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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    This is definitely one of the most unnecessary, annoying and childish threads on this forum. You should all be ashamed of yourselves for such ridiculous drama, which by the way has nothing to do with the topic of this forum.

    Your actions are damaging the reputation of this forum and annoying all members who are interested in fountain pens instead of gossip.

    I wish you continue to have fun in kindergarten. Be sure you are all on my ignore list from now on. Best.

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Did you feel that way when EoC was disrupting your private photo thread? or when you started the "is FP Geeks a pleasant place..." thread?

    Let's be clear. There was a warning of what this thread was going to be in the OP. Drama. You seem to have managed to read the whole thing, and engaged in it with your excoriation and proclamation of "ignoring"; rather than simply click "back" and disregard.

    Let's also be clear. EoC has a history, and appears to have blundered (as evidenced in the OP). This forum has been limping along with passive-aggressive nonsense, faux outrage or concern, and other bullshit.

    Maybe the site owner will ban lots of folks (including me). Maybe he'll kill the whole thing off. Maybe he'll appoint moderators. Maybe he'll let this play out however it plays out. His site, his rules; and that appears to include allowing of bringing all this to a head.

    I'm not interested in perpetuating the dysfunction anymore.

    It's amazing how much panic one honest man can spread among a multitude of hypocrites.
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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    I asked my AI engine Alias to analyze this.

    All it came up with was: “eat Pecan nut pie”

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by Farmboy View Post
    I asked my AI engine Alias to analyze this.

    All it came up with was: “eat Pecan nut pie”
    What? No scoop of French Vanilla Bean ice cream??

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Pecan pie has never been a British thing.
    Regards, Chrissy | My Blog: inkyfountainpens

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy View Post
    Pecan pie has never been a British thing.
    As the old saying goes, "Try it, you'll like it!"
    (And be sure it is warm!!)

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by dneal View Post

    I'm not interested in perpetuating the dysfunction anymore.
    good to hear

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by TSherbs View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dneal View Post

    I'm not interested in perpetuating the dysfunction anymore.
    good to hear
    It’s not a new stance.

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by Farmboy View Post
    I asked my AI engine Alias to analyze this.

    All it came up with was: “eat Pecan nut pie”
    Gosh, I've never seen a pecan "pie" with a top crust.
    Is it a pecan tart, or is a pie by operation of the Shoney's corollary?

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by Empty_of_Clouds View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dneal View Post
    I'm not interested in perpetuating the dysfunction anymore.
    And yet you still started this thread.
    The metaphor you haven’t grasped is something like lancing a boil.

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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Quote Originally Posted by kazoolaw View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Farmboy View Post
    I asked my AI engine Alias to analyze this.

    All it came up with was: “eat Pecan nut pie”
    Gosh, I've never seen a pecan "pie" with a top crust.
    Is it a pecan tart, or is a pie by operation of the Shoney's corollary?
    Yes .....again
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    Default Re: Dogs eatin' homework, and other tall tales...

    Please. Let us not add further commentary to this thread. Allow it to slide off the bottom of the page.

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