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« Reply #20: July 29, 2008, 01:54:18 pm »

We've had a couple I believe.  But trust me - there was a time when we constantly had these awful posters.  On Delphi it seemed like there was a constant stream of insanity.

Even on the Beehive forums (I didn't join until '05) it seemed like we had at least a halfway decent flounce every week or so, and, of course, Tony was headache-inducingly present with his Atlantean Dolphin Master-inspired "wisdom."

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