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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: His Majesty King Michael I by sighthound on 4 August 2006 10:12pm
 
Hello, Morse.

BTW, a lot of us from former colonies don't take too kindly to the notion of royalty.
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by bandgeek512 on 4 August 2006 11:12pm
 
How considerate of you. We little people always hate to approach royalty of a messageboard. You know how rude that can be.

So, I think the burning question is, "Who died and made you king?"
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by Ginnyp on 4 August 2006 11:57pm
 
If,constitutionally you are not allowed to reply to our comments, then do not. We are quite happy to carry on with our own amicable chit-chat without you. Surely no constitution exists if you are on your own. What constitution is this?
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by Ginnyp on 5 August 2006 12:38am
 
Is this
the constitution of cannabis? If so we're here to talk to you briefly, then you must go and talk to somebody better able to help you sweetheart. We just chat!
Best Wishes

 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by arty_farty on 5 August 2006 1:24am
 
to be honest this isn't a site that needs a ruler. this site already has a webmaster and stuff.
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by tucsonmike on 5 August 2006 3:48am
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_I_of_Romania

The King of Romania? LOL!

Yeah, us colonials tend to git ornery 'round y'all with titles.

Something tells me Mr. Palin would not approve of this attempted Coup D'Etat.

Arty is right. We already have supervision. Plus, we take care of each other.

And if Ginny is right and you are not going to respond, well...
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by bandgeek512 on 5 August 2006 6:31am
 
Constitutionally...what constitution are we talking about?? Where is it? I'd like to read it.

Ah, the meaning and relevance of being the king of a website message board. What is that? I'm eager to know.

I didn't know we had a king...

Well, I didn't vote for you!
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by sighthound on 5 August 2006 5:07pm
 
Morse, I know that you wanted to "play" with this, your latest incarnation, but you again let ego-dominance get in the way of true play. I get the feeling that you, like me, may have been an only, isolated child with no opportunity to learn the true democratic nature of play. I suggest that you work on another incarnation that doesn't depend on the debasement of your play-mates. (The only way to play with King Michael would be to foment a revolution - not the direction that I think you intended for this scenario or one that anyone else seems to be interested in....)
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by canaveralgumby on 5 August 2006 5:25pm
 
At the very least, I am impressed with the prose, being a Renfest geek myself...
 
Re: His Majesty King Michael I by Tauriel on 5 August 2006 7:00pm
 
You guys know that the best thing would be just to ignore him, don't you? ;-)
 
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