I had a friend start crying during the first movie. Dude was 21 at the time. When asked, he explained to us that he could relate as he had a ghost in his house when he was a kid and it only left when his dad yelled at it to go away. True story.
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Just make sure to meet the seller in person to make sure they're a real cowboy. Telltale signs include dusty jeans, chewing tobacco and aninabilityto use computer. He should also be riding a horse and yelling "Yah!" constantly (Don't worry, this is cowboy speak for 'Please go faster Mr. Horse'). If that checks out, chew on the boots a little to make sure they're made of real cow. Or boy.
This is really a terrible situation on my part. This thread just forced me to spill the beans. I am a "god among men", don't tell anyone. But I bet I'm not alone, gotta find another "god among men" ones.LIONHEART-_-I call your bluff. I am hereby telling you differently.
I don't get it.
I had 2 tabs open, one replying to a thread about a PS2 game, the other replying to a thread in the mod-only forum. After I submitted a lengthy response to the topic in the mod forum, I was too tired for the PS2 thread, closed the tab, and went to bed. When I woke up, I discovered that my article of sensitive material was, of course, posted in the PS2. A user had enough sense to report it and the post was deleted.
And then there was the time my account was hacked and posted some rather unsettling photos...
Being popular does not necessarily make one a good poster. As shown time and time again, mods might not be the most popular of forumites but they are the ones that put the most into their posts and into the community as a whole.
It's a bit ofboth - we get new morons flooding the forums and making crap topics, and the mods also ban our most interesting and experienced users for ridiculous reasons.
I thought the mods were meant to make this forum a better place, but by banning popular users for one or two minor offences, are you really improving it?bangell99