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"The great unwashed" ? (White Giant)

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Clear Hat Of Wonders (Fearless Blue)

Tuesday, April 19, 2005 - 10:31 pm Click here to edit this post
Unfortunately dear iki, or Guido Nordhaus, or Xeolyte Carn, or Cocoa Bean ... unfortunately The Great Unwashed law was recorded as ACCEPTED and will be enforced as below (quoted from the Voting Insults results page):

" We have unified it on request of many users. It does not make sense to change back. We will prefer a separate forum for the contributing players that will probably be more constructive. We might want to separate FB players to their own forum."

... recently two of my pages opened in the General board were deleted (or backspaced to a hidden archive ??)

... I don't feel you "like" hearing me saying more, but perhaps it is still something to ad here:
behind the liberal&conservative doors of the american-european Star-Might Leader Arnold Schwarzie-Negro, he is not making the greatest relevance for the american historiken trash-national heritage of the GarBage Paper, but the Chirac-Bush couple of Fly-Mouche Ideas do it.


... same way here, some ideas are closer to their w3crouch-genie butheads than to our real simulation needs ... because,...

... Eternal Simulations Law: if larger the simulation participation, the social game will be based more on future results ... this way the world / groups are running faster from their past status, with the appropriate progress and development ... of which the last, but not least important characteristic is INDEPENDENCE (!!) - here a larger simulation participation is not place or land related, but communication related. IQ 200 are not required ...

Eternal w3crouch-genie geese ill-usion? The lastly admited "admin-moderator" ...

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