DSI Evolver (desktop) Question

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Post by tallowwaters » Sun Dec 28, 2008 5:10 pm

crystalmsc wrote:
tallowwaters wrote:I am being an overbearing dickhead
Yes you are and watch that sharp tongue wise a*s.
Pft.

Just out of curiosity, can I order "sharp tongue wise a*s" at my local Asian restaurant, or am I going to have to drive out of town?
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Re: DSI Evolver (desktop) Question

Post by clueless » Sun Dec 28, 2008 5:52 pm

hehehe.... I prefer the cream of sum yung guy.

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Re: DSI Evolver (desktop) Question

Post by RedElectricMoon » Mon Dec 29, 2008 4:31 pm

Personal attacks & Trolling - these won't be tolerated, please be nice! State your opinion by all means, but don't attack others because of theirs.
Okay dipshit, put a sig under your name that says "please accept my opinion as invalid"
Of course, you poor a*s linguistic skills already serve that purpose, I suppose.
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Re: DSI Evolver (desktop) Question

Post by OriginalJambo » Tue Dec 30, 2008 1:45 am

It's true that offering advice in that position is akin to stepping slightly out of line here, but do bear in mind English isn't likely to be his first language. Punching a little below the belt maybe?

Also:
crystalmsc wrote:But it would also do some nice analog bass and lead as well, even the mopho seems to be nicer on that.
small blue dot wrote:I think the mopho has a deeper and more cutting sound (and the sub gens) and thus is better at bass and leads
Sounds like a valid opinion to me.

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Re: DSI Evolver (desktop) Question

Post by Jack Spider » Tue Dec 30, 2008 1:58 am

I think this one has drifted far enough off-topic now. Back on course, please chaps!
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