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faceless00

In Reply To
Omar Karindu

Subj: Re: The spoilers are legit [SPOILERS]
Posted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 at 10:56:00 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Are these more of your fake spoilers? [FAKE SPOILERS]
Posted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 at 08:00:58 pm EDT (Viewed 2 times)

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You made up a load of FAKE-spoiler nonsense about the Sopranos finale at the Television board, did the same thing at the Spider-Man board regading an upcoming animated series, and now you're trying it in this crosspost to the AMB and MUB.

It's quite annoying to many of us and it's gone beyond the stage where you can pass it off as an exuberant error or a bad source. Especially since, at the SMB, you got immediately busted and admitted you were full of it.

- Omar Karindu

"A Renoir. I have three, myself. I had four, but ordered one burned...It
displeased me." -- Doctor Doom

"It's not, 'Oh, they killed Sue Dibney and I always loved that character,' it's 'Oh, they broke a story engine that could have told a thousand stories in order to publish a single 'important' one.'" -- John Seavey

The spoilers are legit. I read the book yesterday. I almost posted them here last night but decided against it just cause it seemed the internet as a whole hadn't been told yet and I didn't feel like being That Guy.

But yeah. That's the issue.



> You made up a load of FAKE-spoiler nonsense about the Sopranos finale at the Television board, did the same thing at the Spider-Man board regading an upcoming animated series, and now you're trying it in this crosspost to the AMB and MUB.
>
> It's quite annoying to many of us and it's gone beyond the stage where you can pass it off as an exuberant error or a bad source. Especially since, at the SMB, you got immediately busted and admitted you were full of it.
>
> - Omar Karindu
>
> "A Renoir. I have three, myself. I had four, but ordered one burned...It
> displeased me." -- Doctor Doom
>
> "It's not, 'Oh, they killed Sue Dibney and I always loved that character,' it's 'Oh, they broke a story engine that could have told a thousand stories in order to publish a single 'important' one.'" -- John Seavey