I resolved to stay away from the political BS and only join in the fun and techie posts. In other words, I'm doing a 'Lori'.<br><br>I like it much better now. I even had a nice post from someone who was posting really mean things to me before when the political posts were flying hot and heavy. <br><br>I would have been making a post about my new iPod, but I didn't buy one. The money has to go to paying down my bills.<br>Sorry.<br><br>
Got that Unreal Tournament 2004 yesterday. I've only played it for a couple minutes, but what the heck is that Leviathan thing about? Whoa! A couple bots schooled me in about a minute with that thing. I couldn't even find one to try it out. I thought it was a building at first! <br><br>woops, yeah, bad day for the forum. <br><br>
You know, I left this board for a while because it got so bad. I just started coming back a couple of days ago. But how do I know if the post is polical with titles like "Reality Play" and "Let's do some research". Then I read the posts and I just can't help myself.<br><br>I don't post the topics, but I am guility of replying.<br><br>Maybe we can have a new forum for political discussions only????? PLEASE!!!!!!!!!<br><br>
Maybe we can have a new forum for political discussions only????? PLEASE!!!!!!!!!<br><br>Yeah good luck with that one buddy...<br><br>A lot of people tend to favor that approach, but then you get people protesting that politics is what "makes up the flavor of the Lounge"...<br><br>Maybe we could have a 'Be Nasty to Each Other' forum, which would specifically be reserved for name-calling and overall ugliness. I nominate LS for moderator...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
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