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Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 10:05:36
:confused:

The forum's dead!

Greg W
20-05-2004, 10:06:27
I forgot "anyone"'s password. :clueless:

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 10:09:01
It's "smartarse".

zmama
20-05-2004, 10:09:09
Just woke up....maybe I'll be awake enough to post in a few hours. Or not.

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 10:10:02
That's just not good enough!

zmama
20-05-2004, 10:11:50
Tough...I need more coffee. Lots more coffee

Tizzy
20-05-2004, 10:12:10
I'm too asleep to post

Greg W
20-05-2004, 10:12:11
Originally posted by Funkodrom
It's "smartarse". Ooooh, a sarcasm detector. What a useful invention. *sound of loud explosion*

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 10:12:21
You'll be sorry when the forum's dead and you have to go to Apolyton.

Greg W
20-05-2004, 10:14:48
Bah, the forum is always dead!

Must be time for another crisis anyway. :cute:

zmama
20-05-2004, 10:14:57
:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

Greg W
20-05-2004, 10:16:02
Between you and Tizzy, there's some good X-posting going on. :D

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 10:16:33
We don't need intelligent and/or coherent posts (not that we get those anyway), just posts.

Greg W
20-05-2004, 10:19:15
Good, we'll all fit right in then. :gotit: More football posts coming up.

Tizzy
20-05-2004, 10:19:53
We DEFINITELY don't need football posts

DaShi
20-05-2004, 10:27:19
Blah.

MoSe
20-05-2004, 11:37:02
"anymore"

Greg W
20-05-2004, 12:16:13
Pfffffft. I barely even posted any football posts. And nobody cared about my Australia v Turkey football thread. Guess we really do suck! :cry:

My only regret is that my plans to blackmail management into giving us a Sports Forum failed! :bash:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
20-05-2004, 12:23:20
It's a holiday here, I'm enjoying a lazy day at home in the sun. Although I'm doing a bit of reading for work.

When my terrace is in the shadow, I'll get a nice cool beer. :beer:

protein
20-05-2004, 12:36:16
Its' the football stuff putting people off.

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 12:38:21
That was Greg's response to this thread, and we've had more posts today than most days. So sport is saving CG! :beer:

Greg W
20-05-2004, 12:40:41
Go Sport!

MDA
20-05-2004, 12:41:27
blah

zmama
20-05-2004, 13:16:30
Boo sport.

:sleep:

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 13:18:50
Your own fault!

zmama
20-05-2004, 13:20:56
HEY I had life stuff to do! I come back and you and amino acid are arguing about football again. Blah

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 13:21:50
He won't stop calling me a hooligan.

zmama
20-05-2004, 13:25:47
Would you prefer sheepshagging poof?

The Mad Monk
20-05-2004, 13:34:52
I would post, but I'm intimidated by all the sports threads. :(

Tizzy
20-05-2004, 13:35:04
Originally posted by zmama
HEY I had life stuff to do! I come back and you and amino acid are arguing about football again. Blah

We know that can't be true - no-one on CG has a life!

zmama
20-05-2004, 13:37:46
I wish...Mad Squirrel spilled a giant mocha all over my floor to ceiling curtains and the carpet. I've been trying to get the choco/milk/sugar/coffee stains out. :grumble:

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 13:39:37
That's an impressive spill!

The Mad Monk
20-05-2004, 13:39:57
What about the Mad Squirrel stains?

The Mad Monk
20-05-2004, 13:40:44
I wish I had a giant mocha. :(

zmama
20-05-2004, 13:42:21
Originally posted by The Mad Monk
What about the Mad Squirrel stains?

Eh, blood is easy...just a bit of hydrogen peroxide :D

The Mad Monk
20-05-2004, 13:42:22
I hope you have those curtains soaking in cold water -- if that milk dries, you're done.

zmama
20-05-2004, 13:46:26
Yeah and cold water sets the chocolate stain. Great huh?

The Mad Monk
20-05-2004, 13:48:00
I hadn't heard that about cold water and chocolate.

No wonder all my clothes are brown. :(

Martini
20-05-2004, 13:55:02
Originally posted by The Mad Monk
I hadn't heard that about cold water and chocolate.

No wonder all my clothes are brown. :(

I thought it was hot water that set stains?:confused:


though i never do any washing anyway, so i wouldnt really know

zmama
20-05-2004, 14:08:22
Not fat stains...chocolate is fat + other stuff

Lurker
20-05-2004, 14:12:54
Why doesn't anyone post? Look at the thread title page and that should answer the question.

protein
20-05-2004, 14:14:01
Originally posted by Funkodrom
He won't stop calling me a hooligan.
I'm not calling you a hooligan, I've tried subtly hinting that some of us don't want to hear about football and now I've gone more vocal.

It's my response to all the football threads.

You're not a hooligan, you just like something that hooligans live for. Football.

MoSe
20-05-2004, 14:26:35
Originally posted by zmama
Not fat stains...chocolate is fat + other stuff

A very effective agent to remove fat stains (but maybe not the "+ other stuff", i.e. other substances that come along with fat in foods, usuallywith coloring effects...), is
TRICHLOROETHYLENE (http://www.epa.gov/safewater/contaminants/dw_contamfs/trichlor.html)
beware, use it in ambients with proper aeration.
To the names list in the link, add Trielina®, which by us has become a common language name, like cellophane.

zmama
20-05-2004, 14:29:31
That stuff is nasty...birth defects and cancer and stuff

MoSe
20-05-2004, 14:29:49
Originally posted by protein
some of us don't want to hear about football

No one forces you to listen nor heed
Originally posted by protein
It's my response to all the football threads.
No one forces you to read them

Funkodrom
20-05-2004, 14:33:44
Originally posted by protein
I'm not calling you a hooligan, I've tried subtly hinting that some of us don't want to hear about football and now I've gone more vocal.

So don't read them.

MoSe
20-05-2004, 14:34:55
Originally posted by zmama
That stuff is nasty...birth defects and cancer and stuff

Not coincidentally the link I provided is the EPA one indeed.

But if you're willing to take some risks ;), it IS very effective.
We have a Trielina bottle in a closet since 10 years, that once in a very long while we still happen to use for DIY stains emergency removal.
I thought that it was still currently sold in stores...

protein
20-05-2004, 14:35:14
Or maybe you could post your football statistics and tables in the Games forum and I won't have to sift through all the threads to get to something non-football related.

MoSe
20-05-2004, 14:35:27
Originally posted by Funkodrom
So don't read them.
don't copycat my posts!!!! :p

MoSe
20-05-2004, 14:50:52
Originally posted by protein
Or maybe you could post your football statistics and tables in the Games forum and I won't have to sift through all the threads to get to something non-football related.

Half of the threads in the main forum are about issues that don't interest me and some of them I don't even open to check.
Not for this reason I should ask to segregate them in a ghetto forum.

You can't expect that EVERY thread in the main fourm appeals to EVERY poster and lurker.

For the most libertarian of us all, you sound a bit like a forum-nazi! :p

MDA
20-05-2004, 15:14:46
Originally posted by zmama
That stuff is nasty...birth defects and cancer and stuff

Didn't "they" once use carbon tetrachloride, which was worse?

zmama
20-05-2004, 15:16:46
Yeah...
I'm starting with peroxide first though

Drekkus
20-05-2004, 15:49:26
It's a holiday here as well.

Chris
20-05-2004, 15:53:47
Well, if it makes Funko happy:

anymore

jsorense
20-05-2004, 15:54:00
x-post, oh the shame.:o

Chris
20-05-2004, 15:54:44
anymore

zmama
20-05-2004, 16:34:22
Quoth the raven

Chris
20-05-2004, 16:54:49
Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December;
And each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor.

MDA
20-05-2004, 17:36:29
I've heard soaking clothes in ice water works if the blood hasn't dried.

Why that would be better than regular water isn't readily apparent to me. Old wives' (or EMT's) tale, maybe.

zmama
20-05-2004, 17:37:59
Stains came out...Mad Squirrel can live another day.

BigGameHunter
20-05-2004, 17:53:22
Darn!

The Mad Monk
20-05-2004, 18:29:47
Originally posted by MDA
I've heard soaking clothes in ice water works if the blood hasn't dried.

Why that would be better than regular water isn't readily apparent to me. Old wives' (or EMT's) tale, maybe.

Simple, really.

Cold blood won't clot.

protein
23-05-2007, 01:26:48
:bounce:

The Mad Monk
23-05-2007, 02:48:54
You're happy that cold blood won't clot?

Greg W
23-05-2007, 04:35:02
I like how it took him 2 years to realise it though.

Immortal Wombat
23-05-2007, 13:30:58
(pssst, 3 years)

Tizzy
23-05-2007, 13:33:21
Nice maths Greg.

Vincent
23-05-2007, 13:35:40
How did he do that?

King_Ghidra
23-05-2007, 13:39:57
his abacus is broken

+ stupidity

Greg W
24-05-2007, 13:19:45
See, you can't get anything past these people. :nervous:

Venom
24-05-2007, 13:29:13
Dignity and hygiene passed by many of these people a long time ago.