TheDispatcher> ITS OFFCIIAL PEOPLE IM LEAVING E2 IVE HAD ENOUGH OF THE CRAPPY BUREAUCRACY AND THE SHITTY ADMN STAFF WHO KEEP ANNOYING ME. JOIN ME IN LEAVING AS IIM SURE THAT AS HAVE INFACT LEFT 5 TIMES I AM NOT COMING BACK
TheDispatcher> AS YOU CAN SEE FROM THE SIITE TRAJECTORY NO ONE REALLY POSTS MANY NODES ON THIS SHIIT WEBSIITE ANYMORE. AND IM LEAVING FOR GOOD REASON
GhettoAardvark> Six times in almost six months? That's gotta be a record.
If you can dream it then you can do it. Walt Disney da man.
NanceMuse > The hour between quiet time and dinner on the east coast U.S. Sigh
TheDispatcher > hey oldminer why does sim3 hate me so much?
cassparadox > AIDS
TheDispatcher > hahahaha!
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