and please change your welcome message, last time I seen it it was something like
get out your gun or knife and start killing
or... soemthing. Might also consider fixing your drugs. Meth doesn't come in pills, weed is in quarter/dime bags usually, and doesn't come in packets as advertized in the store. "yo, muh homie, I'm gonna run down to the nearest fall-apart wallmart and buy me a packet of that weed."



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----- Original Message ----- From: "Orin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2008 7:23 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] MUD Ideas


First of all, the name for "Humanity Moo" is rather stupid for what you guys plan on doing with it. Why don't you attempt to develop a name that'll stand out? Think of a name of a world, give it some history, and that's just the basics of it.
On Oct 11, 2008, at 9:15 PM, Ryan Smith wrote:

Hi,
Well Mike's a very good coder. I'm also a coder on there, but as a VB
coder, I suppose learning MOO is easier then not knowing any language,
I can do basic stuff, like set properties, get arguments, the tells,
targets, some command utils, match utils, verbs, mobs, planets, rooms,
descriptions, etc. Obviously the if, for, while statements are just
nothing to me being a VB coder. I am still learning, but me and moo
seem to get along. <Smile>. Though, I frequently forget the
semicolons. But Tristan, was the worst wizard ever. Cosmos is just
stolen code, not to get into a flame, but it's Humanity's code.
Another wizard Andrew Mack, also was a bad wizard. Mean, angry,
cranky, etc. The new wizard, Jayson Smith, is much nicer, and also a
terrific coder. We will be working on doing what we can to make the
moo less of a clone. However, a wizard on Humanity Moo noted that it
wasn't even funny how much code he copied. He literally copied most
lines of code, and paste it into his moo. I heard people say, and I'm
like okay, that's just wrong. Then I witnessed what really was stolen,
and I was almost scared .He failed to give credit to anything, and
never asked for permission. Not to turn this against Tristan, but
Tristan has, and still does, a history of stealing code. I also
consider it highly disrespectful, to just take something, don't give
credit, and just pretend you coded it. Perhaps I am over-reacting..but
let's get back on the subject of HM.
Thanks guys

-Ryan

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