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    Smile Hello world

    Hi there,

    I'm new to this board and just wanted to say hello to everybody Hopefully this is not considered as spam

    read Ya
    cody
    #include "reallife.h"

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    Being that this is a general discussions board.................................. I am going to have to go with no, it isn't spam. Welcome to the group.

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    and an elite group it is

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    Excellent :)

    ... and thnx
    #include "reallife.h"

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    >>Being that this is a general discussions board.................................. I am going to have to go with no, it isn't spam.

    Spam on the GD board?????
    Iíve never heard of such an outrageous idea!!!!

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    go away you nazi

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    Proof

    ... and there we have the proof that stupid spam on GD boards *does* exist ...
    #include "reallife.h"

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    >>go away you nazi

    umm
    we prefer the term 'intellectually challenged' over 'nazi' on this board. Please act accordingly.
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