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yuki2054

graded martial artist
Nov 8, 2016
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You say I've betrayed you, but how exactly? By quoting a poster's insults back at him? Or opposing an attack which killed over 100 k innocent civilians? Or by meeting my family in town and sharing a coffee with them?

I know lots of people on this site hate me, but I have some comrades on here too. Okay?
We are gonna assume that you just had a simple brain laps, but lets not have it happen again. Lots of feels were hurt but with time, hopefully we can grow from this betrayal.

 

Splinty

Shake 'em off
Admin
Dec 31, 2014
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70,616
You say I've betrayed you, but how exactly? By quoting a poster's insults back at him? Or opposing an attack which killed over 100 k innocent civilians? Or by meeting my family in town and sharing a coffee with them?

I know lots of people on this site hate me, but I have some comrades on here too. Okay?

Can't believe you betrayed me
 

Willthiswork

I'd rather have 4 quarters than 100 pennies.
Aug 7, 2015
22,479
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You say I've betrayed you, but how exactly? By quoting a poster's insults back at him? Or opposing an attack which killed over 100 k innocent civilians? Or by meeting my family in town and sharing a coffee with them?

I know lots of people on this site hate me, but I have some comrades on here too. Okay?
I had a comrade once.

It was cool.
 

Never_Rolled

First 10,000
Dec 17, 2018
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I had a comrade once.

It was cool.
I was a young nerd into shortwave radio. You would send a letter to a station in another country. Tell them about a broadcast you heard, the time and maybe a brief synopsis and in turn they would send you a QSL card. It was like a postcard with a pic of the station on the front and usually on the back they would write the date and time you heard them with a thank you. I remember listening to a Radio Moscow broadcast and signed it Your Comrade. I was so proud and told my dad afterwards. He was sure the FBI would be knocking on our door. He was pretty pissed off. I still have the notebok somewhere with all the cards. I might have given it to my kid but I know it's here somewhere.