Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by The Sandman, Oct 7, 2011.
We've just published a new interview with Jake Bunce.
Jake Rules !
Awesome interview !
Yes he does!
Nooooooooo. I don't want to play! Get it away from me!
Jake really means it when he says he loves helping people with their website. And he loves SQL queries
My own experience getting help from him is just one small example.
Excellent interview, Jake. Thanks for the nice comments!
Jake: I'm not playing either.
Jake, too bad no one wants you to build that house...no way I could live in such a tiny space but I admire the attitude.
You'd need more square feet than that just for the big brimmed hat !
And I will say what Kier said...
Good interview, and thank you for the comments.
And the help you give is greatly appreciated
You know you've done it right when a 9-year vBulletin employee basically spells out XenForo-is-the-best.
Great interview Jake.
I really enjoyed reading that interview. Very refreshing views.
Yes, good interview.
Reminded me to login - and I got a notification about an old thread/post from almost one year ago:
Very good interview indeed.
I liked this question in particular: "Aren't the European countries more "communal"? They aren't faring very well either." My response following Jake's comments would actually be that one of the main problems in Europe at the moment comes from the financial predicament of Greece (and other countries with similar problems). One could argue that this is also the result of individuals who only cared about their personal interests instead of that of the group. The Greeks wanted early retirement and big government spending for themselves, they didn't think about to what this would eventually lead for the group. Greece became part of the EU based on false data. Now this has big consequences for the group (Europe). The message is clear: human societies can't survive if individuals in that society are only thinking about their personal interests. So I couldn't agree more with this point.
Thanks for doing the interview The Sandman.
I like it! Nice interview, thanks Jake and thanks Howard
Excellent interview, Jake--you're very well-spoken and your hard work around here is certainly appreciated. Thanks for reposting over here, Howard!
I like this comment the most:
I think I speak on the behalf of others here: Your time, your immense amount of time here at xenForo is highly appreciated!
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You seem noble, humble, and to some degree: Shy from ...hm. How should I say this...
...higher brass jobs? Uh... manager level jobs? I don't know the word or title...
"I don't have a paying job if that's what you mean."
I've heard so much about this man, I think is a good idea to have him as a staff in XenForo. He definitely knows the answer
Wouldn't that lead to another law suit?
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