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The inactivity of this forum.
Thu Apr 02, 2015 11:06 pm by Burkman
It's depressing to see how inactive it has been recently. I mean, everybody is pretty much primarily posting in the never ending thread now and there's not enough people here to make this place really booming. We need to find some way to bring more people here before this place just fades into nothingness...

I know for a fact that a lot of boards out there are thriving because of how many people are there. We just need to get back into the game and pull people here. However, where we obtain these people might matter, because we don't to end up pulling in douches like those at Selkath.

I understand that people are busy these days, but it doesn't seem like they're rarely at their computer anymore. I know most of you are still dicking around with your computer. I don't know how we …

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Happy New Year!
Wed Jan 02, 2013 2:56 pm by Scott
Happy New Year OT! We may be dying... BUT WE'RE STILL HERE! We had an... interesting year last year. Vice Admin Burkman is taking a long earned vacation and Uly is stepping into his position. Well... I'd have more to say but I've got other things to do atm... and oh yeah... to quote Callin... "GET A MIC YA BUM!"

~Scott

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Admin Election 2012
Uly
60%
 60% [ 6 ]
Boba
10%
 10% [ 1 ]
Branch
30%
 30% [ 3 ]
Ban
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 0% [ 0 ]
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Well... those that volunteered are listed... take yer pick.

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Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 9:58 am  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
Well... those that volunteered are listed... take yer pick.

If any of them get to admin, I'm leaving.
Just letting you know...
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:14 am  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Well... those that volunteered are listed... take yer pick.

If any of them get to admin, I'm leaving.
Just letting you know...

Then perhaps you should have volunteered rather than whining about it, yes? uh huh
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:33 am  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Well... those that volunteered are listed... take yer pick.

If any of them get to admin, I'm leaving.
Just letting you know...

Then perhaps you should have volunteered rather than whining about it, yes? uh huh

When will you actually start listening to me? I said this when Burk made me a mod, I'll tell you again- I don't want responsibility! I'm terrible with that thing! Especially for a place I go to relax and get a cheap laugh out of...
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:48 am  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Well... those that volunteered are listed... take yer pick.

If any of them get to admin, I'm leaving.
Just letting you know...

Then perhaps you should have volunteered rather than whining about it, yes? uh huh

When will you actually start listening to me? I said this when Burk made me a mod, I'll tell you again- I don't want responsibility! I'm terrible with that thing! Especially for a place I go to relax and get a cheap laugh out of...

So you're not going to take any responsibility... and you're going to leave if any of the three volunteers is admin. So basically what you're saying is... bye. Because there are no other volunteers, and I'm not always going to be here so I need one.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:50 am  Ban-Anad
You can put me up there for consideration, if it makes you feel better... Just don't expect me to jump to the occasion if anything comes of it...
Also- "not always gonna be here"? The fuck's with all the doom and gloom? You're not dying, are you?
Auh
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:58 am  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
You can put me up there for consideration, if it makes you feel better... Just don't expect me to jump to the occasion if anything comes of it...
Also- "not always gonna be here"? The fuck's with all the doom and gloom? You're not dying, are you?
Auh

No... but I'm looking at mudlogging/field positions out west and talking with some companies out there. That would mean I could be gone for months at a time.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:06 pm  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
You can put me up there for consideration, if it makes you feel better... Just don't expect me to jump to the occasion if anything comes of it...
Also- "not always gonna be here"? The fuck's with all the doom and gloom? You're not dying, are you?
Auh

No... but I'm looking at mudlogging/field positions out west and talking with some companies out there. That would mean I could be gone for months at a time.

Oh... Mudlogging... Soo... That's a thing now?
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:35 pm  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
You can put me up there for consideration, if it makes you feel better... Just don't expect me to jump to the occasion if anything comes of it...
Also- "not always gonna be here"? The fuck's with all the doom and gloom? You're not dying, are you?
Auh

No... but I'm looking at mudlogging/field positions out west and talking with some companies out there. That would mean I could be gone for months at a time.

Oh... Mudlogging... Soo... That's a thing now?

....

I don't... mudlogging is what they do when they pull up the drilled rock in the mud they put down there to keep the pressure equivalent.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:00 pm  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:


No... but I'm looking at mudlogging/field positions out west and talking with some companies out there. That would mean I could be gone for months at a time.

Oh... Mudlogging... Soo... That's a thing now?

....

I don't... mudlogging is what they do when they pull up the drilled rock in the mud they put down there to keep the pressure equivalent.

See, I knew you were into geology and rocks, but I never pictured you as the hands-on guy... I always thought you'd be that manager person with the clipboard that unsuccessfully tries to keep his tie clean while overseeing the drilling...
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:06 pm  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:


No... but I'm looking at mudlogging/field positions out west and talking with some companies out there. That would mean I could be gone for months at a time.

Oh... Mudlogging... Soo... That's a thing now?

....

I don't... mudlogging is what they do when they pull up the drilled rock in the mud they put down there to keep the pressure equivalent.

See, I knew you were into geology and rocks, but I never pictured you as the hands-on guy... I always thought you'd be that manager person with the clipboard that unsuccessfully tries to keep his tie clean while overseeing the drilling...

xD No nono... In fact one of the things I like about going into a field position is the lack I have to wear of suits (I hate formal ware). I tell them what they're drilling up and geosteer the curve for horizontal fracking. Then after a couple years I'd go into an exploration geologist position where I'm out in the field less and I deal more with mapping. Of course I'm not exactly thrilled with going into the oil and gas industry in the first place as I want to do PGE/copper/nickle/etc. mining, but hey experience is experience.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:11 pm  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:


....

I don't... mudlogging is what they do when they pull up the drilled rock in the mud they put down there to keep the pressure equivalent.

See, I knew you were into geology and rocks, but I never pictured you as the hands-on guy... I always thought you'd be that manager person with the clipboard that unsuccessfully tries to keep his tie clean while overseeing the drilling...

xD No nono... In fact one of the things I like about going into a field position is the lack I have to wear of suits (I hate formal ware). I tell them what they're drilling up and geosteer the curve for horizontal fracking. Then after a couple years I'd go into an exploration geologist position where I'm out in the field less and I deal more with mapping. Of course I'm not exactly thrilled with going into the oil and gas industry in the first place as I want to do PGE/copper/nickle/etc. mining, but hey experience is experience.

Ah, yes... The troublesome curve for horizontal fracking (is that even a word?)... It must always be steered...
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:56 pm  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:


....

I don't... mudlogging is what they do when they pull up the drilled rock in the mud they put down there to keep the pressure equivalent.

See, I knew you were into geology and rocks, but I never pictured you as the hands-on guy... I always thought you'd be that manager person with the clipboard that unsuccessfully tries to keep his tie clean while overseeing the drilling...

xD No nono... In fact one of the things I like about going into a field position is the lack I have to wear of suits (I hate formal ware). I tell them what they're drilling up and geosteer the curve for horizontal fracking. Then after a couple years I'd go into an exploration geologist position where I'm out in the field less and I deal more with mapping. Of course I'm not exactly thrilled with going into the oil and gas industry in the first place as I want to do PGE/copper/nickle/etc. mining, but hey experience is experience.

Ah, yes... The troublesome curve for horizontal fracking (is that even a word?)... It must always be steered...

"Fracking" is a term used in the oil and gas industry, yes (slang I guess you could say for hydraulic fracturing)... and yeah it's sort of a challenge to hit a 10 foot pay-zone (horizontally) at 10,000 feet below the surface.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 3:26 pm  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:


xD No nono... In fact one of the things I like about going into a field position is the lack I have to wear of suits (I hate formal ware). I tell them what they're drilling up and geosteer the curve for horizontal fracking. Then after a couple years I'd go into an exploration geologist position where I'm out in the field less and I deal more with mapping. Of course I'm not exactly thrilled with going into the oil and gas industry in the first place as I want to do PGE/copper/nickle/etc. mining, but hey experience is experience.

Ah, yes... The troublesome curve for horizontal fracking (is that even a word?)... It must always be steered...

"Fracking" is a term used in the oil and gas industry, yes (slang I guess you could say for hydraulic fracturing)... and yeah it's sort of a challenge to hit a 10 foot pay-zone (horizontally) at 10,000 feet below the surface.

You do know I do actually google terms I don't know, right?
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 5:05 pm  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:


xD No nono... In fact one of the things I like about going into a field position is the lack I have to wear of suits (I hate formal ware). I tell them what they're drilling up and geosteer the curve for horizontal fracking. Then after a couple years I'd go into an exploration geologist position where I'm out in the field less and I deal more with mapping. Of course I'm not exactly thrilled with going into the oil and gas industry in the first place as I want to do PGE/copper/nickle/etc. mining, but hey experience is experience.

Ah, yes... The troublesome curve for horizontal fracking (is that even a word?)... It must always be steered...

"Fracking" is a term used in the oil and gas industry, yes (slang I guess you could say for hydraulic fracturing)... and yeah it's sort of a challenge to hit a 10 foot pay-zone (horizontally) at 10,000 feet below the surface.

You do know I do actually google terms I don't know, right?

What's a google? leleleplz
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:22 pm  Boba
I voted for myself.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 2:29 am  Ban-Anad
Boba wrote:
I voted for myself.

You terrible, terrible person...
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 9:18 am  Scott
I voted for myself as well... Popo
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 9:26 am  Ban-Anad
Scott wrote:
I voted for myself as well... Popo

You're not even on the poll! That makes no God-damn sense!
no...just no
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 9:42 am  Scott
Ban-Anad wrote:
Scott wrote:
I voted for myself as well... Popo

You're not even on the poll! That makes no God-damn sense!
no...just no

STOP MAKING LOGIC! IT'S KILLING MY METH! So high
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:38 pm  Burkman
This election is now pointless.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:07 pm  Mr. Branch
Burkman wrote:
This election is now pointless.

No its not. Your term is running to an end by the end of the year as said by Scott in his New Admin Time post.
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:10 pm  Burkman
Uly is up there? How did he manage to throw his name in and not get shot down?
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:12 pm  Mr. Branch
Burkman wrote:
Uly is up there? How did he manage to throw his name in and not get shot down?

It was a simple volunteer thing. He's winning you
Re: Admin Election 2012
Post on Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:47 pm  Ban-Anad
Branch wrote:
Burkman wrote:
Uly is up there? How did he manage to throw his name in and not get shot down?

It was a simple volunteer thing. He's winning you

Which is the more disturbing part...
But then again... People have made worse mistakes... Hitler... Chairman Mao... That guy you voted for before Obama...
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