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Post by orb360 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 8:47 am

bobtheenchantedone wrote:Psh. If we did, I'd be winning most of it. So where are my winnings?
Moderators must not be eligible... :( sorry!
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Post by bobtheenchantedone » Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:48 am

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The Epistler was quite honestly knocked on her ethereal behind by the sheer logic of this.

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Post by Giovanni Schwartz » Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:11 pm

Moderators can get cheesecake and you can't, though.

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Post by SWKT Parachuter » Sat Aug 30, 2008 8:53 pm

Sad, orbsy. Guess you weren't righteous enough to go to the Lord's University.

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Post by orb360 » Sat Aug 30, 2008 11:04 pm

SWKT Parachuter wrote:Sad, orbsy. Guess you weren't righteous enough to go to the Lord's University.
I was accepted into both BYU and BYU-Idaho...

I chose Idaho because it was more spiritual...

We actually enforce OUR standards...

BYU Standards are more like guidelines.... (and some of the BYU parties I've gone to... wow...)
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Post by SWKT Parachuter » Sat Aug 30, 2008 11:25 pm

Suuuurrrre...sinner.

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Post by Nanti-SARRMM » Sat Aug 30, 2008 11:35 pm

orb360 wrote: I chose Idaho because it was more spiritual...

We actually enforce OUR standards...
So you're saying you attended while it was still Ricks?
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Post by xkcd *** » Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:08 am

orb360 wrote:
SWKT Parachuter wrote:Sad, orbsy. Guess you weren't righteous enough to go to the Lord's University.
I was accepted into both BYU and BYU-Idaho...

I chose Idaho because it was more spiritual...

We actually enforce OUR standards...

BYU Standards are more like guidelines.... (and some of the BYU parties I've gone to... wow...)
The spirituality of a campus is all personal. You choose whether or not you have a more spiritual time by making small but consistent decisions.

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Post by Giovanni Schwartz » Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:11 am

xkcd *** wrote:
orb360 wrote:
SWKT Parachuter wrote:Sad, orbsy. Guess you weren't righteous enough to go to the Lord's University.
I was accepted into both BYU and BYU-Idaho...

I chose Idaho because it was more spiritual...

We actually enforce OUR standards...

BYU Standards are more like guidelines.... (and some of the BYU parties I've gone to... wow...)
The spirituality of a campus is all personal. You choose whether or not you have a more spiritual time by making small but consistent decisions.

Word, dawg!

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Post by orb360 » Sun Aug 31, 2008 1:27 am

Nanti-SARRMM wrote:
orb360 wrote: I chose Idaho because it was more spiritual...

We actually enforce OUR standards...
So you're saying you attended while it was still Ricks?
I started while it was Ricks and finished after it was BYU-I... I even have a Ricks T-Shirt... but it's really old... O_o

SWKT, I'm sure you repent just as much as anyone else. :P

Also, I've been to both schools and seen the environment at each. BYU-Idaho is a lot tamer than BYU. And that does make it easier to be spiritual there. To take things to the extreme to illustrate the point... It's a lot easier to be spiritual in Provo then it is to be spiritual in the Bronx.
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Post by Nanti-SARRMM » Sun Aug 31, 2008 10:49 am

orb360 wrote: SWKT, I'm sure you repent just as much as anyone else. :P
Actually, you digress, SWKT is near perfect and doesn't need to repent as much as us.
Also, I've been to both schools and seen the environment at each. BYU-Idaho is a lot tamer than BYU. And that does make it easier to be spiritual there. To take things to the extreme to illustrate the point... It's a lot easier to be spiritual in Provo then it is to be spiritual in the Bronx.
I think it is all the snow which makes it tamer. Plus the climb uphill to the math building when it is windy just kills all excitement.
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Post by orb360 » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:11 am

Nanti-SARRMM wrote:
orb360 wrote: SWKT, I'm sure you repent just as much as anyone else. :P
Actually, you digress, SWKT is near perfect and doesn't need to repent as much as us.
Also, I've been to both schools and seen the environment at each. BYU-Idaho is a lot tamer than BYU. And that does make it easier to be spiritual there. To take things to the extreme to illustrate the point... It's a lot easier to be spiritual in Provo then it is to be spiritual in the Bronx.
I think it is all the snow which makes it tamer. Plus the climb uphill to the math building when it is windy just kills all excitement.
Oh, sorry then SWKT... I didn't know :(

But yes... Going from the stadium to the Gordon B Hinckley building does suck. But I only had to do that T Th... At BYU you have to climb those ~200 stairs every day no matter where you're going on campus.
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Post by Nanti-SARRMM » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:27 am

orb360 wrote: But yes... Going from the stadium to the Gordon B Hinckley building does suck. But I only had to do that T Th... At BYU you have to climb those ~200 stairs every day no matter where you're going on campus.
Harrowing winter winds each day of winter, or being slightly winded by a lot of stairs? Are you blaming the 200 stairs for the perceived lack of spiritualism at BYU?
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Post by yellow m&m » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:55 am

Nanti-SARRMM wrote:? Are you blaming the 200 stairs for the perceived lack of spiritualism at BYU?
I don't know about him, but I am!
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Post by orb360 » Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:04 pm

Nanti-SARRMM wrote:
orb360 wrote: But yes... Going from the stadium to the Gordon B Hinckley building does suck. But I only had to do that T Th... At BYU you have to climb those ~200 stairs every day no matter where you're going on campus.
Harrowing winter winds each day of winter, or being slightly winded by a lot of stairs? Are you blaming the 200 stairs for the perceived lack of spiritualism at BYU?
I think it is also important to point out that BYU-Idaho has no 100-hour board equivalent...

This could be an important factor...
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Post by xkcd *** » Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:15 pm

orb360 wrote: I think it is also important to point out that BYU-Idaho has no 100-hour board equivalent...

This could be an important factor...
Now you're blaming lack of spirituality on the Board?

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Post by sqrt(-1) » Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:24 pm

xkcd *** wrote:
orb360 wrote: I think it is also important to point out that BYU-Idaho has no 100-hour board equivalent...

This could be an important factor...
Now you're blaming lack of spirituality on the Board?
Lol! You guys are so silly! I love it! Cuties! But you know, the 100 hr board can function at BYU-I too!!!1 And they'll even let BYU-I kids become writers!!! Isn't that so cool? :lol:
woe me

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Post by Nanti-SARRMM » Sun Aug 31, 2008 12:32 pm

orb360 wrote: I think it is also important to point out that BYU-Idaho has no 100-hour board equivalent...

This could be an important factor...
You're just jealous that BYU-I has no tunnel worms.
And they'll even let BYU-I kids become writers!!! Isn't that so cool
Has that actually happened?
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Post by orb360 » Sun Aug 31, 2008 1:00 pm

Yes... I am blaming the lack of spirituality at BYU on the 100 hour board...

Seriously... If you can't see the connection there you're not 20/20
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Post by xkcd *** » Sun Aug 31, 2008 3:31 pm

orb360 wrote:Yes... I am blaming the lack of spirituality at BYU on the 100 hour board...

Seriously... If you can't see the connection there you're not 20/20
I would love to hear your reasoning.