Posters without avatars. Should they be banned or ostracized?

Should posters without avatars be given a deadline to get one and then banned or ostracized?


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OK, I'll admit it, I'm a lame ass when it comes to computers and doing things outside my comfort zone------meaning knowing how to do it. So, if you plan on giving out avatars for us lame asses, I propose you hit me with a pic of the "Pinhead" from the movie "Freaks" that came out in the 30's. Seems appropriate too.


ETA: Either Schlitzie or Zip, the human pinheads.
Being an ex-firefighter I propose that this should be your new avatar.


You know what to do @Jay
 
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Being an ex-firefighter I propose that this should be your new avatar.


You know what to do @Jay

I always thought those calendars made a noble profession come off as a bit gay, but I know the women really like them, and so do a lot of gay men-------and therein lies the cringe factor for me----------------:lol:
 
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Haggis

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Without avatars, there's literally about 10 posters here who I can tell apart from each other.

:hat
 
I always thought those calendars made a noble profession come off as a bit gay, but I know the women really like them, and so do a lot of gay men-------and therein lies the cringe factor for me----------------:lol:
Take your pick pal. Are you a metrosexual or a homosexual? Coke or Pepsi? The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? Firefighter or Firestarter?

We won't judge you (cough cough) we are are a pretty forgiving bunch around here.
 
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Take your pick pal. Are you a metrosexual or a homosexual? Coke or Pepsi? The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? Firefighter or Firestarter?

We won't judge you (cough cough) we are are a pretty forgiving bunch around here.
Nope, not a metrosexual======if you see how I dress you'd know that right off the bat. I dress for comfort, not style, or as my friends say, my style is pretty much "I don't give a fuck" chic.

And even though I'm nowhere near homophobic, having grown up from a very young age knowing my Godfather was gay, I would never embrace that lifestyle for myself. Oh, and my women have to be that from birth, not some mutilated lady/boy like many of this lot love to post pictures of.

Also, it's Coke, but only if rum and lime are involved. I've not tasted a Coke without alcohol in it for ages.

And as far as this being a forgiving group, I can attest to that since so many former and current posters tend to push some of the bounds from time to time and they are still around.
 
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Haggis

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And even though I'm nowhere near homophobic, having grown up from a very young age knowing my Godfather was gay, I would never embrace that lifestyle for myself.
Jesus, that must've been a tough row for him to hoe in the South back in the day.

:hat
 
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Nope, not a metrosexual======if you see how I dress you'd know that right off the bat. I dress for comfort, not style, or as my friends say, my style is pretty much "I don't give a fuck" chic.

And even though I'm nowhere near homophobic, having grown up from a very young age knowing my Godfather was gay, I would never embrace that lifestyle for myself. Oh, and my women have to be that from birth, not some mutilated lady/boy like many of this lot love to post pictures of.

Also, it's Coke, but only if rum and lime are involved. I've not tasted a Coke without alcohol in it for ages.

And as far as this being a forgiving group, I can attest to that since so many former and current posters tend to push some of the bounds from time to time and they are still around.
You remind me of me.
That is beside the point, I've been trying to troll you for a good few hours now and it seems you won't take the bait. Fair play :lol:

That's exactly what a metrosexual would do.
 
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Jesus, that must've been a tough row for him to hoe in the South back in the day.

:hat

Oh yeah, there were neighbors who would point and whisper-------and sometimes not whisper but shout out their phobias at him. He did find someone to share his life with, named John, and the guy was a great guy to know and turned out to be a very good family friend. They lived together for over 30 years before he got very ill and passed away. My uncle, by this time was into his late 60's and didn't take up with anyone else and eventually passed away a couple years later from cancer.

I do remember John getting busted up a few times due to people not liking him for his sexual proclivity, but that was the climate back in the 50's. I remember my aunt, his sister, and my grandmother, his mother, not acknowledging they were living as a gay couple-------"They were just good friends" is what they'd say.

I'd bust their bubble from time to time and tell them, "I don't care how good men are friends, they don't share the same bed in a 3 bedroom house."
You remind me of me.
That is beside the point, I've been trying to troll you for a good few hours now and it seems you won't take the bait. Fair play :lol:

That's exactly what a metrosexual would do.

I'm warning you. If you don't stop, I'm going to bitch slap you with my man purse.

How's that for a reaction...….:yep