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Old 07-26-2008, 09:48 PM   #1
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Whatever happened to...?

I thought there was a sticky thread on this subject but couldn't find it. I just realized that Justin is no longer here. Joined in 2005 and had over 4,000 posts but the last one was on 11/12/2007 about pumpkins.. is this a case of the thieving bastard pumpkins?

Who else has disappeared? I mean without the goodbye post.
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Old 07-27-2008, 09:48 AM   #2
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Old 07-27-2008, 10:21 AM   #3
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Old 07-27-2008, 10:39 AM   #5
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Some maze! I could get out of there in a flash. Well, in an afternoon....
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Who gives a @$^%@#...I have a google news feed. Although it lacks the random enragement and indignity.
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Old 07-27-2008, 06:34 PM   #10
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Two great band names.

So do people with secret identies and alias's reintroduce themselves? "Hi, I'm............er, undercover."
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Two great band names.

So do people with secret identies and alias's reintroduce themselves? "Hi, I'm............er, undercover."
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So, people are not permitted to have more than one identity. When I get tired of "Want2Retire", (like, after I retire), I will ask Janet to change my name or handle or whatever you call it. It would be against the rules to just create a new account.

When that happens, I'll probably put in my signature line, "Formerly Want2retire.
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Not if he comes back...
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So, people are not permitted to have more than one identity. When I get tired of "Want2Retire", (like, after I retire), I will ask Janet to change my name or handle or whatever you call it. It would be against the rules to just create a new account.

When that happens, I'll probably put in my signature line, "Formerly Want2retire.
When my buns have been baked to the firmness of my own very discriminating taste, then please permanently delete my old account BunsofVeal.

Frankly, you can delete it now because I no longer recall what strange password I must have dreamed up in a fog.
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