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Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 2:57 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
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Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 3:26 pm UTC
by oagersnap
Entry #1: I don't get it.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:31 pm UTC
by Lazar
Entry #1: I don't get it.
Entry #2: Ur doin it wrong.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 6:01 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 6:08 pm UTC
by Lazar
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 6:50 pm UTC
by oagersnap
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:05 pm UTC
by Raptortech97
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?
Entry #4: I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:08 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?
Entry #4: I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
Entry #5: I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:18 pm UTC
by oagersnap
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?
Entry #4: I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
Entry #5: I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
Entry #6: Aha!

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:03 pm UTC
by KrazyerKate
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?
Entry #4: I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
Entry #5: I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
Entry #6: Aha!
Entry# 7: Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 2:08 am UTC
by eggdudeguy
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?
Entry #4: I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
Entry #5: I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
Entry #6: Aha!
Entry# 7: Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
Entry #8: I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 7:05 am UTC
by oagersnap
Entry #1: Ur doin it wrong.
Entry #2: ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
Entry #3: What does the title have to do with anything?
Entry #4: I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
Entry #5: I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
Entry #6: Aha!
Entry# 7: Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
Entry #8: I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:43 am UTC
by KrazyerKate
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 2:34 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 3:35 pm UTC
by KrazyerKate
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • Penis.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 5:44 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • Penis.
  • Ur doin it wrong.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 2:00 am UTC
by Gypped
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • Ur doin it wrong.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 2:33 am UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • Does it have to be numbered?
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 3:15 am UTC
by itaibn
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 4:07 am UTC
by LucasBrown
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 1:07 pm UTC
by Mishrak
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:48 am UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:35 am UTC
by LucasBrown
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:28 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 3:34 am UTC
by LucasBrown
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 4:22 am UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Ur doin it wrong.
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 6:35 pm UTC
by BurningLed
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Aha!
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 7:51 pm UTC
by Gypped
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • Aha!
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 12:50 am UTC
by Nautilus
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • Aha!
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptors ate my beautiful monarch!

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:35 am UTC
by Gypped
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • Aha!
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptors ate my beautiful monarch!

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:42 am UTC
by BurningLed
  • Aha!
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptors ate my beautiful monarch!

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 4:51 am UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • Aha!
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 7:48 pm UTC
by kaimason1
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • Aha!
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:03 pm UTC
by Phrozt
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:10 pm UTC
by Kromix
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptors

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:13 pm UTC
by eggdudeguy
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:38 pm UTC
by Phrozt
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:46 pm UTC
by Kromix
eggdudeguy wrote:
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • Suggestion--make this a bulleted list to allow easier editing when someone deletes a low-numbered entry, and allow a third move besides Delete and Add where you switch two adjacent entries.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • ...whenceforth I communicated this most exciting news to my beloved monarch, the Grand Prince of Transylvania.


you did 2 changes man, and one was illegal change read the OP...

therefore, i take one change and adjust :)

  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors


Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 9:23 pm UTC
by kaimason1
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptors
  • Velociraptor Rex

Re: Survival of the Fittest

Posted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 1:44 pm UTC
by Phrozt
kaimason1 wrote:
  • Velociraptors
  • What does the title have to do with anything?
  • I suppose that longevity, fitness, and breeding are no longer part of "Survival of the fittest."
  • I couldn't think of anything else, so you can assume that this is a population of entries that could be deleted at any moment, and only the fittest (most favoured) entries survive.
  • I officially added the third mode of switching, but I don't know how to make a bulleted-numbered list.
  • That would also make the conversation hard to follow, though. I also like how the list styling and the game itself is evolving along with the list items.
  • This way, since items are added to the bottom, the only way to get an item to the top is to have several people moving it there. Makes 'Fit' items more likely to be on the top.
  • Velociraptor Rex