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So what popped this thread to the top of the heap like a dead body underwater that gathers enough gas to surface? When I first saw it floating around there were no new posts. Did someone post then delete? <br><br>Madness takes its toll. Please have exact change.
MM thread bumping was always my pet peeeve about this forum.<br><br>I could easily go back to the back pages and post --then zing the dead has risen again like this thread. If the Lurker thread was not locked I could bring that back again.<br><br>Thread bumping is great for "dead forums" Try and imagine this feature over at MC ----F___king drive you Nuts.<br><br>
Hey Ruben... did you happen to notice the date on my post above? It was made back in April. I WAS a regular then... now I'm highly irregular! <br><br>However, I wish to retract my statement from above. I have gotten used to having threads with new responses pop up to the top and I like it. Not sure if it would work out too well on a busier forum, but here it's nice.<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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