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Michael Hirtes

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Jul 11, 2003, 3:50:52 PM7/11/03
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Wouldn't want you to miss any of it, would I? ;)

A.S.D

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Jul 11, 2003, 4:25:17 PM7/11/03
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Michael Hirtes <mhi...@KILL.ALL.THE.SPAMMERS.telemarketers.too.com>
shall never vanquished be until great Birnam wood to high
alt.fan.furry. hill shall come against him.

>Wouldn't want you to miss any of it, would I? ;)

there used to be a computer game called Krush, Kill and Destory.
It was a command and conquer clone.
It have mutatnts in it, but I cannot remeber if any of them were beast
men or something like that.

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The innocent have nothing to fear

A.S.D

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Jul 11, 2003, 4:26:21 PM7/11/03
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Michael Hirtes <mhi...@KILL.ALL.THE.SPAMMERS.telemarketers.too.com>
shall never vanquished be until great Birnam wood to high
alt.fan.furry. hill shall come against him.

>Wouldn't want you to miss any of it, would I? ;)

K4wl website as well, I'm glad the furry fandom is getting so much
publicity and is now big enoguh to warrent such a website.

We can only move forwards from here!

Swipecat

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Jul 11, 2003, 6:52:18 PM7/11/03
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asd.asdasd...@lycos.co.uk (A.S.D) wrote:

Here, I sort of agree with Dave. If we've got parody sites, then we
ought to be big enough to justify it. Maybe it does mean we're now going
places.

Then again, who am I kidding? Furrydom is small and insignificant in
this wide world. I do wonder at the aimlessness of people who expend
their time and money on parodying something so trivial.

Richard de Wylfin

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Jul 12, 2003, 12:13:31 PM7/12/03
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In article <3f0f1d03...@news.cis.dfn.de>,
asd.asdasd...@lycos.co.uk (A.S.D) wrote:

They probably got that from an old episode of "Lost in Space" where
a robot (possibly the Robinson's robot malfunctioning, but I don't
really remember) went around saying "CRUSH ... KILL ... DESTROY ..."

New alt.possessive.its.has.no.apostrophe products on Cafeshops:
http://www.cafeshops.com/jotandcomma

Chris Baird

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Jul 13, 2003, 7:14:43 AM7/13/03
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I'm very proud to have contributed in some small way to this site..

By the way, does anyone have a save of "The Quoz came Back" filk from
1996 (Google Groups doesn't have it), and Quozl's public admission to
finger-fucking his cat?

--
Chris,,

Michael Hirtes

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Jul 13, 2003, 7:21:38 AM7/13/03
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In article <uf65m6r...@brushtail.apana.org.au>,
Chris Baird <ab...@brushtail.apana.org.au> wrote:

Um

(spits out his marning Pepsi)

WHAT???

Don Sanders

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Jul 13, 2003, 2:36:01 PM7/13/03
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In article <uf65m6r...@brushtail.apana.org.au>,
ab...@brushtail.apana.org.au says...

I ask you, was that really necessary to bring that up? With the
roaring and the hissing on the newsgroups for the past weeks, nay
months, do we really need to be reminded of such things? Do I
suspect that you are educating the new arrivals on the various dark
sides of the fandom which most want to at least leave buried for
awhile. With the many posts going around about what is wrong with
the fandom you think this is a good way of fixing it? At this rate,
the tarnishing of the fandom's rep is not caused by the few so-called
weirdos, but those who point their fingers at them and bring them out
into the forefront.

Oh well. Just as well it's your right, carry on.

--
Don Sanders.

Ken Pick

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Jul 14, 2003, 12:38:02 PM7/14/03
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Michael Hirtes <mhi...@KILL.ALL.THE.SPAMMERS.telemarketers.too.com> wrote in message news:<mhirtes-20869A...@news.central.cox.net>...

> Wouldn't want you to miss any of it, would I? ;)

I see Hirtes needs to change his pants & underwear. Again.

Ken Pick

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Jul 14, 2003, 12:40:05 PM7/14/03
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asd.asdasd...@lycos.co.uk (A.S.D) wrote in message news:<3f0f1d4c...@news.cis.dfn.de>...

Is this another Hirtes sock puppet?

Ken Pick

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Jul 14, 2003, 12:42:48 PM7/14/03
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Chris Baird <ab...@brushtail.apana.org.au> wrote in message news:<uf65m6r...@brushtail.apana.org.au>...

Well, what can you expect from an uber-fanboy who took his fan name
from an Alan Dean Foster exploitation novel about always-yiffy furry
aliens?

(That's YIFFY YIFFY YIFFY! FURRY FURRY FURRY!)

Griffure

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Jul 14, 2003, 1:25:23 PM7/14/03
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Sorry. As you may have made it clear, I'm quite a newbie on this NG. I'm
glad to have heard *here* of CYD. I have spent my week end to read their
articles. Wow, the cold shower! It may be painful for some, but I prefer
to know some bits of our history. More than this, I have known the thing
by its "various dark sides very soon".

It is perfectly true that many thing in furry fandom appear to be
outrageous. So what ? Nothing to be proud of, really. And it is a good
thing to sort the good from the bad, from time to time.

As long as we/they do not pile wood to build stakes, why not. No hatred,
no intolerance. If it is online, it can/should be pinpointed.

And life goes on.

Griffure

Chris Beilby

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Jul 14, 2003, 2:53:08 PM7/14/03
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"Ken Pick" <cath...@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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Nope. Just Davey-boy, our other annoying troll.


Paul Johnson

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Jul 15, 2003, 8:32:01 AM7/15/03
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The 14 Jul 2003 09:40:05 -0700, Ken Pick <cath...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Is this another Hirtes sock puppet?

8:o) No. It's just Saunders again.

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: :' : proud Debian admin and user
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Ostrich

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Jul 15, 2003, 6:59:03 PM7/15/03
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Richard de Wylfin <thetal...@mailandnews.com> wrote in message news:<thetalkingfox-6B8...@velox.critter.net>...

>
> They probably got that from an old episode of "Lost in Space" where
> a robot (possibly the Robinson's robot malfunctioning, but I don't
> really remember) went around saying "CRUSH ... KILL ... DESTROY ..."
>

That was an evil robot named 'IDAK' - Intergalactic Destroyer and
Killer. He was one of your uber-cheap Lost in Space robots - a man in
silver paint, with a box strapped to his chest. He looked kind of
like a deranged version of Superman, and walked as though he had no
knee joints. You can see him at http://members.tripod.com/~ed71155/
linsgalery.html

-Ostrich! <")

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