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November 21, 2010: "e-life" 
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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
James Berardinelli wrote:
Patrick wrote:
Dragonbeard wrote:
James, your wife uses the forum? I'm guessing she'd use a cleverly disguised name so as not to give herself away. My guess is ed_metal_head or something innocuous ;)


Nah, in the early days she was quite active here but alas, her posting is now something akin to a unicorn or Bigfoot.


Any comment I might make at this point would just get me in trouble.


Well...what happened here? Did Dragonbeard actually think I was Sheryl? Strange.

I do sometimes wear a wig and ask people to call me Mrs. Berardinelli but there's no way someone from Yateley, Hampshire, United Kingdom could know that.

Methinks I'll stop there. My posts are clearly too strange for the Berardinelli's Writings section. Perhaps I should consult a psychologist. Is any forum member associated with this field?

You see Ed, now you've started to creep them out. They no longer think you're funny and you're talking to yourself. Just stop. Please sto


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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
ed_metal_head wrote:
I do sometimes wear a wig and ask people to call me Mrs. Berardinelli but there's no way someone from Yateley, Hampshire, United Kingdom could know that.

Methinks I'll stop there. My posts are clearly too strange for the Berardinelli's Writings section. Perhaps I should consult a psychologist. Is any forum member associated with this field?

You see Ed, now you've started to creep them out. They no longer think you're funny and you're talking to yourself. Just stop. Please sto


Sheryl is a psychologist.


Mon Nov 29, 2010 5:02 pm
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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
James Berardinelli wrote:
ed_metal_head wrote:
I do sometimes wear a wig and ask people to call me Mrs. Berardinelli but there's no way someone from Yateley, Hampshire, United Kingdom could know that.

Methinks I'll stop there. My posts are clearly too strange for the Berardinelli's Writings section. Perhaps I should consult a psychologist. Is any forum member associated with this field?

You see Ed, now you've started to creep them out. They no longer think you're funny and you're talking to yourself. Just stop. Please sto


Sheryl is a psychologist.

I knew ReelViews was downright clinical.

Mmm, clinical. There's a word that's been experiencing some positive semantic change over time.


Mon Nov 29, 2010 5:05 pm
Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
James Berardinelli wrote:
ed_metal_head wrote:
I do sometimes wear a wig and ask people to call me Mrs. Berardinelli but there's no way someone from Yateley, Hampshire, United Kingdom could know that.

Methinks I'll stop there. My posts are clearly too strange for the Berardinelli's Writings section. Perhaps I should consult a psychologist. Is any forum member associated with this field?

You see Ed, now you've started to creep them out. They no longer think you're funny and you're talking to yourself. Just stop. Please sto


Sheryl is a psychologist.


I'm not sure if that was for my benefit or for the other readers but my prodigious memory for useless facts vividly recollects a Reelthoughts where you said Sheryl was doing postgrad Clinical Psych. That's why I brought up a Psychologist in the first place (and why I said that I was "creep"ing them out). Now I really intend to stop. Otherwise I'll start bringing up The Great Gloveless Gardening Incident again. Whoops.


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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
OK, I give this bot props for sheer WTF value.

Then again, gotta love the appropriateness of being in the "e-life" ;-)

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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
Bushteaser wrote:
OK, I give this bot props for sheer WTF value.

Then again, gotta love the appropriateness of being in the "e-life" ;-)

Agreed. I read that post and thought that I was watching myself watching a version of myself on a drug I'd never heard of before. *shakes head vehemently*


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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
Bushteaser wrote:
OK, I give this bot props for sheer WTF value.

Then again, gotta love the appropriateness of being in the "e-life" ;-)


That's why I didn't delete the post as "spam." It's just too good not to keep up there. :)


Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:54 pm
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Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
James Berardinelli wrote:
Bushteaser wrote:
OK, I give this bot props for sheer WTF value.

Then again, gotta love the appropriateness of being in the "e-life" ;-)


That's why I didn't delete the post as "spam." It's just too good not to keep up there. :)


If it's that good then someone should at least disable the links or something. If an unsuspecting visitor was to naively click one of those links they risk being infected by malware (not saying it will happen).

I hope you wouldn't want to indirectly mess up your readers' computers.


Thu Mar 03, 2011 6:42 pm
Post Re: November 21, 2010: "e-life"
ed_metal_head wrote:
James Berardinelli wrote:

That's why I didn't delete the post as "spam." It's just too good not to keep up there. :)


If it's that good then someone should at least disable the links or something. If an unsuspecting visitor was to naively click one of those links they risk being infected by malware (not saying it will happen).

I hope you wouldn't want to indirectly mess up your readers' computers.



That's it, James. I'm de-Modding you. Give me your keyboard :)


Thu Mar 03, 2011 6:52 pm
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