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PostSubject: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:29 am

I've been meaning to ask for ages what all these varying designations signify. Once I was a cyst or a blot of some sort. Now I seem to have acquired grace in movement that I feel I should fess up to not deserving. Is this a class thing? If so, can a libertarian socialist allow themselves to be virtually classified heriarchically and yet maintain their dignity? My dilemma is immense, I tell you.
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:34 am

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I've been meaning to ask for ages what all these varying designations signify. Once I was a cyst or a blot of some sort. Now I seem to have acquired grace in movement that I feel I should fess up to not deserving. Is this a class thing? If so, can a libertarian socialist allow themselves to be virtually classified heriarchically and yet maintain their dignity? My dilemma is immense, I tell you.

They're Audi's, and I think they're deliberately not very hierarchical!
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:36 am

Aragon wrote:
I've been meaning to ask for ages what all these varying designations signify. Once I was a cyst or a blot of some sort. Now I seem to have acquired grace in movement that I feel I should fess up to not deserving. Is this a class thing? If so, can a libertarian socialist allow themselves to be virtually classified heriarchically and yet maintain their dignity? My dilemma is immense, I tell you.

Movement is one of the seven characteristics of Life be it socialist capitalist libertarian etc. etc.

Life and complexity are hierarchical are they ?

I'm sure there's a Master around somewhere to teach you about movement ...
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:37 am

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Aragon wrote:
I've been meaning to ask for ages what all these varying designations signify. Once I was a cyst or a blot of some sort. Now I seem to have acquired grace in movement that I feel I should fess up to not deserving. Is this a class thing? If so, can a libertarian socialist allow themselves to be virtually classified heriarchically and yet maintain their dignity? My dilemma is immense, I tell you.

That's one of the seven characteristics of Life be it socialist capitalist libertarian etc. etc.

Life and complexity are hierarchical are they ?

I'm sure there's a Master around somewhere to teach you about movement ...

Presuming Aragon's avatar to be appropriate we should surely be asking Aragon...
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 5:06 am

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Auditor #9 wrote:
Aragon wrote:
I've been meaning to ask for ages what all these varying designations signify. Once I was a cyst or a blot of some sort. Now I seem to have acquired grace in movement that I feel I should fess up to not deserving. Is this a class thing? If so, can a libertarian socialist allow themselves to be virtually classified heriarchically and yet maintain their dignity? My dilemma is immense, I tell you.

That's one of the seven characteristics of Life be it socialist capitalist libertarian etc. etc.

Life and complexity are hierarchical are they ?

I'm sure there's a Master around somewhere to teach you about movement ...

Presuming Aragon's avatar to be appropriate we should surely be asking Aragon...

Oh for sure, I can kick ass with the best of them - stylishly too...don't do ballet very well though...
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:07 pm

I've noticed that the designations modify at powers of two. That's a nice machiney touch.
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:51 pm

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I've noticed that the designations modify at powers of two. That's a nice machiney touch.

Yeah, I can't wait for my 4,194,304th post .
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 6:09 pm

Some of the designations are very good. I take offence at pi being defined as 3 though.
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 6:12 pm

coc wrote:
I've noticed that the designations modify at powers of two. That's a nice machiney touch.
As in, x^2 or 2^x?
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 6:37 pm

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Some of the designations are very good. I take offence at pi being defined as 3 though.
Thanks. If you can suggest a good physical designation for 3 then I'm all ears.

Also currently looking for post 10k numbers if anyone has any with which I can punctuate larger entities. I have the Executive Order 11011 which might have killed Kennedy to go in yet (thanks youngdan) and I came across some good five-digit numbers up to 20,000 that are significant - I think they might have been wavelengths of light or computer security or half-lives of radioactive material .... scratch

All suggestions welcome. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 8:41 pm

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evercloserunion wrote:
Some of the designations are very good. I take offence at pi being defined as 3 though.
Thanks. If you can suggest a good physical designation for 3 then I'm all ears.

Also currently looking for post 10k numbers if anyone has any with which I can punctuate larger entities. I have the Executive Order 11011 which might have killed Kennedy to go in yet (thanks youngdan) and I came across some good five-digit numbers up to 20,000 that are significant - I think they might have been wavelengths of light or computer security or half-lives of radioactive material .... scratch

All suggestions welcome. Very Happy

i s there a full list of these titles you give people somewhere? Do they change according to the number of posts?
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Wed Feb 11, 2009 8:43 pm

Yes, that's how it's done Aragon. As well as the general designations like Master/Apprentice there are a few which are more related to the actual number of posts you have.
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PostSubject: Re: What is a 'first master movement'?   Thu Feb 12, 2009 11:05 pm

Auditor #9 wrote:
evercloserunion wrote:
Some of the designations are very good. I take offence at pi being defined as 3 though.
Thanks. If you can suggest a good physical designation for 3 then I'm all ears.

Also currently looking for post 10k numbers if anyone has any with which I can punctuate larger entities. I have the Executive Order 11011 which might have killed Kennedy to go in yet (thanks youngdan) and I came across some good five-digit numbers up to 20,000 that are significant - I think they might have been wavelengths of light or computer security or half-lives of radioactive material .... scratch

All suggestions welcome. Very Happy
2553 is the decimal value for 09F9. Maybe that's too subtle?
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