Lohoris

Genova, Italy

looris.net

Age: 33

I jump on turtles

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comment What is the symbolism behind the Sauser family crest from Sigriswil, Switzerland?
@CRSouser please keep us updated, if you don't mind ;)
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accepted When you change your Facebook's username, what happens to the old one?
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comment Origin of "You all meet in a tavern..." cliche in fantasy roleplaying games?
The other answers are nice, but I think this is the best: it's so obvious and natural that a tavern would be used for such a role, that poiting out to a single origin doesn't make much sense.
Jan
22
comment How to move forward following an unpleasant situation with colleagues?
Why is this important? Couldn't you just… ignore her? Sure, there might be better ideas, but doesn't this have crossed your mind for some reason?
Jan
21
comment A vassal gained a title and he became independent
With the claim if they are landed they stay your vassal, as long as the new title is lower than yours. They become independent, as you say, only if they were landless, i.e. not your vassal but your courtier. In this case, instead, they de-vassalized and keep those lands for themselves.
Jan
21
comment A vassal gained a title and he became independent
Oh thanks! I assumed it used the same rules of the "claim casus belli", that's why I was surprised! Your explaination is very clear, thanks :)
Jan
21
accepted A vassal gained a title and he became independent
Jan
20
comment Why is it said that judging a paper by citation count is a bad idea?
@CapeCode doesn't seem controversial at all to me. Everyone agrees it's a silly thing to do under any circumstance, from what I've read so far.
Jan
20
comment Why is it said that judging a paper by citation count is a bad idea?
@Moriarty actually it's quite productive. The whole point of having points is to incentivize good post and to deter bad ones.
Jan
20
comment A vassal Republic converted to Duchy, how do I convert it back?
I'll give it a try, thanks!
Jan
20
awarded Caucus
Jan
19
comment Can a salaried employee have their pay docked by the hour?
I don't understand this post. You say you are salaried and not hourly, and then you say they don't pay you for the days you don't work… but that means you are hourly.
Jan
19
comment Can a tweet against me, stating my name be bad for employment in the future?
If your tweet was "i rape childrens lol", and you were applying for a writer position, than it might be bad. Because of the grammar errors.
Jan
19
comment What obligations do I have when faced with a promotion opportunity that I don't necessarily want?
This does not make any sense, why are (where) you even asking? "You are the best, you'll get a promotion, which actually means you'll get a paycut"… wat? Does not compute. The only sane answer is "Obviously not, are you insane?".
Jan
19
comment How to reply in a professional manner to emails that I am the wrong recipient for?
How is this even a question? Next time people are going to ask how can they politely and professionally go to the bathroom? Come on…
Jan
19
comment Why is it said that judging a paper by citation count is a bad idea?
Why does this have at least 13 upvotes? It looks to me as a silly question… not worth closing, sure, and deserving a good answer (which it has), but upvoting?
Jan
19
comment Is chain mail expensive?
@Mark your comment contradicts everything else, since they all claim that creating plate is quite difficult.
Jan
18
awarded Yearling
Jan
18
awarded Yearling
Jan
18
asked What's the pro of creating a theocracy?
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