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Didn't realize WTR was banned...an Appreciation Thread
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RE: Didn't realize WTR was banned...an Appreciation Thread
(12-10-2012 02:35 PM)ARandomHerdFan Wrote:  This thread is excellent.

absolutely... its either "when keeping it real goes wrong", or taking the internet way too seriously or just a little of both. If a stupid net beef really gets to the point of where parties really want to fist fight, then its really time for everyone to step away from the computer and reevaluate their lives. Real sh*t.
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people need to wake up
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RE: Didn't realize WTR was banned...an Appreciation Thread
HR_Poke

Leave the f*ckery that's on the MWC board on that board.

ayo, could you enable your PM. I'd like to reply to the PM that you sent.
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