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An Idea: Because I am bored for the moment.

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#1 - 2016-12-09 16:03:32 UTC
I'll pose a question, the first person who posts answers the question, then asks one of their own that the next person answers, and so on. You can answer and pose more then once but not to your own question.

My question is...

What was the funniest thing you did as a teenager?
Monyusaiya Industry Trade Group
#2 - 2016-12-09 16:17:24 UTC
Even for this place your entry lowers the quality bar. Please don't.
Snuffed Out
#3 - 2016-12-09 16:31:14 UTC  |  Edited by: Lan Wang
Sofia Roseburn wrote:
Even for this place your entry lowers the quality bar. Please don't.


that isn't a question though? what would you rather fight, 50 duck sized horse or 1 horse sized duck?

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Mercenary Coalition
#4 - 2016-12-09 16:45:21 UTC
And so we witness the moment the IGS broke the negative effort post threshold.
Goonswarm Federation
#5 - 2016-12-09 16:52:37 UTC
We can have a break from ranting once in a while, dear. As for the funniest thing I've done as a kid?

...has got to be toilet deconstruction via uncontrolled detonation of homemade explosives.

What was your first ride? Ships included.

Proud pilot of the Imperium

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Monyusaiya Industry Trade Group
#6 - 2016-12-09 16:56:31 UTC
Lan Wang wrote:
Sofia Roseburn wrote:
Even for this place your entry lowers the quality bar. Please don't.


that isn't a question though? what would you rather fight, 50 duck sized horse or 1 horse sized duck?


Yes.
#7 - 2016-12-09 16:59:32 UTC
Mizhara Del'thul wrote:
And so we witness the moment the IGS broke the negative effort post threshold.


I eagerly await your next thought provoking topic posted here for everyone to engage in. I'll even hold my breath.

"Face the enemy as a solid wall For faith is your armor And through it, the enemy will find no breach Wrap your arms around the enemy For faith is your fire And with it, burn away his evil"

Mercenary Coalition
#8 - 2016-12-09 17:18:11 UTC
They don't tend to get much traction if it's more than two sentences long. I think the last one garnered one private message and an awkward silence, which is interesting given the topic's potential impact on vitoc dependency and at the very least a 20b+ asset to be shot at.

It's okay Utari, I don't think anyone expects you or others to read something more than a paragraph long here.
#9 - 2016-12-09 17:39:01 UTC
Mizhara Del'thul wrote:
They don't tend to get much traction if it's more than two sentences long. I think the last one garnered one private message and an awkward silence, which is interesting given the topic's potential impact on vitoc dependency and at the very least a 20b+ asset to be shot at.

It's okay Utari, I don't think anyone expects you or others to read something more than a paragraph long here.



Ok, so your question is, "Does anyone expect Utari or others to read something more than a paragraph?"

I'm gonna say no. But I do kinda miss the days where'd you get a 'wall of text" reply to opinions on what to have for dinner.


Is it better to give or receive?


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Goonswarm Federation
#10 - 2016-12-09 18:22:50 UTC
Sinti Vailatti wrote:
Is it better to give or receive?


Depends—If it's money, receive. If it's relativistic death-salami from 1400mm barrels, definitely give.

And now the question:
Why did no-one answer Trii's question?
#11 - 2016-12-09 18:26:06 UTC
Arrendis wrote:
Sinti Vailatti wrote:
Is it better to give or receive?


Depends—If it's money, receive. If it's relativistic death-salami from 1400mm barrels, definitely give.

And now the question:
Why did no-one answer Trii's question?


Because I was too poor growing up to have a ride.

I kid, my first ride was a freighter in space on the day I was born. I was just a tinsy bit early.

How do you feel about the economic situation in Solitude?

"Face the enemy as a solid wall For faith is your armor And through it, the enemy will find no breach Wrap your arms around the enemy For faith is your fire And with it, burn away his evil"

#12 - 2016-12-09 18:29:51 UTC  |  Edited by: Aria Jenneth
Arrendis wrote:
Sinti Vailatti wrote:
Is it better to give or receive?


Depends—If it's money, receive. If it's relativistic death-salami from 1400mm barrels, definitely give.

And now the question:
Why did no-one answer Trii's question?


It was unclear, but depending on how you read it, the majority of our first "rides" were probably being carried by a nurse or physician or something. I don't remember, of course, but for once probably nobody else remembers any better than I do.

Question:

What is the farthest you've been, in every sense, from home?


Edit:

Dammit, Utari!

Answer: So, if you're talking about the capsuleer markets, I guess I don't know very much about it. If you're talking about the non-capsuleer markets, it seems a little typically frontier-ish. I'm a little concerned that the large-scale landholders currently set up on some worlds will eventually wind up as economically-entrenched quasi-feudal aristocracy without the limits and oversight that come with that kind of status in the Empire.

My question's still the same.
Arataka Research Consortium
#13 - 2016-12-09 18:40:56 UTC
Aria Jenneth wrote:

What is the farthest you've been, in every sense, from home?

Exactly one teenage problem

What are you tired of hearing/reading?
#14 - 2016-12-09 18:44:17 UTC
Jaret Victorian wrote:
Aria Jenneth wrote:

What is the farthest you've been, in every sense, from home?

Exactly one teenage problem

What are you tired of hearing/reading?

People complaining about the IGS instead of posting more interesting stuff on it.

What is "One teenage problem?" I think I must be missing some kind of cultural reference.
#15 - 2016-12-09 18:48:40 UTC
I'm not really sure what was meant by the "one teenage problem" comment.

Where do you store your valuable assets and what kind of security set-up do you have?
Arataka Research Consortium
#16 - 2016-12-09 18:52:25 UTC
Persephone Alleile wrote:
I'm not really sure what was meant by the "one teenage problem" comment.

Where do you store your valuable assets and what kind of security set-up do you have?

Oh please. We all had blunder years, yes? I'm very close to my home and family.

In a secure container and I don't remember where I put the password for it - this has to be the most secure place.

What is the hardest thing you have ever said no to?
Goonswarm Federation
#17 - 2016-12-09 18:53:48 UTC
Torture and murder.

What was the problem? (Can't help it, you've made it kinda a thing now, and I'm all curious.)
#18 - 2016-12-09 18:57:12 UTC
Persephone Alleile wrote:
I'm not really sure what was meant by the "one teenage problem" comment.

Where do you store your valuable assets and what kind of security set-up do you have?


Scattered in hangars all over creation; standard capsuleer hangar security craziness-- like most of us, in both cases.

When have you, personally, gone too far?
Arataka Research Consortium
#19 - 2016-12-09 19:00:43 UTC  |  Edited by: Jaret Victorian
Arrendis wrote:
Torture and murder.

What was the problem? (Can't help it, you've made it kinda a thing now, and I'm all curious.)

Oh it's nothing interesting. Just thought I could be the most useful gear in the State.

Edit: Thread is moving so fast, nobody will see me posting!

Answer: self-destructing my pod in a very unsafe environment.

What annoys you when other people do it, but you occasionally do it as well?
Pandemic Horde
#20 - 2016-12-09 19:03:26 UTC
Jaret Victorian wrote:
Arrendis wrote:
Torture and murder.

What was the problem? (Can't help it, you've made it kinda a thing now, and I'm all curious.)

Oh it's nothing interesting. Just thought I could be the most useful gear in the State.

What annoys you when other people do it, but you occasionally do it as well?



Post an opinion on the IGS.

What law would you like to see made obsolete?

"Angels live, they never die, Apart from us, behind the sky. They're fading souls who've turned to ice, So ashen white in paradise."

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