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O' Allah, save EgyptThat might be for the best. Anyone else wants to give their two cents?
edited 24th May '11 3:40:51 PM by MarqFJA
Ash-shaʻb yurīd isqāṭ ḥukm al-ʻaskar
Crap, new page. well, I'll just repeat myself. Ok, so this thread been up for more than 3 months, the crowner, which has been up for more than 2 months, is not really making any headway as far as a consensus, I can't imagine how this thread would not be a huge clusterfuck for anyone just jumping in, and the title isn't really indicative as to what the issue is with this trope. So with that said, might I suggest (just a suggestion) that we lock this thread and create a new thread in which we, from the get go, outline the issues with this trope and lay down some potential solutions. Just for clarity sake. Oh and I think we need to start putting reasons under each crowner options.
Man on the MountainI agree.
edited 25th May '11 9:06:18 PM by pokedude10
Never argue with a fool, onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. óMark Twain
ZzzzzzzzzzWe do not lock up threads simply because they've been open a long time. If there's no consensus to take action, or no consensus about which action to take, the thread can be locked as "no consensus". That seems to be the case here. There is no consensus about what to do. I will lock the thread. I would strongly suggest that you wait a while (a month or so, at least) before making a new one. If or when you do make a new thread, please put all the reasons for the action you are suggesting in the first post.
edited 29th May '11 2:17:02 PM by Madrugada
'He strutted across the bedroom, his hard manhood pointing the way' sounds like he owns a badly named seeing-eye dog. 'Sit, Hard Manhood!
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