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    Check Nihil's Topic.

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    Which one?

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    Gore uses "Mandatory" as a username. You know... because he was told his username was mandatory during setup.

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    Oh shut up numb nuts if it wasn't for me you'd have been on permaban long ago.

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    oh i'm using that as my Signature now.

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    You know Coffee Cup, there's some Creamer I'm thinking you could open wide for right about now.

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    Gore uses "Mandatory" as a username. You know... because he was told his username was mandatory during setup.
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    Ah! so that's why I use Windows.................although the latest release wouldn't let me use the password as the password hint................miserable spoilsports!!!!


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    It really wasn't funny; It would be if a screen in some OS actually said something like that, but other than root passwords; It really doesn't.

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