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A Decade of PureBasic!

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Member since 19th February, 2011...

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TI-994A wrote:Member since 19th February, 2011...

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Tsk, tsk, you youngster, I've been festering here since: Sat Apr 26, 2003 01:08 and some have been here way longer than me!!
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Fangbeast wrote:Tsk, tsk, you youngster...
That alone has made my day. It's been a long time since such a term has been used to refer to me. :lol:
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TI-994A wrote:
Fangbeast wrote:Tsk, tsk, you youngster...
That alone has made my day. It's been a long time since such a term has been used to refer to me. :lol:
You young whippersnappers, what can I say about your youthful staying power (hehehehe).

/me falls off the chair laughing like idle's festering underpants
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Damn! Time does fly... :)
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DK_PETER wrote:Damn! Time does fly... :)
Wow! Just six hours. And yes; time is pretty supersonic these days.
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Dang, you old geezers congregating for some tapioca pudding haha :)

Long live purebasic!

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Dang, you old geezers congregating for some tapioca pudding haha :)
Just you wait till I put in my second hand fangs and I bite you!!

Wot's dis tap-in-yokel stuff? I eatz people and kitty katz.
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I joined this forum Jun 22, 2003 19:43. But there also were times before this forum. I remember the forum at robsite.de and an official forum before that. Man, that's a long time ago.
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Nituvious wrote:Dang, you old geezers congregating for some tapioca pudding
The roof, the roof, the roof is on fire!
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NicTheQuick wrote:I joined this forum Jun 22, 2003 19:43. But there also were times before this forum. I remember the forum at robsite.de and an official forum before that. Man, that's a long time ago.
If you remember "Mr. Skunk" then yah, it's been a long time :)
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Paul wrote:If you remember "Mr. Skunk"
Ooh, ooh, I do! (Raises hand). I always wonder what happened to him, and to other big contributors like Gnozal, etc.

The last snapshot of Mr Skunk's website -> http://web.archive.org/web/200309210135 ... net.fr.st/
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Paul wrote:
NicTheQuick wrote:I joined this forum Jun 22, 2003 19:43. But there also were times before this forum. I remember the forum at robsite.de and an official forum before that. Man, that's a long time ago.
If you remember "Mr. Skunk" then yah, it's been a long time :)
I used to talk randomly to him and use the INI handling routines he made for us.
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Paul wrote:...remember "Mr. Skunk"...
Yes; quite well. :lol:

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