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Lofty last won the day on April 4 2020

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  1. For better or for worse, this forum is still the de facto central meeting place for The Voyageurs Supporters Group. So it is the right place to have this discussion.
  2. Here is the clause on class of member (copied from above). Why does the Voyageurs Corp. need non-voting members? And who knew they had non-voting members? ~~~ Subject to the articles, there shall be two classes of members in the Corporation, namely, Class A members and Class B members. The board of directors of the Corporation may, by resolution, approve the admission of the members of the Corporation. Members may also be admitted in such other manner as may be prescribed by the board by resolution. The following conditions of membership shall apply: Class A Members a. Clas
  3. I'll end my comments here on all phrases containing the name of a large country in Asia because I'm pretty sure I've already covered it above. However, the direction of the Voyageurs Supporters Group is still very much open for debate.
  4. And the delicious irony in all my posts being deleted is now he will never know! I can't resist giving him a clue though: where do QPR play?
  5. I have no idea whether this is true and I don't much care because I don't let those people dictate to me what words I use. I do know that the Chinese Communist Party has been trying very hard to suppress the use of that term and I don't let them dictate to me either. Hence I will use it if I feel like it and without any racial intent (China is a PLACE).
  6. Nice strawman! I don't use the N-word! As for "Chinese finger trap": not racist. "English pub", "Spanish Flu", "Chinese you-know-what": also not racist. As for the old "embarrassing yourself" ploy: what a sad little cliche! 😂
  7. The only way for hackers to get your password is if the website stores it as "plaintext". Best practice is to store it as "ciphertext": you enter your password, the software encrypts it on the fly and then stores the ENCRYPTED text (ciphertext) in the database. When you login, the software encrypts your password and compares the result to the ciphertext stored in the datadase: if they match, you are in. So, the plaintext password is not stored anywhere and it is not possible to recover it from the ciphertext because the ciphertext is created using what is called a "one way function". So,
  8. You do know ghat China is a PLACE, right? And that given the conext, that phrase clearly refers to the PLACE, not the race? Just checking because you seem confused.
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