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Remembering the Site (post a good and bad memory or anything else)

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so i made this thread so that you could talk about the past, both the good and the bad or anything you want.

you can talk about when you joined or something that happened in the past

 

i will start

 

i remember when i joined, i was clueless about how the console war was

 

 



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I remember when I joined, I thought the Wii was horrible, that sales numbers were a joke, and that I would be buying a 360 soon.


I liked the time when every other thread was a sex related one.



Good: GTA IV will kill the wii (looking at some of the meltdowns after the results were out were rather entertaining).

Bad: The Anti-wii week that followed that. New articles every day, with the bingo board being filled every couple hours.



a bad memory was when i got a warning by a mod for my sig



Aj_habfan said:
I remember when I joined, I thought the Wii was horrible, that sales numbers were a joke, and that I would be buying a 360 soon.


I liked the time when every other thread was a sex related one.

I will never forget the moment when I clicked on the Toss your salad thread... Those where the fun days...

 



 

Face the future.. Gamecenter ID: nikkom_nl (oh no he didn't!!) 

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When I first joined, I made a "whatever you want" thread, and had every other post of me. I also started with a crude drawing of my Algebra 1 teacher as an avatar.



lol the salad tossing thread, that thread was epic



I remember when I joined how horrible the forums were. Trolling and such.

And now I can see us going back in that same direction again.

It's the circle of life from 2006.



i remember when the conduit was announced, wii fans when crazy with joy lol



11ht11 said:
i remember when the conduit was announced, wii fans when crazy with joy lol

Better than a 360 game, lol.

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I remember when FFXIII was announced for the XBOX 360.  The internet died.