I'm not saying everyone got along all the time, but even those who didn't, didn't make a big deal out of it.<br><br>Many people liked DaddyMac. Everyone has their opinions, but he's just one of many we don't see any more. <br>There was less nastyness back then.<br><br>To me, the death blow was the delay in creating the politcal forum. The fighting got way out of hand and there were body parts all over the lounge. But that's how I see it.<br><br>For what ever reason, MM has pretty much had it. It's that old pair of pants that you keep in the closet but don't wear any more and can't bring yourself to throw away. <br><br>
Well, I think I heard that DaddyMac was having gender issues, and he/she/whatever finally got the final operation he/she/it had been waiting for... now that a donor was found. Wherever you are, Daddy/Mommy/It-Mac, keep hope alive!! [sniff]<br><br>
But this is exacly the kind of attitude that has pushed out or run off many people that were a part of this forum. <br><br>It wasn't always like this. People didn't get along, but nobody beat up on anyone.<br><br>
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