{Questions to the Executive}Question Time.

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{Questions to the Executive}Question Time.

Post by Stuart Mackey » 2006-01-01 09:06pm

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Mr Chancellor!
When will the members of this august house have the pleasure of questioning the Ministers of the Crown, apon the policies and actions of the executive with regard to the forums?
Via money Europe could become political in five years" "... the current communities should be completed by a Finance Common Market which would lead us to European economic unity. Only then would ... the mutual commitments make it fairly easy to produce the political union which is the goal"

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Post by Ender » 2006-01-01 09:08pm

Mr Chancellor -
Can you comment on, or clarify the roles and responsibilities of our fellow civic leaders, the governors? Particularily with regard to comparable perks, privlages, and such?
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Re: {Questions to the Executive}Question Time.

Post by Rob Wilson » 2006-01-01 09:48pm

Stuart Mackey wrote:Mr Chancellor!
When will the members of this august house have the pleasure of questioning the Ministers of the Crown, apon the policies and actions of the executive with regard to the forums?
I draw the Wrong Dishonourable Gentlman's attention to Rule 3
You, yes you lucky few, get to discuss board policy! You can float your own idea's for discussion, you can float your friends idea's if you wish, and when the Mods make a policy decision you get to comment on it. And unlike anyone else that might discuss/comment on it, you actually get to have an impact. Go you!
Therefore if the members of this august body feel a matter needs addressing, then they can remove their digits from their rectums and post the matter at the time of their choosing.

But to clarify I would ask that the Topic be labeled [Discussion] then title so people are aware of it's intent.
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Post by Rob Wilson » 2006-01-01 09:51pm

Ender wrote:Mr Chancellor -
Can you comment on, or clarify the roles and responsibilities of our fellow civic leaders, the governors? Particularily with regard to comparable perks, privlages, and such?
Ah, the Nuclear Senator raises an interesting point.

The ranking is such

Senator - You guys
Governor - Mods and Supermods
Chancellor - Me what is leading this here place
Executor - Admins; what do the hurt to them that deserves it.
Emperor - Mike in both guises.

Has this cleared up the Glowing Senator's confusion? :)
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Re: {Questions to the Executive}Question Time.

Post by Stuart Mackey » 2006-01-01 10:01pm

Rob Wilson wrote:
Stuart Mackey wrote:Mr Chancellor!
When will the members of this august house have the pleasure of questioning the Ministers of the Crown, apon the policies and actions of the executive with regard to the forums?
I draw the Wrong Dishonourable Gentlman's attention to Rule 3
You, yes you lucky few, get to discuss board policy! You can float your own idea's for discussion, you can float your friends idea's if you wish, and when the Mods make a policy decision you get to comment on it. And unlike anyone else that might discuss/comment on it, you actually get to have an impact. Go you!
Therefore if the members of this august body feel a matter needs addressing, then they can remove their digits from their rectums and post the matter at the time of their choosing.
The Member apoligises and withdraws, and asks the Houses indulgence during a time of excess alcohol.
But to clarify I would ask that the Topic be labeled [Discussion] then title so people are aware of it's intent.
Via money Europe could become political in five years" "... the current communities should be completed by a Finance Common Market which would lead us to European economic unity. Only then would ... the mutual commitments make it fairly easy to produce the political union which is the goal"

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Post by Ender » 2006-01-01 10:08pm

Rob Wilson wrote:
Ender wrote:Mr Chancellor -
Can you comment on, or clarify the roles and responsibilities of our fellow civic leaders, the governors? Particularily with regard to comparable perks, privlages, and such?
Ah, the Nuclear Senator raises an interesting point.

The ranking is such

Senator - You guys
Governor - Mods and Supermods
Chancellor - Me what is leading this here place
Executor - Admins; what do the hurt to them that deserves it.
Emperor - Mike in both guises.

Has this cleared up the Glowing Senator's confusion? :)
Quite so sir; I call for a booze and babes recess
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Post by Connor MacLeod » 2006-02-04 01:34am

Why does the chancellor have a rifle instead of a gavel?

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Post by fgalkin » 2006-02-04 01:42am

Because firing into the ceiling is a far more effective way of restoring order than banging a gavel.

Have a very nice day.
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Post by LadyTevar » 2006-02-04 02:18pm

fgalkin wrote:Because firing into the ceiling is a far more effective way of restoring order than banging a gavel.

Have a very nice day.
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Post by Stuart Mackey » 2006-02-04 06:31pm

LadyTevar wrote:
fgalkin wrote:Because firing into the ceiling is a far more effective way of restoring order than banging a gavel.

Have a very nice day.
-fgalkin
But only as long as you are not in the room above, engaging in personal activities with the interns.
So long as the Intern is HM Empress Rebbeca. :wink:
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Post by Connor MacLeod » 2006-02-05 10:58pm

Knowing the Senate's design, I'm betting the bullet will ricochet and take out one of the plebes.

Anyone wanna take bets on who it hits? I'm betting Trekdestroyer.

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Post by Stuart Mackey » 2006-02-06 11:38pm

Connor MacLeod wrote:Knowing the Senate's design, I'm betting the bullet will ricochet and take out one of the plebes.

Anyone wanna take bets on who it hits? I'm betting Trekdestroyer.
That wont be a ricochet.....
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Post by Connor MacLeod » 2006-02-06 11:45pm

It has to look like one at least. We can't have the chancellor accused of Assassination.

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Post by Stuart Mackey » 2006-02-07 03:50am

Connor MacLeod wrote:It has to look like one at least. We can't have the chancellor accused of Assassination.
Assanation? I never saw him take aim to the tied victim and pull the trigger.. did you?
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Post by Connor MacLeod » 2006-02-15 03:11pm

Stuart Mackey wrote:
Connor MacLeod wrote:It has to look like one at least. We can't have the chancellor accused of Assassination.
Assanation? I never saw him take aim to the tied victim and pull the trigger.. did you?
You were too busy counting your bribe money

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