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Don't worry
« on: May 09, 2002, 06:14:32 PM »
Don't worry, I do not plan on making another Milestone poster until number 15,000. Feel free to be 13,000 without being "honored".

You can always go and honor Don some more under our Milestone links at the top of the page, or maybe even give Kevin a point ot two. :). I like to Hang Tom and rearrange Charlies face a little myself. ;D
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