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Sam



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:07 pm    Post subject: Sinfest Reply with quote

Sinfest is the cool place to hang out. You can find most of the cool people there. At Sinfest you can just chill and do whatever and totally relax. "Take it easy" is the Sinfest motto, for example, that's how laid back it is there. Show up if you want to have a good time. Another good reason to show up is if you want to hang out with friends.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

_____The purpose of this paper is to show that Sinfest is a cool place to hang out.

_____You can find a lot of cool people in Sinfest. _One of the cool people is named Sam. _If you were ask Sam, he would tell you that Sinfest is the cool place to hang out. _Cool people hang out in cool places. _Maybe that is why a lot of cool people hang out at

Sinfest.

_____At Sinfest, you can do whatever it is you want to do. _For example, at Sinfest you can just chill if you want to. _You can also relax. _You can relax partially or completely. _Whatever it is you want to do, you can to it at Sinfest. _

_____The people at Sinfest are very laid back. _As a consequence, Sinfest is very laid back. _For an example of how laid back Sinfest is, we can look at the Sinfest motto. _A motto is "a sentence, phrase, or word of appropriate character inscribed on or attached to an

object," (Dictionary, pg. /motto). _Sinfest has a motto (Sam, pg. 1). _The motto of Sinfest is "take it easy." _This motto how shows how laid back Sinfest is.

_____Sinfest is a cool place, as we have seen. _Sinfest is also very laid back. _I have shown that this is because of the people who hang out at Sinfest. _They are people who are laid back. They are also cool. _Because of this, the motto of Sinfest is "take it easy."

Since Sinfest is a cool and easy place, you should show up if you want to have a good time. _You will find a good time at a cool place like Sinfest.

_____Another good reason to show up is if you want to hang out with friends. _While hanging out with your friends at Sinfest, you can all have a good time. _Friends like to hang out and have a good time. _They like to do so at places that are cool. _Another place

friends like to hang out is in places that are laid back.

_____In conclusion, Sinfest is a cool place to hang out. _I hope this essay has persuaded you that Sinfest is the cool place to hang out. _I also hope that it has persuaded you to show up if you want to have a good time, and hang out with friends.

Bibliography:
Sam, Sinfest. Sinfest Forums, General Discussion, 2013.
Mr. Dictionary, The Free Dictionary. Http://www.thefreediciontary.com, accessed 2013.


(this is actually better than the last term paper I wrote)
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My book report is on Sinfest, written by Tatsuya Ishida, and edited by a bunch of forum-going vipers.

Sinfest is about a bunch of people doing things. It is also about people talking about penises and sentient toasters and dudebros. I think Sinfest is neato.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i like sinfest because it is rectangle and rectangle is a shape

signed shadowcell age 6
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Sam



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My objective review of Sinfest:

Sinfest is a webcomic on the internet on an internet page. It has a number of additional parts to the internet page. One of those is the forum. The forum is a place where people post. A number of people actively post there.

I give the Sinfest forum some or all out of five stars.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sinfest/Sinfest forum
sinfest.net

Hours: open pretty much all hours
Good for Kids: ....probably not. depends on the kid.
Accepts Credit Cards: well, i imagine if you offered Tat one...
Parking: not a problem
Attire: i'd really rather not know
Good for Groups: definitely
Price Range: free
Takes Reservations: well, i have met people with reservations about it but the strip itself seems to have no reservations.
Delivery: some say it can be spotty, but i've been generally pleased
Take-out: i don't think we've ever successfully taken out anyone, but we can keep trying.
Waiter Service: waiters have to serve themselves, just like everyone else
Outdoor Seating: if you like
Wi-Fi: tends to be handy
Good For: those with sufficient cool (see above)
Alcohol: when we can get it
Noise Level: generally good, occasionally things get loud
Ambience: yes
Has TV: No
Caters: to no one!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Dogs Allowed: yes

i can give sinfest only one out of five stars. although there is much discussion of food, and even some recipes if you look hard enough, sinfest serves no actual food.

on the plus side, i had no trouble with parking.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Sinfest Reply with quote

Sam wrote:
Sinfest is the cool place to hang out. You can find most of the cool people there. At Sinfest you can just chill and do whatever and totally relax. "Take it easy" is the Sinfest motto, for example, that's how laid back it is there. Show up if you want to have a good time. Another good reason to show up is if you want to hang out with friends.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Suggested demographics for Sinfest:

- adults aged 12-35
- MRA's
- individuals who have made a 'so doge' meme
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 12:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

how about children over 50?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 12:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sam wrote:
Suggested demographics for Sinfest:

- adults aged 12-35
- MRA's
- individuals who have made a 'so doge' meme


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Thy Brilliance



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 1:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sam wrote:
- individuals who have made a 'so doge' meme


2 outta 3 ain't bad.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 2:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

2,563 of 2,668 people found the following review helpful
★★★★★ Finally, a forum that's cool! October 28, 2013
By
Wheels O. Confusion, Esq. "Throbbinson Cockmorton"
This review is from: Sinfest Forums
I was a satisfied user of the previous model Sinfest Forums for four years, but support was being discontinued by late 2006. Naturally, my first instinct was to soil myself and then use my own feces to write a disgruntled letter to City Hall to voice my discontinence, er, discontent. And by "to City Hall," of course I mean "on City Hall." While this brought me some local media attention, it did not put back together the Humpty Dumpty of my emotional state, nor did it have the desired effect on Tatsuya Ishida (president of Sinfest Heavy Industries Corp., makers of Sinfest). A broken shell of my former self, which not even the stellar cast or slick directing of All The King's Men could rejuvenate, I resigned myself like so many others to jump ship and give the new Sinfest Forums 2.0 a try.

The unboxing was about what you'd expect. There was no box, for starters. Included was an instruction manual printed in 9 languages (including Simplified Mongol), a warranty information card that promptly lost itself, and seven black twist ties to add to my growing collection.

The initial set-up experience was very familiar, but tedious. I wasn't able to migrate my old login info and had to create a new User ID and password, then wait for a confirmation e-mail which seemed to take forever. Once I was in, I found to my dismay that none of previous achievements or ranks carried over from the old forum. I would have knocked off half a star for that, but sadly this is the reality of the all-digital world we live in these days. All accomplishment is fleeting, disparate, and doomed to eventually go down once the server's no longer maintained. Having resigned myself to this fact well in advance, I knew pretty much what to expect going in.

Then I actually started using the new forums.

What a difference! I'd never said anything before, but the default 'radium mint' color scheme of the previous forum was starting to dissolve my will to live and adversely affect my annual bloodwork results. The switch to Sub-Silver quickly flushed all the accumulated toxins from my blood stream and chelated the leaden feeling that had taken up residence in my heart, with only a triffling amount of argyria! Even that has its upside, as now when I become angered by my coworkers' political musings, the deep blue veins that become suddenly and alarmingly visible on my face with elevated blood pressure is enough to communicate my frustration and silence them without wasting further words. In some ways I now more fully appreciate the elegant visual language of the mighty Humboldt squid, those masterful beaked marauders of the sea.

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Heretical Rants



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 2:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sinfest: An Alternative Perspective

Sinfest is yet another profoundly disturbing thing about the Internet. On Sinfest, you can find a variety of weirdos who obsess over stupid things. For example, there is a 200+ page thread about ponies. You can also find angry people who will yell at you for disagreeing with them, such as Rotmouth, Simian McTroll, Pony Girl, and a particularly profane Aussie.

There is a disturbing amount of feminism on Sinfest, and even the regulars who claim not to identify with such will troll good, honest folks into oblivion when they bring up even the slightest complaint, or say something "offensive" to women or gays. For example, they turned my own thread, wherein I pointed out that the comic the forum is based around is complete horseshit, into a total spamdump. This is not a good way to conduct business, people.

But it goes deeper than this. Sinfest is actually a cover for secret CIA death squads. A number of members are sympathetic of Hussein Obama's tyrannical socialist regime, and hypercritical of what few good folks there are in Washington that are working hard to prune out every superfluous facet of government -- besides the ones that profit them, of course. That's only fair. Remember, socialism is one of our strongest enemies.

Furthermore, I have even seen them refer to good, honest Christian organizations as "hate groups." They by and large subscribe to the doctrine that any group that disapproves of homosexual deviancy deserves that designation. This means that they often regard even mainstream Christian groups as the enemy. Even many of the so-called "Christians" on the forum are sympathetic to, or even actively involved in, the gay agenda.

There are some eerie similarities between Sinfest and the Nazi party. While the Nazis had their "Aryan science" and "Jewish science", Sinfest forum-goers are obsessed with sex, gender, and sexual orientation, and discuss categorization of such. This allows them to create an "oppressor" (the "patriarchy") who must be opposed. Recently, they were discussing something ominous by the name QUILTBAG. It is most likely a code name for an undercover operation by a treasonous spy organization.

There is also strong evidence that the forum goer by the name of "mouse" is part of an invading extraterrestrial force intent on taking our guns away. Unfortunately, I cannot give further details for fear that she will vaporize me.

All in all, not something you want to get involved with.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is my poem, called "Acrostic Poem, by Moor"

Sinfest
Super
Interesting
New-ish although not really but the recent trends are new
Fun
Especially cool
Super
Totally cool.

That was my poem, called "Acrostic Poem". I submitted it to the 3rd grade poetry contest. Wish me luck!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Heretical Rants wrote:
Sinfest: An Alternative Perspective

Sinfest is yet another profoundly disturbing thing about the Internet. On Sinfest, you can find a variety of weirdos who obsess over stupid things. For example, there is a 200+ page thread about ponies. You can also find angry people who will yell at you for disagreeing with them, such as Rotmouth, Simian McTroll, Pony Girl, and a particularly profane Aussie.

There is a disturbing amount of feminism on Sinfest, and even the regulars who claim not to identify with such will troll good, honest folks into oblivion when they bring up even the slightest complaint, or say something "offensive" to women or gays. For example, they turned my own thread, wherein I pointed out that the comic the forum is based around is complete horseshit, into a total spamdump. This is not a good way to conduct business, people.

But it goes deeper than this. Sinfest is actually a cover for secret CIA death squads. A number of members are sympathetic of Hussein Obama's tyrannical socialist regime, and hypercritical of what few good folks there are in Washington that are working hard to prune out every superfluous facet of government -- besides the ones that profit them, of course. That's only fair. Remember, socialism is one of our strongest enemies.

Furthermore, I have even seen them refer to good, honest Christian organizations as "hate groups." They by and large subscribe to the doctrine that any group that disapproves of homosexual deviancy deserves that designation. This means that they often regard even mainstream Christian groups as the enemy. Even many of the so-called "Christians" on the forum are sympathetic to, or even actively involved in, the gay agenda.

There are some eerie similarities between Sinfest and the Nazi party. While the Nazis had their "Aryan science" and "Jewish science", Sinfest forum-goers are obsessed with sex, gender, and sexual orientation, and discuss categorization of such. This allows them to create an "oppressor" (the "patriarchy") who must be opposed. Recently, they were discussing something ominous by the name QUILTBAG. It is most likely a code name for an undercover operation by a treasonous spy organization.

There is also strong evidence that the forum goer by the name of "mouse" is part of an invading extraterrestrial force intent on taking our guns away. Unfortunately, I cannot give further details for fear that she will vaporize me.

All in all, not something you want to get involved with.


This does not sound totally cool!!! I think it gets sinfest all wrong. Sinfest is not really a place like this. QUILTBAG is probably like a sweet surprise party that some people are throwing just to show everyone how cool and appreciated they are!
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