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  • Doggboy
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    Originally posted by skroo
    Why evangelise? You're now typing like a normal person. Mission accomplished. Besides, the entire weekend's one gigantic drinking game.
    Agreed, let's do away with the formality of a drinking game and just drink. Besides in the last 5 years I've been going to Defcon I've seen nothing even close to social drinking there. Alchoholicaust here I come!

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  • Voltage Spike
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    Originally posted by skroo
    the entire weekend's one gigantic drinking game.
    Since I know it will bring a smile to someone's face:

    Glen Quagmire: Who wants to play drink the beer?
    Peter: Right here.
    [drinks beer]
    Peter: What do I win?
    Glen Quagmire: Another beer.
    Peter: I'm going for the high score.

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  • skroo
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    Originally posted by Doggboy
    Perhapse we will meet at DC and you can evangelize me on the benefits of proper grammer and spelling. We could turn it into a drinking game. I say or spell something wrong and I take a shot. As time goes on it could get interesting.
    Why evangelise? You're now typing like a normal person. Mission accomplished. Besides, the entire weekend's one gigantic drinking game.

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  • Doggboy
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    Originally posted by TheCotMan
    If that game were to work, I think it would need to go the other way; every time you make a mistake that was caught, you would buy alcohol for the person that caught it. This way, the reward goes in the direction it should go.
    Given my penchant for the abuse of the english language, I might over-extend my budget for DC with your rules for the game. I'd much rather be rewarded for my ignorance, it's the American way. Stupidity = Rewards. Look no further than our President for an example of this.

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  • TheCotMan
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    Originally posted by Doggboy
    Perhapse we will meet at DC and you can evangelize me on the benefits of proper grammer and spelling. We could turn it into a drinking game. I say or spell something wrong and I take a shot. As time goes on it could get interesting.
    If that game were to work, I think it would need to go the other way; every time you make a mistake that was caught, you would buy alcohol for the person that caught it. This way, the reward goes in the direction it should go.

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  • Doggboy
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    Perhapse we will meet at DC and you can evangelize me on the benefits of proper grammer and spelling. We could turn it into a drinking game. I say or spell something wrong and I take a shot. As time goes on it could get interesting.

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  • skroo
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    Originally posted by Doggboy
    As my former teacher used to say

    I am a programer
    I am a proggramer
    I write code
    I don't doubt for a moment that he said that, as trying to live it would be damned near impossible when you can't even spell your profession correctly.

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  • Doggboy
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    Originally posted by skroo
    No problem. It was either that or remedial English, though I'm still up in the air as to which would be more beneficial.
    As my former teacher used to say

    I am a programer
    I am a proggramer
    I write code

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  • skroo
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    Originally posted by Doggboy
    Thanks for pointing out my need for hooked on foniks
    No problem. It was either that or remedial English, though I'm still up in the air as to which would be more beneficial.

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  • Doggboy
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    Originally posted by skroo
    The latter's probably true. Most feds would probably be able to successfully spell the words 'are', 'to', 'dude', and 'people' correctly.
    Thanks for pointing out my need for hooked on foniks

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  • skroo
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    Originally posted by Doggboy
    I always see ppl asking so I thought I would save the trouble. Addtionally we do not work for any gov agency.
    The latter's probably true. Most feds would probably be able to successfully spell the words 'are', 'to', 'dude', and 'people' correctly.

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  • Doggboy
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    Originally posted by KeLviN
    i bet that killers always say they're not killers to people that ask......
    I always see ppl asking so I thought I would save the trouble. Addtionally we do not work for any gov agency.

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  • Voltage Spike
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    Originally posted by KeLviN
    i bet that killers always say they're not killers to people that ask......
    I'd like to think that if I were a sociopathic killer, then I'd at least respect myself enough to be honest about it. I suppose every group is going to have people with self-esteem problems, though...

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  • KeLviN
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    Originally posted by Doggboy
    follow up if you wish, we r 2 d00d late 20's not killers
    i bet that killers always say they're not killers to people that ask......

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  • Doggboy
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    I dropped you a PM

    follow up if you wish, we r 2 d00d late 20's not killers

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