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    >>the only person this board really needs is troll_king, oh boy, that would be something else right about now.

    Oh yeah...*Double posts*

    I guess I don't have anything else to say...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Govtcheez
    I know she did a long time ago
    You mean Prelude is a she

    / Sorry, just haven't seen that in a while
    // Yes, I knew
    /// Oh, and I'm glad Govt is staying too

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    Heh,

    Too new or not, I have over 4 years of C experience, and 1 year of C++ experience. I'm not sure if they are looking for someone who has been here for a while, or looking for someone with a good background of C and C++ experience.

    So far, I have been very helpful and have greatly contributed to this community. I have gained an amount of respect since I've been here. Even if I am not Mod material, I still believe I can make a difference and help to my best ability. I know the lines between help, and hand-out. I know when to take a hint, and stop a discussion.

    All in all, not being egotistical, I like being here. It gives me a chance to help others and greaten my knowledge at the same time. Using discretion and logic, mainly.

    Let's just take a deep breath, and let the existing mods sort it out. I'm sure they have everything under-control.


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    Ok, no campaigning here. I agree. That's not what this thread is for.

    Govt, if you want it reopened, tell me.
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