Acting Like Hitler

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    theredshoes

    Acting With Hitler In 9 Simple Stages. Thinking of becoming an insane, vegetarian, fascist dictator or just playing one in a a movie? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In just NEIN! steps, I, Adolf Hitler, will guide you through the necessary dramaturgical poses necessary to achieve your goal. Pose 1 – Holding an imaginary cigar. I don’t like holding real cigars. They remind me of Churchill…Churchill with his brandy and his cigars and his rotten painting! I was a painter! An entire apartment in ONE afternoon! TWO coats! Pose 2 – Pull my finger… Pose 3 – Cupping… Read more »

    theredshoes

    🙁 Too many ‘necessaries’. How do you edit on MCS? Meanwhile –

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgontSmBwv4

    notspamming

    [quote]How do you edit on MCS?[/quote]
    You can’t, because “godly powers”, are only for gods, like Tiki.

    tiki god

    WP by default doesn’t permit for comment editing by anyone other than an admin, and the last couple plugins I tried were letting people editing things that weren’t their own comments, which is bad

    theredshoes

    Fair enough tiki.

    notspamming

    As I’ve demonstrated sometime ago, still can.

    tiki god

    you can still edit other people’s comments?

    notspamming

    Only in posts that awaits publication (those that have a publication date already assigned).
    Or at least could, when Coon helped me perform that test.
    If some “standard” mcs+ user would comment in one of my awaiting post, we could test it again:
    www.myconfinedspace.com/2015/04/17/internet-on-a-disc/
    www.myconfinedspace.com/2015/04/17/proper-work-management/
    www.myconfinedspace.com/2015/04/17/pikachu-used-flash/

    tiki god

    comments aren’t enabled on future posts at this time, it was something that I had to hack in, and it was removed everytime WP upgraded, so that might have been the problem back in the day