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Re: ignoring a user
Reply #45 - 10/30/07 at 11:33:29
 
Well I.m not going to be ignoring anyone.  I'd hate to think I was missing out on anything!

I think the British sense of humour and the way we abuse all and everyone is sometimes a little hard for people to take though, so I suppose this is quite a useful little function for some. 

But is there anyone that ClintonHammond WON'T be ignoring?

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Reply #46 - 10/30/07 at 11:39:20
 
I only ignore people who earn it

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Reply #47 - 10/30/07 at 13:15:27
 
ClintonHammond wrote on 10/30/07 at 11:39:20:
I only ignore people who earn it

I don't think there's been a forum poster who was quite so intent in being rude to everyone, while making no on topic contribution, since the infamous Electric Pea.
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Reply #48 - 10/30/07 at 14:02:44
 
Hmm. Do you think they might be, in some way, related?
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Re: ignoring a user
Reply #49 - 10/30/07 at 14:02:52
 
Hilary wrote on 10/30/07 at 13:15:27:
ClintonHammond wrote on 10/30/07 at 11:39:20:
I only ignore people who earn it

I don't think there's been a forum poster who was quite so intent in being rude to everyone, while making no on topic contribution, since the infamous Electric Pea.


I agree.

I don't see the point in having posts missing - surely you're going to lose the whole flow of a thread?
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Re: ignoring a user
Reply #50 - 10/30/07 at 14:07:52
 
ChrissieA wrote on 10/30/07 at 14:02:52:
I agree.

I don't see the point in having posts missing - surely you're going to lose the whole flow of a thread?


Right. So, if you don't want to ignore anyone, don't, and then you won't get confused. Smiley Unfortunately, adding the feature didn't stop the complaining of the person it was added for, so at this point I throw my hands skyward and say, "eh".
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Reply #51 - 10/30/07 at 14:35:28
 
Johnny Too Bad wrote on 10/30/07 at 09:09:42:
Did you say something????!!!!!

That would be a bit childish. But I reckon we could work around it by only ignoring his non-interesting threads.



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Reply #52 - 10/30/07 at 14:42:18
 
What's the fun in ignoring people?  it's much better to really piss them off back by presenting an argument that isn't "yer a prick" or "noone likes you".
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Reply #53 - 10/30/07 at 14:58:17
 
Clint obviously thinks not. Since he 'specially asked for this feature y'know...

There are  arguments other than 'you're a prick' on this board?  Wink
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Reply #54 - 10/30/07 at 15:21:21
 
look for the posts with lots of multi-syllabic and heavilly punctuated sentences.  That's mine.  Other arguments, making sense only to me.
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Reply #55 - 10/30/07 at 15:30:08
 
I believe that multi syllabic has no hyphen...  Wink
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Reply #56 - 10/30/07 at 15:37:46
 
webmaster wrote on 10/30/07 at 14:07:52:
Unfortunately, adding the feature didn't stop the complaining of the person it was added for, so at this point I throw my hands skyward and say, "eh".

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Reply #57 - 10/30/07 at 15:41:55
 
Yes we do.   Smiley
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Reply #58 - 10/30/07 at 15:42:20
 
kit wrote on 10/30/07 at 15:30:08:
I believe that multi syllabic has no hyphen...  Wink


ah, it does.  Multi is an condensed version of multiple so to use it in that context is correct.
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Reply #59 - 10/30/07 at 15:43:40
 
I can't argue with that. But you spelt heavily wrong. Do I get a point for that?

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