Please Brench!

Transit

Visitor
I disagree.

I mean, how can we possibly decide we don't want this brand new thread when we haven't even seen what it might eventually contain?

With nothing solid yet to base an opinion on, I say no one is allowed to express a negative opinion about this thread until we wait a year or so and see how it eventually turns out.

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Wow. I just got the wierdest feeling of Deja Vue...

:D
 

Tewligan

Visitor
I hesitate to even call this "deletion" anymore. It's some form of removing posts, but it's not the deletion I recognize.
 

wgreen

Visitor
I'VE SPENT OVER $3000 ON THIS THREAD AND NOW YOU'RE DELETING IT ALREADY?!? #$%^@ YOU, ENWORLD!!!!!1111!0.999...
 

Piratecat

Writing Fantasy Gumshoe!
I'm not deleting this thread until the next .5 edition comes out, just as an excuse to wring message board posts out of me.

And really, the old deleted threads were a lot more fun.
 

Nifft

Penguin Herder
wgreen said:
I'VE SPENT OVER $3000 ON THIS THREAD AND NOW YOU'RE DELETING IT ALREADY?!? #$%^@ YOU, ENWORLD!!!!!1111!0.999...
I think you have won something. Hopefully more than just this (deleted) thread, though. :)

Cheers, -- N
 

Ilium

Visitor
Deleting threads? We've been doing that in our homebrew messageboards for years. It's like you're reading my mind!
 

Lackhand

Visitor
Hell was repetition. In this thread, to make it easier to game, Hell will be defined as locked thread with no posts in it on the one hand, and "other posters" on the other.

Bitterly divisive.
 

Celebrim

Legend
How digital. Deletion is just another example of power creep introduced to attract the younger 'cut-and-paste' crowd that thinks every forum should work like some sort of computer word processor.
 

Av3rnus

Visitor
Bah. The posts I grew up reading were 'expunged', not 'deleted'. I guess it just goes to show how threads are catering to the anime and WoW crowds these days...
 

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