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Author: Felix_Arabia
Posted: May 05, 2008 (10:15 AM)
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Good review, EmP. I, uh, already told you this.


I don't have to boost my review resume because I have a real resume.


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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: May 05, 2008 (10:17 AM)
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Thanks! I plan to completly plaster my name all over the staff reviews this week.

And none of the titles will add a scrap to my Alpha Marathon score. Boo!


For us. For them. For you.


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Author: wolfqueen001
Posted: May 05, 2008 (01:58 PM)
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Didn't this event (the one that occurred in real life) happen near Lake Bakkal (sp) or something? I think I remember seeing something on the History Channel about it... somewwhere.. Pretty nuts, though.

Anyway, review's still good, even if I didn't like it probably as much as Felix did.


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