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Complete the phrase. "I post on this thread because I...
...really, geniunely like playing this game, or other similarly dumb games." 16%  16%  [ 75 ]
...really, geniunely like playing this game, or other similarly dumb games." 16%  16%  [ 75 ]
...want to raise my post count." 11%  11%  [ 51 ]
...want to raise my post count." 11%  11%  [ 51 ]
...want to escape from reality." 7%  7%  [ 34 ]
...want to escape from reality." 7%  7%  [ 34 ]
...love muffins. Just don't ask what that has to do with this thread." 9%  9%  [ 43 ]
...love muffins. Just don't ask what that has to do with this thread." 9%  9%  [ 43 ]
...started posting for one of the above reasons but now I CAN'T STOP!! !" 4%  4%  [ 20 ]
...started posting for one of the above reasons but now I CAN'T STOP!! !" 4%  4%  [ 20 ]
...am motivated by something else, which I will post." 4%  4%  [ 18 ]
...am motivated by something else, which I will post." 4%  4%  [ 18 ]
Total votes : 482

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04 Nov 2005, 3:57 pm

DrizzleMan wrote:
Query - perhaps we should implement a mutex to prevent simultaneous thread access? :D


Really interesting idea- but what's a mutex?



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04 Nov 2005, 7:15 pm

Searched for the word mutex and found it here http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=mutex.



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04 Nov 2005, 7:46 pm

Really, I can't understand that definition, much less even try to use it in context! :cry:


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04 Nov 2005, 7:58 pm

Namiko wrote:
Really, I can't understand that definition, much less even try to use it in context! :cry:


((Off topic- I think you meant to put a T starting there, but I'm not one to talk. I'll continue with T.))

That definition was mind boggling, but if we can make it work, that may be cool.



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04 Nov 2005, 8:17 pm

Understanding that definition was impossible for me too.



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04 Nov 2005, 9:21 pm

Bec wrote:
Understanding that definition was impossible for me too.


Very difficult to understand, that definition was.



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04 Nov 2005, 9:31 pm

Were you having a Yoda moment there, Serissa? :P



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04 Nov 2005, 11:42 pm

XXX is addictive, staying away I usually do.


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05 Nov 2005, 12:23 am

You're making an intelligent decision by staying away from it.



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05 Nov 2005, 12:43 am

Zoraster was a great wizard, and he disagrees with you all (except serissa because he is her great great grandfather and also a great fan of XXX)



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05 Nov 2005, 1:34 am

A great wizard!?! Then how come I never heard of Zoraster?



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05 Nov 2005, 5:53 am

Because he is mysterious and stealthy, much like renagade.



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05 Nov 2005, 7:42 am

Could you elaborate further?



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05 Nov 2005, 7:52 am

Doesn't need elaborating, quite self-explanatory. :: nods ::



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05 Nov 2005, 9:33 am

Everything you need to know about Zoraster is already within you. (or you could look him up in google)



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05 Nov 2005, 12:27 pm

stlf wrote:
Everything you need to know about Zoraster is already within you. (or you could look him up in google)


Find it myself using EFFORT???