Squrlz4Ever

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Working hard to make "yush" a thing again.

squrlz4ever wrote:
semichisam01 Hmmm... that's inventive. I like it. Or wait, here's another idea. Fly airplanes along the coastline, dispersing acorns out the bomb bay doors. Then release the squirrels with the GPS units. The paths of the squirrels will delineate the coastline because any acorn that is not in the ocean will be retrieved. O.O

I love the idea of this, especially the part about airplanes dropping millions of acorns from the sky.
squrlz4ever wrote:
emmettyville I envision a legion of professional squirrel coastline perambulators, precisely measuring the coastline of New Zealand. Yes, yes... little GPS collars... acorns placed every 20 meters or so... this could work.
squrlz4ever wrote:
semichisam01 More of an avocation, really. Regardless, nuts are always good.
squrlz4ever wrote:
thezigrat LOL... yes. Definitely has a drinking problem.
squrlz4ever wrote:
panth753 Go you! I think planning for a vacation post-vacation is a smart idea, too. ~Squrlz waves at Panth~
squrlz4ever wrote:
Great Open Forum intro, Markus.
squrlz4ever wrote:
monkwarrior Got it. Thanks.
squrlz4ever wrote:
scheckydamon A chipmunk? No... I'm thinking of becoming a Squirrel Errant and traveling the local fields and woods searching for adventure. "Don Squrlz of the Mid-Atlantic" will be my knightly appellation. I am trying to convince one of my chickadee friends to become my squire. He is a bit dubious about the whole thing, but I have been describing the riches and fame we will no doubt garner from the enterprise, and I think he is beginning to come around.
squrlz4ever wrote:
Draculya Admittedly, I may be a little biased on this topic.
squrlz4ever wrote:
waldo863 Sorry to hear this, Waldo. Glad you're here and wish you well.
squrlz4ever wrote:
Gerry1of1 Damn. I forgot that minor detail. Well, squirrels are way better than rats. Trust me.
squrlz4ever wrote:
daegog Daegog, you have some seriously great memes. Kudos.
squrlz4ever wrote:
Gerry1of1 LOL... rodents can be valuable allies. (See: Willard.)

I have been busy in all sorts of outlandish schemes of late, which has curtailed some of my IAB time. Among them: I am giving serious thought to becoming a Squirrel Errant, and riding about the countryside on my hobbyhorse, combating varlets and ruffians and defending the innocent.
squrlz4ever wrote:
melcervini LOL! You might be right there. 
squrlz4ever wrote:
skeeter01 Thanks, Skeeter.
squrlz4ever wrote:
holygod Holy crap. Looks like I woofed too soon.
squrlz4ever wrote:
melcervini "Woof," quoth the squirrel.
squrlz4ever wrote:
Gerry1of1 Totally onboard with this comment. If more IABers would follow suit, I'd rejoice. I do think IAB as a whole has come a long way in the past several weeks. Yes, not everyone likes mods. Yes, mods are not perfect. Yes, getting a warning from a mod can suck and be a bit of a shock. But by and large, most IABers seem to prefer having some reasonable limits in place rather than a free-for-all.

My two cents here. ~Squrlz raises a copper penny in each paw~
squrlz4ever wrote:
monkwarrior "A mod again"? You haven't been an IAB mod ever, so far as I know. Do you mean on some other website? Just asking for some clarification here.
squrlz4ever wrote:
monkwarrior Yes. I'm traveling, which is making this a bit of a challenge. But I will schedule three hours tomorrow to communicate with Fancy and the mods so we can get post 2 about the Standards up shortly. It's me causing the delays and I apologize. We will definitely get a Standards post up shortly.

Fellow mods, please check in on Slack by this time tomorrow. I'll have some questions/comments/revisions to run by you all before Standards post #2. Also mods: If you haven't cast your votes on the Standards spreadsheet, please do so ASAP. Thanks!
squrlz4ever wrote:
skeeter01 Draculya normalfreak2 marsii
A thought: It's probably best to avoid making comments regarding the recently-banned IABer, in my opinion. First, because that person isn't here to defend himself. Second, because doing so is essentailly a siren-song calling to him to respond via a sockpuppet account. Regarding the latter, I have deleted probably at least a dozen such comments in this thread in the past 12 hours.

In other words, comments like the ones here, well-meaning or otherwise, are probably going to make the job of moderating more difficult than it already is. Sorry to be a pest, but please give what I'm saying some thought. Thanks.
squrlz4ever wrote:
dm2754 How do you get "toxic feminism" out of Cutie's few sentences of intro? She makes the point that the 30-year-old is exceedingly awkward socially, which is undeniable. You're dragging feminism into this for some reason or reasons of your own, I think.
squrlz4ever wrote:
chicagojay Fixing it now. Thanks.
squrlz4ever wrote:
insaneai Your snark notwithstanding, I don't know how much detail is required because the answer to your question is manifest.

Warren v. District of Columbia means that individuals can't sue police officers or police departments if they are victims of a crime. Without such a ruling, every municipality in the nation would go bankrupt in a year.

The ruling says nothing at all about moral responsibility, which is the sphere in which this particular school police officer failed.
squrlz4ever wrote:
insaneai Ahhhh. Now I see what's going on. You're triggered here by Second Amendment issues and are resorting to the NRA arguments so quickly that you're not even registering what I wrote. I never said anything at all about the gun or gun control; haven't mentioned them in a single comment. What I have made reference to is the inaction of the school cop and its contributing role in the deaths of the students.