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Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
previous standards.

Who has an explanation?

-Michael
 
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Michael Scott Brown wrote:
> Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
> previous standards.
>
> Who has an explanation?

His DM took pity on him, and gave him enough experience to gain a level,
which he promptly spend on more ranks in Perform (Idiotic Usenet Postings).
 
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"Michael Scott Brown" <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
> previous standards.
>
> Who has an explanation?

The people I talk to need to be spoken to like morons.

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It's not a god complex when you're always right
 
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"Michael Scott Brown" <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote in
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> Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
> previous standards.
>
> Who has an explanation?
>
You keep feeding him. You let him follow you home, it's *your*
responsibility to clean his cage.

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Terry Austin wrote:
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> "Michael Scott Brown" <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote in
> news:lqL0e.3278$gI5.911@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net:
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> > Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
> > previous standards.
> >
> > Who has an explanation?
> >
> You keep feeding him. You let him follow you home, it's *your*
> responsibility to clean his cage.

You aren't suggesting that Michael remove Jeff's
feeding tube, are you?

-Bluto
 
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"Senator Blutarsky" <monarchy@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> Terry Austin wrote:
> >
> > "Michael Scott Brown" <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote in
> > news:lqL0e.3278$gI5.911@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net:
> >
> > > Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
> > > previous standards.
> > >
> > > Who has an explanation?
> > >
> > You keep feeding him. You let him follow you home, it's *your*
> > responsibility to clean his cage.
>
> You aren't suggesting that Michael remove Jeff's
> feeding tube, are you?

At least let me finish my puree'd double quarter pounder with cheese and
extra pickles. It's nice n just a tad chunky today.

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This is OT, but as I randomly like to visit various folk's personal web
sites, I have to make a suggestion, Jeff - you really need to separate
your professional and personal info on your site.

FWIW, _IF_ I were interested in a MCSD, and managed to find your site,
the paintball info and Southpark photoshop silliness would cause me to
discard your resume into a deep, round file.

Better to have an intro page where a viewer could go see the
professional side and not see all the personal info (TMI) unless they
chose to; or have your intro page be dedicated to your professional
experience/info with a link for your paintball and photoshopping
buddies to visit.
 
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Senator Blutarsky <monarchy@comcast.net> wrote:
> Terry Austin wrote:
>>
>> "Michael Scott Brown" <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote in
>> news:lqL0e.3278$gI5.911@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net:
>>
>> > Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
>> > previous standards.
>> >
>> > Who has an explanation?
>> >
>> You keep feeding him. You let him follow you home, it's *your*
>> responsibility to clean his cage.
>
> You aren't suggesting that Michael remove Jeff's
> feeding tube, are you?

Nah, just clamp it off.


Keith
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keith.davies@kjdavies.org bad habit shared between Norman invaders
keith.davies@gmail.com and Saxon barmaids!"
http://www.kjdavies.org/ -- Frog, IRC, 2005/01/13
 
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Senator Blutarsky <monarchy@comcast.net> wrote in
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> Terry Austin wrote:
>>
>> "Michael Scott Brown" <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote in
>> news:lqL0e.3278$gI5.911@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net:
>>
>> > Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
>> > previous standards.
>> >
>> > Who has an explanation?
>> >
>> You keep feeding him. You let him follow you home, it's *your*
>> responsibility to clean his cage.
>
> You aren't suggesting that Michael remove Jeff's
> feeding tube, are you?
>
Heh. Perhaps we should move it to the other end, to drain out some of the
bullshit.

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In article <lqL0e.3278$gI5.911@newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net>,
Michael Scott Brown <mistermichael@earthlink.net> wrote:
>Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
>previous standards.
>
>Who has an explanation?

It's Holy Week. Perhaps he felt some need to play a martyr.
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You're an ass. He's an assgrabber. It's a perfect match.

Except that when you talk, the match ignites a fartbreath flamewar.

- Ron ^*^


Michael Scott Brown wrote:
> Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
> previous standards.
>
> Who has an explanation?
>
> -Michael
>
>
 
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On Fri, 25 Mar 2005 03:18:41 GMT, "Michael Scott Brown"
<mistermichael@earthlink.net> scribed into the ether:

>Goslin has been moronic this week to a degree that exceeds all of his
>previous standards.
>
>Who has an explanation?

Someone at the Home was mean to him and took his pudding.
 
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alordofchaos@yahoo.com wrote:
> This is OT, but as I randomly like to visit various folk's personal
web
> sites, I have to make a suggestion, Jeff - you really need to
separate
> your professional and personal info on your site.
>
> FWIW, _IF_ I were interested in a MCSD, and managed to find your
site,
> the paintball info and Southpark photoshop silliness would cause me
to
> discard your resume into a deep, round file.
>

Chances are he's sending it as an attachment via ads from online job
postings. I'd do that if I was seeking employment. But I agree, the
SP stuff is bad PR if somebody looks at his site.

> Better to have an intro page where a viewer could go see the
> professional side and not see all the personal info (TMI) unless they
> chose to; or have your intro page be dedicated to your professional
> experience/info with a link for your paintball and photoshopping
> buddies to visit.