Originally posted by Agent008
reply to post by smirkley
Cool! If I may ask what website and doing what?
Originally posted by AshleyD
Here's a hint.
One member's post to this thread is actually 100% correct.
Originally posted by Hefficide
How are mods chosen?
They start with a list of potential candidates. Then through a very involved process they remove everyone who has a life, potential for a life, anything resembling a life, any chance at all of ever even getting a date or leaving their own house.
Those people are removed from the list.
Those of us who were left? Well I can only speak for me. But one night I was sitting at my computer, trying to tweak my EHarmony page in any way that might get a woman to reply to it - when suddenly three guys in like paramilitary assault / ninja suits suddenly came in my _ One pointed a weird looking gun at me - a dart struck my neck - and everything went black.
For some period of time... God only knows how long... I was in a completely dark and very small cement room. The ATS Terms and Conditions played over a loudspeaker constantly, non-stop. I had to eat roaches and spiders to survive. It was horrible. I think that months, or maybe even years passed that way.
Then, one day, the door opened. I was blinded by the light and felt another dart enter my body. I went out again. When I awoke I was back at my desk. There is a collar around my neck with strange boxes and lights on it. If I try to go outside it lights up and starts to burn. I think it's a bomb...
Oh God... Help me....
The collar shocked me.
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Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by Agent008
First rule of mod club.
Don't talk about the mod club.
The process involves water boarding, NSA COSMIC security clearance, a few blood rituals and an audit by a qualified Scientologist.