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    I post this here because I am sure you will appreciate the analysis.

    http://redwing.hutman.net/~mreed/

    alot of truths can be found - although in most cases it is a mix of characters which embody a member
    however a bit too many personas....
    although aren't we all unique?
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    http://redwing.hutman.net/~mreed/warriorshtm/bigcat.htm

    Big Cat would rather not fight...he enjoys peacefully observing forum conversations and laconically participates when the moods strikes. He playfully chases interesting threads, and from time to time uses a Newbie or Propellerhead as a convenient scratching post. He enjoys being stroked or petted, and tends to purr loudly. CAUTION: Don't be fooled by his fuzzy, playful exterior. When provoked, Big Cat reacts with lightning speed and almost always lands on his feet after an attack. Big Cat often indulges himself by toying with his victim before delivering his lethal blows.
    i'd like to think this me

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    Yeah, right Dave

    I dont know which is me but they're funny and for almost everyone I read I think "that's like ... ."

    It would be unfair to equate these caricatures to other people, I feel
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

    --Good for them if they survive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
    Yeah, right Dave

    I dont know which is me but they're funny and for almost everyone I read I think "that's like ... ."

    It would be unfair to equate these caricatures to other people, I feel
    unfair ....perhaps
    fun.....indeed

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    who's me? who's me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDave
    who's me? who's me?
    you are inviting...no in fact asking manker to pigeonhole you????

    On your own head be it ........manker take it away

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDave
    who's me? who's me?
    Team chat says him



    You're not tho' but I cant find a suitable one. I seen myself all over that site
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

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    On the outer layer : I would have presented the layout of the site in a scroll formation, for easier scanning.
    The Patience of forum members is limited
    The pictures become too stereotypical (and soft) after the first five.
    As a "member" of (forum) "discussion groups" as they call it, i am also interested in the actual "concept" of a forum and am trying to understand the absurdity of this social "need" which i have found myself leaning towards.
    It is strange and fascinating how one "charectirizes" members by there responses , their avatar and other info (sigs etc)
    yet in the end all there is are "words"

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