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kewp,I got the idea about this "last-post game" from http://my.opera.com/forums/showthrea...threadid=23427 .The thread started on july 2nd,and still continues...so dont tell me that what i had posted is something worth an outster from this forum.You may be the great_mod,capable of banning anyone you dont like,but listen,I am going to live in this world even if I am banned from entering this site.And i can rejoin this site under another name.So,I dont fear your "under gun point" intimidation.fine??As if......I had posted some "great" vulgarity.........Or something the members "hate"...........................
AGAIN,dear kewp,WHAT MADE YOU THINK THAT I AM WORTH A BAN FROM THIS SITE?????
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