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    we reserve the right ...
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    Originally Posted by Axweildr
    we reserve the right ...
    to what?

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    • Axweildr disagrees : to remember cr@p
    • wizzyman agrees : balance rep - good question
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    Originally Posted by Markisdee
    to what?
    wizzyman agrees: but I'm too new to have my comment appear

    There are no stupid questions - only stupid answers.
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    Originally Posted by wizzyman
    wizzyman agrees: but I'm too new to have my comment appear

    There are no stupid questions - only stupid answers.
    Ask the people who patrol the PHP forums and such, there are *definately* stupid questions....

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    Originally Posted by wizzyman
    There are no stupid questions - only stupid answers.
    I thought it went: There are no stupid questions, only stupid people.

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    Remember this one?
    Originally Posted by medianox
    here's one from the lounge:
    Clickster
    Wigs shows this guy whats up.

    This guy is perhaps the biggest toolbox on the board - look at his avatar.
    Well, it goes on...
    http://forums.devshed.com/t253053/s.html

    Poor lad things the W3c's CSS validator is wrong cos his crap IE
    code doesn't validate... Bless.
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    Is this guy trying to get famous by enabling a crappy-to-begin-with bug, I mean, uh feature? Personally, I don't want to be that kind of famous.
    # Jeremy

    Explain your problem instead of asking how to do what you decided was the solution.
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    He has a point of view, albeit in his opinion, and last time I checked he's entitled to an opinion, even if it's wrong.

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    Originally Posted by ChiefWigs1982
    Remember this one?

    Well, it goes on...
    http://forums.devshed.com/t253053/s.html

    Poor lad things the W3c's CSS validator is wrong cos his crap IE
    code doesn't validate... Bless.
    to quote you:

    bloody hell
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    Originally Posted by Ax
    He has a point of view, albeit in his opinion, and last time I checked he's entitled to an opinion, even if it's wrong.
    True, but it applies to all parties.

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    • nnxion agrees : Yup.
    # Jeremy

    Explain your problem instead of asking how to do what you decided was the solution.
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    Originally Posted by Axweildr
    He has a point of view, albeit in his opinion, and last time I checked he's entitled to an opinion, even if it's wrong.
    Yes, and he's also entitled to a few barrels of rep--.
    Incidentally, I hear you're keen on the death penalty over in the States. Is it not applied for use of <blink> tags?
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    I'm keen on the death penalty, since when ??
    Also since when did Kildare, Ireland's opinion matter in the States??
    --Ax
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    Originally Posted by BurningSnowman
    Yes, and he's also entitled to a few barrels of rep--.
    Incidentally, I hear you're keen on the death penalty over in the States. Is it not applied for use of <blink> tags?
    No, we don't use the <blink> tags to execute prisoners, although it probably would be more efficient....

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    Originally Posted by Axweildr
    Also since when did Kildare, Ireland's opinion matter in the States??
    What state is that in again?
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