Good old FD

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    Good old FD

    To all those former FD people,

    Hey you better get your a$$es back there That place is so damn lonely, Rick even approved my registration

    Your greatest foe is back. So... how 'bout some cake?

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    Rick has made it very clear that he does not want the majority of us back.
    Let us respect that delusion.

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    This thread is pointless and a troll. Discussions about FD have been made on numerous threads. If people would like to continue discussing it I suggest they go to www.entropysink.com or flashdaddee.com .

    If someone sees a point to having this thread openned, PM or IM me and I'll reopen it.
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