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Old 01-29-2013, 02:17 AM   #299441
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Dont know how you guys keep track of your quoting..
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When you post a new post, it leads you back to the newest post. It makes it hard to chase the backlog...

I usually just give up..lol
double click the back button.
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I wish there was a more in-line quote system LOL
Well, it is kinda nice on forums like Germanboost with the auto refresh system.
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double click the back button.
too much work involved. Must make a macro to "return back to last post replied"
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Well, I'm caught up now.
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I gotta stop being in here, I'm messing up the universe's alignment with my time spent in here
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Also, I'm finding out why some of the Better Days comics didn't make sense. Some of the storyline is continued in the adult comics, lol.
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Kalim has some weird multi-tasking memory based thing with billions of open tabs on his browser. I just start on the first page and click view first unread, then respond to something, and then double click the back button and continue on.
It's efficient and allows high speed .
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goober (also can be called a goob)
1.a person who could very possibly be well-meaning, but is incredibly awkward to the point of making those around him or her feel uncomfortable and twitchy.
2. a person who, again, may be well-meaning, but has extremely annoying personal habits that annoy the hell out of everyone.

examples of signs of gooberosity:
chews gum extremely loud with mouth open (not obnoxious-on-purpose, but more obnoxious-without-realizing-it); always wears pants that are slightly too short or sleeves slightly too small; often uses a rolling backpack; squints a lot; has trouble controlling the volume of his or her voice; interrupts others to tell uninteresting stories but doesn't realize it; often enthuastic about everything; and, the most significant goober sign: Heavy Mouth Breather.

These signs of goobdom are not condemning a person, because goobs can very often be quite entertaining and cool, but have gooby qualities about them.
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gooby pls
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I do love the word "gooberosity"
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goober (also can be called a goob)
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chews gum extremely loud with mouth open (not obnoxious-on-purpose, but more obnoxious-without-realizing-it); always wears pants that are slightly too short or sleeves slightly too small; often uses a rolling backpack; squints a lot; has trouble controlling the volume of his or her voice; interrupts others to tell uninteresting stories but doesn't realize it; often enthuastic about everything; and, the most significant goober sign: Heavy Mouth Breather.

These signs of goobdom are not condemning a person, because goobs can very often be quite entertaining and cool, but have gooby qualities about them.
I'm wondering I should applaud the fact you have a definition of the word or the fact you used so many bolds...
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It's efficient and allows high speed .
You have slow internet.
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Kyle is such a goob.
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I'm out as well.

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