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Postby ThunderTitan » Oct 19 2006, 18:19

As i recall WinterIsComing(?) got the banstick too.
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Oct 19 2006, 18:25

DaemianLucifer wrote:Well Kalah said that there was just one person banned from CH before,but he doesnt want to say who.Although,if you read the first interview... :devious:


There you go.There were a few bans in the new table,but not so many in the old one.

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Postby ThunderTitan » Oct 19 2006, 18:37

I blame Georgie DoubleU and the Emergency Number for this new heavy handed world.

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Postby Kalah » Oct 19 2006, 20:43

DaemianLucifer wrote:Kalah said that there was just one person banned from CH before,but he doesnt want to say who.


We are not commenting on internal procedures at the moment, so that's why I haven't publicly ridiculed said person. There might just be an RTW on this one day though... Oh, and just a reminder:

Mytical wrote:If the mods don't like another praise thread they will probably shut it down quick, lets show em we can keep it civil :).


Kalah wrote:The old official praise thread was closed because it deteriorated into a thread for spamming and congratulating each other with round post numbers...

This one gets to live so long as people congratulate one another on things that have some merit.
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Oct 19 2006, 20:55

I want to praise the anonymus who thought of sudoku.Its a very adictive brain puzzle that we math geeks trully enjoy :D

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Postby [T]osHiro » Oct 20 2006, 1:03

Sudoku isn't a math puzzle. You can replace the numbers with shapes if you want. ;)
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Oct 20 2006, 1:12

I never said a math puzzle,but a brain puzzle.But the first thing we math geeks have to excel in is logic,in order to proceed with the rest :D

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Postby [T]osHiro » Oct 20 2006, 2:10

DaemianLucifer wrote:I want to praise the anonymus who thought of sudoku.Its a very adictive brain puzzle that we math geeks trully enjoy :D

Math geeks + brain puzzle = Math puzzle. Got your logic? Sudoku isn't just played by math geeks. I have a friend who does hopelessly in Math but finishes a hard Sudoku even before you can figure out where the fourth number is..
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Oct 20 2006, 2:19

No my statement implies that math geeks are a subgroup of people that enjoy brain puzzles,not vice versa.

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Postby asandir » Oct 20 2006, 2:25

ok, methinks this is getting a bit off-topic .... more praising, less quibbling
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Postby Omega_Destroyer » Oct 20 2006, 2:27

I would like to praise the Detroit Tigers for making it to the World series for the first time in 19 years. If there is hope for them, then there is hope for the Detroit Lions.
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Oct 23 2006, 1:05

I want to praise my parents for being the best parents in the world.Serriously,I am the luckiest guy in this area.Any parent that would have me as a kid is to be praised,but my parents not only endure me,but support me in everything I do.And I do mean everything.An enourmous round of applause to them from me :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause:

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Postby ThunderTitan » Oct 23 2006, 1:08

DaemianLucifer wrote:Any parent that would have me as a kid and not drown me at birth is to be praised,but my parents not only endure me,but support me in everything I do.


Guess their death will be swift and painless, seeing how you like them and all.
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Postby asandir » Oct 23 2006, 1:30

I thought you were formed out of the ether of life, on a whim?? oh well, misconception blown away ....

anyway parents are to be congratulated a lot!!! I know .....
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Dec 8 2006, 1:26

Congrats to the creator of this thread on her new rank,and to the rest that still dont know the special rank near 2000 :tongue:

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Postby asandir » Dec 8 2006, 1:40

Yes, well done Myst, nice work

the special rank doesn't really bother me that much, I just don't watch my rank enough to pay any attn to it
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Postby ThunderTitan » Dec 8 2006, 14:56

DaemianLucifer wrote:and to the rest that still dont know the special rank near 2000 :tongue:


Would someone post it already, no one cares anymore anyway.
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Postby Kalah » Dec 8 2006, 18:44

Right... instead of praising post ranks, I suggest we all turn our attention to the Christmas banner Robenhagen created for absolutely no wages save two slices of rye bread and a pickled egg.

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Postby Ethric » Dec 8 2006, 18:55

Pickled egg? Sounds disgusting.

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Postby ThunderTitan » Dec 8 2006, 20:50

Kalah wrote:Right... instead of praising post ranks, I suggest we all turn our attention to the Christmas banner Robenhagen created for absolutely no wages save two slices of rye bread and a pickled egg.


You say that as if two slices of rye bread and a pickled egg aren't enough to feed you for a week.

Nice work on the banner R. Enjoy the pickled egg.
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