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• Posted by Austin
• Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2002, at 5:03 a.m.
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• In Response to: Irrelevant. This is the Screwing Marxist Oboe thread. It will not die. (Nate U)

> Once Cemmensen upgrades and these archives become frozen in time, then
> this thread will have to close it's door and be lost forever...However,
> myself, and everyone else should never forget it. This thread is the stuff
> of Scoreboard folklore and legend. My it rest in peace.

> This is a relic from an era bygone...a time in scoreboard history only the
> most eldest' of vetrans remember. One must give respect to these things.

> It's an honor to post on it...YOU should be honored Mr Ross. I am.

Actually, I'm thoroughly sick of it and wish it would just bugger off and leave us all alone. It's not as if I haven't seen it a gajillion times in the past three years.

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