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I find it strange that you feel that way. Looking through your writeups, I see:

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I don't know, but that site of yours isn't too bad. That chat room is kinda crappy, though!

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I don't know, but would love to know how too... The Games Page--Under Construction

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Sorry, it just can't be done. (I suppose you got that from all the other messages, huh?)
If there is a way, I'd love to see it!

So it seems to me that out of your 6 (at the moment) replies to any question you did not originally post, a full half of them fall into the "advertisements and cheap things" category. Are you saying that you should "go somewhere else"?

I'm not trying to be harsh, but look to your own posts first.


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