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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    I can't fathom why it would be necessary to transcribe the OP into this thread when anyone is free to look at it and then suggest as they wish in full. At most a link would be a courtesy, one that...
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    Then it's a good thing it is ongoing with no clear sign of ending, unless it comes to be ignored.
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    Changing the presentation and logical flow would elevate to a Proth-worthy proposal. I'm open for suggestions on that, as well as getting a group together to discuss an approach.
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    Re: TWC Dungeons and Dragons

    Smaug at least had a big room and a nice golden blanket.
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    Re: The Warrior

    One could be raised, recruited and practice/act as a warrior regardless of the perceived validity of why they are so.
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    I just realized I made a critical typo, I in fact meant Townhall instead of the Curial Commentary Thread - not sure why I mixed them. Might be a bit strange, but should turn out fine.
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    I support a straight repost because having a member in current good standing do all the posts is a better look than one member and then a sequence of banned poster with even their identity removed....
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    Poll: Re: Venus vs. Mars

    I'd probably pick whichever planet comes out cleaner in budgeting with fewer side effects, based on the advisement of far far far wiser people on the matter put together. But per the shift of...
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    You'd need a converter of some sort, and I don't know of any that exist.
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    Re: ancient man

    It's amazing how early handling of nails became an anti-science narrative when the very inefficiency of how nails work seems like evidence that nails were made at best as a chronic inconvenience, at...
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    Re: The Warrior

    "Soldier" and "warrior" are casually interchangeable, and the difference comes in vague implications from context (particularly when and how you want to imply them) and whatever else people want to...
  12. Re: Chinese Astronauts Board Space Station Implementing Humanity's Best Shot To Become Interstellar

    I just want to say, I see the purpose and it's being very very effectively done. Bravo I guess.

    Everyone's biting, may as well spit it out sooner than later.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Voting time, gents.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    I am destroyed
  15. Re: [DISCUSSION] changes to Section 3 to avoid vacancy of Curial Offices due to pending Appeals

    Well now that you mention it, it's a thought.

    The passage from an earlier, more active time may not be the same context as today, where the lands are thirsty for any interaction lest the...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Well gents, we're back to election time for Magistrate. The previous Magistrate has retaken office as the candidacy was invalid.
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    Re: Thank an American day

    We're coming up on 'Thank France for saving us day' aren't we?
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    Re: Need advice: Building a new rig

    Once in a while thermal paste may fail you before CPU/computer replacement, and the pre-applied paste is not 100% certain to come nor may it be perfect when it does. So another voice in favor of...
  19. Re: Battletech (2018 turn-based combat game)

    I'm an oldschool MechWarrior and MechCommander player, basically everything in those lines... except Battletech, beyond a brief while. Dammit. I guess the best I can do is contextualize the gameplay...
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    Re: ancient man

    Perhaps there is some rudimentary device, but I imagine filing would be one method.
  21. Re: [DISCUSSION] changes to Section 3 to avoid vacancy of Curial Offices due to pending Appeals

    I propose the creation of several fluffy offices and a bureaucratic yolk to spice things up.
  22. Re: easiest way to make friends when you're way smarter and more attractive than everyone you know?

    Consult the Bundy Bible.
  23. Re: Chinese, Russian Military Ads: Strong, Determined, Honour; US Military ad: Here Are My Two Moms

    This has been popular to spread lately.

    With popularity comes narrowness. It would be interesting to do a bit of background research on the US ads in general as of late.
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    Re: Abolition of 501 Modding Award

    If people are really interested in going back to the door of fixing it, by all means consider descriptions that fit level 2 and 3 and it will be an answer on its own.
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    Re: Abolition of 501 Modding Award

    You can recursively award everyone who's made a sufficient tweak to the games, and collecting it would be a trivial measure. Given the descriptions you could outright give them all gold, in fact...
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    Re: Abolition of 501 Modding Award

    In fact, it is a very fundamental award. Its standards nebulously lie along the 501st spectrum. This is but one of the problems.

    Initially I supported a clarification bill that would redo the...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    You might not have wanted to mention that decision.

    While it was not stated explicitly, two posts strongly imply the thread existed for relevance to the Curia and one brought up mention of a true...
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    Re: Bethesda forums shutting down

    I'll also pitch the radical, improbable and likely impossible...

    escenter.net (or some such)
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    Re: who dunnit?!

    I diditnt
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    And another Magistrate for you gents.
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    Re: Abolition of 501 Modding Award

    Thank you for movement on this. It is earlier than I'd have planned, but that's basically my excuse to be lazy and we could do without that.

    There is a multi-prong argument for me, and it was...
  32. Re: Decrease the lenght of forum main index

    'Little' mostly means 'no' in the case of both. +1, although at this rate presenting the thought in the Q&S might be more direct.
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    [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: IMPLEMENTED] Re: [Decision] Remove the Rostra

    And it is over, passed decisively. Thank you gentlemen.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    I'd probably agree in a VonC against myself, so sure
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Given the implied laxity of the Curia as a whole and the fact forum description is not a binding rule on its own, not to include a vast history of tangentially related posts in the townhall at the...
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    Re: Bethesda forums shutting down

    A signature to promote it should work fine, I think it might have to pass through Hex to drop the link in a post though.

    It is a market though, even if old fashioned forums are not in their...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    That was an original ideal. It's vended quite a lot and throughout time has been used for casual citizenry chat. In any case while the Symp is ideal for chat among citizens but not necessarily the...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Well that depends. If we are measuring Curial edong, then it would probably suit the Curial commentary and chat.

    For other business though, the Symp would probably be better...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Please disregard the first draft of whatever I just posted. Poorly edited nonsense from a far too busy mind.

    1. Akar has a point. The Symposium is the citizen dedicated place for curially...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    It's a bit off topic and despite the rationale still seems out of place, but not something to really strike down. If it was actually advertising the mods it might have been nixed, but just mentioning...
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