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Ian Climacus

Liturgical Slattern
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Very good custom title, Demas: whoever suggested it? [Biased] [Roll Eyes]

Y'all look very fine and fabulous. [Overused]

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Demas
Ship's Deserter
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Oh er, [Hot and Hormonal] Sorry, forgot to thank you. Thanks! [Smile]

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Cranmer's baggage

Ship's Opinionated Dame
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Thanks for the new look. Most elegant, methinks.

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Ian Climacus

Liturgical Slattern
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Elegant indeed, CB!

And I was only stirring, Demas. I'm honoured my suggestion was worthy. [Cool]

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Marvin the Martian

Interplanetary
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This is gonna be a bit confusing for anyone who looks at the directory sorted by post count. There are two Sines and two Pants on page 1 alone.

Oh, and it also means that I've been relegated to page 2 [Mad]

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Pegasus

Shipmate
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There aren't any Northern Irish people on the Ship are their?

Everyone looks very fine in their new numbers (though not as fine as me, obviously), though I must say I'm suprised that Sine has decided to join we vulgar nouveau rich, who, with our ostentatious displays of our flashily low numbers make it all too obvious that we have bought them rather than being bred up in them.

[spelling]

[ 09. September 2005, 09:54: Message edited by: Pegasus ]

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Sine Nomine

Ship's backstabbing bastard
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quote:
Originally posted by Pegasus:
I'm suprised that Sine has decided to join we vulgar nouveau rich

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A little vulgarity is like a dash of paprika; it’s not bad taste I’m against, it’s no taste! -Diana Vreeland


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Jonah the Whale

Ship's pet cetacean
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Pegasus, you look splendid in your new football strip, but did you have to mention Northern Ireland?
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jedijudy

Organist of the Jedi Temple
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quote:
Originally posted by Gort:
[Gort stares with admiration at all the cool new avatars and numbers!] [Overused]

And I'd like to take this opportunity to thank my "(jedi) Knights-in-Shining-Armor" who made it possible to sport this spiffy new 333! [Overused] [Axe murder]

(I will reveal their identities only if given permission.) [Big Grin]

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Chapelhead

I am
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My next dilemma is whether I should change my avatar in line with the seasonal liturgical colours. Do you suppose Simon would mind sorting out new avatars on Christmas Eve?

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Ariel
Shipmate
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I wouldn't wait for Christmas. How about a nice seasonal autumn colour instead?
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Chapelhead

I am
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And then my avatar could drop off entirely?

It wouldn't only be Christmas, there would be changes for All Saints and Advent, but Christmas Eve might just be a bit of a busy time for our esteemed Captain. [Biased]

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sophs

Sardonic Angel
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quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
It wouldn't only be Christmas, there would be changes for All Saints and Advent, but Christmas Eve might just be a bit of a busy time for our esteemed Captain. [Biased]

Does that mean he is father christmas?
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Chapelhead

I am
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quote:
Originally posted by sophs:
quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
It wouldn't only be Christmas, there would be changes for All Saints and Advent, but Christmas Eve might just be a bit of a busy time for our esteemed Captain. [Biased]

Does that mean he is father christmas?
Old, "cuddly" and bearded? Surely not!

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Pants

Emergency underwear
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quote:
Originally posted by Marvin the Martian:
This is gonna be a bit confusing for anyone who looks at the directory sorted by post count. There are two Sines and two Pants on page 1 alone.

Oh, and it also means that I've been relegated to page 2 [Mad]

[Big Grin]

Does that make our post counts twice as many!?! [Eek!]

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sophs

Sardonic Angel
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quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
quote:
Originally posted by sophs:
quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
It wouldn't only be Christmas, there would be changes for All Saints and Advent, but Christmas Eve might just be a bit of a busy time for our esteemed Captain. [Biased]

Does that mean he is father christmas?
Old, "cuddly" and bearded? Surely not!
I think I should take the fifth at this point...
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Pyx_e

Quixotic Tilter
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Sophs you are not old.

P

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Papio

Ship's baboon
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Sophs is one of the ship's least old people IIRC.

Heck, I'm 28 and I am not old unless your asking a 14 year old.

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Little Miss Methodist

Ship's Diplomat
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Hmmm, anyone else felt more inclined to post since they got their new number?

I've probably notched up ten or so posts since I swapped yesterday, which is pretty impressive for me.

Not sure if that meas i'm showing off my new number and giving it an airing on various boards, or if it's just been a bad day for work. [brick wall]

Either way, i'm getting used to seeing the different number now, and will admit to feeling slightly smug about it each time.

LatePaul, I especially like your title - goes well with the name! Love that film (and bought the video today, strangely enough).

Chapelhead - maybe you should have a plain black avatar, cassock like. That way you are correctly dressed for every liturgical season, and for funerals too. [Biased]

LMM

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Chapelhead

I am
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quote:
Originally posted by Little Miss Methodist:
Chapelhead - maybe you should have a plain black avatar, cassock like. That way you are correctly dressed for every liturgical season, and for funerals too. [Biased]

I thought of a completely black avatar - it has great appeal. But in the end I thought that it might look too much like an error, with the avatar space replaced by blank blackness.

Perhaps I will yet go for it, though.

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Doublethink.
Ship's Foolwise Unperson
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quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
I thought of a completely black avatar - it has great appeal. But in the end I thought that it might look too much like an error, with the avatar space replaced by blank blackness.

Perhaps I will yet go for it, though.

You could have a little row of buttons down the middle and some discreet piping round the edge ...

Or you could just have an image of a cassock

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basso

Ship’s Crypt Keeper
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quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
And then my avatar could drop off entirely?

It wouldn't only be Christmas, there would be changes for All Saints and Advent, but Christmas Eve might just be a bit of a busy time for our esteemed Captain. [Biased]

You'll need a nice rose one for Laetare Sunday, too.

b.

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Laura
General nuisance
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quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
Oh look!

3631 has gone to 66. It's like virtual liposuction. What a gloriously, vulgarly, ostentatiously LOW number. Worth every penny. So much lower than Jen's.

And so close to 666. Very appropriate, I'd say.

It's very nouveau bas, my dear. But perhaps after another 10,000 posts you might get invited to the fashionable parties of the old low numbers. [Big Grin]

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Pegasus

Shipmate
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quote:
Originally posted by Jonah the Whale:
Pegasus, you look splendid in your new football strip,

Thank you!
quote:
but did you have to mention Northern Ireland?
Well, I thought I would before anyone else did!

[Preview post is my friend]

[ 09. September 2005, 20:50: Message edited by: Pegasus ]

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Sine Nomine*

Ship's backstabbing bastard
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quote:
Originally posted by Laura:
perhaps after another 10,000 posts you might get invited to the fashionable parties of the old low numbers. [Big Grin]

I know how dull the entertainments of le gratin can be, believe me. Here are a few hints from Elsa Maxwell to liven things up.
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JimT

Ship'th Mythtic
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Holy Moley. What is that? Nuclear Neon Green?

It hurts.

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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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Umm...now that I've had a chance to actually try on my nice new number ... would it be too late to get a custom title of "High Church Protestant"? [Hot and Hormonal]

Somehow it just seems to fit. [Big Grin]

Charlotte (knocking on the door ...)

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JB

Independent Thinker
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So this is what the "new" JB looks like?

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jedijudy

Organist of the Jedi Temple
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Cool JB! [Big Grin] It'll be like having the 4th of July all year!

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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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quote:
Originally posted by JB:
So this is what the "new" JB looks like?

*salutes*

Charlotte

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iGeek

Number of the Feast
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Umm, I've come up with a really catchy strapline that I think dovetails nicely with my new num.

Any chance in getting the strapline changed? Ok, if not. I'm just not quick on my feet at times.

Cool, Demas. Envious, am I. Thanks for the opportunity.

JB, you stir up a scrap of patriotic emotion.

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iGeek.*

Resident alien
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Sorry. One last post under the old identity. Just curious about post counts.

ETA: cool!

[ 12. September 2005, 23:01: Message edited by: iGeek.* ]

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jlg

What is this place?
Why am I here?
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quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
Oh look![....] Worth every penny. So much lower than Jen's.[...]

Yes, but you'll always know that yours came from trade and mine came from having been there at the time.
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jlg

What is this place?
Why am I here?
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quote:
Originally posted by JB:
So this is what the "new" JB looks like?

JB without his horse? This will take some getting used to.
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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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quote:
Originally posted by iGeek.:
Umm, I've come up with a really catchy strapline that I think dovetails nicely with my new num.

Any chance in getting the strapline changed? Ok, if not. I'm just not quick on my feet at times.

umm... I think I said this somewhere before but I'd like a different strapline (one in fitting with my new number) as well. I had to try the new one on for size [Biased] ) so I'm hoping it's not too late as well. [Hot and Hormonal] [Hot and Hormonal]
quote:
JB, you stir up a scrap of patriotic emotion.
more than a scrap here.

Charlotte (due on the Fourth of July)

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Simon

Editor
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iGeek and Amazing Grace... PM me to say what title you'd like.

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Sine Nomine

Ship's backstabbing bastard
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quote:
Originally posted by jlg:
quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
Oh look![....] Worth every penny. So much lower than Jen's.[...]

Yes, but you'll always know that yours came from trade and mine came from having been there at the time.
I'm Ok with that. I'm pretty good at creating my own alternate reality, believe me.

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Pants

Emergency underwear
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When do our old accounts cease to be active?

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Auctioneer

Going... going... gone!
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Good point - it *has* been a few days now - we'll do it tomorrow (Friday).

So ... last chance to check your PMs (then disable them), see what happens with your post count and leave a forwarding address somewhere in your profile.

We'll be round tomorrow to collect the keys.

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Chapelhead

I am
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Goodbye, dear little 1143.


I'll miss you. [Frown]

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jedijudy*

Jedi defender of ship's cats
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This feels somewhat like Eliot and ET must have felt when they separated. [Frown]

MJS (<-) has been with me for a long time. And 1059 has been with me for ages! But, I love the New Me™!

Hugs and kisses, y'all!

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jedijudy

Organist of the Jedi Temple
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And here I am doing the twirly-thing. How do I look? Robes on straight? No tag sticking out at the neck, right?

OK, ready to party!!

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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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quote:
Originally posted by Auctioneer:
Good point - it *has* been a few days now - we'll do it tomorrow (Friday).

So ... last chance to check your PMs (then disable them), see what happens with your post count and leave a forwarding address somewhere in your profile.

We'll be round tomorrow to collect the keys.

I just cleaned out my pms ... wow, was that a trip down memory lane.

I saved the one that Kelly wrote me when I first posted on the ship for last [Axe murder] .

Charlotte

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Kelly Alves

Bunny with an axe
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Awwww! [Axe murder]

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Jesus loves me, this I know” of they don’t believe “Kelly loves me, this I know.”
Kelly Alves, somewhere around 2003.

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Duo Seraphim
Ubi caritas et amor
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quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
Goodbye, dear little 1143.


I'll miss you. [Frown]

Indeed. I wonder when Simon will sell it off?

1143 is, after all, the date when Afonso Henrique was recognized as the King of Portugal by the Castilian king, Alfonso VII, Celestine II became Pope and St Malachy issued his famous prophecy about the number of Popes left before the end of the world.

While according to timeline 1143, Abraham Lincoln went for a post mortem trip.

[ 16. September 2005, 08:38: Message edited by: Duo Seraphim ]

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The Messiah, Peace be upon him, said to his Apostles: 'Verily, this world is merely a bridge, so cross over it, and do not make it your abode.' (Bihar al-anwar xiv, 319)

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Auctioneer

Going... going... gone!
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<jangling of keys>

'Tis done.

Goodbye, goodbye! Parting is such sweet sorrow.

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Chapelhead

I am
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quote:
Originally posted by Duo Seraphim:
1143 is, after all, the date when Afonso Henrique was recognized as the King of Portugal by the Castilian king, Alfonso VII.

The foundation of Portugal in that year is an event I commemorate, frequently, with a glass of the appropriate tipple. [Smile]

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Pants

Emergency underwear
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quote:
Originally posted by Auctioneer:
<jangling of keys>

'Tis done.

Goodbye, goodbye! Parting is such sweet sorrow.

Does that mean we can log in without the 2?

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Many big thank yous to those who sponsored us.

I use £6m of military hardware to find hidden Tupperware in the woods.

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Pants

Emergency underwear
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Forget that, just tried, and no!

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Many big thank yous to those who sponsored us.

I use £6m of military hardware to find hidden Tupperware in the woods.

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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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I left myself logged in on the old account overnight and got sort of a scary message when I just clicked in this morning ...

*waves goodbye*

Charlotte

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WTFWED? "Remember to always be yourself, unless you suck" - the Gator
Memory Eternal! Sheep 3, Phil the Wise Guy, and Jesus' Evil Twin in the SoF Nativity Play

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