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Originally Posted by ozar Yes, whatever you do... be sure for your own sake NOT to accidentally press the button with the boxing glove on it: Look a little familiar? ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    Yes, whatever you do... be sure for your own sake NOT to accidentally press the button with the boxing glove on it:

    Look a little familiar?

    I'd also stay clear of the one with the hatchet, and the one with the bold red X, on it.
    Yeah - watch out for those, the big X is on the 'Meltdown' button. I once pressed the one marked Self Destruct, but the 3 second countdown gave me time to get safely under the desk...

    If you find out what the other buttons do, could you let me know?

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    Cool,Congrats Elija and Jayd512
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    Thanks guys. I'll try not to abuse my power

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    Oh that's just great, more people I have to bribe^Wpay for protection. I take it you want used twenties in an unmarked envelope as well?

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    It's usually about this far into it that new appointees start having those second thoughts!

    Just kidding... you'll both do and be just fine!

    Thanks again... we do appreciate your help!
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    So far, it's been a pretty laid back experience.
    The main difference being that I don't have to punch the "Report" button, anymore.
    So far, though, I haven't had to deal with any of the really belligerent folks who show up from time to time.
    Until that happens, I'm just looking at it like business as usual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    The main difference being that I don't have to punch the "Report" button, anymore.
    Oddly enough, we've dropped from one reported post every day or so, down to about one per month just since your appointment!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Oddly enough, we've dropped from one reported post every day or so, down to about one per month just since your appointment!
    I'm not sure if I should take credit for that or not. Ever since my appointment, I haven't seen as many instances where it's needed.
    Oh well... maybe that's just what happens when you unchain the junkyard dog!
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