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Curtis

New York, NY

#1 Mar 14, 2009
Learn how to spell a word if they're going to use it everyday in their names! Don't look stupid!

Ok Komquat??

Correct Spelling... Kumquat.

And as for the Stanbulator, well... we don't expect miracles here I guess.. so carry on!

Since: Jan 08

Rome

#2 Mar 14, 2009
Far be it for me to correct someone's spelling, but with all due respect, Curtis, it is Stanobulator.

stanobulate - intr. v.(stăn-ah'by&#60 1;-lāt') to post multiple repetitive messages containing the same text in a short period of time in one or more online forums. Originated by Mike Stanobulator, aka Garrett Russitano.

stanobulation - n.

stanobulatic - adj.
Curtis

New York, NY

#3 Mar 14, 2009
frankcor wrote:
Far be it for me to correct someone's spelling, but with all due respect, Curtis, it is Stanobulator.
stanobulate - intr. v.(stăn-ah'by&#60 1;-lāt') to post multiple repetitive messages containing the same text in a short period of time in one or more online forums. Originated by Mike Stanobulator, aka Garrett Russitano.
stanobulation - n.
stanobulatic - adj.
It's not even a word, so how did I misspell something that was made up? I didn't want to go back to one of his drab postings and get his retarded spelling on it.
Curtis

New York, NY

#4 Mar 14, 2009
And maybe i misspelled it because you were one of my teachers in school, along with the other weirdos like Mr. Freeman and Happy-Go-Hodinger. You never realize how fu*ked up teachers are until you get older.

“The Roundabout!!!!”

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#5 Mar 14, 2009
Or the chat abbreviation of JSAOTF. Just Stanobulated All Over The Forum.
frozen komquat

New York, NY

#6 Mar 14, 2009
Curtis wrote:
Learn how to spell a word if they're going to use it everyday in their names! Don't look stupid!
Ok Komquat??
Correct Spelling... Kumquat.
And as for the Stanbulator, well... we don't expect miracles here I guess.. so carry on!
I think you missed the idea.I always look stupid. I havn`t any regard for what others think of me, how I spell, or even how I look [sign of high IQ].I sorry you didn`t the pun.
Glass Houses

Jamesville, NY

#7 Mar 15, 2009
They puree frozen kumquats, don't they?
frozen komquat

New York, NY

#8 Mar 15, 2009
Glass Houses wrote:
They puree frozen kumquats, don't they?
Quite rite, it could be a sorbet,thats something used to cleanse your palate,in your case an anal cream.

“The Roundabout!!!!”

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#9 Mar 15, 2009
i think they need to stop talking about the same, dry, pointless newstories.. i mean, seriously: did no one hear what happened at the rome roundabout today?
Glass Houses

Jamesville, NY

#10 Mar 15, 2009
frozen komquat wrote:
<quoted text>Quite rite, it could be a sorbet,thats something used to cleanse your palate,in your case an anal cream.
You seriously have interpretation issues, don't you? You jump all over people, in some cases when they are defending you (on another thread) and now you can't even tell when something is simply a joke, and not a slam? For someone who has made it clear that you are part of a local business (to anyone who is paying attention) you might want to work on your communication skills. You are making yourself a living example of the used car salesperson stereotype.
frozen komquat

New York, NY

#11 Mar 15, 2009
Glass Houses wrote:
<quoted text>
You seriously have interpretation issues, don't you? You jump all over people, in some cases when they are defending you (on another thread) and now you can't even tell when something is simply a joke, and not a slam? For someone who has made it clear that you are part of a local business (to anyone who is paying attention) you might want to work on your communication skills. You are making yourself a living example of the used car salesperson stereotype.
Your rite , maybe I should have said "they throw stones at glass houses don`t they"As for my action in another post I did say I was sorry and explained my point,that being it was listed as a new post not a reply,now thats if your paying attention.As to your coment on communication skills and stereotype,Iam lost to what you mean.
Sasquatch

New York, NY

#12 Mar 15, 2009
Glass Houses wrote:
<quoted text>
For someone who has made it clear that you are part of a local business (to anyone who is paying attention) you might want to work on your communication skills.
Being part of a local business might mean that he's the kid that puts the costume on and holds up the sign in front of Little Caesar's.
Glass Houses

Jamesville, NY

#13 Mar 15, 2009
frozen komquat wrote:
<quoted text>Your rite , maybe I should have said "they throw stones at glass houses don`t they"As for my action in another post I did say I was sorry and explained my point,that being it was listed as a new post not a reply,now thats if your paying attention.As to your coment on communication skills and stereotype,Iam lost to what you mean.
Whether you apologized or not was not the point. The point was that you have a tendency to assume the worst and completely misinterpret what people have posted. It would be one thing if it was just once or twice, but you do it habitually. The fact of the matter is that you don't even tend to pay attention to what YOU are saying, hence the posting in another thread once as someone else and then continuing the conversation as "frozen komquat".

If you truly are lost to the comment about communication skills and stereotypes, then perhaps you should ask "Frank from Jason Ray".
frozen komquat

New York, NY

#14 Mar 15, 2009
Glass Houses wrote:
<quoted text>
Whether you apologized or not was not the point. The point was that you have a tendency to assume the worst and completely misinterpret what people have posted. It would be one thing if it was just once or twice, but you do it habitually. The fact of the matter is that you don't even tend to pay attention to what YOU are saying, hence the posting in another thread once as someone else and then continuing the conversation as "frozen komquat".
If you truly are lost to the comment about communication skills and stereotypes, then perhaps you should ask "Frank from Jason Ray".
Because of the seriousness of the post I had to drop my handle to get my feelings across.Iam sure your name isn`t " glass houses "now is it.I`am certainly not afraid to stand behind what I`am saying or what I have said.If you need it I`ll post my name, address phone#,shoe size whatever.I always researh what I say from past posts by others and when I speak I can back it with facts.If you don`t like my insults or my hummor I`am sorry.If enough people don`t like me in here speak up and ask me to leave, and I`ll go.As for your other accusations,about sterotypes and communication skills,I think they apply more to you than me,now thats my opinion.The key word here is MY.
Grass Houses

New York, NY

#15 Mar 15, 2009
frozen komquat wrote:
<quoted text>Your rite , maybe I should have said "they throw stones at glass houses don`t they"As for my action in another post I did say I was sorry and explained my point,that being it was listed as a new post not a reply,now thats if your paying attention.As to your coment on communication skills and stereotype,Iam lost to what you mean.
A king lived in a grass house on stilts. Since he was a king, he got a throne and put it in his house. It immediately fell throught the floor. The moral? People who live in grass houses shouldn't stow thrones!
Glass Houses

Jamesville, NY

#16 Mar 15, 2009
Okay-- once again, you have missed the point entirely. Nowhere in my post did I say anything about the need to stand behind who you are; you need to stand behind what you say and stop jumping to conclusions. Anonymity is just fine by me, but don't blatantly out yourself and then accuse others of deceptiveness. There is a tendency in some people to reach a conclusion long before the other person stops talking-- forming an opinion and their own response without ever really listening to what the other person is saying. You seem to have that tendency in an online setting. The difference here is that you have an opportunity to go back and reread what you misunderstood in the first place, but why bother when you can't just wave it away with an "oops!", right?

In addition, I never asked you to leave, nor would I ask anyone to leave, for any reason. It is asinine to believe that anyone has the right to ask others not to post simply because they don't like what they have to say. I never said I didn't like your "humor" mostly because I have never read anything from you that I find remotely humorous. But that's just MY opinion.

What disturbs me is your utter lack of any sense of humility over some pretty seriously stupid misunderstandings. If you think by apologizing you can just keep making the same mistake over and over again, you're sorely mistaken. If you behave that way in a professional setting then you have no one to blame but yourself for other people's "misperceptions".
pill

Utica, NY

#17 Mar 15, 2009
Glass Houses wrote:
Okay-- once again, you have missed the point entirely. Nowhere in my post did I say anything about the need to stand behind who you are; you need to stand behind what you say and stop jumping to conclusions. Anonymity is just fine by me, but don't blatantly out yourself and then accuse others of deceptiveness. There is a tendency in some people to reach a conclusion long before the other person stops talking-- forming an opinion and their own response without ever really listening to what the other person is saying. You seem to have that tendency in an online setting. The difference here is that you have an opportunity to go back and reread what you misunderstood in the first place, but why bother when you can't just wave it away with an "oops!", right?
In addition, I never asked you to leave, nor would I ask anyone to leave, for any reason. It is asinine to believe that anyone has the right to ask others not to post simply because they don't like what they have to say. I never said I didn't like your "humor" mostly because I have never read anything from you that I find remotely humorous. But that's just MY opinion.
What disturbs me is your utter lack of any sense of humility over some pretty seriously stupid misunderstandings. If you think by apologizing you can just keep making the same mistake over and over again, you're sorely mistaken. If you behave that way in a professional setting then you have no one to blame but yourself for other people's "misperceptions".
And that's the lesson for today

“Lost in Rome”

Since: Jan 09

Rome, NY

#18 Mar 16, 2009
frankcor wrote:
Far be it for me to correct someone's spelling, but with all due respect, Curtis, it is Stanobulator.
stanobulate - intr. v.(st&#259;n-ah'by&#60 1;-l&#257;t') to post multiple repetitive messages containing the same text in a short period of time in one or more online forums. Originated by Mike Stanobulator, aka Garrett Russitano.
stanobulation - n.
stanobulatic - adj.
Don't forget the noun form: "stanobule" - used to refer to a single post in a series of irritating spam posts.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#19 Mar 16, 2009
How does a nasty little thread like this one get to 18 posts without me chiming in. Doesn't seem right.

Since: Jan 08

Rome

#20 Mar 16, 2009
You have no one to blame but yourself, JebusKnows.

Good one, Bolloxinion. Is there an adverb form?

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