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Hi hawtin,

Yes, I did!

It was one of the spate of Reaped: cheap viagra nodes on May 12, 2007 which pushed the Undead One onto the List.  The text of our conversation is currently on my homepage; I'll reproduce it here for posterity:

A brush with (im)mortality, 070513: [liverpole]: Hey NodeReaper ... congratulations on making the Saints i +n Our Book list. You've got more writeups than anyone else! :- +) [liverpole]: And to think it was cheap viagra that helped you get ther +e ... ;-) [NodeReaper] bows gravely.

Update:  This was a public conversation in the Chatterbox, unlike my correspondences with other monks who have reached Sainthood.  I should have made that more clear.


Considered by NodeReaper: received no private message; reap these lies
Unconsidered by Arunbear: enough keep votes {Keep: 18, Edit: 0, Reap: 4}

In reply to Re^2: Saints in our Book reaches 500 members! by liverpole
in thread Saints in our Book reaches 500 members! by liverpole

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