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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shine View Post
    Do we need Tequila or boxed wine?
    Don't you measure the hard stuff in *fingers*
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  2. #102
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    Yes. And whatever drink you prefer is acceptable - wine, boxed wine, anything fermented really...or distilled...
    And for those who do not drink alcohol, they can have water, tea, coffee, OJ, or anything they please.

    If you "dislike" this post, please share your preferred source of liquid nourishment. I am truly curious.
    Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people.
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  3. #103
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    This is really my favorite thread right now!!! At least it shows that some people have a great sense of humour!!!
    And the longer this thread goes, the more I vote to keep thumbs up and down BUT to associate the usernames with them... I think even Facebook does that.
    Owned proudly by my horses and the Pony
    Blacky by Sandro Hit, Amica by Amidou,
    Sarasota (Princess) by Don Schufro and Daysie by Sandro Hit
    and last not least Kassandra GRP by Burstye Orpheus


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  4. #104
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    Quote Originally Posted by horsepoor View Post

    PMs will go unanswered until the email notices start working again.
    Don't you get a pop-up note when you have a new message? I do, or at least I did on the old format. Just checked, and my preferences are still set for pop-up notifications.


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  5. #105
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    Quote Originally Posted by vxf111 View Post
    Don't you measure the hard stuff in *fingers*
    Only with the "thumbs up"!


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  6. #106
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    I posted on OT topics supporting gay marriage & asking for OT Day to end because the politics were driving me batty. I got nothing but thumbs up. I come here and post about puking emoticons and get tons of thumbs down. Does that mean people are more offended by vomit than gay marriage and the election? I give that a


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  7. #107
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    Quote Originally Posted by horsepoor View Post
    my thumbstalker.
    thumbs up!!!!!


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  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by saje View Post
    Don't you get a pop-up note when you have a new message? I do, or at least I did on the old format. Just checked, and my preferences are still set for pop-up notifications.
    I have the pop up turned off as it was crashing my iPad.

    I'm sure I'll get a thumbs down for saying so.


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  9. #109
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shine View Post
    Only with the "thumbs up"!
    Annnd....I got a "TD" for this post. Why can't you own up to this why? Chicken poo-poo for sure.


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  10. #110
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    Why is it not helpful when I express my opinion that I would prefer to know the names of the user who give Thumbs up or Thumbs down???
    I really cant take people serious who are not able to stand behind their opinion...
    Owned proudly by my horses and the Pony
    Blacky by Sandro Hit, Amica by Amidou,
    Sarasota (Princess) by Don Schufro and Daysie by Sandro Hit
    and last not least Kassandra GRP by Burstye Orpheus


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  11. #111
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    I am going to read through all the posts after I write this, but I agree that the thumbs down should go.

    I dont mind people disagreeing with me, but for instance, I posted on a thread that as a HUGE bay draft, and I wrote, "he is so cool" or something of that nature. AND I got a thumbs down??!?!

    It makes me think twice before I post. It would be nice if when people thumbs down to give a reason why, but that will never happen.


    Unless people are just clicking on the thumbs and they did not realize they hit the wrong thumb.


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  12. #112
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    I must say at least I'm in good company in the "thumbs down" group!


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  13. #113
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    And I just received another one for the comment above.



    I am beginning to think I have a stalker


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  14. #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chezzie View Post
    I posted on OT topics supporting gay marriage & asking for OT Day to end because the politics were driving me batty. I got nothing but thumbs up. I come here and post about puking emoticons and get tons of thumbs down. Does that mean people are more offended by vomit than gay marriage and the election? I give that a
    I know I'm more offended by vomit than either of those things. But I should probably specify that it's human vomit that really grosses me out, since I'm a pre-vet major and have cleaned up too much dog/cat puke to be grossed out by that anymore.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MunchingonHay View Post
    I am beginning to think I have a stalker
    Join the club! My ThumbStalker is all thumbs... (if I could give myself a thumbs down for that one, I would...).


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  16. #116
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    I would give you a thumbs up for this, but I don't want you to have to check your notifications But I totally agree with you, it takes the discussion out of the whole point of this being a discussion board.



    Quote Originally Posted by vxf111 View Post
    It's not so much getting either of the thumbs that bothers me (though it seems contrary to the purpose of a DISCUSSION board to have an opinion but refuse to engage in DISCUSSION) but the darn notifications. I don't want to have to click on something and parse through meaningless good/bad ratings to find out if I have a PM. It's annoying.


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  17. #117
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    this is the vomit icon



    Quote Originally Posted by Chief2 View Post
    This thing -->



    ETA: I think the people clicking the thumbs down icon need to replace their batteries...... if you know what I mean. So many uptight people.



    I wonder if the thumbs up/down feature is pulling lurkers out of the woodwork?


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    MunchingonHay, I thought that was the soul-eating icon...


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    Soul-eating, vomiting;.... potato, patadoe

    BTW, all of my comments on this thread have received the thumbs down.





    Quote Originally Posted by supershorty628 View Post
    MunchingonHay, I thought that was the soul-eating icon...


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    I start to feel depressed all my bad comments are from this thread, so maybe I should quit posting here... But usually I cannot resist to tease people, so I look forward to many more Thumbs down
    Owned proudly by my horses and the Pony
    Blacky by Sandro Hit, Amica by Amidou,
    Sarasota (Princess) by Don Schufro and Daysie by Sandro Hit
    and last not least Kassandra GRP by Burstye Orpheus


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