Slick wrote on Dec 26, 2016, 17:44:
SlimRam wrote on Dec 26, 2016, 10:14:
RedEye9 wrote on Dec 26, 2016, 08:20:My powers of observation often scare MYSELF. Please observe 2 post above for Mr. Harlock's responce Slick and CJ Parker seem to be literally separated at birth. They both have HUGE superiority complexes and love to talk down to any unfortunate soul that actually wants to comment on a subject that they happen to be upon. Hell, they even have almost the same computer config as they said a few days ago. I do not care so let them do what they do, doesn't really matter to me *bows*. Merry Christmas to All!!!
SlimRam wrote on Dec 26, 2016, 01:58:GTFO, you might just have nailed it.
Hmmmm...after that post I think it's finally time to say it...
Welcome back harlock/rudra it's been awhile!
Slick, how do you feel about that.
CJ_parker and I couldn't be more socially opposed. The fact that I point out the oh-so few things we share in common is more a reflection about the absurdity of how 2 people with such fundamentally different views can occasionally share something in common.
99% of the time, CJ is just posting loud angry bullshit, and he'll probably take that as a compliment.
As for me, care to point out in this thread how I've been condescending?
There have been condescending posts made, but not by me. The last 2 days of SC thread posts I've made have been very civil.
Also, "how do i feel about that"? Don't really know what you're on about. I know when I started posting here a few years ago people were saying that I'm obviously "some other guy" can't remember the name. Is that what you're getting at? That I'm an imposter? That my thoughts and opinions aren't really my own? You should borrow CJ's tinfoil hat sometime...
Lighten up francis. I was simply making a pun that you were having a conversation with captain space cadet harlock, that was all. And by the way, Renolds called and they want their tin-foil back.
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