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  1. #11
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    no reply is the best solution, especially when some people just post annoying things because they know it will set off a 3 page thread of flaming. and they probably don't even come back to read any of it.
    \"The problems we face cannot be solved by the minds that created them\" -Albert Einstein
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    You'd think the ignore feature of this site would not be too hard for you elite hackers to use
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    You'd think the ignore feature of this site would not be too hard for you elite hackers to use
    dude, are you just trying to start a flame war or something? it's a waste of time, cause none of us are going to flame you
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    You'd think the ignore feature of this site would not be too hard for you elite hackers to use
    Where did that come from? I must have missed seeing where it was quoted from when I read the thread here.
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    I agree with this practice, if you don't like what was said in a post the best thing to do is not reply and move on. AO is busy enough that the post in question will quickly fade from view and the message will be clear to the poster.

    Anyway -- Merry Christmsas.
    Know this..., you may not by thyself in pride claim the Mantle of Wizardry; that way lies only Bogosity without End.

    Rather must you Become, and Become, and Become, until Hackers respect thy Power, and other Wizards hail thee as a Brother or Sister in Wisdom, and you wake up and realize that the Mantle hath lain unknown upon thy Shoulders since you knew not when.

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    moving this back to the top so a few more people will read it
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    Lightbulb A different view point

    I have a different point of view for the subject, if you don't mind me posting, lord_darkside_x.

    I beleive, in the General Chit Chat area of course, we should be allowed to post whatever our hearts desire...weather it be oblio talking about a jam session...or Ennis spreading the Christmas Spirit. I think your bais against oblio's thinking. I'm sure he came here with best of intentions...he just sorta...drifted, if you know what I'm talking about.

    *chuckles*

    But I'm with you when it comes to the *Nix Security, Windows Security, Networking Security, etc., etc. forums. Posting bullsh*t in there isn't the best place. Leave that for e-mail or the General Chit Chat.
    ...This Space For Rent.

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    I agree with Web Carnage that we should be allowed to post anything we want, but I would encourage anyone who wants to reply to something that is likely to start a flame war to think twice if it's even worth saying anything. Esp. if you know it's going to start a long series of back and forth posts that don't really concern anyone else. Sometimes it's best to just read and move on and forget. Usually it's just a waste to bother flaming back, but if you must General Chit Chat is the place for it. No where else please.
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    Re: A different view point

    Originally posted by [WebCarnage]
    ...or Ennis spreading the Christmas Spirit.
    One last time on Xmas day!

    Merry Christmas!
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    when I was five I tried to burn down the next door neighbours hedge, that's all I have to say about flames. Don't mess with them they get you in trouble.
    Is there anybody out there that can tell me what it\'s like to have a bone broken by a stick.
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