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Am I the best secret moderator around or what!!!

Postby Lando » 3/2/2004, 11:20 pm

I know you all agree.
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Postby Long Jonny » 3/2/2004, 11:35 pm

Lando, I will hunt down whoever said you were crappy like poop.
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Postby I AM ME » 3/2/2004, 11:40 pm

actually i would say your the worst "secret" mod around. But considering your the father of all that is CM we'll let it slide.

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Postby xoNoDoubt69 » 3/2/2004, 11:45 pm

:lol:
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Postby trentm32 » 3/3/2004, 12:46 pm

*bows to Lando*

so Lando's like the CM's Moses? right?
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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Postby Henrietta » 3/3/2004, 2:06 pm

LMAO. So Lando, what are the ten commandments?
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Postby trentm32 » 3/3/2004, 3:22 pm

*bows to the power of Lando's massive, unruly Moses-esque beard*
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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Postby closeyoureyes » 3/3/2004, 4:33 pm

as long as we're on the topic of things moses could do, moses could spread water so people could walk through. What are you good at spreading? :lol: :lol: ;)
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Postby Johnny » 3/3/2004, 4:43 pm

I got a few ideas...
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Postby Random Name » 3/3/2004, 4:45 pm

Its funny cause I was going to mention how Moses had a really big ...staff. :lol:
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Postby Lando » 3/3/2004, 6:55 pm

I guess I'm not so secret anymore.... touche (with the accent aigu!) but i dont know to make one on this kinda computer...
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Postby Lando » 3/3/2004, 6:56 pm

NINE SAID I WAS CRAPPY LIKE POOP!?!?!?

WTF!

Well, 8, not including me! But still!!
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Postby Johnny » 3/3/2004, 7:35 pm

Settle down dude. We all love ya
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Postby Joe Cooler » 3/3/2004, 7:36 pm

I dont. No im kidding.
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Postby faninor » 3/3/2004, 8:27 pm

Lando wrote:I guess I'm not so secret anymore.... touche (with the accent aigu!) but i dont know to make one on this kinda computer...

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Postby Lando » 3/3/2004, 11:09 pm

no no not on a mac! i know the ascii codes or whatever for PC
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Postby trentm32 » 3/4/2004, 9:29 pm

I haven't the foggiest idea what the hell you two are talking about.
"When looking up there, I just felt whole, like I belonged. Like one day I too would shine my most brilliant. Sitting there also made me think about sitting through services at my little country church back home. About that never-changing congregation of the same sixty-seven people and everyone has known you since before you were born. Now, out here in the real world, everything just seemed more vivid than when I used to sit in that little pew. That pew that was now so, so far away from where I was. I feared I had somehow left God behind there, too. I feared he was somehow just sitting there, saving my seat on the fifth pew from the front row, just waiting on me to come back. I left so quickly, I worried that he may not have noticed I was gone. And, now, I’m just too far away to find. So he’s just sitting there, patiently waiting on me to come back. I closed my eyes and prayed a moment. I hoped more than anything that he could still hear me." -an excerpt from my novella, A Sea of Fallen Leaves.

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Postby Long Jonny » 3/4/2004, 9:32 pm

if ur writing a french paper or other languages, u might need the stupid accents. i fricking hate them.
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Postby nikki4982 » 3/4/2004, 10:29 pm

Hey hey, no dissing the accents. :mad: *hugs middle name*
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Postby xjsb125 » 3/4/2004, 11:28 pm

Reenee!
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