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Quote jelholyoake at 26 Oct 2009 6:54pm

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Quote Jim'll Fist It For U at 13 Oct 2009 9:43pm

Quote Dweeb at 13 Oct 2009 9:06pm
And as moderators wield power it cannot be said to be a level playing field, where mere mortals pay the ultimate price.


The ultimate price?

Have you been reading the Encyclopedia Dramatica?


Spliff & a cuppa tea for breakfast & this made me laugh! great morning already!

Well no one moderates the moderators, do they. Penge, I believe, says he speaks with only one voice. How can a 'moderator' say they apply the rules, when some moderators go round slagging people off.

Still I shall be moving along shortly.

Edited by Dweeb (16 Oct 2009 5:15pm)


Flouncy flounce flounce.


Nope just a statement of the inevitable, but thanks for your didactic intervention.


Due to my lack of intelligence or continuous reading of the dictionary I decided to investigate what your clever wording meant so I looked it up & found:

1. intended for instruction; instructive: didactic poetry.
2. inclined to teach or lecture others too much: a boring, didactic speaker.
3. teaching or intending to teach a moral lesson.

I choose to be #1 if that's ok? I don't really hold the high ground needed for #3 & I don't teach or lecture so that blows out #2 as well.

I'm taking it as a compliment & thank you for your kind words

Glad it's not me, i look things up too if i think people are trying to be clever with me. Nothing easier than trying to speak in simple terms, although trying to be clever sometimes ends up learnign something new.


Or alternatively, and I know there are some very intelligent people on this board so they can correct me, people use clever words, such as didactic, without knowing the meaning themselves & then look a bit foolish when their clever sentence is actually nonsense.

 

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Quote Southampton_Eagle at 26 Oct 2009 7:17pm

Quote jelholyoake at 26 Oct 2009 6:54pm

Quote Southampton_Eagle at 26 Oct 2009 6:42pm

Quote Dweeb at 19 Oct 2009 3:17pm

Quote Southampton_Eagle at 19 Oct 2009 1:56pm

Quote Dweeb at 16 Oct 2009 5:12pm

Quote Southampton_Eagle at 14 Oct 2009 8:55am

Quote Jim'll Fist It For U at 13 Oct 2009 9:43pm

Quote Dweeb at 13 Oct 2009 9:06pm
And as moderators wield power it cannot be said to be a level playing field, where mere mortals pay the ultimate price.


The ultimate price?

Have you been reading the Encyclopedia Dramatica?


Spliff & a cuppa tea for breakfast & this made me laugh! great morning already!

Well no one moderates the moderators, do they. Penge, I believe, says he speaks with only one voice. How can a 'moderator' say they apply the rules, when some moderators go round slagging people off.

Still I shall be moving along shortly.

Edited by Dweeb (16 Oct 2009 5:15pm)


Flouncy flounce flounce.


Nope just a statement of the inevitable, but thanks for your didactic intervention.


Due to my lack of intelligence or continuous reading of the dictionary I decided to investigate what your clever wording meant so I looked it up & found:

1. intended for instruction; instructive: didactic poetry.
2. inclined to teach or lecture others too much: a boring, didactic speaker.
3. teaching or intending to teach a moral lesson.

I choose to be #1 if that's ok? I don't really hold the high ground needed for #3 & I don't teach or lecture so that blows out #2 as well.

I'm taking it as a compliment & thank you for your kind words

Glad it's not me, i look things up too if i think people are trying to be clever with me. Nothing easier than trying to speak in simple terms, although trying to be clever sometimes ends up learnign something new.


Or alternatively, and I know there are some very intelligent people on this board so they can correct me, people use clever words, such as didactic, without knowing the meaning themselves & then look a bit foolish when their clever sentence is actually nonsense.


I think it's called a malapropism.

 


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View Southampton_Eagle's Profile Southampton_Eagle Flag At the after party 26 Oct 09 7.23pm Send a Private Message to Southampton_Eagle Add Southampton_Eagle as a friend

I'll be back in a bit, just going to look that one up n'all!

 

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View danincyp's Profile danincyp Flag Old Bexley 26 Oct 09 7.29pm Send a Private Message to danincyp Add danincyp as a friend

Just looked it up myself, not entirely convinced that I'm not talking bollo now.... It's a fever.

 


"I never did give anyone hell. I just told the truth and they thought it was hell."

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View Southampton_Eagle's Profile Southampton_Eagle Flag At the after party 26 Oct 09 7.40pm Send a Private Message to Southampton_Eagle Add Southampton_Eagle as a friend

Apparantly it's a Dogberryism - it is the substitution of a word for a word with a similar sound, in which the resulting phrase makes no sense but often creates a comic effect. It is not the same as an eggcorn, which is a similar substitution in which the new phrase makes sense on some level. Occasionally, a phrase is substituted for the original, e.g. Stan Laurel said "What a terrible cat's after me!" (i.e., catastrophe) in Any Old Port!.

Thank you Wiki for clearing that one up for me.

 

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Or you can use something called lateral thinking and work out that its about having a conversation where two or more parties inject views in an effort to reach mutually higher understanding of a subject. And then do some more lateral thinking about my original post

But then again you may not...

Whichever you choose please do not expect any further response from me because, I seriously cannot be asked. Truly...

Edited by Dweeb (26 Oct 2009 8:07pm)

 


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john_the_eagle Flag Amsterdam 30 Oct 09 11.17am

Dan H seems like a moody f***er...

 


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Quote john_the_eagle at 30 Oct 2009 11:17am

Dan H seems like a moody f***er...


Oi, watch it son, I know where you go to school.

Posh s***

 

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john_the_eagle Flag Amsterdam 30 Oct 09 11.29am

Quote DanH at 30 Oct 2009 11:27am

Quote john_the_eagle at 30 Oct 2009 11:17am

Dan H seems like a moody f***er...


Oi, watch it son, I know where you go to school.

Posh s***

It's so massive you'd never find me anyway

 


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Quote Cucking Funt at 19 Oct 2009 5:03pm

So, which mod slagged who off, and when?

Do tell.


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How surprising.

 


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Palace_denizen Flag filed under " time wasters " 08 Nov 09 2.33am

Quote john_the_eagle at 30 Oct 2009 11:17am

Dan H seems like a moody f***er...


a moody w@nker.

 


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john_the_eagle Flag Amsterdam 10 Nov 09 11.05am

Quote Palace_denizen at 08 Nov 2009 2:33am

Quote john_the_eagle at 30 Oct 2009 11:17am

Dan H seems like a moody f***er...


a moody w@nker.



 


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