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• Posted by Timmy B.
• Date: Friday, July 28, 2006, at 10:07 a.m.
• IP Address: mobile-166-172-184-049.mycingular.net
• In Response to: It was you! You were "xiaoqiang"! (Nick)


> You were xiaoqiang all along?

No I don't know who xiaoqiang is... I was someone to the effect of "Mothmillian" who made a post once to the effect of:

"I I on the stars of there every morning a where the in in of every afterloo whenceupon here in the strash dank dank dank whereabouts nilly-wander blessing of blessings and all the starry wonders of the night where I I!"

It was mostly ignored but I enjoyed confusing people with it.

I tried to look for it in the archives but it was either deleted or I posted it under a name only very similar to "Mothmillian"--I tried a couple possibilities but came up with nothing. If you're interested (for some strange reason) in finding it, I'd recommend trying different spellings of "Mothmillian" ranging from the spelling I've tried to "Mathmolean", if you get my drift--memory is a strange, twisted organism that distorts the past.

I only come and go from here; the last time I posted was probably about a year ago. So, I, unfortuately missed out on this "xiaoqiang"... I'll check the archives for them, though.

> If you're worried about people using your name to screw with you
> (accepting that maybe you weren't drunk or stoned this morning), you need
> to create a profile at this board. It might be useless though since
> Clemmensen is trashing this board soon for a new one.

Ahh... I thought a password was enough... I had a profile for a while but then deleted it. Thanks for the info--I'll put a profile back up right away.

Tim



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