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Topic # 8065 31-May-2006 21:39
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Never heard of this site until today... This is an example of a post:

http://grouphug.us/confessions/759120319

Warning: while this post seems to be related to New Zealand and a local broadband service, other posts on that site may offend. Discretion is advised.





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Reply # 37358 31-May-2006 21:58
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LOL I could imagine that would be true. How do you ever find all these things??









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Reply # 37360 31-May-2006 22:03
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Goobers... Full of non-PC jokes, videos and other stuff. It may be NSFW depending on some companies' policies. It started on Gen-i, and after TNZ takeover it went underground. Now it's public, but as I said high traffic and highly NSFW.





 
 
 
 


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Reply # 37361 31-May-2006 22:09
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Reply # 37364 31-May-2006 22:11
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Yes, the list is still active, but the site crashed a few weeks ago... I will ask around...





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Reply # 37366 31-May-2006 22:26
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I didn't know you'd read the stuff on Grouphug, a lot of the content is... stuff that you wouldn't want to show off.




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Reply # 37375 31-May-2006 22:49
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I got that link in a distribution list, and grouphug doesn't look like a site I will visit again and again...





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