Is this the confession thread?
I stole a Hershey's bar once from the candy store when I was in 6th grade, my friend got blamed for it, and I never fessed up and let him take the rap.
Gary, I'm sorry.
Originally Posted by Roy Tucker
I stole a stupid wood keychain with a shiny silver "T" on it from a local hardware stole called PK once. I told my Mom I bought it with my allowance.
I do feel better now. Hmm, maybe this thread does help.
'When I'm not longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and call myself Scoop Dogg.'
-Snoop on his retirement
Your Mom is happy.
I stole..a lot of stuff..when I was a kid..I'm sorry to Publix who I stole most it from
Princeton, the alternative was to wait months and months to implement a change that people clearly wanted made.Originally Posted by princeton
I don't necessary disagree with the change. But sometimes the majority is wrong. (and I'll leave it at that before it gets Political. )Originally Posted by Boss-Hog
For shame!Originally Posted by KronoRed
I was busted at a Rite-Aid for sticking a candybar in my sock... I tried to convince the clerk who caught me that I was going to buy it, but my shorts didn't have any pockets in them and I didn't want to carry it in my hands while I was browsing.
He didn't believe me. Never understood why...
"It's easier to give up. I'm not a very vocal player. I lead by example. I take the attitude that I've got to go out and do it. Because of who I am, I've got to give everything I've got to come back."
-Ken Griffey Jr.
Yes, and if anyone "negged" another they should be willing to back up that action. I don't see any issue with the change. Thanks, Boss.Originally Posted by Boss-Hog
A non-issue. I think identifying rep givers-takers is a good thing. You giveth or taketh away... then you will be known. Nothing wrong with that.
Nice work mods!
Small market fan... always hoping, but never expecting.
Darth-Hogg!Originally Posted by smith288
Raisel Ghul, the Demon's Head
Make that a thing.
trust is a good thing
at least, it was
This is a forum RBA, not the direction of our country. The majority here wants accountability for thise who neg others. Who negged and why. If one is negging people for opinions then I can see why those doing that would be nervous but those who use the system honestly, there shouldnt be a problem. I dont know if your argument is on principal or nervous about your negging histroy but the fact remains Boss wanted member input, he got it and the change is made.
I'm not nervous of my "neg" history. If I negged someone they deserved it (times 10).
Last edited by RBA; 06-15-2005 at 03:04 PM.
Interesting that this came up a week after Deep Throat came out. I think that anonymity is a precious thing, and deserves to be guarded. I've seen jobs lost ("talks with the HR rep will remain strictly confidential..." as if), friendships lost, and can imagine a lot worse, all over stupid presumption of anonymity.Originally Posted by smith288
and I think that principles often outweigh majority votes
and yes, I know that negs are short phrases, and that this is just a terrific internet site. Enjoy it.
I'm still wondering why this is such a big deal in the first place. The moderators run the board as they see fit...don't like it, try the mlb.com board. "Reds Live" is a great board as is the "Old Guard" -- and who cares who has 60, 600, or 6000 points?
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