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#78599 4-Mar-2011 22:15
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A few weeks ago I've collected some banhammers around the Internet to give to our moderators for their non-stop work around here:

































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  #445773 5-Mar-2011 12:14
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"BAN HAMMER" is a bit of an oxymoron. The avatars all show hammers of some sort when the words imply that all hammers are banned.

So what will the moderators be hitting us with I wonder?

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  #445993 6-Mar-2011 14:59
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awesome collection :)




gz ftw


 
 
 
 


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  #453451 30-Mar-2011 12:06
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Why not just type YOURE BANNED.



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  #453466 30-Mar-2011 12:53
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Animalmother: Why not just type YOURE BANNED.


Thats boring :)




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  #453550 30-Mar-2011 18:15
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And because it's missing an apostrophe....

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  #453554 30-Mar-2011 18:23
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Animalmother: Why not just type YOURE BANNED.


Also, why yell?

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