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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Wed Jul 25, 2012 7:22 pm

Dave, thanks for moving this to OT. Could we also lock the thread?

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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Wed Jul 25, 2012 7:26 pm

surfingslovak wrote:Dave, thanks for moving this to OT. Could we also lock the thread?
Locking the thread is the very least that should be done. While I am not generally in favor of censorship, this thread is just an ad hominem attack with resulting responses.
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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Wed Jul 25, 2012 7:30 pm

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Re: Early Capacity Losses-Was(Lost a bar...down to 11)

Wed Jul 25, 2012 7:39 pm

TonyWilliams wrote:
OrientExpress wrote:
LEAFfan wrote:Only people who appear to be in Nissan's pocket don't have the sense of smell because they're too close to the stench.
One of the sure signs of dementia is paranoia and being convinced that everything smells bad.
Not sure if this method is going to gather you converts to your viewpoint. I'm not sure if you're just a robotic cheerleader for Nissan, or if you don't think ANY car that has +30% less performance is a problem.

Clearly, you are the minority.
Tony, that's Volusiano's quote, not mine. I'm the "+1!"
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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Thu Jul 26, 2012 12:43 am

surfingslovak wrote:Dave, thanks for moving this to OT. Could we also lock the thread?
No problem. But in my experience, locking threads just causes these heated topics to pop-up somewhere else. Consider this a cooling off area. If you don't like like where the discussion is headed, I suggest unsubscribing from the topic.
LEAFfan wrote:Tony, that's Volusiano's quote, not mine. I'm the "+1!"
I apologize for messing up the quoting - when I moved the posts here the forum software mangled a bunch of the quotes and I had to go back and manually fix them and got yours wrong.

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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:44 am

drees wrote:
surfingslovak wrote:Dave, thanks for moving this to OT. Could we also lock the thread?
No problem. But in my experience, locking threads just causes these heated topics to pop-up somewhere else. Consider this a cooling off area. If you don't like like where the discussion is headed, I suggest unsubscribing from the topic.
LEAFfan wrote:Tony, that's Volusiano's quote, not mine. I'm the "+1!"
I apologize for messing up the quoting - when I moved the posts here the forum software mangled a bunch of the quotes and I had to go back and manually fix them and got yours wrong.
If nobody responds then he is essentially talking to himself. :lol: Crazy.

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Re: Early Capacity Losses-Was(Lost a bar...down to 11)

Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:44 am

WRONG NAMES:
OrientExpress wrote:
LEAFfan wrote:
Volusiano wrote:Nothing smells right when you don't have a sense of smell.
Only people who appear to be in Nissan's pocket don't have the sense of smell because they're too close to the stench.
+1!
LEAFfan, I think you had the names mixed up in your post #6 in the first place (see above, which has the wrong names), and Tony simply quoted it and you caught Tony's quote which showed the error.

The actual names for your post #6 should be the following:

CORRECT NAMES:
LEAFfan wrote:
Volusiano wrote:
OritenExpress wrote:Nothing smells right when you don't have a sense of smell.
Only people who appear to be in Nissan's pocket don't have the sense of smell because they're too close to the stench.
+1!
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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:19 pm

As the author of the original post which seems to be at the root of this exchange, I find this particular sub-thread rather pointless, as it doesn't include the original statement. It's just a rather free-floating argument. Or actually, I think Michael Palin would probably contend that it isn't an argument at all. An argument is a series of statements intended to support a proposition......

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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:21 pm

Nope, in the original post, I didn't change anything. I just put a +1! after your 'stench' post.
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Re: Stuff that smells (or doesn't according to your perspect

Thu Jul 26, 2012 2:23 pm

Nubo wrote:As the author of the original post which seems to be at the root of this exchange, I find this particular sub-thread rather pointless, as it doesn't include the original statement. It's just a rather free-floating argument. Or actually, I think Michael Palin would probably contend that it isn't an argument at all. An argument is a series of statements intended to support a proposition......

That's it! Time's up. Good morning. :lol:
That was never five minutes just now!

I'm afraid it was.

No it wasn't?!
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