Poll: Greatest Chopin Moments

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Chopin, May 12, 2013.

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What is the Greatest Chopin Era Ever?

  1. The Formative Years: The Chopin and Cyborg Five Setter

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  2. A Rising Star: The "Young Historian" Era

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  3. A Clash of Titans: Chopin and Datacipher Duel

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    20.0%
  4. The Legend: The Club Chopin Era (And Beyond)

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    60.0%
  1. Chopin

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    Gentlemen,

    Let's get the party started.

    Best,
    Chopin
     
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  2. Mike Bulgakov

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    Greatest Chopin Moments:

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  3. Sentinel

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    I was just thinking of Chopin (the poaster) the other day and wondering when he would return. Well, whaddyouknow ?
     
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  4. r2473

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    Chopin's torrid love affair with Tina was my favorite.
     
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  5. SystemicAnomaly

    SystemicAnomaly G.O.A.T.

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    The following highlights Chopin's greatest moments in his torrid love affair with novelist, George "Georgie" Sand.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f0633R-X2Q
     
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  6. Sentinel

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    I remember when Dedan's schooled Chops last year. That was the best, in my humblest opinion :)
     
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  7. Sentinel

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    Dear God, what is it like in Chopin's funny little brain? It must be so boring.
     
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  8. stringertom

    stringertom G.O.A.T.

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    Chopin, like everyone else, peaked when slapped on the fanny by the delivering obstetrician. It's all downhill from then!
     
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  9. dParis

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    How could everyone forget Club Chopin? Really, tell me how you forgot because, apparently, everybody has. I know some of you are newer members, but...

    Wait a minute... Never mind; I thought this was a thread about Enlightened Coelacanth.

    Who is this "Chopin" character? :confused:
     
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  10. Sentinel

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    You maybe confusing Frederic Chopin with Francis Bacon.
     
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  11. Chopin

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    A clean sweep of the polls thus far! Carry on, gentlemen.
     
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  12. Fifth Set

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    LOL, I love how every thread with the slightest hint of politics or religion quickly gets deleted in its entirety, yet this troll keeps running on and on and on and on...
     
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  13. Chopin

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    I'm not a troll. And it sounds like someone is bitter he got rejected from Club Chopin.
     
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  14. Chopin

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    Anyways, gentlemen. In case there was any doubt, I'm back, baby.
     
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  15. rainingaces

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    The egomaniac polls era has just begun.

    We need more of your historian threads they were always good for a laugh because if your not a troll you are pretty clueless. :)
     
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  16. arche3

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    Who is this guy?
     
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  17. Chopin

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    Ah, I do have a clue of how to spell "you're" though.

    I also probably play tennis better than/know more about tennis than 90% of posters here. The bottom line is that the player's today are better athletes than they were during Laver's day.
     
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  18. rainingaces

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    I did know and you are predictable. Go play some Beethoven or something, we don't deserve your wisdom smart arse.
     
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  19. Chopin

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    What's your chess rating?
     
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  20. Sumo

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    What do you set your din at?
     
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  21. rainingaces

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    I'm not good at chess, I play very rarely. If I played you I would use the hippo, Lol. I hear you're good. I play on chess.com sometimes if you want a game.
     
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  22. Sentinel

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  23. Chopin

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    It's settled, then. Let's set up a date and time.
     
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  24. Chopin

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  25. Sentinel

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    Yes, very few have the privilege of being schooled by Dedans. You have every right to be proud.
     
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  26. Chopin

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    Oh goodness, you're clueless. Let's see the thread, wise guy.
     
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  27. Chopin

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    I've been described as a "dreamer in strange places."
     
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  28. accidental

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    What happened to that datacipher guy?

    This current era of posters seems somewhat weak. I'm interested to see how Chopin transitions
     
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  29. dParis

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    Sure.

    Just remember to use appropriate protection, Choppy.
     
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  30. Chopin

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    Ah, accidental, excellent to hear from you.

    This is indeed a very different era I find myself in. I know many are watching the Club with great interest indeed. I assure you that I have some excellent threads planned.

    Be well.

    All best,
    Chopin
     
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