Mutual ignore software feature, AKA Yet Another Policy Discussion

Discussion in 'The Undercity' started by seebs, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. Exohedron

    Exohedron Doesn't like words

    I wasn't aware that you were looking for someone to take up the slack, or I could have offered my services.
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  2. spockandawe

    spockandawe soft and woolen and writhing with curiosity

    Slash, also, @rigorist, I just re-noticed the colorful glasses in your avatar and reminded me of this one picture I drew this one time, and to cut a long story short, if I have to remember about rigorist curriculums, so does everybody else

    rigorist curriculums.jpg
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  3. Snitchanon

    Snitchanon What's a mod to a nonbeliever.

    Pretty sure arsehole slack isn't something anyone wants to consider.
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  4. keltena

    keltena putting the fun in executive dysfunction

    I don't find your kinkshaming very conducive to the stated goals of this forum. >:(
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  5. ASPD Anon

    ASPD Anon Vagitarian

    Funny story, actually. I told my father to buy Marvel stock when I was nine, after he explained stocks to me. I liked cartoons, and I figured comics were basically the same, and I was nine. Solid nine-year-old logic.

    That was in 2007. In 2008, the first Iron Man came out, and the entire MCU followed. My mother never let him forget it.
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  6. evilas

    evilas Sure, I'll put a custom title here

    lol, a similar thing happened to me in 2011.
    The difference? I'm a Nintendo fanboy and was convinced that their new console would be one hell of a success and that everyone would have it and the stock would skyrocket because look it is so good and it's Nintendo why wouldn't everyone instantly jump on Nintendo's newest console which was guaranteed to be a massive hit because it was Nintendo?

    Turns out the WiiU kiiiinda had meh sales at best lol
  7. keltka

    keltka the green and brown one

    I kept trying to convince my dad to buy Apple stock when I was in fifth grade
    Cut to my freshman year of college, he finally does—if he'd listened when I first said, he would've made $600 on each of 'em.
  8. palindromordnilap

    palindromordnilap Well-Known Member

    I asked my parents if I could buy Bitcoins back when they were $5 each.
  9. Lizardlicks

    Lizardlicks Friendly Neighborhood Lizard

    Rigs, you're a lawyer... I know enough lawyers to feel it's a fairly accurate statement to say being an asshole is a dedicated lifestyle, and playing devil's advocate is something you literally can't turn off because other wise you would be pretty crap at your job that you get paid money for presumably doing well.
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