Fodi site logo

Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Search:     Advanced search
*
+  Fodi at Baldninja.com
|-+  Fodi: The Forums
| |-+  Off The Beaten Path
| | |-+  Introduce yourself!
Pages: [1] 2 3 4
Topic: Introduce yourself!  (Read 29497 times) Print
Matt

Group: Administrator
Position: Ninja with Hair Loss
*****


Karma: 31336
Posts: 441

Use this thread to let us know who you are. We want to hear from you! :)!
-------------------------------
I like cheese.
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
The Dark Agent

Position: Soldier of Justice
**


Karma: 0
Posts: 137

This is The Agent speaking...

What if we don't want to, and decide to stay nameless? :?
-------------------------------
Click and become one with your inner villain at the Intl. Evil Collective
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
Shawna

Position: Reality TV
**


Karma: 0
Posts: 75

Evidently, people don't want to tell you about themselves.  :)  Sorry Matt... (who likes cheese)
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
minignome
Position: Lesser Justice
**


Karma: 1
Posts: 34

Hi.

I don't like cheese.

I'm 6'2" so I have no idea why I'm minignome... but I like gnomes.

I live in Connecticut and I like trying new beers (seems relevant here.)  Last new one to me that I had was called Xingu, a Brazilian Black beer.  I enjoyed it although when I took it out of the fridge I felt like I had to thrown in an Indiana Jones flick to watch just to crack one open.
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile Email
Shawna

Position: Reality TV
**


Karma: 0
Posts: 75

Quote from: "minignome"
Hi.

I don't like cheese.

I'm 6'2" so I have no idea why I'm minignome... but I like gnomes.

 Maybe it's an irony thing...

Quote

...I felt like I had to thrown in an Indiana Jones flick to watch just to crack one open.

 Huh?  I have no idea what you mean...
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
mkinyon
Position: Drinker of Beast Ice
*


Karma: 1
Posts: 20

My favorite is Venezuelan beaver cheese.

I've tried only a tiny portion of what is on this list.

I don't like head cheese, but that's not cheese anyway.
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile Email
PeterDracos
Position: Aimless Driver
*


Karma: 0
Posts: 3

I can't say exactly what he means by that, but I think he means it felt really exotic.  But Indy was more of a Central American kinda guy, I think.

I'm pondering getting a hand-cranked cheese grater just cause I think it'd be easier than all the manual grating I'm doing lately.

Oh, right, I'm Peter, and you should never trust my opinion on beer.
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile Email
RITgal

Position: Lesser Justice
**


Karma: 3
Posts: 34

'Ello.

Introductions?  Very well then.  My username should sum up most of that.  I have an account on DeviantArt and randomly happened across this comic when it popped up on the front page.  It looked interesting, so I ventured to the website and checked out the archives.  And what do I find?  Copious amounts of references to RIT, and recognizable backgrounds of different locations of note.  Including the Nitrogen tank behind Building 17.

To put it shortly, I really can't pass up a webcomic as amusing as this, AND the fact that it repeatedly references RIT so often.
-------------------------------
"Hell, I vote for outer space.  No way these are local boys."
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
Steve

Group: Administrator
Position: Hiyah-weizen
*****


Karma: 65535
Posts: 235

 :lol: Matt and I both went to RIT and we like to poke fun at it.
-------------------------------
Steve
In  the meadow of sinful thoughts every flower's a perfect one
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
Matt

Group: Administrator
Position: Ninja with Hair Loss
*****


Karma: 31336
Posts: 441

Including the Nitrogen tank behind Building 17.

Is the fence still pretty decrepit?
-------------------------------
I like cheese.
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
RITgal

Position: Lesser Justice
**


Karma: 3
Posts: 34

:lol: Matt and I both went to RIT and we like to poke fun at it.

When does one not poke fun at RIT?

Is the fence still pretty decrepit?

He he, the fence looks worse than it really is.  It holds up to a good beating when they recharge the tank.  I should know, I work in the SMFL.  That poor fence has been run into more than its fair share of times.  But yeah, it still looks decrepit.
-------------------------------
"Hell, I vote for outer space.  No way these are local boys."
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
Matt

Group: Administrator
Position: Ninja with Hair Loss
*****


Karma: 31336
Posts: 441

My brain is currently not telling me what the SMFL is, even though I should probably know.
-------------------------------
I like cheese.
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
RITgal

Position: Lesser Justice
**


Karma: 3
Posts: 34

My brain is currently not telling me what the SMFL is, even though I should probably know.

He he, no problem.  The SMFL is the clean room in Buildilng 17 that uses aforementioned Nitrogen tank.  I walk around in the bunny suits.  'Tis fun.
-------------------------------
"Hell, I vote for outer space.  No way these are local boys."
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
Steve

Group: Administrator
Position: Hiyah-weizen
*****


Karma: 65535
Posts: 235

Hah! Once you knew about the nitrogen, Matt had you pegged as MicroE.
-------------------------------
Steve
In  the meadow of sinful thoughts every flower's a perfect one
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
RITgal

Position: Lesser Justice
**


Karma: 3
Posts: 34

Hah! Once you knew about the nitrogen, Matt had you pegged as MicroE.

Believe it or not, I'm not a MicroE.  I only work in the SMFL.  I'm a MechE, but I'm in the process of changing majors, so Matt might as well have been right. 

It's great to be here and have people who know RIT.  I love the comic: characters, setting, storyline and all.  Keep up the great work.
-------------------------------
"Hell, I vote for outer space.  No way these are local boys."
 IP: [ Logged ] View Profile WWW Email
« previous next »
Print
Pages: [1] 2 3 4  
« previous next »
Jump to:  

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 2.0 RC3 | SMF © 2006–2010, Simple Machines LLC Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!