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no1 wrote:Now that you mention it, yeah, it does. Funny I never noticed the doorknob before.


Funny chop. Good job. You forgot to move the stuff that was hanging on the doorknob though. ^_~

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Bryan818 wrote:i never noticed the doorknob oh man you are short... pember cant be shorter than that


It was a chop. This is the original. I'm 5'3.

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Aberrantic wrote:Wow, this picture really does make you look like a midget... But then again, I'm 5'3" too, so I can't really talk. All I know is that those tiny WS shirts are the only ones that fit - the rest make it look like I'm swimming in fabric.


He moved the doorknob. it's really at my elbow.

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superspryte wrote:Funny chop. Good job. You forgot to move the stuff that was hanging on the doorknob though. ^_~



I couldn't figure out what it was, so I didn't know if it was hanging on the knob or sitting on something else.

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no1 wrote:I couldn't figure out what it was, so I didn't know if it was hanging on the knob or sitting on something else.



A TAG air freshener. It has since found its way to the garbage.

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Interesting how the "world of woot shirts" page says that the "censored RobGlenn thread" has a post from FableFire from this afternoon, but the last post I see is from before...

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superspryte wrote:He moved the doorknob. it's really at my elbow.



You mean you're not really that short? I can't believe I was tricked like that.

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no1 wrote:Interesting how the "world of woot shirts" page says that the "censored RobGlenn thread" has a post from FableFire from this afternoon, but the last post I see is from before...


It keeps the time of the latest post even if it's not there anymore.

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Schrobblehead wrote:You mean you're not really that short? I can't believe I was tricked like that.


Not my fault if you're so easily duped. ^_~

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superspryte wrote:It keeps the time of the latest post even if it's not there anymore.



So where does the post go? How is it deleted? Can you just ask woot to delete?

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superspryte wrote:It keeps the time of the latest post even if it's not there anymore.



Perhaps I should say, "Interesting that a post got deleted without a probation of the poster." Or mabe I just missed it.

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Schrobblehead wrote:So where does the post go? How is it deleted? Can you just ask woot to delete?



[whisper]

mods!

[/whisper]

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Schrobblehead wrote:So where does the post go? How is it deleted? Can you just ask woot to delete?


If you want a post deleted that is your own, edit it and just leave "." or "nm" in it. The mods will delete it if it's in a main thread. If it's not, report it and we'll get it that way. If you want someone else's post removed for some reason (better be a good one ^_~) report it.

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no1 wrote:Perhaps I should say, "Interesting that a post got deleted without a probation of the poster." Or mabe I just missed it.


The listed user reverts back to the actual person with the latest post.

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superspryte wrote:The listed user reverts back to the actual person with the latest post.



The person reverts but the date/time doesn't? Isn't that interesting!

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no1 wrote:[whisper]

mods!

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I was playing dumb. I just wanted to point out that it must have been removed... and probably for some reason. It could simply be that fable didn't want the post to remain, but I didn't know mods were in the habit of assisting in removing unwanted edited comments.

no1 wrote:The person reverts but the date/time doesn't? Isn't that interesting!



time to put the tin-foil hats back on. conspiracy's a brewin

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no1 wrote:The person reverts but the date/time doesn't? Isn't that interesting!


I think it does eventually. It's just slow. I noticed that a while ago and thought it curious too.

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Schrobblehead wrote:I was playing dumb. I just wanted to point out that it must have been removed... and probably for some reason. It could simply be that fable didn't want the post to remain, but I didn't know mods were in the habit of assisting in removing unwanted edited comments.


That's why you put "nm" or "." in place of the post if you want it removed. Then we kind of have to because it's a useless post now.

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Mmmm. Cadbury mini eggs are amazing. You know what I love about America? We have candy for EVERYTHING! ^_^

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superspryte wrote:Mmmm. Cadbury mini eggs are amazing. You know what I love about America? We have candy for EVERYTHING! ^_^



Waiting for "Sept. 11" candy.

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superspryte wrote:Mmmm. Cadbury mini eggs are amazing. You know what I love about America? We have candy for EVERYTHING! ^_^



Cadbury Eggs come to us from across the pond. They're even better when they're FRESH. (That's not really true...they're the same.)

But we do, indeed, have a candy for everything. And--even creepier--in the SHAPE of everything.


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PemberDucky wrote:Cadbury Eggs come to us from across the pond. They're even better when they're FRESH. (That's not really true...they're the same.)

But we do, indeed, have a candy for everything. And--even creepier--in the SHAPE of everything.


Actually, the ones here are made in the US by Hershey's. ^_~

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no1 wrote:Waiting for "Sept. 11" candy.


Something like blue or purple gumballs filled with cinnamon liquid (fuel tanks).

You are so bad, no1.

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PemberDucky wrote:Cadbury Eggs come to us from across the pond. They're even better when they're FRESH. (That's not really true...they're the same.)

But we do, indeed, have a candy for everything. And--even creepier--in the SHAPE of everything.



Waiting for "Osama bin Laden" candy. Or even "electron orbitals" candy.

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superspryte wrote:Actually, the ones here are made in the US by Hershey's. ^_~



Right, but the ideal that we as Americans decided to develop said eggs is nonetheless inaccurate.


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no1 wrote:Waiting for "Osama bin Laden" candy. Or even "electron orbitals" candy.



AIDS the chocolate bar.


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PemberDucky wrote:Right, but the ideal that we as Americans decided to develop said eggs is nonetheless inaccurate.


I definitely didn't mean American chocolate tastes good, heh. I just meant it's always in stores and is for sale everywhere...all the time! Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, holidays I'm not thinking of mid-year, Halloween, Christmas, etc.

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PemberDucky wrote:AIDS the chocolate bar.



(not quite what you were thinking, I know)

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PemberDucky wrote:Right, but the ideal that we as Americans decided to develop said eggs is nonetheless inaccurate.



Mabe we as Americans are like Microsoft. We don't develop a candy for every occasion, but we will acquire that candy.

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superspryte wrote:I definitely didn't mean American chocolate tastes good, heh. I just meant it's always in stores and is for sale everywhere...all the time! Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, holidays I'm not thinking of mid-year, Halloween, Christmas, etc.



godiva chocolate is good... just expensive

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no1 wrote:Mabe we as Americans are like Microsoft. We don't develop a candy for every occasion, but we will acquire that candy.



we have candy for every holiday

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Schrobblehead wrote:godiva chocolate is good... just expensive


And is now owned by a Turkish company. It's also a little waxy to me (for the price!). But it's not *bad* chocolate.

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no1 wrote:Mabe we as Americans are like Microsoft. We don't develop a candy for every occasion, but we will acquire that candy.



That would explain the Cadbury/Hershey thing.


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superspryte wrote:And is now owned by a Turkish company. It's also a little waxy to me (for the price!). But it's not *bad* chocolate.



ownership is not the same thing as "making". I'm pretty sure its made here. And yes, they make better chocolate in Germany and other places, but its still pretty good.

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superspryte wrote:I definitely didn't mean American chocolate tastes good, heh. I just meant it's always in stores and is for sale everywhere...all the time! Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, holidays I'm not thinking of mid-year, Halloween, Christmas, etc.



I can't think of any candy-related holidays after Father's Day/before Halloween, either. I guess there's some form of Independence Day Chocolate SomethingRather somewhere, but I'm stumped. Is chocolate not a summer treat?!


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PemberDucky wrote:I can't think of any candy-related holidays after Father's Day/before Halloween, either. I guess there's some form of Independence Day Chocolate SomethingRather somewhere, but I'm stumped. Is chocolate not a summer treat?!



I'm not sure where you are looking, but if you go to a Target they have candy for every single holiday. It might not be anything more than M&Ms in different colors, but believe me they do it.

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Schrobblehead wrote:I'm not sure where you are looking, but if you go to a Target they have candy for every single holiday. It might not be anything more than M&Ms in different colors, but believe me they do it.


Personally, I was referring to the specialty stuff you see everywhere (including drugs stores and grocery stores). For example, you don't buy Easter candy at Halloween. I can eat red, white, and blue M&M's all year and not think anything of it. Granted, I could eat Cadbury mini eggs and creme eggs and terry's chocolate oranges all year and be happy too. ^______^

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Schrobblehead wrote:I'm not sure where you are looking, but if you go to a Target they have candy for every single holiday. It might not be anything more than M&Ms in different colors, but believe me they do it.



That is an excellent point...I was thinking about specialty stuff, kinda, but the holiday-specific marketing of perennial faves is just as valid. A++!


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superspryte wrote:Personally, I was referring to the specialty stuff you see everywhere (including drugs stores and grocery stores). For example, you don't buy Easter candy at Halloween. I can eat red, white, and blue M&M's all year and not think anything of it. Granted, I could eat Cadbury mini eggs and creme eggs and terry's chocolate oranges all year and be happy too. ^______^



Now I want a Cadbury egg!!! Imma stop by the store on the way home, I swear.


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superspryte wrote:Personally, I was referring to the specialty stuff you see everywhere (including drugs stores and grocery stores). For example, you don't buy Easter candy at Halloween. I can eat red, white, and blue M&M's all year and not think anything of it. Granted, I could eat Cadbury mini eggs and creme eggs and terry's chocolate oranges all year and be happy too. ^______^



chocolate oranges? yuck! I think you and Ducky must be sharing brain waves-->

PemberDucky wrote:That is an excellent point...I was thinking about specialty stuff, kinda, but the holiday-specific marketing of perennial faves is just as valid. A++!



Gee Brain, what do you want to do tonight?

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