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Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15963] Wed, 18 March 2009 22:48 Go to next message
joe.m.segal
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Registered: September 2008
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What if people started responding to the eyefuck posts from mike
gerics, in TOAD's style, in the same way he responds to everyone
else. It might look something like this. I think after a few replies
the world would be swallowed whole by the mass jumble of text. Try to
read... and mike, I DARE you to reply to this shit.

On Mar 17, 10:09 pm, ageric...@yahoo.com wrote:
> > > > With notice that the disc is being put into play, it doesn't matter
> > > > exactly where the pivot is set, because the marker will have a split
> > > > second to adjust his position to make up for any variation.
>
> > how much is it gonna take for you to argue about?
>
> ---are you asking 'how much distance from the spot' am i gonna argue
> about?

--yes

> i'm not going to argue.

--ok, sounds good so far, let's see where he's going with this...

> i'm going to call a travel if it's not where it should be.

--correct. but what do you mean by "not where it should be"? like
exact down to the millimeter? are you gonna get down and move the
thrower's foot to where you want it? how far away can I be without
you calling travel? answer dammit!

> but MORE IMPORTANTLY....i'm not going to CONSIDER a ground tap WHEN
> DECIDING if the disc is being put into play at the right place.

--well go ahead and be stubborn about it why doncha

> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> are you gonna argue
>
> > with the offensive player about an inch on a spot? two inches?
>
> ----why are you even asking about an inch or two from the spot?
> i'm not going to argue about any inches...
> i'm going to stand at the spot on the line where the disc should be
> put into play....and i'm going to expect the thrower to walk over and
> put his pivot foot about a disc diameter away from me at the right
> spot.

-- "about a disc diameter away from me at the right spot"? this is as
precise as one can be? ok so we're talking about a pivot foot,
right? the pivot foot should be about a disc away from what? your
chest? that seems hard. do you have to stand perfectly still for
this? how is the O gonna know exactly what' gonna make you happy.
you know the O doesn't mark the D, right? what if the O and D
disagree about the spot by more than a disc diameter? are you gonna
stop play and argue about it every time? should the spot be wherever
mike g thinks it is every time, whether he is on O or D? if mike g is
neither the O or D player, tie goes to whoever knows mike g better,
and that person gets to choose the spot.

> I AM going to wonder why the fuck he's leaning over at my wasteline
> tapping the disc on the ground while i'm saying 'stalling
> 1-2...'...when he should be standing up keeping an eye on the
> field.....

--cause that's a rule

because that ground tap is dumb as hell and useless.
> i might even try to kick block his ground tap, thinking that he might
> be trying throw a pass.....oooops...
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> how
>
> > much is it gonna take? a foot? two feet? how much is it gonna take
> > for you to stop play and fight about exactly where a spot is?
> > seriously, give me an answer.
>
> ----i don't know. what does it matter.

--it matters. the fact that you can't give an answer should tell you
something.

> isn't this about the ground tap?

--yes.

> if the pivot foot is supposed to be on/at/just inside the line....then
> that's where it should be.

-- "supposed to be" and "should be" have similar meanings, that's
right.

> the ground tap doesn't help me, as a marker decide if there's a
> violation or not.

--right, it's about the spot and every time there's a disagreement
about more than X inches on the spot, it should cause stoppage of play
for a "spot dispute argument" (this will be the technical term in the
rule book).

> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
> > are you always gonna know for sure exactly where the spot is? NO.
>
> ---so what?
> the ground check doesn't help anyone know for sure either...

--yes, but what if we didn't care so much about "exactly" where the
spot should be, we could forego a bunch of arguments about it. let's
just let people pick a reasonable spot, give me a split second to
adjust my mark to whatever spot you've chosen, and let's play some
fuckin disc.

now comes the task of coming up with something for the O player to do
in that split second to kill time waiting for the slow-ass defender to
set his weak-ass mark. hmm.... let's have him bend "way the fuck
down" and touch the disc to the ground. that should eat up 4 or 5
tenths of a second. it's a bitch, but u know, like they say: "ya
gotta do something."

and it
> doesn't "settle" the uncertainty.
> the ground check doesn't help us agree where the spot is.

-- let's agree to disagree about the spot, but more importantly, let's
agree to agree on a way that enables us not to have to worry so much
about inches. ground tap.

just do the f'n ground tap.

do the f'n ground tap.

do it already!

ground tap, mother f'ers!
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15969 is a reply to message #15963] Thu, 19 March 2009 01:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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On Mar 18, 10:48 pm, joe.m.se...@gmail.com wrote:
> What if people started responding to the eyefuck posts from mike
> gerics, in TOAD's style, in the same way he responds to everyone
> else.  It might look something like this.  I think after a few replies
> the world would be swallowed whole by the mass jumble of text.  Try to
> read...  and mike, I DARE you to reply to this shit.
>
> On Mar 17, 10:09 pm, ageric...@yahoo.com wrote:
>
> > > > > With notice that the disc is being put into play, it doesn't matter
> > > > > exactly where the pivot is set, because the marker will have a split
> > > > > second to adjust his position to make up for any variation.
>
> > > how much is it gonna take for you to argue about?
>
> > ---are you asking 'how much distance from the spot' am i gonna argue
> > about?
>
> --yes
>
> > i'm not going to argue.
>
> --ok, sounds good so far, let's see where he's going with this...
>
> > i'm going to call a travel if it's not where it should be.
>
> --correct.  but what do you mean by "not where it should be"?  like
> exact down to the millimeter?  are you gonna get down and move the
> thrower's foot to where you want it?  how far away can I be without
> you calling travel?  answer dammit!
>
> > but MORE IMPORTANTLY....i'm not going to CONSIDER a ground tap WHEN
> > DECIDING if the disc is being put into play at the right place.
>
> --well go ahead and be stubborn about it why doncha
>
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >   are you gonna argue
>
> > > with the offensive player about an inch on a spot?  two inches?
>
> > ----why are you even asking about an inch or two from the spot?
> > i'm not going to argue about any inches...
> > i'm going to stand at the spot on the line where the disc should be
> > put into play....and i'm going to expect the thrower to walk over and
> > put his pivot foot about a disc diameter away from me at the right
> > spot.
>
> -- "about a disc diameter away from me at the right spot"?  this is as
> precise as one can be?  ok so we're talking about a pivot foot,
> right?  the pivot foot should be about a disc away from what?  your
> chest?  that seems hard.  do you have to stand perfectly still for
> this?  how is the O gonna know exactly what' gonna make you happy.
> you know the O doesn't mark the D, right?  what if the O and D
> disagree about the spot by more than a disc diameter?  are you gonna
> stop play and argue about it every time?  should the spot be wherever
> mike g thinks it is every time, whether he is on O or D?  if mike g is
> neither the O or D player, tie goes to whoever knows mike g better,
> and that person gets to choose the spot.
>
> > I AM going to wonder why the fuck he's leaning over at my wasteline
> > tapping the disc on the ground while i'm saying 'stalling
> > 1-2...'...when he should be standing up keeping an eye on the
> > field.....
>
> --cause that's a rule
>
> because that ground tap is dumb as hell and useless.
>
> > i might even try to kick block his ground tap, thinking that he might
> > be trying throw a pass.....oooops...
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >  how
>
> > > much is it gonna take?  a foot?  two feet?  how much is it gonna take
> > > for you to stop play and fight about exactly where a spot is?
> > > seriously, give me an answer.
>
> > ----i don't know.  what does it matter.
>
> --it matters.  the fact that you can't give an answer should tell you
> something.
>
> > isn't this about the ground tap?
>
> --yes.
>
> > if the pivot foot is supposed to be on/at/just inside the line....then
> > that's where it should be.
>
> -- "supposed to be" and "should be" have similar meanings, that's
> right.
>
> > the ground tap doesn't help me, as a marker decide if there's a
> > violation or not.
>
> --right, it's about the spot and every time there's a disagreement
> about more than X inches on the spot, it should cause stoppage of play
> for a "spot dispute argument" (this will be the technical term in the
> rule book).
>
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
> > > are you always gonna know for sure exactly where the spot is?  NO.
>
> > ---so what?
> > the ground check doesn't help anyone know for sure either...
>
> --yes, but what if we didn't care so much about "exactly" where the
> spot should be, we could forego a bunch of arguments about it.  let's
> just let people pick a reasonable spot, give me a split second to
> adjust my mark to whatever spot you've chosen, and let's play some
> fuckin disc.
>
> now comes the task of coming up with something for the O player to do
> in that split second to kill time waiting for the slow-ass defender to
> set his weak-ass mark.  hmm.... let's have him bend "way the fuck
> down" and touch the disc to the ground.  that should eat up 4 or 5
> tenths of a second.  it's a bitch, but u know, like they say: "ya
> gotta do something."
>
> and it
>
> > doesn't "settle" the uncertainty.
> > the ground check doesn't help us agree where the spot is.
>
> -- let's agree to disagree about the spot, but more importantly, let's
> agree to agree on a way that enables us not to have to worry so much
> about inches.  ground tap.
>
> just do the f'n ground tap.
>
> do the f'n ground tap.
>
> do it already!
>
> ground tap, mother f'ers!

NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
grade.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15974 is a reply to message #15963] Thu, 19 March 2009 03:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> What if people started responding to the eyefuck posts from mike
> gerics, in TOAD's style,
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

--well...that way we'd know what sentence other people were refering
to when they answered.
and....it's was my style...way back in 94....
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15976 is a reply to message #15963] Thu, 19 March 2009 04:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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and mike, I DARE you to reply to this shit.

---your post would be easier to read if you included some divisions
between the statement to which you are replying/your remark.
like this.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> --yes

---you can work on it tho.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> --correct.  but what do you mean by "not where it should be"?  like
> exact down to the millimeter?  are you gonna get down and move the
> thrower's foot to where you want it?  how far away can I be without
> you calling travel?  answer dammit!


---no, i'm not going to measure...and i'm not sure why you dorks are
hooked on the 'inch' or 'millimeter' aspect of "where the disc should
be put into play"....
you geniuses keep bringing that up over and over and over and over
again.....and i've tried to make it clear that that distance IS NOT
what makes the ground tap necessary or not.
the tiny fraction of distance has nothing to do with the ground tap
being superfluous or not.

so....you guys keep asking for a distance....why?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> --well go ahead and be stubborn about it why doncha

---stubborn about what?
about not knowing why you smarties keep asking about inches and
millimeters?
i'm not so concerned about an inch like your wiener.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> -- "about a disc diameter away from me at the right spot"?  this is as
> precise as one can be?

---would tapping the ground make the spot more accurate?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 ok so we're talking about a pivot foot,
> right?

---nope, a useless ground check.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 the pivot foot should be about a disc away from what?


---well...you're supposed to give a disc diameter to the thrower....so
as long as you walk to the spot and have the disc flat in front of you
between you and the marker...
that's the right spot.
now...don't travel or have your foot out in the playing field
proper....have that pivot foot on/at/near the line and we're going to
play some ultimate.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 your
> chest?  that seems hard.

--my chest seems hard?
well...i work out some.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 do you have to stand perfectly still for
> this?

---no....i just have to be a defender in the sport of ultimate.
normally we mark by standing in front of the thrower.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 how is the O gonna know exactly what' gonna make you happy.
> you know the O doesn't mark the D, right?

----you sound like you have a personal problem with the common normal
run of the mill relationship between thrower and marker.
you play ultimate, right?
do you?
if you're the defender waiting for the thrower to walk up to the
painted brick mark....do you stand 5 or 8 feet over the side?...or do
you stand about a disc's diamter from the mark pointing in the
direction of your team's force?
sometimes, if there isn't a painted mark on the field, we establish a
sideline marker, like...the green chair as the constant brick mark.
when the disc goes out and the O calls BRICK, i go and wait in the
middle of the field even with the green chair. if this were
you....would you go stand by the rainbow umbrella about 15 yards from
the sideline rather than at the green chair in the middle of the
field?
you seem to assume that you the marker AND you the thrower would go to
the red trashcan and the rainbow umbrella. weird.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 what if the O and D
> disagree about the spot by more than a disc diameter?

---how?
when has that happened?
when are there two fucking piss ants like you trying to determine the
spot of the disc?
i've never seen two people debate the spot like you're suggesting
might happen.
i mean......are you toad?????
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 are you gonna
> stop play and argue about it every time?

---yes...every single time that it's never happened before.
i am going to argue every single time that it's never happened.
as a matter of fact....i'm going to get into a fist fight every single
time that it's never happened.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 should the spot be wherever
> mike g thinks it is every time, whether he is on O or D?  if mike g is
> neither the O or D player, tie goes to whoever knows mike g better,
> and that person gets to choose the spot.


---again....i've never seen a argument between a marker and thrower
about where the disc should come in at the line.
maybe you've seen the disc fly OB....and someone on the sideline point
and say "it went out about here" ....and then someone else go "no it
was about up here"....and as the thrower is walking to get the
disc....the two debaters end up agreeing on a spot....and the thrower
walks there and meets the marker who was listening....and when the
thrower gets there....the game starts.
i've seen THAT a million times, with nothing that's really a
DISAGREEMENT....but i've never seen the situation that you keep trying
to ask about over and over and over and over and over and over again.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
he's leaning over at my wasteline
> > tapping the disc on the ground while i'm saying 'stalling
> > 1-2...'...
>
> --cause that's a rule


****(note: here i left a previous remark AND yours in order to make
it clear what the conversation here is about while allowing you to see
what your one line comment was...to be clear)
-----not for long!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > > much is it gonna take?  a foot?  two feet?  

> --it matters.  the fact that you can't give an answer should tell you
> something.


---i've made this point clear above....crystal clear.
you're trying to justify the ground tap over an inch which is never an
issue.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> -- "supposed to be" and "should be" have similar meanings, that's
> right.
> --right, it's about the spot and every time there's a disagreement
> about more than X inches on the spot, it should cause stoppage of play
> for a "spot dispute argument" (this will be the technical term in the
> rule book).


----the ground tap doesn't put the disc into play at the proper spot.
the ground tap isn't an agreement about where the disc should be put
into play.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> --yes, but what if we didn't care so much about "exactly" where the
> spot should be, we could forego a bunch of arguments about it.  let's
> just let people pick a reasonable spot, give me a split second to
> adjust my mark to whatever spot you've chosen, and let's play some
> fuckin disc.


----i don't care exactly where the spot is. you keep asking about
inches and millimeters as if YOU CARE about the exact spot.
i don't CARE about the spot down to the blade of grass or mike g
emblazened poker chip marker or inch or milimeter.
i don't care about the 'exact' spot.
i want the disc put in at the right spot.
not a step into the field...not a step up or back on the line...
you twerps have asked about that inch or milimeter a hundred times and
have wondered why i haven't answered with a specific....it's because i
don't give a fuck about the EXACT spot as much as you think i should.
the spot is where we've decided the disc should come in.
it's a disc diameter in front of where the marker is waiting for you.
it's on/at/near the line, be it the endzone line, sideline, brick
mark...whatever.
if you run up and shove me with the disc....you're in the wrong spot.
if you run up and you're way over to my left or right....you're in the
wrong spot.
if you run up to the orange jacket laying on the sideline rather than
the green chair brick mark...you're in the wrong spot.
a ground check AIN'T gonna make you in the right spot.

what the hell is "adjust my mark".....i'm not going to give anyone a
moment to adjust their ANYTHING.
i'm going to go to the proper spot....and i'm going to play ultimate.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> now comes the task of coming up with something for the O player to do
> in that split second to kill time waiting for the slow-ass defender to
> set his weak-ass mark.


--BULLSHIT!
if the disc belongs to the O....why in gods name should/would they
give the other fucking team time to do anything?
they've got 10 seconds to throw.
if i'm the marker...i'm counting when the thrower gets to the
spot....i'm at 1 or 2 while he's bowing at my nuts!
sure.....take away a couple of your stall counts...but it's dumb as
hell to have that ground tap as a rule.

the thrower should lose a split second to the stalling D?????
i say no.
abolish the ground tap!

???kill time to wait for a defender to adjust???
nope...not gonna do it.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 hmm.... let's have him bend "way the fuck
> down" and touch the disc to the ground.  that should eat up 4 or 5
> tenths of a second.  it's a bitch, but u know, like they say: "ya
> gotta do something."


---no....you don't gotta do nothing except pivot, fake and throw.
that's your job as an offensive player.
abolish the ground tap.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> -- let's agree to disagree about the spot, but more importantly, let's
> agree to agree on a way that enables us not to have to worry so much
> about inches.  ground tap.


--covered that above.
no one except you cares about your inch.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> just do the f'n ground tap.
> do the f'n ground tap.
> do it already!
> ground tap, mother f'ers!


---superfluous...useless....unnecessary...waste of
time...ineffective...not a help...no need for it....
abolish the ground tap.

damn....my posting technique is the shit.
always has been.....always will be.

now...if people would stop writing suck long senseless posts....i'd
stick with my favored one liners....but people wanna keep talking
about their inches and milimeters....and blathering on about rules
that will soon be abolished.

abolish the ground tap.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15977 is a reply to message #15969] Thu, 19 March 2009 04:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> grade
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

--guess again.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15994 is a reply to message #15969] Thu, 19 March 2009 06:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Peterson
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On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:

> NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> grade.- Hide quoted text -

Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15996 is a reply to message #15994] Thu, 19 March 2009 06:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Wagenwheel
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On Mar 19, 9:09 am, Peterson <pevesteter...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> > grade.- Hide quoted text -
>
> Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.

Seidler, what's your educational background? Since we are 10th grade
dropouts, what you got going on in the educational realm?
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #15997 is a reply to message #15996] Thu, 19 March 2009 07:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
pautesch
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On Mar 19, 8:33 am, Wagenwheel <ewagensel...@ec.rr.com> wrote:
> On Mar 19, 9:09 am, Peterson <pevesteter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > > NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> > > grade.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.
>
> Seidler, what's your educational background?  Since we are 10th grade
> dropouts, what you got going on in the educational realm?

Seidler definitely has a point. I don't read anything from Toad or
Geric because of the horrible formatting. And I'm not anti-Mike Geric
at all.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16017 is a reply to message #15996] Thu, 19 March 2009 09:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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On Mar 19, 6:33 am, Wagenwheel <ewagensel...@ec.rr.com> wrote:
> On Mar 19, 9:09 am, Peterson <pevesteter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > > NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> > > grade.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.
>
> Seidler, what's your educational background?  Since we are 10th grade
> dropouts, what you got going on in the educational realm?

Don't be so thin skinned.
You can find me on LinkedIn.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16029 is a reply to message #16017] Thu, 19 March 2009 11:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Wagenwheel
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On Mar 19, 12:47 pm, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
> On Mar 19, 6:33 am, Wagenwheel <ewagensel...@ec.rr.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 19, 9:09 am, Peterson <pevesteter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > > > NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> > > > grade.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.
>
> > Seidler, what's your educational background?  Since we are 10th grade
> > dropouts, what you got going on in the educational realm?
>
> Don't be so thin skinned.
> You can find me on LinkedIn.

No thin skin, just a legit question. Must have poli-sci background
judging by the way you dodge the issue and avoid direct questions.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16030 is a reply to message #15997] Thu, 19 March 2009 11:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Wagenwheel
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On Mar 19, 10:25 am, Paul Utesch <paute...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 19, 8:33 am, Wagenwheel <ewagensel...@ec.rr.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 19, 9:09 am, Peterson <pevesteter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > > > NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> > > > grade.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.
>
> > Seidler, what's your educational background?  Since we are 10th grade
> > dropouts, what you got going on in the educational realm?
>
> Seidler definitely has a point.  I don't read anything from Toad or
> Geric because of the horrible formatting.  And I'm not anti-Mike Geric
> at all.

Gerics with an s.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16035 is a reply to message #15997] Thu, 19 March 2009 12:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
joe.m.segal
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On Mar 19, 10:25 am, Paul Utesch <paute...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 19, 8:33 am, Wagenwheel <ewagensel...@ec.rr.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 19, 9:09 am, Peterson <pevesteter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 19, 4:45 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
>
> > > > NC speak. You learn it on the street after you drop out of the 10th
> > > > grade.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > Boy is my Dad going to be super pissed when he reads this.
>
> > Seidler, what's your educational background?  Since we are 10th grade
> > dropouts, what you got going on in the educational realm?
>
> Seidler definitely has a point.  I don't read anything from Toad or
> Geric because of the horrible formatting.  And I'm not anti-Mike Geric
> at all.

jsyk, there's two different dudes here with simlar-ish names: joe
seidler and joe segal.
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16036 is a reply to message #15997] Thu, 19 March 2009 12:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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 I don't read anything from Toad or
> Geric because of the horrible formatting.  And I'm not anti-Mike Geric
> at all.
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--who is Geric?
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16235 is a reply to message #15963] Sun, 22 March 2009 03:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Daag Alemayehu
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I'm still trying to figure out why my name is on this thread. Dar,
help me out here?
Re: Daag, now THIS is what I call "pollution" [message #16274 is a reply to message #16235] Sun, 22 March 2009 20:24 Go to previous message
crusty
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On Mar 22, 6:05 am, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm still trying to figure out why my name is on this thread.  Dar,
> help me out here?

I think maybe it's "daag" as used in the Far Side comic strip as
opposed to a reference to you. just an idea. but maybe you have an
opinion on the ground tap?
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