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    posted a message on Bamboo Forests

    This is a marvellous idea. Bravo!


    Diamonds all around!


    :Diamond: :Diamond: :Diamond: :Diamond: :Diamond: :Diamond:

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Post your Art!
    Quote from thebaum64

    That wolf is amazing!!!!!!!!

    I agree!
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on Using the 'like' Button
    Quote from Akame
    People don't use it because frankly, there's no point to it

    Why's that? It voices agreement, and/or appreciation. I certainly appreciate getting them.
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Using the 'like' Button
    It seems to me that a lot of people do not use this feature. Why?

    For those of you who DO use it, under what circumstances do you use it?
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on How do you feel about PPNS shuting down?
    Quote from cup_of_water

    PPNS

    People-Pouring-out-NonSence

    Seriously, it was the same 20 people wasting 20 staff members time by complaining about the same 20 topics that would never be answered in 20 millennium, and every time I saw it on the active thread box or in my search query and saw a non practical bigoted comment attached to it I wanted to punch whoever made PPNS in the face. Oh, and even worse, people would give rep for supporting their opinions, so you could have 400 rep and not know a thing about minecraft. Good riddance, and I hope everyone forgets about the tumor that was PPNS quickly.

    Plus, I hope staff close this and any other controversial topic swiftly, minecraft forum can still be saved, a good step was taken by removing this garbage.

    And this post is better than the ones you are complaining about how?
    Shutting down PPNS was unfair and unjustified. They would have had a fair excuse if they even gave us a heads up that there was a problem. It's not fair to expect us to meet their expectations if we:

    1. don't know what they are

    2. don't know we are not meeting them



    I don't know about you guys, but I flunked mind-reading class.
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Pirate Booty
    Quote from QualityCookie
    Sounds kinda rad I guess, but it wouldn't work without a more Piratee theme, like new mobs. It would just build up some weird and yet awkward kind of conspiracy theory of the game's story that doesn't even exist.

    I give it a "maybe"

    Maybe as in "Maybe if you add some more to it, or put it in a "campaign mode" that someone else has suggested earlier."

    Mineshafts and dungeons have no corresponding mob to explain their origin. Same thing with temples.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on How do you feel about PPNS shuting down?
    Quote from TheRacker
    Too much heated disagreement for a supposedly family friendly forum about minecraft. Plus lets be honest there wasn't much news or science or philosophy beyond "there is/isn't a god" there, it was all just political and religious discussion. And any news or science that was posted there would quickly be derailed into a political or religious argument. And no one's views were ever changed, so each discussion ended up just being "i'm right, here's why with statistics and articles I googled", and then "no I'm right, here's opposite statistics and articles I googled". And so on for pages and pages.

    That doesn't mean it couldn't have been improved.

    It was my favorite subforum. I really enjoyed it. I'm really let down by this.
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Small Suggestions
    Beacons should be able top be placed sideways too, even upside down.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on What's your favorite Robin Williams film?
    Quote from O4343
    I'm ashamed to say I can only recall Good Morning, Vietnam clearly, but I do have to say it was a great film.

    What I liked about it... It was funny, really funny, which surprised me considering the setting (and the age of the film), but it was also very serious at times, and very impactful at those points. It flowed well, it was easy to follow, and it could change its tone at the drop of a pin. I really loved it. I think I'll go buy a copy of it if there's a Blu-ray release available.

    In semi-related issues, I do recall seeing Bicentennial Man a long time ago; it probably contributed to my fear of androids, so it left quite the mark. You should probably add that one to the list, just in case someone liked that one.

    Added:)
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on Lost my love and just want to get my feelings out.
    Do something dramatic. Writing a letter in your own blood usually works. An oldie but a goodie.
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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