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:iconmagicaitrevor:
MagicaITrevor Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
(IF I have followed you correctly from the first account, this should be right. If not, then I'm sorry for the following message that will seem random. (Hate moving accounts...))

Dear Recipient: 
     We regret to inform you that you are hereby banned from this evening's Unbirthday party at the Unbirthday Manor in Whitetail Woods. As you are aware, our members are promised that no non-unbirthday persons shall be allowed on the premises, and, regretfully, we must uphold our promises and traditions. We ask for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
     However, we look forward to admitting you back on the premises for the morrow's party, so please, don't do anything drastic in your depression, such as, but not limited to the following: suicide, over-dosing, self-injury, or other such activities which would incapacitate yourself. We do, however, highly encourage you to surround yourself with the others who won't be joining us for the evening, so that you will not fall to despair. 
     Thank you, and good day.
Sincerely, 
     Magical Trevor, President of The Unbirthday Society
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AaronProductions Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is, in fact, seemingly random.
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MagicaITrevor Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
... Well bollocks. Sorry about that, mate. Someone lied to me...
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:iconrogay:
Rogay Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist
Nice draws
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AaronProductions Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
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jeremypougnetpetit Jun 28, 2013   Interface Designer
Thanks for the fav! :D
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Raidho36 Jun 16, 2013
Sorry for having to reply here, but *Major-Man baww-locked me so the conversation is forced to move elsewhere and I won't be able to comment on her journals, too. Oh well, I don't even really want to comment on her endless flow of miserable mass-media based sad excuse for high moral childish shit, in fact I hate it, but it's good to have this kind of stuff on my group. I didn't even read that her journal in question, to be perfectly honest. So anyway,

Yeah I kinda guessed that you were using Windows XP (since Windows 6.0 and newer had antialiasing all right). If you wanted it to make silly, you could've used stuff like "hackerOS v1.3.37-1aB" and such. And for flashing underscore, it was enough to simply use the flashing underscore, why the whole word? But flaming or not, that was a valid opinion, deal with it. You do not just discard whatever you don't like how it sounds to you.
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Raidho36 Jun 16, 2013
You were 13 three yeaers ago, therefore you're 16, that isn't much of an improvement in terms of idiocity actually, since lack of common sense would now have vast overestimating of self intelligence and capabilities on top, at that age.

But really, an autenthetic terminal skin wouldn't need so much of a distinguishing features, it's enough to use monospaced font, period. Check out gnome-terminal, for example. Unless you want old-piece-of-crap autenthetic terminal, but then you'd needed bitmap fonts which are impossible to use with any kind of browser.
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AaronProductions Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
All valid points. At the time, I had not considered simply formatting the button text and setting the flashing underscore as the background, but again, thirteen. I'm honestly surprised how popular that journal skin even got. The only real cause of the skin issues was the idiocy that comes bundled with the grand old age of thirteen. I might remake the skin sometime this week, if I get bored enough.

I was never upset at anything you said, I was just concerned that your opinions didn't get taken to heart by *Major-Man. Some people just prefer leaving a discussion to taking the logical approach. It's kind of sad, really. All I meant by how your comments may be perceived is that it probably had little effect on the one you had it directed towards originally. I doubt that he will consider your advice if and when he chooses to use a less lame journal skin. The real sad thing here is that my journal skin is still the only solution for CSS-impaired individuals looking for an even slightly authentic terminal look, from what I've seen.
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Raidho36 Jun 16, 2013
You were 13 three yeaers ago, therefore you're 16, that isn't much of an improvement in terms of idiocity actually, since lack of common sense would now have vast overestimating of self intelligence and capabilities on top, at that age.

But really, an autenthetic terminal skin wouldn't need so much of a distinguishing features, it's enough to use monospaced font, period. Check out gnome-terminal, for example. Unless you want old-piece-of-crap autenthetic terminal, but then you'd needed bitmap fonts which are impossible to use with any kind of browser.
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