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Old 03-10-2011, 10:41 AM   #1
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Does anyone else do this when searching for information on here?

I almost always add Joes name in the user box along with the topic I want to research.

99% of the time I get the ultimate answer, enough detail to not overwhelm my puny mind but not too little for me to need to keep searching.

Great job Joe
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I do this too. I also use Brain and Matt Cramer (starting to use Reverant also) when researching squirt issues.

Doesn't take too long to figure out where the good info comes from on this board.
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Joe is the Chuck Norris of mt.net.

When he types a post here, his fingers don't tap the keyboard, the keyboard comes up to his fingers.
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I search my own username when I need a laugh.
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Joe for President?
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No, Joe would unionize the Mt.net staff.

that would directly impact my Ferrari payments.
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No, Joe would unionize the Mt.net staff.

that would directly impact my Ferrari payments.
Isn't Obama already doing that anyway?
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Old 03-10-2011, 04:33 PM   #8
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And then we'd have to increase the membership fees to pay for their pensions, unusually high labor rates, special benefits, and shorter work days. This would have no direct benefit to the mt.net members they serve, in fact, it would hurt the site as a whole as lazy moderators who suddenly have unequal "rights" would do less service and cost more to utilize.

Eventually, Joe would run the site at a deficit and have to take drastic steps to keep the site running. Membership rates would significantly decrease since the cost:benefit ratio wouldn't be worth it. He'd have to ask for his moderators to go back to a more "equal" standard of benefits/pay/hours for the type of work they do. This would spark protests at City Hall and create a huge debate on local media outlets.

Luckily, I'd be in Galt's Gully by that point living it up without worry of looters.
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:20 PM   #9
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And then we'd have to increase the membership fees to pay for their pensions, unusually high labor rates, special benefits, and shorter work days. This would have no direct benefit to the mt.net members they serve, in fact, it would hurt the site as a whole as lazy moderators who suddenly have unequal "rights" would do less service and cost more to utilize.

Eventually, Joe would run the site at a deficit and have to take drastic steps to keep the site running. Membership rates would significantly decrease since the cost:benefit ratio wouldn't be worth it. He'd have to ask for his moderators to go back to a more "equal" standard of benefits/pay/hours for the type of work they do. This would spark protests at City Hall and create a huge debate on local media outlets.

Luckily, I'd be in Galt's Gully by that point living it up without worry of looters.
Wait a minute, you mean if the mods all unionize we can get pensions for being a moderator. Where the **** do I sign up to get this union going.
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Old 03-10-2011, 06:10 PM   #10
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When I saw the title to this thread I instantly thought of a latex glove being pulled and then popped.
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Lol!
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So basically you admit you cyberstalk Joe. Creepy.
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Wait a minute, you mean if the mods all unionize we can get pensions for being a moderator. Where the **** do I sign up to get this union going.
We'll all go over to cr.net b/c the benefit is greater vs. the cost. If all the boards unionized and charged membership fees, the UIFM (union of inernet forum moderators) would eventually become public domain and the gov't would have to pay the moderators money b/c the forums would be dubbed "too big to fail" meanwhile, we'll all start surfing boards that are moderated by the chinese, and pay our money to them. When the gov't shuts off chinese forums, the price of a 56k modem is going to skyrocket because we're going to be dialing into "off the net" text only boards. It will be a black market.
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Old 03-11-2011, 04:36 AM   #14
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So basically you admit you cyberstalk Joe. Creepy.
If it makes you feel any better I cyberstalk you too
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Old 03-11-2011, 11:32 AM   #15
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Threads like this make me feel both honored and slightly weirded out.


Brainey is way off base, BTW. MT, along with all other web-based forums, will simply be nationalized under the new administration. Does it matter that MT is owned by a non-US citizen? Of course not. We Americans don't need to be bothered with trivialities like international law.
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We Americans don't need to be bothered with trivialities like international law.
That's because they don't apply for us.
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Last time I checked we had our own Constitution, our own needs, our own wants, and our own problems.
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technically MT is in the queen's jurisdiction...
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What no Chuck Norris/Joe Perez jokes?
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technically MT is in the queen's jurisdiction...

The server is in Texas. Long live Texas.
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