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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by FireGrey, Mar 12, 2012.
It was a fair warning.
>Post something silly
>Your thread gets deleted, you get a warning
>Complain about injustice in the EoF
It was a reply to a spambot thread that Den made seconds before he spambotted him.
What Densetsu said wasn't about me lol.
It was about some guy spamming for some stupid ipod converter or something.
I wasn't refering directly to you, just to the general public, hence the greentext.
Please define logic of green = general public?
It's not the logic of greentext, it's an ambiguity instilled in the English language. "You" can refer to a certain person or to a congregation. In fact, it can refer to an anonymous subject aswell. It can also be used in defining general truths.
If you eat too many apples, you will get a wicked tummy ache.
By saying this you don't necessarily mean that there is a person in your direct vicinity who eats apples right about now - everybody gets tummy aches when they eat apples.
Greentext is used whenever you want to add a general sarcastic remark, thus I utilized it here.
i totally meant you, I didn't know the context but even so, this still applies so I will stick to it.
I love the mods. They're my best friends.
IN OTHER NEWS. I got my first warn yesterday for posting stupid stuff in the EoF. WOO!
I forget. Like...I think it was just a really long annoying post consisting of "JK, NOT REALLY".
Fair warning was fair
The weather is quite fair
I take no credit for that asskickery. I was just the little guy who stuck my tongue out at the perpetrator before Vulpes swooped in and provided air support.
They told me I could be anything
So I became a flying fox!
He meant this:
Since kids these days love to stick this everywhere, here it is
You know, that was going to be my profile background but I could never get it to look quite right.