The imfamous "Lost Weekend."<br>That probably more than anything changed the forums at MC.<br>What irritated me was "Lost Weekend" didn't hurt anyone because it was a weekend and no one was visiting the forum.<br>I am not sure who the culprits were but I think it was you, Alec, Marg (I know it was Marg), and Carp.<br><br>
i didn't enjoy the lost weekend. then again, i don't enjoy any of the post padding-type discussions. that weekend took it to a whole new level. <br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
Yes, but it didn't hurt anything, Sean.<br>It was a weekend and it was boring and nobody was visiting so they just took off with it and they had fun.<br>I used to be one of the top posters over at MC.<br>I only have 300 posts here and just double digit posts at MC since they changed the forums.<br>I doesn't matter to me how many posts anyone has.<br>There wouldn't be enough "Lost Weekends" in my lifetime to catch up to some of these people nor do I want to. <br><br>
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