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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by AbbyRoad » Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:25 pm

i dont find flow volatile either
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by andriaSRH » Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:15 pm

That's because you've never been on his bad side :P

Him and I have gotten into it a couple times.

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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by Mate » Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:09 pm

when your opinion doesnt converge with flow's.
sometimes, trust me, he is volatile.
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by pkkupo » Fri Jun 04, 2010 12:11 am

Mate wrote:when your opinion doesnt converge with flow's.
sometimes, trust me, he is volatile.
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by Bubbles » Fri Jun 04, 2010 12:30 am

im thinking we should define the term "Volatile" lol.
volatile means something changing or changeable. It can refer to:

In general:

* Volatility, a measure of instability
for future reference.
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by WeedGuru_Flow » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:16 am

It's quite simply really : If it's a subject I feel strongly for I will fiercely defend my point of view, however if someone comes across with a good argument, or proves my ideas are flawed without being a complete cocksmoker then I will admit I'm wrong and change my views.


Most people on here think I'm a bastard because I don't see eye to eye with America's way of handling things, but that's simply because 80% of our members are Americans... And if anyone has to change with respect to that then it is America on all levels, governmental,military and civilian.


Observant people will also have noticed I voiced my opinions on Israel too, on any religion as well, actually in just about any debate,so it's not like I'm solely picking on America.


It's just that right now, in this era, America is the big bad entity, and that has to be changed from the inside,not by foreigners like me who can only stand by and watch things develop.
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by Weedguru_Fire_Inside » Fri Jun 04, 2010 12:47 pm

and now back to the 2010 weedguru awards....

*cheers*
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by WeedGuru_Flow » Fri Jun 04, 2010 2:16 pm

Weedguru_Fire_Inside wrote:and now back to the 2010 weedguru awards....

*cheers*
I can't help it, I hadn't even checked the thread since I put up my nominees...
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by Mate » Fri Jun 04, 2010 2:58 pm

we should have a weedguru award discussion topic, or something.
and get the weed guru awards vote topic stickied
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by Bubbles » Fri Jun 04, 2010 3:39 pm

WeedGuru_Flow wrote:
It's just that right now, in this era, America is the big bad entity, and that has to be changed from the inside,not by foreigners like me who can only stand by and watch things develop.
the reason people are voting you as most volatile instead of me is because rather than being nice and coming up with a polite rebuttal you often bring prejudice insults. i must admit, their society IS filled with morons but there is different parts of their justice system, military, government, and public you can pick out rather than speaking in general.

chances are you are completely different irl and a very kind person who will argue reasonably but the internet does strange things to us during arguments.

most of us know exactly what you are targeting but as i had said above: "you often bring prejudice insults"

and when that happens people will defend their country as if it was their own person.

personally I also think it is unfair that you and Toonces in specific argue that nobody in America should be proud to live their. I think that's wrong, no matter where you were born (aside from Ethiopia or any other dying country)you should be proud of your heritage and try not to linger on the corruption of their government or society in general.


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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by WeedGuru_Flow » Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:01 pm

For AFI's and the contest's sake I won't go into that here.


Though my insults are just insults, they're not based on prejudice because to be prejudice means to say something about someone/something you don't know, and I know enough of the subject to be able to insult people with actualities rather than prejudice :p
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by pkkupo » Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:14 pm

It's cool, man. I'm glad you're so vehement about those things. Keep saying what you have to say... and for the record, most of us Americans aren't particularly content with the state of things here either... Anyway, there must be two dozen people who haven't voted yet...
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by WeedGuru_Flow » Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:17 pm

And some people are tired of discussing my volatility :p
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by Dr. Greenthumb » Fri Jun 04, 2010 5:23 pm

Yeah man I don't like my govt but it's not like any other country's govt isn't just as fucked. Am I suppose to sacrifice my life to the cause of changing my govt? Society leaves to much of a bitter taste in my mouth for me to risk that....

Thanks for the votes guys I love that I'm in the running for member most likely to turn to in case of a global apocalypse, that means a lot and don't worry I'll take care of you guys :lol:

This place is great the members and especially the staff. I feel like each weedguru has a very distinguishable personality, they each bring their own style to the table and the combination of them all works out perfectly (including flow's volatility). Kudos animal, kudos.

edit: and yeah I'll vote soon...
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Re: Weedguru Awards 2010

Post by NinjetteDL420 » Sat Jun 05, 2010 2:02 pm

flyinhigh wrote:
NinjetteDL420 wrote:im just happy someone wants to smoke with me!!!
I didnt even think i was gonna get a vote.

Made my day!
man when did your name start having DL420 at the end?
lol since i first was on this board
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