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Several lurkers/posters here have reported that to access the GayTorrents site you need an invite. I have been asked to send some invites, which I have tried to accommodate.

 

This invite process is new to me, and I find that we who are already "blessed" are granted some number (looks like only a handful, i.e., maybe a half dozen per month). I am happy to use my allotted invites for members here so long as they last, but it seems like others who are already "blessed" need to also do so. So, if you're willing to include others here in the loop, please stand up. }(

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Not to dog you or anything, but I hate you.....Kidding.

 

No, thought I would chime in here since one of the people asking you for an invite is a friend of mine. I would have sent one for him except I never realized I needed to save the shortcuts downloaded from the torrents site. As a result, when I was finished downloading, I deleted the shortcuts and then watched my ratio drop to below minimum so am no longer able to generate an invite.

I have since reloaded the shortcuts and am now watching my ratio increase so I will soon be able to send out some invites.

I will also note that when I joined the torrent site (as a result of your post to the other thread) I did not need an invite. I simply used the hyperlink you posted and it was fine. Guess maybe the invite thing is new.

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Hey JH --

 

Yeah, I am confused by the process also. However I'm sure we'll all learn - just about the time file-sharing gets disabled. x(

 

P.S. As long as you hate me for the right reasons, it's cool. }(

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>P.S. As long as you hate me for the right reasons, it's cool.

> }(

My hatred is always PURE.

But, I wanted to ask you a question since finding answers on that message center seems hard for me.

I finally figured out how to make a torrent and it's all "hashed" and parked in a folder on my computer. Now what do I do. Has it already been uploaded to limewire or wherever?

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No. Once you've completed the torrent file, you'll have to upload it to the site and it's tracker before others can access it. Most sites have pretty good instructions on how to do that, but if you're having problems let me know and I'll see if I can help.

 

Alan

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Since when has the term "invite" become a noun? I've heard folks use it orally as well as write, and would like to announce that the proper term to use is I N V I T A T I O N. "I have five I N V I T A T I O N S left!"

 

When I receive additional I N V I T A T I O N S-- I'll I N V I T E you to join the porn site!

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>Since when has the term "invite" become a noun?

>I've heard folks use it orally as well as write, and would

>like to announce that the proper term to use is I N V I T A T

>I O N. "I have five I N V I T A T I O N S left!"

>

>When I receive additional I N V I T A T I O N S-- I'll I N V I

>T E you to join the porn site!

>

>

 

I'll refer you to http://www.dictionary.com

invite:

–verb (used with object)

1. to request the presence or participation of in a kindly, courteous, or complimentary way, esp. to request to come or go to some place, gathering, entertainment, etc., or to do something: to invite friends to dinner.

2. to request politely or formally: to invite donations.

3. to act so as to bring on or render probable: to invite accidents by fast driving.

4. to call forth or give occasion for: Those big shoes invite laughter.

5. to attract, allure, entice, or tempt.

–verb (used without object)

6. to give invitation; offer attractions or allurements.

–noun

7.Informal. an invitation.

 

Language changes all the time so I'll cordially invite you to pull your head out of your arse now! }(

 

Cheers,

Alan

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Hi all.

 

I have 5 invitations available for joining the Gaytorrents site. Let me know if you would like me to send you one. First come first serve.

 

thanks

rendie

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>>Since when has the term "invite" become a noun?

>

>>I've heard folks use it orally as well as write, and

>would

>>like to announce that the proper term to use is I N V I T

>A T

>>I O N. "I have five I N V I T A T I O N S

>left!"

>>

>>When I receive additional I N V I T A T I O N S-- I'll I N

>V I

>>T E you to join the porn site!

>>

>>

>

>I'll refer you to http://www.dictionary.com

>invite:

>–verb (used with object)

>1. to request the presence or participation of in a kindly,

>courteous, or complimentary way, esp. to request to come or go

>to some place, gathering, entertainment, etc., or to do

>something: to invite friends to dinner.

>2. to request politely or formally: to invite donations.

>3. to act so as to bring on or render probable: to invite

>accidents by fast driving.

>4. to call forth or give occasion for: Those big shoes invite

>laughter.

>5. to attract, allure, entice, or tempt.

>–verb (used without object)

>6. to give invitation; offer attractions or allurements.

>–noun

>7.Informal. an invitation.

>

>Language changes all the time so I'll cordially invite you to

>pull your head out of your arse now! }(

>

>Cheers,

>Alan

 

 

As an educator in the English language-- I am quite cognizant that "language changes all the time," but correctly! When did the word "invite" become a noun?

 

Knowledgeable individuals will not resort to misusing based on "arbitrary" change which is provoked through one's misuse.

 

And, no, "deary," I shall not do as you so rudely wrote in your concluding your thread.

 

I will not discuss this matter on a tit-for-tat basis but did want to let you know that you are still inaccurate.

 

INVITATION is a noun-- its suffix has a distinct meaning, and when changing "invite," a verb, a word of action to a noun, one adds that particular suffix! ENOUGH SAID.....!!!!

:-)

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You ask when the word invite became a noun, my answer is when it's recognized as such by a dictionary...

 

Yes, the usage of the word as noun is noted as being informal - this is a message board after all; it's not like I was sending out gold-engraved 'invites' to a Wedding or other formal occasion. Moreover, it's hardly the first time a shorter word has been substituted for a longer one.

 

As your response clearly shows lamentable tendencies of overly pedantic and close-minded thinking (all to common in some educators, I'm afraid), I still think pulling your head out of your arse might improve your view of things!

 

Regards,

 

Alan

 

PS - I pity your students, but please note - I'm not one of them...

 

PPS - I especially dislike people who butt into conversations with irrelevant objections to the point at hand and then grandly announce they will not engage in tit-for-tat while assuming they have the right to the last word on the subject. Sound like anyone you know? }(

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They give you five every thirty days I believe.

 

I have two left this month. The only caveat is that it reflects negatively on the "host" if the invitee becomes a leech so perhaps it's best everyone understand the premise behind the site before we start sending them out non-stop.

 

Feel free to message me privately if you need one, if I have any left I'm happy to share.

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>As an educator in the English language-- I am quite cognizant

>that "language changes all the time," but correctly!

>When did the word "invite" become a noun?

 

Probably around the same time that "text" became a verb. Language is changing very quickly these days as our lives get busier and new technologies become popular; people need shorter ways to write things online or on their phones. Also, when usage is common, a formerly incorrect word or phrase becomes acceptable. For example, "I could care less." The grammatically correct phrase is "I couldn't care less" but most poeple say "I could care less" so that has become a correct, admissible alternative. The same thing with "invite" as a noun: many people use it, so we all accept it.

 

>INVITATION is a noun-- its suffix has a distinct meaning, and

>when changing "invite," a verb, a word of action to

>a noun, one adds that particular suffix! ENOUGH SAID.....!!!!

 

Your students must love you. :p

 

(Btw, Axiom, you often use words incorrectly or shorten them, such as "scort" instead of "escort," but nobody wags a disapproving finger at you, because we all get the gist of what you mean. As Rodney King once said, "Can't we all just get along?").

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