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Old 09-24-2017, 12:53 PM
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What is???

Pierre reviving his own old threads to say he agrees with his own rubbish.

Seems he is managing to turn this site into a joke.
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Or even worse that he does not agree with his own rubbish,

At least there he is in good company.
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I think he's bumping up his own posts so we don't forget about them, perhaps hoping our newer members will read and discuss them.
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And all the "I do not agree with this" posts say either

He knew he was posting junk when he posted it

OR

He didn't think before he posted it

OR

Both of the above.
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He's such a prolific poster that he needs some way to track his ramblings. Sure, most people use a notebook or an app for that but...
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He's such a prolific poster that he needs some way to track his ramblings. Sure, most people use a notebook or an app for that but...
"ramblings" is the word.
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I keep wondering if he's carrying out some sort of social media experiment, the results of which are destined to appear in an obscure sociology publication with a readership of about 10. In fact, I keep getting a strange feeling that I'm taking part in the Truman Show!
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I wasn't going to reply to this because it's not really on topic here in the off-topic section, which is the pub. So I gingerly clicked "New Posts" to see what else might be worth reading instead. And what's this? I see some old threads that I had replied to long ago. Hey, cool, maybe some new insight, let's have a look. And what do you know, they have all been resurrected by Pierre, quoting himself, just to say

"I agree with this"

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"I don't agree with this"

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"I agree with this 50 percent"

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I wasn't going to reply to this because it's not really on topic here in the off-topic section, which is the pub. So I gingerly clicked "New Posts" to see what else might be worth reading instead. And what's this? I see some old threads that I had replied to long ago. Hey, cool, maybe some new insight, let's have a look. And what do you know, they have all been resurrected by Pierre, quoting himself, just to say

"I agree with this"

or

"I don't agree with this"

or

"I agree with this 50 percent"

And as I said "Getting Ridiculous" should have included "even more" in the title.
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As he's fed by people responding to his threads, then the answer is obvious, isn't it?

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