Maldraugedhen wrote:That would only be if stupidity was a Boolean thing, or if it was like always multiplying a pair of negative numbers (assuming positive is intelligent).
Stupidity has its own infinite continuum, from bordering on the brain dead to just shy of normal.
...I need to not delurk right after a long coding session.
Jake R wrote:ForkBomb wrote:No one would see the avatar or sig until you post, which you can't do until you are approved.
But there is no reason to allow it either.
"Newest user" -> Profile.
You could still create an account with links to spam or other bad stuff which people curious as to why the person hasn't posted yet could click on.
Um... the same as here?ChewyChunkyChocolateMonkE wrote:you're established in 910? what's you user name?
T.H. White wrote:Arthur was happy. Like the man in Eden before the fall, he was enjoying his innocence and fortune. Instead of being a poor squire, he was a king. Instead of being an orphan, he was loved by nearly everybody except the Gaels, and he loved everybody in return. So far as he was concerned, as yet, there might never have been such a thing as a single particle of sorrow on the gay, sweet surface of the dew-glittering world.
J.H. van den Berg wrote:Our world is not primarily a conglomeration of objects that can be described scientifically. Our world is our home, a realization of subjectivity.
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