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    I've never met anyone from the boards

    Then again, I haven't been out of my room for five years...hmm
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    Well, haven't met anyone on the board, but thats simply because there is hardly anyone from my country here..and even if there was anyone, India itself is so huge that i wont have a chance to meet the fellow..unless ofcourse he takes the trouble to come and peep in through the windows
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaWiB
    Then again, I haven't been out of my room for five years...hmm
    That is really bad...
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    Then there's Maxorator... I don't think he's 14, Period. He can show me his ID card and I'll call him a liar too. That's it. I admire his apparent maturity. Even if not always we have shared the same opinions, I grown to respect this kid... adult... whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PING
    You mean, the webmaster is well...hmm...a human ??
    That's a complicated question.
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    > That's a complicated question.

    People have died for much less.
    The programmer’s wife tells him: “Run to the store and pick up a loaf of bread. If they have eggs, get a dozen.”
    The programmer comes home with 12 loaves of bread.


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    That's a complicated question.
    lol, yes i guess so..i always used to picture the webmaster as some android
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    He has a name...it's somewhere on the site, I just forget where.
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    Silence is better than unmeaning words

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    Quote Originally Posted by kermi3
    I met the webmaster once.
    Liar.

    I called the webmaster once. He sounded scared

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxorator
    The world is way too big... I assume noone of you have visited Estonia
    I nearly did in the summer. I know two women from Estonia who live here in Austria. When one of them married, they did so in Estonia, and a few of our group went there. I hadn't been with the group long enough, though.

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    Maybe it's just me, but I always imagined CornedBee as a little brown kitten with a cute little red ribbon around his neck. ... I'm not sure why, but that's how I see him.
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    I imagine Sly as the cool milk carton from the Blur video, but then I look at that sig and I get all confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlyMaelstrom
    Maybe it's just me, but I always imagined CornedBee as a little brown kitten with a cute little red ribbon around his neck. ... I'm not sure why, but that's how I see him.
    Perhaps you're colour-blind?
    (The kitten is Berlioz from Aristocats. It's supposed to be dark gray.)
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    Lol yea I saw that film ages ago, Baloo the bear voiced a kitten too.
    (Or the same voice actor. Good storyline. One of Disenys better films
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    He has a name...it's somewhere on the site, I just forget where.
    I think it's Alex. Katrina Aftermath: Woeful Incompetence (rant).

    Sorry if that was supposed to be a secret.
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