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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
26/11/2009 08:53 GMT

Incidentally, Skinhead Skippy was one of my favourite DAAS Songs/performances, hovering somewhere between Dead Elvis and I heard it through the grapevine.




Never settle with words when a flamethrower! is much more fun

 
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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
26/11/2009 05:31 GMT

Touche`, my friend. Very well, it stays as it is!


I myself brought him in last week - drunk and disorderly. But when I sobered up, he'd gone. Sorry. (P.C. BENT)
 
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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
25/11/2009 20:34 GMT

I can change it, but it could cause some confusion. 

Mind if we call you Bruce, just to keep it clear

Seriously though, it would cause more trouble than it's worth to change it.  Mainly becasue of how others relate to you on the site.  You've been a member here for some time which means that others have gotten used to knowing you underthis name.  Just becasue some people haven't heard fo DAAS, doesn't mean the name is any less cool. 

Look at mine, how many people have never heard of H2G2 (poor sods)?




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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
25/11/2009 13:20 GMT

Is it possible to change my username, or am I stuck with one that non-DAAS fans won't understand?


I myself brought him in last week - drunk and disorderly. But when I sobered up, he'd gone. Sorry. (P.C. BENT)
 
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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
30/07/2009 13:05 GMT

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' I have no avatar for a good reason.
Someday, I'll have one of the kids makes me on.


What reason is that? 

Oh...   Anyway, they aren't 'made' they are found, mostly, by us lazy types.


Haven't a clue for the entire process.
I need directions for a can opener.

 
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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
30/07/2009 03:07 GMT

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' I have no avatar for a good reason.
Someday, I'll have one of the kids makes me on.


What reason is that? 

Oh...   Anyway, they aren't 'made' they are found, mostly, by us lazy types.

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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
29/07/2009 13:22 GMT

I have no avatar for a good reason.
Someday, I'll have one of the kids makes me on.

 
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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
28/07/2009 02:01 GMT

Yeah, The colour scheme suits the the subject.

It's must be just that everybody has different things that fiddle with their receptors  When I was a kid I used to collect little toy cowboys and Indians that you could pull apart and swap bits and pieces around.  The quality of these toys either deteriorated over time or we just started to get the cheaper ones at the shops (I'd say both).

Anyway, having little choice, I began to buy the cheaper ones and you would often find ones in garish colours.  Both of my older brothers have recollections of finding the colours off-putting, particularity the yellow ones.

This might all be an extension of that, that and the lighting I'm viewing the screen in. 

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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
27/07/2009 14:32 GMT

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' I love the bright yellow. At this very moment it's the brightest thing in the room, it's really dark and chucking it down outside. British summer, sigh!


Over here it is an Aussie winter...raining as well!! And yes personally I love the yellow colour too!       


please marry me Grayboots!!
 
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 Subject:  Re: Am I techno-illiterate or is this forum a pain to use?
27/07/2009 11:58 GMT

I love the bright yellow. At this very moment it's the brightest thing in the room, it's really dark and chucking it down outside. British summer, sigh!

 

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