Comment #2516 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 07:34 on March 9, 2007
 
Hey guys!!! How was gaming? Tell me ALL about it. Your pal, Mitch.


  Comment #2515 by: gB at about 15:59 on March 8, 2007
 
I fear that I'm far too sleepy and filled with delicious chickens to enjoy gaming this night. Sorry kids.


  Comment #2514 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 14:21 on March 8, 2007
 
Wade/Dave: http://ebaumsworld.com/tags/psa/ Help computah.


  Comment #2513 by: Don Gato at about 14:01 on March 8, 2007
 
Oh, Senor Don Gato was a cat.
On a high red roof Don Gato sat.
He was there to read a letter,
(meow, meow, meow)
where the reading light was better,
(meow, meow, meow)
'Twas a love-note for Don Gato!


  Comment #2512 by: MItchell Pilon at about 13:47 on March 8, 2007
 
ONLY IF ITS FANCY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  Comment #2511 by: Adam at about 12:46 on March 8, 2007
 
That's correct -- Energy use skyrockets at night as people fire up their stoves, televisions, computers and fancy electronic grand pianos.

"Ooooo, I'm off to play the gran piano!"


  Comment #2510 by: Mitchell PIlon at about 12:19 on March 8, 2007
 
I am, Adam!!! I am!!! Although I will be going to work in the dark it will last for a short period of time and is well worth the sunlight shining into my nice apt. much later in the day!! Yay for one month earlier day-light savings (and trust)!!! I read "they" did this to conserve energy - turn your lights on later in the day.


  Comment #2509 by: Dave at about 11:02 on March 8, 2007
 
Green light for games tonight. I will likely be home by 6:00 if anyone would like to arrive early. Otherwise, we can plan on starting at 7:00 though Josh usually hasn't been arriving until 7:30ish.


  Comment #2508 by: Adam at about 09:06 on March 8, 2007
 
Grahm -- That sounds like a most interesting show. The tap-dancing part, in particular, piques my interest. I doubt I'll be able to attend, but I'll keep that date in mind for a possible jaunt to the QCA (and Iowa City).

March is quite booked up for me. I have something on my calendar for most every day -- which is going to make the month just fly by.

Is everyone as excited as I am that Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday? I'm thrilled that it is starting much earlier this year!

-- A.


  Comment #2507 by: Crickets at about 08:42 on March 8, 2007
 
*chirp chirp*


  Comment #2506 by: gB at about 11:46 on March 7, 2007
 
There's a band called Tilly and the Wall and they're awesome and they've totally become one of my favorite bands ever. Well, they're playing in Iowa City on Friday, March 30th. I want to go see them. Really a lot.

They're kinda indie-rock, kinda folky, kinda Bright Eyesish, lotsa harmonies and pleasant guitars and cheesy organs and girl singers. Tons of energy and happiness.

And dig this: in lieu of a drummer, they have a tapdancer. It's amazing.

My link goes to their myspace page where you can hear/see them in action.

I think it's like $12 for 4 bands that night. Anybody? Bueller?


  Comment #2505 by: gB at about 15:35 on March 5, 2007
 
Attention Metch:

Throw away IE and use Firefox as your browser. It allows you to have multiple "tabs" open with separate pages on each tab. It's rad and easy. I have my front page and my gmail and the Forum all open automatically when I start my browser.


  Comment #2504 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 12:56 on March 5, 2007
 
I suggest maybe a subject line for each entry and e-mail link buttons on the home page similar to gb's TDMC page. I think a hybrid combining the 2 pages would be just grand - there are links on gb's page that I like very much and links on this page that I also enjoy.


  Comment #2503 by: gB at about 19:04 on March 4, 2007
 
The refresh time IS a bit short. Several times it's reloaded while I'm trying to read the exciting happenings of 2001.

I'll endeavour to notify Jan, Jason W and other folks of the new Forum.


  Comment #2502 by: Adam (Again) at about 18:16 on March 4, 2007
 
I just though of something: At the very least, I could certainly add “Jump to Top / Jump to Bottom” items fairly easily. I’ll do that while I’m working on the other problems…..

Since you’ve been reading, I suspect you might have noticed that the page reloads automatically from time to time… This is setup on purpose so if you leave the Open Forum up, it will automatically show the latest posts without you having to refresh your browser. I can set the refresh period to a longer time if it is too short.

-- A.


  Comment #2501 by: Adam at about 18:13 on March 4, 2007
 
Yeah, I totally agree regarding the comedy content of some of the threads. I laughed out loud (“LOL”? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?) several times while reading through them….

It is a pain, I agree, to scroll up and down when trying to read the posts in order. Trouble is, the software gives you an either/or option (newest first, or oldest first). Perhaps I can setup a secondary link that reads the same file, but uses different settings to display the content. I will look into it.

I will also look into adding next/previous buttons. The guestbook software doesn’t have them, but perhaps I can flex my programming prowess and make it go.

I’m glad people are into it again. Perhaps you can do me a favor – There are a few people who used to post, but I never really had much contact with them, and as such, don’t have email address in which to inform them of The Concern’s return. For instance; JustOnlyJan and the like.

Best!
Adam
=====
CR LF


  Comment #2500 by: gB at about 15:49 on March 4, 2007
 
Oi, Adam!

Thanks for the archived Forum posts! There's some brilliant comedy contained within.

Is there any way you can copy the Older Posts stuff from the bottom up to the top as well? I read from bottom to top to preserve continuity and then have to scroll back down to get to the next page.
Also, is it possible to implement Back and Next buttons on these pages?


  Comment #2499 by: gB at about 17:05 on March 3, 2007
 
I'm karaokeing tonight! It's my first time doing so in a non-Dave's-living-room capacity. I'm gonna do Summer Wind and That's Life for sure. Other possibilities are Mr. Roboto, Keep Me Hangin' On and of course Debbie Gibson's Foolish Beat.
My dream-list of feasible-but-unlikely-to-be-on-the-menu songs would include Coin-Operated Boy, Commissioning A Symphony In C and anything off Electric Six's first album.
Oh! And I'll totally do Out Here On My Own if they have it.


  Comment #2498 by: Joss Whedon at about 11:48 on March 3, 2007
 
Hey! I wrote that line. It was supposed to be a play on the obvious answer: It croaks. It didn't translate to the screen very well. But my other joke:
"It's me."
"Prove it."
"You're a dick."
That was awesome!


  Comment #2497 by: "Oscar-Award Winner" Halle Berry at about 10:49 on March 3, 2007
 
Do you know what happens to a toad when it's struck by lightning?


  Comment #2496 by: gB at about 22:28 on March 2, 2007
 
Follow my link to visit my music-themed LJ wherein I've posted a 3rd virtual CD for your downloading and listening pleasure.
Do it now or you are a toad.
(George Lucas need not apply)


  Comment #2495 by: Nessssssssssssssssssssssssss at about 15:56 on March 2, 2007
 
Noticed.

Normal comedy quotient initiated.
Normal comedy quotient, 2/3rd's up.
OFF
ON

Normal comedy quotient reinstalled.
BEEP.


  Comment #2494 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 14:43 on March 2, 2007
 
Please notice bottom text of Funtionbox.org's home-page.


  Comment #2493 by: Nessssssssssssssssssssssss at about 14:40 on March 2, 2007
 
Mitchell, I'm cornfused.
Are you mentioning the lack of 100% hilarity because it was somehow guaranteed to occur? (In which case, where was this guarantee and do we get our moneys back?)

OR

Was this some inferred expected return based on past Forum experience? (and be certain to site specific examples).

That Pee Wee...he's a character.


  Comment #2492 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 13:46 on March 2, 2007
 
Today I did not read and/or see 100%("chance of")hilarity on this forum (thus far). Remember when Pee-Wee was told there was a basement in the Alamo? He believed it. What a crazy American.


  Comment #2491 by: Dave at about 18:30 on March 1, 2007
 
It's true, there is a semi-regularly scheduled gaming night held on Thursdays. Until recently this consisted of myself, Kris and Josh and Josh's nephew Jack. We usually play boardgames but have also incorporated some CoC and will probably be doing more than that. I would like to keep this going, but we shall see what spring brings. Bob I would certainly love to have you in attendance, but did not think you would be interested in making the drive . Anyone else interested in such geekiness is also invited but should probably RSVP as it does get canceled from time to time.


  Comment #2490 by: gB at about 13:45 on March 1, 2007
 
Attention Dave: I'm dropping Annah off at Tae Kwon Do at 5:30 and will then hang out there a bit until Susan shows up and then go find something to eat and then come over and see what happens. So... 6:30ish arrival time, most likely.

Attention Bo8b: There's evidently some manner of gaming night on Thursdays at Chez Dave. Tonight will my first attendance.

Attention Adam: Thank you for the Forum!


  Comment #2489 by: Nesssssssssssssssssssss at about 13:45 on March 1, 2007
 
I thought Chez Dave was renamed: Cadawaca!!!
If it wasn't officially renamed, it should have been.


  Comment #2488 by: bo8b at about 12:53 on March 1, 2007
 
There's an item at Chez Big D? Is it good? I only like it when it's good.


  Comment #2487 by: Dave at about 12:39 on March 1, 2007
 
As far as I know, we are still on for tonight, although we don't usually start until after seven. If you can push back your arrival time until six I can try to be home by then.


  Comment #2486 by: Janice Fowler at about 08:32 on March 1, 2007
 
I'm a dirty lady!


  Comment #2485 by: gB at about 23:45 on February 28, 2007
 
Having read through large chunks of the old posts, evidently I used to be quite verbose about upcoming films (when I wasn't busy bitching about George Lucas every 8 seconds).

So, in keeping with that film this just in:

SCANNERS
Variety reports that Dimension Films has closed a deal to remake David Cronenberg's 1981 SF horror movie SCANNERS, with SAW II director Darren Lynn Bousman at the helm. BLADE and BATMAN BEGINS Begins writer David Goyer will pen the script. The story revolves around a scientist who infiltrates an underground movement of "scanners," whose telepathic abilities make them lethal weapons. The original was best remembered for an exploding-head finale. Dimension co-chairman Bob Weinstein has earmarked an early 2008 production start; the aim is to release the film later that year.


I don't know anything about this Saw II business but Batman Begins was pretty solid and Goyer also wrote Dark City and Dollman vs Demonic Toys so it could be really cool. I gotta point out that the rad and famous exploding head is totally not the finale but happens at the beginning of the flick (and is SUPER fun to watch in slow motion!).


  Comment #2484 by: gB at about 23:01 on February 28, 2007
 
Attention Dave: Is there an item tomorrow? I'll be in town early evening (5-6ish) and can therefore come to your joint if there's an item.


  Comment #2483 by: Anna Nicole Smith's Ghost Ghost at about 18:09 on February 28, 2007
 
SHUT UP!!! Stay on target.


  Comment #2482 by: Anna Nicole Smith's Ghost at about 15:59 on February 28, 2007
 
George Lucas I love you!!! Kill yourself so we can be married in Heaven's fatty town and eat trimspa and cheesecake all day long. Steven is not invited to the wedding.


  Comment #2481 by: Steven Spielberg at about 15:55 on February 28, 2007
 
Seriously! Shut up!
*high fives George Lucas*


  Comment #2480 by: George Lucas at about 14:46 on February 28, 2007
 
Shut up, "Metch!"


  Comment #2479 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 11:41 on February 28, 2007
 
Hey, George would you again please tell everybody to "shut up!"? Thanks.


  Comment #2478 by: Nessssssssssssssssssss at about 10:05 on February 28, 2007
 
Items:
WADE: My sister is having game nigit tonight. I will NOT be available for you and Catt to visit my head. Which is probably for the best seeing as I'm still all gross.

Sabbath the boys have hairs cut and the aunt and I will be getting grocery type items.

Sundat - laundry that I didn't do the previous day.

I understand that you have plans for St. Louis anyway, so you don't even care.

We will have to chat more to see about gathering next week. K??


  Comment #2477 by: Adam V. Pilon at about 23:09 on February 27, 2007
 
You may say whatever you want. I deleted the "censored" word list. Have fun!


  Comment #2476 by: gB at about 20:22 on February 27, 2007
 
Does the Open Forum still support censorship? Or can I say fuck here now if I want to?


  Comment #2475 by: Mitchell Pilon at about 18:38 on February 27, 2007
 
This is so dumb, Adam. I totally support you!!!


  Comment #2474 by: Kris at about 17:55 on February 27, 2007
 
Yeah, take your emoticons, and your cutesy pictures, and "what new wave 80's band are you?" quizzes and put them directly up your arses. Long live the open forum. I love it when useful things are created for my benefit without any effort being exerted on my part. Thank you Adam!


  Comment #2473 by: Dave at about 16:39 on February 27, 2007
 
Bah, I have spurned the use of all those new fangled sites anyhow. They take up entirely too much of my free time. Long live the forum.


  Comment #2472 by: Nessssssssssssssssssssssssss at about 15:04 on February 27, 2007
 
What?
It really lives????

This is awesome news.

Thank you Mr. Pilon!!!!


  Comment #2471 by: WadeMS at about 14:55 on February 27, 2007
 
I fully endorse this improved misuse of minutia.


  Comment #2470 by: George Lucas at about 14:51 on February 27, 2007
 
SHUT UP!


  Comment #2469 by: Bob at about 14:50 on February 27, 2007
 
YAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAY!!


  Comment #2468 by: Adam V. Pilon at about 14:32 on February 27, 2007
 
Hello everybody! And welcome back. What chance is there we can pick this up where we left off?

I’m re-starting “The Concern.” I really enjoyed maintaining my old site, and really enjoyed the fact that people actually used it. I hope the momentum can be restarted. I suspect it might be harder this time around because of the proliferation of social networking sites. I didn’t think about it at the time, but tdmc.org was an early precursor to these sorts of sites.

The only reason I killed tdmc.org is because in the last year of operations, I had gone through 3 different internet hosting companies. All three went bankrupt in the same year, and I just got tired of setting everything back up. This site is currently hosted with one of the largest, well-known hosting companies, and I’ve inked a deal for two years. I hope to be around for much longer than that.

So – I hope you all enjoy my site. The current setup is largely a copy of the old site – mostly because I have lots of code I can reuse – and I think it was pretty good! I’ll make some minor layout changes, like I always did, and create a new logo. I might ask Sam if she will help me with that. As always, I’m open to suggestions!

-- Adam

Triple Digit Media Concern has been offline for 4 years -- "The Concern" is back as Functionbox.org!


  Comment #2467 by: bo8b at about 09:36 on March 14, 2003
 
Ummm....yeah. Like, me, too!


 

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