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post #4681 of 6855
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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

Yes, I did figure out, while going where I had to go, that you thought I meant for you to step away. The percieved insult was in you implying that I needed to get over myself for my needing to go someplace, as I read your comment -- no harm, we got it worked out -- but need to go someplace right now again, so ta ta, till we meet again soon....

It's all good; I meant no insult and have edited my pertaining post.
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I call that "splitting hairs."

I can't believe this is turning into a nasty debate.

Really, some around here need to head to their local brewpub for the day...or get laid....or both.

I dunno; it's really been a pretty civilized debate so far. I must admit I'm fascinated to see how far certain folk will go to defend the "single thread" position. Will this unfair persecution ever end? Interesting that dad's sitting it out though, eh?

Taking Mrs. Archi out to Morton's tonight so I'm working on that latter suggestion.
post #4683 of 6855
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I call that "splitting hairs."

I can't believe this is turning into a nasty debate.

Really, some around here need to head to their local brewpub for the day...or get laid....or both.

Concur, the issue being raised is what appears to be a narrow reading of the thread title, i.e., that DEXTER on Showtime when put on blu-ray is no longer fodder for discussion.

Once again I will point out that those professing encampment within this kind of technical objection for purposes of keeping the thread "pure" -- meaning only about DEXTER as it airs, are saying one thing, but SHOWING no sign whatsoever of wanting to keep the thread about DEXTER at all -- in leaping forth to discuss non-DEXTER issues, they are doing precisely what they say they object to.

Therefore I conclude it is not really at all about DEXTER thread purity, but the same long line of "I have more to say about how people talk about DEXTER than about DEXTER itself" type of input that has been very common in this thread. And mostly accompanied by the "I really really want to discuss DEXTER" type talk (but strangely not accompanied by any of that DEXTER talk).

I do disagree about the nastiness though, I too would characterize it as a civil conversation -- enjoyable enough as well -- fact is, I am open to pretty much any kind of discussion, and will for the most part gladly state my position on any number of things, which, with regard to present topic, is pretty much this simple: Dad wants to talk DEXTER, I want to as well, so here we are. Dad less willing to talk non-DEXTER issues, so not surprising he is judiciously absenting himself. I can certainly respect that. And I will get back to finishing up responding to what you wrote there Dad, as soon as I get home again.
post #4684 of 6855
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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

Concur, the issue being raised is what appears to be a narrow reading of the thread title, i.e., that DEXTER on Showtime when put on blu-ray is no longer fodder for discussion.

Again, nobody is saying that. What they're saying is, rehashing of past seasons on shiny disks is more appropriately directed to a new thread that's dedicated to that purpose. I myself have slung a lot of hash in this thread over the years yet have no desire to revisit those times, halcyon as they may be. I would, however, enjoy coming here to see if there is any 'Dexter' related news, gossip, speculations, etc. Like we've always done. And there are more of us than there are of you. So we're the ones who have to "compromise", when it's so ridiculously easy to start a new thread? Really?

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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

Once again I will point out that those professing encampment within this kind of technical objection for purposes of keeping the thread "pure" -- meaning only about DEXTER as it airs, are saying one thing, but SHOWING no sign whatsoever of wanting to keep the thread about DEXTER at all -- in leaping forth to discuss non-DEXTER issues, they are doing precisely what they say they object to.

Dangling participle aside (for shame M-H), what "non-Dexter issues" are you talking about? Did I goof up and stumble into the 'True Blood' thread by mistake?
post #4685 of 6855
Jeez, I go away from this thread for a short time and it's turned into something silly. I had a few opinions on the rewatch, but in the end it's not a big deal either way.

I say, wash your panties and let things flow.

On the latest rewatch...Lara Croft Outfit!! Damn & only Dex could not just go nuts with that. Oh Yeah, he has no soul, so he just sits there and lets her do the least. Noooo! I think most of us would have trashed the apartment in some epic fashion after seeing the braided hair, outfit and grin. Face it, when a girl goes to that much trouble, you are in for a rare treat, and poor Dex just didn't get it....ever!

Nice moment in the season.
post #4686 of 6855
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I call that "splitting hairs."

I can't believe this is turning into a nasty debate.

Really, some around here need to head to their local brewpub for the day...or get laid....or both.

Or kill somebody?

The debate is rather silly. Dexter is in hiatus until another 9 months or so. Nobody has to read the rewatch thing. The cool thing about computers is scrolling over the posts you don't want to read.
post #4687 of 6855
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

Taking Mrs. Archi out to Morton's tonight so I'm working on that latter suggestion.

LOL.


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Originally Posted by thedeskE View Post


On the latest rewatch...Lara Croft Outfit!! Damn & only Dex could not just go nuts with that. Oh Yeah, he has no soul, so he just sits there and lets her do the least. Noooo! I think most of us would have trashed the apartment in some epic fashion after seeing the braided hair, outfit and grin.

Man, she was super hot on Dexter and on Angel too.
post #4688 of 6855
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Originally Posted by dad1153 View Post

Harry's flashback advice to Dexter about not being a bully because cops like him remember bullies ('a bully is a felon waiting to happen') has enough truth behind it to qualify as universal wisdom. It's good advice for normal people, not just serial-killers-in-training.

Here was one of the more interesting bits for me. The first thing Harry said to Dexter was that to be a bully was wrong, then followed upon that with "people remember bullies" -- people like Harry: cops. Not long ago there was some general discussion that Harry's primary purpose with regard to shaping the young Dexter was to inculcate an imperative of self-preservation, that Harry was much less concerned with imparting morality -- a sense of right and wrong. Here we see that he does make a passing nod to morality in Dexter's behavior as something of a rhetorical formality, but perhaps more strongly emphasized, or at least granted more specific detail, is the self-preservation/blending-in component of acting within the moral stricture.

It might be said that the nurse Harry unleashed Dexter on was a bully -- she imposed her will on the weak and/or helpless, so we definitely see the result of Harry's disfavor of bullying come to fruition. Also (I've forgotten the season -- five possibly), where Dexter beats and drives from town a boyfriend bully living with one of Astor's friends, so probably fair to say bullies stand out to Dexter too as a result of early Harry training. And, if I'm recalling the way that played out, it seemed Dexter was exacting the punishment for bad action as he beat and lectured the offending boyfriend, so we might conclude that at least some superficial aspect of the morality training lingered as well.

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Originally Posted by dad1153 View Post

Dexter's memory of watching for hours as a kid how trash compactors packed and buried garbage in the now-built over landfill is a little disturbing. It's also screamingly funny.

I think I must have totally missed what you are talking about here -- I do remember Dexter piecing together where the dump was, and the improbable (to say the least) preservation of the smiley-face palm tree (what was surface level when Dexter was a kid, must have been rendered at least 15 feet deep under garbage and soil to then situate an apartment complex on top of it), but as to any disturbing or funny element to this? -- I missed it, guess I'll cue that up, see if I can see it.

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Originally Posted by dad1153 View Post

The last shot of the episode, where Dex blows the burning picture and looks directly at the camera, would be recreated in the S5 finale 'The Big One.' The echo-ish 'Boo' when the picture cuts to black recalls the final shot/ending of "The Usual Suspects."

Yes, very interesting this last sequence. Dexter says roughly "Maybe I'll never be the human Harry wanted me to be, but I couldn't kill Tony Tucci, that's not me either. My new friend thought I wouldn't be able to resist the kill he left for me, but I did. I'm not the monster he wants me to be, so I'm neither man nor beast, I'm something new entirely, with my own set of rules. I'm Dexter. BOO!"

What I pulled from that was a pretty artful straddling of the significance of the code versus improvisational conduct. I had not remembered it this way, precisely. Upon original absorption of the series, I think I had a much stronger sense of the code as inviolable/immutable moral, or at least practical application, guide in Dexter's life. Here we see that he is operating somewhat outside any specific limitations -- when he talks of "resisting" the kill laid out for him, it is as if observed from without -- almost like he was not sure which way it might go -- I'm reminded of the Elf Queen in LOTR being tempted by the ring, but she ultimately (according to a very similar self-evaluation) passes the test. Here there was much more struggle conveyed than what I might have expected......

...so thus far, many unexpected discoveries with this rewatch, must say.

Well, time for the morning run.....
post #4689 of 6855
^^^ You know, the fact that Dexter turned down Rudy's ready-made kill of Tucci should have been his clue that there's no way his charm and brotherly connection with Dex would be strong-enough to make the younger brother come over to the older brother's 'dark side' (for lack of a better term). Guess it was hubris that ultimately did Rudy in (plus he probably didn't know how strongly Dex adhered at this point to a code, Harry's, that Rudy didn't know about), which knowing the character as well as we do now it's a personality flaw that was just part of who Rudy was.
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Originally Posted by theDeskE View Post

On the latest rewatch...Lara Croft Outfit!! Damn & only Dex could not just go nuts with that. Oh Yeah, he has no soul, so he just sits there and lets her do the least. Noooo! I think most of us would have trashed the apartment in some epic fashion after seeing the braided hair, outfit and grin. Face it, when a girl goes to that much trouble, you are in for a rare treat, and poor Dex just didn't get it....ever!

Down boy, down! Yes, the almost comatose reaction of Dex to the outfit (he seemed more interested on how do you raid tombs on such a skimpy outfit, a practical question but also a subtle critique of the pop culture that embraced Lara Croft) is the hilarious counterpart to the nice, sexy and intimate moment that Rita brought to his place. If someone were nice enough to do that for me I'd reciprocate, not sit there like a log.
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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

Yes, unknown what the cops' original intention was, but that entire side-story was great -- from the way Doakes was dealing with Dexter, to the extramarital affair revelation, to the fellow cops setting him up, then continuing to ride him, the Doakes comeback which shifted focus off the infidelity, and the resolution -- all tight and delicious!

It just occurred to me that these other Miami Metro cops that used Doakes are the type of 'cowboy' mold from which Quinn comes from. I guess we were supposed back in S3, when Quinn appears out-of-nowhere as a Miami Metro cop that was always there in the season opener, to assume that he (Quinn) was among these detectives that were hot-headed and (though the first two seasons) in the background to our featured players. Since they were all Caucasian male detectives (the one with speaking lines, the brother of the wife of the murdered undercover cop, looks a lot like the 'Mayhem' character from the All Insurance TV ads) it's easy now for me to see Quinn there in that group without actually seeing Desmond Harrington on-screen.
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

Interesting that dad's sitting it out though, eh?

As you can see by the length and depth of my recaps (plus my other "HOTP" duties), I don't have time for anything else.
post #4690 of 6855
One thing I've learned from the past day of posts is two certain individuals (you know who are you) are too full of themselves to care about the rest of the contributors of this thread. What a pity...

The good news is there's an ignore list. Enjoy the time off all, and I look forward to next season and future discussions of the current happenings of Dexter. And to those two offenders I spoke of earlier, you've officially reached "troll" status, so happy trolling to you.
post #4691 of 6855
told you so.
post #4692 of 6855
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Originally Posted by bruce73 View Post

The problem with having this "re-watch project" in a separate thread is that it would deprive the participants of a (much needed) audience.

Sorry, I did mean to get back to you earlier, but I was busy for a bit. I think you were meaning to pile onto the "rewatch project does not belong here" mini-swell, but from this statement, you are saying that you (and/or others) will only read rewatch comments if they appear in this thread? That is perfectly alright of course -- do venture an opinion on DEXTER if the mood strikes, the water is fine.
post #4693 of 6855
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

The good news is there's an ignore list. Enjoy the time off all, and I look forward to next season and future discussions of the current happenings of Dexter. And to those two offenders I spoke of earlier, you've officially reached "troll" status, so happy trolling to you.

Going to now work the name-calling, insult, and personal attack angle, eh? Curious, now some would say that is that type of thing is what makes for trolling, not offering in-depth comment on the show to which the thread is devoted. And BTW, the ignore list is definitely not news, but of course suggests you don't trust yourself not to read, which would not seem such a problem if you have opted not to continue talking DEXTER here (course you haven't done that for awhile anyway....)
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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

Sorry, I did mean to get back to you earlier, but I was busy for a bit. I think you were meaning to pile onto the "rewatch project does not belong here" mini-swell, but from this statement, you are saying that you (and/or others) will only read rewatch comments if they appear in this thread? That is perfectly alright of course -- do venture an opinion on DEXTER if the mood strikes, the water is fine.

No, that's not what I'm saying at all.
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Originally Posted by bruce73 View Post

No, that's not what I'm saying at all.

Good enough, bruce73. I like your style.
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

Dangling participle aside (for shame M-H), what "non-Dexter issues" are you talking about? Did I goof up and stumble into the 'True Blood' thread by mistake?

So yesterday's conversation seemed to be largely devoted to rules of order concerning the propagation of posts in this thread -- what type of post might be said to naturally belong here, or perhaps should be elsewhere -- something of a housecleaning mission, or, if you will, talking about the way we talk about things versus actually talking about them. If I understand you correctly, you are meaning with the above, to imply that because DEXTER might be said to be the obscured basis of such discussion, that it is in fact DEXTER talk -- you were keeping perfectly within the broad heading. So anything tangentially related -- broadest possible latitude as basis for qualifying something as DEXTER talk, you are good to remark herein? That seems to be the suggestion with your comment, yet somehow talking about DEXTER plot points, characters, actors, storylines if not contemporaneous with original airdate is a disqualifier? Those are your points?

Got to say, hard to wrap ones brain around that type of idiosyncratic, not to mention seemingly incompatible, set or sets of standards....
post #4697 of 6855
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

I must admit I'm fascinated to see how far certain folk will go to defend the "single thread" position. Will this unfair persecution ever end?

I think here you are suggesting that I might be the one going to inordinate lengths to defend this "single thread" position? If this was your meaning, here is another quote for you to mull over:

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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

For someone who puts such a high value on words, you might want to let others' words speak for themselves.

Please note I have never even stated my preference for a single thread, or two, or perhaps a multiplicity, let alone did I defend one over another.
post #4698 of 6855
I'm not hurling insults, just calling it like it is. Trolling is not an insult, it's a description of what someone is doing. It is someone who posts off topic messages with the intent to disrupt normal on-topic discussion. There have been more members than not respectfully requesting you move the re-watch to another thread (it's own perhaps). You choose to ignore said requests and continue on anyway, thus engaging in the act of trolling. Thanks for proving my point, though.

So here's a logical point of view: Why didn't dad call a vote of the masses before starting with this re-watch project in this thread? If he did such and I overlooked it, please do let me know.

P.S. Emaych, you've singled handedly kept this conversation going; I hope you realize that. Or maybe that's what you wanted.
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Originally Posted by lonwolf615 View Post

.Right now this is the only thread we have for Dexter, it is not the proper place for this.Its inevitably going to stagnate, with fewer members taking part. As those who don't care to wade through the lengthy posts drop out you'll end up talking to yourselves, which would be a shame because you have many interesting points to make. Plus, those who want only to discuss briefly their feeling about the show will no longer have a forum to do so..., don't take this wrong, I'm humbled by the time and thought you're devoting to my favorite show. It just seems to me this isn't the place for it.

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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

One thing I've learned from the past day of posts is two certain individuals (you know who are you) are too full of themselves to care about the rest of the contributors of this thread. What a pity...

The good news is there's an ignore list.

And it works very well. More people need to use it.
post #4701 of 6855
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

I'm not hurling insults, just calling it like it is. Trolling is not an insult, it's a description of what someone is doing. It is someone who posts off topic messages with the intent to disrupt normal on-topic discussion. There have been more members than not respectfully requesting you move the re-watch to another thread (it's own perhaps). You choose to ignore said requests and continue on anyway, thus engaging in the act of trolling. Thanks for proving my point, though.

So here's a logical point of view: Why didn't dad call a vote of the masses before starting with this re-watch project in this thread? If he did such and I overlooked it, please do let me know.

P.S. Emaych, you've singled handedly kept this conversation going; I hope you realize that. Or maybe that's what you wanted.

I do respect and appreciate that for the most part your tone is quite civil. Of course I disagree about the troll remark. You and others have apparently decided that DEXTER talk is off-topic herein, and pitch the insult, while at the same time entering post after post talking about not DEXTER, but instead which posts belong here. Is that DEXTER talk? Also you did refer to me as an "offender" did you not? That itself has a quite pejorative intent as well.

Honestly I have no idea why Dad is posting Rewatch here, except to say this is the DEXTER thread. That is what I came to participate in, but have taken time out to address these attempts to drive me out -- I think I generally find something more worthwhile in that than Dad does, but again, I really don't know.

Seems to me the central issue is this: you have determined that talking about what belongs in this thread is much more important to you than just joining in on the DEXTER talk, if you ever felt like doing that. This over some seemingly very technical reading of the thread title and/or your personal definition of what you think belongs here. I'd like to suggest to you, it is not such a big deal to talk here or there, but I guess for myself, when a few folks come forward to try and oust me with their own devised opinions of what belongs here -- and please note it seems to be the same people who conclude that I do not belong here, whatever the issue of the day -- then I say: why not us just engage those issues? -- we'll see who says what.

I do hope you forgive that with multiple parties attacking, that it follows a certain course to pursue issues raised, which may give the impression I am perpetuating it, but I am just as happy if it never arose, or goes away from this point on -- I did not initiate it.
post #4702 of 6855
Emaych,

Are you reading my posts? I've clearly stated I don't want you going anywhere. Why do you continue to state otherwise? I also never stated I don't want to talk about Dexter. Where are you coming up with these conclusions? My issue (and others'), as stated numerous times, is that the re-watch project doesn't belong here. Please tell me you understand that. I have zero issue with anything else, period.

As for my posts not pertaining to Dexter and your claim I don't want to talk about Dexter, please go back and read my posts before yesterday; you'll clearly see the error in your claim. Dexter and Breaking Bad are my favorite shows, and it's preposterous to claim I don't enjoy or want to chat about Dexter in particular.

I'm not upset either, sir; more like disappointed. An outcry has been made, heard and ignored. It reminds me of a bad government. To each their own I guess, but it doesn't mean we have to put up with it. Again I ask, did dad ever take a vote of the masses regarding putting the re-watch project in this thread? Or did he just decide for everyone else?
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Honestly people!!!

Here is another thread for discussions on past seasons of Dexter on Blu-Ray.
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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

Please note I have never even stated my preference for a single thread, or two, or perhaps a multiplicity, let alone did I defend one over another.

Huh? You're were quoting a post where I was commenting about your refusal to hear what others are saying, i.e. these lengthy discussions that are occurring primarily between you and dad is not appropriate to this thread and should simply have its own dedicated thread where you can pontificate on past seasons to your heart's content. For someone who throws so many words around you seem remarkably resistant to reading anyone else's.

Honestly, you're not a victim here so you can stop with the persecution bit. You can come here anytime you like to talk about currently related 'Dexter' news, info, casting, etc. That's what this thread is for. If the show had been canceled and no more new information or episodes would be forthcoming, then it really wouldn't matter as nobody would be coming here for upcoming news/info.

It's not really about you, although you keep trying to insist it is. It's about trying to keep this thread from getting bogged down with repetitive postings that take up half a page, which very few are interested in reading, and have nothing to do with 'Dexter' as it is currently airing. That is not what most of us come here for.

It's funny how dad at first asked how such a digression would be received, and when there were several members who explained such discussions are better suited to a dedicated thread, he just barreled ahead and started posting them here anyway. It seems remarkably rude and I'm frankly astonished it's gone on this long.

I honestly don't know if you're really not getting this or if you're just trying to muddle the issue for your own amusement?
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

Emaych,

Are you reading my posts? I've clearly stated I don't want you going anywhere. Why do you continue to state otherwise? I also never stated I don't want to talk about Dexter. Where are you coming up with these conclusions? My issue (and others'), as stated numerous times, is that the re-watch project doesn't belong here. Please tell me you understand that. I have zero issue with anything else, period.

As for my posts not pertaining to Dexter and your claim I don't want to talk about Dexter, please go back and read my posts before yesterday; you'll clearly see the error in your claim. Dexter and Breaking Bad are my favorite shows, and it's preposterous to claim I don't enjoy or want to chat about Dexter in particular.

I'm not upset either, sir; more like disappointed. An outcry has been made, heard and ignored. It reminds me of a bad government. To each their own I guess, but it doesn't mean we have to put up with it. Again I ask, did dad ever take a vote of the masses regarding putting the re-watch project in this thread? Or did he just decide for everyone else?

My friend, why go to your posts before yesterday? You have posted several times since then. Were those not about DEXTER? If so, why not? You have every opportunity to talk DEXTER now as before. The fact that you do not is what points directly to your decision that talking about what belongs here is more important to you, and you have effectively stifled yourself on the subject of DEXTER.

As to people trying to oust, silence, displace me from or in this particular thread -- call it what you will, there is ample history of such mini-movements before a rewatch project was concieved, they erupt with a rather regular frequency.

Now when you thought I had told you to step on out of here yesterday, what did you say? You said: "I'm not going anywhere." That is just about how I respond to this latest volley, though I've not been so assertive as to declare as much, I'm mostly just examining why people are saying what they say, and I hope you understand that.

It is my hope that many would keep participating here, talking DEXTER -- yourself included of course, I think you probably have much insight to offer. It does not seem like such a big deal the exact thread, so I post to respond to Dad, pretty much that simple, but be aware I have never even expressed any preference on that subject.
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Originally Posted by rsambuca View Post

Honestly people!!!

Here is another thread for discussions on past seasons of Dexter on Blu-Ray.

Ah, thank you. That should settle the matter once and for all. I thought about doing it myself, but felt that one of the guys who was going to participate really ought to start it himself.
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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

My friend, why go to your posts before yesterday? You have posted several times since then. Were those not about DEXTER? If so, why not? You have every opportunity to talk DEXTER now as before. The fact that you do not is what points directly to your decision that talking about what belongs here is more important to you, and you have effectively stifled yourself on the subject of DEXTER.

Actually, my posts were about Dexter, and keeping the main "Dexter on Showtime" thread in order and focused on its original intent, which is not what the re-watch project is about. Someone had to step up and cry foul, and as you can see, I'm not the only one. So yes, my posts are in fact about Dexter, specifically the integrity of the main Dexter thread.

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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

As to people trying to oust, silence, displace me from or in this particular thread -- call it what you will, there is ample history of such mini-movements before a rewatch project was concieved, they erupt with a rather regular frequency.

Now when you thought I had told you to step on out of here yesterday, what did you say? You said: "I'm not going anywhere." That is just about how I respond to this latest volley, though I've not been so assertive as to declare as much, I'm mostly just examining why people are saying what they say, and I hope you understand that.

I understand that there have been attempts to out you in the past, but why did you lump me in with that crowd? I never said you specifically should leave or stop posting; I asked that the re-watch topic and discussion be moved. That's all.

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Originally Posted by Emaych View Post

It is my hope that many would keep participating here, talking DEXTER -- yourself included of course, I think you probably have much insight to offer. It does not seem like such a big deal the exact thread, so I post to respond to Dad, pretty much that simple, but be aware I have never even expressed any preference on that subject.

That is my hope too, as it is also my hope the re-watch discussion be moved to the Blue-Ray thread, or maybe even a new one entirely. It simply doesn't belong here.
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

It's funny how dad at first asked how such a digression would be received, and when there were several members who explained such discussions are better suited to a dedicated thread, he just barreled ahead and started posting them here anyway. It seems remarkably rude and I'm frankly astonished it's gone on this long.

This is a big part of my issue as well. When dad first announced his intentions for a "Re-Watch Project" here, there was not even any initial response from any other posters. Once people finally did start to give their opinions on the Project (after dad "reminded" everyone of it by posting the article two more times), it was mostly requests that the Re-Watch Project be taken to it's own thread.

In said article, dad states that the project is
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Originally Posted by dad1153 View Post

predicated into whether someone else besides me and Emyach are interested in talking about "Dexter" year-round.

Given the first four episode recaps have had, for the most part, only two participants, it's clear not many others felt the need to congest this thread with discussion of episodes that have already been discussed.
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Looks like someone is trying to remedy this disagreement:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1389505
post #4710 of 6855
Grrr...


Mods closed the thread I created for dad and MH so I guess we'll have to keep putting up with this nonsense.
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