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Erik Dark
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Where did ersin's thread about JackSchitt go?
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There was another thread by ersin , regarding some quote from koran and link to a NASA site that also got lost? some bug in the system?
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I officially announce that this thread will be lost by March 8, 2002, International Women's Day. This thread outlived its mission, and as such, must die. I do not want somebody to bring it up two years later and start to discuss seriously whether Americans are idiots or not
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Dirk Schreckmann

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I got it saved and will cut and copy it to a new thread two years and two days from now...
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Paul Stevens
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It seems to be more than threads lost. There is a thread (at least for me) with a last post date from Feb showing between the Mar 6 and Mar 5 posts.
Jason Menard

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Yeah I am seeing that too. I simply took it as a sign from the football gods (the post that rose from the dead was about the Super Bowl).
Thomas Paul
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You too can play the "screw UBB's dates" game. Simply add a post to an old thread. Now delete your post. Hey look! UBB is totally screwed up and leaves your post where it was even though the date is old.

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Ashik Uzzaman
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And what about the post titled "Have you seen God" or something like that?

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I agree. Here's the link:
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