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  Reply # 173096 23-Oct-2008 16:10
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tonyhughes:
coffeebaron: Be careful what you says guys, I'm sure Nate the new moderator is very keen to inflict his first ban :)

That would be considered volunteering around here I think LOL

Ah, but I owe Nate lunch if he ever makes it out West, so I think I might be safe Cool




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  Reply # 175820 4-Nov-2008 18:56
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