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 Post Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 4:48 am 
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I ran afoul of the bunny reading John Ringo's Posleen War series way back when. A switchblade wielding rabbit that hated telemarketers as much as I did? Intriguing! In between Ringo i caught up on the archives. I recently decided to support the madness, i mean Pete.
Spammer issues? I have a simple fix. Tell Bun Bun spammers are telemarketers in disguise! Don hazmat suits and stand clear! Problem solved.
I have also been reading Schlock Mercenary for a long time. Another great web comic.

 Post Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 11:46 pm 
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Welcome to the forum lighttek56!

Ah yes, John Ringo... Many, many, people have been hoodwinked by him into coming to this site. Myself is one of those as well.

That could possibly work with Bun-Bun but after the first million he would probably become bored and quit.

Always been going to read Schlock Mercenary but still haven't gotten around to it...

Anyway [member's name here], now I will tell you about the strange tradition aimed at newcomers.

At one time there were Pesterers who pestered you for poetry, but that tends to be very rare nowadays. Even though you may not be pestered, if you do go and post an original poem --usually haiku but any (clean) type is accepted-- written by you, you will most likely receive a gift in return. The "gift" will most likely be useless or maim you. Whichever it may be, it should be interesting and surprising. Lastly, this strange tradition applies to the pestering not the poetry. You are not required to do anything more to be a member here...unless you want to possibly get a [name of harmlessly fatal item here] or some other type of gift.

Now go forth and do (almost) whatever you want, just don't speculate in Reactions.

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