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Old 18-11-2004, 04:18 AM   #41
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Yeah, if you can't laugh with me, you can still laugh at me... I don't mind. I'm used to it. I 've had six older brothers laughing at me for 40 years now. What ya gonna do, hurt my feelings? Ha Ha Ha, He He He, Ha Ha Ha, He He He, Ha Ha Ha, He He He, Ha Ha Ha, He He He...
Mo funny please?

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Old 21-12-2004, 05:34 PM   #42
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i know im new but i agree with what acliff is saying. moderators should moderate properly. respect should be given to all even newbies and shit shouldnt be posted .you post if you have something to say not to fill up space .im a member of another film forum and things there have never been better .everyone respects each other .posts are intellegent and moderators actually moderate.i will try my best to improve this forum . i wont post crap or abuse other members.i just hope other do the same
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i know im new but i agree with what acliff is saying. moderators should moderate properly. respect should be given to all even newbies and shit shouldnt be posted .you post if you have something to say not to fill up space .im a member of another film forum and things there have never been better .everyone respects each other .posts are intellegent and moderators actually moderate.i will try my best to improve this forum . i wont post crap or abuse other members.i just hope other do the same
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Old 23-12-2004, 01:23 AM   #44
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Having being a uk.playstation.com member for over two years, I've obviously been through thick and thin. Its not so much a playstation forum anymore, its a games forum where the community is so strong, its unbelieveable. We have all different characters posting regularly - you've got trollers, spammers, 1st/2nd/3rd gen forumers, some forumers even split off to create their own forum, now known as www.rustyjoystick.com, an online community and pub of some sorts.

Seeing this type of post is no new news to me, as it happens every two months on ps.com What I'm trying to say (and obviously failing so far) is that this type of thing will always happen - whatever you try to do, it'll happen again and again. Try to make a good situation out of a bad one

Anyway, for some ideas, how about some graphical competitions, some organised quizzes....etc.

Am I just repeating stuff thats already been said? I havn't looked at any of the posts in this topic yet
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