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        03-28-2009, 12:10 AM
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    Honesty, aging well, and intelligence

    You know, I've been doing a lot of thinking lately on the benefits of honesty. Let's use this forum to show how honesty pays.

    Honest carrot wranglers:

    1) Have the most carrots.
    2) Have nice, trim figures. Spyder weighs 135 lbs and I wear a size 4 petite.
    3) Age very well. This very week (in Bloomington, as a matter of fact) I was told that I look not one minute older than age 25. I am 20 years older than that!
    4) Have good knowledge of topography, spelling, and geography.
    5) Have a sunny outlook and nice personalities. I gave a really nice picture of a hen to Dumas. I go by the name Joshie, a very upbeat name that shows my sunny nature.

    Dishonest carrot wranglers:

    1) Have to steal to get carrots.
    2) Have fairly stocky builds. MEAN OLD farmpony is 6'6" and weighs 245 lbs. BAD Barby is 6'1" and weighs 230 lbs.
    3) Age very poorly. MEAN OLD farmpony has complained that she's aging rapidly.
    4) Have horrible spelling and grammar, don't know topography, have poor knowledge of geography, and have no idea that Central Illinois is in the middle of the state.
    5) Are grumpy and have grumpy sounding names like BAD Barby and MEAN OLD farmpony.


    It is quite obvious that we MUST closely scrutinize the Supermoderator oath.
         
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        03-28-2009, 12:35 AM
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    Originally Posted by Joshie    
    You know, I've been doing a lot of thinking lately on the benefits of honesty. Let's use this forum to show how honesty pays.

    Honest carrot wranglers:

    1) Have the most carrots.
    2) Have nice, trim figures. Spyder weighs 135 lbs and I wear a size 4 petite.
    3) Age very well. This very week (in Bloomington, as a matter of fact) I was told that I look not one minute older than age 25. I am 20 years older than that!
    4) Have good knowledge of topography, spelling, and geography.
    5) Have a sunny outlook and nice personalities. I gave a really nice picture of a hen to Dumas. I go by the name Joshie, a very upbeat name that shows my sunny nature.
    And I have a pretty horse with an upbeat name also.

    Am honest as shown by the number of carrots I have hunted for HONESTLY.

    I decline all offers to steal



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    Originally Posted by Joshie    
    Dishonest carrot wranglers:

    1) Have to steal to get carrots.
    2) Have fairly stocky builds. MEAN OLD farmpony is 6'6" and weighs 245 lbs. BAD Barby is 6'1" and weighs 230 lbs.
    3) Age very poorly. MEAN OLD farmpony has complained that she's aging rapidly.
    4) Have horrible spelling and grammar, don't know topography, have poor knowledge of geography, and have no idea that Central Illinois is in the middle of the state.
    5) Are grumpy and have grumpy sounding names like BAD Barby and MEAN OLD farmpony.
    Here here.............notice how they try to shift suspicion to the honest people here.


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    It is quite obvious that we MUST closely scrutinize the Supermoderator oath.
    Yes...............I think we should see a transcript of this oath. Dumas let slip something in that oath about being allowed to be DISHONEST and STEALING..........hmmmmmmmm
         
        03-28-2009, 09:23 AM
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    All is fair in Love and War.
         
        03-28-2009, 10:25 AM
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    All is fair in Love and War.
    But this is neither. This is a BB that is supposed to help people. Instead, sniff, sniff, the supermoderators are thieves!
         
        03-28-2009, 09:46 PM
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    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Joshie    
    But this is neither. This is a BB that is supposed to help people. Instead, sniff, sniff, the supermoderators are thieves!

    Well they are helping, teaching you how to protect your carrots
         
        03-28-2009, 10:20 PM
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    Originally Posted by RegalCharm    
    Well they are helping, teaching you how to protect your carrots
    Hmmm, I am thinking that you may NOT be the appropriate judge for BAD Barby's trial.
         

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