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Old 09-01-2011, 02:51 PM
badhatharry badhatharry is offline
 
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Default Re: harkin, Harkin, ... HARKIN!

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Originally Posted by Starwatcher162536 View Post
Cause you know, pointless invective and hollow claims of "victory victory" are really indicative of just being a busy busy person.
OK, let's examine this. It seems to me that harkin was making an observation about Tim's behavior during the diavlog. He was noticing (I think) that Tim was listening to Megan in a way that indicated that he might be having his mind changed and/or influenced and was a bit nonplussed. I appreciated this observation because I didn't listen to the diavlog. So far I have only listened to the link Jim provided which gave me an entirely different impression. I guess I didn't pick up on the invective you say harkin is displaying but as far as victory, I think it's fairly common to feel some of that when you think another person is seeing or at least considering your point of view.

But I do have a question. What is a cw cocoon?

And another one, do you never make quick snarky comments when you don't particulary agree with one of the diavloggers or other commenters?

I do have to say, I wish harkin would stick around more, but as I say...
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