Discussion in 'About the Members' started by WhoAmI?, Jan 11, 2009.
And so the question is once again posed: who am I?
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Enough care that the game goes on.
I am not mrow.
Lol Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!. Wait, is there really a mrow? I thought Challenger was just saying 'mrow' as in slang for 'meow' as in 'meow baby' due to your defending your reason to do round 14, laugh Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!.
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Well, I know who the new person is, but I don't really know anything about said person. So it's up to said person, but I want to ask a few questions too even though I can't guess who it is Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!. Said person may decide not to answer me though, it's up to said person.
Well, here's my question, it seems to be fairly standard- where do you live? Be as vague as you like; for instance, you can say 'south of new york', as Challenger said, even if you're in Australia ;-).
Hey, where's your sense of holiday guessing spirit Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!?
Challenger, why did you think it was me?
I find it a source of constant fascination that the majority of readers on this and other forums suffer from poor reading comprehension, generally brought about by a tendency to jump to a concussion.
I did not say that I did not care, I asked who does care. There is a distinct and important difference between those two concepts.
A purely random guess, Based on the curt response WhoAMI? gave.
It isn't you right ?
Plus, I think you participated in some other round.
Nope, not me. I did participate in another round. I was just curious what it was that brought me to mind, since I doubt I'd be a common guess. So I give curt responses then...hmm...sorry about that then. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
WhoAmI, do you live in the U.S.?
I live south of the North Pole. (Was that vague enough for you?)
Actually - on a tangent thought - since the axis of the planet is not completely vertical but slanted, are there not some parts of the Earth that are, in fact, north of the North Pole? It's a question I've always wondered about.
To me, America is more than a jumble of lines on a map. It is an ideal, it is the paradigm of a grand democratic tradition, it is a romantic notion for all the peoples of the world to pursue. George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson -- these men and their compatriots, two centuries ago, set a new course in the history of mankind, and the hope of the species lies in our ability to follow in their footsteps. So: Do I live in America? Depends on your definition.
Ich bin ein Berliner!
No, I am not Draqon.
yep. either he does or wants to be one, he could be an american living overseas.
You win the Challenger Award on Vagueness!. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
I take it from your jargon, you possibly post in geography or physics, as well as a dabble in EM&J and Politics, given the rhetoric present in the speech about America. And History as well..
At least it narrows' it down from the cesspool.
and I live in Milky Way Galaxy.
There's a trick to this, You have to give information, but only those who think outside the box, can decipher it. For instance. those who did not think outside the box, automatically assumed that when I said "south of NY", I was in the US.
I take the award back, realising your answer was too vague WhoamI?,
Also, could you clear out the PM box, And ensure whoever wants the next round PM's you personally.
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