Although I have it and it's aliases on ignore, it sometimes manages to squirm out and expose it's nasty body anyway. I noticed this morning that it has given itself multiple reccomendations. This number equals (approximately) the number of aliases that it is currently using. Although many on this board would prefer that others not respond our cockroack, one only has to look as far as an average chicken coop to understand why this occurs. In a chicken coop a "pecking order" is always well established, whereby the stronger and more alert chickens attack the hapless weeklings who somehow single themselves out for abuse. That said, our poor, dullwitted cockroach has become the punching bag in the GGR chicken coop. Its' only saving grace, of course, is that in cyber-world our cookroach escapes the physical blood-letting to it's head and upper body that would normally occur. Best Regards, to all, including our dull-witted cockroach. (God knows, it's trying to do what it can given it's limited resources) Bambusario
Bambu, Being unfamiliar with the establishment of the pecking order, I must ask if the size of the chicken's pecker plays a roll in its position in the hierarchy? Also, does the fact that some chickens begin the selection process minus their lower plumage,present an unfair advantage? This may help explain how the gov has reached such a lofty position.