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5 comments

Why is Smack's comment ignorant, not funny? (1)

benhocking (724439) | more than 8 years ago | (#15237794)

Did you not notice that he also has a 3 digit UID?

Re:Why is Smack's comment ignorant, not funny? (1)

rholliday (754515) | more than 8 years ago | (#15239405)

Yeah, I found Smack's comment to be ironically funny in the same vein as Chacham's.

Re:Why is Smack's comment ignorant, not funny? (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 8 years ago | (#15239753)

Thanx for the comment.

I didn't realize it at first. /slap head

Re:Why is Smack's comment ignorant, not funny? (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 8 years ago | (#15239487)

OIC, you are correct.

I also had no idea what you were talking about, because i didn't see your comment header until now.

I shall correct the JE. Thanx.

moof (1)

Bill Dog (726542) | more than 8 years ago | (#15239798)

What's with the seeming awe or perceived valuableness of a low Slashdot user ID? I've seen insightful and asshat within both 3-4 digiters and 900,000'ers. Slashdot is a fantasyland where people like to come and pretend that things like lower user ID's and which operating system your computer runs are what's really important in life.
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