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    OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    Guys,

    I can't stop myself from posting this link to a gloriously funny thread on another forum:

    http://www.recording.org/ftopic-3085...rderasc-0.html

    Be warned, there is some very strong language and 35+ pages of posts. However, there are some absolutely brilliant exchanges between what appears to be a reasonable forum membership, and an individual who is not prepared to listen to advice. Once you start reading, you have to continue to the end.

    Enjoy - this thread is becoming infamous.

    p.s. because of the number of people reading this thread, it can sometime be a little slow.
    Richard N.

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    Re: OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    It's hilarious, isn't it? I caught this thread down in the OT area here and have been reading bits and pieces since last night. Last night it was only 18 pages, this afternoon 25...and now 35 pages.

    IT'S A PLOT! This idiot is taking over the internet!!!

    ;-)

    ...glad to hear it's slow for you, too. I thought it was our DSL.

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

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    Re: OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    I just made it to page 10 and I've got to get some sleep. I'll be setting the alarm clock a bit earlier to catch up - absolutely hilarious! This is a legend in the making...

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    Re: OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    Richard, you just ruined my sleep. Shame on you!

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    Re: OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    I refuse to get dragged in, but I can see how some folks were in the beginning, it is good to help others.

    BUT this may be the funniest thread I've come across. The OP must have been trolling.

    No one is that stupid!!

    But he sure is funny!!!

    Bill

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    Re: OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    The thread finally seems to have been locked. Pity. I would have been interested in seeing just how long it could have gone on.
    Dan Powers
    www.danielpowers.info

    "It's easier to be a composer than it is to compose."
    --Ray Luke (1928-2010)

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    Re: OT: Perhaps the most notorious thread in history

    Darn it Richard, I just wasted an hour and a half reading that post!


    Extremely funny stuff. Weird enough, I think I have a couple poeple like that in some of my classes!


    Jonny
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