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I find much amusement at the forum ranging from wiseacre remarks to jokes to humorous anecdotes. I wish I could remember them all; I wish I had saved some.

But one stands out for me. Several months ago, Oxy started a straight forward thread about the Fall gathering in LV. The thread meandered in typical fashion til someone (I don't know who--it was an alias but I don't even remember the alias) posted a series of comical photos of many of the more common posters. Each picture was accompanied by a parody post in the style of that individual. I was laughing so hard I almost barfed on my keyboard (not exaggerating here). That is the funnist post I can recall.

Wondering if anyone else remembers favorite posts, funny or moving or provacative or whatever.

-- Lars (, September 29, 2000


Lars: I DO remember that it was tooooo funny!!

I 'think' i know who did it but i wont tell ---- hint capn?

the funniest one I can recall, again, dont know the name of it either is the one where ALL started using alias's and pretended we were someone else...LMAO at that one...

Also the infamous BONG thread.

Thanks for the reminder, I'm sure someone will venture along and provide links. :-) hmmm?

-- consumer (, September 29, 2000.


Dunno that this was a favorite, but since Patricia has inroduced the joys of html to Maria { & no doubt corrupted many more impressionable minds } - can it be too long before something like this happens here?

"Sex-Crazed Tongue Emoticon Licks Four-May Be Banned From Use on EZBoard"

-- flora (***@__._), September 29, 2000.

A couple spring to mind. The first was a thread by FS asking people to write about experiences with miracles back around Memorial Day.

Another was the thread on which Luna spoke out about her struggles. Changed my life and that of more than a few on this board. An outpouring of love such as I'd never witnessed before.

Sumer, the bong thread was actually begun by Unk asking us to list our music preferences. That one was a true group experience.

Good idea for a thread, Lars.

-- Bingo1 (, September 29, 2000.


Sad goodbyes to all my fans

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), September 29, 2000.


I would love to take credit but it wasn't moi,you know me well though,I WOULD do something like that.

I loved the BONG thread!!!

My fav thread was one that migrated from the old TB2,it was a deep metaphysical thread about religion,heaven,hell etc..,no time right now but I do have it here,somewhere.

Cool idea Lars.

-- capnfun (, September 29, 2000.

{having trouble posting this one}

Here's an eclectic smattering of some of my favorites { alas, I'm still link impaired after all these years }. If I had them bookmarked - I'd also add the beastiality thread, FS's Deja Vu & reincarnation.

"I'm such a DOOMER I sleep under the bed"


"No more confusion, please..."



{where cpr trys to turn my head by telling me that even *I* may become a footnote to history!}


"Long essay -- The Marching Morons revisited"

-- flora (***@__._), September 29, 2000.

One of my favorites was titled simply "Coke or Pepsi". That one really morphed on the way. Anyone have it? Also, I am flattered at the folks who remember the threads I started and how they are listed as favorites. Looks like I should post more often with original writing. I thought the first poetry thread was cool too, as I discovered the talents of Lars, particularly, and others on this board.

Now if I could only stop the world for a minute and sit down and write--sigh

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), September 29, 2000.

Hah! I remember "Coke and Pepsi". Am I wrong FS, didn't you just run a nonsense question up the flagpole to see who would salute? You had had such success with the underwear thread that you decided to try another thread with a simple question and see where it led.

More recently there was the "female urinal" thread. Can't remember who started that but it certainly proved that we're never too old for silliness, especially bathroom humor.

-- Lars (, September 29, 2000.

Why do I not remember the underwear thread? Sober blackout?

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), September 29, 2000.

Underwear thread--

I think you titled it something like "do you wear cotton or polyester underwear?". It quickly evolved into, for men, jockies vs briefs and dress to the right vs dress to the left and pee over the top vs pee thru the "labyrinth". FS, you must acknowledge your responsibility for this memorable thread.

-- Lars (, September 29, 2000.

Guys: Briefs, or boxers? Girls: Lace, or cotton?

-- link (link@here.yugo), September 29, 2000.

Looks like I got FS confused with FF. Never mind.

-- Lars (, September 29, 2000.

I'm about to croak from laughing, and I'm all alone in the room! ROFLMAO!!! Somebody give me oxygen!

Read again "Sad goodbyes to all my fans", here's the excerpt that got me over the edge:

Who the hell are all you people? Except Oxy, I mean.

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), August 11, 2000.

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What do you mean who am I? I am one of the most prolific posters to this forum. I think I was #3 on the top ten list last time it was posted. Who are you?

-- Commander Beer Man (, August 11, 2000.

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Gordy, if this really is the real Gordy, we might never have gotten along very well on this fourm, but I think I am in love with you.

-- Sally (sallyg@micosoft.ner), August 11, 2000.

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Why do all the good people leave this forum and leave us with stuck with all the dweebs such as dmq, and Mandy Faye?

-- mmm..mmm..good! (mmm@mmm.good), August 11, 2000.

Ken Decker, read this thread from start to finish and then tell me again anyone posting here is not totally nuts! ROFL! c'mon Ken, give us a good belly laugh, let it all hang out!

I'm snorting, choking and wiping tears. I'll need CPR real soon! (no, not HIM, C-P-R!)

-- (, September 29, 2000.

I knew I had it somewhere,It's called "The Great Deception" though it is of no relation to a thread that is up on the board currently.

The Great Deception

-- capnfun (, September 30, 2000.

I should also add that it is a very long down load.

-- capnfun (, September 30, 2000.

OMG the memories.....ROFLMAO!!!!

Yes, it appears we do have our 'wild' dayz now doesnt it?

Tooooo funnnnyyyyy!!!!

I loved the one from SF, were all gonna live.

And the panty thread, oh my.......that sure did escalate to sheer crazed to herbal advice???LMAO.

Toooo cool....but yeah the pepsi/coke thread was toooo cooollll, NOW, who is gonna FIND IT?

-- consumer (, September 30, 2000.

My two favorite serious threads ever are two of the ones already mentioned (by capnfun and Bingo): "The Great Deception" and the thread that Luna C became involved in. If I'm not mistaken, I think the subject of that thread was suicide.

On favorite silly threads and miscellaneous ones -- they're just too numerous to mention. I mean I have so much fun with them -- even reading ones that I wasn't involved in. I'm just sorry that I haven't seen them all.

-- eve (, September 30, 2000.

Serious Question: Coke or Pepsi?

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), September 30, 2000.

Fruitcake Index...

#0-A: Perfect y2k food? (not for the serious) 000FvD

#0-B: Supermarkets, Duct Tape, and Phone Gnomes (Humor) 000W78

#0-C: Grandmama's missing check 000GXB

#0-D: Who else got one of 10 Anti-terrorist "Units"?
(pre-beginnings of the Canadianainainan steath geeses thread) 000DfT

#1: Know Your Fruitcake! (not for the serious) 000Imj

#2: Know your Fruitcake, the second. 000hxd

#3: OT - Fruitcake III 000sez

#4: Know Your Fruitcake IV (not for the serious) 0011dm

#5: Fruitcake V : The Return of Sue? 001Bli

#6: OT- FRLians Unite, members only - OT 001Izu

#7: OT - FRL 7 001Oap

#8: OT - FRL 8 001P4r

#9: OT-FRL #9 001TU6

#10: OT - FRL #10 (washing Murhpy) 001ZPa

# 11: FRL # 11 - Lessons from the Geese 001gIB

# 12: FRL #12 - Natural Highs 001lYX

-- Memories of the (way@we.were), September 30, 2000.

Nostalgia alert! Nostalgia alert!

The Forum is Dying! The Forum is Dying!

Do you read me? Over.

-- Brian McLaughlin (, September 30, 2000.

If the forum is dying, it must be a healthy sign that people are finally getting over y2k and moving on.

Only the nuttiest of us remain for the nutty threads. aww...them FRL threads were the good ol' daze.

-- (, September 30, 2000.

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