I ofcourse was also a MC refugee, but not because I couldn't "keep up" with posts I just don't like the way all new posts go to the top and older posts (even with newer replies) go down the list. There were so many Republican bad, Democrat good posts (Of which I'm neither) that any interesting or fun posts went to page 2 pretty quickly. I just gave up on it. You know what I mean?<br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
[color:red]I found it went well with some fava beans and a nice chianti. </font color=red><br> <br><br> I got an email from Ethel. Basically the same as Sean. I registered and posted a few times and checked in occasionally. Everyone was very nice but things were pretty slow.<br><br><br>I believe this was the 4th post in the lounge or Mac local.<br>http://www.macminute.com/cgi-bin/wwwthre...&vc=1#Post4<br><br>And this is the launch post only 80some views so far.<br>http://www.macminute.com/cgi-bin/wwwthre...&vc=1#Post1<br><br>Then with the mass exodus at MC I came over here and ended up making myself comfy, besides hopping back over there, too from time to time. This is my homepage and first stop.<br><br>[color:blue]Of course he gave a very loud yell, as loud a yell as a hobbit can give, which is surprising for their size.</font color=blue>
I got to know about a lot of you via MC late 2001. I read about Macgizmo, Kate Sorenson, Carp and others. I was a bit too shy to join up so I just lurked. I joined MC in 03/2002 and I got my first PM from Missisauga. He had taken my avatar and cleaned it up for me and made it really nice, and welcomed me! Everyone was nice to me, and they still are.<br><br>I heard about MM from MacGizmo and decided to check it out. By 05/2002 I had signed up here. I don't post too often but I stop by almost every day. It is like a small town square where everyone meets now and then. I still also go to MC, but it feels like the big city when I go there. I like reading Akulas posts as well some of the others. But MM feels like home!<br><br>
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