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It's always fun watching you go toe-to-toe (or maybe it's foot-to-ass) with some of those clowns. They love spouting off at the mouth, and then when the facts are laid out in front, they bury themselves some more. Keep up the good work L
3 time POTW
Welcome back friend! Glad this forum is now open to the good guys, lol.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
Was nice to see the board open again. Always some good conversations with you guys and gals here.
Now I can defend my Irish
Wouldn't expect anything less...at least we're dealing with people with IQs above a single digit.
Is that you in your avatar?
He's offline now, but I can tell you, that is not him, lol.
It's a 'he'? Well, good thing that's cleared up before it went too far haha.
Sorry Adamson. And thanks for not going any further
Holy crap....what a cesspool.
Are you required to have a criminal record or be a semi-functioning illiterate to post there?
Well, as I pointed out on that thread..one can be "barely literate", hence they are able to type words on the forum..but they are just this close  to illiteracy.
They're an entertaining bunch of neanderthals, I'll give them that...like reading an intellectual train wreck, lol.
So, what's the process here if I wanted to effectively introduce myself?
- Do we simply use big words, stats and heritage?
- Or, is it much easier to just swear, post inbred photos and tell Momma jokes?
Obviously, I'm very concerned and want to make a good impression.
Just be your usual witty way you are. It's kind of like doing the Hokey Pokey...you put your left foot in, you take your left foot out.
The Blue Board is a strange place.
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