Sig Line Graveyard; the phpBB edition.

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"NB stands for nota bene do not @ me" - nicole
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Ellie wrote:"NB stands for nota bene do not @ me" - nicole
Wait, why would someone @ that?
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Because identity politics relating to sexuality are insane.

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Mo wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 17:45
Ellie wrote:"NB stands for nota bene do not @ me" - nicole
Wait, why would someone @ that?
Nicole said that after I was bitching about a dustup in a Facebook group I used to like, where the admins declared anyone whose gender identity was non-binary had to call themselves "enby" instead of "NB" because "NB" means "not black" in other contexts -- so therefore should mean that in ALL contexts and we were being privileged, soulless racists if we didn't comply.

I quit the group and have found I do not miss it :lol:
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Thanks Mo I needed the knowledge but didn’t ask

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"He's just an idiot elected by idiots." - Pham

Still true, even if it's gracefully retired from my sig!
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Eric the .5b wrote:
19 Apr 2019, 17:10
"Cyberpunk never really gave the government enough credit for their ability to secure a favorable prenup during the Corporate-State wedding." - Shem
Seeing this one again reminds of an old SF novel I once read - The Space Merchants, maybe? can't remember now - which envisioned a kind of hyper-consumerist state. The Senate was made up of "The Senator from General Motors", "The Senator from IBM", etc., which is sometimes uncomfortably close to the truth. The Presidency, however, was depicted as this colorless, powerless, ineffectual flunky job (at one point the protagonist shares an elevator with the President and doesn't even recognize him until he introduces himself), which was quite the swing and a miss.
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JD wrote:
07 Aug 2019, 10:23
Eric the .5b wrote:
19 Apr 2019, 17:10
"Cyberpunk never really gave the government enough credit for their ability to secure a favorable prenup during the Corporate-State wedding." - Shem
Seeing this one again reminds of an old SF novel I once read - The Space Merchants, maybe? can't remember now - which envisioned a kind of hyper-consumerist state. The Senate was made up of "The Senator from General Motors", "The Senator from IBM", etc., which is sometimes uncomfortably close to the truth. The Presidency, however, was depicted as this colorless, powerless, ineffectual flunky job (at one point the protagonist shares an elevator with the President and doesn't even recognize him until he introduces himself), which was quite the swing and a miss.
Often, it's not about trying to predict anything - the presidency had been hugely powerful in the US since the start of modern science fiction - as to present a strikingly different world, where things like not recognizing the PUSA next to you in an elevator could happen.
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Eric the .5b wrote:
07 Aug 2019, 15:21
... present a strikingly different world, where things like not recognizing the PUSA next to you in an elevator could happen.
I think I like "PUSA" better than "POTUS" as an acronym.
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You had a good run, avocado toast and tire iron.

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JD wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:07
You had a good run, avocado toast and tire iron.

"Millennials are lazy. They'd rather have avocado toast than cave in a man's skull with a tire iron!" -FFF
Your current sig (as of this posting natch.) reminds me of A_R. Not sure that's what you were going for.
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Warren wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:26
JD wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:07
You had a good run, avocado toast and tire iron.

"Millennials are lazy. They'd rather have avocado toast than cave in a man's skull with a tire iron!" -FFF
Your current sig (as of this posting natch.) reminds me of A_R. Not sure that's what you were going for.
Hm, such was not my intention. I was just borrowing from something Eric the 1/2B said in another thread.
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JD wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:58
Warren wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:26
JD wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:07
You had a good run, avocado toast and tire iron.

"Millennials are lazy. They'd rather have avocado toast than cave in a man's skull with a tire iron!" -FFF
Your current sig (as of this posting natch.) reminds me of A_R. Not sure that's what you were going for.
Hm, such was not my intention. I was just borrowing from something Eric the 1/2B said in another thread.
Mind, that's not what AR said, it's what people said to him...
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Eric the .5b wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 19:44
JD wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:58
Warren wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:26
JD wrote:
08 Aug 2019, 10:07
You had a good run, avocado toast and tire iron.

"Millennials are lazy. They'd rather have avocado toast than cave in a man's skull with a tire iron!" -FFF
Your current sig (as of this posting natch.) reminds me of A_R. Not sure that's what you were going for.
Hm, such was not my intention. I was just borrowing from something Eric the 1/2B said in another thread.
Mind, that's not what AR said, it's what people said to him...
True, but he owned it.
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Gasp, it's 2020 now! My sig is out of date! What an embarrassing gaffe.
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Ellie wrote:
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Gasp, it's 2020 now!
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"2019 has got to stop injecting dmt straight in the dick hole." - dhex

Gonna miss this one :)
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This was great but I'm a sucker for a compliment :D
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Dammit! I got rid of that one way too soon!
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