what does "AK" mean

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Ωωεη G, Mar 7, 2012.

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  1. VinylRob

    VinylRob Vinylphile

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    are we a place where someones audio dogma shouldn't trample our Audio Karma?!

    Happy Listening! :beatnik:
  2. onemug

    onemug AK Subscriber Subscriber

    "Dogma is the established belief or doctrine held by a religion, or a particular group or organization.[1] It is authoritative and not to be disputed, doubted, or diverged from, by the practitioners or believers." (from wikipedia)

    That sort of describes some of the peeps at other audio websites, especially the "not to be disputed, doubted, or diverged from" part, as in: "This is the way xyz is and if you don't agree with me you are a weenie".

    I applaud our Administrator and Moderators for keeping things in line here.
  3. Negotiableterms

    Negotiableterms Administrator Staff Member Admin

    See? There really is a first time for everything! :D
  4. TerryO

    TerryO New Member

    Here's another take on "Dogma" which offers a bit more of an informed opinion than Wikipedia:

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    Last edited: Mar 23, 2012
  5. stereofanboy

    stereofanboy Member

    Thinking Out Loud is somewhat of a misnomer that can suck you in if you don't read the rules. http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=97523

    Actually, I think that a forum with a name like Thinking Out Loud should be the perfect place for questions like that of the OP.

    AK stands for AudioKarma.
  6. 45rpm

    45rpm Cassette Nut

    Not very hard, clearly.
  7. cubdog

    cubdog banging through drywall Subscriber

    Owen has been MIA for 16 days. I hope he is spending his time wisely. We need more deep thinkers like the G man.

  8. diamondsouled

    diamondsouled Recycle belly button lint! Subscriber

    Mmmmmm. And I thought AK stood for Awful Kibbles. :D
  9. bluesky

    bluesky Member

    AK: All Kewl
  10. rnorton

    rnorton Member

    The correct transliteration from Russian is Kalashnikov. In this context, AK stands for Avtomat Kalashnikova or Kalishnikov's Automatic. His first name is Mikhail, not Aleksander.

    The AK-47 is, without a doubt, the most dependable firearm ever made. The Russian military replaced it with the AK-74 in 1974.
  11. JesusChrysler

    JesusChrysler ...drives a Dodge ; )

  12. Negotiableterms

    Negotiableterms Administrator Staff Member Admin

    I think this question has been more than answered...
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