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jmc last won the day on July 9 2007

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  1. Home-built dual-core AMD Athlon, ATI Radeon HD 3450 graphics, dual monitors (1680x1050, 1360 x 768), 1 GB RAM, 2x 500 MB drive, Slackware Linux 13-1, DSL internet connection. That's the older box but it still works. Linux is the Energizer Bunny of OS's -- it just keeps going and going and going . . . -- or -- Home-built tri-core AMD Athlon, ATI Radeon HD 3450 graphics, dual monitors (1920 x 1080, both), 2 GB RAM, 1x 500 MB drive, 1x (soon to be 2x) 1TB drive, Slackware Linux 13.37, DSL internet connection. That's the newer box. Not cutting edge but it does what I need it to do. -- or -- Acer Aspire One netbook, Intel Atom processor, not much memory (like maybe a gig), Windows 7, 1024 x 600 display -- when I'm on the go. You need a bank of blinking lights under that monitor It would be at home on the bridge of the Enterprise!
  2. You are absolutely correct -- it has been a problem from day one. The Internet, by its very nature, is an anonymous place and some people like to use this anonymity to their own advantage. We have had members masquerade as females because they thought having access to the "For the Girls" forum would allow them an advantage in picking up women. It didn't work because women don't come here to get "picked up" and eventually, as reality dawned on these members, frustration set in and their true identity became known. The result was not pertty. We have had members masquerade as women because of the excitement of "pulling it off". And they did for a while but eventually living a lie gets boring. And they, perhaps subconsciously, make a slip. People really dislike being lied to. We know that there are a lot of faux "girls" in our membership. We generally don't have proof. Occasionally we do find proof and we confront the affected member but it takes a lot of effort and some luck to make it happen. We don't, after all, require a DNA sample from new members (and even if we did, we have no way to verify that the sample actually came from the member in question). We hold the view that it is not possible to fully appreciate high heels without considering the female perspective. Women have made it clear that they want a shield from male interference in their forum aned we extend this to them as a courtesy. I think most of us would agree the ladies deserve this courtesy at the very least. Do you really have an issue with a lady visiting the guys' forum? The women want a place of their own -- they have made this abundantly clear. Don't they deserve it? Your understanding is correct. Guys, in a stunning demonstration of a dearth of self-control, practically overran the girls' forum and the women felt unappreciated if not mildly threatened. So they left.
  3. <mod note> In the interest of clarity, I have renamed this thread. We now return to your regular programming . . . <end mod note>
  4. Welcome back! Yes, the site has changed quite a bit. We had a major software upgrade a while back and in the process we switched over to an entirely different operating system. All (well, virtually all) of the old functionality is there but some of it is in different places or works a bit differently. Further, there is a lot of new stuff too. For further details, explore the Technical and Site-Specific Announcements forums.
  5. In the interest of peace and harmony, I am locking this thread. We are an international forum, some of our members come from societies that do not allow personal ownership of firearms while others come from societies where firearm ownership is allowed. This is a topic that is never going to be settled and from previous experience, this discussion will escalate, get out-of-hand and cause strife.
  6. Hey, it's the Internet. Check the comments section on Youtube -- half of them are so inane they will make you fear for the future of humanity!
  7. Since they are boots, could you take up the extra space with some thick socks? If the boots go up high enough, you won't even see the socks.
  8. The (appalling lack of) quality of many of the comments on YouTube will lead one to fear for the future of our species. These cretins seem to have no qualms about letting their ignorance hang out for all the world to see. Expecting any kind of thought, consideration or even decency from such people is futile, that is why so many videos have comments disabled.
  9. They say "never criticize people who buy ink by the barrel". The same goes for people who have, and know how to use, a microphone! Don't hold out much hope for your heckler learning anything though. Such idiots seem to have inordinately thick skulls and not much to fill them.
  10. This is just cute. I saw this in one of the Google ads at the top of this site and had to check it out. The fine folks at 3M have been getting creative, now your Scotch tape can wear heels too! Here is a link to the page. It appears only the black stiletto and red wedge are available now, with others coming "Real Soon Now".
  11. That's not long-winded at all. In fact, your story has elements that a lot of us have lived -- myself included. Welcome Aboard!
  12. But what if you don't paint your pedals bright yellow? (Yeah, that was to make them show up on the camera.)
  13. She looks rather artificial, as do her friends. Figures in wax museums look more natural than she does. But to each his/her own.
  14. They look like decorated orthopedic shoes! Or combat boots with bling.
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