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PostPosted: June 18th, 2007 03:28:29 am 
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I would find an IRC chat nifty, indubitably.

Sorry for pissing you off with our quick words.

No no, I was at fault.


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It's all good, darling.

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Ah! It brings joy to my soul to find that this topic has had a flurry of activity again. It was most sad to find it void of any posting for such a long duration.

But now I am happy, and so will join in with your ramblings about hats and chatting, and additional such things.

BatmanAoD, I think I should say that you ought to audit your words with additional (I should find a synonym for that word) scrutiny, in particular whilst criticising Ushanka. I only say this in upshot of your slip up, that is that you used that particular glyph in your post.

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Anyway...mayhap you are right, but that shipping industry costs piracy forty trillion dollars annually.


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I only say this in upshot of your slip up, that is that you used that particular glyph in your post.

Oh, how ironic! I think lipogrammatism is too difficult for us all. How sad for us!


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I say that piratical gang who cost a particular industry much cash is at fault.

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In fact, the largest number is about 45 billion, although mathematicians suspect that there may be even larger numbers.

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Why do all of you fault piratical gangs? I think such gangs nifty. Indubitably so. Nifty is good, is it not?


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Ushanka wrote:
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I only say this in upshot of your slip up, that is that you used that particular glyph in your post.

Oh, how ironic! I think lipogrammatism is too difficult for us all. How sad for us!


Damn. And I was trying so hard too...


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Maianide wrote:
Why do all of you fault piratical gangs? I think such gangs nifty. Indubitably so. Nifty is good, is it not?


I was trying to support said gangs, but it was in that post that I did fail to stay within our lipogrammatical limits.

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FSMism says that piratical gangs fight global warming. Piracy is a vital act if our world is to stay at a constant climatological condition.


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Piracy may aid us in our fight to maintain climatological stability, but if it starts to harm my lipogrammatical ability, it has to go.

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Piracy of what? Gold, music, lasagna, what?

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Piracy of that sort which harms an industrial shipping company, I think.

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Piracy costs the shipping industry sixty billion dollars annually.

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Would it not be nigh impractically difficult if this topic should be said in palindromic stanza in addition to the constraint as of now.

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I'm not unfamiliar with palindromic lipograms, to wit:
"Madam, I'm Adam," or
"Was it a car or a cat I saw?"
I can't think of any on-topic originals, just
"Yar, piracy!"
"My car!"
I pray.

which is a bit.....rough.


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An IRC chat would suck. I can't think that fast.

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CJ's Jamist pic looks...odd...it is dull and blurry. I must ask our gracious hosts BH & LP (particularly LP) about this.

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Ahh, thank you for changing that. It was a gif, that's why it was blurry. (I had to contract its amount of kilobits so that it would work.) But now it works. Say, what do you think of my star control 2 pic? It is also blurry, and I don't think I can clarify it any. Do any of you know of a not-as-blurry tiny-kilobit kind of computing data for pics? (.jpg, gif, and so on) that I can try?

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Can God think?

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Why not?

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What is God?
Is God not simply what Is? Is it not from God (assuming His truth, that is to say, assuming that God is God and that God Is) that all things spring into what Is (lipogrammatization is making this difficult to discuss, I think)? Also think about how God is or is not within bounds of what humans think of as instants continuously changing--that is to say, that word which contains our taboo glyph and is part of our substitution for "f o r u m." Can such a God think?

I'm starting to think that such discussions should not avoid any particular glyphs.

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BatmanAoD wrote:
What is God?
I'm starting to think that such discussions should not avoid any particular glyphs.


I concur.

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I did it again! I'm most topical post-man on all forums!

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I should stop living on our forum.

On topic, if an automatically changing word shows up, am I at fault, knowing fully that I was using it?

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I think so. Just BBCodify-it so that it won't show up as you don't want it to.

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Good call. You know, I'm making way too many posts at this forum. I think I should stop for a day or two, or do that comic I was going to do. I don't know what it should discuss, though. I'm thinking it could discuss ordinary things in an ultraordinary way, sort of similar to TI. But not. Or I could just draw william's comic and chip in for writing.

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I don't think you can post "too much" in this particular part of our forum, for such word-manipulation activity is fun.

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Blynn wrote:
I'm not unfamiliar with palindromic lipograms, to wit:
"Madam, I'm Adam," or
"Was it a car or a cat I saw?"
I can't think of any on-topic originals, just
"Yar, piracy!"
"My car!"
I pray.

which is a bit.....rough.


That brings to mind this (in my opinion) fantastic joy:

A man
A plan
A canal
Panama

Is it not palindromic, and also factual? I think it is good. Alas, it is a copy; I cannot craft original writings with such a constraint (to whit, looking similar both frontways and back).

(I say, frontways is a good, valid word! If it annoys you so much, you may go for "forwards", but I am happy with my own word.)

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MH wrote:
A man
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A canal
Panama


That's class and a half.

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