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Joseph Raszagal
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Emily Brickenbrackle III
@NLTLF
Howdy, friend! =D

Also, I'd like a large meatlover's supreme with stuffed crust, mushrooms & onions, bell peppers, jalapeno peppers, and three extra garlic dipping sauces on the side. Charge it to the State of Indiana, they owe me.
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TheDog
My Little Pony - 1992 Edition
Wallet After Summer Sale -

DeadPull
@ABronyAccount

I remember when Grudge-Match and CBUB were active. Where you'd vote on who would win a fight/ scenario: Ebenezer Scrooge vs. The Grinch, Mario vs. Sonic, Care Bears vs. Pokemon, Young Justice vs. Naruto.

Such simpler times they were. Just thinking about it makes this ol' howdy spouter sigh wistfully thinking about it.
ABronyAccount
My Little Pony - 1992 Edition
An Artist Who Rocks -
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@Ping_chan
I remember borrowing a book from the school library about making a website in 24 hours, with a new expanded chapter about XHTML! Ah, those howdycyon days when both I and the Web were young, and HTML 4.0 seemed so limitless!