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PostPosted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:07 pm 
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Anyone know why the "Death" forum is locked?


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It's where things die.


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Kate wrote:
It's where things die.


That doesn't answer the question. That just tells one what the forum is for, but not why it is locked. Next!


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Perhaps it does both.


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GAH!!

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It's pretty clear that it's where bad threads go to die.

Someone should make a thread and see what it takes to get in there.

But that someone is not me, because,
to use the immortal words of Immanuel Kant: "Not it."

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Kate wrote:
Perhaps it does both.
You answer as one with authority, but from whence does it come? Minerva has recognized the Horsemen, but has left you out. If you wouldn't mind explaining to the curious acolyte, just where do you fit in?


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Kate wrote:
Perhaps it does both.
You answer as one with authority, but from whence does it come? Minerva has recognized the Horsemen, but has left you out. If you wouldn't mind explaining to the curious acolyte, just where do you fit in?

It seems to me that Kate is merely spouting vague possibilities in the effort to be, shall we say, In Character.


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I am in no position to comment on Kate's authority.

However, she is correct. Death is for the dead. Or at least, that which deserves to be.


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Nesretep wrote:
Kate wrote:
Perhaps it does both.
You answer as one with authority, but from whence does it come? Minerva has recognized the Horsemen, but has left you out. If you wouldn't mind explaining to the curious acolyte, just where do you fit in?


Who wants to rule the world? You only end up doing all the train timetables.


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You have this annoying habit of being extremely vague in your responses. I must commend you on exceeding 1 sentence in this case though even if they are both fairly short.


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Why say any more than is necessary? Not everyone revels in verbosity.


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Truthfully, more can be said in brevity than in grandiloquence.


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I disagree.

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Nesretep wrote:
You have this annoying habit of being extremely vague in your responses. I must commend you on exceeding 1 sentence in this case though even if they are both fairly short.


It's when I get to four sentances that you should worry.


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