DIGAF - I'm off to Africa the day after tomorrow,
Why do you insist on displaying your father's predeliction for
domesticated animals ?
I used to feel sorry for Indians, now I realise that, like the Dodo,
they are just too stupid to survive
Yes, you do give a fuck, or you wouldn't have posted your pathetic
May you give a lion indigestion.
WHy can't you faggots say what you mean, instead of using a six year
olds innuendo? Do they castrate all of you at six years old? Or all of
you so bad at D.I.Y. that it's self inflicted? You make the French look
That's what we think about all of you stupid "Eurosheep'. It's really
sad though, that 99.9% of you make the rest look bad. :(
Service to my country? Been there, Done that, and I\'ve got my DD214 to
From the "Urban Dictionary":
1. window licker
A retard who sits in the back of the sunshine bus, licking the window
whilst staring at you
2. window licker
A mentally challenged person riding on "the short bus".
aka: Adams or Negative Waves
The window lickers on the short bus have faces pressed against the
window with their tongues hanging out.
3. window licker
(derogatory) ~ sl.: euphemism for a person of mentally challenged
status. Etymology: C20 - Derived from the stereotyped behaviour of
mentally challenged people, observed to place their open mouths into
prolongued contact with the external windows of public or private
transport on which they are seated.
It is offensive and wrong to name a person people who is mentally
challenged a 'window licker' or a 'retard'.
Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
Count the number of postings in this thread. Divide by the number of
letters in the average post. Multiply by .084757836 and you get the secret
code for "idiot".
People screeching in this newsgroup on OT subjects have the credibility of
anyone screeching from atop a step ladder on the corner in a major city.
Everything in its time and place. Usenet has provided a place for bloggers
and kooks to get an imprisoned audience where they can spew their spew
cheaply. They just don't have the common sense to know that they look like
idiots, and are read mostly by other idiots.
Were they credible debaters, statesmen, politicians, informed voters, or
just the common Joe interested in current events, they'd spend half as much
time ACTIVELY following these events and making a change.
And just because it has most posts doesn't mean that it has the most
interest. There is a legion of people here who post endlessly, but nothing
about the actual topic of the newsgroup.
You DO remember the topic of this newsgroup, don't you? No? Sigh
I bet you go to parties and gatherings and just screech and prattle on
endlessly about whatever you want, and are terminal boors.
| You DO remember the topic of this newsgroup, don't you? No? Sigh
Which of the three newsgroups you posted to is "this newsgroup"?
DeSoto, Iowa USA
|| SteveB wrote:
||| You DO remember the topic of this newsgroup, don't you? No? Sigh
|| Which of the three newsgroups you posted to is "this newsgroup"?
| Well, I guess that would be the three where this inane discussion
| is taking place, wouldn't it?
Ok, since the conversation(s) have wandered a bit afield, I'm happy to
help you out with this subthread by prepending "[OT]" to the subject
so you can filter more conveniently for all three of this newsgroup.
DeSoto, Iowa USA
First of all, Morris, thank you for the response to my part of thread
some way back...(You know the one, and I don't give a rat's ass if
nobody else does.. =o)
Now, about the inanity of it all (If it isn't a word, maybe it is
Sometimes I like it when a thread wanders a bit. The discussion may
not be on topic, but it can still be informative. Then again,
sometimes the beak throttles up-side pocket.... if you catch my drift.
All newsgroup discussions are off topic by the 30th post ;-)
That's also about when the mud slinging and flaming takes
over and there are only a few posters left.
Sortta like being in a bar ;-)
But still much better than the spam bots and the idiots that
think cancel message is actually enabled on a public
-larry / dallas
Michael A. Terrell wrote:
| Morris Dovey wrote:
|| SteveB wrote:
|||| SteveB wrote:
||||| You DO remember the topic of this newsgroup, don't you? No?
|||| Which of the three newsgroups you posted to is "this newsgroup"?
||| Well, I guess that would be the three where this inane discussion
||| is taking place, wouldn't it?
|| Ok, since the conversation(s) have wandered a bit afield, I'm
|| happy to help you out with this subthread by prepending "[OT]" to
|| the subject so you can filter more conveniently for all three of
|| this newsgroup.
| OT isn't allowed on RCM. Our resident net Nazi gets upset about
| OT posts.
Bummer. You have my condolances. The folks here on rec.woodworking
have decided that putting up with net nannies/control freaks is worse
than the occasional off-topic thread - and one of our regulars
maintains a filtering package for those who'd prefer not to see the OT
threads (or the occasionally really nasty garbage posts) at all.
Normally (but obviously not always) we add "OT" to the subject to
facilitate filtering, and it works fairly well. RW (the "wreck") is a
fairly convivial group - and occasionally the people who've gotten to
know each other here do enjoy OT side discussions. The antisocial
types who pop in and object are generally held in low regard - the
wreck values right answers, but not people who're all about _being_
I'll gladly trim RCM from my future responses. :-)
DeSoto, Iowa USA
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