I am outraged.

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this is not a lie. You know that channel that scrolls a guide for what's on TV? I think it is called the TV Guide Channel. I swear to God that right now as I'm typing this, on channel 7 from 6 to 6:30pm is the following show and it really gets me upset: Cox connecting with kids
where is the FCC when you need them?
 

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Was it a religious show?
 
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Well you have to get kids connected to cox someday. As long as Michael Jackson is not the host, or some catholic priest, I think we are fine :smile:
 
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TV Guide Channel...hmph! It's more like the 24 hour commercial channel...oh, and they squeeze in 3 lines of channel information while they're at it. I'm faster at flipping channels than waiting for that thing to scroll through them.
 
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don't you think cox connecting with kids is funny? I watch the Cox channel all the time. my favorite is cox up all night or cox talks.
 
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tribdog you have 8 threads on the first page alone. :bugeye:

You're the ultimate Thread Starter! :wink:
 
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one of the ones I started almost a year ago and it's still there
I wouldn't start so many if I had friends.
 
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tribdog said:
one of the ones I started almost a year ago and it's still there
I wouldn't start so many if I had friends.
Yet you still haven't started the thread that's most unexplainably missing, considering this is a physics forum: tribology.

We could even reference articles from the http://scitation.aip.org/ASMEJournals/Tribology/ [Broken]
 
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that's because of two factors:
1) Nobody understands the subject
2)Nobody wants to understand the subject
 
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tribdog said:
that's because of two factors:
1) Nobody understands the subject
2)Nobody wants to understand the subject
What if somebody must understand the subject? :eek:
 
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blame Heisenberg. some things just aren't knowable.
 
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actually the reason I start so many threads is because I like to post, but I don't care what other people say so I have to start my own threads because I'm interested in what I have to say.
 
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What if...

tribdog said:
that's because of two factors:
1) Nobody cares about the subject
2)Nobody wants to care about the subject
:surprised
 
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you dirty prick
I'm hurt no, not hurt. I am outraged.
good thread for it though
 
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I used to be part of a forum where one of the new members who came along didn't know how to reply properly, so he ended up creating a thread each time he replied.

Since it was someone who wanted their post count to go up (not to look like a newbie) it wasn't a pretty site.
 
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Anyways, nice chatting with you.

I'm off to do some homework or reading.
 

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