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Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: jer on January 04, 2007, 10:23:48 AM
completely unacceptable
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 11:54:34 AM
was there a last post or something?

Nah, just like two minutes ago. It's my fault, though. Sorry. I wasn't a good listener.

???
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 12:09:36 PM
Wait, why did she delete?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 12:13:31 PM
Wait, why did she delete?

Sounds like her ego was crushed by goalie. 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 12:15:45 PM
Wait, why did she delete?

Sounds like her ego was crushed by goalie. 

My god.  Goalie killed the almighty red?  Now I know never to cross paths with her.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 12:20:09 PM
Just kidding goalie!  And you can bite my head off anytime.   ;)
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 12:21:10 PM

Oh lord. Hank, that is not what happened and you know it  :-[

I don't want anyone saying that I'm taking credit/blame for this. I was totally kidding. I just felt miffed that I happened to be the last one to give her lip.


That's precisely what someone who killed red would want us to think, so that we could let our guard down and then get killed later on.  I'm onto you.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 12:32:39 PM
She may have decided to do it yesterday.  Wasn’t there some thread asking how she could contact Stan or something?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Miss P on January 04, 2007, 01:02:02 PM
Meh.  It's a little unsettling. 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: jer on January 04, 2007, 01:19:01 PM
Meh. It's a little unsettling.

like bad kimchi
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: parsley on January 04, 2007, 02:11:38 PM
all hail goaliechica?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: parsley on January 04, 2007, 02:13:36 PM
Oh no! I wasn't thinking about it, but lunch was such an awful long time ago....

I'm tempted to switch it back to Parsley now :(
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 02:17:33 PM
all hail goaliechica?

NO.

A reluctant leader...

Just like George Washington

Speaking of which..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc9y5ayeeb4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc9y5ayeeb4) 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 02:40:01 PM
She may have decided to do it yesterday.  Wasn’t there some thread asking how she could contact Stan or something?

Ithought that was someone else.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: monserrat on January 04, 2007, 02:46:55 PM
Oh no! I wasn't thinking about it, but lunch was such an awful long time ago....

I'm tempted to switch it back to Parsley now :(

Nah it's not a bad thing, it just causes me immediate pain because I can't get pokey sticks and I want some.  ;)

Parsley will definitely not make me hungry.

what r pokey sticks???? ???
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 05:20:42 PM
but red isn't really gone, is she?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 05:24:02 PM
but red isn't really gone, is she?

Gone, and likely forgotten by the start of the next cycle.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 05:35:33 PM
but red isn't really gone, is she?

Gone, and likely forgotten by the start of the next cycle.

Yeah right.

but red isn't really gone, is she?
Gone, and likely forgotten by the start of the next cycle.

That's saying a bit much.

Even those of us who doubt her story will remember her.  I hope my kid grows up to have that much moxie.

Those who doubt her story are just wrong. But they sure will remember her.

I do not accept Red.'s departure. I think she just wants to lurk.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 05:40:46 PM
but red isn't really gone, is she?

Gone, and likely forgotten by the start of the next cycle.

Yeah right.

but red isn't really gone, is she?
Gone, and likely forgotten by the start of the next cycle.

That's saying a bit much.

Even those of us who doubt her story will remember her.  I hope my kid grows up to have that much moxie.

Those who doubt her story are just wrong. But they sure will remember her.

I do not accept Red.'s departure. I think she just wants to lurk.

proof?

SU.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: LizPendens™ on January 04, 2007, 05:43:29 PM
oh my god, they killed red. -- you bastards!
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 05:57:53 PM
What is her story?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 06:06:01 PM
What is her story?

123

This isn't the beer thread. 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 06:11:11 PM
What is her story?

Read this (http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,53565.msg1040151.html#msg1040151).
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 06:13:00 PM
What is her story?

It's long.  It involves the rural Northwest, skincare, fire, pubs, NGOs, movie stars, modeling, violin, and nice bedding. 

modelling?! nice bedding? I never knew about those.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 06:14:05 PM
Wait, I thought she used to be in Kuwait and was at CLS now.  I'm confused.

Isn't that Stan?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 06:14:48 PM
Skincare?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 06:18:12 PM
Skincare?

 :D

She had that thing about her nails, and the firefighting...

Huh.

Now that you mention it, I wonder if the flame retardant materials used for firefighting suits can contribute to autism.  (Pretty much everything you put on your skin seeps directly into your bloodstream.)
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 06:21:12 PM
What is her story?

Read this (http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,53565.msg1040151.html#msg1040151).

"High school wasn't challenging. SAT was 1600, but that was academic since I wasn't planning on attending college in the States. Attended Oxford instead - cheaper and better..."

 ::)

Or maybe I'm just bitter because I know that I'm one of the ones that she would "ding before even looking at their numbers."
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 06:26:14 PM
I studied at Oxford for a year.  Definitely NOT impressed.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 06:27:53 PM
Skincare?

 :D

She had that thing about her nails, and the firefighting...

ETA: Which made me laugh, because when I did fire we joked about the ash being something we could market as a fancy unguent in the lower 48.

red. and nails! whoa.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 06:36:04 PM
I have to admit, I'm intrigued.

I think it's the integrity thing.

Eh?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 06:37:55 PM
I have to admit, I'm intrigued.

I think it's the integrity thing.

I dunno; she always seemed so hostile to anything that contradicted her worldview even a tad.  I'm not sure I'd call that integrity. 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: t... on January 04, 2007, 06:41:47 PM
I have to admit, I'm intrigued.

I think it's the integrity thing.

I dunno; she always seemed so hostile to anything that contradicted her worldview even a tad.  I'm not sure I'd call that integrity. 

This whole public talking-behind-the-back thing is so curious.

I disagree. Just based on what I've read.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 06:42:06 PM
I have to admit, I'm intrigued.

I think it's the integrity thing.

I dunno; she always seemed so hostile to anything that contradicted her worldview even a tad.  I'm not sure I'd call that integrity. 

STFU! you just don't understand!
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Hank Rearden on January 04, 2007, 06:44:13 PM
I have to admit, I'm intrigued.

I think it's the integrity thing.

I dunno; she always seemed so hostile to anything that contradicted her worldview even a tad.  I'm not sure I'd call that integrity. 

STFU! you just don't understand!

 :D

I guess I didn't read most of what she wrote; maybe she was just mean to me because we didn't know each other well, and I didn't have an opportunity to flirt with her.  Then again maybe that would have made her dislike me even more. 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 06:46:24 PM
I have to admit, I'm intrigued.

I think it's the integrity thing.

I dunno; she always seemed so hostile to anything that contradicted her worldview even a tad.  I'm not sure I'd call that integrity. 

STFU! you just don't understand!

 :D

I guess I didn't read most of what she wrote; maybe she was just mean to me because we didn't know each other well, and I didn't have an opportunity to flirt with her.  Then again maybe that would have made her dislike me even more. 

 :D I imagine that, for me, flirting with red would be like flirting with my contracts professor.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: sillyberry on January 04, 2007, 06:47:25 PM
Maybe some aspiring undergrad can use this as a case study for their thesis on "The Creation of Legends:  Mythological Aggrandizement of Posters on Internet Fora."
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 06:48:27 PM
Maybe some aspiring undergrad can use this as a case study for their thesis on "The Creation of Legends:  Mythological Aggrandizement of Posters on Internet Fora."

:D :D :D That would be brilliant.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Zam on January 04, 2007, 07:05:55 PM
I always found red. entertaining but was afraid to talk to her directly.

I've always had this theory that she was actually a set of genius Chinese triplets who had their computers all in a row and typed simultaneously, in order to battle various LSD opponents.

In my little world the triplets were also gymnasts who formed a pyramid and glared triumphantly into the distance whenever they sufficiently pwned someone.

just sayin'
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: t... on January 04, 2007, 07:13:45 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 07:17:32 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.


:D
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 07:20:22 PM
is red actually a female?

is she really applying to law school?

was the deferral for a year a cover for the fact that she isn't really going?  or is already there?  or already graduated?

has anyone met red in person?

red deferred?  I thought she was currently at Yale.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 07:23:36 PM
red claimed to have been admitted to Yale for this school year, but deferred until next

She seemed legit to me.  This is the first I'm hearing of speculation about her "realness".
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 07:28:52 PM
wow, long time no see.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: redeemed on January 04, 2007, 07:29:18 PM
She seemed legit to me.  This is the first I'm hearing of speculation about her "realness".

Sheesh.  What to do with this thread.  This is why nobody should want to come to their own funeral.  Can I be the first person to point out that I disappeared right before Spaulding took his finals?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Denny Crane on January 04, 2007, 07:29:43 PM
red claimed to have been admitted to Yale for this school year, but deferred until next

She seemed legit to me.  This is the first I'm hearing of speculation about her "realness".

c'mon:  the person typing the responses is a human, however the person typing the reponses is not likely "red"

Oxford, deferral, Africa, northeast Washington (not alot of people live there), no one has met "her" IRL

Much of what you listed describes me in some way or another!!!!  I won't say what, exactly, so as to maintain some semblance of anonymity (though I've definitely blown my cover on a number of occassions around these parts).
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 07:30:33 PM
She seemed legit to me.  This is the first I'm hearing of speculation about her "realness".

Sheesh.  What to do with this thread.  This is why nobody should want to come to their own funeral.  Can I be the first person to point out that I disappeared right before Spaulding took his finals?

I'm not going to lie.  I actually made that connection.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: redeemed on January 04, 2007, 07:35:57 PM
::sigh::

alright, time to fess up.

red doesn't actually exist.

she was just an alternate personality that we created because we got bored.

sorry you all got so attached to her.

At least I was fun compared to the rest of you bums.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 07:41:32 PM
we once knew a guy who said FB was the best way to reach him.  ::)
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Miss P on January 04, 2007, 07:43:29 PM
I think if I knew anything about anthropology (or sociology or whatever the relevant field might be), LSD would be interesting from that sort of perspective.

The mistakes about LSDers thread was fun in that regard.  I don't really understand why everyone cares so much about the gender (especially) and race and appearance of the various characters here.  Of course, maybe this is because I'm the type of person who enjoys hiding behind Mr. Met.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 04, 2007, 07:46:01 PM
i just read your sig.  haha
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 08:11:02 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.

It usually has to do with never having been poor.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: t... on January 04, 2007, 08:16:22 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.

It usually has to do with never having been poor.

False. Usually it can have something very much to do with having little or no wealth.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 08:19:12 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.

It usually has to do with never having been poor.

False. Usually it has something very much to do with having little or no wealth.

I'm not so sure.  If you've been poor in the past -- particularly during a critical period in your personality development -- you'll continue seeking wealth long after you're wealthy.  Why do you think immigrants rarely pack it up after the first million (or 50) to do something more interesting?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: annab on January 04, 2007, 08:21:09 PM
Wait, red deleted?  Why?  :'(
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 08:27:39 PM
Wait, red deleted?  Why?  :'(

LSD's feminists apparently made her question her decision to go to law school.  Or something like that; we're all a little confused. 
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 08:40:23 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.

It usually has to do with never having been poor.

False. Usually it has something very much to do with having little or no wealth.

I'm not so sure.  If you've been poor in the past -- particularly during a critical period in your personality development -- you'll continue seeking wealth long after you're wealthy.  Why do you think immigrants rarely pack it up after the first million (or 50) to do something more interesting?

I hardly think you can make some sort of behavioral generalization about this. I'm not arguing that you're wrong, but that you're wrong in how often it (poor people chasing the bucks when they can) happens.

But that's not what I'm saying.  What I am saying is that the vast majority of well-educated, idealistic do-gooder types who actually wind up working for idealistic do-gooder organizations have never been poor. 

My question about immigrants was an attempt to illustrate the limits of your explanation.  It doesn't need to happen a lot; it just needs to happen.

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If nothing else, I'm an example (so far). My parents never made more than 50,000 combined in a year. I don't know if that constitutes poor or not, though. For what it's worth.

The definition of "poor" I had in mind was wondering what you're going to eat for dinner because you literally don't have any food in your house and less than $1 to your name. 

I thought 50k was middle class.  Which by law school standards probably is poor. :-\

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I care more about either having free time, or having my time occupied doing something meaningful. If I can't figure out the latter, I'll pursue the former, but it has nothing to do with wealth accumulation for the sake of wealth accumulation.

So do I and others concerned about wealth building.  The difference is, I have a "stability" in the equation.  Wealth --> stability --> free time +/^ meaningful time.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: annab on January 04, 2007, 08:43:06 PM
Wait, red deleted?  Why?  :'(

LSD's feminists apparently made her question her decision to go to law school.  Or something like that; we're all a little confused. 

I'm confused too.  Confused and sad.  :-\
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: t... on January 04, 2007, 08:47:36 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.

It usually has to do with never having been poor.

False. Usually it has something very much to do with having little or no wealth.

I'm not so sure.  If you've been poor in the past -- particularly during a critical period in your personality development -- you'll continue seeking wealth long after you're wealthy.  Why do you think immigrants rarely pack it up after the first million (or 50) to do something more interesting?

I hardly think you can make some sort of behavioral generalization about this. I'm not arguing that you're wrong, but that you're wrong in how often it (poor people chasing the bucks when they can) happens.

But that's not what I'm saying.  What I am saying is that the vast majority of well-educated, idealistic do-gooder types who actually wind up working for idealistic do-gooder organizations have never been poor. 

My question about immigrants was an attempt to illustrate the limits of your explanation.  It doesn't need to happen a lot; it just needs to happen.

Wait. So "vast majority" corresponds with "[not needing] to happen a lot; it just needs to happen"?

I suppose I'm still confused at what you're saying. I do think I am clear on what you're trying to say, though, and I still disagree (partly).

Experiential differences, I suppose.

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If nothing else, I'm an example (so far). My parents never made more than 50,000 combined in a year. I don't know if that constitutes poor or not, though. For what it's worth.

The definition of "poor" I had in mind was wondering what you're going to eat for dinner because you literally don't have any food in your house and less than $1 to your name.

Colour me wealthy, then.

Again, I wonder just where this analysis of wealth comes from, on your part (and for what purpose)?

Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: ananse on January 04, 2007, 08:49:00 PM
Wait, red deleted?  Why?  :'(

LSD's feminists apparently made her question her decision to go to law school.  Or something like that; we're all a little confused. 

I'm confused too.  Confused and sad.  :-\

Seconded.  :'(  She was about the only LSD'er I actually wanted to meet.  I hope she comes back.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Lily Jaye on January 04, 2007, 08:59:24 PM
To expand:

She intrigues me (partly) because she seems to care more about helping people and doing something significant than collecting a paycheck and/or doing trivial legal work. She seems genuine in this regard.

I have that same naive desire, and that same aversion to bland corporate work (of most sorts). I blame it on some childish existential ennui that I can't shake still at 25, and will probably never shake.

Oh well.

It usually has to do with never having been poor.

False. Usually it has something very much to do with having little or no wealth.

I'm not so sure.  If you've been poor in the past -- particularly during a critical period in your personality development -- you'll continue seeking wealth long after you're wealthy.  Why do you think immigrants rarely pack it up after the first million (or 50) to do something more interesting?

I hardly think you can make some sort of behavioral generalization about this. I'm not arguing that you're wrong, but that you're wrong in how often it (poor people chasing the bucks when they can) happens.

But that's not what I'm saying.  What I am saying is that the vast majority of well-educated, idealistic do-gooder types who actually wind up working for idealistic do-gooder organizations have never been poor. 

My question about immigrants was an attempt to illustrate the limits of your explanation.  It doesn't need to happen a lot; it just needs to happen.

Wait. So "vast majority" corresponds with "[not needing] to happen a lot; it just needs to happen"?

These two adjectival phrases correspond to two different groups serving two different purposes in the argument.   

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I suppose I'm still confused at what you're saying. I do think I am clear on what you're trying to say, though, and I still disagree (partly).

Experiential differences, I suppose.

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If nothing else, I'm an example (so far). My parents never made more than 50,000 combined in a year. I don't know if that constitutes poor or not, though. For what it's worth.

The definition of "poor" I had in mind was wondering what you're going to eat for dinner because you literally don't have any food in your house and less than $1 to your name.

Colour me wealthy, then.

Again, I wonder just where this analysis of wealth comes from, on your part (and for what purpose)?

Mostly newspapers, econ and sociology classes, working for a fairly well-known NGO, and growing up in a city with different immigrant communities.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: obamacon on January 04, 2007, 09:33:40 PM
Victory is mine.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 09:36:35 PM
I believe the answer to the original question is not soon enough.

You are so mean!

:D :D
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Catherine Morland on January 04, 2007, 09:43:30 PM
can you undelete?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 04, 2007, 09:58:17 PM
Victory is mine.

you're still alive?

You should be happy.  This means someone gets to kill him.  Increased utility.

utility is myth.

myth is utility.

redemption = damnation

Now you're not even making any sense.

WTF do you mean NOW?

Now = myth
Myth = now
Revenge = Hell if I know
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: FossilJ on January 05, 2007, 02:56:51 AM
What is her story?

It's long.  It involves the rural Northwest, skincare, fire, pubs, NGOs, movie stars, modeling, violin, and nice bedding.  

 :D :D :D

177.  That's her story.  177.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 05, 2007, 05:22:12 AM
What is her story?

It's long.  It involves the rural Northwest, skincare, fire, pubs, NGOs, movie stars, modeling, violin, and nice bedding. 

 :D :D :D

177.  That's her story.  177.


you mean 176.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: FossilJ on January 05, 2007, 06:12:02 AM
What is her story?

It's long.  It involves the rural Northwest, skincare, fire, pubs, NGOs, movie stars, modeling, violin, and nice bedding. 

 :D :D :D

177.  That's her story.  177.


you mean 176.

No.  That is not what I mean.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 05, 2007, 06:37:29 AM
what do you mean?
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: FossilJ on January 05, 2007, 06:48:50 AM
what do you mean?

I mean 177.  If you don't know, then don't worry about it.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 05, 2007, 07:03:05 AM
what do you mean?

I mean 177.  If you don't know, then don't worry about it.


i do know!

you mean 176!
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Elephant Lee on January 05, 2007, 07:16:49 AM
I believe that 176 was her score.

She gave out 177s.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Miss P on January 05, 2007, 07:20:31 AM
I believe that 176 was her score.

She gave out 177s.

As an homage to Stanley.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: Miss P on January 05, 2007, 07:36:51 AM
Is this the type of thing where if you say it over and over again it gets funny?

Based on my empirical analysis, no.
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: thestradgirl on January 05, 2007, 08:45:58 AM
Is this the type of thing where if you say it over and over again it gets funny?

Based on my empirical analysis, no.

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Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: FossilJ on January 05, 2007, 09:53:44 AM
Is this the type of thing where if you say it over and over again it gets funny?

Based on my empirical analysis, no.

177!
Title: Re: When did red. delete?
Post by: rojo on January 05, 2007, 12:22:00 PM
Is this the type of thing where if you say it over and over again it gets funny?

Based on my empirical analysis, no.

177!


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