly <g> "You see, these are the things that I dream about. Having sex with a giant." - George Constanza

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8m9vt9$93s$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > The job isn't the problem. It's tiring, but I can live with it. The income > isn't great, but it's OK. What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get paid, > 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. A young Republican in the making. Such a beautiful sight. <g>

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (kaboom@7of.9)


On 02 Aug 2000 19:09:18 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>> > <Rabid Panda> >>> >>> <Accidental Oxen> >> >><Loose Goose> > ><Introspective Insect> <Perpendicular Penguin> kaboomie

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


<kaboom@7of.9> wrote in message news:3988b1c6.4783077@news2.wwnet.net... > On 02 Aug 2000 19:09:18 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil > Klown) wrote: > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > >>> > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > >> > >><Loose Goose> > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > <Perpendicular Penguin> <Silly Salamander>

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:25:51 -0500, "Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote: >> my shyness... > >You can control this. And overcome it. I did. >> or my yearly income! > >At least you have a job. For awhile you didn't. Certainly that is something >to be grateful for. Indeed. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 19:27:43 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> On Sun, 30 Jul 2000 01:03:57 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> >Consciously, I started waiting when I was about 15... so, over seven >years. >> >> See? I *knew* you were exaggerating!!!! >> > >But it's still over seven years! >Hell of a long time to go, wouldn't you say? No. Compared to the 50-60 years you might still have ahead of you that's nothing Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: The Meaning of Life (was: Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:10:05 -0500, "Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote: > >"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: >> "Wavemaker" wrote: >> >> > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search >> > for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite >> > whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of >possibilities. >> > Sounds quaint, but it's true. >> >> Life sucks. >> At least, from where I'm standing. > >Oh really? > >From what you've told us about your life, yours is not extrodinarily much >harder than the rest of us. We are ALL dealing with the same things: money, >love, sickness, life and death, those are things we all have to contend with >and come to terms with somehow. The only difference I see about you, EB, is >that you have been much more vocal about your problems than the rest of us. > yep. >> > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than >> > > what you impose on yourself? >> > >> > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. >> >> I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > >With this attitude, I'm not surprised. > me neither... Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:25:51 -0500, "Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote: > >"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: >> >> I don't impose my looks upon myself... > >The majority of us are ugly anyway, so don't worry about it. > and beauty is in the eye of the beholder anyway... >> my shyness... > >You can control this. > >> or my yearly income! > >At least you have a job. For awhile you didn't. Certainly that is something >to be grateful for. > how true... Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:43:18 -0500, "Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote: > >"Lisa" wrote: >> Wave wrote >> >> > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search >> > for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite >> > whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of >possibilities. >> > Sounds quaint, but it's true. >> >> Indeed and I love the saying "what cant be cured must be endured". I >think >> of that often and try not to waste time and energy fretting over something >> that cant be changed. When my car died two weeks ago at the start of the >> kids summer holidays I was really pissed off, but then after an evening >> moaning I just thought oh well, cant change it and at least I live by a >bus >> stop <g> > >I know what you mean. I was wanting to take some computer courses this >Summer, but I discovered that I didn't qualify because I hadn't yet taken >the TASP test. This is a test many students have to pass in Texas to prove >that they are acedemically qualified for college. Well, I had to spend 6 or >so weeks studying for this test. I've finally gotten it out of the way (I >think, because I haven't gotten my grades back yet), but it really put a >kink in my plans. But, as you say, you have to roll with the punches and do >the best you can. > that's a cool attitude! >> > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. >> >> You are such a gent! :-)))))) > >Thanks, Lisa! And you are quite a lady. :-) > Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>> > <Rabid Panda> >> >> <Accidental Oxen> > ><Loose Goose> <Introspective Insect> ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


Empress of the Unknown wrote... > It'll happen for you, EB, just give it time. Before I met Mr. > Jup, I didn't think I would ever get to have a good true in-love > relationship with anyone (various reasons: I'd never ever been > asked out before; I'm not the typical gal a guy goes gaga for >--blonde-haired, blue-eyed, full-figured, big-chested, tall, etc; To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys go for the above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer dark/red-haired, hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But then that's just me - I might be strange <shrug> Silverhawk the... hey, wait a minute, I *am* Strange <g> -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Socially dead (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


Empress of the Unknown wrote... > What you don't like, try to change. If you're shy, try not to be > (say to yourself "just do it, don't think." Hey, I used to have > problems talking to *anybody* in person or on the phone!). Sounds like me when I was at school. I haven't improved that much since then either. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Empress Of The Unknown wrote: > EB wrote: > > > "Wavemaker"..wrote.. > > [snip] > > Life sucks. > > At least, from where I'm standing. > > That may be true right at this moment, but it will never change unless > you leave yourself open to the possibility of something good happening. > > [snip] > > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > > Hey! I'm a real woman and I think you're cute and very > sweet! ..'Cept I happen to be taken and living on the other side of the > Atlantic, but if I weren't, I would go out with you!! > It'll happen for you, EB, just give it time. Before I met Mr. Jup, > I didn't think I would ever get to have a good true in-love > relationship with anyone (various reasons: I'd never ever been asked > out before; I'm not the typical gal a guy goes gaga for--blonde-haired, > blue-eyed, full-figured, big-chested, tall, etc; and my shyness REALLY > screwed me over with making any guy friends at all; the only guy I'd > met from online (named Ron) turned out to be a bust 'cause I couldn't > be myself around him or even relax enough and even after meeting him > for a 3rd time, I was more open but still just like a distant > friend..). I put it out of my mind as a possibility and seriously > thought I'd always just meet guys where the whole thing would turn out > to be the usual flop, and I'd just end up a lady past her prime living > alone with 30 cats, just watching the years go by. The point is, I > thought I'd NEVER have anything good (*especially* not that amount of > instant comfort), but I did (I'm still amazed by it, in fact). So I > turned out to be wrong.. I'm still young and already with a great guy > in a great relationship (not total perfection, of course :P). 'Cept I > *do* have 30 cats, how did they fit in the taxi? > but that's okay 'cause I like kitties :} > > You will find someone.. Do you ever go places in your > neighborhood? ..Hang with friends, go to stores, etc? One little pinkie

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Bear Biz <bear_biz@lycos.com>)


Wavemaker wrote: > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > I don't impose my looks upon myself... > > The majority of us are ugly anyway, so don't worry about it.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


EvilBill doth write thus: >> Some self-deprecation may well be appropriate on some occasions..... but >not >> *every* occasion. >> > >But what do I have to boast about? <g> If you feel you have nothing to boast about, then don't. That doesn't mean you necessarily need to put yourself down in every post. The world is *full* of people who will eagerly do that for you. If they think you're trying to take their job away from them, then they get very surely and nasty. <G> ***************************************** "Insanity is a part of the times, Vir: You must learn to *embrace* the madness!!" Londo Mollari

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: The Meaning of Life (was: Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - ("Louis M. Brown" <phyphor@rocketmail.com>)


On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:10:05 -0500, "Wavemaker" <wavemaker@my-deja.com> wrote: > >"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: >> "Wavemaker" wrote: >> >> > Everyone has limits that are beyond their control. The key is to search >> > for ways to overcome or circumvent those limitations. Despite >> > whatever circumstances we find ourselves in, Life is full of >possibilities. >> > Sounds quaint, but it's true. >> >> Life sucks. >> At least, from where I'm standing. > >Oh really? > >From what you've told us about your life, yours is not extrodinarily much >harder than the rest of us. Yea, no shit. Cheer up, dude.. You COULD be in a much worse place. > We are ALL dealing with the same things: money, >love, sickness, life and death, those are things we all have to contend with >and come to terms with somehow. The only difference I see about you, EB, is >that you have been much more vocal about your problems than the rest of us. Yea... It's cool to talk about your problems, but not overdo it, > >> > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than >> > > what you impose on yourself? >> > >> > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. >> >> I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > >With this attitude, I'm not surprised. > > Hmmm.. -LMB

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: The Meaning of Life (was: Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards!)) - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Wondrous Wave wrote " > > Life sucks. > > At least, from where I'm standing. > > Oh really? > > From what you've told us about your life, yours is not extrodinarily much > harder than the rest of us. We are ALL dealing with the same things: money, > love, sickness, life and death, those are things we all have to contend with > and come to terms with somehow. The only difference I see about you, EB, is > that you have been much more vocal about your problems than the rest of us. Indeed, it would be a rare person who doesnt have to cope with some or all of these problems during their life, the difference is in how you approach and deal with it. I know of a few regs and their personal circs and one at least should be tearing her hair out, yet she still remains motivated, funny and philosophical about things. > > > > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > > > > what you impose on yourself? > > > > > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > > With this attitude, I'm not surprised. > Nope, me neither to be honest. Lisa

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Wave wrote > I know what you mean. I was wanting to take some computer courses this > Summer, but I discovered that I didn't qualify because I hadn't yet taken > the TASP test. This is a test many students have to pass in Texas to prove > that they are acedemically qualified for college. Well, I had to spend 6 or > so weeks studying for this test. I've finally gotten it out of the way (I > think, because I haven't gotten my grades back yet), but it really put a > kink in my plans. But, as you say, you have to roll with the punches and do > the best you can. *fingers crossed* although I'm sure you did well! > > > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > > > You are such a gent! :-)))))) > > Thanks, Lisa! And you are quite a lady. :-) :-))))) Lisa > >

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Wavemaker"..wrote.. [snip] > Life sucks. > At least, from where I'm standing. That may be true right at this moment, but it will never change unless you leave yourself open to the possibility of something good happening. [snip] > > Yup. Too many times our limitations are of our on imagining. > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. Hey! I'm a real woman and I think you're cute and very sweet! ..'Cept I happen to be taken and living on the other side of the Atlantic, but if I weren't, I would go out with you!! It'll happen for you, EB, just give it time. Before I met Mr. Jup, I didn't think I would ever get to have a good true in-love relationship with anyone (various reasons: I'd never ever been asked out before; I'm not the typical gal a guy goes gaga for--blonde-haired, blue-eyed, full-figured, big-chested, tall, etc; and my shyness REALLY screwed me over with making any guy friends at all; the only guy I'd met from online (named Ron) turned out to be a bust 'cause I couldn't be myself around him or even relax enough and even after meeting him for a 3rd time, I was more open but still just like a distant friend..). I put it out of my mind as a possibility and seriously thought I'd always just meet guys where the whole thing would turn out to be the usual flop, and I'd just end up a lady past her prime living alone with 30 cats, just watching the years go by. The point is, I thought I'd NEVER have anything good (*especially* not that amount of instant comfort), but I did (I'm still amazed by it, in fact). So I turned out to be wrong.. I'm still young and already with a great guy in a great relationship (not total perfection, of course :P). 'Cept I *do* have 30 cats, but that's okay 'cause I like kitties :} You will find someone.. Do you ever go places in your neighborhood? ..Hang with friends, go to stores, etc? -- .-~* Jup - *You kiss someone, and it's like the world around you gets all hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this other person, and you know that one person is the person you're meant to be kissing the rest of your life. And for that one moment you've been given this amazing gift and you want to laugh and cry at the same time because you're so lucky you found it and so scared that it will go away.* -Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, "Never Been Kissed" Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-02 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Merrick Baldelli"..wrote.. [snip] > > What if those limits put on you by fate are nothing more than > > what you impose on yourself? > > I don't impose my looks upon myself... my shyness... or my yearly income! Um... EB, I'm almost just like you in that way. I don't look like a bombshell (in fact, I think I look weird! :P), I'm majorly shy (but I have to force myself not to be as best I can), and I make $0 at the moment. But despite all that, I still have Mr. Jup. You can be all those things you say you are (though I think you are cute), but that doesn't completely ruin your chances of finding someone. What you don't like, try to change. If you're shy, try not to be (say to yourself "just do it, don't think." Hey, I used to have problems talking to *anybody* in person or on the phone!). If you hate your job, keep it while you look for another. Besides, if I had accepted *my* "fate," I would still be living in Chicago with my Loony Toons family and 'El Creepo' (as Mr. Jup calls him). Instead, (with a little pushing by Mr. Jup) I took fate in my own hands.. I technically stole some of Mom's money and travelled through Cabrini Green (BAD area of town) just to buy myself a bus ticket outta Chicago (in a pretty limited amount of time, btw), went back home, created an alibi (pretty hard to do with several "blank" hours and having a boring life :P), and 12 days later (supposed to be 7 days later, but I got caught by everyone 'cause my taxi showed up 10 mins prior to the bus' schedule ..grr), got up after Mom left for work, and while Grandma was still in the house, called myself a taxi again (which I'd never taken alone before..) while lugging my 3 bags (I'm not supposed to be lifting heavy things but I did anyway), then proceeded to take an 11-hour bus ride to Nashville, TN. And now, on my second trip (lying about my promised 'return'), I live here. Life doesn't have to suck. If you don't like it, try to change it by working towards what you want it to be. Could be in little steps or big steps, just try. If you fail, try again. IMO, your fate is what you make of it. *hug* -- .-~* Jup - *I spent a day by the river It was quiet and the wind stood still I spent some time with nature To remind me of all that's real It's funny how silence speaks sometimes when you're alone And remember that you feel* -'Faceless Man,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:3989D871.95DD47A7@collegetoday.com... > Ta' wroteded: > > kaboomie wrote: > > > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > > > > > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > > > >>> > > > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > > > >> > > > >><Loose Goose> > > > > > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > > > > > <Perpendicular Penguin> > > > > <Silly Salamander> > > You stole my Salanander!!! > > [viscious fishslap] MMmmm!!! Carpy! > <barbarian bird> <Voluptous Vulture>

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Um... EB, I'm almost just like you in that way. I don't look like a > > bombshell (in fact, I think I look weird! :P) > > Well, I think you look hot! :-) [pokie] You haven't even seen me IRL, so.. :P [snip] > The job isn't the problem. It's tiring, but I can live with it. The income > isn't great, but it's OK. What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get paid, > 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. Well, that's government for you, they take stuff... :\ [snip] > > And now, on my second > > trip (lying about my promised 'return'), I live here. > > Yeah, but you rock :-) Yes, but the regular old me wouldn't have been able to do stuff like that. Sometimes you gotta break the restraints you put on yourself in order to change things for the better. [snip] > I hate failure, I hate embarrassment, and I have a very hard time dealing > with either physical or emotional pain... Everyone hates failure.. I hate embarrassment myself, but you have to deal with it when it happens. Physical pain, heh..I completely freak out whenever I see a needle and I had to go through a major 10-hour spine surgery two years ago. Point is, you have to deal with physical pain/discomfort. And you talk about emotional pain, well I think of myself as in the wrong and get the urge to cry whenever anyone yells at me or talks to me in a certain way or when someone I love or look up to gets upset or irritated at/by me, those things being warranted or not (a result of being yelled at constantly and not being able to yell back, feel angry, or even cry).. Sometimes I even feel like crying when nothing's happened (my "moods"), my emotional resistance is made of sopping wet tissue paper. Regardless of who you are, you have to deal with failure, embarrassment, and physical/emotional pain (I deal with it by seeing it from another angle and getting pissed..). Those things don't come in certain intensity levels depending on that person's strength. You just have to get through those times when they come and hope you get stronger as you go. > > *hug* > > *smoochie* :-) :} -- .-~* Jup - *I spent a day by the river It was quiet and the wind stood still I spent some time with nature To remind me of all that's real It's funny how silence speaks sometimes when you're alone And remember that you feel* -'Faceless Man,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > Not every person is the same. Not every person is your view > > of "human," there are non-"human"-like people out there. > > Yeah... Borg, Vulcans, Klingons, Romulans, Bajorans... > <g> Yea, see? Go find 'em! :P Hey, which species do you think I am? :P > > Doesn't matter. I found that I'm more of Jup than the me I was. I > > think you're more EB..just let him out. :} > > *confused* > <g> EB seems to be outgoing and flirtacious with the gals.. I think that's the real you--the 'you' you *could* be if you weren't shy.. [snip] > > The pics you've seen are ones of me from when I was 17.. I'm almost 19 > > now :P > > Two years makes little difference, I suspect :) Well, Mr. Jup thinks I look a little older.. > > Yea, well... I still think most guys like full-figured women. > > I like well-proportioned women, as opposed to top-heavy ones. <g> Oh. > > > As a matter of fact, quite a long-standing online friendship seems to be > > > developing further, but she and I are not yet prepared to go public <g> > > > > Oooh, cool... *curious* > > You and the rest will have to *stay* curious for a while. <g> Aw darn :P Oh, Mr. Jup told me he saw the thing ya said about your government taking 90% of your money.. He said that your 'labor party' is the one that does that, and if you keep voting for your party ('labor' something..), your money problems won't stop... -- .-~* Jup <-- politics ditz - *You kiss someone, and it's like the world around you gets all hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this other person, and you know that one person is the person you're meant to be kissing the rest of your life. And for that one moment you've been given this amazing gift and you want to laugh and cry at the same time because you're so lucky you found it and so scared that it will go away.* -Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, "Never Been Kissed" Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net> wrote in message news:8mcdb50caj@news2.newsguy.com... > > Staying away from any scathing comments on socialism and/or welfare systems, > don't you feel better knowing that you are contributing? > No. I'm just contributing to the salaries of a bunch of corrupt fat-cats who don't give a shit about us, the little people. -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net>)


"Zabana Brandon" <zabana@collegetoday.com> wrote in message news:3989D871.95DD47A7@collegetoday.com... > Ta' wroteded: > > kaboomie wrote: > > > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > > > > > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > > > >>> > > > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > > > >> > > > >><Loose Goose> > > > > > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > > > > > <Perpendicular Penguin> > > > > <Silly Salamander> > > You stole my Salanander!!! > > [viscious fishslap] > > <barbarian bird> <oscillating ostrich>

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8mbn77 > Silverhawky wrote: > > > > To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys go for the > > above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer dark/red-haired, > > hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But then that's just me - I > > might be strange <shrug> > > No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like or get > turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. > Well, I don't really have a specific "type" I go for. I just know what I find attractive :-) -- * Has anyone seen my planet-killer? I'm sure I left it around here somewhere... ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8mbnp0 > > Not every person is the same. Not every person is your view > of "human," there are non-"human"-like people out there. > Yeah... Borg, Vulcans, Klingons, Romulans, Bajorans... <g> > > Doesn't matter. I found that I'm more of Jup than the me I was. I > think you're more EB..just let him out. :} > *confused* <g> > > > > Well, *I* think you're pretty damn cute. > > The pics you've seen are ones of me from when I was 17.. I'm almost 19 > now :P > Two years makes little difference, I suspect :) > > Yea, well... I still think most guys like full-figured women. > I like well-proportioned women, as opposed to top-heavy ones. <g> > > > > As a matter of fact, quite a long-standing online friendship seems to be > > developing further, but she and I are not yet prepared to go public <g> > > Oooh, cool... *curious* > You and the rest will have to *stay* curious for a while. <g> -- * What is this, a meeting of the ugly convention? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mc9n8$vi7$12@newsg4.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> > > wrote in message news:8m9vt9$93s$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > > The job isn't the problem. It's tiring, but I can live with it. The > income > > > isn't great, but it's OK. What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get > paid, > > > 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. > > > > A young Republican in the making. Such a beautiful sight. <g> > > > > How can a Brit be a Republican??? Well, I was unsure if there was a close enough equivalent in UK politics (tories?) so I decided to stick with what I knew. > Besides, I'm just bemoaning the fact that after all the bills and crap, I'm > not actually left enough money to buy *food*... so I'm no better off than I > was when I was unemployed... Staying away from any scathing comments on socialism and/or welfare systems, don't you feel better knowing that you are contributing? Besides, now that you are employed, this is the time to absorb as much as you can so that you become a more attractive candidate for a better paying job.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Thu, 03 Aug 2000 00:24:15 GMT, "John Ro" <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com> wrote: >Ta' wrote: > >> kaboom wrote: >> > >> > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: >> > >> > >>> > <Rabid Panda> >> > >>> >> > >>> <Accidental Oxen> >> > >> >> > >><Loose Goose> >> > > >> > ><Introspective Insect> >> > >> > <Perpendicular Penguin> >> >> <Silly Salamander> > >The Salamander was Janeway's spirit guide in the ep where Chak used his >medicine bundle to induce her to see her spirit guide. Any more defamatory >remarks from you about Chak's efforts will be met with the swift action of >the usenet cops. > Don't tell me the fact that her spirit guide is a lizard or whatever means she is attracted to Tommy-turned-salamander!!!!!! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Ta' wroteded: > kaboomie wrote: > > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > > > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > > >>> > > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > > >> > > >><Loose Goose> > > > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > > > <Perpendicular Penguin> > > <Silly Salamander> You stole my Salanander!!! [viscious fishslap] <barbarian bird>

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > That may be true right at this moment, but it will never change unless > > you leave yourself open to the possibility of something good happening. > > Heh, this is *Earth*. "Good happenings" and "humans" in the same sentence is > an oxymoron 95% of the time. Not every person is the same. Not every person is your view of "human," there are non-"human"-like people out there. > > > I don't imagine that IRL women don't fancy me. I *know*. > > > > Hey! I'm a real woman and I think you're cute and very > > sweet! > > But you haven't met me IRL ;-p Doesn't matter. I found that I'm more of Jup than the me I was. I think you're more EB..just let him out. :} > > ..'Cept I happen to be taken and living on the other side of the > > Atlantic, but if I weren't, I would go out with you!! > > *blush* :) > *smoochie* :} > > It'll happen for you, EB, just give it time. Before I met Mr. Jup, > > I didn't think I would ever get to have a good true in-love > > relationship with anyone (various reasons: I'd never ever been asked > > out before; I'm not the typical gal a guy goes gaga for--blonde- haired, > > blue-eyed, full-figured, big-chested, tall, etc; > > Well, *I* think you're pretty damn cute. The pics you've seen are ones of me from when I was 17.. I'm almost 19 now :P > And I do NOT go for the tall, > big-breasted blonde, anyway. Why would I? I'm short myself, so going for > tall women would be a little silly <g> > And I prefer brunettes and redheads, anyway ;-) Yea, well... I still think most guys like full-figured women. [snip] > > to be the usual flop, and I'd just end up a lady past her prime living > > alone with 30 cats, just watching the years go by. > > What's wrong with having 30 cats? <g> Nothing, I love cats and want tons of 'em, but that's not *all* I want my life to be! [snip] > > *do* have 30 cats, but that's okay 'cause I like kitties :} > > Doesn't everyone? ;-) > I love cats :) :} > > You will find someone.. Do you ever go places in your > > neighborhood? ..Hang with friends, go to stores, etc? > > I don't have many friends here, and this is a very small town. > > As a matter of fact, quite a long-standing online friendship seems to be > developing further, but she and I are not yet prepared to go public <g> Oooh, cool... *curious* > > - > > *You kiss someone, and it's like the world > > around you gets all hazy and the only thing > > in focus is you and this other person, > > and you know that one person is the person > > you're meant to be kissing the rest of your life. > > And for that one moment you've been given this > > amazing gift and you want to laugh and cry at the > > same time because you're so lucky you found it > > and so scared that it will go away.* > > > > -Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, "Never Been Kissed" > > I wanna be kissed! *sniffle* *smooch* How's that? :} -- .-~* Jup - *You kiss someone, and it's like the world around you gets all hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this other person, and you know that one person is the person you're meant to be kissing the rest of your life. And for that one moment you've been given this amazing gift and you want to laugh and cry at the same time because you're so lucky you found it and so scared that it will go away.* -Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, "Never Been Kissed" Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys >> go for the above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer >> dark/red-haired, hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But >> then that's just me - I might be strange <shrug> >> > > Well, if you are, then I am too <g> > Alyson Hannigan... Gillian Anderson... *drooool* I'm certainly not gonna argue with that <g>. You might wanna add Sabrina Lloyd and Winona Ryder to that list too :-) Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (silenceNOSPAM@evcom.net)


On Thu, 3 Aug 2000 13:07:28 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >I'm certainly not gonna argue with that <g>. You might wanna add >Sabrina Lloyd and Winona Ryder to that list too :-) Not to mention Nicole DeBoer. -steven, who is also a lover of the dimunitive and pixie-like variety of the species ____________________________________________________ I think that turkey is just big, bland, dry chicken. - Douglas Adams Silence@PenguinStorm.net * AIM- SoulStorm http://www.gloomcounty.com/ is now up! http://www.ti.penguinstorm.net/ Kansas- A Very Nice Place To Visit! ____________________________________________________

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Blade" <kvanza@yahoo.comNOSPAM> wrote in message > On Wed, 2 Aug 2000 21:13:50 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >And no, I'm not being negative here - I'm just saying this in case there's > >someone here who can help me fix these problems ;-) > > > There are a few free programs that are available online to download > that can offer some help with those pings. I think there is one called > MaxMTU which may be able to help out a bit. Also when playing Q2 or a > similar online game try looking at a few configurable items within the > game. For instance, make sure the Connection setting is for your > particular modem speed and not set for LAN and possibly set the cl_fps > down to 30-40 (default is 90 in Q2). > I've done all the tweaking for speed in Q2/Q3 - I need it cause I have such a sucky PC ;-) And as for the max_fps, I never get above 15 anyway, so it's irrelevant <g> -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mbn6r$kn6$1@newsg1.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > Well, if you are, then I am too <g> > > Alyson Hannigan... Gillian Anderson... *drooool* > > I'm certainly not gonna argue with that <g>. You might wanna add > Sabrina Lloyd and Winona Ryder to that list too :-) > Yes, true :-) -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> > wrote in message news:8m9vt9$93s$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > The job isn't the problem. It's tiring, but I can live with it. The income > > isn't great, but it's OK. What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get paid, > > 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. > > A young Republican in the making. Such a beautiful sight. <g> > How can a Brit be a Republican??? Besides, I'm just bemoaning the fact that after all the bills and crap, I'm not actually left enough money to buy *food*... so I'm no better off than I was when I was unemployed... -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message > Dev wrote > > > > Heh, that's not what I tell people IRL. I only vent about it here cause you > > lot are my friends ;-) > > Sure, thats what friends are for, but they're also for giving a kick up the > arse ocassionally too <g> > LOL! > > > > But I'm still not even looked at... > > You'd be amazed at how much your attitude can affect the way you look > without you even realising it. > I look fine, as far as an ugly goit like me can. <g> > > > > True. Which are all good things... well except for the relationship... it > > wasn't the happiest relationship that ever existed... > > No, but it was an experience which will help you in your next relationship, > try to think of it as a learning experience. > I suppose. But why do such learning experiences have to hurt so much? > > > > Well, it isn't, I can't play online games any more cause the lag is bad! :-( > > > > I connect at the same *speed*, which is good for my downloads - but every > > download I make is screwed up, and my pings to my favourite Quake servers > > have gone through the roof! > > > > And no, I'm not being negative here - I'm just saying this in case there's > > someone here who can help me fix these problems ;-) > > I hope there is! I know there are things I dont like about BlueYonder, but > the advantage far outweighs the disadvantages. > Well, the only advantage I have with this one, is not having to run up huge phone bills. But I'd glady have a good-sized phone bill if it meant my downloads didn't all get corrupted! *grrr* > > > > But I *HATE* the early mornings!!! > > LOL! Dev, when I am *finishing* work at 4 am next Tuesday morning I will > think of you and then you think of me getting up again at 7 am after working > all night and only 3 hours sleep to take care of two kids and the house all > day! > Eeeeep. Finishing at 4 am, I wouldn't have a problem with. *Getting* up then, I *would* have a problem with. <g> I like a nice civilized 11 am for my wake-up time ;-) -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:Tp2i5.7477$hg1.577702@news- > > <kaboom@7of.9> wrote in message > > On 02 Aug 2000 19:09:18 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo > the Evil > > Klown) wrote: > > > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > > >>> > > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > > >> > > >><Loose Goose> > > > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > > > <Perpendicular Penguin> > > <Silly Salamander> > Aaaarghhhh, stop reminding me of "Threshold"! -- * Windows re-installs suck! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Blade <kvanza@yahoo.comNOSPAM>)


On Wed, 2 Aug 2000 21:13:50 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Well, it isn't, I can't play online games any more cause the lag is bad! :-( > >I connect at the same *speed*, which is good for my downloads - but every >download I make is screwed up, and my pings to my favourite Quake servers >have gone through the roof! > >And no, I'm not being negative here - I'm just saying this in case there's >someone here who can help me fix these problems ;-) > There are a few free programs that are available online to download that can offer some help with those pings. I think there is one called MaxMTU which may be able to help out a bit. Also when playing Q2 or a similar online game try looking at a few configurable items within the game. For instance, make sure the Connection setting is for your particular modem speed and not set for LAN and possibly set the cl_fps down to 30-40 (default is 90 in Q2). Blade is Blade :) ICQ# 14126341

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Silverhawky wrote: > Empress of the Unknown wrote... > > > It'll happen for you, EB, just give it time. Before I met Mr. > > Jup, I didn't think I would ever get to have a good true in-love > > relationship with anyone (various reasons: I'd never ever been > > asked out before; I'm not the typical gal a guy goes gaga for > >--blonde-haired, blue-eyed, full-figured, big-chested, tall, etc; > > To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys go for the > above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer dark/red-haired, > hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But then that's just me - I > might be strange <shrug> No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like or get turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. > Silverhawk the... hey, wait a minute, I *am* Strange <g> And strange is good. :} > -- > "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. > I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears." Ever wonder that what you're seeing is not what's actually there? That what you see is how your eyes as organs see things? I mean, what if things are just shapes with no color? Or what if each of us as individuals are living out a world created by our minds, but we have the power over what we do but not what else happens, and this world will kill our minds and bodies at the very end of the story? Or what if we supposedly "die" and then wake up at the beginning of our lives again, sort of like making this life nothing but an intense preview of what's to come so we *might* remember it if we're lucky and have another chance? ["Twilight Zone" theme] -- .-~* Jup - *You kiss someone, and it's like the world around you gets all hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this other person, and you know that one person is the person you're meant to be kissing the rest of your life. And for that one moment you've been given this amazing gift and you want to laugh and cry at the same time because you're so lucky you found it and so scared that it will go away.* -Drew Barrymore as Josie Geller, "Never Been Kissed" Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-03 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Ta' wrote: > kaboom wrote: > > > > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > > > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > > >>> > > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > > >> > > >><Loose Goose> > > > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > > > <Perpendicular Penguin> > > <Silly Salamander> The Salamander was Janeway's spirit guide in the ep where Chak used his medicine bundle to induce her to see her spirit guide. Any more defamatory remarks from you about Chak's efforts will be met with the swift action of the usenet cops. ---- One smokin' stuff

2000-08-04 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8mbnp0 > > > > Not every person is the same. Not every person is your view > > of "human," there are non-"human"-like people out there. > > > > Yeah... Borg, Vulcans, Klingons, Romulans, Bajorans... > <g> > > > > > Doesn't matter. I found that I'm more of Jup than the me I was. I > > think you're more EB..just let him out. :} > > > > *confused* > <g> > > > > > > > Well, *I* think you're pretty damn cute. > > > > The pics you've seen are ones of me from when I was 17.. I'm almost 19 > > now :P > > > > Two years makes little difference, I suspect :) > > > > > Yea, well... I still think most guys like full-figured women. > > > > I like well-proportioned women, as opposed to top-heavy ones. <g> > > > > > > > As a matter of fact, quite a long-standing online friendship seems to be > > > developing further, but she and I are not yet prepared to go public <g> > > > > Oooh, cool... *curious* > > > > You and the rest will have to *stay* curious for a while. <g> > But inquiring minds want to know! * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-04 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Mike. H." <mhantz@micron.net> wrote in message > news:8mcdb50caj@news2.newsguy.com... > > > > Staying away from any scathing comments on socialism and/or welfare > systems, > > don't you feel better knowing that you are contributing? > > > > No. I'm just contributing to the salaries of a bunch of corrupt fat-cats who > don't give a shit about us, the little people. > That's true of politicians all over the globe... * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-04 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (kaboom@7of.9)


On Thu, 3 Aug 2000 13:07:28 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys >>> go for the above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer >>> dark/red-haired, hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But >>> then that's just me - I might be strange <shrug> >>> >> >> Well, if you are, then I am too <g> >> Alyson Hannigan... Gillian Anderson... *drooool* > >I'm certainly not gonna argue with that <g>. You might wanna add >Sabrina Lloyd and Winona Ryder to that list too :-) **Anyone want to tell me why Nonie is in a movie with the 500 yr old Richard Gere? Like there's NEVER movies about young women and decrepit men... kaboomie Hmm Gere isn't that bad. In Holy Smoke, Kate Winslet and Barfy Keitel do the nasty, I dry heaved in the theater. Yet, Kate is so yummy that I'm forced to buy the movie on DVD when it comes out next Tues. :)

2000-08-04 00:00:00 - Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Zabana Brandon <zabana@collegetoday.com>)


Mike. H. wroteded: > Zabana Brandon wrote: > > Ta' wroteded: > > > kaboomie wrote: > > > > Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > > > > > > > > >>> > <Rabid Panda> > > > > >>> > > > > >>> <Accidental Oxen> > > > > >> > > > > >><Loose Goose> > > > > > > > > > ><Introspective Insect> > > > > > > > > <Perpendicular Penguin> > > > > > > <Silly Salamander> > > > > You stole my Salanander!!! > > > > [viscious fishslap] > > > > <barbarian bird> > > <oscillating ostrich> Ostriches oscillate?

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> I'm certainly not gonna argue with that <g>. You might >> wanna add Sabrina Lloyd and Winona Ryder to that list >> too :-) > > Not to mention Nicole DeBoer. Yeah, she's pretty cute too :-) Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys >> go for the above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer >> dark/red-haired, hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But >> then that's just me - I might be strange <shrug> > > No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like or > get turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. You mean the Pam Anderson/Melinda Messenger/Jeri Ryan type? Ack! I dunno what guys see in them. They're a big turn OFF for me. >> Silverhawk the... hey, wait a minute, I *am* Strange <g> > > And strange is good. :} Hmmm..... I'm not so sure. > ... Or what if we supposedly "die" and then wake up at the > beginning of our lives again, sort of like making this life > nothing but an intense preview of what's to come so we > *might* remember it if we're lucky and have another chance? That's creepy, 'cause that actually happens to me a lot. Deja-vu I mean. I have this theory that the whole universe is just one gigantic loop. You know the theory where it says that the universe's expansion will slow down, stop, then start to back up on itself? Well what if at the end of time, this contraction ends up being the thing that causes the Big Bang which starts off the universe all over again? It's not like a time-loop as such, just an endless rerun one after another. So what if deja-vu is actually you remembering what happened in the previous loop? <shudder> Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > You and the rest will have to *stay* curious for a while. <g> > > > But inquiring minds want to know! > They can just continue enquiring. <g> -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > No. I'm just contributing to the salaries of a bunch of corrupt fat-cats who > > don't give a shit about us, the little people. > > > That's true of politicians all over the globe... > Doesn't mean we have to be happy about them taking all our money away. -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > [snip] > > The job isn't the problem. It's tiring, but I can live with it. The income > > isn't great, but it's OK. What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get paid, > > 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. > > Well, that's government for you, they take stuff... :\ > Yeah, but I'm left with about $60 to live on for a whole month! > > Everyone hates failure.. I hate embarrassment myself, but you have to > deal with it when it happens. Physical pain, heh..I completely freak > out whenever I see a needle and I had to go through a major 10-hour > spine surgery two years ago. Point is, you have to deal with physical > pain/discomfort. I have a very low pain threshold, heh... I knock my knee against one of the filing cabinets at work, and it hurts like I've shattered the knee-cap... > And you talk about emotional pain, well I think of > myself as in the wrong and get the urge to cry whenever anyone yells at > me or talks to me in a certain way or when someone I love or look up to > gets upset or irritated at/by me, those things being warranted or not > (a result of being yelled at constantly and not being able to yell > back, feel angry, or even cry).. Sometimes I even feel like crying when > nothing's happened (my "moods"), my emotional resistance is made of > sopping wet tissue paper. I would imagine that at those times, you need a great big *smooch* :) > Regardless of who you are, you have to deal > with failure, embarrassment, and physical/emotional pain (I deal with > it by seeing it from another angle and getting pissed..). Those things > don't come in certain intensity levels depending on that person's > strength. You just have to get through those times when they come and > hope you get stronger as you go. > Yeah, but I haven't got anyone to smooch me when I'm down... not IRL :( -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > Yeah... Borg, Vulcans, Klingons, Romulans, Bajorans... > > <g> > > Yea, see? Go find 'em! :P > > Hey, which species do you think I am? :P > Romulan. <g> > > > > *confused* > > <g> > > EB seems to be outgoing and flirtacious with the gals.. I think that's > the real you--the 'you' you *could* be if you weren't shy.. > Yeah, probably. But I'm always afraid to voice my opinions or be the "real me", because I used to do that when I was younger and often got laughed at and mocked for it. > > > > Two years makes little difference, I suspect :) > > Well, Mr. Jup thinks I look a little older.. > Better to look 19 than 17 ;-) > > > > You and the rest will have to *stay* curious for a while. <g> > > Aw darn :P > 'Fraid so... > Oh, Mr. Jup told me he saw the thing ya said about your government > taking 90% of your money.. He said that your 'labor party' is the one > that does that, and if you keep voting for your party ('labor' > something..), your money problems won't stop... > They're called Labour, with a 'u' ;-) And they're a damn sight better than the other option... like you we have two main parties. Ours are Labour and Conservative (also known as Tory). Given the choice, I'd prefer Labour. -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Hey, which species do you think I am? :P > > Romulan. <g> er....Why? [snip] > > EB seems to be outgoing and flirtacious with the gals.. I think that's > > the real you--the 'you' you *could* be if you weren't shy.. > > Yeah, probably. But I'm always afraid to voice my opinions or be the "real > me", because I used to do that when I was younger and often got laughed at > and mocked for it. ..well, that's some people for you. Even now, my ideas/views/opinions are treated as worthless 'ignorant little girl'-talk. ..by family and their friends, that is. When I first got online, I started to share the total me (my ideas/views/opinions on religion, morals, etc) in an AOL chatroom with 30- and 40-year-olds (the same ages of the people in my real life who ignored me), and by the end of the chat, I was accepted and well-liked and I felt like more of a person who deserves a say just as much as any other 'adult.' The people who laugh at you or mock you for your views will probably always do that (usually family and family friends). I think you should just make more connections with people your age and older and share your views with them, they're bound to take you more seriously and not treat you like a drooling gibberish- babbling two-year-old. [snip] > Better to look 19 than 17 ;-) Well, yea! ..*Now* I look maybe 15 or 16! :PPPP > > > You and the rest will have to *stay* curious for a while. <g> > > Aw darn :P > 'Fraid so... Meanie :P > > Oh, Mr. Jup told me he saw the thing ya said about your government > > taking 90% of your money.. He said that your 'labor party' is the one > > that does that, and if you keep voting for your party ('labor' > > something..), your money problems won't stop... > > They're called Labour, with a 'u' ;-) > And they're a damn sight better than the other option... like you we have > two main parties. Ours are Labour and Conservative (also known as Tory). > Given the choice, I'd prefer Labour. He says: "Well, as long as you keep voting for Labour, they'll be happy to keep sucking you dry of your income. That's the difference between the Tories and the Labourites--Tories believe the money is yours and Labour believes that the money is theirs. ..Enjoy the fruits of your "labour" and the paltry crumbs that they give to you!" (I have no idea what the freakies I just dictated(?), for all I know it coulda been in Japanese!) -- .-~* Jup <-- considering a career in stenonagraphicalogy :PPPP - *We are not separate from spirit, We are in it.* -Plotinus Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Well, that's government for you, they take stuff... :\ > > Yeah, but I'm left with about $60 to live on for a whole month! I don't know how your government works, but if you don't like the way things are, then try to change it.. Write letters if you want to. Or you could try to find a higher-paying job. [snip] > I have a very low pain threshold, heh... I knock my knee against one of the > filing cabinets at work, and it hurts like I've shattered the knee- cap... Well, uh..try not to do that then. :P ..watch where you're going and stuff.. :P FTI, I put maximum-strength Neo-sporin (pain-reliever) on paper cuts! ..with band-aids. ..And I make Mr. Jup kiss all my 'owies,' which he seems to have no problem with. <g> [snip] > > nothing's happened (my "moods"), my emotional resistance is made of > > sopping wet tissue paper. > > I would imagine that at those times, you need a great big *smooch* :) Well, now I get a hug and a smooch whenever I want/need it.. :} [snip] > > strength. You just have to get through those times when they come and > > hope you get stronger as you go. > > Yeah, but I haven't got anyone to smooch me when I'm down... not IRL : ( For a very long time, I didn't have anyone to smooch or hug me.. Just words on a screen or a voice on the phone. It was all I could get at the moment. ..Just use whatever you can to get through those times (talking to your possible love interest or friends online). -- .-~* Jup - *We are not separate from spirit, We are in it.* -Plotinus Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Dev wrote >What I can't stand is that, as soon as I get > paid, > > > 90% of it is gone, straight away, most of it to the goddamn government. > > > > Well, that's government for you, they take stuff... :\ > > > > Yeah, but I'm left with about $60 to live on for a whole month! Wow! 90%???? What are they taking that much for? > > > Regardless of who you are, you have to deal > > with failure, embarrassment, and physical/emotional pain (I deal with > > it by seeing it from another angle and getting pissed..). Those things > > don't come in certain intensity levels depending on that person's > > strength. You just have to get through those times when they come and > > hope you get stronger as you go. > > > > Yeah, but I haven't got anyone to smooch me when I'm down... not IRL :( LOL! Take it from one who knows, most often when you feel down about something the other person just tells you to get a grip and stop whinging! The smooches for that are very few and far between! Lisa

2000-08-05 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message news:sPVi5.5053 > Dev wrote > > > > Yeah, but I'm left with about $60 to live on for a whole month! > > Wow! 90%???? What are they taking that much for? > Well, it's not just them - but I'm getting charged over ���150 per month just for rent... (calculated, of course, from the *gross* wage, rather than the *net* wage which is what I actually GET...). Then there's my travel fees, debts, phone bill, etc., and after that, I have about ���40 per month for my food... > > > > Yeah, but I haven't got anyone to smooch me when I'm down... not IRL :( > > LOL! Take it from one who knows, most often when you feel down about > something the other person just tells you to get a grip and stop whinging! > The smooches for that are very few and far between! > Well I've gotten plenty of them online, so why can't that translate to IRL? ;-) -- * If you travel far enough, you'll eventually meet yourself. That's gotta suck. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-06 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Dev wrote > > > > Wow! 90%???? What are they taking that much for? > > > > Well, it's not just them - but I'm getting charged over ���150 per month just > for rent... (calculated, of course, from the *gross* wage, rather than the > *net* wage which is what I actually GET...). Then there's my travel fees, > debts, phone bill, etc., and after that, I have about ���40 per month for my > food... Dev my love, thats life, thats what you go to work for, the money to pay for things to sustain your life. Somewhere to live, something to eat, something to keep you warm. At least there is enough to do all that, the time to worry is when there isnt. I've lost count of the amount of times when we were first married that we had about ���1.00 left to last us the week until payday. When you live through these times it makes you so much more appreciative when things are better. ���150 per month for rent is *not* alot of money. No one forced you to have your credit card and therefore the debt to pay, no one forces you to use the phone or the internet, these things are your choice.

2000-08-06 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Steve wrote > > The smooches for that are very few and far between! > > > Stop wallowing in self-pity, Lisa. > > <g> Are you typing that from the pub?

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! > > > Question: Who makes you pay rent? > Local government. -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote in message > > It doesnt sound like that. > > I dont pay rent. OTOH, My parents are less than finacially > secure, so I help them out a lot. Gladly. (okok, I grumble > every so often, just because. <g>) > That's what I meant :) I'm glad to pay my mum some money out of my wages to help with my upkeep. But just because I work, the bloody government thinks I should pay a load *on top* of that. -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message > > I remember as soon as I left school and got my first job I had to start > paying rent to my parents. IIRC it was ���20 a week, but that was way back in > the dark ages <g>............My parents didn't need the money, they just > wanted me to develop a sense of responsibility about my money. > But that wasn't what I meant. I *already* pay my mum money for upkeep. Having to pay ���150 a month to the *government* ON TOP of that is, quite frankly, out of line. -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message > Dev wrote > > > > It is when you're only getting ���550 a month to start with! > > It still leaves ���400!!!! > Not after travel costs... > > Oh Dev!!! You should be glad not to be around me when I read that comment! > You are an adult and should pay your way, why should your mother have to > keep looking after you now that you are grown up and capable? > Because I *already* pay her money for my upkeep... why should I have to pay the government for it too? > > LOL, again completely your choice, computers are not a necessity of life, no > matter what you think. > Friends are. And without my computer, I'd have no friends. Ergo, my computer is a necessity of life ;-) > > > > Well, can I blame BT for being such a bunch of out-of-touch profit-mongers > > that charge exorbitantly high prices for local-rate calls??? > > yes you can <g> > Good :-) -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > I wish someone could kiss mine. <g> > > ::thwaps EB's on the forehead:: *smooches his forehead* ..There :P > THUD! > > That's the trouble... reading *smooch* or *comfort* on the screen is not the > > same as getting a great big hug IRL :) > > It isn't the same, but sometimes it has to do.. > Unfortunately so... since my new sweetheart - and she and I seem meant for each other - live a long way apart... -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mm8op$r5j$1@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk... > Evil Bill wrote... > > I don't connect well with most people round about my age, I > > have to admit. > > Same here. At Community College, I always used to hang around with > all the older guys, cause I was just completely out of touch with what > people my own age were doing/talking about. > > Saying that, it probably helps to meet people with similar interests > to yourself. Ever since I joined the local sci-fi club about 2 years > ago, I've started to make acquaintances more closer to my own age. > Unfortunately, living in a very small town has its disadvantages in that area... -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > > EB wrote: > > > > Romulan. <g> > > > > > > er....Why? > > > > 'Cause you're evil and bloodthirsty, but better-looking than a Cardassian. > > <g> > > Oh. <vEEEEEg> > ;-) > [snip] > > My family always listened to me and (most of the time) took me > seriously. It > > Why? > Because! <g> > [snip] > > That's cause the Net rules ;-) > > You can be so much more yourself online :) > > Well become more of yourself then. > Hmmmm... > > I don't connect well with most people round about my age, I have to admit. > > Most of them are too immature. <g> > > Well, I don't know about the immature part, but I don't connect well > with people my age either. I almost always keep to myself (unless I > have to talk to somebody or unless someone talks to me). Maybe you > should make older friends? > That's what I do online ;-) > > Well, this time, I don't want to get everyone's hopes up, in case it doesn't > > work out ;-) > > Well, isn't there always the chance of things not working out? I mean, > it's what I worry about all the time.. > Yeah, but I'm planning on being a little more cautious than last time. > > Sure, they don't take as much - but they never put any of it into > > public services either... > > He says: "Services such as..?" > The bus service I need to use to be able to get to work... Labour introduced it... > > under the Tories, it would have been impossible for me to get a job, > > as there wouldn't have *been* a regular bus service to my place of > > work... > > He says: "The ideal is that you'd be able to own your own car to get > to and from work, but largely because of the Labourites and Leftist > policies regarding that "luxury" of an automobile (specifically > relating to the astronomically ludicrous price of gasoline) effectively > makes it impossible for you to even afford something modest. If you > could afford the car (and its maintainence costs), you wouldn't need to > depend on the Labourites for your transportation, you could provide > your own for yourself. Without creating this need for dependence, the > Labourites would lose out come election time. It's a vicious cycle, and > people like you end up getting screwed the most by the party you > thought stood up for your beliefs and values (or livelihood) the most." > I can't drive, and don't earn enough to afford a car, anyway. So I *have* to catch the bus. -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


<bg> My parents offered me and my siblings a really great deal, I think. If we want to go to college, we have the option of free lodging to save on expenses, which is why I'm living at home still. College is expensive! eSKay On Mon, 7 Aug 2000 13:15:30 +0100, "Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > >EvilBill[AGQx] <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote > >> Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! > >Bull! > >You are no longer a child so it is only right that you contribute to >household expenses. > >As for the amount of money you have left after paying your bills - I have >worked my arse off for years and still after all the bills are paid (granted >some of those were our choice to get i.e. Satellite TV, Car loans etc) I >rarely have more than ���15 a week to actually spend on myself. Your story >isn't that unusual. Just count your self lucky you have anything to spare, >some people don't. > >Allie >x > > > "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> But that wasn't what I meant. I *already* pay my mum money > for upkeep. Having to pay ���150 a month to the *government* > ON TOP of that is, quite frankly, out of line. Huh??? I don't get this. How on earth is the government charging you ���150 rent for living at home? That smells fishier than one of Baldrick's apple crumbles. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message > > But that wasn't what I meant. I *already* pay my mum money > > for upkeep. Having to pay ���150 a month to the *government* > > ON TOP of that is, quite frankly, out of line. > > Huh??? I don't get this. How on earth is the government charging you > ���150 rent for living at home? That smells fishier than one of > Baldrick's apple crumbles. > Well, technically they're charging my *mother* for the rent. But she's unemployed, so can't afford to pay it, so the onus is on me. ���150 is nearly a month's income for her. -- * "Sir, they've taken Mr Rimmer!" "Well quick, let's get outta here before they bring him back!" ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TheFlinx <theFlinxx@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote in message > >Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! I agree, the nerve! You should move out immediately

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> > No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like >> > or get turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. >> >> You mean the Pam Anderson/Melinda Messenger/Jeri >> Ryan type? > > Yea, that's what type I meant.. > >> Ack! I dunno what guys see in them. They're a big turn >> OFF for me. > > Wow.. I must say that I'm surprised.. You and everyone else. This is why I tend not to voice my opinion on this topic that often. Every time I do, people look at me like I'm crazy or abnormal or something. One guy when I was at school was convinced I was gay because of it. >> "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. > > But what if what you see and what you hear isn't real? > >> I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world >> appears." > > Doesn't it? It's a song lyric I thought sounded nice. I haven't really thought about the philosophical ramifications of it <g>. Silverhawk the Strange -- "It's a hopeless situation. Lie awake for half the night. You're not sure what's going on here. But you're sure it isn't right."

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk>)


Allie wrote > > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! > > Bull! > > You are no longer a child so it is only right that you contribute to > household expenses. I nearly choked when I read his comment. > > As for the amount of money you have left after paying your bills - I have > worked my arse off for years and still after all the bills are paid (granted > some of those were our choice to get i.e. Satellite TV, Car loans etc) I > rarely have more than ���15 a week to actually spend on myself. Your story > isn't that unusual. Just count your self lucky you have anything to spare, > some people don't. Indeed!

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote > I nearly choked when I read his comment. Me too! I remember as soon as I left school and got my first job I had to start paying rent to my parents. IIRC it was ���20 a week, but that was way back in the dark ages <g>............My parents didn't need the money, they just wanted me to develop a sense of responsibility about my money. Allie x

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Silverhawk the Strange wrote: > > >> > No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like > >> > or get turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. > >> > >> You mean the Pam Anderson/Melinda Messenger/Jeri > >> Ryan type? > > > > Yea, that's what type I meant.. > > > >> Ack! I dunno what guys see in them. They're a big turn > >> OFF for me. > > > > Wow.. I must say that I'm surprised.. > > You and everyone else. This is why I tend not to voice my opinion on > this topic that often. Every time I do, people look at me like I'm > crazy or abnormal or something. One guy when I was at school was > convinced I was gay because of it. > Yeah, I get flack sometimes for preferring A-cup to DDD. Very weird, that. (I also get flack for not liking artificially enhanced breasts) Although, I think Jeri Ryan is attractive, but I'm finding her less attractive over time. * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > No. I'm just contributing to the salaries of a bunch of corrupt fat-cats > who > > > don't give a shit about us, the little people. > > > > > That's true of politicians all over the globe... > > > > Doesn't mean we have to be happy about them taking all our money away. > True. * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message news:v8lj5.12216 > > Dev wrote > > > > > > Well, it's not just them - but I'm getting charged over �150 per month > just > > > for rent... (calculated, of course, from the *gross* wage, rather than > the > > > *net* wage which is what I actually GET...). Then there's my travel > fees, > > > debts, phone bill, etc., and after that, I have about �40 per month for > my > > > food... > > > > Dev my love, thats life, thats what you go to work for, the money to pay > for > > things to sustain your life. Somewhere to live, something to eat, > something > > to keep you warm. At least there is enough to do all that, the time to > > worry is when there isnt. I've lost count of the amount of times when we > > were first married that we had about �1.00 left to last us the week until > > payday. When you live through these times it makes you so much more > > appreciative when things are better. �150 per month for rent is *not* > alot > > of money. > > It is when you're only getting �550 a month to start with! > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! > Question: Who makes you pay rent? * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk>)


"Allie Andrews" <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mmcnn$794$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote > > > I nearly choked when I read his comment. > > Me too! > > I remember as soon as I left school and got my first job I had to start > paying rent to my parents. IIRC it was ���20 a week, but that was way back in > the dark ages <g>............My parents didn't need the money, they just > wanted me to develop a sense of responsibility about my money. > I always remember my dad saying that as soon as I left school I would be expected to contribute. Even if I only did a paper round and earned ���5 a week I would have been expected to give some of that to them and I would have been proud to have done so to be honest. Once I started to pay I felt like an adult and not like a kept child. Lisa

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message news:398EC529.DD7FC30D@pilot.msu.edu... > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > "Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message news:v8lj5.12216 > > > Dev wrote > > > > > > > > Well, it's not just them - but I'm getting charged over ���150 per month > > just > > > > for rent... (calculated, of course, from the *gross* wage, rather than > > the > > > > *net* wage which is what I actually GET...). Then there's my travel > > fees, > > > > debts, phone bill, etc., and after that, I have about ���40 per month for > > my > > > > food... > > > > > > Dev my love, thats life, thats what you go to work for, the money to pay > > for > > > things to sustain your life. Somewhere to live, something to eat, > > something > > > to keep you warm. At least there is enough to do all that, the time to > > > worry is when there isnt. I've lost count of the amount of times when we > > > were first married that we had about ���1.00 left to last us the week until > > > payday. When you live through these times it makes you so much more > > > appreciative when things are better. ���150 per month for rent is *not* > > alot > > > of money. > > > > It is when you're only getting ���550 a month to start with! > > > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! > > > Question: Who makes you pay rent? I would have hoped his conscience and his self respect would make him want to pay rent.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message news:CMzj5.13209$V_2.827664@news1.cableinet.net... > > > Question: Who makes you pay rent? > > > I would have hoped his conscience and his self respect would make him want > to pay rent. It doesnt sound like that. I dont pay rent. OTOH, My parents are less than finacially secure, so I help them out a lot. Gladly. (okok, I grumble every so often, just because. <g>)

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk> wrote in message news:v8lj5.12216 > Dev wrote > > > > Well, it's not just them - but I'm getting charged over ���150 per month just > > for rent... (calculated, of course, from the *gross* wage, rather than the > > *net* wage which is what I actually GET...). Then there's my travel fees, > > debts, phone bill, etc., and after that, I have about ���40 per month for my > > food... > > Dev my love, thats life, thats what you go to work for, the money to pay for > things to sustain your life. Somewhere to live, something to eat, something > to keep you warm. At least there is enough to do all that, the time to > worry is when there isnt. I've lost count of the amount of times when we > were first married that we had about ���1.00 left to last us the week until > payday. When you live through these times it makes you so much more > appreciative when things are better. ���150 per month for rent is *not* alot > of money. It is when you're only getting ���550 a month to start with! Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! > No one forced you to have your credit card Actually, they did... the card came with the student account, and to get my current hard drive (a now-almost-full 14gigs, upgraded from 2 gigs) I had to use it ;-) > and therefore the debt > to pay, no one forces you to use the phone or the internet, these things are > your choice. > Well, can I blame BT for being such a bunch of out-of-touch profit-mongers that charge exorbitantly high prices for local-rate calls??? -- * Don't you pass out on me now! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > > I don't know how your government works, but if you don't like the way > things are, then try to change it.. Write letters if you want to. Or > you could try to find a higher-paying job. > Hah! <g> > > Well, uh..try not to do that then. :P ..watch where you're going and > stuff.. :P > FTI, I put maximum-strength Neo-sporin (pain-reliever) on paper > cuts! ..with band-aids. ..And I make Mr. Jup kiss all my 'owies,' which > he seems to have no problem with. <g> > I wish someone could kiss mine. <g> > > > > I would imagine that at those times, you need a great big *smooch* :) > > Well, now I get a hug and a smooch whenever I want/need it.. :} > Lucky :-) > > For a very long time, I didn't have anyone to smooch or hug me.. Just > words on a screen or a voice on the phone. It was all I could get at > the moment. ..Just use whatever you can to get through those times > (talking to your possible love interest or friends online). > That's the trouble... reading *smooch* or *comfort* on the screen is not the same as getting a great big hug IRL :) -- * Has anyone seen my planet-killer? I'm sure I left it around here somewhere... ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > . . . Or > > you could try to find a higher-paying job. > > Hah! <g> *sigh* [snip] > I wish someone could kiss mine. <g> ::thwaps EB's on the forehead:: *smooches his forehead* ..There :P [snip] > That's the trouble... reading *smooch* or *comfort* on the screen is not the > same as getting a great big hug IRL :) It isn't the same, but sometimes it has to do.. -- .-~* Jup - *We are not separate from spirit, We are in it.* -Plotinus Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > > > Hey, which species do you think I am? :P > > > > Romulan. <g> > > er....Why? > 'Cause you're evil and bloodthirsty, but better-looking than a Cardassian. <g> > > > > Yeah, probably. But I'm always afraid to voice my opinions or be the "real > > me", because I used to do that when I was younger and often got laughed at > > and mocked for it. > > ..well, that's some people for you. Even now, my ideas/views/opinions > are treated as worthless 'ignorant little girl'-talk. ..by family and > their friends, that is. *comfort* My family always listened to me and (most of the time) took me seriously. It was everyone *else* that didn't. > When I first got online, I started to share the > total me (my ideas/views/opinions on religion, morals, etc) in an AOL > chatroom with 30- and 40-year-olds (the same ages of the people in my > real life who ignored me), and by the end of the chat, I was accepted > and well-liked and I felt like more of a person who deserves a say just > as much as any other 'adult.' That's cause the Net rules ;-) You can be so much more yourself online :) > The people who laugh at you or mock you > for your views will probably always do that (usually family and family > friends). I think you should just make more connections with people > your age and older and share your views with them, they're bound to > take you more seriously and not treat you like a drooling gibberish- > babbling two-year-old. > I don't connect well with most people round about my age, I have to admit. Most of them are too immature. <g> > > Better to look 19 than 17 ;-) > > Well, yea! ..*Now* I look maybe 15 or 16! :PPPP > <g> *smoochie* > > 'Fraid so... > > Meanie :P > Well, this time, I don't want to get everyone's hopes up, in case it doesn't work out ;-) > > He says: "Well, as long as you keep voting for Labour, they'll be > happy to keep sucking you dry of your income. That's the difference > between the Tories and the Labourites--Tories believe the money is > yours and Labour believes that the money is theirs. ..Enjoy the fruits > of your "labour" and the paltry crumbs that they give to you!" > "Tories believe the money is yours..." - that's a laugh! Sure, they don't take as much - but they never put any of it into public services either... under the Tories, it would have been impossible for me to get a job, as there wouldn't have *been* a regular bus service to my place of work... -- * Has anyone seen my planet-killer? I'm sure I left it around here somewhere... ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > EB wrote: [snip] > > > Romulan. <g> > > > > er....Why? > > 'Cause you're evil and bloodthirsty, but better-looking than a Cardassian. > <g> Oh. <vEEEEEg> [snip] > My family always listened to me and (most of the time) took me seriously. It Why? [snip] > That's cause the Net rules ;-) > You can be so much more yourself online :) Well become more of yourself then. [snip] > I don't connect well with most people round about my age, I have to admit. > Most of them are too immature. <g> Well, I don't know about the immature part, but I don't connect well with people my age either. I almost always keep to myself (unless I have to talk to somebody or unless someone talks to me). Maybe you should make older friends? [snip] > Well, this time, I don't want to get everyone's hopes up, in case it doesn't > work out ;-) Well, isn't there always the chance of things not working out? I mean, it's what I worry about all the time.. [snip] > "Tories believe the money is yours..." - that's a laugh! He says: "Ah, but it's still true.. That will always be the difference between the Conservative and Liberal/Labour ideologies--The Left will always believe they know how to spend your money better than you do, which is why they favor taking so much of it, leaving you with nothing but crumbs." > Sure, they don't take as much - but they never put any of it into > public services either... He says: "Services such as..?" > under the Tories, it would have been impossible for me to get a job, > as there wouldn't have *been* a regular bus service to my place of > work... He says: "The ideal is that you'd be able to own your own car to get to and from work, but largely because of the Labourites and Leftist policies regarding that "luxury" of an automobile (specifically relating to the astronomically ludicrous price of gasoline) effectively makes it impossible for you to even afford something modest. If you could afford the car (and its maintainence costs), you wouldn't need to depend on the Labourites for your transportation, you could provide your own for yourself. Without creating this need for dependence, the Labourites would lose out come election time. It's a vicious cycle, and people like you end up getting screwed the most by the party you thought stood up for your beliefs and values (or livelihood) the most." -- .-~* Jup - *We are not separate from spirit, We are in it.* -Plotinus Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@cableinet.co.uk>)


Dev wrote > > It is when you're only getting ���550 a month to start with! It still leaves ���400!!!! > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! Oh Dev!!! You should be glad not to be around me when I read that comment! You are an adult and should pay your way, why should your mother have to keep looking after you now that you are grown up and capable? > > > No one forced you to have your credit card > > Actually, they did... the card came with the student account, and to get my > current hard drive (a now-almost-full 14gigs, upgraded from 2 gigs) I had to > use it ;-) LOL, again completely your choice, computers are not a necessity of life, no matter what you think. > > > and therefore the debt > > to pay, no one forces you to use the phone or the internet, these things > are > > your choice. > > > > Well, can I blame BT for being such a bunch of out-of-touch profit-mongers > that charge exorbitantly high prices for local-rate calls??? yes you can <g>

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


Damn, I should be asleep but I'm restless... In article <8mlman$flr$1@nnrp1.deja.com>, Empress (DJ) says... > >> Sure, they don't take as much - but they never put any of it into >> public services either... > > He says: "Services such as..?" > >> under the Tories, it would have been impossible for me to get a job, >> as there wouldn't have *been* a regular bus service to my place of >> work... > > He says: "The ideal is that you'd be able to own your own car to get >to and from work, but largely because of the Labourites and Leftist >policies regarding that "luxury" of an automobile (specifically >relating to the astronomically ludicrous price of gasoline) effectively >makes it impossible for you to even afford something modest. If you >could afford the car (and its maintainence costs), you wouldn't need to >depend on the Labourites for your transportation, you could provide >your own for yourself. Without creating this need for dependence, the >Labourites would lose out come election time. It's a vicious cycle, and >people like you end up getting screwed the most by the party you >thought stood up for your beliefs and values (or livelihood) the most." Of course, you might end up with far too many people owning cars and not enough money to build and maintain roads to handle them. I take it neither of you have been to LA, huh? BTW, guess who's gonna be at the anti-WTO protests outside the Democratic Convention later this month? I guess those Anarchists need witnesses when LA's hired thugs with badges go to work on them.

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - To pay rent or not to pay rent (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> When you live through these times it makes you so much >> more appreciative when things are better. ���150 per month >> for rent is *not* a lot of money. > > It is when you're only getting ���550 a month to start with! > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made > to pay rent! If you don't mind me saying that sounds a little ungrateful. I've only been on about ���150 a month for over a year now (through social security benefit - my business doesn't do any more than give me pocket change... literally) and I *offered* ���80 a month to my parents out of that. I considered that the least I could do. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


Evil Bill wrote... > I don't connect well with most people round about my age, I > have to admit. Same here. At Community College, I always used to hang around with all the older guys, cause I was just completely out of touch with what people my own age were doing/talking about. Saying that, it probably helps to meet people with similar interests to yourself. Ever since I joined the local sci-fi club about 2 years ago, I've started to make acquaintances more closer to my own age. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay rent! Bull! You are no longer a child so it is only right that you contribute to household expenses. As for the amount of money you have left after paying your bills - I have worked my arse off for years and still after all the bills are paid (granted some of those were our choice to get i.e. Satellite TV, Car loans etc) I rarely have more than ���15 a week to actually spend on myself. Your story isn't that unusual. Just count your self lucky you have anything to spare, some people don't. Allie x

2000-08-07 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Silverhawky wrote: [snip] > > No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like or > > get turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. > > You mean the Pam Anderson/Melinda Messenger/Jeri Ryan type? Yea, that's what type I meant.. > Ack! I > dunno what guys see in them. They're a big turn OFF for me. Wow.. I must say that I'm surprised.. > >> Silverhawk the... hey, wait a minute, I *am* Strange <g> > > > > And strange is good. :} > > Hmmm..... I'm not so sure. Strange/weird=unique.. > > ... Or what if we supposedly "die" and then wake up at the > > beginning of our lives again, sort of like making this life > > nothing but an intense preview of what's to come so we > > *might* remember it if we're lucky and have another chance? > > That's creepy, 'cause that actually happens to me a lot. Deja-vu I > mean. Me, too. But not so much lately. The thing right now is daily nightmares (another freaky thing.. When my boyfriend naps in my bed (when I'm not there :P), he has nightmares, but ones where he dreams he's me and in my past or having the nightmares I usually have). > I have this theory that the whole universe is just one gigantic loop. > You know the theory where it says that the universe's expansion will > slow down, stop, then start to back up on itself? Well what if at the > end of time, this contraction ends up being the thing that causes the > Big Bang which starts off the universe all over again? It's not like > a time-loop as such, just an endless rerun one after another. So what > if deja-vu is actually you remembering what happened in the previous > loop? > > <shudder> Exactly. And if it were that way, maybe it's better to either barely remember or not remember at all...we'd all go insane otherwise. <g> > Silverhawk the Strange > -- > "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. But what if what you see and what you hear isn't real? > I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears." Doesn't it? -- .-~* Jup - *We are not separate from spirit, We are in it.* -Plotinus Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Tue, 8 Aug 2000 20:20:25 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >I think so. Me and my new love interest have been good friends for quite a > >while, and I guess it was a few weeks ago that we started to realize that > >there was something more between us. > > that sounds great! > It is :) I have a really good feeling about this. We care about each other a great deal. -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: To pay rent or not to pay rent (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (King of Cyberia <garyli@reincarnate.com.GRETHOR>)


On Aug 7 Silverhawk the Strange walked on stage, wiggled said hiney and=20 spoke to the members of alt.tv.star-trek.voyager: EvilBill wrote, > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made > to pay rent! Why pay rent to live with Mum, when you can pay rent to live independently? \ \If you don't mind me saying that sounds a little ungrateful. I've \only been on about =A3150 a month for over a year now (through social \security benefit - my business doesn't do any more than give me pocket \change... literally) and I *offered* =A380 a month to my parents out of \that. I considered that the least I could do. "Social security?" How old are you Silver? --=20 "Why do you ask questions for which you already know the answers?" (Patrick Stewart) 33% Borg-implant, 33% Klingon-raised, 33% Vulcan-trained, and 101% Human-born! Home of Section 31 and Area 001 Command: home.coqui.net/hannbio/index1.htm

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message news:VTRj5.15530 > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> > wrote in message news:8mn7hi$rla$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > > > Well, technically they're charging my *mother* for the rent. But she's > > unemployed, so can't afford to pay it, so the onus is on me. ���150 is nearly > > a month's income for her. > > You live in the house, you're an adult and you're earning. Why do you think > you shouldnt pay the rent? > I just think they're charging me too much. Reason: they calculate it from the *gross* income, rather than from what I actually *get*. -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > That's what I do online ;-) > > And it works here, don't it? So do it IRL! > It doesn't quite work that way... > [snip] > > Yeah, but I'm planning on being a little more cautious than last time. > > I guess that's a good idea.. > I think so. Me and my new love interest have been good friends for quite a while, and I guess it was a few weeks ago that we started to realize that there was something more between us. > > > > The bus service I need to use to be able to get to work... Labour introduced > > it... > > Him: "Did they only introduce bus service that recently? What on earth > did they have before that?" > Nothing. Well, there was a weekend bus service, but that was it as far as getting to Exeter (the city I work in) went. > [snip] > > I can't drive, > > Him: "Why?" > I could never afford to learn. My family's always been on a low income. > > and don't earn enough to afford a car, anyway. > > Him: "I know that. ..That's why I said what I said above--the > Labourites have made it so that people like you won't be able to > afford, not only a car, but maintenance and gasoline, etc." > It's not that. Quite simply, my wages aren't enough to allow me to buy a car. A car is over a year's salary for me. Besides, there's one other crucial factor: I don't *want* to add to the atmosphere's pollution level by getting a car; my allergies are bad enough as it is, without me doing things to make them worse. > > So I *have* to catch the bus. > > Him: "That's exactly what they're counting on. And again, they'll keep > on taking all of your money for that one little paltry crumb of a > service. I don't know if you actually do vote or not, but if you do, > and you do vote for the Labourites, you've sold your soul for a bus > ride. Now do you think it's still worth it?" > Actually, I don't bother voting. Most of the time, all the different parties *are* as bad as each other... there's no one that would be any better (or any worse) than the others. -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > > Now, did you just fall down 'cause I hit you in the forehead or 'cause > I kissed you? :P > Definitely the kiss ;-) > > Well, dammit, there you go! You want more money and your life to be > better.. Well, in order to meet that gal (and have the means to get > there), you gotta strive for it, don't ya? > In other words, I need to ask for a pay raise. <g> -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message > > > > Doesn't that just creep you out? I sometimes feel like I'm not > > alone in the dark... that something's waiting for me to let my > > guard down so it can strike.... mwahaha!!! > > Damn you're scary <eg> > Scary is fun ;-) -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 8 Aug 2000 20:20:25 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message >> EB wrote: >> > >> > That's what I do online ;-) >> >> And it works here, don't it? So do it IRL! >> > >It doesn't quite work that way... > >> [snip] >> > Yeah, but I'm planning on being a little more cautious than last time. >> >> I guess that's a good idea.. >> > >I think so. Me and my new love interest have been good friends for quite a >while, and I guess it was a few weeks ago that we started to realize that >there was something more between us. > that sounds great! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> You and everyone else. This is why I tend not to voice my >> opinion on this topic that often. Every time I do, people look >> at me like I'm crazy or abnormal or something. One guy >> when I was at school was convinced I was gay because of it. > > I think you're cool.. :} <blinks in surprise> Er... okay, I'm not gonna argue. >> "It's a hopeless situation. Lie awake for half the night. >> You're not sure what's going on here. But you're sure it isn't >> right." > > Doesn't that just creep you out? I sometimes feel like I'm not > alone in the dark... that something's waiting for me to let my > guard down so it can strike.... mwahaha!!! Damn you're scary <eg> Silverhawk the Strange -- "Why are we here? Because we're here."

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Mon, 7 Aug 2000 21:13:33 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message >> EB wrote: >> > I wish someone could kiss mine. <g> >> >> ::thwaps EB's on the forehead:: *smooches his forehead* ..There :P >> > >THUD! > >> > That's the trouble... reading *smooch* or *comfort* on the screen is not >the >> > same as getting a great big hug IRL :) >> >> It isn't the same, but sometimes it has to do.. >> > >Unfortunately so... since my new sweetheart - and she and I seem meant for >each other - live a long way apart... You already have a new sweetheart? Jeez, and *you* keep telling me how ugly and unappealing to women you are???????? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mn7hi$rla$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote > in message > > > But that wasn't what I meant. I *already* pay my mum money > > > for upkeep. Having to pay ���150 a month to the *government* > > > ON TOP of that is, quite frankly, out of line. > > > > Huh??? I don't get this. How on earth is the government charging you > > ���150 rent for living at home? That smells fishier than one of > > Baldrick's apple crumbles. > > > > Well, technically they're charging my *mother* for the rent. But she's > unemployed, so can't afford to pay it, so the onus is on me. ���150 is nearly > a month's income for her. You live in the house, you're an adult and you're earning. Why do you think you shouldnt pay the rent?

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote > I take it you're referring to the fact that the council take into account > your earnings when assessing your mother for housing benefit? If thats the > case then its only right that you, as a supposed adult, should be > contributing from what you earn. What you pay your mother goes towards > bills and the running of a house, which isn't cheap. For Gods sake the > whole point of benefit is as an aid to people who desperately need it to > survive it is not supposed to provide you with a living. You are young, fit > and capable of earning and are doing that, so you pay for what you want. If > you dont want to pay it, move out and make it on your own, but for Gods sake > quit bitching about paying your way in life. *applause* Allie x

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Silverhawky wrote: [snip] > You and everyone else. This is why I tend not to voice my opinion on > this topic that often. Every time I do, people look at me like I'm > crazy or abnormal or something. One guy when I was at school was > convinced I was gay because of it. I think you're cool.. :} > >> "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. > > > > But what if what you see and what you hear isn't real? > > > >> I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world > >> appears." > > > > Doesn't it? > > It's a song lyric I thought sounded nice. I haven't really thought > about the philosophical ramifications of it <g>. Things like that are fun to think about. But if you do it too much, your brain goes numb and you think you're going to go insane. > Silverhawk the Strange > -- > "It's a hopeless situation. Lie awake for half the night. > You're not sure what's going on here. But you're sure it isn't > right." Doesn't that just creep you out? I sometimes feel like I'm not alone in the dark... that something's waiting for me to let my guard down so it can strike.... mwahaha!!! -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


5er wrote: > Damn, I should be asleep but I'm restless... Try thinking about all the problems of the world, maybe that'll help you sleep.. <eeeeeeeeeeeeeeg> [snip] > Of course, you might end up with far too many people owning cars and not enough > money to build and maintain roads to handle them. He says: "Well, that's the downside to everybody having cars. As for me, I favor a return to good old-fashioned trolley street cars like they have in San Francisco. [ding ding]" > I take it neither of you have > been to LA, huh? Er.. I haven't been to LA (or anywhere in CA), and what was written isn't my view on anything 'cause I don't know about UK politics. As for "YKW:" "I missed going to Los Angeles because the day before I was supposed to go, they went and ruined it by reading the Rodney King verdict and had those nasty riots.. I was told by a gay couple on vacation in Mississippi some months later that I missed out on some fantastic shopping on Rodeo Drive--it was a 100% off sale that day." > BTW, guess who's gonna be at the anti-WTO protests outside the Democratic > Convention later this month? He says: "Barney, the Amazing Purple Dinosaur?" > I guess those Anarchists need witnesses when LA's > hired thugs with badges go to work on them. Him: "Speaking of those kook protestors, you might take a look at this link regarding the rich nuts funding those fruitcakes:" http://www.washtimes.com/op-ed/ed-column-20008716052.htm -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Well, I don't know about the immature part, but I don't connect well > > with people my age either. I almost always keep to myself (unless I > > have to talk to somebody or unless someone talks to me). Maybe you > > should make older friends? > > That's what I do online ;-) And it works here, don't it? So do it IRL! [snip] > Yeah, but I'm planning on being a little more cautious than last time. I guess that's a good idea.. [snip] > > He says: "Services such as..?" > > The bus service I need to use to be able to get to work... Labour introduced > it... Him: "Did they only introduce bus service that recently? What on earth did they have before that?" [snip] > I can't drive, Him: "Why?" > and don't earn enough to afford a car, anyway. Him: "I know that. ..That's why I said what I said above--the Labourites have made it so that people like you won't be able to afford, not only a car, but maintenance and gasoline, etc." > So I *have* to catch the bus. Him: "That's exactly what they're counting on. And again, they'll keep on taking all of your money for that one little paltry crumb of a service. I don't know if you actually do vote or not, but if you do, and you do vote for the Labourites, you've sold your soul for a bus ride. Now do you think it's still worth it?" -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > ::thwaps EB's on the forehead:: *smooches his forehead* ..There :P > > THUD! Now, did you just fall down 'cause I hit you in the forehead or 'cause I kissed you? :P [snip] > > It isn't the same, but sometimes it has to do.. > > Unfortunately so... since my new sweetheart - and she and I seem meant for > each other - live a long way apart... Well, dammit, there you go! You want more money and your life to be better.. Well, in order to meet that gal (and have the means to get there), you gotta strive for it, don't ya? -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mn4bp$tqp$2@news5.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > Besides, I live with my mother, I shouldn't *have* to be made to pay > rent! > > > > > Question: Who makes you pay rent? > > > > Local government. > I assume when you were out of work the government paid your rent for you. Now you are working it is only right you should pay rent. Not many people get to live somewhere for free you know! Allie x

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Allie Andrews <allie@jupiter23.fsnet.co.uk>)


EvilBill[AGQx] <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8mn7hi$rla$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote > in message > > > But that wasn't what I meant. I *already* pay my mum money > > > for upkeep. Having to pay ���150 a month to the *government* > > > ON TOP of that is, quite frankly, out of line. > > > > Huh??? I don't get this. How on earth is the government charging you > > ���150 rent for living at home? That smells fishier than one of > > Baldrick's apple crumbles. > > > > Well, technically they're charging my *mother* for the rent. But she's > unemployed, so can't afford to pay it, so the onus is on me. ���150 is nearly > a month's income for her. Sounds fair engouh to me. Why should the government be expected to continue to pay rent for you and your monther on the place you live in now you have a job.

2000-08-08 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk>)


Dev wrote > > Not after travel costs... <sigh> > > > > > Oh Dev!!! You should be glad not to be around me when I read that > comment! > > You are an adult and should pay your way, why should your mother have to > > keep looking after you now that you are grown up and capable? > > > > Because I *already* pay her money for my upkeep... why should I have to pay > the government for it too? I take it you're referring to the fact that the council take into account your earnings when assessing your mother for housing benefit? If thats the case then its only right that you, as a supposed adult, should be contributing from what you earn. What you pay your mother goes towards bills and the running of a house, which isn't cheap. For Gods sake the whole point of benefit is as an aid to people who desperately need it to survive it is not supposed to provide you with a living. You are young, fit and capable of earning and are doing that, so you pay for what you want. If you dont want to pay it, move out and make it on your own, but for Gods sake quit bitching about paying your way in life. > > > > > LOL, again completely your choice, computers are not a necessity of life, > no > > matter what you think. > > > > Friends are. And without my computer, I'd have no friends. Ergo, my computer > is a necessity of life ;-) Bullshit, thats just an excuse.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 18:42:59 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >No, this is a full-time job. > >I finished school at 16 :-P > >Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but ran out of > >money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years unemployed. > > But didn't you say you were studying web design? > I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't done anything on it in months! -- * Justice, as the humans like to say, is blind. I used to believe that. I'm not sure I can any more. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Tue, 8 Aug 2000 23:44:55 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> On Tue, 8 Aug 2000 20:20:25 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> >I think so. Me and my new love interest have been good friends for quite >a >> >while, and I guess it was a few weeks ago that we started to realize that >> >there was something more between us. >> >> that sounds great! >> > >It is :) >I have a really good feeling about this. We care about each other a great >deal. sounds great! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 18:42:59 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8mraa8 >> EB wrote: >> >> [snip] >> > In other words, I need to ask for a pay raise. <g> >> >> ..or try to find a better-paying job. Are you in school right now? >> > >No, this is a full-time job. >I finished school at 16 :-P >Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but ran out of >money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years unemployed. But didn't you say you were studying web design? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Empress Of The Unknown wrote > Silverhawky wrote: > > [snip] > > > I think you're cool.. :} > > > > <blinks in surprise> Er... okay, I'm not gonna argue. > > <g> > > [snip] > > > Doesn't that just creep you out? I sometimes feel like I'm not > > > alone in the dark... that something's waiting for me to let my > > > guard down so it can strike.... mwahaha!!! > > > > Damn you're scary <eg> > > What if late every night, you felt as if something were watching you.. > Sometimes you could feel it near, other times close.. Something leering > at you from the shadows.. It made your hair stand on end. You don't > know what it wants, what its purpose or intent is--to hurt you or just > plain terrify you. All you're sure of is that it's bad--purely evil. > You're afraid to close your eyes for fear it will strike, and afraid to > keep them open because you may see something you don't want to see-- > something so horribly frightening that the shock and horror of it will > completely terrify you to your soul's core, killing you > instantaneously.. But you always *see,* whether it's the world around > you or the back of your eyelids. So even if you do close your eyes, > maybe it can appear on the black screen of blindness you stare at. What > if you can't hide? > You're lying in bed one night, the sheets pulled up to your chin. > You're staring at the cieling, afraid to look elsewhere. You can feel > it there already, watching you. Despite all the knick-knacks and > blankets filling the room, it all feels empty...very deep...and > cold. ..Just like a tomb. You want to run to the lightswitch and turn > on the light, just to drive the darkness away and feel safe in the warm > comforting light. But, you're afraid to leave the minimal comfort and > false safety of the warm blankets covering your chilled body. You fear > that when you leave your bed, it will capture you and make its kill. So > you lie there, listening to the clock tick, each second falling away.. > Staring at the ceiling, you begin to see a swirl of neon green.. It's > just your sleep-deprived eyes playing tricks on you--or is it? You then > feel it over you, surrounding you.. And you're blinded by the slowly > exploding green light; it's blinded you and you can't see a thing. You > begin to feel it filling you, and it's nothing but bad.. It's negative, > it's evil, it's darkness, it's fear; it contains no good at all. ...And > then you know what it is.. It's you. Your Darkness wins. > > > Silverhawk the Strange > > -- > > "Why are we here? Because we're here." > > So we're here because we're here because we're here? > > -- > .-~* Jup <-- feeling morbid today <eg> Why, 'cause *he* ain't nice to look at, and never was? --- one guy

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: To pay rent or not to pay rent (was "Re: Boxers, briefs orbuff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


King of Cyberia wrote... > "Social security?" How old are you Silver? Nearly 23. Why? Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > > What if late every night, you felt as if something were watching you.. > Sometimes you could feel it near, other times close.. Something leering > at you from the shadows.. It made your hair stand on end. You don't > know what it wants, what its purpose or intent is--to hurt you or just > plain terrify you. All you're sure of is that it's bad--purely evil. > You're afraid to close your eyes for fear it will strike, and afraid to > keep them open because you may see something you don't want to see-- > something so horribly frightening that the shock and horror of it will > completely terrify you to your soul's core, killing you > instantaneously.. But you always *see,* whether it's the world around > you or the back of your eyelids. So even if you do close your eyes, > maybe it can appear on the black screen of blindness you stare at. What > if you can't hide? > You're lying in bed one night, the sheets pulled up to your chin. > You're staring at the cieling, afraid to look elsewhere. You can feel > it there already, watching you. Despite all the knick-knacks and > blankets filling the room, it all feels empty...very deep...and > cold. ..Just like a tomb. You want to run to the lightswitch and turn > on the light, just to drive the darkness away and feel safe in the warm > comforting light. But, you're afraid to leave the minimal comfort and > false safety of the warm blankets covering your chilled body. You fear > that when you leave your bed, it will capture you and make its kill. So > you lie there, listening to the clock tick, each second falling away.. > Staring at the ceiling, you begin to see a swirl of neon green.. It's > just your sleep-deprived eyes playing tricks on you--or is it? You then > feel it over you, surrounding you.. And you're blinded by the slowly > exploding green light; it's blinded you and you can't see a thing. You > begin to feel it filling you, and it's nothing but bad.. It's negative, > it's evil, it's darkness, it's fear; it contains no good at all. ...And > then you know what it is.. It's you. Your Darkness wins. > Give yourself to the Dark Side ;-) -- * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > BOO! > *screams in fright and runs away* <g> -- * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8mraa8 > EB wrote: > > [snip] > > In other words, I need to ask for a pay raise. <g> > > ..or try to find a better-paying job. Are you in school right now? > No, this is a full-time job. I finished school at 16 :-P Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but ran out of money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years unemployed. -- * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > I think so. Me and my new love interest have been good friends for quite a > > while, and I guess it was a few weeks ago that we started to realize that > > there was something more between us. > > Woohoo! :} > My reaction exactly :) > > Him: "AFAIK, I don't believe it costs that much for driving lessons." > It cost more than a family on welfare could afford. > ..Didn't they offer that to students in school? > Nope. > > Him: "How about leasing a car or buying a used car?" > Because all the money I have available after the bills, is for food. > > Him: "EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, > EB.. ::shakes head:: ...You're getting exactly what you pay for. You > have no business even bellyaching about the government if you're not > gonna vote." > > When you don't vote, you end up throwing your vote away. ..And you let > other people make the choice for you. > One vote makes very little difference because of the way the voting system is structured in this country. I voted at the last election (and not for Labour), but it didn't help. > > Him: "It's not the parties that are bad, it's the people in the > parties. But again, as I said above, since you don't vote, you really > shouldn't be complaining." > I don't intend to vote at the next election, because quite simply, it won't make a blind bit of difference. Politicians always make promises they never intend to keep... no matter who I voted for, no matter what they promised, as soon as they got into office it'd be the same all over again: just looking out for their oen selfish interests and not giving a damn about the British people. -- * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Silverhawky wrote: [snip] > > I think you're cool.. :} > > <blinks in surprise> Er... okay, I'm not gonna argue. <g> [snip] > > Doesn't that just creep you out? I sometimes feel like I'm not > > alone in the dark... that something's waiting for me to let my > > guard down so it can strike.... mwahaha!!! > > Damn you're scary <eg> What if late every night, you felt as if something were watching you.. Sometimes you could feel it near, other times close.. Something leering at you from the shadows.. It made your hair stand on end. You don't know what it wants, what its purpose or intent is--to hurt you or just plain terrify you. All you're sure of is that it's bad--purely evil. You're afraid to close your eyes for fear it will strike, and afraid to keep them open because you may see something you don't want to see-- something so horribly frightening that the shock and horror of it will completely terrify you to your soul's core, killing you instantaneously.. But you always *see,* whether it's the world around you or the back of your eyelids. So even if you do close your eyes, maybe it can appear on the black screen of blindness you stare at. What if you can't hide? You're lying in bed one night, the sheets pulled up to your chin. You're staring at the cieling, afraid to look elsewhere. You can feel it there already, watching you. Despite all the knick-knacks and blankets filling the room, it all feels empty...very deep...and cold. ..Just like a tomb. You want to run to the lightswitch and turn on the light, just to drive the darkness away and feel safe in the warm comforting light. But, you're afraid to leave the minimal comfort and false safety of the warm blankets covering your chilled body. You fear that when you leave your bed, it will capture you and make its kill. So you lie there, listening to the clock tick, each second falling away.. Staring at the ceiling, you begin to see a swirl of neon green.. It's just your sleep-deprived eyes playing tricks on you--or is it? You then feel it over you, surrounding you.. And you're blinded by the slowly exploding green light; it's blinded you and you can't see a thing. You begin to feel it filling you, and it's nothing but bad.. It's negative, it's evil, it's darkness, it's fear; it contains no good at all. ...And then you know what it is.. It's you. Your Darkness wins. > Silverhawk the Strange > -- > "Why are we here? Because we're here." So we're here because we're here because we're here? -- .-~* Jup <-- feeling morbid today <eg> - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


BOO! Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > EB wrote: [snip] > I think so. Me and my new love interest have been good friends for quite a > while, and I guess it was a few weeks ago that we started to realize that > there was something more between us. Woohoo! :} [snip] > Nothing. Well, there was a weekend bus service, but that was it as far as > getting to Exeter (the city I work in) went. Him: "Ok.." > > [snip] > > > I can't drive, > > > > Him: "Why?" > > I could never afford to learn. My family's always been on a low income. Him: "AFAIK, I don't believe it costs that much for driving lessons." ..Didn't they offer that to students in school? [snip] > It's not that. Quite simply, my wages aren't enough to allow me to buy a > car. A car is over a year's salary for me. Him: "How about leasing a car or buying a used car?" > Besides, there's one other crucial factor: I don't *want* to add to the > atmosphere's pollution level by getting a car; my allergies are bad enough > as it is, without me doing things to make them worse. Him: "Well, that sounds all well and good, but...that sounds like you're making excuses though 'cause in this case you really should get a car. If you're out in a relatively rural area, one car isn't going to make that much of a difference." I think it's a good thing to not want to add to pollution and stuff, but in some cases, a car is necessity (like with you). Him: "You're sort of placing yourself at the mercy of the local government to provide you with transportation when you should be relying on yourself. Although, I understand they're making it as difficult as possible for you to get (and maintain) a car, and that's a part of their tactics--to make you dependent upon them." [snip] > Actually, I don't bother voting. Him: "EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB, EB.. ::shakes head:: ...You're getting exactly what you pay for. You have no business even bellyaching about the government if you're not gonna vote." When you don't vote, you end up throwing your vote away. ..And you let other people make the choice for you. > Most of the time, all the different parties > *are* as bad as each other... there's no one that would be any better (or > any worse) than the others. Him: "It's not the parties that are bad, it's the people in the parties. But again, as I said above, since you don't vote, you really shouldn't be complaining." -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: [snip] > In other words, I need to ask for a pay raise. <g> ..or try to find a better-paying job. Are you in school right now? -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-09 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Blade <kvanza@yahoo.comNOSPAM>)


On Sat, 5 Aug 2000 21:53:02 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> To be fair this is somewhat of a stereotype. Not all guys >>> go for the above type of woman. Personally, I kinda prefer >>> dark/red-haired, hazel eyed, diminutive and pixie-like. But >>> then that's just me - I might be strange <shrug> >> >> No, you're cool. :} I just mean lotsa guys seem to like or >> get turned-on by the full-figured women, that's all. > >You mean the Pam Anderson/Melinda Messenger/Jeri Ryan type? Ack! I >dunno what guys see in them. They're a big turn OFF for me. > >>> Silverhawk the... hey, wait a minute, I *am* Strange <g> >> >> And strange is good. :} > >Hmmm..... I'm not so sure. > >> ... Or what if we supposedly "die" and then wake up at the >> beginning of our lives again, sort of like making this life >> nothing but an intense preview of what's to come so we >> *might* remember it if we're lucky and have another chance? > >That's creepy, 'cause that actually happens to me a lot. Deja-vu I >mean. > >I have this theory that the whole universe is just one gigantic loop. >You know the theory where it says that the universe's expansion will >slow down, stop, then start to back up on itself? Well what if at the >end of time, this contraction ends up being the thing that causes the >Big Bang which starts off the universe all over again? It's not like >a time-loop as such, just an endless rerun one after another. So what >if deja-vu is actually you remembering what happened in the previous >loop? > ><shudder> > > >Silverhawk the Strange Deja vu is caused when the Agents make changes to the Matrix. Blade is Blade :) ICQ# 14126341

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > It cost more than a family on welfare could afford. > > Try to find a way to get off the welfare? > I'm off the welfare. But my mom can't get a job. > Him: "From my perspective, it seems like you're caught in a circle of > despair/dependence, thinking that there's no way out. But, there is-- > you've just got to want to change it. As it seems now, you DO want it > changed, but then you don't.. But you've got to decide if you really, > REALLY do want that change." > Well, quite simply, I don't want to learn to drive anyway. I enjoy being able to go to sleep on the bus, and it costs a hell of a lot less per week than driving in would. > > That's odd. All/most of the public high schools in the U.S. (AFAIK) > offer that for free. I wonder why the UK doesn't.. :\ > Because school here finishes at 16, but you're not legally allowed to drive till you're 17. > > > > Because all the money I have available after the bills, is for food. > > Him: "It's up to you whether you want that change or not, as I said > above. But it seems as if you have a convenient excuse for not changing > it. But if you really want that change, you'll find a way." > I need to eat! > > > > One vote makes very little difference because of the way the voting system > > is structured in this country. > > But many little differences can make a difference. ..You say you're > for the environment (conservation?). You won't drive a car because you > don't want to add to the pollution. But that's "very little difference" > in cleaning up the environment (which is what a lot of people would say > in order to NOT do their part for the environment--it doesn't make a > big enough dent..). It doesn't do much, but you do it anyway, don't you? > So I don't see why your vote making "very little difference" should > stop you from voting anyway. > > Him: "Are you referring to proportional representation? My mother's > cousin who is a Scot Tory would not even be in the Scottish Parliament > without that sort of proportional representation." > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional representation. > > I voted at the last election (and not for Labour), but it didn't help. > > Him: "What party did you vote for (liberal Democrats)? " > I can't remember now. It wasn't for Labour or Tory. > [snip] > > I don't intend to vote at the next election, > > It's stupid not to vote. It's better to pick the lesser of two evils > than get stuck with...someone who...really really sucks. Tory and Labour are both equally crappy... they're both intent on ruining Britain. > If you're stuck in a deep mud hole with the water rushing in to drown > you, are you not going to help yourself by clawing and digging your way > out? Would you allow yourself to just die because you think that's what > will happen anyway? Or, are you going to make a grab for any tiny roots > you can in order to climb to freedom? And, if you gave in and gave > yourself over to death without a fight, would you call that *honor*? > Hmmmm... there's a big difference between death, and elections. > > Him: "Imagine if a few other million people felt exactly like you did > and decided not to vote.. Despite this, they knew how wrong-headed one > of the particular parties was, but felt they just wouldn't have an > influence. Imagine you were in Germany in the early 1930s and you > felt 'those Nazis were gonna win anyway,' so why bother voting? Do you > see my point? If a few million people had realized their true goals, > and had decided instead to vote, maybe the Nazis would've never risen > to power." > None of our parties are evil bigoted psychopaths, though. Just selfish. -- * Inconceivable! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > No, this is a full-time job. > > I finished school at 16 :-P > > Is that the average age for finishing school in the UK or did you > finish early? > It's the usual age; further education follows. > > Did it take you two years to find a job? ..Were you looking during > that time? > I was. No-one would give me a job, for reasons I still can't adequately explain. -- * Shit! Just overshot LZ, Command! Cripes, this thing is a brick! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message > On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 23:36:47 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" > <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > > >I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't done > >anything on it in months! > > Why not? That sounds really cool! > The truth? I'm lazy. <g> -- * I post for the greater glory of the AGQx Imperium. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't done > > anything on it in months! > > And why the hell not? The more you know, the more options you'll have > for a hopefully better-paying job. I'm sure an hour of your online time > could be put to better use on that Java course. > Yeah, but I can't motivate myself, LOL > > > > * Justice, as the humans like to say, is blind. I used to believe > > that. I'm not sure I can any more. > > And if everyone sat on their tooshies, doing nothing but complaining > about the injustice, there never would be justice. > Huh? I can't use a cool quote from one of my favourite DS9 episodes without it getting picked up on and analyzed? <g> -- * Vogon poetry is, of course, the third worst in the universe. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8mobs3$ese$1@nnrp1.deja.com>, Empress says... > >5er wrote: > >> Damn, I should be asleep but I'm restless... > > Try thinking about all the problems of the world, maybe that'll help >you sleep.. <eeeeeeeeeeeeeeg> Happens a lot when I hear about oil companies f*cking over native peoples, I guess. >[snip] >> Of course, you might end up with far too many people owning cars and >not enough >> money to build and maintain roads to handle them. > > He says: "Well, that's the downside to everybody having cars. As for >me, I favor a return to good old-fashioned trolley street cars like >they have in San Francisco. [ding ding]" See, I wouldn't mind having a faster version of trolleys city-wide funded with high gas taxes and and other tax revenues if public transport here was as efficient as Singapore's. >> I take it neither of you have >> been to LA, huh? > > Er.. I haven't been to LA (or anywhere in CA), and what was written >isn't my view on anything 'cause I don't know about UK politics. As >for "YKW:" "I missed going to Los Angeles because the day before I was >supposed to go, they went and ruined it by reading the Rodney King >verdict and had those nasty riots.. I was told by a gay couple on >vacation in Mississippi some months later that I missed out on some >fantastic shopping on Rodeo Drive--it was a 100% off sale that day." Yeah, I remember. >> BTW, guess who's gonna be at the anti-WTO protests outside the >Democratic >> Convention later this month? > > He says: "Barney, the Amazing Purple Dinosaur?" Almost... >> I guess those Anarchists need witnesses when LA's >> hired thugs with badges go to work on them. > > Him: "Speaking of those kook protestors, you might take a look at this >link regarding the rich nuts funding those fruitcakes:" >http://www.washtimes.com/op-ed/ed-column-20008716052.htm Oh yeah, the Washington Times. You just know that it's a reliable source considering what great guardians of Truth the Moonies are. :-P In any event, I'm gonna judge these people by the merits of their position and the means with which they would achieve their goals rather than what some Moonie paper tells me about them.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > *screams in fright and runs away* > > <g> > > ::a black cat appears out of nowhere and wraps itself around EB's > legs:: *ROWRRRR!!!* > Awww, I love cats! :) *strokes the kitty* -- * Shit! Just overshot LZ, Command! Cripes, this thing is a brick! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > Give yourself to the Dark Side ;-) > > Stop tempting me! <g> > You know you love the temptation! <eg> > > -- > > * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? > > Once.. But he got mad and poked my tooshie with his trident 'cause I > stepped on his hoof. > LOL! :) -- * Shit! Just overshot LZ, Command! Cripes, this thing is a brick! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 23:36:47 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 18:42:59 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> >No, this is a full-time job. >> >I finished school at 16 :-P >> >Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but ran out of >> >money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years unemployed. >> >> But didn't you say you were studying web design? >> > >I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't done >anything on it in months! Why not? That sounds really cool! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> No, this is a full-time job. >> I finished school at 16 :-P > > Is that the average age for finishing school in the UK or did > you finish early? School is mandatory till the age of 16 (when you take your GCSE exams). Everything after that is optional. A lot try getting a job straight away. Some go onto sixth-form or college for one or two years (to take A-levels or NVQs), then leave at 17 or 18. Or if they want to stay in the education system longer, there's about 3 years of university to take you to the age of 21. But you have to have got your A-levels or equivilant to be accepted there. There's a pitfall to taking the college and then university route though. You may be more qualified at the end of it, but you'll frequently find that you're being passed over for people coming straight out of school at 16 because employers can get away with paying them far less than they would have to with you. The old joke about university graduates having to work in MacDonalds isn't far off. Also, University can be a big financial strain. Most people I know of that went to university have come out thousands of pounds in debt. And it's not as if the money's went on extravagent living either. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


Evil Bill wrote... > I finished school at 16 :-P > Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but > ran out of money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years > unemployed. I finished school in summer 94. Spent a year at 6th form. Then went to ITEC, but got chucked out after two weeks for being too introverted. Entered Community College which was more relaxed and far less 'stiff' about who they took on. Left early 97 at the age of 19. Spent nearly two years on the dole (during which the closest I got to a job would have been actually working at the jobcentre itself), got pushed onto the New Deal scheme (a big con to make it look as if the unemployment figures have went down) but couldn't get anything there as part of the scheme meant having to take a training course to achieve a level of education I'd already spent the last two years getting. The only option left after that (short of getting thrown back on the dole queue) was self-employment. That's what I'm doing now - the business doesn't make any more than pocket-change really though. Still I'm doing something. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > BOO! > > *screams in fright and runs away* > <g> ::a black cat appears out of nowhere and wraps itself around EB's legs:: *ROWRRRR!!!* > -- > * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? *swoon* [thid] -- .-~* Jup Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


John Ro Rote: > > .-~* Jup <-- feeling morbid today <eg> > > Why, 'cause *he* ain't nice to look at, and never was? *yawn* > --- > one guy Better check to make sure. -- .-~* Jup Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > Give yourself to the Dark Side ;-) Stop tempting me! <g> > -- > * Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Once.. But he got mad and poked my tooshie with his trident 'cause I stepped on his hoof. -- .-~* Jup Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Him: "AFAIK, I don't believe it costs that much for driving lessons." > > It cost more than a family on welfare could afford. Try to find a way to get off the welfare? Him: "From my perspective, it seems like you're caught in a circle of despair/dependence, thinking that there's no way out. But, there is-- you've just got to want to change it. As it seems now, you DO want it changed, but then you don't.. But you've got to decide if you really, REALLY do want that change." > > ..Didn't they offer that to students in school? > > Nope. That's odd. All/most of the public high schools in the U.S. (AFAIK) offer that for free. I wonder why the UK doesn't.. :\ > > Him: "How about leasing a car or buying a used car?" > > Because all the money I have available after the bills, is for food. Him: "It's up to you whether you want that change or not, as I said above. But it seems as if you have a convenient excuse for not changing it. But if you really want that change, you'll find a way." Do you do smart shopping (coupons, sales, comparison shopping, etc)? I mean for groceries as well as household items and clothing. 'Cause that's one way to save money. Let's say you have $15 left over (weekly) for food. Even if all you end up saving is $2 or $3, that money, saved over a period of months, is still something. Also, money put into the bank accumulates interest (which is probably little, but something at least). [snip] > > When you don't vote, you end up throwing your vote away. ..And you let > > other people make the choice for you. > > One vote makes very little difference because of the way the voting system > is structured in this country. But many little differences can make a difference. ..You say you're for the environment (conservation?). You won't drive a car because you don't want to add to the pollution. But that's "very little difference" in cleaning up the environment (which is what a lot of people would say in order to NOT do their part for the environment--it doesn't make a big enough dent..). It doesn't do much, but you do it anyway, don't you? So I don't see why your vote making "very little difference" should stop you from voting anyway. Him: "Are you referring to proportional representation? My mother's cousin who is a Scot Tory would not even be in the Scottish Parliament without that sort of proportional representation." > I voted at the last election (and not for Labour), but it didn't help. Him: "What party did you vote for (liberal Democrats)? " [snip] > I don't intend to vote at the next election, It's stupid not to vote. It's better to pick the lesser of two evils than get stuck with...someone who...really really sucks. If you're stuck in a deep mud hole with the water rushing in to drown you, are you not going to help yourself by clawing and digging your way out? Would you allow yourself to just die because you think that's what will happen anyway? Or, are you going to make a grab for any tiny roots you can in order to climb to freedom? And, if you gave in and gave yourself over to death without a fight, would you call that *honor*? > because quite simply, it won't > make a blind bit of difference. Politicians always make promises they never > intend to keep... no matter who I voted for, no matter what they promised, > as soon as they got into office it'd be the same all over again: just > looking out for their oen selfish interests and not giving a damn about the > British people. Him: "Imagine if a few other million people felt exactly like you did and decided not to vote.. Despite this, they knew how wrong-headed one of the particular parties was, but felt they just wouldn't have an influence. Imagine you were in Germany in the early 1930s and you felt 'those Nazis were gonna win anyway,' so why bother voting? Do you see my point? If a few million people had realized their true goals, and had decided instead to vote, maybe the Nazis would've never risen to power." -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > ..or try to find a better-paying job. Are you in school right now? > > No, this is a full-time job. > I finished school at 16 :-P Is that the average age for finishing school in the UK or did you finish early? > Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but ran out of > money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years unemployed. Did it take you two years to find a job? ..Were you looking during that time? -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: [snip] > I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't done > anything on it in months! And why the hell not? The more you know, the more options you'll have for a hopefully better-paying job. I'm sure an hour of your online time could be put to better use on that Java course. > -- > > * Justice, as the humans like to say, is blind. I used to believe > that. I'm not sure I can any more. And if everyone sat on their tooshies, doing nothing but complaining about the injustice, there never would be justice. -- .-~* Jup - *I can't find the rhyme in all my reason I've lost sense of time and all seasons I feel I've been beaten down By the words of men who have no grounds I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom When your ax has cut the roots that feed them Forked tongues in bitter mouths Can drive a man to bleed from inside out* -'What If,' Creed Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-10 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


EvilBill wrote > Julianna Feigl wrote > > EvilBill wrote: > > > > > >No, this is a full-time job. > > >I finished school at 16 :-P > > >Then I went to College. Then spent a year at university, but ran out of > > >money so had to withdraw. Spent nearly two years unemployed. > > > > But didn't you say you were studying web design? > > > > I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't done > anything on it in months! You're ahead of me, I have only a few hours of Java schooling. But I know some HTML. Heck, if you want you can check out the non profit website I created at http://cis.coleman.edu/~rousej/index.html . I coded all of it and captured the DVD animation photos myself with my ATI video card. They are the DVDs I have been blabbing about occasionally here. No Java script was required for the moving icons, they are just gif animations. Niveno, on the website, is an internet name of mine. But the url for it has my real last name, rouse, and 1st initial j. "coleman" is the name of the school I go to for computer training. The website is my school internet class project. OK, I'LL STOP ALREADY! --- webone

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8n1dn7$tfr$1@nnrp1.deja.com>, Empress (DJ) says... > >> > Him: "It's up to you whether you want that change or not, as I said >> > above. But it seems as if you have a convenient excuse for not >changing >> > it. But if you really want that change, you'll find a way." >> >> I need to eat! > > Him: "Of course you do, but my point all along has been that you act >like you want to change your life, but you aren't really ready to take >that step. You always seem to have an excuse for why you don't want to >change it. There's always a way to change your situation, but you have >to be properly motivated to do it. At the moment, it seems like you >just aren't motivated enough to take action. What is that >phrase? 'Carpe Diem'?" Hmmm...

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Thu, 10 Aug 2000 22:44:21 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Julianna Feigl" <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 23:36:47 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" >> <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> > >> >I'm doing a home-study Java course. One I should get back to... haven't >done >> >anything on it in months! >> >> Why not? That sounds really cool! >> > >The truth? I'm lazy. <g> I've figured out that much... Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8n1c1p$s29$1@nnrp1.deja.com>, Empress says... > >5er wrote: > >> ..Empress says... >> >5er wrote: > >> >> Damn, I should be asleep but I'm restless... >> > >> > Try thinking about all the problems of the world, maybe that'll help >> >you sleep.. <eeeeeeeeeeeeeeg> >> >> Happens a lot when I hear about oil companies f*cking over native >peoples, I >> guess. > > Huh? Where? At present, it's happening in Nigeria, Columbia, and Burma. Fortunately, there's a federal law that allows people from other countries to sue our companies for human rights violations. >[snip] >> See, I wouldn't mind having a faster version of trolleys city-wide >funded with >> high gas taxes and and other tax revenues if public transport here >was as >> efficient as Singapore's. > > Him: "I love Singapore, they really treat the criminals right! :)" They also torture their suspects into confessions. That's what happened with with a Filipino maid charged with murder. Believe me, I'd prefer LA traffic jams to that brand of justice. >> >> I guess those Anarchists need witnesses when LA's >> >> hired thugs with badges go to work on them. >> > >> > Him: "Speaking of those kook protestors, you might take a look at >this >> >link regarding the rich nuts funding those fruitcakes:" >> >http://www.washtimes.com/op-ed/ed-column-20008716052.htm >> >> Oh yeah, the Washington Times. You just know that it's a reliable >source >> considering what great guardians of Truth the Moonies are. :-P > > Him: "Reverend Sun Myung Moon has no influence on the stories or on >the editorial page of the paper, Oh please, even the most "reliable" news sources never criticize their owners. When was the last time you saw Nightline do a story on working condition of hotel workers at Disneyworld? >and I've been reading it for several >years. As soon as I start seeing some of that propaganda rear its head >in the stories and the like, that'll be the last day I read the paper. Not all lies are dressed up as propaganda, you know. Or do you believe that "I did not inhale" was the Democratic Party's motto? >Despite its ownership, I consider it to be probably the greatest >newspaper around these days, and isn't tainted with the far-Left biases >that afflict most every newspaper (especially those owned by the >Gannett chain). Oh yeah you prefer your tainted biases far right, no? [maniacal cackle in the distance] >Our local rag, owned by those folks, make Praavda look >Moderate by comparison." > >> In any event, I'm gonna judge these people by the merits of their >position and >> the means with which they would achieve their goals rather than what >some Moonie >> paper tells me about them. > > Him: "As I said above, Moon has no say over the direction of the >paper. Those anti-WTO kooks are nothing but a bunch of thugs. You're overgeneralization of the movement tells me you trust the mainstream media far more than you let on. Fact is that those "thugs" are a small minority in the Anarchist Movement, which is itself a small minority within the anti-WTO coalition. Even LAPD's Chief Bernard Parks, when he testified before the LA City Council, conceded that it was a small group of 10-20 people who turned the protests in Seattle into a riot zone. It was >really telling when they were protesting in D.C.... one of the >brainwashed college kiddies was holding up a sign and had the >word 'Fascist' misspelled. There were a lot of activists from foreign countries in Seattle and DC. Maybe you saw one of them. [shrug] >Well, those Lefties were never that good on >spelling... or much else for that matter..." [chuckle] OK don't get me wrong, I happen to believe in free trade. In fact, I'd go so far as to say my America should *unilaterally* drop trade barriers. Unfortunately, not only does the WTO allow for many barriers to remain in place, but also it does nothing to end corporate welfare (and IMESAO, that's the ultimate enemy of the entrepeneur). I think it's about time we got rid of all these bullsh*t shackles to international commerce and liberalize our trade and immigration laws immediately!

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > EB wrote: > > > Give yourself to the Dark Side ;-) > > > > Stop tempting me! <g> > > You know you love the temptation! <eg> [innocent look] -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > And why the hell not? The more you know, the more options you'll have > > for a hopefully better-paying job. I'm sure an hour of your online time > > could be put to better use on that Java course. > > Yeah, but I can't motivate myself, LOL If you're as serious about your life's problems as you say you are, then you should get motivated.. > > > * Justice, as the humans like to say, is blind. I used to believe > > > that. I'm not sure I can any more. > > > > And if everyone sat on their tooshies, doing nothing but complaining > > about the injustice, there never would be justice. > > Huh? I can't use a cool quote from one of my favourite DS9 episodes without > it getting picked up on and analyzed? <g> I analyze everything. <g> > * Vogon poetry is, of course, the third worst in the universe. What are the second and third? -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Silverhawky wrote: [snip] > School is mandatory till the age of 16 (when you take your GCSE > exams). Everything after that is optional. A lot try getting a job > straight away. Some go onto sixth-form or college for one or two > years (to take A-levels or NVQs), then leave at 17 or 18. Or if they > want to stay in the education system longer, there's about 3 years of > university to take you to the age of 21. But you have to have got > your A-levels or equivilant to be accepted there. > > There's a pitfall to taking the college and then university route > though. You may be more qualified at the end of it, but you'll > frequently find that you're being passed over for people coming > straight out of school at 16 because employers can get away with > paying them far less than they would have to with you. The old joke > about university graduates having to work in MacDonalds isn't far off. > > Also, University can be a big financial strain. Most people I know of > that went to university have come out thousands of pounds in debt. > And it's not as if the money's went on extravagent living either. That all sucks crap. :( -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Is that the average age for finishing school in the UK or did you > > finish early? > > It's the usual age; further education follows. Oh. > > Did it take you two years to find a job? ..Were you looking during > > that time? > > I was. No-one would give me a job, for reasons I still can't adequately > explain. Oh. ..I dunno what more to say, I know next to nothin' 'bout the way the UK is. *sigh* -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


5er wrote: > ..Empress says... > >5er wrote: > >> Damn, I should be asleep but I'm restless... > > > > Try thinking about all the problems of the world, maybe that'll help > >you sleep.. <eeeeeeeeeeeeeeg> > > Happens a lot when I hear about oil companies f*cking over native peoples, I > guess. Huh? Where? [snip] > See, I wouldn't mind having a faster version of trolleys city-wide funded with > high gas taxes and and other tax revenues if public transport here was as > efficient as Singapore's. Him: "I love Singapore, they really treat the criminals right! :)" [snip on missing visiting LA] > Yeah, I remember. Him: "It was something alright.." > >> BTW, guess who's gonna be at the anti-WTO protests outside the > >Democratic > >> Convention later this month? > > > > He says: "Barney, the Amazing Purple Dinosaur?" > > Almost... Him: "Oh." > >> I guess those Anarchists need witnesses when LA's > >> hired thugs with badges go to work on them. > > > > Him: "Speaking of those kook protestors, you might take a look at this > >link regarding the rich nuts funding those fruitcakes:" > >http://www.washtimes.com/op-ed/ed-column-20008716052.htm > > Oh yeah, the Washington Times. You just know that it's a reliable source > considering what great guardians of Truth the Moonies are. :-P Him: "Reverend Sun Myung Moon has no influence on the stories or on the editorial page of the paper, and I've been reading it for several years. As soon as I start seeing some of that propaganda rear its head in the stories and the like, that'll be the last day I read the paper. Despite its ownership, I consider it to be probably the greatest newspaper around these days, and isn't tainted with the far-Left biases that afflict most every newspaper (especially those owned by the Gannett chain). Our local rag, owned by those folks, make Praavda look Moderate by comparison." > In any event, I'm gonna judge these people by the merits of their position and > the means with which they would achieve their goals rather than what some Moonie > paper tells me about them. Him: "As I said above, Moon has no say over the direction of the paper. Those anti-WTO kooks are nothing but a bunch of thugs. It was really telling when they were protesting in D.C.... one of the brainwashed college kiddies was holding up a sign and had the word 'Fascist' misspelled. Well, those Lefties were never that good on spelling... or much else for that matter..." -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Try to find a way to get off the welfare? > > I'm off the welfare. But my mom can't get a job. Him: "What did your mother do before?" [snip] > Well, quite simply, I don't want to learn to drive anyway. I enjoy being > able to go to sleep on the bus, and it costs a hell of a lot less per week > than driving in would. Him: "Well, then you're always going to be dependent and at the mercy of the local government to provide you with that bus service. I'm not sure that's a wise idea. Do you really think it is? But, as I said before, it seems like you really don't want things to change." > > That's odd. All/most of the public high schools in the U.S. (AFAIK) > > offer that for free. I wonder why the UK doesn't.. :\ > > Because school here finishes at 16, but you're not legally allowed to drive > till you're 17. You mean you can't have an actual driver's license 'til you're 17? What about something sorta like what we have here.. a driver's permit or something? [snip] > > Him: "It's up to you whether you want that change or not, as I said > > above. But it seems as if you have a convenient excuse for not changing > > it. But if you really want that change, you'll find a way." > > I need to eat! Him: "Of course you do, but my point all along has been that you act like you want to change your life, but you aren't really ready to take that step. You always seem to have an excuse for why you don't want to change it. There's always a way to change your situation, but you have to be properly motivated to do it. At the moment, it seems like you just aren't motivated enough to take action. What is that phrase? 'Carpe Diem'?" > > But many little differences can make a difference. ..You say you're > > for the environment (conservation?). You won't drive a car because you > > don't want to add to the pollution. But that's "very little difference" > > in cleaning up the environment (which is what a lot of people would say > > in order to NOT do their part for the environment--it doesn't make a > > big enough dent..). It doesn't do much, but you do it anyway, don't you? > > So I don't see why your vote making "very little difference" should > > stop you from voting anyway. [poke] > > Him: "Are you referring to proportional representation? My mother's > > cousin who is a Scot Tory would not even be in the Scottish Parliament > > without that sort of proportional representation." > > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional representation. Him: "Then what are you referring to?" [snip] > > Him: "What party did you vote for (liberal Democrats)?" > > I can't remember now. It wasn't for Labour or Tory. Him: "Aren't many other choices than LAB or Tory, or LibDems... =thinking= Uh, you didn't vote for that "Monster Raving Loony Party" did you, EB?" [snip] > > It's stupid not to vote. It's better to pick the lesser of two evils > > than get stuck with...someone who...really really sucks. > > Tory and Labour are both equally crappy... they're both intent on ruining > Britain. Him: "While the Tories do need to get their act together at the moment, Labour's record is appalling. Tony Blair seems to want to be the Dictator of Britain, and his purging of the House of Lords demonstrated he'll stop at nothing to consolidate his power. The last time I saw that sort of blind lust for power was when Hitler burned the Reichstag. Well, at least he got knocked on his ass when they elected an authentic kook, "Red Ken", as Mayor of London. I'd have rather seen a Tory in the job, but I'm sure Kenny will guarantee one will be succeeding him." They both can't have the exact same amount of crappiness.. There's gotta be a crappier one.. [snip] > Hmmmm... there's a big difference between death, and elections. Him: "That depends on whom you elect!" There's a big difference between death and elections, yes.. But, those elections deal with the people who make a pretty big impact on your life. [snip] > None of our parties are evil bigoted psychopaths, though. Just selfish. Him: Well, at least you don't have our Democrats... 'Evil': Bill Clinton; 'Bigoted': Revs. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, & Hillary Clinton (Both Anti-Semites); Psychopaths (Hmm... That just described most of their elected officials...). Selfish, of course, goes without saying. -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


What does my parents giving me a good deal on lodging have to do with you thinking I'm spoiled? I pay for everything else--food, car insurance, gas, phone bills, books, etc, it's just lodging I don't pay for. How does this make me spoiled? eSKay On Sat, 12 Aug 2000 11:17:57 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Mon, 07 Aug 2000 20:34:43 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >wrote: > >><bg> My parents offered me and my siblings a really great deal, I >>think. If we want to go to college, we have the option of free >>lodging to save on expenses, which is why I'm living at home still. >>College is expensive! > > This is certainly contributing to our opinions of you being >spoiled, you know that right? Because some of us did indeed pay for >our college *AND* paid for our own living conditions. > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


oic. That was sounding really strange to me for a bit there. I figured I must've been missing something. eSKay On Sat, 12 Aug 2000 17:14:47 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com> wrote: >"eSKay" <starkitty__@hotmail.com> wrote in message >> Let me see if I've got this straight--you're charged rent based on >> income over there? >> > >No, but my situation is more complicated because my mom is (and I used to >be) on welfare, and we live in an apartment owned by the local authority. >Basically, the rent is a fixed amount. If you're on a low income (such as >social security benefit), you don't have to pay all of it, and if your >entire income is social security (if you're unemployed, for example), then >you don't have to pay it at all. But if someone in the household is working, >the amount of rent you don't have to pay ("housing benefit") is reduced. > >-- > >* The Dominion will no longer stand by and allow ships from your side >to violate our territory. > >ICQ: 37464244. > > "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > I'm off the welfare. But my mom can't get a job. > > Him: "What did your mother do before?" > She used to be a graphic designer, but because she doesn't have expertise with Quark XPress, and because of her age, she can't get back into that field. There's a lot of age discrimination among employers here. > > You mean you can't have an actual driver's license 'til you're 17? > What about something sorta like what we have here.. a driver's permit > or something? > Nope, you're not allowed to drive (at least, on a public highway) until you're 17. > > > > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional > representation. > > Him: "Then what are you referring to?" > Here, you vote for an MP for your constituency, rather than for a particular political party to govern the country. > > > > I can't remember now. It wasn't for Labour or Tory. > > Him: "Aren't many other choices than LAB or Tory, or LibDems... > =thinking= Uh, you didn't vote for that "Monster Raving Loony Party" > did you, EB?" > No, I didn't. There are a number of smaller parties here. > > Him: "While the Tories do need to get their act together at the > moment, Labour's record is appalling. Tony Blair seems to want to be > the Dictator of Britain, and his purging of the House of Lords > demonstrated he'll stop at nothing to consolidate his power. The last > time I saw that sort of blind lust for power was when Hitler burned the > Reichstag. Well, at least he got knocked on his ass when they elected > an authentic kook, "Red Ken", as Mayor of London. I'd have rather seen > a Tory in the job, but I'm sure Kenny will guarantee one will be > succeeding him." > I've noticed exactly the same pattern... it's the President Clark syndrome (Babylon 5 fans will know EXACTLY what I mean). But that's Tony Blair, not the whole of his party. > They both can't have the exact same amount of crappiness.. There's > gotta be a crappier one.. > The Tories ruined Britain, economically speaking... as well as ruining the health service... > > [snip] > > None of our parties are evil bigoted psychopaths, though. Just selfish. > > Him: Well, at least you don't have our Democrats... 'Evil': Bill > Clinton; 'Bigoted': Revs. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, & Hillary Clinton > (Both Anti-Semites); Psychopaths (Hmm... That just described most of > their elected officials...). Selfish, of course, goes without saying. > Clinton should get his ass kicked for cheating on his wife. 'Nuff said. -- * The Dominion will no longer stand by and allow ships from your side to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 07 Aug 2000 20:34:43 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: ><bg> My parents offered me and my siblings a really great deal, I >think. If we want to go to college, we have the option of free >lodging to save on expenses, which is why I'm living at home still. >College is expensive! This is certainly contributing to our opinions of you being spoiled, you know that right? Because some of us did indeed pay for our college *AND* paid for our own living conditions. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"eSKay" <starkitty__@hotmail.com> wrote in message > Let me see if I've got this straight--you're charged rent based on > income over there? > No, but my situation is more complicated because my mom is (and I used to be) on welfare, and we live in an apartment owned by the local authority. Basically, the rent is a fixed amount. If you're on a low income (such as social security benefit), you don't have to pay all of it, and if your entire income is social security (if you're unemployed, for example), then you don't have to pay it at all. But if someone in the household is working, the amount of rent you don't have to pay ("housing benefit") is reduced. -- * The Dominion will no longer stand by and allow ships from your side to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > Yeah, but I can't motivate myself, LOL > > If you're as serious about your life's problems as you say you are, > then you should get motivated.. > True. <g> > > > * Vogon poetry is, of course, the third worst in the universe. > > What are the second and third? > "The second worst is that of the Azgoths of Kria. During a recitation by their peot-master Grunthos the Flatulent of his poem "Ode to a Small Lump of Green Putty I Found in my Armpit one Midsummer Morning", four of his audience died of internal hemorrhaging, and the President of the Mid-Galactic Arts Nobbling Council only survived by gnawing one of his own legs off. Grunthos is reported to have been "disappointed" by the poem's reception, and was about to embark on a reading of his twelve-book epic entitled "Zen and the Art of Going to the Lavatory", when his own major intwstine, in a desperate attempt to save life and civilization, leapt straight up through his neck and throttled his brain. The very worst poetry of all perished along with its creator, Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings of Greenbridge, Essex, England in the assimilation of the planet Earth." -The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy -- * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating system. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > I was. No-one would give me a job, for reasons I still can't adequately > > explain. > > Oh. ..I dunno what more to say, I know next to nothin' 'bout the way > the UK is. *sigh* > Trust me, you're better off. <g> -- * If you travel far enough, you'll eventually meet yourself. That's gotta suck. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > EB wrote: > > > > You know you love the temptation! <eg> > > [innocent look] > *thud* -- * Has anyone seen my planet-killer? I'm sure I left it around here somewhere... ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


Let me see if I've got this straight--you're charged rent based on income over there? eSKay (the confuzzled) On Tue, 8 Aug 2000 18:27:26 +0100, "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >"Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message news:VTRj5.15530 >> >> "EvilBill[AGQx]" <devlin@SPAM-ME-AND-DIE-MUTHAagqx-imperium.fsnet.co.uk> >> wrote in message news:8mn7hi$rla$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... >> > >> > Well, technically they're charging my *mother* for the rent. But she's >> > unemployed, so can't afford to pay it, so the onus is on me. ���150 is >nearly >> > a month's income for her. >> >> You live in the house, you're an adult and you're earning. Why do you >think >> you shouldnt pay the rent? >> > >I just think they're charging me too much. >Reason: they calculate it from the *gross* income, rather than from what I >actually *get*. > >-- > >* This is not my first temporal anomaly. > >ICQ: 37464244. > > "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8n5uer$tom$1@nnrp1.deja.com... > EB wrote: > > > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > [snip] > > > Him: "What did your mother do before?" > > > > She used to be a graphic designer, but because she doesn't have > expertise > > with Quark XPress, and because of her age, she can't get back into > that > > field. There's a lot of age discrimination among employers here. > > Him: "We have a lot of that age discrimination here, too." > > > > You mean you can't have an actual driver's license 'til you're 17? > > > What about something sorta like what we have here.. a driver's > permit > > > or something? > > > > Nope, you're not allowed to drive (at least, on a public highway) > until > > you're 17. > > Geez. If you can't afford a car, what about a bicycle? ..Or is your > work too far? > > > > > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional > > > representation. > > > > > > Him: "Then what are you referring to?" > > > > Here, you vote for an MP for your constituency, rather than for a > particular > > political party to govern the country. > > Him: "OK, that's essentially how we have it here." > > [snip] > > > Him: "Aren't many other choices than LAB or Tory, or LibDems... > > > =thinking= Uh, you didn't vote for that "Monster Raving Loony Party" > > > did you, EB?" > > > > No, I didn't. There are a number of smaller parties here. > > Him: "I see." > > > > Him: "While the Tories do need to get their act together at the > > > moment, Labour's record is appalling. Tony Blair seems to want to be > > > the Dictator of Britain, and his purging of the House of Lords > > > demonstrated he'll stop at nothing to consolidate his power. The > last > > > time I saw that sort of blind lust for power was when Hitler burned > the > > > Reichstag. Well, at least he got knocked on his ass when they > elected > > > an authentic kook, "Red Ken", as Mayor of London. I'd have rather > seen > > > a Tory in the job, but I'm sure Kenny will guarantee one will be > > > succeeding him." > > > > I've noticed exactly the same pattern... it's the President Clark > syndrome > > (Babylon 5 fans will know EXACTLY what I mean). But that's Tony > Blair, not > > the whole of his party. > > Him: "Then consider him representative of 'New' Labour, much like > Clinton is the representative of 'New' Democrats (the 'New' was a term > that Blair copied from Clinton, BTW). If you thought the 'Old' was bad, > you ain't seen nothin' yet with the 'New' guys!" > > > > They both can't have the exact same amount of crappiness.. There's > > > gotta be a crappier one.. > > > > The Tories ruined Britain, economically speaking... as well as > ruining the > > health service... > > Him: "We've argued that before, Bill. I can't speak to the health > service part, but to argue the Tories destroyed Britain economically is > patently ludicrous. Blair and his party won a majority due to Tory > scandals, not due to the economy, which was in great shape under Tory > leadership. Even Blair had to give credit to them for that." > > [snip] > > > Him: Well, at least you don't have our Democrats... 'Evil': Bill > > > Clinton; 'Bigoted': Revs. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, & Hillary > Clinton > > > (Both Anti-Semites); Psychopaths (Hmm... That just described most of > > > their elected officials...). Selfish, of course, goes without > saying.> > > > > Clinton should get his ass kicked for cheating on his wife. 'Nuff > said. > > Him: "Of course, what you may or may not know is that his wife has > already known about his penchant for womanizing. One wonders whom is > really worse in the relationship... She put up with the cheating in > order to stick with an upwardly-mobile politician in order to further > her radical kookLeft agenda (i.e. Socialized Medicine) once in power. > What actually isn't as well known is that she has cheated on him, too. > I figure they both deserve each other. They're both despicable > creatures." > > ..Not only should he get his butt kicked for cheating on his wife, but > also for defiling the Oval Office and the position of President of the > United States. I believe it's our (or any) country's leader's duty to > be a respectable representative of his nation and his nation's people > and it's way of life, and that he should be a moral example, especially > to our nation's children. And no one can say that children don't > understand anything 'cause even if they don't know who Bill Clinton is, > they at least know what being the *President* is because plenty of kids > say (or used to say..) they'd like to become President someday. I'd > hope a child would still like to become the leader of this country > someday--someone who's respected, admired, and revered, and does good > things for his country rather than someone who's corrupt, immoral, and > bends the use of every little word to weasel his way out of punishment > (".......That...depends...on what your meaning > of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) > </mini-rant> > > -- > .-~* Jup, ::can't believe she's actually talking about politics stuff > by choice (EWWWWWWW, gross! <g>):: > > (oh, sorry if I double-posted this.. I accidentally hit "send" before > Mr. Jup (who's napping right now) could make his comments. ..don't know > if I hit "stop" in my browser in time though) Gang, well I *don't know* if we're supposed to be responding to this person, er these people ... these two ... whatever. So sorry for me replying. But this is what happens when I stay out of the loop of emails of the bonecrushing thug leadership around here. Heh. Come on, just funnin' wid ya, everyone. Soooooooo, my, Jup, didn't know you learned so much about politics. And you almost sounded like you were doubling as a man there for awhile. Looked like androgynous behavior there, which is what I like and plan on getting into someday. John Ro

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8n5ril$s37 > EB wrote: > > > > *thud* > > Woohoo! <g> > <eg> -- * Assimilate this! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > > Him: "We have a lot of that age discrimination here, too." > She's 51, so it's very difficult for her to get potential employers to take her seriously :-( > > Geez. If you can't afford a car, what about a bicycle? ..Or is your > work too far? > It is too far. I never learnt to ride a bike, anyway. Besides, I enjoy going to sleep on the bus ;-) > > Him: "Then consider him representative of 'New' Labour, much like > Clinton is the representative of 'New' Democrats (the 'New' was a term > that Blair copied from Clinton, BTW). If you thought the 'Old' was bad, > you ain't seen nothin' yet with the 'New' guys!" > Well, I've seen Babylon 5 from start to finish, so I know what to expect... I'm just hoping I can get out of the country before the real trouble starts. > > Him: "We've argued that before, Bill. I can't speak to the health > service part, but to argue the Tories destroyed Britain economically is > patently ludicrous. Blair and his party won a majority due to Tory > scandals, not due to the economy, which was in great shape under Tory > leadership. Even Blair had to give credit to them for that." > So how come Britain was in a recession through much of the Tory administration? > > Him: "Of course, what you may or may not know is that his wife has > already known about his penchant for womanizing. One wonders whom is > really worse in the relationship... She put up with the cheating in > order to stick with an upwardly-mobile politician in order to further > her radical kookLeft agenda (i.e. Socialized Medicine) once in power. > What actually isn't as well known is that she has cheated on him, too. > I figure they both deserve each other. They're both despicable > creatures." > Well, they certainly aren't the kind of people I'd trust to be running the world... > ..Not only should he get his butt kicked for cheating on his wife, but > also for defiling the Oval Office and the position of President of the > United States. I believe it's our (or any) country's leader's duty to > be a respectable representative of his nation and his nation's people > and it's way of life, and that he should be a moral example, especially > to our nation's children. And no one can say that children don't > understand anything 'cause even if they don't know who Bill Clinton is, > they at least know what being the *President* is because plenty of kids > say (or used to say..) they'd like to become President someday. I'd > hope a child would still like to become the leader of this country > someday--someone who's respected, admired, and revered, and does good > things for his country rather than someone who's corrupt, immoral, and > bends the use of every little word to weasel his way out of punishment > (".......That...depends...on what your meaning > of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) > </mini-rant> > I agree completely. We've got more than our fair share of corrupt, immoral, unfaithful politicians over here. > -- > .-~* Jup, ::can't believe she's actually talking about politics stuff > by choice (EWWWWWWW, gross! <g>):: > LOL :) > (oh, sorry if I double-posted this.. I accidentally hit "send" before > Mr. Jup (who's napping right now) could make his comments. ..don't know > if I hit "stop" in my browser in time though) Yeah, I got it twice <g> Luckily, I found the correct one ;-) -- * Shit! Just overshot LZ, Command! Cripes, this thing is a brick! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8n5t5h$t37 > EB wrote: > > > * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating > > system. > > You're mean.. Poor computer.. > It won't run Linux, so it's stuck with Microsoft. <g> -- * Get dressed bitch because it's time to run ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Him: "What did your mother do before?" > > She used to be a graphic designer, but because she doesn't have expertise > with Quark XPress, and because of her age, she can't get back into that > field. There's a lot of age discrimination among employers here. Him: "." > > You mean you can't have an actual driver's license 'til you're 17? > > What about something sorta like what we have here.. a driver's permit > > or something? > > Nope, you're not allowed to drive (at least, on a public highway) until > you're 17. Geez. If you can't afford a car, what about a bicycle? ..Or is your work too far? > > > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional > > representation. > > > > Him: "Then what are you referring to?" > > Here, you vote for an MP for your constituency, rather than for a particular > political party to govern the country. Him: "." [snip] > > Him: "Aren't many other choices than LAB or Tory, or LibDems... > > =thinking= Uh, you didn't vote for that "Monster Raving Loony Party" > > did you, EB?" > > No, I didn't. There are a number of smaller parties here. Him: "." > > Him: "While the Tories do need to get their act together at the > > moment, Labour's record is appalling. Tony Blair seems to want to be > > the Dictator of Britain, and his purging of the House of Lords > > demonstrated he'll stop at nothing to consolidate his power. The last > > time I saw that sort of blind lust for power was when Hitler burned the > > Reichstag. Well, at least he got knocked on his ass when they elected > > an authentic kook, "Red Ken", as Mayor of London. I'd have rather seen > > a Tory in the job, but I'm sure Kenny will guarantee one will be > > succeeding him." > > I've noticed exactly the same pattern... it's the President Clark syndrome > (Babylon 5 fans will know EXACTLY what I mean). But that's Tony Blair, not > the whole of his party. Him: "." > > They both can't have the exact same amount of crappiness.. There's > > gotta be a crappier one.. > > The Tories ruined Britain, economically speaking... as well as ruining the > health service... Him: "." [snip] > > Him: Well, at least you don't have our Democrats... 'Evil': Bill > > Clinton; 'Bigoted': Revs. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, & Hillary Clinton > > (Both Anti-Semites); Psychopaths (Hmm... That just described most of > > their elected officials...). Selfish, of course, goes without saying.> > > Clinton should get his ass kicked for cheating on his wife. 'Nuff said. ..And also for sorta defiling the Oval Office and the position of President of the United States. I believe it's our (or any) country's leader's duty to be a respectable representative of his nation and his nation's people and it's way of life, and that he should be a moral example, especially to our nation's children. And no one can say that children don't understand anything 'cause even if they don't know who Bill Clinton is, they at least know what being the *President* is because plenty of kids say (or used to say..) they'd like to become President someday. I'd hope a child would still like to become the leader of this country someday--someone who's respected, admired, and revered, and does good things for his country rather than someone who's corrupt, immoral, and bends the use of every little word to weasel his way out of punishment (".......That...depends...on what your meaning of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) </mini-rant> -- .-~* Jup, ::can't believe she's actually talking about politics stuff by choice (EWWWWWWW, gross! <g>):: - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message [snip] > > If you're as serious about your life's problems as you say you are, > > then you should get motivated.. > > True. <g> Well? > > > * Vogon poetry is, of course, the third worst in the universe. > > > > What are the second and third? > > "The second worst is that of the Azgoths of Kria. During a recitation by > their peot-master Grunthos the Flatulent of his poem "Ode to a Small Lump of > Green Putty I Found in my Armpit one Midsummer Morning", four of his > audience died of internal hemorrhaging, and the President of the > Mid-Galactic Arts Nobbling Council only survived by gnawing one of his own > legs off. Grunthos is reported to have been "disappointed" by the poem's > reception, and was about to embark on a reading of his twelve-book epic > entitled "Zen and the Art of Going to the Lavatory", when his own major > intwstine, in a desperate attempt to save life and civilization, leapt > straight up through his neck and throttled his brain. > The very worst poetry of all perished along with its creator, Paula Nancy > Millstone Jennings of Greenbridge, Essex, England in the assimilation of the > planet Earth." > > -The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy Oh. > * The best way to slow down a computer: use a Microsoft operating > system. You're mean.. Poor computer.. -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. [snip] > > Him: "What did your mother do before?" > > She used to be a graphic designer, but because she doesn't have expertise > with Quark XPress, and because of her age, she can't get back into that > field. There's a lot of age discrimination among employers here. Him: "We have a lot of that age discrimination here, too." > > You mean you can't have an actual driver's license 'til you're 17? > > What about something sorta like what we have here.. a driver's permit > > or something? > > Nope, you're not allowed to drive (at least, on a public highway) until > you're 17. Geez. If you can't afford a car, what about a bicycle? ..Or is your work too far? > > > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional > > representation. > > > > Him: "Then what are you referring to?" > > Here, you vote for an MP for your constituency, rather than for a particular > political party to govern the country. Him: "OK, that's essentially how we have it here." [snip] > > Him: "Aren't many other choices than LAB or Tory, or LibDems... > > =thinking= Uh, you didn't vote for that "Monster Raving Loony Party" > > did you, EB?" > > No, I didn't. There are a number of smaller parties here. Him: "I see." > > Him: "While the Tories do need to get their act together at the > > moment, Labour's record is appalling. Tony Blair seems to want to be > > the Dictator of Britain, and his purging of the House of Lords > > demonstrated he'll stop at nothing to consolidate his power. The last > > time I saw that sort of blind lust for power was when Hitler burned the > > Reichstag. Well, at least he got knocked on his ass when they elected > > an authentic kook, "Red Ken", as Mayor of London. I'd have rather seen > > a Tory in the job, but I'm sure Kenny will guarantee one will be > > succeeding him." > > I've noticed exactly the same pattern... it's the President Clark syndrome > (Babylon 5 fans will know EXACTLY what I mean). But that's Tony Blair, not > the whole of his party. Him: "Then consider him representative of 'New' Labour, much like Clinton is the representative of 'New' Democrats (the 'New' was a term that Blair copied from Clinton, BTW). If you thought the 'Old' was bad, you ain't seen nothin' yet with the 'New' guys!" > > They both can't have the exact same amount of crappiness.. There's > > gotta be a crappier one.. > > The Tories ruined Britain, economically speaking... as well as ruining the > health service... Him: "We've argued that before, Bill. I can't speak to the health service part, but to argue the Tories destroyed Britain economically is patently ludicrous. Blair and his party won a majority due to Tory scandals, not due to the economy, which was in great shape under Tory leadership. Even Blair had to give credit to them for that." [snip] > > Him: Well, at least you don't have our Democrats... 'Evil': Bill > > Clinton; 'Bigoted': Revs. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, & Hillary Clinton > > (Both Anti-Semites); Psychopaths (Hmm... That just described most of > > their elected officials...). Selfish, of course, goes without saying.> > > Clinton should get his ass kicked for cheating on his wife. 'Nuff said. Him: "Of course, what you may or may not know is that his wife has already known about his penchant for womanizing. One wonders whom is really worse in the relationship... She put up with the cheating in order to stick with an upwardly-mobile politician in order to further her radical kookLeft agenda (i.e. Socialized Medicine) once in power. What actually isn't as well known is that she has cheated on him, too. I figure they both deserve each other. They're both despicable creatures." ..Not only should he get his butt kicked for cheating on his wife, but also for defiling the Oval Office and the position of President of the United States. I believe it's our (or any) country's leader's duty to be a respectable representative of his nation and his nation's people and it's way of life, and that he should be a moral example, especially to our nation's children. And no one can say that children don't understand anything 'cause even if they don't know who Bill Clinton is, they at least know what being the *President* is because plenty of kids say (or used to say..) they'd like to become President someday. I'd hope a child would still like to become the leader of this country someday--someone who's respected, admired, and revered, and does good things for his country rather than someone who's corrupt, immoral, and bends the use of every little word to weasel his way out of punishment (".......That...depends...on what your meaning of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) </mini-rant> -- .-~* Jup, ::can't believe she's actually talking about politics stuff by choice (EWWWWWWW, gross! <g>):: (oh, sorry if I double-posted this.. I accidentally hit "send" before Mr. Jup (who's napping right now) could make his comments. ..don't know if I hit "stop" in my browser in time though) - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Preferred types of women (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > EB wrote: > > > You know you love the temptation! <eg> > > > > [innocent look] > > > > *thud* Woohoo! <g> -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-13 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"eSKay" <starkitty__@hotmail.com> wrote in message > oic. That was sounding really strange to me for a bit there. I > figured I must've been missing something. > <g> -- * The Dominion will no longer stand by and allow ships from your side to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (TheFlinx <theFlinxx@yahoo.com>)


Empress Of The Unknown wrote in message <8na9a5$vu8$1@nnrp1.deja.com>... > > DJ: "I " > > DJ: "I " Nobody cares.

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> What part of "some of us did indeed pay for our college *AND* > paid for our own living conditions" are you having problems > comprehending? Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a lazy spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college course ('cause my family was (and still is) on a low income). And I only give my parents ���20 a week board (out of ���35 a week income). Looks like me and Eskay are kin here Silverhawk the Lazy Spoilt Brat -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > -The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy > > > Hey frood, do you know where your towel is? > I keep it in my rucksack along with my sub-etha radio :) -- * The universe puts a mystery in front of us as a gift. Politeness requires that we at least try to solve it. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 12 Aug 2000 22:22:19 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >What does my parents giving me a good deal on lodging have to do with >you thinking I'm spoiled? I pay for everything else--food, car >insurance, gas, phone bills, books, etc, it's just lodging I don't >pay for. How does this make me spoiled? > >eSKay > >On Sat, 12 Aug 2000 11:17:57 -0400, Merrick Baldelli ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: > >>On Mon, 07 Aug 2000 20:34:43 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >>wrote: >> >>><bg> My parents offered me and my siblings a really great deal, I >>>think. If we want to go to college, we have the option of free >>>lodging to save on expenses, which is why I'm living at home still. >>>College is expensive! >> >> This is certainly contributing to our opinions of you being >>spoiled, you know that right? Because some of us did indeed pay for >>our college *AND* paid for our own living conditions. What part of "some of us did indeed pay for our college *AND* paid for our own living conditions" are you having problems comprehending? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


John Ro wrote: [snip] > Soooooooo, my, Jup, didn't know you learned so much about politics. And you > almost sounded like you were doubling as a man there for awhile. Looked > like androgynous behavior there, which is what I like and plan on getting > into someday. No need for him to take the place of me 'cause I can just put his words in quotes. Besides, I've always hated Clinton 'cause he annoys me and I hate his voice. -- .-~* Jup ..j/k, that's only part of it - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Empress Of The Unknown wrote: > > EB wrote: > > > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > [snip] > > > Him: "What did your mother do before?" > > > > She used to be a graphic designer, but because she doesn't have > expertise > > with Quark XPress, and because of her age, she can't get back into > that > > field. There's a lot of age discrimination among employers here. > > Him: "." > > > > You mean you can't have an actual driver's license 'til you're 17? > > > What about something sorta like what we have here.. a driver's > permit > > > or something? > > > > Nope, you're not allowed to drive (at least, on a public highway) > until > > you're 17. > > Geez. If you can't afford a car, what about a bicycle? ..Or is your > work too far? > > > > > It's different in England. We don't *have* proportional > > > representation. > > > > > > Him: "Then what are you referring to?" > > > > Here, you vote for an MP for your constituency, rather than for a > particular > > political party to govern the country. > > Him: "." > > [snip] > > > Him: "Aren't many other choices than LAB or Tory, or LibDems... > > > =thinking= Uh, you didn't vote for that "Monster Raving Loony Party" > > > did you, EB?" > > > > No, I didn't. There are a number of smaller parties here. > > Him: "." > > > > Him: "While the Tories do need to get their act together at the > > > moment, Labour's record is appalling. Tony Blair seems to want to be > > > the Dictator of Britain, and his purging of the House of Lords > > > demonstrated he'll stop at nothing to consolidate his power. The > last > > > time I saw that sort of blind lust for power was when Hitler burned > the > > > Reichstag. Well, at least he got knocked on his ass when they > elected > > > an authentic kook, "Red Ken", as Mayor of London. I'd have rather > seen > > > a Tory in the job, but I'm sure Kenny will guarantee one will be > > > succeeding him." > > > > I've noticed exactly the same pattern... it's the President Clark > syndrome > > (Babylon 5 fans will know EXACTLY what I mean). But that's Tony > Blair, not > > the whole of his party. > > Him: "." > > > > They both can't have the exact same amount of crappiness.. There's > > > gotta be a crappier one.. > > > > The Tories ruined Britain, economically speaking... as well as > ruining the > > health service... > > Him: "." > > [snip] > > > Him: Well, at least you don't have our Democrats... 'Evil': Bill > > > Clinton; 'Bigoted': Revs. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, & Hillary > Clinton > > > (Both Anti-Semites); Psychopaths (Hmm... That just described most of > > > their elected officials...). Selfish, of course, goes without > saying.> > > > > Clinton should get his ass kicked for cheating on his wife. 'Nuff > said. > > ..And also for sorta defiling the Oval Office and the position of > President of the United States. I believe it's our (or any) country's > leader's duty to be a respectable representative of his nation and his > nation's people and it's way of life, and that he should be a moral > example, especially to our nation's children. And no one can say that > children don't understand anything 'cause even if they don't know who > Bill Clinton is, they at least know what being the *President* is > because plenty of kids say (or used to say..) they'd like to become > President someday. I'd hope a child would still like to become the > leader of this country someday--someone who's respected, admired, and > revered, and does good things for his country rather than someone who's > corrupt, immoral, and bends the use of every little word to weasel his > way out of punishment (".......That...depends...on what your meaning > of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) > </mini-rant> > The problem is that all politicians have done what Clinton has done. His only real "sin" is getting caught and lying about it afterwards. JFK was known to be a womanizer and I've heard rumors that Bush was too (not sure I believe 'em, but it is out there). And don't forget all the politicians that Larry Flynt exposed during Clinton's impeachment. Methinks what the Prez and company do behind closed doors with other consenting adults is nobody's business, as long as they do their job. AFAIK, Lewinsky was a willing participant (I could be wrong on that one). My thought is that no politician is morally pure and to expect them to be so is dumb. They are the political heads of our state, not the moral heads. I firmly believe that all politicians truly care about is keeping their jobs and if they can please the people while doing so, that's a bonus. This election truly annoys me as I really don't like either candidate. I'm also sick of political ads that basically calls the other guy a clotting pile o' drakh. Makes it hard to see who would truly be the best candidate. Too bad McCain didn't get the nomination, I'd've voted for him. * Robinson (political cynic) -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message > > EB wrote: > > > > > > Yeah, but I can't motivate myself, LOL > > > > If you're as serious about your life's problems as you say you are, > > then you should get motivated.. > > > > True. <g> > > > > > > * Vogon poetry is, of course, the third worst in the universe. > > > > What are the second and third? > > > > "The second worst is that of the Azgoths of Kria. During a recitation by > their peot-master Grunthos the Flatulent of his poem "Ode to a Small Lump of > Green Putty I Found in my Armpit one Midsummer Morning", four of his > audience died of internal hemorrhaging, and the President of the > Mid-Galactic Arts Nobbling Council only survived by gnawing one of his own > legs off. Grunthos is reported to have been "disappointed" by the poem's > reception, and was about to embark on a reading of his twelve-book epic > entitled "Zen and the Art of Going to the Lavatory", when his own major > intwstine, in a desperate attempt to save life and civilization, leapt > straight up through his neck and throttled his brain. > The very worst poetry of all perished along with its creator, Paula Nancy > Millstone Jennings of Greenbridge, Essex, England in the assimilation of the > planet Earth." > > -The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy > Hey frood, do you know where your towel is? * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-14 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


Empress Of The Unknown wrote: > > Silverhawky wrote: > > [snip] > > School is mandatory till the age of 16 (when you take your GCSE > > exams). Everything after that is optional. A lot try getting a job > > straight away. Some go onto sixth-form or college for one or two > > years (to take A-levels or NVQs), then leave at 17 or 18. Or if they > > want to stay in the education system longer, there's about 3 years of > > university to take you to the age of 21. But you have to have got > > your A-levels or equivilant to be accepted there. > > > > There's a pitfall to taking the college and then university route > > though. You may be more qualified at the end of it, but you'll > > frequently find that you're being passed over for people coming > > straight out of school at 16 because employers can get away with > > paying them far less than they would have to with you. The old joke > > about university graduates having to work in MacDonalds isn't far off. > > > > Also, University can be a big financial strain. Most people I know of > > that went to university have come out thousands of pounds in debt. > > And it's not as if the money's went on extravagent living either. > > That all sucks crap. :( > It's the same here in the States though. If you don't get scholarships and such, college can be a bear. I racked up $20K in debt when I decided to get that third degree. * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <8na9a5$vu8$1@nnrp1.deja.com>, Empress says... > >5er wrote: > >> ..Empress says... > >[snip] >> > Huh? Where? >> >> At present, it's happening in Nigeria, Columbia, and Burma. >Fortunately, >> there's a federal law that allows people from other countries to sue >our >> companies for human rights violations. > > I hate it when I hear stuff like that about others ruining people's >lands. :( Happens all the time. >> >[snip] >> > Him: "I love Singapore, they really treat the criminals right! :)" >> >> They also torture their suspects into confessions. That's what >happened with >> with a Filipino maid charged with murder. Believe me, I'd prefer LA >traffic >> jams to that brand of justice. > > Torturing suspects who haven't been found either guilty or innocent is >wrong, IMO. Torturing those who've been found guilty, now that's >another story.. Is it? I seem to recall something in the Constitution that prohibits cruel and unusual punishment. >[snip] >> >> Oh yeah, the Washington Times. You just know that it's a reliable >> >source >> >> considering what great guardians of Truth the Moonies are. :-P >> > >> > Him: "Reverend Sun Myung Moon has no influence on the stories or on >> >the editorial page of the paper . . ." >> >> Oh please, even the most "reliable" news sources never criticize >their owners. > > DJ: "What is remarkable is how the Liberals bellyache about how the >media (specifically, newspapers) are often owned by "Conservatives", >therefore, those papers aren't Liberal. The same thing applies here, >too, the owners haven't influenced those paper's politically Left >leanings, either. For the life of me, I don't even know what the hell >political leanings of Moon are. I'd venture a guess he's more of the >Left-wing pursuasion given his exploits in the '70s." You claim that the mainstream media omits a lot of things that would put the Right in a more favorable light. Why then do you assume they're not capable of doing so with the Left? >> When was the last time you saw Nightline do a story on working >condition of >> hotel workers at Disneyworld? > > DJ: "I wouldn't know, since I can't stand watching that pompous, >arrogant prick, Ted Koppel." Many on the Left would agree with this assessment. >> >". . . and I've been reading it for several >> >years. As soon as I start seeing some of that propaganda rear its >head >> >in the stories and the like, that'll be the last day I read the >paper. . ." >> >> Not all lies are dressed up as propaganda, you know. > > DJ: "True, but they can dress it up any way they want to, I can still >smell propaganda a mile away." Dunno... >> Or do you believe that "I >> did not inhale" was the Democratic Party's motto? > > DJ: "It depends on if what is said rings true." > >> > Him: "As I said above, Moon has no say over the direction of the >> >paper. Those anti-WTO kooks are nothing but a bunch of thugs. . ." >> >> You're overgeneralization of the movement tells me you trust the >mainstream >> media far more than you let on. > > DJ: "It is abundantly obvious these folks are a bunch of kooks. So are >those protestors, too." You have on numerous occasions challenged Bozo to cite proof of his contentions. I issue the same challenge to you. Let's see just how much the mainstream media has tainted your opinion... >> Fact is that those "thugs" are a small minority >> in the Anarchist Movement, which is itself a small minority within >the anti-WTO >> coalition. Even LAPD's Chief Bernard Parks, when he testified before >the LA >> City Council, conceded that it was a small group of 10-20 people who >turned the >> protests in Seattle into a riot zone. > > DJ: "I say, 'Batter, Batter, Batter!'" :-) The Fascists in Italy believed the same thing. >> >". . .It was >> >really telling when they were protesting in D.C.... one of the >> >brainwashed college kiddies was holding up a sign and had the >> >word 'Fascist' misspelled. . ." >> >> There were a lot of activists from foreign countries in Seattle and >DC. Maybe >> you saw one of them. [shrug] > > DJ: "Those brilliant gems of humanity were Georgetown U students." You could be right. However, you have yet to explain why this matters. Does an inability to spell perfectly 100% of the time justify police brutality IYO? >> >". . .Well, those Lefties were never that good on >> >spelling... or much else for that matter..." >> >> [chuckle] > > [snork] > >> OK don't get me wrong, I happen to believe in free trade. In fact, >I'd go so >> far as to say my America should *unilaterally* drop trade barriers. >> Unfortunately, not only does the WTO allow for many barriers to >remain in place, >> but also it does nothing to end corporate welfare (and IMESAO, that's >the >> ultimate enemy of the entrepeneur). I think it's about time we got >rid of all >> these bullsh*t shackles to international commerce and liberalize our >trade and >> immigration laws immediately! > > DJ: "I have to be completely honest and admit that arguing some of the >intricacies and nuances of trade policies and WTO-related business >makes my eyes glaze over. At this point, I have not even taken >definitive positions on these issues. I want Free Trade, too, but I >also don't want it at the expense of continuing our loss of >manufacturing base (such as what Buchanan has addressed). However, as >we become more of a 'World Economy' those job losses may be inevitable. Whether or not there is a WTO, those jobs are doomed in this country. >As for Immigration, I'm not in favor of liberalizing those laws at the >current time. There should be reasonable restrictions placed on them, >with the only exceptions being for countries with >oppressive/totalitarian states (i.e. Cuba, Vietnam, England)." I think allowing in a million people a year is a reasonable restriction for now. In time, we could free laws up even more.

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me? (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a >> lazy spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college >> course ('cause my family was (and still is) on a low income). >> And I only give my parents ���20 a week board (out of ���35 a >> week income). Looks like me and Eskay are kin here > If the shoe fits... See new thread title. Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your education doesn't mean you're spoiled. So the local government decided to waive course-fees for people from low-income familys - do you expect people to say "oh no thanks, I'd rather pay instead"? Do you seriously think education should only be for people with money? Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me? (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8nc9h2$7is$1@newsg1.svr.pol.co.uk... > >> Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a > >> lazy spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college > >> course ('cause my family was (and still is) on a low income). > >> And I only give my parents ���20 a week board (out of ���35 a > >> week income). Looks like me and Eskay are kin here > > > If the shoe fits... > > See new thread title. > > Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your education doesn't > mean you're spoiled. So the local government decided to waive > course-fees for people from low-income familys - do you expect people > to say "oh no thanks, I'd rather pay instead"? Do you seriously think > education should only be for people with money? Sure glad it's not, 'cause my dad pays for all my private college courses. And, yeah, I'm spoiled. And kinda bratty. Fits the stereotype of San Diegans anyway - all that old money from retirees showered upon their kids. John Ro

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 17:51:06 GMT, Steve Christianson <stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote: >X-No-Archive: yes > > > >Merrick Baldelli wrote: >> >> On Sat, 12 Aug 2000 22:22:19 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >> wrote: >> >> >What does my parents giving me a good deal on lodging have to do with >> >you thinking I'm spoiled? I pay for everything else--food, car >> >insurance, gas, phone bills, books, etc, it's just lodging I don't >> >pay for. How does this make me spoiled? >> > >> >eSKay >> > >> >On Sat, 12 Aug 2000 11:17:57 -0400, Merrick Baldelli >> ><mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >> > >> >>On Mon, 07 Aug 2000 20:34:43 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >> >>wrote: >> >> >> >>><bg> My parents offered me and my siblings a really great deal, I >> >>>think. If we want to go to college, we have the option of free >> >>>lodging to save on expenses, which is why I'm living at home still. >> >>>College is expensive! >> >> >> >> This is certainly contributing to our opinions of you being >> >>spoiled, you know that right? Because some of us did indeed pay for >> >>our college *AND* paid for our own living conditions. >> >> What part of "some of us did indeed pay for our college *AND* >> paid for our own living conditions" are you having problems >> comprehending? > > >Methinks Miss Kitty would be spoiled regardless of her educational >plans. ;-) > >I have a theory that she's probably a hottie. She screams "I can be a >bitch and say stupid things and get away with it because I've got nice >tits and men always let me get away with it." Ok, this is just ridiculous. Where is this incredibly obnoxious stuff coming from? Did I insult you here somehow? eSKay "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me? (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 21:36:33 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a >>> lazy spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college >>> course ('cause my family was (and still is) on a low income). >>> And I only give my parents ���20 a week board (out of ���35 a >>> week income). Looks like me and Eskay are kin here > >> If the shoe fits... > >See new thread title. > >Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your education doesn't >mean you're spoiled. So the local government decided to waive >course-fees for people from low-income familys - do you expect people >to say "oh no thanks, I'd rather pay instead"? Do you seriously think >education should only be for people with money? > I actually am paying for my college--my parents are just not charging me for lodging. eSKay > >Silverhawk the Strange >-- >"I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. >I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears." > > > "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > I keep it in my rucksack along with my sub-etha radio :) > > > > > That's hoopy! > > > > And I can see the marvels of the universe on less than 30 Altarian dollars a > day, too! > Have you had any good Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters? * Robinson -- "Drinking a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is like having your brains smashed out with a piece of lemon...wrapped around a large gold brick." -- Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > And I can see the marvels of the universe on less than 30 Altarian dollars a > > day, too! > > > Have you had any good Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters? > I vaguely remember having my brains smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick, yes... the hangover lasted three weeks, but it was worth it <g> -- * Get dressed bitch because it's time to run ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8na9d8 > EB wrote: > > > So how come Britain was in a recession through much of the Tory > > administration? > > DJ: "When?" > Late 1980s to mid 1990s. -- * The AGQx Imperium will no longer stand by and allow trolls from your underworld to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > I keep it in my rucksack along with my sub-etha radio :) > > > That's hoopy! > And I can see the marvels of the universe on less than 30 Altarian dollars a day, too! -- * The AGQx Imperium will no longer stand by and allow trolls from your underworld to violate our territory. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 01:15:40 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >lol! > >The reason my parents offered us (me and my siblings) this option is >because they want us to get a college education. They consider it to >be -very important-. My dad has a Bachelors degree in Engineering and >mom's an RN. <g> WILL NOT TOUCH THIS. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 14 Aug 2000 22:19:25 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> What part of "some of us did indeed pay for our college *AND* >> paid for our own living conditions" are you having problems >> comprehending? > >Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a lazy >spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college course ('cause >my family was (and still is) on a low income). And I only give my >parents �20 a week board (out of �35 a week income). Looks like me >and Eskay are kin here If the shoe fits... -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-15 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > -The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy > > > > > Hey frood, do you know where your towel is? > > > > I keep it in my rucksack along with my sub-etha radio :) > That's hoopy! * Robinson -- "Zaphod's just this guy, you know?" -- Gag Halfrunt, "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"

2000-08-15 01:15:40+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


lol! The reason my parents offered us (me and my siblings) this option is because they want us to get a college education. They consider it to be -very important-. My dad has a Bachelors degree in Engineering and mom's an RN. <g> eSKay On Mon, 14 Aug 2000 22:19:25 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> What part of "some of us did indeed pay for our college *AND* >> paid for our own living conditions" are you having problems >> comprehending? > >Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a lazy >spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college course ('cause >my family was (and still is) on a low income). And I only give my >parents ���20 a week board (out of ���35 a week income). Looks like me >and Eskay are kin here > > >Silverhawk the Lazy Spoilt Brat >-- >"I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. >I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears." > > > "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-15 02:18:47+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


5er wrote: > ..Empress says... [snip] > > Huh? Where? > > At present, it's happening in Nigeria, Columbia, and Burma. Fortunately, > there's a federal law that allows people from other countries to sue our > companies for human rights violations. I hate it when I hear stuff like that about others ruining people's lands. :( > >[snip] > > Him: "I love Singapore, they really treat the criminals right! :)" > > They also torture their suspects into confessions. That's what happened with > with a Filipino maid charged with murder. Believe me, I'd prefer LA traffic > jams to that brand of justice. Torturing suspects who haven't been found either guilty or innocent is wrong, IMO. Torturing those who've been found guilty, now that's another story.. [snip] > >> Oh yeah, the Washington Times. You just know that it's a reliable > >source > >> considering what great guardians of Truth the Moonies are. :-P > > > > Him: "Reverend Sun Myung Moon has no influence on the stories or on > >the editorial page of the paper . . ." > > Oh please, even the most "reliable" news sources never criticize their owners. DJ: "What is remarkable is how the Liberals bellyache about how the media (specifically, newspapers) are often owned by "Conservatives", therefore, those papers aren't Liberal. The same thing applies here, too, the owners haven't influenced those paper's politically Left leanings, either. For the life of me, I don't even know what the hell political leanings of Moon are. I'd venture a guess he's more of the Left-wing pursuasion given his exploits in the '70s." > When was the last time you saw Nightline do a story on working condition of > hotel workers at Disneyworld? DJ: "I wouldn't know, since I can't stand watching that pompous, arrogant prick, Ted Koppel." > >". . . and I've been reading it for several > >years. As soon as I start seeing some of that propaganda rear its head > >in the stories and the like, that'll be the last day I read the paper. . ." > > Not all lies are dressed up as propaganda, you know. DJ: "True, but they can dress it up any way they want to, I can still smell propaganda a mile away." > Or do you believe that "I > did not inhale" was the Democratic Party's motto? DJ: "It depends on if what is said rings true." > Oh yeah you prefer your tainted biases far right, no? [maniacal cackle in the > distance] DJ: "The Washington Times is a mainstream Conservative newspaper. I don't think I've ever seen a real 'far' right paper (aside from perhaps the John Birch Society newsletter)." > > Him: "As I said above, Moon has no say over the direction of the > >paper. Those anti-WTO kooks are nothing but a bunch of thugs. . ." > > You're overgeneralization of the movement tells me you trust the mainstream > media far more than you let on. DJ: "It is abundantly obvious these folks are a bunch of kooks. So are those protestors, too." > Fact is that those "thugs" are a small minority > in the Anarchist Movement, which is itself a small minority within the anti-WTO > coalition. Even LAPD's Chief Bernard Parks, when he testified before the LA > City Council, conceded that it was a small group of 10-20 people who turned the > protests in Seattle into a riot zone. DJ: "I say, 'Batter, Batter, Batter!'" :-) > >". . .It was > >really telling when they were protesting in D.C.... one of the > >brainwashed college kiddies was holding up a sign and had the > >word 'Fascist' misspelled. . ." > > There were a lot of activists from foreign countries in Seattle and DC. Maybe > you saw one of them. [shrug] DJ: "Those brilliant gems of humanity were Georgetown U students." > >". . .Well, those Lefties were never that good on > >spelling... or much else for that matter..." > > [chuckle] [snork] > OK don't get me wrong, I happen to believe in free trade. In fact, I'd go so > far as to say my America should *unilaterally* drop trade barriers. > Unfortunately, not only does the WTO allow for many barriers to remain in place, > but also it does nothing to end corporate welfare (and IMESAO, that's the > ultimate enemy of the entrepeneur). I think it's about time we got rid of all > these bullsh*t shackles to international commerce and liberalize our trade and > immigration laws immediately! DJ: "I have to be completely honest and admit that arguing some of the intricacies and nuances of trade policies and WTO-related business makes my eyes glaze over. At this point, I have not even taken definitive positions on these issues. I want Free Trade, too, but I also don't want it at the expense of continuing our loss of manufacturing base (such as what Buchanan has addressed). However, as we become more of a 'World Economy' those job losses may be inevitable. As for Immigration, I'm not in favor of liberalizing those laws at the current time. There should be reasonable restrictions placed on them, with the only exceptions being for countries with oppressive/totalitarian states (i.e. Cuba, Vietnam, England)." -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-15 02:20:26+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


EB wrote: > "Empress Of The Unknown"..wrote.. > > Him: "We have a lot of that age discrimination here, too." > > She's 51, so it's very difficult for her to get potential employers to take > her seriously :-( DJ: "Had a scare about that regarding my father a few years back, he is a decade older than your mother." > > Geez. If you can't afford a car, what about a bicycle? ..Or is your > > work too far? > > It is too far. I never learnt to ride a bike, anyway. Besides, I enjoy going > to sleep on the bus ;-) DJ: "I never learned how to ride a bike, either. Of course, there weren't any areas near my house where I could really use one. If I tried the street, I'd be roadkill." There aren't any sidewalks around here and the only road is a busy one with no lane for bikeriding. > Well, I've seen Babylon 5 from start to finish, so I know what to expect... > I'm just hoping I can get out of the country before the real trouble starts. DJ: "That's what I said 8 years ago when I saw el Creepo on the way to 'victory.'" > So how come Britain was in a recession through much of the Tory > administration? DJ: "When?" > Well, they certainly aren't the kind of people I'd trust to be running the > world... DJ: "A majority of the voters in the U.S. never did, either." [snip] > > (".......That...depends...on what your meaning > > of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) > > </mini-rant> > > I agree completely. We've got more than our fair share of corrupt, immoral, > unfaithful politicians over here. *sigh* :\ > > -- > > .-~* Jup, ::can't believe she's actually talking about politics stuff > > by choice (EWWWWWWW, gross! <g>):: > > LOL :) :} -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-15 03:05:43+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


Mirror Spock wrote: > Empress Of The Unknown wrote: [snip] > > . . . (".......That...depends...on what your meaning > > of...'is'..is..." ..Gimme a frickin' break!) > > </mini-rant> > > The problem is that all politicians have done what Clinton has done. DJ: "There has been rare few politicians who have approached the sheer level of personal immorality and corruption on a grand scale as Clinton has (only LBJ comes to mind)." And just because other politicians have cheated on their wives in the past doesn't mean that it should just be excused now. Saying, "But everybody else does it" doesn't make it okay. > His only real "sin" is getting caught and lying about it afterwards. DJ: "Far more than just that." > JFK was known to be a womanizer DJ: "That's putting it mildly, LBJ was also one, too." > and I've heard rumors that Bush was too > (not sure I believe 'em, but it is out there). DJ: "That was an unsubstantiated rumor aired by CNN. I have no idea as to its validity. Though I doubt Barbara Bush would've stood by and allowed George, Sr. to carry on like that if she knew (quite unlike Hillary, who always knew)." > And don't forget all the > politicians that Larry Flynt exposed during Clinton's impeachment. DJ: "Anyone taking that child molestor seriously needs to have their head examined." > Methinks what the Prez and company do behind closed doors with other > consenting adults is nobody's business, as long as they do their job. DJ: "Problem was that, #1, that is the people's office, and as a taxpayer, I don't feel that is the appropriate use for it. He wants to do that, go take it outside to the Hay-Adams Hotel or out in the Maryland Woods for that matter. #2, he was also in violation of a law (IIRC) that forbid those sorts of relationships between a employer and an intern (a law he signed, BTW). As for Clinton doing his 'job', that is about the last thing he has done for the past 7 1/2 years. He is, without a doubt, the worst President we've ever had (saving poor Jimmy Carter from that distinction)." And I've already said what I think about what he did. Personal lives being that person's own business is okay, BUT NOT when it comes to holding the office of President of the United States. If you think of the position of President of the United States as a very expensive suit, something respected and admired and sacred, you don't go and play in the mud with it. You treat that suit with care as if it were priceless and precious, not something to be taken advantage of and used for whatever pleasures suit you. > AFAIK, Lewinsky was a willing participant (I could be wrong on that > one). DJ: "Wouldn't matter, that was still a violation of that law/directive he signed. Nevermind a violation of public taste. He should've been impeached on the grounds of moral turpitude alone, nevermind everything else!" Lewinsky being a willing participant makes her just as guilty as Clinton in that whole affair business, but just because someone says "Okay, you can do this or that" doesn't mean that you should go ahead and do it. Being allowed to do something is no excuse to not use your head...ew..er...common sense. > My thought is that no politician is morally pure and to expect > them to be so is dumb. They are the political heads of our state, not > the moral heads. DJ: "Hardly anyone is morally pure. But it is not too much to expect (from elected officials) a higher standard of ethics and morality. They are our leaders. Clinton so lowered the bar for the field of politics, it has already been ingrained in the American psyche that ALL politicians are 'just like him' and that simply isn't true. We just happened (with a plurality of the vote, twice) elected a person with no moral standards or ethics. The funny thing is that Bush, Jr. COULDN'T even be a candidate today without Clinton having preceeded him, his previous cocaine use would've knocked him out of contention. 8 years ago, I would've agreed on that that he shouldn't have been a major party nominee because of that alone, but because of Clinton, Bush's coke use is peanuts. The fact that that standard has been lowered, and that I find Bush acceptable despite that fact, alarms me. Despite Bush's inexcusable past conduct, perhaps he will make amends and start to repair the damage to the office of the Presidency. Even note that the Dems have been having to 'repair' the damage that Clinton has done to their own party... Gore having to pick a 'fundamentalist' Orthodox Jew as his running mate. It speaks volumes." Politicians are people just as we are, and I think everyone has an obligation to be a moral example to others. ..Especially those in the limelight and in positions of authority. And if you're a politician, that doesn't mean you're allowed to suddenly stop being morally good. > I firmly believe that all politicians truly care about is keeping their > jobs and if they can please the people while doing so, that's a bonus. DJ: "Of course they care about keeping their jobs (well, almost all of them...) but there are actually a few who want to accomplish something positive regardless of the consequences (i.e. losing their seats). We should encourage more of those types of people to run for office." > This election truly annoys me as I really don't like either candidate. DJ: "I'm not the biggest fan of Bush, either (voted for Keyes in the Primary), but Gore was my Rep and Senator, and he is truly frightening. The media actually believes the latter has a moral and ethical core, and he has neither. He has jettisoned every core belief he had in his twisted obsession to reach the Presidency in order to avenge his Daddy's not being nominated for the VP in 1956. No doubt with a Gore Presidency, the corruption 'n cover-up of Clinton's 8 years will continue unabated." > I'm also sick of political ads that basically calls the other guy a > clotting pile o' drakh. Makes it hard to see who would truly be the > best candidate. DJ: "Campaign ads are always like that. It's nothing new. In the 19th Century, the newspapers used to run stories to slander candidates every inch as bad as they do today." > Too bad McCain didn't get the nomination, I'd've voted > for him. DJ: "There were problems with his candidacy as well, though. McCain used some not-so-ethical tactics in places like Michigan that were rather beneath his dignity. -- .-~* Jup - *If you want, then start to laugh If you must, then start to cry Be yourself, don't hide Just believe in destiny Don't care what people say Just follow your own way Don't give up and use the chance To return to innocence* -'Return To Innocence,' Enigma Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-15 03:13:43+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


Empress Jup doth write thus: >Torturing suspects who haven't been found either guilty or innocent is >wrong, IMO. Torturing those who've been found guilty, now that's >another story.. If you torture someone who was found guilty by a confession atht was tortured out of him, is that truly another story, or the *same* story that merely has a different *title?* >DJ: "What is remarkable is how the Liberals bellyache about how the >media (specifically, newspapers) are often owned by "Conservatives", Interesting liberals you know. <G> The overwhelming majority of complaints I hear about the news media (from liberals, conservatives *and* realists) is that the news is drivelled down into easily-digested sound bites, with all the substance screened out. Any rational adult can correct for any ideological leanings as he sees fit. ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-15 03:40:24+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>DJ: "There has been rare few politicians who have approached the sheer >level of personal immorality and corruption on a grand scale as Clinton >has (only LBJ comes to mind)." So you remember LBJ but *not* Nixon? Fascinating. ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-16 00:00:00 - Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> **I see where you're coming from but your new header is just > whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) It's not meant to. I just wanted to change the original title as it was not appropriate to the message. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-16 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > I vaguely remember having my brains smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped > > round a large gold brick, yes... the hangover lasted three weeks, but it was > > worth it <g> > > > I hope you went to a proper support group to help your recovery... > Nah, I just hung out with Zaphod Beeblebrox for a while and that soon shocked me back to normal. <g> -- * This is not my first temporal anomaly. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-16 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > And I can see the marvels of the universe on less than 30 Altarian > dollars a > > > day, too! > > > > > Have you had any good Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters? > > > > I vaguely remember having my brains smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped > round a large gold brick, yes... the hangover lasted three weeks, but it was > worth it <g> > I hope you went to a proper support group to help your recovery... * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-16 00:01:13+00:00 - Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me? (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (kaboom@7of.9)


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 21:36:33 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a >>> lazy spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college >>> course ('cause my family was (and still is) on a low income). >>> And I only give my parents ���20 a week board (out of ���35 a >>> week income). Looks like me and Eskay are kin here > >> If the shoe fits... > >See new thread title. **I see where you're coming from but your new header is just whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) >Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your education doesn't >mean you're spoiled. So the local government decided to waive >course-fees for people from low-income familys - do you expect people >to say "oh no thanks, I'd rather pay instead"? Do you seriously think >education should only be for people with money? **I didn't pay for college, my parents were wise enough to start saving when my sister and I were little. My mom was adamant about us not having debt when we graduated. She also didn't want us working while we were in college because she wanted us to spend freetime studying. Yea right :) At the time, UCONN had no meal plan on the weekend and I had no money so I drew portraits for people and they gave me meals on the weekends. I'd say I was lucky, not spoiled. I had no money and missed out on a lot of stuff on campus but I have my degree... ...in an envelope, sitting in a box somewhere collecting dust :) kaboomie

2000-08-16 06:19:40+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


5er <5er_member@newsguy.com> wrote in message news:8nd6sk$14l5@drn.newsguy.com... > In article <8na9a5$vu8$1@nnrp1.deja.com>, Empress says... > > > >5er wrote: > > > >> ..Empress says... > > > >[snip] > >> > Huh? Where? > >> > >> At present, it's happening in Nigeria, Columbia, and Burma. > >Fortunately, > >> there's a federal law that allows people from other countries to sue > >our > >> companies for human rights violations. > > > > I hate it when I hear stuff like that about others ruining people's > >lands. :( > > Happens all the time. > > >> >[snip] > >> > Him: "I love Singapore, they really treat the criminals right! :)" > >> > >> They also torture their suspects into confessions. That's what > >happened with > >> with a Filipino maid charged with murder. Believe me, I'd prefer LA > >traffic > >> jams to that brand of justice. > > > > Torturing suspects who haven't been found either guilty or innocent is > >wrong, IMO. Torturing those who've been found guilty of being a jerk and getting kicked out of TIWTA? > >now that's another story.. > > Is it? I seem to recall something in the Constitution that prohibits cruel and > unusual punishment. > > >[snip] > >> >> Oh yeah, the Washington Times. You just know that it's a reliable > >> >source > >> >> considering what great guardians of Truth the Moonies are. :-P > >> > > >> > Him: "Reverend Sun Myung Moon has no influence on the stories or on > >> >the editorial page of the paper . . ." > >> > >> Oh please, even the most "reliable" news sources never criticize > >their owners. > > > > DJ: "What is remarkable is how the Liberals bellyache about how the > >media (specifically, newspapers) are often owned by "Conservatives", > >therefore, those papers aren't Liberal. The same thing applies here, > >too, the owners haven't influenced those paper's politically Left > >leanings, either. For the life of me, I don't even know what the hell > >political leanings of Moon are. I'd venture a guess he's more of the > >Left-wing pursuasion given his exploits in the '70s." > > You claim that the mainstream media omits a lot of things that would put the > Right in a more favorable light. Why then do you assume they're not capable of > doing so with the Left? > > >> When was the last time you saw Nightline do a story on working > >condition of > >> hotel workers at Disneyworld? > > > > DJ: "I wouldn't know, since I can't stand watching that pompous, > >arrogant prick, Ted Koppel." > > Many on the Left would agree with this assessment. > > >> >". . . and I've been reading it for several > >> >years. As soon as I start seeing some of that propaganda rear its > >head > >> >in the stories and the like, that'll be the last day I read the > >paper. . ." > >> > >> Not all lies are dressed up as propaganda, you know. > > > > DJ: "True, but they can dress it up any way they want to, I can still > >smell propaganda a mile away." > > Dunno... > > >> Or do you believe that "I > >> did not inhale" was the Democratic Party's motto? > > > > DJ: "It depends on if what is said rings true." > > > >> > Him: "As I said above, Moon has no say over the direction of the > >> >paper. Those anti-WTO kooks are nothing but a bunch of thugs. . ." > >> > >> You're overgeneralization of the movement tells me you trust the > >mainstream > >> media far more than you let on. > > > > DJ: "It is abundantly obvious these folks are a bunch of kooks. So are > >those protestors, too." > > You have on numerous occasions challenged Bozo to cite proof of his contentions. > I issue the same challenge to you. > > Let's see just how much the mainstream media has tainted your opinion... > > >> Fact is that those "thugs" are a small minority > >> in the Anarchist Movement, which is itself a small minority within > >the anti-WTO > >> coalition. Even LAPD's Chief Bernard Parks, when he testified before > >the LA > >> City Council, conceded that it was a small group of 10-20 people who > >turned the > >> protests in Seattle into a riot zone. > > > > DJ: "I say, 'Batter, Batter, Batter!'" :-) > > The Fascists in Italy believed the same thing. > > >> >". . .It was > >> >really telling when they were protesting in D.C.... one of the > >> >brainwashed college kiddies was holding up a sign and had the > >> >word 'Fascist' misspelled. . ." > >> > >> There were a lot of activists from foreign countries in Seattle and > >DC. Maybe > >> you saw one of them. [shrug] > > > > DJ: "Those brilliant gems of humanity were Georgetown U students." > > You could be right. However, you have yet to explain why this matters. Does an > inability to spell perfectly 100% of the time justify police brutality IYO? > > >> >". . .Well, those Lefties were never that good on > >> >spelling... or much else for that matter..." > >> > >> [chuckle] > > > > [snork] > > > >> OK don't get me wrong, I happen to believe in free trade. In fact, > >I'd go so > >> far as to say my America should *unilaterally* drop trade barriers. > >> Unfortunately, not only does the WTO allow for many barriers to > >remain in place, > >> but also it does nothing to end corporate welfare (and IMESAO, that's > >the > >> ultimate enemy of the entrepeneur). I think it's about time we got > >rid of all > >> these bullsh*t shackles to international commerce and liberalize our > >trade and > >> immigration laws immediately! > > > > DJ: "I have to be completely honest and admit that arguing some of the > >intricacies and nuances of trade policies and WTO-related business > >makes my eyes glaze over. At this point, I have not even taken > >definitive positions on these issues. I want Free Trade, too, but I > >also don't want it at the expense of continuing our loss of > >manufacturing base (such as what Buchanan has addressed). However, as > >we become more of a 'World Economy' those job losses may be inevitable. > > Whether or not there is a WTO, those jobs are doomed in this country. > > >As for Immigration, I'm not in favor of liberalizing those laws at the > >current time. There should be reasonable restrictions placed on them, > >with the only exceptions being for countries with > >oppressive/totalitarian states (i.e. Cuba, Vietnam, England)." > > I think allowing in a million people a year is a reasonable restriction for now. > In time, we could free laws up even more. > John Ro

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <zf1n5.43$i7.14771@news1.rdc1.tn.home.com>, "Field says... > >5er wrote: > >> >We were in a worldwide recession at that point, so I wouldn't place >> >the blame with them. >> >> Yeah, you blame pot smoking. [poke] > >Kiss my grits, Flo. Let's not and say we did.

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > Nah, I just hung out with Zaphod Beeblebrox for a while and that soon > > shocked me back to normal. <g> > > Did Zaphod give you a tour of the Heart of Gold? > No, he just took me and the rest off on some wild goose chase looking for God's Final Message to his Creation. -- * Assimilate this! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


On Thu, 17 Aug 2000 15:09:10 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 23:28:08 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >wrote: > >>On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 17:51:06 GMT, Steve Christianson >><stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote: >> >>>Methinks Miss Kitty would be spoiled regardless of her educational >>>plans. ;-) >>> >>>I have a theory that she's probably a hottie. She screams "I can be a >>>bitch and say stupid things and get away with it because I've got nice >>>tits and men always let me get away with it." >> >>Ok, this is just ridiculous. Where is this incredibly obnoxious stuff >>coming from? Did I insult you here somehow? > > Do you have Alzheimers, or are you desperately trying to >forget your initial entrance into the group and how many people you >pissed off in the process? No, but this seems to be a delayed response or something. If he was going to get rude and obnoxious, I would've thought he'd have done it earlier, not just suddenly start now. eSKay > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me? (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 21:36:33 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Well I guess you've got me there Merrick - looks like I'm a >>> lazy spoilt brat too. I didn't have to pay for my college >>> course ('cause my family was (and still is) on a low income). >>> And I only give my parents �20 a week board (out of �35 a >>> week income). Looks like me and Eskay are kin here > >> If the shoe fits... > >See new thread title. See another person enter the fabled Halls of the Chronically Whining. >Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your education doesn't >mean you're spoiled. If the shoe fits. And considering the reactions you've been pushing out, I would have to say that that particular shoe is fitting quite comfortably, isn't it? >So the local government decided to waive >course-fees for people from low-income familys - do you expect people >to say "oh no thanks, I'd rather pay instead"? Do you seriously think >education should only be for people with money? You tell me... Britain had that kind of attitude for centuries. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 16 Aug 2000 21:34:13 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> **I see where you're coming from but your new header is just >> whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) > >It's not meant to. I just wanted to change the original title as it >was not appropriate to the message. This seems more appropriate. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 23:28:08 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 17:51:06 GMT, Steve Christianson ><stevechristianson@yahoo.com> wrote: > >>Methinks Miss Kitty would be spoiled regardless of her educational >>plans. ;-) >> >>I have a theory that she's probably a hottie. She screams "I can be a >>bitch and say stupid things and get away with it because I've got nice >>tits and men always let me get away with it." > >Ok, this is just ridiculous. Where is this incredibly obnoxious stuff >coming from? Did I insult you here somehow? Do you have Alzheimers, or are you desperately trying to forget your initial entrance into the group and how many people you pissed off in the process? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Mirror Spock <robins80@pilot.msu.edu>)


"EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > "Mirror Spock" <robins80@pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message > > "EvilBill[AGQx]" wrote: > > > > > > I vaguely remember having my brains smashed out by a slice of lemon > wrapped > > > round a large gold brick, yes... the hangover lasted three weeks, but it > was > > > worth it <g> > > > > > I hope you went to a proper support group to help your recovery... > > > > Nah, I just hung out with Zaphod Beeblebrox for a while and that soon > shocked me back to normal. <g> > Did Zaphod give you a tour of the Heart of Gold? * Robinson -- "No one questions the assassination of a Captain who disobeys prime orders of the Empire." -- Ensign Pavel Chekov, "Mirror, Mirror"

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com> wrote in message news:JUKm5.2144 > EB wrote: > > > > Late 1980s to mid 1990s. > > We were in a worldwide recession at that point, so I wouldn't place > the blame with them. > Britain was harder hit than many other Western nations, though. -- * We have analysed your defensive capabilities as being unable to withstand us. If you defend yourself you will be punished. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-17 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <JUKm5.2144$z4.53349@news1.rdc1.tn.home.com>, "Field says... > >EB wrote: > >> > > So how come Britain was in a recession through much of the Tory >> > > administration? >> > >> > DJ: "When?" >> >> Late 1980s to mid 1990s. > >We were in a worldwide recession at that point, so I wouldn't place >the blame with them. Yeah, you blame pot smoking. [poke]

2000-08-17 02:00:40+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com>)


5er wrote: > You claim that the mainstream media omits a lot of things that would put the > Right in a more favorable light. That's putting it mildly. > Why then do you assume they're not capable of > doing so with the Left? Because there isn't anything positive the Left has accomplished in the past 35 years. > > DJ: "I wouldn't know, since I can't stand watching that pompous, > >arrogant prick, Ted Koppel." > > Many on the Left would agree with this assessment. Oh ? > > DJ: "True, but they can dress it up any way they want to, I can still > >smell propaganda a mile away." > > Dunno... 'tis true, 'tis true. > > DJ: "It is abundantly obvious these folks are a bunch of kooks. So are > >those protestors, too." > > You have on numerous occasions challenged Bozo to cite proof of his contentions. > I issue the same challenge to you. Prove that the Dems are kooks, or the protestors ? > Let's see just how much the mainstream media has tainted your opinion... Of course, there are those rare times when they manage to get it right. > > DJ: "I say, 'Batter, Batter, Batter!'" :-) > > The Fascists in Italy believed the same thing. So do the folks that work at Captain D's... > > DJ: "Those brilliant gems of humanity were Georgetown U students." > > You could be right. However, you have yet to explain why this matters. Lack of orthography skills also tends to demonstrate lack of intelligence. > Does an > inability to spell perfectly 100% of the time justify police brutality IYO? Maybe a swift thwap to the head with a Police Issue Baton will give them the gift. > Whether or not there is a WTO, those jobs are doomed in this country. Maybe so, but I admire those that stand up for trying to keep them here. We still should be concerned about America first. > I think allowing in a million people a year is a reasonable restriction for now. > In time, we could free laws up even more. What is the current number, anyway, (immigrants) per year ? A million sounds awfully high. I would tend to favor cutting back... Guten Abend, --The Field Marshal D.J. (Lesser 1/2 of Jup & D.J.)

2000-08-17 02:38:42+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


DJ doth write thus: >5er wrote: > >> You claim that the mainstream media omits a lot of things that would put >the >> Right in a more favorable light. > >That's putting it mildly. > >> Why then do you assume they're not capable of >> doing so with the Left? > >Because there isn't anything positive the Left has accomplished in the >past 35 years. That just goes to show how effective the media is in downplaying the good done by the Left. >> > DJ: "True, but they can dress it up any way they want to, I can still >> >smell propaganda a mile away." >> >> Dunno... > >'tis true, 'tis true. It's true that you seem very enamored of a particular political party. This makes your propoganda radar seem a tad..... selective. >> > DJ: "It is abundantly obvious these folks are a bunch of kooks. So are >> >those protestors, too." Remember the good ol' days when it was abundantly obvious that the heavier an object, the faster it would fall? <G> >> Does an >> inability to spell perfectly 100% of the time justify police brutality >IYO? > >Maybe a swift thwap to the head with a Police Issue Baton will give them >the gift. We can test that, DJ: Take a standardized skills test, then apply a tire iron against your left temple until the spongy, pinkish-grey tissue shows. Then, retest (after appropriate medical care is obtained). The problem with arguing that those who disagree with you should have their heads bashed in is that you never know the size of your opponent's club until it's too late. It also majorly distracts any attention away from any real, half-way intelligent arguments you might have to support your position. Don't bother responding; I expect I can predict it. ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-17 03:46:24+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com>)


Bozo the Evil Klown wrote: > >Because there isn't anything positive the Left has accomplished in the > >past 35 years. > > That just goes to show how effective the media is in downplaying the good done > by the Left. *Coughing fit* > >'tis true, 'tis true. > > It's true that you seem very enamored of a particular political party. Indeed. > This makes your propoganda radar seem a tad..... selective. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ What was that I said about orthographic skills ? :-) > >> > DJ: "It is abundantly obvious these folks are a bunch of kooks. So are > >> >those protestors, too." > > Remember the good ol' days when it was abundantly obvious that the heavier an > object, the faster it would fall? <G> Fortunately for the Dems, Ted Kennedy managed to remain upright throughout his speech. > >> Does an > >> inability to spell perfectly 100% of the time justify police brutality > >IYO? > > > >Maybe a swift thwap to the head with a Police Issue Baton will give them > >the gift. > > We can test that, DJ: Take a standardized skills test, then apply a tire iron > against your left temple until the spongy, pinkish-grey tissue shows. Then, > retest (after appropriate medical care is obtained). Wait a sec... How did you know I attended public school ? OK, who told ? > The problem with arguing that those who disagree with you should have their > heads bashed in is that you never know the size of your opponent's club until > it's too late. =points to the club damage on my head= > It also majorly distracts any attention away from any real, half-way > intelligent arguments you might have to support your position. Ah. > Don't bother responding; I expect I can predict it. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Did ya predict that ? Guten Abend, --The Field Marshal D.J. (Lesser 1/2 of Jup & D.J.)

2000-08-17 04:05:45+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Empress Of The Unknown <jupiturgrl@aol.com>)


DJ, here ya go: ===== "Empress Of The Unknown" <jupiturgrl@aol.com> wrote in message news:8na9d8 > EB wrote: > > > So how come Britain was in a recession through much of the Tory > > administration? > > DJ: "When?" > Late 1980s to mid 1990s. ===== -- .-~* Jup Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

2000-08-17 05:39:53+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com>)


EB wrote: > > > So how come Britain was in a recession through much of the Tory > > > administration? > > > > DJ: "When?" > > Late 1980s to mid 1990s. We were in a worldwide recession at that point, so I wouldn't place the blame with them. Gute Nacht, --The Field Marshal D.J. (Lesser 1/2 of Jup & D.J.)

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk>)


"Arlie" <arlie88@aol.comNoSpam> wrote in message news:20000818164530.09393.00000043@ng-fi1.aol.com... > >>> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. > > Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > > I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer > Merrick. << > > I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so seriously. It's not > personal or anything. It's just the way he is. Yeah, dont sweat it, he's done it to others, me included not so long ago, but we get on fine now. He's just an acquired taste <g>

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so > seriously. It's not personal or anything. Really! He sure hides that fact well then. > It's just the way he is. I'll just have to take your word for it as you seem to have known him a lot longer than me. Ah hell, I don't care any more. Vent at me all you like Merrick. It's not like I don't deserve it. Losers come last as always. Silverhawk the Strange -- "The past is so beautiful. The future like a corpse in snow. I think it's all the f***ing same. It's a life sentence, babe."

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8nk618$d6v$1@news6.svr.pol.co.uk... > > Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. > > Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > > I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer > Merrick. You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. Adjust, Conform or move on. Thats life.

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Lisa <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message news:vzhn5.642$UP2.68205@news1.cableinet.net... > > "Arlie" <arlie88@aol.comNoSpam> wrote in message > news:20000818164530.09393.00000043@ng-fi1.aol.com... > > >>> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. > > > Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > > > > I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a > nicer > > Merrick. << > > > > I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so seriously. > It's not > > personal or anything. It's just the way he is. > > > Yeah, dont sweat it, he's done it to others, me included not so long ago, > but we get on fine now. He's just an acquired taste <g> Funny, Fiver said the same thing...

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 16:35:22 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> > **I see where you're coming from but your new header is >>> > just whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) >>> >>> It's not meant to. I just wanted to change the original title >>> as it was not appropriate to the message. >> >> This seems more appropriate. > >Just as a matter of curiosity, Merrick, what do you think of me as a person? >To hazard a guess, I'd say you view me with about the same contempt as you >do John Ro and/or Eskay and the ilk. > >May I suggest using your killfilter if you don't like reading my >messages..... unless of course the actual intention is to continually make >snide comments, hoping I'll eventually get sick of them and leave the group? > >If that is indeed the case, then don't feel you have to hold yourself back. >If you think I'm an uneducated dumb asshole who should f*** off back under >the rock I came from, then just come out and say it! Let's hear what you >really think of me. > >Seriously though, I would like to know what exactly your problem with me is. >Okay, so I've been offering my own (admittedly) warped opinions on this, >that and the other, without maybe thinking through the response I'd get to >rocking the boat of popular reasoning. But that alone can't be the reason. >So what is it? > Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. > Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer Merrick. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (arlie88@aol.comNoSpam)


>>> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. > Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer Merrick. << I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so seriously. It's not personal or anything. It's just the way he is. -- Arlie

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Laura <laware@strato.net>)


5er <5er_member@newsguy.com> wrote in message news:8njpe6$24js@drn.newsguy.com... > In article <W9dn5.8333$2k1.283415@news-west.usenetserver.com>, "Ta'" says... > > > >> I'm wondering why you feel the need to air this > >superiority complex, > >> insulting people who don't say things that you want to > >hear. I'm getting > >> the feeling that IDIC is a foreign concept as far as > >you're concerned. > > > >LOL > >Geez. > > > >Try *this*... If YOU cant stand Merrick so much, why dont > >you killfile _him_? > > Exactly! Everyone's so sensitive today, and it's Friday for crying out loud! FRI-DAY! FRI-DAY! FRI-DAY! I don't have to get up at 6 AM tomorrow!! Yippee! -- "Structure, logic, function, control. A structure cannot stand without a foundation. Logic is the foundation of function. Function is the essence of control. I am in control. I am in control." - Lt. Cmdr. Tuvok, "Star Trek: Voyager"

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Laura" <laware@strato.net> wrote in message news:k0gn5.13198$2k1.329542@news- > > FRI-DAY! > FRI-DAY! > FRI-DAY! > I don't have to get up at 6 AM tomorrow!! Yippee! > Me neither! Woohoo, I can stay online all night! :-))))) -- * The universe puts a mystery in front of us as a gift. Politeness requires that we at least try to solve it. ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message > > I generally avoid using killfilters if I can help it. I usually try and > sort out some kind of amicable understanding first. The only people in my > killfile are Rockboy, Dexter Clay and Lon Takhan - they were lost causes. > You might want to add this "Miss Lara Croft" troll as well. Now there's an internet stalker if ever there was one. -- * I am evil Homer, I am evil Homer! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"5er" <5er_member@newsguy.com> wrote in message news:8njpe6$24js@drn.newsguy.com... > > Exactly! Everyone's so sensitive today, and it's Friday for crying out loud! > I think my drive-by trolling hurt peoples' feelings.

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (5er <5er_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <W9dn5.8333$2k1.283415@news-west.usenetserver.com>, "Ta'" says... > >> I'm wondering why you feel the need to air this >superiority complex, >> insulting people who don't say things that you want to >hear. I'm getting >> the feeling that IDIC is a foreign concept as far as >you're concerned. > >LOL >Geez. > >Try *this*... If YOU cant stand Merrick so much, why dont >you killfile _him_? Exactly! Everyone's so sensitive today, and it's Friday for crying out loud!

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> > **I see where you're coming from but your new header is >> > just whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) >> >> It's not meant to. I just wanted to change the original title >> as it was not appropriate to the message. > > This seems more appropriate. Just as a matter of curiosity, Merrick, what do you think of me as a person? To hazard a guess, I'd say you view me with about the same contempt as you do John Ro and/or Eskay and the ilk. May I suggest using your killfilter if you don't like reading my messages..... unless of course the actual intention is to continually make snide comments, hoping I'll eventually get sick of them and leave the group? If that is indeed the case, then don't feel you have to hold yourself back. If you think I'm an uneducated dumb asshole who should f*** off back under the rock I came from, then just come out and say it! Let's hear what you really think of me. Seriously though, I would like to know what exactly your problem with me is. Okay, so I've been offering my own (admittedly) warped opinions on this, that and the other, without maybe thinking through the response I'd get to rocking the boat of popular reasoning. But that alone can't be the reason. So what is it? Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your >> education doesn't mean you're spoiled. > > If the shoe fits. And considering the reactions you've been > pushing out, I would have to say that that particular shoe is > fitting quite comfortably, isn't it? I'm spoiled??? On ���15 a week??? Er, you have a rather strange perception on what spoiled means. Look, if you don't like my opinions why do you keep reading them? Just killfilter me and be done with it. That would be the sensible course of action. I'm not asking you to agree with anything I say you know. I know my views are strange and differ from everyone else's - why the hell do you think I call myself Silverhawk the *Strange* (as if I haven't made that clear enough times already)? I say what's on my mind - can I help it if I don't see some things the same as the others around here? I'm wondering why you feel the need to air this superiority complex, insulting people who don't say things that you want to hear. I'm getting the feeling that IDIC is a foreign concept as far as you're concerned. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8njmn9$391$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > >> Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your > >> education doesn't mean you're spoiled. > > > > If the shoe fits. And considering the reactions you've been > > pushing out, I would have to say that that particular shoe is > > fitting quite comfortably, isn't it? > > I'm spoiled??? On ���15 a week??? Er, you have a rather strange perception > on what spoiled means. > > Look, if you don't like my opinions why do you keep reading them? Just > killfilter me and be done with it. That would be the sensible course of > action. I'm not asking you to agree with anything I say you know. I know > my views are strange and differ from everyone else's - why the hell do you > think I call myself Silverhawk the *Strange* (as if I haven't made that > clear enough times already)? I say what's on my mind - can I help it if I > don't see some things the same as the others around here? > > I'm wondering why you feel the need to air this superiority complex, > insulting people who don't say things that you want to hear. I'm getting > the feeling that IDIC is a foreign concept as far as you're concerned. LOL Geez. Try *this*... If YOU cant stand Merrick so much, why dont you killfile _him_?

2000-08-18 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> LOL > Geez. > > Try *this*... If YOU cant stand Merrick so much, why dont > you killfile _him_? I generally avoid using killfilters if I can help it. I usually try and sort out some kind of amicable understanding first. The only people in my killfile are Rockboy, Dexter Clay and Lon Takhan - they were lost causes. I wouldn't mind Merrick so much if he wasn't so arrogant. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-18 02:33:03+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com>)


5er wrote: > >We were in a worldwide recession at that point, so I wouldn't place > >the blame with them. > > Yeah, you blame pot smoking. [poke] Kiss my grits, Flo. Guten Abend, --The Field Marshal D.J. (Lesser 1/2 of Jup & D.J.)

2000-08-18 02:34:18+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com>)


EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > We were in a worldwide recession at that point, so I wouldn't place > > the blame with them. > > Britain was harder hit than many other Western nations, though. It was pretty hard too in some parts of the U.S. (New England, for example). We were in a recession in my state for damn near 6 years. Guten Abend, --The Field Marshal D.J. (Lesser 1/2 of Jup & D.J.)

2000-08-18 06:25:15+01:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - ("EvilBill[AGQx]" <evil_lord_bill@q3arena.com>)


"Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com> wrote in message news:Kg1n5.45 > EvilBill[AGQx] wrote: > > > > Britain was harder hit than many other Western nations, though. > > It was pretty hard too in some parts of the U.S. (New England, for > example). We were in a recession in my state for damn near 6 years. > That couldn't have been good :-( I was lucky... the recession was pretty much over before I finished College, so I missed it. <g> -- * Assimilate this! ICQ: 37464244.

2000-08-19 06:12:27+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - ("Louis M. Brown" <phyphor@rocketmail.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 20:06:49 GMT, Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote: >On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 16:35:22 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" ><silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > >>>> > **I see where you're coming from but your new header is >>>> > just whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) >>>> >>>> It's not meant to. I just wanted to change the original title >>>> as it was not appropriate to the message. >>> >>> This seems more appropriate. >> >>Just as a matter of curiosity, Merrick, what do you think of me as a person? >>To hazard a guess, I'd say you view me with about the same contempt as you >>do John Ro and/or Eskay and the ilk. >> >>May I suggest using your killfilter if you don't like reading my >>messages..... unless of course the actual intention is to continually make >>snide comments, hoping I'll eventually get sick of them and leave the group? >> >>If that is indeed the case, then don't feel you have to hold yourself back. >>If you think I'm an uneducated dumb asshole who should f*** off back under >>the rock I came from, then just come out and say it! Let's hear what you >>really think of me. >> >>Seriously though, I would like to know what exactly your problem with me is. >>Okay, so I've been offering my own (admittedly) warped opinions on this, >>that and the other, without maybe thinking through the response I'd get to >>rocking the boat of popular reasoning. But that alone can't be the reason. >>So what is it? >> > >Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. Sometimes >he just needs to vent! :-) Yea, but you rule, babe! -LMB > >Julianna >-------- >Tuvok: >The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Shammie <Shammie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <20000820171751.15461.00001109@ng-ch1.aol.com>, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam says... >There's a difference between an acerbic contributor and a troll. I haven't seen a post from John Ro in about 2 weeks now. He's the only person I've ever killfiled out of boredom from the repetitiveness of his "trolls." He's such a lightweight. Reminds me of dancers who have a repertoire of about 4 moves that they've been recycling over and over for years, never coming up with anything new. To me that is the equivalent of death. Every now and then I'll see someone responding to him, that's the only way I know he's still around.

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Ta' <tateria@yahoo.com>)


Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8no4pe$noe$1@news8.svr.pol.co.uk... > > You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. > > Yet I'm supposed to change in order for him not to insult me? That's double > standards. He'll insult you no matter what. He insults everyoine. Even me. Thats Merr. > > I've never conformed - always been the outsider. I don't see that changing > anytime soon. I'm just too much of a strange geek freak idiot to fit in > with normal society. Then thats how your life is going to be. Change just doesnt *happen*. It requires a kick start.

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (arlie88@aol.comNoSpam)


>>> Yep - and he's been pretty unfriendly to me recently as well > - but I don't take it personally. John Ro has been pretty unfriendly lately too. What do you think of him? << The difference is that Merrick is entertaining and witty. And he has interesting ideas, about Star Trek, even. You can actually have an interchange with him; he responds reasonably to arguments. IOW, he adds something to the newsgroup that makes it a better place. There's a difference between an acerbic contributor and a troll. -- Arlie

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Ah hell, I don't care any more. Vent at me all you like >> Merrick. It's not like I don't deserve it. Losers come last >> as always. > > Who's the loser you're talking about? <puzzled expression> Me. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Yep - and he's been pretty unfriendly to me recently as well > - but I don't take it personally. John Ro has been pretty unfriendly lately too. What do you think of him? Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 21:26:02 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. >> Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > >I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer >Merrick. > LOL! That's the way he is! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On 18 Aug 2000 20:45:30 GMT, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam (Arlie) wrote: >>>> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. >> Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > >I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer >Merrick. << > >I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so seriously. It's not >personal or anything. It's just the way he is. > Yep - and he's been pretty unfriendly to me recently as well - but I don't take it personally. Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 22:07:25 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so >> seriously. It's not personal or anything. > >Really! He sure hides that fact well then. > >> It's just the way he is. > >I'll just have to take your word for it as you seem to have known him a lot >longer than me. > >Ah hell, I don't care any more. Vent at me all you like Merrick. It's not >like I don't deserve it. Losers come last as always. Who's the loser you're talking about? Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Sat, 19 Aug 2000 06:12:27 GMT, Louis M. Brown <phyphor@rocketmail.com> wrote: >On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 20:06:49 GMT, Julianna Feigl ><glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote: > >>On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 16:35:22 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" >><silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> >>>>> > **I see where you're coming from but your new header is >>>>> > just whiny. It won't win friends and impress enemies :) >>>>> >>>>> It's not meant to. I just wanted to change the original title >>>>> as it was not appropriate to the message. >>>> >>>> This seems more appropriate. >>> >>>Just as a matter of curiosity, Merrick, what do you think of me as a person? >>>To hazard a guess, I'd say you view me with about the same contempt as you >>>do John Ro and/or Eskay and the ilk. >>> >>>May I suggest using your killfilter if you don't like reading my >>>messages..... unless of course the actual intention is to continually make >>>snide comments, hoping I'll eventually get sick of them and leave the group? >>> >>>If that is indeed the case, then don't feel you have to hold yourself back. >>>If you think I'm an uneducated dumb asshole who should f*** off back under >>>the rock I came from, then just come out and say it! Let's hear what you >>>really think of me. >>> >>>Seriously though, I would like to know what exactly your problem with me is. >>>Okay, so I've been offering my own (admittedly) warped opinions on this, >>>that and the other, without maybe thinking through the response I'd get to >>>rocking the boat of popular reasoning. But that alone can't be the reason. >>>So what is it? >>> >> >>Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. Sometimes >>he just needs to vent! :-) > >Yea, but you rule, babe! > :-))))) Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>> You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. > >Yet I'm supposed to change in order for him not to insult me? That's double >standards. No, just understand that Merrick is a very opinionated type, *and* is highly skilled at putting his opinion across and defending it. If that's a problem, you can filter his posts. I'm just not seeing a problem. >Unless of course you are the >opinion that I'm as bad as Dexter whatshisname and John Ro and thus deserve >anything I get? > ><shakes head, realising what I've just said> Stupid question, of course I >deserve it. Carry on then. This way lies madness; I've seen it capture far too many worthwhile minds. You *can* still turn back from it. >> Adjust, Conform or move on. Thats life. > >I've never conformed - always been the outsider. I don't see that changing >anytime soon. I'm just too much of a strange geek freak idiot to fit in >with normal society. In the drug culture, there s phrase called "maintaining," meaning to be able to hold the demeanor of a straight, upright citizen while tripping. ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 17 Aug 2000 20:45:09 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >>>Ok, this is just ridiculous. Where is this incredibly obnoxious stuff >>>coming from? Did I insult you here somehow? >> >> Do you have Alzheimers, or are you desperately trying to >>forget your initial entrance into the group and how many people you >>pissed off in the process? > >No, but this seems to be a delayed response or something. If he was >going to get rude and obnoxious, I would've thought he'd have done it >earlier, not just suddenly start now. Funny, I was under the impression that his responses to you have been pretty consistent all along. If you were paying attention, you would've known this. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8no4pe$noe$1@news8.svr.pol.co.uk... > > You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. > > Yet I'm supposed to change in order for him not to insult me? That's double > standards. > > Anyway, I didn't ask him to change. I merely suggesting that when he wants > to vent his spleen he should choose a more appropriate target, like a troll > (not accepetable trollers like 5er and you). Unless of course you are the > opinion that I'm as bad as Dexter whatshisname and John Ro and thus deserve > anything I get? Oh Silverhawk, they have no idea how insidious it will get. Because in a few days I will knock off almost all my personal flames and concentrate almost solely on Voy ep mini reviews. And let me tell you, not only will it tick off the regs that I am even doing those reviews, as you have seen I can use the eps to poke fun at our problems here. And, as long as I avoid cussing, or breaking any laws, there's no way my ISP will terminate me. > <shakes head, realising what I've just said> Stupid question, of course I > deserve it. Carry on then. > > > Adjust, Conform or move on. Thats life. > > I've never conformed - always been the outsider. I don't see that changing > anytime soon. I'm just too much of a strange geek freak idiot to fit in > with normal society. John Ro

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - ("Field Marshal D.J." <gr.jones@home.com>)


John Ro wrote: > Oh Silverhawk, they have no idea how insidious it will get. Because in a > few days I will knock off almost all my personal flames No ! Why would you do that ? You love doing those so much ! > and concentrate > almost solely on Voy ep mini reviews. And let me tell you, not only will it > tick off the regs that I am even doing those reviews, as you have seen I can > use the eps to poke fun at our problems here. And, as long as I avoid > cussing, or breaking any laws, there's no way my ISP will terminate me. We wait with baited breath. Gute Nacht, --The Field Marshal D.J. (Lesser 1/2 of Jup & D.J.)

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Arlie <arlie88@aol.comNoSpam> wrote in message news:20000818164530.09393.00000043@ng-fi1.aol.com... > >>> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. > > Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > > I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer > Merrick. << > > I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so seriously. It's not > personal or anything. It's just the way he is. And the regs can turn him loose on a poster, or he can turn himself loose on a poster and humiliate him or her. So that's why I keep my reading of his replies to me at a minimum. Haaa haaaa all you regs. I survived Merrick, you dimwitted little twerps. John Ro

2000-08-20 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. Yet I'm supposed to change in order for him not to insult me? That's double standards. Anyway, I didn't ask him to change. I merely suggesting that when he wants to vent his spleen he should choose a more appropriate target, like a troll (not accepetable trollers like 5er and you). Unless of course you are the opinion that I'm as bad as Dexter whatshisname and John Ro and thus deserve anything I get? <shakes head, realising what I've just said> Stupid question, of course I deserve it. Carry on then. > Adjust, Conform or move on. Thats life. I've never conformed - always been the outsider. I don't see that changing anytime soon. I'm just too much of a strange geek freak idiot to fit in with normal society. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-21 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (King of Cyberia <captain@ftheindependence.mil>)


On Aug 20 Silverhawk the Strange walked on stage, wiggled said hiney and spoke to the members of alt.tv.star-trek.voyager: \John Ro has been pretty unfriendly lately too. What do you think of him? I treat him like a Tribble like any human would, everyone else is grossing out Klingon-style and trying to shoo John away. -- "A friend in need is a friend indeed." 33% Borg-implant, 33% Klingon-raised, 33% Vulcan-trained, and 101% Human-born! Home of Section 31 and Area 001 Command: home.coqui.net/hannbio/index1.htm

2000-08-21 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> The difference is that Merrick is entertaining and witty. And > he has interesting ideas, about Star Trek, even. You can > actually have an interchange with him; he responds > reasonably to arguments. IOW, he adds something to the > newsgroup that makes it a better place. > > There's a difference between an acerbic contributor and a > troll. Sorry. I wasn't meaning to compare the two. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-21 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On 20 Aug 2000 21:17:51 GMT, arlie88@aol.comNoSpam (Arlie) wrote: >>>> Yep - and he's been pretty unfriendly to me recently as well >> - but I don't take it personally. > >John Ro has been pretty unfriendly lately too. What do you think of him? << > >The difference is that Merrick is entertaining and witty. And he has >interesting ideas, about Star Trek, even. You can actually have an interchange >with him; he responds reasonably to arguments. IOW, he adds something to the >newsgroup that makes it a better place. > >There's a difference between an acerbic contributor and a troll. > Merrick is basically okay, no matter what he says about any single one of us... Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-21 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 20:19:36 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Ah hell, I don't care any more. Vent at me all you like >>> Merrick. It's not like I don't deserve it. Losers come last >>> as always. >> >> Who's the loser you're talking about? > ><puzzled expression> Me. > <puzzled expression> Elaborate. I don't see why you would call yourself a loser! Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-21 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueenNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 20:22:21 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> Yep - and he's been pretty unfriendly to me recently as well >> - but I don't take it personally. > >John Ro has been pretty unfriendly lately too. What do you think of him? > Honestly I have no idea. I suspect that something really traumatic has happened and that he needs a place to vent his frustration and where he can leash out and hurt people as much as he has been hurt by whatever happened. Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!

2000-08-21 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - ("Louis M. Brown" <phyphor@rocketmail.com>)


On 20 Aug 2000 15:46:59 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>> You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. >> >>Yet I'm supposed to change in order for him not to insult me? That's double >>standards. > >No, just understand that Merrick is a very opinionated type, *and* is highly >skilled at putting his opinion across and defending it. If that's a problem, >you can filter his posts. I'm just not seeing a problem. > >>Unless of course you are the >>opinion that I'm as bad as Dexter whatshisname and John Ro and thus deserve >>anything I get? >> >><shakes head, realising what I've just said> Stupid question, of course I >>deserve it. Carry on then. > >This way lies madness; I've seen it capture far too many worthwhile minds. You >*can* still turn back from it. > >>> Adjust, Conform or move on. Thats life. >> >>I've never conformed - always been the outsider. I don't see that changing >>anytime soon. I'm just too much of a strange geek freak idiot to fit in >>with normal society. > >In the drug culture, there s phrase called "maintaining," meaning to be able to >hold the demeanor of a straight, upright citizen while tripping. Wow, you've been around that shit too? -LMB (Can maintain with the best of 'em.. <g> (Yea, right. ) ) > >***************************************** > >I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to >his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-21 05:23:33+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


Yeah, they were pretty consistent. He just suddenly seemed to up his rudeness in his responses to me. I remember one post where he replied only to call me an idiot and not say anything about my post. I don't remember where that was, btw. I might be able to find it, but it probably wouldn't be worth the effort. eSKay On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 12:34:33 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Thu, 17 Aug 2000 20:45:09 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >wrote: > >>>>Ok, this is just ridiculous. Where is this incredibly obnoxious stuff >>>>coming from? Did I insult you here somehow? >>> >>> Do you have Alzheimers, or are you desperately trying to >>>forget your initial entrance into the group and how many people you >>>pissed off in the process? >> >>No, but this seems to be a delayed response or something. If he was >>going to get rude and obnoxious, I would've thought he'd have done it >>earlier, not just suddenly start now. > > Funny, I was under the impression that his responses to you >have been pretty consistent all along. If you were paying attention, >you would've known this. > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 21 Aug 2000 13:51:05 -1000, King of Cyberia <captain@ftheindependence.mil> wrote: >\John Ro has been pretty unfriendly lately too. What do you think of him? > >I treat him like a Tribble like any human would, everyone else is >grossing out Klingon-style and trying to shoo John away. Not me.. I have him killfilter for reaching Netcook status... This means I ignore even references to messages responded to. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> And the only time I generally apply killfilters is when > someone's gone off the deep end to become a netcook. > You in my opinion haven't reached that point yet, and I admit, > I'm finding it quite entertaining to watch you whine away like > a brat proving the point I was making in regards to > Eskay/ShittyKitty. Can't wait to hear what insulting alternative nickname you have for me. > I think I stated it quite well here. If you want more, I'll be sure > to give a running description as I see fit. Please yourself. It's your time you're wasting. > Who said I had a problem with you? Flaming me for the last week indicates that you have *no* problem with me??? Do you really think I'm *that* stupid? You've made your feelings quite obvious with your incessant insults. > The fact of the matter is, you stepped into the middle of > something, interjecting your opinion in a manner which is > consistent with someone trying to play peacemaker. Nothing wrong with that. Mic's been doing much the same recently. > I don't like peacemakers of this particular calibre because > they tend to be snotty and arrogant, have too high a self > -opinion of themselves, and a bloated sense of ego and > self-importance. <lol> You *haven't* been reading my posts have you. Oh yeah, I think I'm so brilliant don't I. Right bighead me <sarcasm off> > Perhaps I want to watch you twist in the wind. Considering > your diatribe and your incessant whining throughout the last > couple of days on the subject, I see I've proven my point > a-plenty. At the minute you're proving you're intolerant and can't stand someone to have an opposing opinion to yourself (to me anyway. I'm not gonna speak for anyone else - weird considering I'm supposedly arrogant). Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> You're self-debasement is trolling in my book: it's trauling > for sympathy. So you can read my mind can you? If you bothered to properly read anything I've said, you'd know that sympathy has been the last thing I've been looking for. > I do indeed believe you reap what you sow. So, as I've said > before, if the shoe fits. Thank you for confirming my question. I now know exactly where I stand. > Being a non-conformist is cool. I like 'em -- they have charm > that no one else can produce. Being a whiner isn't. See the > difference? Oh yeah. You're proving that right now. Haven't you got anything better to do with your life than sit at your computer and call me a "whiner" in every god-damn message you write about me. The record's skipping, Merrick - turn it off. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Indeed, but don't in the least bit snivel or whine when > someone comes along and calls your ass out on your > opinion, or challenges your opinion. I have no objection to someone disagreeing with me. I do however object to people all-out flaming me as you have consistantly done. > When you do, it invariably sets up the opinion that the only > reason why you're talking here isn't to listen to what other > people are saying to you, but instead it's more important for > you to hear yourself. Keep dreaming Merrick. You call *me* arrogant? You know nothing about me, but yet you feel you can make all these assumptions about who I am and what I'm like? And don't start whining about me doing the same to you. Up until now I've been fully prepared to believe my current opinion of you may have been wrong. But you haven't demonstarted anything contrary. All you're doing is throwing insults at me and making fun of me. If all you can do is act the bully, then I see no reason to revise my opinion. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Sheath, you're not only so full of yourself, you think you're > strangeness has to do with the fact that you don't follow > the norm You think I do it deliberately just to piss people off? Er, no! I don't do that. I say what I think. I don't say something to troll. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 21:26:02 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> Don't take him soo seriously! He's called me names as well. >> Sometimes he just needs to vent! :-) > >I wish he'd "vent" in a place other than ATSTV, then maybe we'd get a nicer >Merrick. Moderate thyself and the posts you want to respond to. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 09:29:15 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> You cant change him, nor expect him to change for you. > >Yet I'm supposed to change in order for him not to insult me? That's double >standards. Actually, I don't want you to change, I want you to excel at what you do -- even if that excelling is to whine like a spoiled brat. >Anyway, I didn't ask him to change. I merely suggesting that when he wants >to vent his spleen he should choose a more appropriate target, like a troll >(not accepetable trollers like 5er and you). You're self-debasement is trolling in my book: it's trauling for sympathy. >Unless of course you are the opinion that I'm as bad as Dexter >whatshisname and John Ro and thus deserve anything I get? I do indeed believe you reap what you sow. So, as I've said before, if the shoe fits. >I've never conformed - always been the outsider. I don't see that changing >anytime soon. I'm just too much of a strange geek freak idiot to fit in >with normal society. Being a non-conformist is cool. I like 'em -- they have charm that no one else can produce. Being a whiner isn't. See the difference? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Mon, 21 Aug 2000 05:23:33 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >Yeah, they were pretty consistent. He just suddenly seemed to up his >rudeness in his responses to me. I remember one post where he replied >only to call me an idiot and not say anything about my post. I don't >remember where that was, btw. I might be able to find it, but it >probably wouldn't be worth the effort. I see you still suffer from a 30 second attention span. Not surprising really. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 11:05:46 -0500, "Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >LOL >Geez. > >Try *this*... If YOU cant stand Merrick so much, why dont >you killfile _him_? He's afraid of what I'll say about him when he does indeed killfilter me. I bet he's one of those kinds that hate not knowing what people say about him behind his back. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 18:52:27 -0500, "Ta'" <tateria@yahoo.com> wrote: >He'll insult you no matter what. He insults everyoine. >Even me. Thats Merr. Get bent pizza boy. >Then thats how your life is going to be. Change just doesnt >*happen*. It requires a kick start. Energy follows thought. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 18:16:33 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> LOL >> Geez. >> >> Try *this*... If YOU cant stand Merrick so much, why dont >> you killfile _him_? > >I generally avoid using killfilters if I can help it. With this in mind, and barring out that I've made my opinion eminently clear on the matter, what makes you think I would avoid doing the same? Sheath, you're not only so full of yourself, you think you're strangeness has to do with the fact that you don't follow the norm -- however, from my standpoint you're quite banal and plain. There's nothing truly strange about you. >I wouldn't mind Merrick so much if he wasn't so arrogant. Whine away I'm amused. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 22:07:25 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> I like him as he is. Like Julianna says, don't take it so >> seriously. It's not personal or anything. > >Really! He sure hides that fact well then. Oh, so you know me do you? You're able to understand the inner workings of my mind are you? >> It's just the way he is. > >I'll just have to take your word for it as you seem to have known him a lot >longer than me. Deja News is open to everyone. You should try checking it out sometime. >Ah hell, I don't care any more. Vent at me all you like Merrick. It's not >like I don't deserve it. Losers come last as always. Get off your cross, Mary. Other people need the wood. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 21:06:35 GMT, "Lisa" <lisa.dugmore@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote: >Yeah, dont sweat it, he's done it to others, me included not so long ago, >but we get on fine now. He's just an acquired taste <g> LOL!!! Vegemite is an acquired taste. I'm a pill. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 16:35:22 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Just as a matter of curiosity, Merrick, what do you think of me as a person? >To hazard a guess, I'd say you view me with about the same contempt as you >do John Ro and/or Eskay and the ilk. Normally I ignore your posts, or self-moderate myself not to respond to you due primarily to the apparent self-debasement or arrogance you tend to put into your posts. I would've probably let the "If the shoe fits" whine of yours slide on by had you not included my name in the subject, in which case, like Death looking at a man near a century old, you got my undivided attention. >May I suggest using your killfilter if you don't like reading my >messages..... unless of course the actual intention is to continually make >snide comments, hoping I'll eventually get sick of them and leave the group? May I suggest (along with a few other people here), that you heed your own advice. As I've stated for the most part, killfiltering (like the use of emoticons) are for pussies. And the only time I generally apply killfilters is when someone's gone off the deep end to become a netcook. You in my opinion haven't reached that point yet, and I admit, I'm finding it quite entertaining to watch you whine away like a brat proving the point I was making in regards to Eskay/ShittyKitty. >If that is indeed the case, then don't feel you have to hold yourself back. >If you think I'm an uneducated dumb asshole who should f*** off back under >the rock I came from, then just come out and say it! Let's hear what you >really think of me. I think I stated it quite well here. If you want more, I'll be sure to give a running description as I see fit. >Seriously though, I would like to know what exactly your problem with me is. Who said I had a problem with you? Are you attempting to mindread your way through this? If you are, you're in for a whole slew of trouble. Take my word and a few other people's word here on the subject. The fact of the matter is, you stepped into the middle of something, interjecting your opinion in a manner which is consistent with someone trying to play peacemaker. I don't like peacemakers of this particular calibre because they tend to be snotty and arrogant, have too high a self-opinion of themselves, and a bloated sense of ego and self-importance. >Okay, so I've been offering my own (admittedly) warped opinions on this, >that and the other, without maybe thinking through the response I'd get to >rocking the boat of popular reasoning. But that alone can't be the reason. >So what is it? Perhaps I want to watch you twist in the wind. Considering your diatribe and your incessant whining throughout the last couple of days on the subject, I see I've proven my point a-plenty. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-22 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 18 Aug 2000 17:04:38 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Don't be such a snob Merrick. Not paying for your >>> education doesn't mean you're spoiled. >> >> If the shoe fits. And considering the reactions you've been >> pushing out, I would have to say that that particular shoe is >> fitting quite comfortably, isn't it? > >I'm spoiled??? On �15 a week??? Er, you have a rather strange perception >on what spoiled means. There are different methods for being spoiled, money isn't the only way. Emotionally sheltered is another manner for being spoiled -- for which you are indeed showing plenty of evidence as well. Do you truly understand what the saying, "if the shoe fits" means? >Look, if you don't like my opinions why do you keep reading them? Because they're amusing in a really annoying manner. And like someone else in the newsgroup, I do amuse myself immensely by shooting at fish in a barrel. >Just killfilter me and be done with it. I wouldn't in the least give you the pleasure. >That would be the sensible course of action. It's a pussy's way out of a situation. Especially considering how when in doing so, you would more than happily add your final comments to the situation, giving you the last word in it. Sorry -- I won't give you the pleasure. >I'm not asking you to agree with anything I say you know. I know >my views are strange and differ from everyone else's - why the hell do you >think I call myself Silverhawk the *Strange* (as if I haven't made that >clear enough times already)? I think you should be called Silverhawk the Self-Effacing, or Silverhawk the Terminal Whiner, myself. >I say what's on my mind - can I help it if I >don't see some things the same as the others around here? Indeed, but don't in the least bit snivel or whine when someone comes along and calls your ass out on your opinion, or challenges your opinion. When you do, it invariably sets up the opinion that the only reason why you're talking here isn't to listen to what other people are saying to you, but instead it's more important for you to hear yourself. >I'm wondering why you feel the need to air this superiority complex, >insulting people who don't say things that you want to hear. Careful, in accusing other, it's a well known fact of the Usenet that you're generally demonstrating the accusations yourself. >I'm getting the feeling that IDIC is a foreign concept as far as >you're concerned. And I'm getting the feeling that it's more important to you that you hear yourself. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 01:06:54 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >Merrick, will you please stop calling me ShittyKitty? Sure. No problem. I'll do that the instant you can provide adequate proof as to Clinton being a Socialist. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 21:56:58 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@scat-obsession.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> You're self-debasement is trolling in my book: it's trauling >> for sympathy. > >So you can read my mind can you? You really don't deal well with tenth grade sentence structure, do you? >If you bothered to properly read anything >I've said, you'd know that sympathy has been the last thing I've been >looking for. <Katherine Hepburn-esque from "Lion in Winter"> Really, then enlighten me as to why you've been monotonous droning on about how I don't like you. Shatter me with why you've been up on this cross ever since I said, "if the shoe fits." </Katherine Hepburn-esque from "Lion in Winter"> >Oh yeah. You're proving that right now. Haven't you got anything better to >do with your life than sit at your computer and call me a "whiner" in every >god-damn message you write about me. The record's skipping, Merrick - turn >it off. It's significantly better than the one note you've been singing since Friday. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 22:12:07 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >I have no objection to someone disagreeing with me. I do however object to >people all-out flaming me as you have consistantly done. No, the flaming came yesterday after reading through I don't remember how many messages from you crying about "see, I told you all Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?" My comments on the shoe fitting was merely disagreement. >> When you do, it invariably sets up the opinion that the only >> reason why you're talking here isn't to listen to what other >> people are saying to you, but instead it's more important for >> you to hear yourself. > >Keep dreaming Merrick. You call *me* arrogant? You know nothing about me, >but yet you feel you can make all these assumptions about who I am and what >I'm like? The question isn't whether or not I know you; Hell, I don't care for you personally, professionally or even casually (other than under the caveat of watching you squirm like a lizard's tail that's snapped off by a perspective predator). The issue here is how I'm reading how you're presenting yourself to the posting public. As it has been proven by the now dead Rob Rey -- no matter how well one knows someone, one can still be surprised at what swims in the darkness of another's mind. Attempting to throw out "you know nothing about me" has the same effect as throwing out a red herring. >And don't start whining about me doing the same to you. What? About not knowing me? I wouldn't dream of it. Most people don't know me anywhere and that's never truly been an issue with me for the last 20 years. I do however, attempt to conform to a semblance of consistency when it comes to posting in a group -- for better *AND* for worse. >Up until now I've been fully prepared to believe my current opinion >of you may have been wrong. But you haven't demonstarted anything contrary. Ask me if I care. >All you're doing is >throwing insults at me and making fun of me. If all you can do is act the >bully, then I see no reason to revise my opinion. As Q once said, "If you can't stand a little bloody nose, why don't you run home and hide under your bed. It's not safe out here, with wonders to satiate appetites both subtle and gross. But it's not for the timid." -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 22:15:52 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> Sheath, you're not only so full of yourself, you think you're >> strangeness has to do with the fact that you don't follow >> the norm > >You think I do it deliberately just to piss people off? Er, no! I don't do >that. I say what I think. I don't say something to troll. <Chuckling at my own keyboard faux> Sheesh, I must've pressed the Alt+C during spell check instead of Alt+I. Should be Sheesh, not Sheath. Getting back to the snip on hand. Interesting how you snipped out the part about being common and banal and being like everyone else that thinks they're strange. Should I be expecting more creative snipping? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 21:46:32 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Can't wait to hear what insulting alternative nickname you have for me. I'm thinking Silverhawk the Pedantic, or Dullhawk the Crybaby. >> I think I stated it quite well here. If you want more, I'll be sure >> to give a running description as I see fit. > >Please yourself. It's your time you're wasting. And yours as well, considering you're responding and probably going to continue to respond. >> Who said I had a problem with you? > >Flaming me for the last week indicates that you have *no* problem with me??? That's hardly a problem, or even proof that there's a problem. Problems to me are bashers. You're amusement for an otherwise quiet and uneventful day. I like watching you twist in the wind. It's more entertaining than a wind chime in a hurricane. >Do you really think I'm *that* stupid? Yes indeed. Goes hand in hand with your self-assessment of loser in my book. >You've made your feelings quite obvious with your incessant insults. Hardly. Ask Steve Christianson or the now dead Rob Rey what it's like when I truly show off my feelings. >> The fact of the matter is, you stepped into the middle of >> something, interjecting your opinion in a manner which is >> consistent with someone trying to play peacemaker. > >Nothing wrong with that. Mic's been doing much the same recently. Approach to the individuals, and to the subject at hand is what makes for a good peacemaker, or makes them out to be self-important moderator wannabes. Your approach to the people in the debate and to the issue at hand was more the latter, and less the former. ><lol> You *haven't* been reading my posts have you. The post in question about being spoiled and whether or not the shoe fits indicates functional illiteracy on your part, and your overwhelming desire to want to make peace with two people without understanding the whole nature of the posts on-hand indicates excessive self-importance. The rest of the messages I've seen from you crying like a scolded-child is what happens when one's self-importance gets knocked up and dragged out like some two bit crack-whore that's cheated their pimp out from his percent. >Oh yeah, I think I'm so brilliant don't I. >Right bighead me <sarcasm off> You obviously did until someone disagreed with you about what you had said. Then it turned into a bawl. [rest bobbetized] -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 01:09:14 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >No. It wouldn't be worth the effort because it wouldn't do/change >anything at all. You'd be surprised what a message longer than two sentences and sounding a lot less than the waste products of a 30 second attention span MTV snippet can do to change other people's opinions of you. But then, that would require EFFORT. Something you've only shown on two separate occasions. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>>So you can read my mind can you? > > You really don't deal well with tenth grade sentence > structure, do you? Huh? That was one of the same protests you used against me. So when you use it, it's clever, but when I use it, it's childish? There's a lot of double standards being devised here. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Shatter me with why you've been up on this cross ever since > I said, "if the shoe fits." I know exactly what "if the shoe fits" means. In my experience it's a snide comment used to insinuate that a person is something without actually saying that something, so that they can play innocent afterwards when pulled up on it. I *can* read between the lines you know. I'm not retarded. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Please yourself. It's your time you're wasting. > > And yours as well, considering you're responding and > probably going to continue to respond. And you're not? Looks that way. >> Flaming me for the last week indicates that you have *no* >> problem with me??? > > That's hardly a problem, or even proof that there's a problem. So you flame people just for the hell of it? Oh that's nice that is. >> Do you really think I'm *that* stupid? > > Yes indeed. Goes hand in hand with your self-assessment > of loser in my book. Intelligence can be a factor in defining loserdom, but not a major one. When added to other factors though, it can make up a convincing case. >> You've made your feelings quite obvious with your >> incessant insults. > > Hardly. Ask Steve Christianson or the now dead Rob Rey > what it's like when I truly show off my feelings. Huh? You've admitted that you don't like me, so where's the confusion? > Approach to the individuals, and to the subject at hand is > what makes for a good peacemaker, or makes them out to > be self-important moderator wannabes. Your approach to > the people in the debate and to the issue at hand was more > the latter, and less the former. Well maybe I don't express myself in e-mails and NG posts as well as I should, but you were taking an inflammatory stance. > The post in question about being spoiled and whether or not > the shoe fits indicates functional illiteracy on your part, I've already told you I know what that phrase means. See my previous post. > and your overwhelming desire to want to make peace with > two people without understanding the whole nature of the > posts on-hand indicates excessive self-importance. I don't like seeing fighting on the NG. Simple as that. Next time though I'll know just to stay out of it and let you and Eskay nuke each other. >> Oh yeah, I think I'm so brilliant don't I. Right bighead me >> <sarcasm off> > > You obviously did until someone disagreed with you about > what you had said. Then it turned into a bawl. Where are you getting this from? Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> No, the flaming came yesterday after reading through I don't > remember how many messages from you crying about "see, > I told you all Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe > me?" Was I wrong? Doesn't look like it does it! > My comments on the shoe fitting was merely disagreement. Hmmm..... Then it appears we hold different definitions as to what that phrase actually means. When I've seen it being used before on Usenet, it's been quite clear that it's meant as a dig. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8ns99p$cj9$1@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk... > > The difference is that Merrick is entertaining and witty. And > > he has interesting ideas, about Star Trek, even. You can > > actually have an interchange with him; he responds > > reasonably to arguments. IOW, he adds something to the > > newsgroup that makes it a better place. > > > > There's a difference between an acerbic contributor and a > > troll. Well, I can't help it if VOYAGER eps have plots and scenes that are plausible to use to poke fun at (troll) you guys. > Sorry. I wasn't meaning to compare the two. John Ro

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Long posts vs short posts (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> You'd be surprised what a message longer than two > sentences and sounding a lot less than the waste products > of a 30 second attention span MTV snippet can do to > change other people's opinions of you. > > But then, that would require EFFORT. Something you've > only shown on two separate occasions. How long does a message to a newsgroup have to be before you're not considered a moron? (and before you say, yes I realise I'm leaving myself open to the same accusation by only posting one sentence here. Well... three if you count this stuff in brackets). Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-23 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Merrick, will you please stop calling me ShittyKitty? I doubt that'll happen in the foreseeable future. I'm just waiting to see what 'hilarious' nickname he's devised for me. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-23 01:06:54+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


Merrick, will you please stop calling me ShittyKitty? eSKay On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 14:30:33 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >>snip<< >Eskay/ShittyKitty. > --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-23 01:09:14+00:00 - Re: Boxers, briefs or buff..... (was Re: The Second Annual Kes Awards! - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


No. It wouldn't be worth the effort because it wouldn't do/change anything at all. eSKay On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 14:30:32 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Mon, 21 Aug 2000 05:23:33 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >wrote: > >>Yeah, they were pretty consistent. He just suddenly seemed to up his >>rudeness in his responses to me. I remember one post where he replied >>only to call me an idiot and not say anything about my post. I don't >>remember where that was, btw. I might be able to find it, but it >>probably wouldn't be worth the effort. > > I see you still suffer from a 30 second attention span. Not >surprising really. > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 19:54:33 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Please yourself. It's your time you're wasting. >> >> And yours as well, considering you're responding and >> probably going to continue to respond. > >And you're not? Looks that way. LOL. Your attempts at countering me are quite comical, you know that? You accused me of wasting my time. You assumed that I'm wasting time. Considering your desire to respond as well, I would say that it's your time being wasted along with mine. Of course, you're assuming that this is wasting time. Technically it isn't. Wasting time implies that it's doing something unconstructive. I don't waste time, so therefore, there is something I'm doing here that I find quite constructive. >>> Flaming me for the last week indicates that you have *no* >>> problem with me??? >> >> That's hardly a problem, or even proof that there's a problem. > >So you flame people just for the hell of it? Oh that's nice that is. Run along and check out Deja News. Do a power search on my current address (I've been using it now for almost 4 years now, even if it's no longer valid for the last year or so). Perhaps you may learn something. >>> Do you really think I'm *that* stupid? >> >> Yes indeed. Goes hand in hand with your self-assessment >> of loser in my book. > >Intelligence can be a factor in defining loserdom, but not a major one. From your perspective. This isn't the first time I haven't caught you demonstrating a capacity of not being able to see anything beyond your own nose. See that part about IN MY BOOK? This is typically a descriptor that the perspective is someone else's. Namely mine. >>> You've made your feelings quite obvious with your >>> incessant insults. >> >> Hardly. Ask Steve Christianson or the now dead Rob Rey >> what it's like when I truly show off my feelings. > >Huh? You've admitted that you don't like me, so where's the confusion? Have I? It's not an issue of liking or not liking. I simply stated that I typically don't think twice about what you have to say and generally ignore it. I don't normally find it noteworthy or of any particular quality. That's not a like nor dislike. In fact, if I haven't made it painfully obvious, I'll try it again in a Dick & Jane fashion -- that means I feel NOTHING when it comes to things you generally say. You only attracted my undivided attention when you decided on sticking my name into a subject, and whining to the general audience here of how much I don't like you. >> Approach to the individuals, and to the subject at hand is >> what makes for a good peacemaker, or makes them out to >> be self-important moderator wannabes. Your approach to >> the people in the debate and to the issue at hand was more >> the latter, and less the former. > >Well maybe I don't express myself in e-mails and NG posts as well as I >should, but you were taking an inflammatory stance. Was I? I stated quite clearly that StarKitty was contributing to the general consensus of her being a spoiled brat because there were some people here that paid for both the schooling *AND* the housing. You want to see inflammatory, I can more than readily provide such proof. From Deja News look for the subject, "Who the Fuck Died and left Steve Christianson and Rob Rey Moderators of the newsgroup"... >> The post in question about being spoiled and whether or not >> the shoe fits indicates functional illiteracy on your part, > >I've already told you I know what that phrase means. See my previous post. I'll get to that in a moment, seeing this message came before that one. >I don't like seeing fighting on the NG. Simple as that. Funny, I didn't ask for arbitration. Neither did StarKitty. If I wanted arbitration, I would clearly ask for it. You stated to Mic that you're aware that oftentimes the peacemaker is going to get shot. You got shot. And unlike Mic who goes to bed with a clear conscience because she made the effort, you came here and CRIED about getting shot at. Oh boo-hoo-hoo. >Next time though I'll know just to stay out of it and let you and >Eskay nuke each other. Lovely cross you have there. Is it teak or pine? > >>> Oh yeah, I think I'm so brilliant don't I. Right bighead me >>> <sarcasm off> >> >> You obviously did until someone disagreed with you about >> what you had said. Then it turned into a bawl. > >Where are you getting this from? "I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?" That's bawling in my book. ^^^^^^^^^^ Pay attention, this means it's my perspective. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 19:35:36 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>>So you can read my mind can you? >> >> You really don't deal well with tenth grade sentence >> structure, do you? > >Huh? That was one of the same protests you used against me. So when you >use it, it's clever, but when I use it, it's childish? There's a lot of >double standards being devised here. Can you tell the difference between telling the world what it is I must obviously feel about you (which is what you did), and conveying the actions of a cry-baby and supporting it with previous experience? The former is a reaction taken to a personal extreme. The latter is impersonal. Of course, you can't see that considering how personal you think this is. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 00:43:40 GMT, "StarKitty" <starkitty__@hotmail.com> wrote: >Yeah, I'll bet you're just sitting on the edge of your seat in anticipation! >:( Did you notice his reason for calling me that? I hold an opinion about >Clinton that he doesn't agree with. Rather petty, if you ask me. Yes indeed ShittyKitty, and you are aware that your opinion of yours about Clinton being a Sociality is unfounded and is positively indicative of an apparent lack of education you have on what Socialism is. And I wasn't the only one that disagreed with that. As I recall Steve Christianson also called your uneducated ass out on the rug for it. Tell me, do you know what Socialism means? Or is it one of those lovely words you came across in your schooling and thought that it sounded like a dirty word, so you applied it to a man and his policies that is in fact so capitalist, it would make Steve Forbes proud? Try revising the history all you want -- the proof is indeed out there, and I can get to it if you continue. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 19:58:32 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> No, the flaming came yesterday after reading through I don't >> remember how many messages from you crying about "see, >> I told you all Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe >> me?" > >Was I wrong? Doesn't look like it does it! You are indeed wrong. Because you fail to comprehend that I'm finding nothing personal in it. And as I've stated before, eventually I'll grow tired of your one note song, and eventually wander off to other subjects. Like and Dislike are personal perspectives. >> My comments on the shoe fitting was merely disagreement. > >Hmmm..... Then it appears we hold different definitions as to what that >phrase actually means. Last time I checked, "If the shoe fits..." originally means that if something is applicable to the situation at hand and to you personally, then it's like putting a shoe with your shoe size and buying it. If it doesn't fit, then it's a shoe you leave where it is. >When I've seen it being used before on Usenet, it's been quite clear that >it's meant as a dig. Giving a scalpel to a schmoe off the street isn't going to make him a surgeon. It just means that you've given that schmoe something really sharp, pointy and dangerous. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Long posts vs short posts (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 20:10:31 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >> You'd be surprised what a message longer than two >> sentences and sounding a lot less than the waste products >> of a 30 second attention span MTV snippet can do to >> change other people's opinions of you. >> >> But then, that would require EFFORT. Something you've >> only shown on two separate occasions. > >How long does a message to a newsgroup have to be before you're not >considered a moron? How long does it take to provide a reasonable burden of proof that one's opinion appears educated, thought out and insightful? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> From your perspective. Yes. > This isn't the first time I haven't caught you demonstrating a > capacity of not being able to see anything beyond your own > nose. > > See that part about IN MY BOOK? This is typically a > descriptor that the perspective is someone else's. Namely > mine. <nods> I was doing the same thing. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Huh? You've admitted that you don't like me, so where's >> the confusion? > > Have I? It's not an issue of liking or not liking. I simply > stated that I typically don't think twice about what you have to > say and generally ignore it. I don't normally find it noteworthy > or of any particular quality That is your right and I don't have any problem with that. I'm not saying you don't like me based on this. I'm saying you don't like me based on you throwing insults at me and belittling me, which I think is a fair conclusion to draw. > Was I? I stated quite clearly that StarKitty was contributing > to the general consensus of her being a spoiled brat > because there were some people here that paid for both the > schooling *AND* the housing. I'm sorry, there must be something here I'm not getting here. This says to me that you think that people who haven't paid for their education and living conditions etc, are spoiled. That's how I'm understanding it. If you meant something else, then I apologise for getting the wrong end of the stick. But at the moment, I'm trying but I can't see anything else in it. I'd appreciate it if you'd explain what the intent behind the post was. It seems I've failed to understand your definitions before (the colloquialism in the "I have returneth" thread being an example). Maybe this is another instance? > You stated to Mic that you're aware that oftentimes the > peacemaker is going to get shot. You got shot. And unlike > Mic who goes to bed with a clear conscience because she > made the effort, you came here and CRIED about getting > shot at. Oh boo-hoo-hoo. Getting told to mind my own business would be one thing - fair enough, I would've left it alone. Flaming is another. You did the latter. >>Where are you getting this from? > > "I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe > me?" That's bawling in my book. Well, see that how you want to see it. All I can say is I was merely stating the facts as I saw them at that time. I was trying to be ironic if you can believe that (yeah, I know, my sense of irony sucks <shrug>). Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Hmmm..... Then it appears we hold different definitions as >> to what that phrase actually means. > > Last time I checked, "If the shoe fits..." originally means > that if something is applicable to the situation at hand and to > you personally, then it's like putting a shoe with your shoe > size and buying it. If it doesn't fit, then it's a shoe you leave > where it is. Hmmm.... well you learn something new every day. Looks like I was going from an incomplete definition. Okay, you have an apology from me. Looks like this is turning into one huge misunderstanding <sheepish grin>. Sorry Merrick. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-24 00:00:00 - Re: Long posts vs short posts (was "Re: Boxers, briefs or buff.....") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> How long does a message to a newsgroup have to be > before you're not considered a moron? (and before you say, > yes I realise I'm leaving myself open to the same accusation > by only posting one sentence here. Well... three if you count > this stuff in brackets). Ignore this post. It's just a spur of the moment bit of petty nit-picking really. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-24 00:43:40+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (StarKitty <starkitty__@hotmail.com>)


Yeah, I'll bet you're just sitting on the edge of your seat in anticipation! :( Did you notice his reason for calling me that? I hold an opinion about Clinton that he doesn't agree with. Rather petty, if you ask me. eSKay "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message news:8o0dpu$bm4$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk... > > Merrick, will you please stop calling me ShittyKitty? > > I doubt that'll happen in the foreseeable future. I'm just waiting to see > what 'hilarious' nickname he's devised for me. > > > Silverhawk the Strange > -- > "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. > I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears." > > > >

2000-08-24 03:33:37+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


eSKay doth write thus: >Yeah, I'll bet you're just sitting on the edge of your seat in anticipation! >:( Did you notice his reason for calling me that? I hold an opinion about >Clinton that he doesn't agree with. IIRC, it was for an opinion you would not explain, despite repeated requests. >Rather petty, if you ask me. Rather Stipe would seem to be a better combo, on historical grounds. <G> He-Who-Knows-What-The-Frequency-Is ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


In your opinion. I am not the only one who believes this. eSKay On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 16:13:04 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 00:43:40 GMT, "StarKitty" ><starkitty__@hotmail.com> wrote: > >>Yeah, I'll bet you're just sitting on the edge of your seat in anticipation! >>:( Did you notice his reason for calling me that? I hold an opinion about >>Clinton that he doesn't agree with. Rather petty, if you ask me. > > Yes indeed ---------, and you are aware that your opinion of >yours about Clinton being a Sociality is unfounded and is positively >indicative of an apparent lack of education you have on what Socialism >is. > > And I wasn't the only one that disagreed with that. As I >recall Steve Christianson also called your uneducated ass out on the >rug for it. > > Tell me, do you know what Socialism means? Or is it one of >those lovely words you came across in your schooling and thought that >it sounded like a dirty word, so you applied it to a man and his >policies that is in fact so capitalist, it would make Steve Forbes >proud? > > Try revising the history all you want -- the proof is indeed >out there, and I can get to it if you continue. > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


You're calling me 'shittykitty' because of my opinion of a politician? That, imho, is incredibly petty. All right, I'll give you evidence. Here are some url's for articles that state my point better than I can. WorldNetDaily: Clinton's Socialist Manifesto: http://www.worldnetdaily.com/bluesky_doggett/19990122_xcjdo_the_senate.shtml SOCIALISM?: http://laissez-fairerepublic.com/naziprog.htm Bill Clinton's Foundational Philosophy for the Socialist State: http://www.jeremiahproject.com/trashingamerica/clintsocialism.html The Cracks in Clinton's Economy: http://www.aci.net/kalliste/economy.htm Peddling Dependence (an article on the Democratic Party in general): http://usconservatives.about.com/newsissues/usconservatives/blc0710dependenc e.htm?iam=mt&terms=%2Bbill+%2Bclinton+%2Bis+%2Ba+%2Bsocialist Keep in mind, this was what I turned up in a single simple and short search. How much more do you think I could turn up if I really threw myself into it? Of course, you won't look on this as proof or legitimate evidence of any kind. You're convinced that you're right and I'm wrong and you won't even consider the idea that I might be right sometimes. eSKay ----- Original Message ----- From: "Merrick Baldelli" <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> Newsgroups: alt.tv.star-trek.voyager Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 11:00 AM Subject: Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) > On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 01:06:54 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) > wrote: > > >Merrick, will you please stop calling me ShittyKitty? > > Sure. No problem. I'll do that the instant you can provide > adequate proof as to Clinton being a Socialist. > > > -- > -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / > -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 14:00:41 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 01:06:54 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >wrote: > >>Merrick, will you please stop calling me ShittyKitty? > > Sure. No problem. I'll do that the instant you can provide >adequate proof as to Clinton being a Socialist. > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 16:02:16 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 07:54:49 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) >wrote: > >>You see? I give you some of the stuff I base my belief on and you >>don't take it as valid. >> >>I take my def of socialism from the dictionary (nice reference book, >>that): >> >>Main Entry: so���cial���ism >>Pronunciation: 'sO-sh&-"li-z&m >>Function: noun >>Date: 1837 >>1 : any of various economic and political theories advocating >>collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means >>of production and distribution of goods >>2 a : a system of society or group living in which there is no private >>property b : a system or condition of society in which the means of >>production are owned and controlled by the state >>3 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between >>capitalism and communism and distinguished by unequal distribution of >>goods and pay according to work done >> >>I don't know about you, but this does seem to define the direction >>Clinton has been trying to push us in. > > Now, prove it. Site examples where he has demonstrated this. >Dates, Laws, etc. Why in blazes should I? This is what I believe and I'm not trying to make other people believe what I do. It wouldn't do any good if I did! eSKay --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 07:54:49 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >You see? I give you some of the stuff I base my belief on and you >don't take it as valid. > >I take my def of socialism from the dictionary (nice reference book, >that): > >Main Entry: so�cial�ism >Pronunciation: 'sO-sh&-"li-z&m >Function: noun >Date: 1837 >1 : any of various economic and political theories advocating >collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means >of production and distribution of goods >2 a : a system of society or group living in which there is no private >property b : a system or condition of society in which the means of >production are owned and controlled by the state >3 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between >capitalism and communism and distinguished by unequal distribution of >goods and pay according to work done > >I don't know about you, but this does seem to define the direction >Clinton has been trying to push us in. Now, prove it. Site examples where he has demonstrated this. Dates, Laws, etc. Citing a definition isn't in the least proving that Clinton is a socialist. It merely demonstrated your ability to use http://www.dictionary.com -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 23:08:03 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >I'm not saying you don't like me based on this. I'm saying you don't like >me based on you throwing insults at me and belittling me, which I think is a >fair conclusion to draw. Indeed. And if you didn't stick your nose into a place where it's obvious it didn't belong because self-importance outweighed understanding the dynamics of the argument -- and then later whining incessantly about someone not liking you, you wouldn't have attracted my undivided attention. You got, in my opinion, what you deserved for it. And the fact that you continued to want to whine about it, and then later pontificate the use of facets of the usenet but not use yourself, just compounded the issue. >I'm sorry, there must be something here I'm not getting here. Yes, when you're through going through DejaNews and the postings in question -- let me know. >This says to me that you think that people who haven't paid for >their education and living conditions etc, are spoiled. No, this means that ShittyKitty's contributing to the general consensus of her being spoiled, especially if you were to read the original comments about what she had to pay for, and the general tone of her messages since her introduction for about a month to a month and a half prior. >That's how I'm understanding it. If you meant something else, then >I apologise for getting the wrong end of the stick. But at the moment, >I'm trying but I can't see anything else in it. But of course you can't, because you don't know to think beyond the here and now, and out of sheer laziness not being able to back reference to events that you haven't been privy to. I mentioned I am long in the tooth about certain things, and this is one of them. >I'd appreciate it if you'd explain what the intent behind the post was. I'd APPRECIATE you would look on DejaNews first. >> You stated to Mic that you're aware that oftentimes the >> peacemaker is going to get shot. You got shot. And unlike >> Mic who goes to bed with a clear conscience because she >> made the effort, you came here and CRIED about getting >> shot at. Oh boo-hoo-hoo. > >Getting told to mind my own business would be one thing - fair enough, I >would've left it alone. Flaming is another. You did the latter. You stuck your nose into something without full knowledge, I knew you stuck your nose into something without full knowledge, you apparent self-importance has been obvious since I've been watching your postings here, your whining about it wrapped it all up into the simple package of, "you got what I thought you deserved." Or as Londo Mollari said, "what I'm doing to you is what I should have done a long time ago, putting you out of MY misery." >>>Where are you getting this from? >> >> "I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe >> me?" That's bawling in my book. > >Well, see that how you want to see it. All I can say is I was merely >stating the facts as I saw them at that time. I was trying to be ironic if >you can believe that (yeah, I know, my sense of irony sucks <shrug>). And how long have you been on the Usenet again? Being out here for the last 6 or so years, it's the general consensus that if you put someone's name into a subject line, in a subject less than positively cheery, happy, or fun-loving -- you're attempting to troll, brow-beat or be condescending to or at the individual either directly or indirectly. The less positive the Subject line, the more likely war is going to break out with that individual in question. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 00:39:23 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >>So you flame people just for the hell of it? Oh that's nice that is. > >I've been regarding him as something similar to the school bully. He >just uses words instead of physical force. You're just pissed because I won't forget the apparent lack of education you've demonstrated within the first three weeks you were here. My favorite was the one on African Americans. >>I've already told you I know what that phrase means. See my previous post. > >He's just trying to make you mad. Nope. Guess again. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 23:14:34 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Hmmm.... well you learn something new every day. Looks like I was going >from an incomplete definition. You know -- there are a couple of really good books and resources on the net that talk about the origins of some of our sayings, and colloquialisms. You'd be amazed at what they mean, and how much we bastardize them. >Okay, you have an apology from me. Looks like this is turning into one huge >misunderstanding <sheepish grin>. Sorry Merrick. Accepted. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Apology to Merrick (was "Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


> Getting told to mind my own business would be one thing - > fair enough, I would've left it alone. Flaming is another. You > did the latter. Actually, now that I come to think about it, your reply was the "if the shoe fits" thing wasn't it!? I thought that was a flame at the time, but as you've since explained that was not the case, ignore the quoted stuff above. I apologise for the misunderstanding and any such disharmony that happened as a result of that. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


eSKay doth write thus: >I take my def of socialism from the dictionary (nice reference book, >that): > >Main Entry: so�cial�ism >Pronunciation: 'sO-sh&-"li-z&m >Function: noun >Date: 1837 >1 : any of various economic and political theories advocating >collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means >of production and distribution of goods >2 a : a system of society or group living in which there is no private >property b : a system or condition of society in which the means of >production are owned and controlled by the state >3 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between >capitalism and communism and distinguished by unequal distribution of >goods and pay according to work done > >I don't know about you, but this does seem to define the direction >Clinton has been trying to push us in. How many companies/factories have been nationalized under the Clinton administration, as compared to his predecessors? ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-25 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


You see? I give you some of the stuff I base my belief on and you don't take it as valid. I take my def of socialism from the dictionary (nice reference book, that): Main Entry: so���cial���ism Pronunciation: 'sO-sh&-"li-z&m Function: noun Date: 1837 1 : any of various economic and political theories advocating collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods 2 a : a system of society or group living in which there is no private property b : a system or condition of society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state 3 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between capitalism and communism and distinguished by unequal distribution of goods and pay according to work done I don't know about you, but this does seem to define the direction Clinton has been trying to push us in. eSKay On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 16:13:04 -0400, Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote: >On Thu, 24 Aug 2000 00:43:40 GMT, "StarKitty" ><starkitty__@hotmail.com> wrote: > >>Yeah, I'll bet you're just sitting on the edge of your seat in anticipation! >>:( Did you notice his reason for calling me that? I hold an opinion about >>Clinton that he doesn't agree with. Rather petty, if you ask me. > > Yes indeed ShittyKitty, and you are aware that your opinion of >yours about Clinton being a Sociality is unfounded and is positively >indicative of an apparent lack of education you have on what Socialism >is. > > And I wasn't the only one that disagreed with that. As I >recall Steve Christianson also called your uneducated ass out on the >rug for it. > > Tell me, do you know what Socialism means? Or is it one of >those lovely words you came across in your schooling and thought that >it sounded like a dirty word, so you applied it to a man and his >policies that is in fact so capitalist, it would make Steve Forbes >proud? > > Try revising the history all you want -- the proof is indeed >out there, and I can get to it if you continue. > > >-- >-=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli > (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 > (\\\\ \_/ / >-=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > \ _/ > / / --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-25 00:39:23+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 19:54:33 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >>> Please yourself. It's your time you're wasting. >> >> And yours as well, considering you're responding and >> probably going to continue to respond. > >And you're not? Looks that way. > >>> Flaming me for the last week indicates that you have *no* >>> problem with me??? >> >> That's hardly a problem, or even proof that there's a problem. > >So you flame people just for the hell of it? Oh that's nice that is. I've been regarding him as something similar to the school bully. He just uses words instead of physical force. > >>> Do you really think I'm *that* stupid? >> >> Yes indeed. Goes hand in hand with your self-assessment >> of loser in my book. > >Intelligence can be a factor in defining loserdom, but not a major one. >When added to other factors though, it can make up a convincing case. > >>> You've made your feelings quite obvious with your >>> incessant insults. >> >> Hardly. Ask Steve Christianson or the now dead Rob Rey >> what it's like when I truly show off my feelings. > >Huh? You've admitted that you don't like me, so where's the confusion? > >> Approach to the individuals, and to the subject at hand is >> what makes for a good peacemaker, or makes them out to >> be self-important moderator wannabes. Your approach to >> the people in the debate and to the issue at hand was more >> the latter, and less the former. > >Well maybe I don't express myself in e-mails and NG posts as well as I >should, but you were taking an inflammatory stance. > >> The post in question about being spoiled and whether or not >> the shoe fits indicates functional illiteracy on your part, > >I've already told you I know what that phrase means. See my previous post. He's just trying to make you mad. > >> and your overwhelming desire to want to make peace with >> two people without understanding the whole nature of the >> posts on-hand indicates excessive self-importance. > >I don't like seeing fighting on the NG. Simple as that. Next time though >I'll know just to stay out of it and let you and Eskay nuke each other. I, for one, appreciated the way you acted. You seemed to me to be acting in a reasonable and fair way from the start. You didn't know the situation and weren't taking sides. So, naturally, some of the people here have taken offense from that. > >>> Oh yeah, I think I'm so brilliant don't I. Right bighead me >>> <sarcasm off> >> >> You obviously did until someone disagreed with you about >> what you had said. Then it turned into a bawl. > >Where are you getting this from? > > >Silverhawk the Strange >-- >"I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. >I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears." > > > eSKay --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-26 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (StarKitty <starkitty__@hotmail.com>)


"Bozo the Evil Klown" <evilklowwn@aol.comedy> wrote in message news:20000825225720.20853.00000110@ng-cb1.aol.com... > >I am not the only one who believes this. > > Since the universe hasn't been destroyed, I'm guessing that physical reality > *hasn't* become susceptible to a majority vote. My point being, that just because you believe differently than I do, does not make my belief invalid or untrue. eSKay > > ***************************************** > > I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to > his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-26 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


eSKay doth write thus: >"Bozo the Evil Klown" <evilklowwn@aol.comedy> wrote in message >news:20000825225720.20853.00000110@ng-cb1.aol.com... >> >I am not the only one who believes this. >> >> Since the universe hasn't been destroyed, I'm guessing that physical >reality >> *hasn't* become susceptible to a majority vote. > >My point being, that just because you believe differently than I do, does >not make my belief invalid or untrue. True enough- but since I know the reasons that informed my beliefs and opinions, and I don't know the reasons behind yours, guess which ones seem more plausible to me? <G> ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-26 00:00:00 - Sorted (was "Re: What do you want me to do?") - (Silverhawk the Strange <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk>)


>> Hmmm.... well you learn something new every day. Looks >> like I was going from an incomplete definition. > > You know -- there are a couple of really good books and > resources on the net that talk about the origins of some of > our sayings, and colloquialisms. You'd be amazed at what > they mean, and how much we bastardize them. I would be interested in seeing these. Is there any URLs you could send my way? Unfortunately it seems a lot of the English language is getting mangled nowadays. >> Okay, you have an apology from me. Looks like this is >> turning into one huge misunderstanding <sheepish grin>. >> Sorry Merrick. > > Accepted. <nods> I'm glad we've sorted this out :-) By the way, I did what you suggested and ran over some of your old postings on DejaCom. I'm getting a better idea of your personality now. You don't seem as bad as I originally thought - just the archetypal "I don't suffer fools gladly" force of nature <g>. Nothing essentially wrong with that - I can see how it would result in personality clashes though. Silverhawk the Strange -- "I believe in what I see, I believe in what I hear. I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears."

2000-08-26 02:40:53+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>This is what I believe and I'm not trying to >make other people believe what I do. This *isn't* anything about "making other people believe what you do." This is about telling us what reasons, if any, led you to believe Clinton is a Socialist. Are there any reasons, any incidents or speeches or events that led to that conclusion, or did it just pop into your head at random? Could you as easily believe that Clinton was an Aries, a Mormon or a cosmic string fragment? ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-26 02:57:20+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


>I am not the only one who believes this. Since the universe hasn't been destroyed, I'm guessing that physical reality *hasn't* become susceptible to a majority vote. ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-26 03:27:27+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (evilklowwn@aol.comedy)


eSKay doth write thus: >All right, I'll give you evidence. Here are some url's for articles >that >state my point better than I can. > >WorldNetDaily: Clinton's Socialist Manifesto: >http://www.worldnetdaily.com/bluesky_doggett/19990122_xcjdo_the_senate.shtml > >SOCIALISM?: >http://laissez-fairerepublic.com/naziprog.htm In your searching, did you ever run across a whacky little item called "Godwin's Law?" The ones I looked at seem more like people with a major chip talking *about* Clinton, as opposed to anything Clinton did or said. Since in these kinds of universes, causes are contractually obligated to precede effects, I was wondering what led to your belief *originally.* ***************************************** I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work.

2000-08-26 05:35:04+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (starkitty__@hotmail.com)


On 26 Aug 2000 02:40:53 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>This is what I believe and I'm not trying to >>make other people believe what I do. > >This *isn't* anything about "making other people believe what you do." > >This is about telling us what reasons, if any, led you to believe Clinton is a >Socialist. Are there any reasons, any incidents or speeches or events that led >to that conclusion, or did it just pop into your head at random? > >Could you as easily believe that Clinton was an Aries, a Mormon or a cosmic >string fragment? I wouldn't really care if he was any of the above. Check out the sites I posted and read 'em. eSKay > >***************************************** > >I *was* waiting for a politician to make a criticism that didn't also apply to >his own party..... but, since I'm not Immortal, that won't work. --Senior Master Sergeant StarKitty (on www.stargatesg-1.com) "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." (Picard, TNG) Hey O'Connell, looks like I've got all the horses - - - Hey Beni, looks like you're on the wrong side of the river!!--The Mummy (1999) Check out my website: http://members.xoom.com/theStarKitty/

2000-08-28 00:00:00 - Re: Sorted (was "Re: What do you want me to do?") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Sat, 26 Aug 2000 14:40:42 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >I would be interested in seeing these. Is there any URLs you could send my >way? Unfortunately it seems a lot of the English language is getting >mangled nowadays. http://www.bibliofind.com/cgi-bin/texis.exe/s/search/dealer.html?id=388e24984d&dealerid=&custid=39aae8d6b http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0883658453/qid=967502097/sr=1-1/102-4290338-1260920 >By the way, I did what you suggested and ran over some of your old postings >on DejaCom. I'm getting a better idea of your personality now. You don't >seem as bad as I originally thought - just the archetypal "I don't suffer >fools gladly" force of nature <g>. Nothing essentially wrong with that - I >can see how it would result in personality clashes though. Yep yep... And you'll notice also how rarely I whine about it. I just hagslap and move on eventually.. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-28 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 23:30:07 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >Why in blazes should I? If you want people to believe you of possessing and informed opinion, with an active intellect coupled with intelligence and wisdom, it is a prerequisite for you to provide burden of proof to any conclusion you draw. Tell me, does one believe someone screaming at the top of their lungs from a soapbox in the middle of a park to be of an informed opinion? No? Then what makes you think your opinion is any better than that raving nuttier in the park? >This is what I believe and I'm not trying to make other people believe >what I do. It wouldn't do any good if I did! Indeed, and if you're the only one that is of this belief, perhaps you should 've kept it to yourself, instead of spouting it off here. Either that, or some of us will gladly contribute a few pennies here and there so that you can have your own soapbox in the park of your choice. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-28 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 23:45:11 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >In your opinion. I am not the only one who believes this. This does indeed speak volumes about you doesn't it? If you're the only one of this opinion that he's a Socialist, what does that make of your opinion? -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-28 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 23:45:51 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) wrote: >You're calling me 'shittykitty' because of my opinion of a politician? >That, imho, is incredibly petty. No, I'm calling you shittykitty based on your opinions on: 1. gays and lesbians 2. minorities 3. politics >All right, I'll give you evidence. Here are some url's for articles >that state my point better than I can. > >WorldNetDaily: Clinton's Socialist Manifesto: >http://www.worldnetdaily.com/bluesky_doggett/19990122_xcjdo_the_senate.shtml This seems to be an editorial from a man with a chip on his shoulder. According to http://home1.gte.net/alparis/bioofj~1.htm, John N. Doggett is an Austin entrepreneur. Oh hey, what's this (from same page): Mr. Doggett has been very active in conservative and Republican politics and testified for Mr. Justice Clarence Thomas during his Senate Confirmation hearings. He is a frequent speaker on conservative issues to university, business and other groups across the United States. Mr. Doggett is currently working on a book on politics entitled Witness for Justice. Sounds to me like a man with an agenda against the Democratic Party. >SOCIALISM?: >http://laissez-fairerepublic.com/naziprog.htm LMAO... Here's a quote on Godwin's Law from http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/jargon/html/entry/Godwin's-Law.html : Godwin's Law prov. [Usenet] "As a Usenet discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one." There is a tradition in many groups that, once this occurs, that thread is over, and whoever mentioned the Nazis has automatically lost whatever argument was in progress. Godwin's Law thus practically guarantees the existence of an upper bound on thread length in those groups. However there is also a widely- recognized codicil that any intentional triggering of Godwin's Law in order to invoke its thread-ending effects will be unsuccessful. >Bill Clinton's Foundational Philosophy for the Socialist State: >http://www.jeremiahproject.com/trashingamerica/clintsocialism.html Oh this one's pretty.... The first Vic Bilson I found on the net also quoted Hitler all over his page. I'll leave this alone for the time being and check out Jeremiah Project. OMG, the Jeremiah Project, from URL: http://www.jeremiahproject.com/index.html The situation in America today is similar and deteriorating rapidly. Your churches are weak and vacillating - few take seriously the Word of God. You take from Scripture what you feel comfortable with - that which fits your preconceived ideas, and ignore the rest. But, be warned, wherever the Word of God is hidden or ignored, there will be certain destruction. Partly because the priests in Israel had failed to teach God's Word to the people, Israel suffered. There was no faithfulness, no love, and no acknowledgment of God in the land. Rather there was only cursing, lying, murder, stealing and adultery. LMAO... Religious Right. Now there's a group of decent, honest family values. >The Cracks in Clinton's Economy: >http://www.aci.net/kalliste/economy.htm This page also shows a person that borders on netkook when it starts with: The Director of the CIA didn't like my post "The Phosphorous- Headed Missile and TWA Flight 800." He called up a person he assumed was my source and accused him of two things: 1) Educating the general public; and 2) Threatening to bring down the value of airline stocks. Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't it proven within a normal shadow of doubt that the explosion was caused by an electrical failure and not a Phosphorous-Headed Missile? And then on his Bob the Sex Candidate he starts off with: Bob Says: I went on a listening tour. Everywhere I went, all across America, men and women of every race, color, creed, and sexual orientation came up to me and said: "Gee, Bob. Sure, I'm worried about whether that Osama Bin Laden is going to blow my house apart. I'm worried about those well-made foreign products coming into this country and competing with the shoddy American-produced ones that were good enough for our forefathers. And I confess sometimes I can't get to sleep at night, thinking about those educational test scores in Texas. But if the truth be told, Bob, what really worries me is sex. I haven't been laid in ages. If only the government would help me get more sex." How shades of John Ro. >Peddling Dependence (an article on the Democratic Party in general): >http://usconservatives.about.com/newsissues/usconservatives/blc0710dependenc >e.htm?iam=mt&terms=%2Bbill+%2Bclinton+%2Bis+%2Ba+%2Bsocialist Charlotte Twight. She seems to be the only one that I can't really find anything too bad to say about. Other than perhaps after reading her URL (http://ec.idbsu.edu/Faculty/twight.htm) in which it states that she's more an economics major and less a person of strong political background. Although, it's rather interesting that she says this: She claims that, "as long as Congress and the federal bureaucracy exist, there will always be new research projects to discover what they're doing and why -- and how they get away with it." Strange she would leave something like this there without explaining her like or dislike of it. Especially considering all the research projects she's launched on Medicare, H.R. 220, and the Cato Reports. >Keep in mind, this was what I turned up in a single simple and short >search. Did you even take a moment to read what it was you found?? Or did you just throw Clinton+Socialist into the web search engine of choice. >How much more do you think I could turn up if I really threw myself >into it? How much more of ruination of your already tattered reputation here are you willing to do? >Of course, you won't look on this as proof or legitimate evidence of >any kind. How can you consider what you have here as proof? You have posted one from a Staunch Republican, and we know how the Republicans feel about Clinton in general, A Conservative Religious Organization and we know how they feel about anything that doesn't look like good old-fashioned family values, a Neo-Nazi Webpage (Godwin's Law being blatantly invoked), and a Netkook who thinks Flight 800 went down by a missile. Out of them all you've quoted so far, only one seems to sound reasonable, even if her saying leaves me questioning her motives. >You're convinced that you're right and I'm wrong and you won't >even consider the idea that I might be right sometimes. LOL... I can't wait to see how you refute this one. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-28 00:00:00 - Re: Apology to Merrick (was "Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine") - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 15:34:18 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: >Actually, now that I come to think about it, your reply was the "if the shoe >fits" thing wasn't it!? I thought that was a flame at the time, but as >you've since explained that was not the case, ignore the quoted stuff above. > >I apologise for the misunderstanding and any such disharmony that happened >as a result of that. Accepted. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-28 00:00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick does - (Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com>)


On 26 Aug 2000 03:27:27 GMT, evilklowwn@aol.comedy (Bozo the Evil Klown) wrote: >>SOCIALISM?: >>http://laissez-fairerepublic.com/naziprog.htm > >In your searching, did you ever run across a whacky little item called >"Godwin's Law?" LOL!!!! I saw that the instant I saw the word "Nazi" in that URL. >The ones I looked at seem more like people with a major chip talking *about* >Clinton, as opposed to anything Clinton did or said. Since in these kinds of >universes, causes are contractually obligated to precede effects, I was >wondering what led to your belief *originally.* I think she's bends to popular opinion that has nothing to do with what's being presented. -- -=-=-/ )=*=-='=-.-'-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= _( (_ , '_ * . Merrick Baldelli (((\ \> /_1 ` UIN#: 788639 (\\\\ \_/ / -=-\ /-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- \ _/ / /

2000-08-29 02:17:24+00:00 - Re: What do you want me to do? (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?") - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:l2saqsk705aq0duu5k92i7106mv8sft6c7@4ax.com... > On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 19:58:32 +0100, "Silverhawk the Strange" > <silverhawk@temporal-refraction.fsnet.co.uk> wrote: > > >> No, the flaming came yesterday after reading through I don't > >> remember how many messages from you crying about "see, > >> I told you all Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe > >> me?" > > > >Was I wrong? Doesn't look like it does it! > > You are indeed wrong. Because you fail to comprehend that I'm > finding nothing personal in it. I find this hard to believe from anyone on usenet. Unless Silverhawk is special. I take a lot of flames personally and I mean personal emotional harm most of the time when I flame. And don't anyone give me some *emotional distress* lawyer bull against me. If the posters are actually hurt emotionally, they may just knock off their drivel. Jeesh, just wait until the last ep of Voy airs in 9 or 10 months, then I'll show you and the others just what I can do with words when I start getting more involved in threads, instead of these snipes I'm taking at posters now. I have better things to do in the meantime, Merrick, except for the occasional snipe, like a maximum of 9 posts a day about repeat and new VOYAGER eps, which I will post as I'm watching the eps air out here in CA. Cathexis is the treat today from season one, in about an hour, which is how long I wait for my Perfomall or Viagra to take effect. > And as I've stated before, eventually > I'll grow tired of your one note song, and eventually wander off to > other subjects. > > Like and Dislike are personal perspectives. > > >> My comments on the shoe fitting was merely disagreement. > > > >Hmmm..... Then it appears we hold different definitions as to what that > >phrase actually means. > > Last time I checked, "If the shoe fits..." originally means > that if something is applicable to the situation at hand and to you > personally, then it's like putting a shoe with your shoe size and > buying it. If it doesn't fit, then it's a shoe you leave where it is. > > >When I've seen it being used before on Usenet, it's been quite clear that > >it's meant as a dig. > > Giving a scalpel to a schmoe off the street isn't going to > make him a surgeon. It just means that you've given that schmoe > something really sharp, pointy and dangerous. John Ro

2000-08-29 02:42:28+00:00 - Re: Let me serve cheese with that whine (was Re: Pointless subject titles (was "Re: I told you Merrick doesn't like me, but did anyone believe me?")) - (John Ro <rousieboy_2000@yahoo.com>)


Merrick Baldelli <mbaldelli@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:sbqlqs8jif4ffs3u2s6anutqap1hm38mp6@4ax.com... > On Fri, 25 Aug 2000 23:45:51 GMT, starkitty__@hotmail.com (eSKay) > wrote: > > >You're calling me 'shittykitty' because of my opinion of a politician? > >That, imho, is incredibly petty. > > No, I'm calling you shittykitty based on your opinions on: > > 1. gays and lesbians > 2. minorities > 3. politics > > >All right, I'll give you evidence. Here are some url's for articles > >that state my point better than I can. > > > >WorldNetDaily: Clinton's Socialist Manifesto: > >http://www.worldnetdaily.com/bluesky_doggett/19990122_xcjdo_the_senate.shtm l > > This seems to be an editorial from a man with a chip on his > shoulder. > > According to http://home1.gte.net/alparis/bioofj~1.htm, > > John N. Doggett is an Austin entrepreneur. > > Oh hey, what's this (from same page): > > Mr. Doggett has been very active in conservative and > Republican politics and testified for Mr. Justice Clarence Thomas > during his Senate Confirmation hearings. He is a frequent speaker on > conservative issues to university, business and other groups across > the United States. Mr. Doggett is currently working on a book on > politics entitled Witness for Justice. > > Sounds to me like a man with an agenda against the Democratic > Party. > > >SOCIALISM?: > >http://laissez-fairerepublic.com/naziprog.htm > > LMAO... Here's a quote on Godwin's Law from > http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/jargon/html/entry/Godwin's-Law.html : > > Godwin's Law prov. > > [Usenet] "As a Usenet discussion grows longer, the probability of a > comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one." There is a > tradition in many groups that, once this occurs, that thread is over, > and whoever mentioned the Nazis has automatically lost whatever > argument was in progress. Godwin's Law thus practically guarantees the > existence of an upper bound on thread length in those groups. However > there is also a widely- recognized codicil that any intentional > triggering of Godwin's Law in order to invoke its thread-ending > effects will be unsuccessful. > > > >Bill Clinton's Foundational Philosophy for the Socialist State: > >http://www.jeremiahproject.com/trashingamerica/clintsocialism.html > > Oh this one's pretty.... The first Vic Bilson I found on the > net also quoted Hitler all over his page. I'll leave this alone for > the time being and check out Jeremiah Project. > > OMG, the Jeremiah Project, from URL: > http://www.jeremiahproject.com/index.html > > The situation in America today is similar and deteriorating > rapidly. Your churches are weak and vacillating - few take seriously > the Word of God. You take from Scripture what you feel comfortable > with - that which fits your preconceived ideas, and ignore the rest. > But, be warned, wherever the Word of God is hidden or ignored, > there will be certain destruction. Partly because the priests in > Israel had failed to teach God's Word to the people, Israel suffered. > There was no faithfulness, no love, and no acknowledgment of God in > the land. Rather there was only cursing, lying, murder, stealing and > adultery. > > LMAO... Religious Right. Now there's a group of decent, > honest family values. > > >The Cracks in Clinton's Economy: > >http://www.aci.net/kalliste/economy.htm > > This page also shows a person that borders on netkook when it > starts with: > > The Director of the CIA didn't like my post "The Phosphorous- Headed > Missile and TWA Flight 800." He called up a person he assumed was my > source and accused him of two things: 1) Educating the general public; > and 2) Threatening to bring down the value of airline stocks. > > Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't it proven within a normal > shadow of doubt that the explosion was caused by an electrical failure > and not a Phosphorous-Headed Missile? > > And then on his Bob the Sex Candidate he starts off with: > > Bob Says: I went on a listening tour. Everywhere I went, all across > America, men and women of every race, color, creed, and sexual > orientation came up to me and said: "Gee, Bob. Sure, I'm worried about > whether that Osama Bin Laden is going to blow my house apart. I'm > worried about those well-made foreign products coming into this > country and competing with the shoddy American-produced ones that were > good enough for our forefathers. And I confess sometimes I can't get > to sleep at night, thinking about those educational test scores in > Texas. But if the truth be told, Bob, what really worries me is sex. I > haven't been laid in ages. If only the government would help me get > more sex." > > How shades of John Ro. Well if you mean the part about sex, yeah, except for the Tijuana hookers. John Ro