Copernicus (Dr. Trodglen) provided the voice of the old pedophile from Family Guy. Also some ideas as to what to add during the write-up.
Date: 09 Oct 2011 01:02
Number of posts: 124
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i don't even
I have no idea if this is really brilliant or really stupid.
Is it me, or does the pic look like someone bending over, sticking his bare arse towards the right top corner of the screen?
You should have it be "punished." "Reprimanded" is too specific.
I upvoted. I suggest you remove the marginalia from the top, but I'm not downvoting either way. I lol'd.
A comment is added, in which observations about the article are set forth.
A reply, which points out several technical flaws in the article and expounds up them by way of harsh critique, follows the comment.
An expression from the author attempting to resolve the conflict but instead exacerbating the argument.
A completely unrelated statement by Scantron that, in retrospect, makes him look like a gigantic douchebag.
Staff post berating scantron and clarifying the issue for eskobar.
Admin post suggesting previous staff post may have been too harsh, even if needed.
Side post declaring the idiocy of this particular article, followed by a meh.
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A post purportedly leaping to Scantron's defense, but demonstrating a lack of understanding of both the point of Scantron's comment and of rebuttal to it.
An edited version of the post, completely reversing the author's original message.
An irrelevant comment.
Poorly worded pun attempting to tie in the comment and the article.
uncapitalized, unpunctuated comment by someone who has no idea what she is talking about
Gratuitous wise-ass remark that everyone ignores.
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Rant about how this wouldn't have happened back in the old days.
Complaint about tone.
Newbie post attempting to sound professional with quite a few speling erors and no clue what he's really talking about, which is posted over two years after every other post.
Another post by the same newbie because he wants attention, and doesn't know how to edit comments.
Poor attempt at continuing a pun thread, regardless of how late it comes by.
Some recognition granted out of a sense of camaraderie being a semi-grunt and poor writer in general, as though the poster I respond to and I are friends.
A two-year-delayed resurrection of a thread either out of ignorance of etiquette or not having noticed the last post date. Also a comment not understanding why people are talking like this.
Staff post chastising user for posting in a dead thread.
A shamefaced apology and giftbasket by way of atonement.
BECAUSE YOU NEED TO BE AN ADMIN TO DELETE A COMMENT, EVEN IF YOU'RE THE ONE WHO POSTED IT!!!!!!!
Not exactly. Mods can delete comments too.
That said, staff only deletes comments that contain severe rule-breaking material. Just be aware of that from now on, and if you really don't want people to notice posts you wish you could have deleted, edit it with something like "ignore please" or "disregard". No need to allcaps.
Notification to Zyn that this thread is a joke that has been going on for years.
Preparations to have her head bitten off.
Complete lack of remorse.
Edit because phyre is an idiot.
Non-staff comment politely informing phyrestorm that staff are still allowed to post serious comments on joke threads and be no fun because we are staff and the readers of the forums deserve to be informed about how said forums work.
Postscript about how Zyn is not zombie and attacking the head is not a good strategy because razor butterflies will be involved.
Obligatory tautological statement about how tautological statements are tautological.
Idiot resurrecting dead thread a year later. Idiot beginning to rant about Containment Breach.
EDIT: an edit about spelling is added.
EDIT: an edit about grammar is added.
EDIT: a point is clarified.
EDIT: an edit is made.
An attempted reply to the above thread but instead a complete new post, causing momentary confusion.
The same problem, but in reverse.
The phrase "keter dicks," for reasons I do not fully understand.
A mind-blowing statement about meta-humor.
A series of symbols representing sounds, input by hand upon a device with buttons representing each glyph and transmitted via electrical signals that they may be viewed by others with access to devices designed for that purpose and interpreted as strings of syllables with inherent meaning.