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    >> I enjoy writing things in 1337, it looks better.

    Does it really?
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    > Does it really?
    y3r dn uno? 1 h4s ro3p.

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    ro3p???
    All the buzzt!
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    >> I enjoy writing things in 1337, it looks better
    I can only guess that you're joking as I can't see any spelling errors or punctuation errors in your post... which means your name is ironic. I like you. You'll go far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CornedBee View Post
    ro3p???
    Enough ro3p to hang yourself?

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    I sent a PM to Kermi3 on 5/15 requesting a new user name. How long should this take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Burch View Post
    I sent a PM to Kermi3 on 5/15 requesting a new user name. How long should this take?
    Figure about a month or so after you stop caring and give up trying... as a ball-park number.
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    >> I sent a PM to Kermi3 on 5/15 requesting a new user name. How long should this take?
    Did you get a reply? kermi might not have the ability to make that change, so he likely passed it on to webmaster, and who knows if/when webmaster will get around to it.

    If it happens it happens, but if it hasn't happened by now who knows if it will at all.

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    Actually Elysia really means Struck by lightning.

    So yeah, I guess it's quite descriptive.
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    I sent a PM to Kermi3 on 5/15 requesting a new user name. How long should this take?
    Actually, I recall discussing this a while back. It should have happened by now. Perhaps it was forgotten along the way. Apologies and I will pass this matter along as Mods don't have the ability to change usernames directly.

    And as far as usernames go, when I signed up here way back in who-the-hell-knows, I was spending phenominal amounts of time programming. The light through my window of the sun coming up was frequently an indication that it was time to call the coding session to and end and hit the sack. Hence the light at dawn was my personal sign of intense and in depth programming.
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    Thanks. It hasn't happened yet, and that's OK, because in the PM I sent to Kermi, I chose a new username, but I've since decided against that one ("Entity"). Now I want to be "Dino"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino View Post
    Thanks. It hasn't happened yet, and that's OK, because in the PM I sent to Kermi, I chose a new username, but I've since decided against that one ("Entity"). Now I want to be "Dino"
    Well just freakin' great, the username changed universally and now I have no clue who you are.
    Last edited by brewbuck; 06-04-2008 at 09:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewbuck View Post
    Well just freakin' great, the username changed universally and know I have no clue who you are.
    He's Dean Martin, of course.

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    >> Well just freakin' great, the username changed universally and now I have no clue who you are.
    See posts #51 and #52.

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    Why he calls himself a dinosaur programer?

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