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Question about moral standards

Post by Pluck101 » Mon Jul 20, 2009 5:43

Does having this forum index as my homepage make me a weird person? :P just wondering
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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Rex Claussen » Mon Jul 20, 2009 13:17

Whether or not you're considered a "weird person" does really not classify the question as one of "moral standards".

But in answer to your question, I'd say no, it does not make you a weird person. In fact, oddly, it's actually quite innovative in that thinking-out-of-the-box way.

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Starscream2 » Mon Jul 20, 2009 13:30

Heh, I always thought I was crazy for having a Shortcut to Zdoom forums and another one to DRD forums next to my start menu :P

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Rachael » Mon Jul 20, 2009 13:58

I've actually designed the homepage (the one outside the forum, at http://www.drdteam.org) to be a good Doom-like starting point, mainly as a convenience to people who wanted to go from our site to other Doom-related sites. I don't know if anyone has ever used it that way, I don't track home page hits that much, but it's set up that way if they wanted to.

Having the forum itself as your home page? Definitely not weird. Every day when I come home from work or wake up before going to work, I usually hit the DRD forum, ZDoom forum, and Skulltag forum.
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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by InsanityBringer » Mon Jul 20, 2009 17:12

Heh, I have the zdoom news page as my homepage in my linux VM... However that's entirely because I hated the default homepage and I had nothing better :P

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Enjay » Mon Jul 20, 2009 21:04

I feel so conventional and boring now. My homepage is Google. :(

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Pluck101 » Mon Jul 20, 2009 21:28

Don't feel inferior, my homepage used to be a website for guitar stuff :p
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Post by Remmirath » Mon Jul 20, 2009 23:02

Enjay wrote:I feel so conventional and boring now. My homepage is Google. :(
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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Rex Claussen » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:51

At least Google has a "cool" factor, when compared to others. Yahoo!, for example, which is what my homepage is.

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Pluck101 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 8:15

well the whole debate on my homepage was either this website... or that hell hole of a site Myspace... oh and by the way Username, your shoe seems to be un-tied. :wink:
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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Gez » Tue Jul 21, 2009 9:45

Google is so trite, I recommend Cthuugle as a homepage instead.

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by dark-slayer-201 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:17

Pluck101 wrote:me a weird person?
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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Nash » Tue Aug 11, 2009 19:36

Gah, you lot and your fancy default websites. Mine is set to about:blank!

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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Firebrand » Tue Aug 11, 2009 22:11

I have Yahoo! as my home page myself, answering the question, I don't think weirdness can be measured just by what your homepage is IMO.
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Re: Question about moral standards

Post by Pluck101 » Thu Aug 13, 2009 7:53

Firebrand wrote:I have Yahoo! as my home page myself, answering the question, I don't think weirdness can be measured just by what your homepage is IMO.
So say your homepage was... http://www.howtostalkpeople.uk or whatever would that be more weird than http://www.yahoo? See weirdness CAN be measured by ones homepage
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