Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by NEPatriot, Feb 14, 2010.
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Obama misses Bush.
11:27 ... 11:30 ... 11:32
Followed by ...
12:27 ... 12:47 ... 12:50 and 12:52
Technically ... separate days ... for all us haters that's a big dose of bite me. :deadhorse:
The revenge of NEP ... the air raid sirens are giving the all clear now. :nosmile:
I play the game by YOUR RULES. Stop b!tching!:rocker::rocker::rocker::singing::singing:
Nope ... I didn't make that rule ... I voted no on that one ... post away IMO.
Why do you always remind me of 4 threads???
Just to bust your balls ... :rofl:
IF you continue to break the rules and post > 4 threads the excess threads will be closed and you will get more infractions and no more warnings.
NO MORE THAN 4 THREADS.
It is at least the second time you had to go in a thread to tell him limit his thread creating...you giving him a three strikes and you are out for good since last time he got a temporary ban or is this time he is gone for good?
Personally, I'm satisfied if Nepatriot is kept from sweeping all threads not started by him off of the first page. He's an attention whore, but as long as there's something else to look at, its not so bad.
If you look at the time for all posted my threads, you'll see different time for DIFFERENT DAYs. It simply reflects 4 threads for saturday and 4 threads for sunday.
What is the problem? Why did you lock some of my threads and give me an infraction when I followed the rule?
All the threads were after 12 am when I looked at the posting times. If you want to stay within the rules no more than 4 threads in any 24 hr period.
This is what I see on my computer. I live in CA and my board setting reflects Pacific Time. I FOLLOWED the rule.
$1 cigaret tax: Yesterday, 11:32 PM
Impeach Obama board: Yesterday, 11:30 PM
Obama sign into law public debt: Yesterday, 11:27 PM
Early sign of double dip: Yesterday, 11:23 PM
For all Bush haters: Today, 12:47 AM
Biden and Obama are hypocrites: Today, 12:27 AM
Queen Obama: Today, 12:50 AM
CNN news anchor: Today, 12:52 AM
There may be a need for clarification here.
Is the rule "within a 24 hour period," or is it "in a day?" (Which is nit-picking because a "day" is any 24 hour time period , i.e. noon on Tuesday to noon on Wednesday is "a day." ) I suppose a more basic understanding of "a day" might be "Today is Sunday, tomorrow is Monday," but that seems like pretty Neanderthal thinking.
If it's the basically understood "in a day" then posting 4 threads immediately before midnight and 4 threads immediately after midnight is, technically, 4 in one day and 4 in another - although it's most likely done with the intent to annoy rather than "oh this is the only time I can get online in the entire 48 hour period," rather than just being unable to grasp what "a day" really means.
If it's the more sophisticated "in a 24 hour period," then we have a flagrant disregard for the rules in that, by your own admission, you posted 8 threads in 91 minutes.
In other words, unless you can't add or subtract time, if your "day" started at 11;23PM on Saturday it doesn't end until 11:23PM on Sunday.
See ya tonight.
I can only be here when i have free time. If i can be here between 11 pm and 12:30 am, so be it . The rule is 4 threads/day. I followed it because it showed on the board.
Yesterday is not the same as today.
Yeah right your here at ALL time's
How many hours in a day?
Was last night at 11:30PM more than that many hours ago?
A new day starts at 12 AM. When a clock ticks to 12:00 AM, it is a new date, a new day, a new month, and a new year.
The word "day" refers to various relatedly defined ideas, including the following:
24 hours (exactly)
the period of light when the Sun is above the local horizon (i.e., the time period from sunrise to sunset);
the full day covering a dark and a light period, beginning from the beginning of the dark period or from a point near the middle of the dark period;
a full dark and light period, sometimes called a nychthemeron in English, from the Greek for night-day;
the time period from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM or 9:00 PM or some other fixed clock period overlapping or set off from other time periods such as "morning", "evening", or "night".
Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Well ... on that perhaps we can all agree.
The rule is 4 threads / day. You change it to 4 threads/24 hours. When did you change it?
You look at the clock and it shows 9:30 pm on Saturday. You refuse to call it is Sunday even though the clock shows 12:00 AM or 9:00 AM?
After all, a day has 24 hrs.:bricks::bricks:
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