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Posted: Sep 15th 2011 9:02PM JuliusSeizure said

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Yeah, pretty much my thoughts exactly.

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 12:17AM JuliusSeizure said

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@JuliusSeizure

Oh, and any chance you could pimp out my WildStar fan deviantART group, http://wildstarsettlers.deviantart.com/ ? We could do with some awareness among anyone who might like to create or look at some fan art of the game, even this early.

No? That's cool. Worth a shot.
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Posted: Sep 15th 2011 9:38PM Utakata said

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Test...

Posted: Sep 15th 2011 9:40PM Utakata said

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...there we go! Finally!

*wiggles pigtails*

Your right, Mr. Lefebvre...Firefox was the key! Thanks again for the tip. :)

Posted: Sep 15th 2011 9:41PM Utakata said

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@Utakata

...now if I can only remember to reply to myself without spamming this thread. :(
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Posted: Sep 15th 2011 9:50PM Graill440 said

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@Utakata

To late. (grin)
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Posted: Sep 15th 2011 10:05PM Graill440 said

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@Graill440

the Ultimate ham sandwich ( Your welcome)
Ham, no water added, smoked, honey basted and peppered. (old style cure and smoke) From this shave about 7 ounces of sweet pig muscle.
Two slices of half inch to 3/4 inch thick Rye bread (or some other artisan bread with a deep herbal flavor)
Two slices of applewood smoked provolone cheese.
Beaver brand sweet/hot mustard
olive oil, flavored or not, up to you. Regualr cooking oil will require higher heat, keep that in mind
3 large green bell pepper strips broiled or grilled, to bring out the sweetness, enough to cover the bread.

Take the bread and brush olive oil on one side of each slice, place on grill or medium low skillet, brush mustard on the open side of both pieces and lay the bell pepper on one side and the cheese on the other (a steam lid or some bowl with a handle will help with the cheese melting. lightly grill or fry the ham and place on the bell pepper side, Flip both together (some skill involved) and then grill or fry for 3 more minutes on both sides, grab a cold beer or mountain dew or iced tea...and devour immeadiately.

Had to make my specialty after seeing that awesome pic. (Grin)


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Posted: Sep 15th 2011 11:21PM JuliusSeizure said

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@Utakata

Ooh, thank you! You prompted me to try fixing my avatar up yet again, and this time it actually worked! (I always use Firefox.)
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Posted: Sep 16th 2011 12:39AM Utakata said

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@Graill440

Least you didn't include Gnome cutlets in that sandwhich...as The Horde keep threatening to do. Not sure why I appear so tasty to them. :(

@JuliusSeizure

Oh thank you! :)
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Posted: Sep 15th 2011 10:28PM crazypoker said

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Tasty...

Posted: Sep 15th 2011 11:56PM (Unverified) said

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i dont think muslims would know anything about ham. maybe you should use a more inclusive analogy next time.

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 12:07AM JuliusSeizure said

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The point is that nobody knows the true depths of ham!
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Posted: Sep 16th 2011 12:49AM Space Cobra said

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Next time, you can use the famous cousin of ham, bacon, in your next topic post, if you run low on new ideas.

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 2:30AM FrostPaw said

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That is a fine ham...incidently, why is it every attempt to upload an avatar says "success" but never actualy works?

Is there a size limit on avatar images it's not telling me?

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 4:35AM JuliusSeizure said

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@FrostPaw

Try doing it from a different browser? Despite what was said above, I think it was actually my attempt in Internet Explorer that fixed it for me, so I can only guess that it's not the browser that's the issue but some kind of cache problem. Maybe.
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Posted: Sep 16th 2011 2:43AM Jepu said

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I'd like to point out a minor annoyance about the Massively's mobile site:
On i.massively.com whenever you click on the massively logo which obviously should let you back to the i.massively.com root it throws you to i.joystiq.com instead.

Is this intentional?

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 6:42AM Shardie said

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Ham is the lesser member of the axis of evil, Bacon, Pork and Ham.

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 8:23AM GrumpyGnome said

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Yes yes, all forms of Pig Flesh are scrumdiddlyumptious...

Posted: Sep 16th 2011 10:15AM Halfcentaur said

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I've never seen a ham that looked like the pork in this picture, what is it? It looks divine.

Posted: Sep 20th 2011 7:44PM enamelizer said

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Ack, somehow I missed this!

Thank you for answering all my burning questions. The links on the mobile version take you to the full version of the article, but if you add an "m." to the front of the url you can go to the mobile version of the article. Good to know at least.

As an added bonus I haven't seen the user who's every post makes me want an ignore feature in a while, so maybe he got the hint! =D

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