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sir chaos

Mar 18, 2001, 7:14pm
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wing

Mar 18, 2001, 7:26pm
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> I really don't care much about tourists and their feelings, but if you
are afraid of Jerk Citizens ejecting tourists you like, you can always take
your tourist friends elsewhere - like, say, do a different >world or
"Community".

Amen. I sooooooooo wanna kick some of those lame tourists out of my face
sometimes. "asl" "asl" "asl" "DIE SCUMBAG"

>If GZ moved regularly enough, any tourist that was not a first-time user
would have had the opportunity to establish a personal teleport or "home"
they could meet you, and others that like them, at.

God forbid that GZ be randomly placed. I'd hate to have a stack of tourists
suddenly appear in my house and have to remove them with the above mentioned
eject :)


>
> Eep:
> Yes, I have seen your page. Your extensive love/hate relationship
with AW and its staff indeed has churned up some good ideas, some of which I
agree with. Do you have a life?
>
>
I have my doubts, but life or no life he's an important part of the
community.

eep

Mar 18, 2001, 8:50pm
[View Quote] > Yes, I am preparing my resume for ActiveWorlds - but I don't know if they will like my terms. A good amount of ActiveWorlds seems to be run on a volunteer basis, and I only have so much time (and patience) for such things. Bluntly, to infringe on my work time would literally require a pay raise. My absolute minimum at this time for contract jobs is $40 an hour - and that's for jobs I personally consider *fun* and *easy*, neither of which I suspect AW Development to be. For all those hopeful replies (in email, posts, and telegrams), we'll see in time, but don't bet anything yet. I have posted a wish list.

I have to wonder about a "professional" programmer who has a name of "Sir Chaos" though...;)

> Eep:
> Yes, I have seen your page. Your extensive love/hate relationship with AW and its staff indeed has churned up some good ideas, some of which I agree with. Do you have a life?

Unfortunately, yes.

wing

Mar 18, 2001, 9:42pm
What do you expect his name to be? 'Programmer'? That sounds too wannabe.
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wing

Mar 18, 2001, 9:43pm
Oh yeah, and email me regarding the place to send the 3 cents you now owe me
:)
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sw comit

Mar 19, 2001, 12:20am
A stack of tourists in your house? LOL, surely AW wouldn't set your place
as GZ without your permission ;)

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sw comit

Mar 19, 2001, 12:22am
What's this about 40 dollars an hour? AW gets about 15 citizens a day
average. If you worked for 7.5 hours a day you'd drain their funds all on
one person.

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eep

Mar 19, 2001, 1:03am
No, but "Sir Chaos" sounds like too much of a wanna-be hacker kid or something, which some of his "ideas" remind me of...

[View Quote] > What do you expect his name to be? 'Programmer'? That sounds too wannabe.
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sir chaos

Mar 19, 2001, 2:25am
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eep

Mar 19, 2001, 4:46am
Heh, ah, BBS handles...I used to have one that sounded wanna-be hackerlike--had the mixed case and everything (before I knew it to be hackeresque, mind you). But, no, really, I just came up with it as a codename when I was a wee lad and played G.I.Joe. But I eventually grew out of it...

[View Quote] > As a matter of fact, "Sir Chaos" originally *was* the title of a "wanna-be" hacker kid, some nineteen years ago when I (arguably a kid then at 12) made it up for use on a Commodore 64 bulletin board. Pleased to hear that you like it, "Eep Squared".

wing

Mar 19, 2001, 8:49am
Back when the servers all kept crashing I think they spent $40 an hour on
duct tape...
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j b e l l

Mar 19, 2001, 6:57pm
LOL.. that's why you use the dollar store ;-)

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tony56

Mar 19, 2001, 8:08pm
They DID use a dollar store.. they needed 40 rolls.

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