Lori Lancaster | October 22, 2004
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Amy Austin | October 22, 2004
You know, this gave me another thought... perhaps it would be easier not to be mean if we were always looking at our child selves on the avatars??? I understand that maybe this wasn't your intended line of thinking (or perhaps it was?), but it was just a thought I had in light of Scott's rant about bad behavior. Then again... kids can be some of the meanest little bastards... I know *I* have some traumatic memories of being bullied by older kids.

Anna Gregoline | October 22, 2004
I would hope it would be easy to not be mean if we were looking at pictures of our regular selves - but of course you're just a question mark right now....Scott, fix it!

Amy Austin | October 22, 2004
(smile) It was just a thought/observation.

Anna Gregoline | October 22, 2004
As was mine. Isn't that everything we post here?

Scott Horowitz | October 22, 2004
How about we use caricatures of ourselves? Wait, that would probably incite more insulting.

Amy Austin | October 22, 2004
I guess so, Anna -- I just think it's just hard sometimes not to feel a certain tone of admonishment from your observations... maybe it's just me. I know that I don't always come off exactly the way I intend to at times -- but only because so many people have pointed it out to me.

Scott Hardie | October 22, 2004
Maybe little tiny question marks for Todd and Amy.

Only two submissions so far. Send some in and I'll post them anonymously, letting you guess who each child is.

Then again, I wouldn't be surprised if most of the authors here couldn't get childhood photos without visiting their parents. I have them only from age fifteen up, myself, not counting junior-high yearbooks packed away somewhere.

Anna Gregoline | October 23, 2004
I have some but I can't get them scanned.

Kris Weberg | October 23, 2004
I was never a child.

Erik Bates | October 23, 2004
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Scott Hardie | October 23, 2004
Well, it's not like there's any photographic evidence that he was.

Kris Weberg | October 23, 2004
That's right! You can't prove a thing! Mu-ha-ha-haaa!

Lori Lancaster | October 23, 2004
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Amy Austin | October 23, 2004
I believe it.
;D

Scott Hardie | October 24, 2004
There have been only two submissions so far, and neither is hard to recognize at all, so I'm not going to bother asking for guesses.
Lori Lancaster:



Erik Bates:



I'll get some of myself later this week.

Kris Weberg | October 24, 2004
Say, there's a good question -- overall, is being a little kid more or less fulfilling than being an adult?

Scott Hardie | October 24, 2004
Well, evidently, you care less about what you wear at that age.

Lori Lancaster | October 25, 2004
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Lori Lancaster | October 25, 2004
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Erik Bates | October 25, 2004
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