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04-10-14  02:55am - 227 days Original Post - #1
graymane (31)
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Khan please edit out duplicated threads

please remove duplicate threads

04-10-14  03:02am - 227 days #2
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Page went blank wouldn't be displayed ... sumitted thread over and over
so I tried again and again.

04-10-14  07:22am - 227 days #3
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They're removed. Don't sweat it; it happens from time to rime.

FWIW, I'm usually pretty good avout spotting them and deleting them w/out an extra thread or an email. But you're fine with both. Never hurts to be safe.

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04-10-14  11:48am - 227 days #4
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Originally Posted by Khan:


They're removed. Don't sweat it; it happens from time to rime.

FWIW, I'm usually pretty good avout spotting them and deleting them w/out an extra thread or an email. But you're fine with both. Never hurts to be safe.

Sorry for the inconvenience.


I was very reluctant to do the email thing. But I simply panicked when I could find no earthly way to rid myself of the extra threads.
It all started when I attempted to summit the first thread..
Nothing happened! I punched it again, and again.
All I was getting was the familiar message from my browser saying "this page cannot be displayed. It was only when I got over to the forum entries and discovered the multiple of the same thread,
All I could think of was viewers seeing all those same threads and thinking I was over the top in getting mine read over all the others. A kind of forum bully, if you will.
I knew you'd find it when you came on, and correct it immediately on your own ...... But I jus' wanted it fixed before I was run out of Dodge.

04-10-14  12:43pm - 227 days #5
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Graymane; just read the thread that caused your panic. After writing all that I can see why you concerned it wasn't submitting. It is clear you put some work into it and didn't want to lose it. Having belonged to different forums I have seen these glitches many times. To add, I don't think anyone would accuse you of being a bully.

Do you write for a living? Your very creative. Enjoyed the read and glad it did post. I aim to misbehave Edited on Apr 12, 2014, 04:38am

04-11-14  09:29pm - 225 days #6
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Originally Posted by biker:


Graymane; just read the thread that caused your panic. After writing all that I can see why you concerned it that wasn't submitting. It is clear you put some work into it and didn't want to lose it. Having belonged to different forums I have seen these glitches many times. To add, I don't think anyone would accuse you of being a bully.

Do you write for a living? Your very creative. Enjoyed the read and glad it did post.

Thank you Biker .... you couldn't have paid me a more profoundly appreciative compliment.... Writing nowadays takes front-an-center, now that the pitifully few things left in my life that I'm still physically able to do is approaching a dead-end.......
And because of my ongoing, debilitating health problems on the rise, the least demanding, and fortunately waiting in the wings, as well as the one that's always given me the most pleasure ...... buoyed by your uplifting recent kind words .... all coming together along with the considerable amount of hoop-la from my hometown cheering section, friends, relatives, business acquaintances, as well the myriad collection of people surrounding me who's sampled some of my writings.
Because of my tumulus, abusive, deprived, and brutal childhood upbringing, with permanent markings remaining to this day from habitual, pulverizing beatings from a ruthless, guiltless, and undaunted mindlessness of a father bent on wrecking the body and mind of a innocent child.

I was set upon by all my poor mom's brothers and sisters to write a book detailing my father's unimaginable meanness.,

after I broke away from his madness, by inviting Uncle Sam to put me on the draft list. later consummated and I was subsequently shipped to Camp Gordon SC for training in the Army Airborne .... after which I honed my writing skills, and, through letters I sent to their homes , convincingly had them thinking I was ready for the world to know about this B.....ard!

Sadly, all these people had far more confidence in my readiness for the big time than I did.
Consequently, I never started my first book.
Which, to answer your question .....resulted in my never attempting to make a living at writing.

But many thanks anyway, biker ..... your vote of confidence did give me a momentary Percocet High.

04-12-14  06:07am - 225 days #7
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You do write well. I enjoy writing, but I can't spell words over five letters long and need to keep a dictionary and a thesaurus next to me. I also use the Email spell check a lot. By the time I write a few sentences my beard is two days old.
Besides that my grammar is also poor. Hard to believe I took two college writing courses. I aim to misbehave

04-12-14  09:59am - 225 days #8
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Originally Posted by biker:


I enjoy writing, but I can't spell words over five letters long and need to keep a dictionary and a thesaurus next to me. I also use the Email spell check a lot. By the time I write a few sentences my beard is two days old.
Besides that my grammar is also poor. Hard to believe I took two college writing courses.


Biker, my friend.....unlike me,, who came up during a time at which the advanced desktop and hand-held electronic wizardry, (as we enjoy today,) .... was still eons away from conception within the minds of those who would decades later even get it on the drawing board.
The libraries, antiquated servitude of radios and movie newsreel served as our only visual stimuli to greater learning.
The advent of today's mindboggling choices of graphics, and/or data manipulation owing to a cornucopia of electronic helpmates that seemingly renders it almost a task for a literate individual to consciously make it through a page of text with errors in spelling.
I'm talking about me-myself-an-I .... been there, done that.
However, All my writing anymore is protected by spell-checks. Which pop-up and warn of misspelling.
Which then requires only the tap of a key to bring up a list from which to choose from. There's also even grammatically download software that (among other things) delivers an electrical shock to your fingertips should you make the egregious faux pas of ending a sentence with a preposition.

Ha-Ha ....that should bring'em outta the woodwork!

BTW .....I think your writing is exemplary. !
And I, too, pour over my stuff..... always resulting in far too long at the keys.
If that don't get it, I pull out my trusty metallic, battery powered, portable Franklin Spell checker that is all-knowing.

04-12-14  02:19pm - 225 days #9
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After a year of being part of a Science Fiction Forum, I went out and bought a dictionary and thesaurus to keep up with my fellow forum posters. I don't keep up with all the abbreviated texting. I think it will hurt our language skills in the long run. LOL.

I prefer emoticons. Their more expressive.

Between talking about writing with you and my sister talking about her watercolor painting, I got ambitious and pulled out a project that I can work on now that I have a new computer and a printer.

I wargame historical periods, as in Napoleonic, American War of Independence, and the American Civil War. I'm part of a shrinking group who paint little lead figures of musket bearing soldiers marching in thick formations to match their will against those who are advancing toward them.

So a game needs rules and rules must be written. I'm working on a set of rules for the Napoleonic Wars. A lot of factors to take into account. The quality of the different units has a lot of variables. Moral, firepower, a good position to fight from or to push someone out of. Will they face the charge after losing a vast number of souls to cannon and musket-ball. We use dice to decide these aspects. A lot of units and a lot of chances to win or lose as the smoke gets thicker with each volley. Then the glint of bayonets shows through the smoke and they must decide, "Should we fight or run?" So toss a die and check the chart to see what answer matches our cast.

We have a good time shooting bullshit back and forth as our units melt away from attrition. A fun hobby as long as nobody gets a Napoleon Complex. We have a good group. Play some games that the rules are just shoot and keep shooting. No strategy, but pray for great die rolls. Over the years I've gamed with different groups and some are to serious. This one is more "Do you feel lucky kid" kind of group. Win or lose, I always enjoy the company.

So keep writing. The brain needs to exercise and writing is one of the best ways.

Below is a contemporary print of of a Napoleonic Spanish Light Cavalryman and below that a 15mm high miniature of same, that will need to be painted to match the print. With a scale of one miniature equaling 60 real cavalrymen, it will take six miniatures to complete a regiment. It is a small regiment, like all Spanish units, because Spain lacked everything in their war with Napoleon and yet they fought him from 1808 until he abdicated in 1814.




So I research the different armies and the history of their war. Then paint endless numbers of these little fellows that fight for me on a table top. I aim to misbehave Edited on Apr 12, 2014, 11:41pm

04-13-14  05:30pm - 223 days #10
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This Napoleonic, American War thing Looks like a lot of fun, biker; something I'd venture comes with the added bonus of being a mentally rewarding, challenging, as well an enriching exercise to keep the brain cells moving.

But this does bring up a somewhat obvious inquiry: with porn, and now this fascinating new hobby surely biting into your time, how might that jive with your trekking around with your biker-buddies?

I've got a mental picture of a reeeeally nice bike parked in the garage collecting cobwebs. Maybe even with a "for sale" sign hanging off the handlebars.

I bet your two-wheeler beauty does have a fascinating story to tell. I further bet we'd get a handsome share of our reader's vote, who'd really hanker for your just touching on some general stuff about the fraternity of soldiering in the biker's army: Maybe you can tell us here on the forum about some of your more unforgetable moments riding with the herd.

Think of it as an exercise to further your skills in writing.

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