2010 - Most Improved Member

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2010 Most Improved Member

Poll ended at 24 Oct 2010, 22:06

D3PART3D
6
16%
doo_much
10
27%
DJT
5
14%
Molean
8
22%
Prime
5
14%
StarPhoenix
3
8%
 
Total votes: 37

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Re: 2010 - Most Improved Member

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D3PART3D wrote:
doo_much wrote:What precisely am I supposed to have improved at? :eyebrow:
I'd like to know too...
Well, he has certainly improved in his ability to link any word in the English dictionary to beer.
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:lol:
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japie_my_skapie wrote:Becoming atheist is hardly an improvement :(

Building huge mussels is however deemed very good improvement
Do you make it a habit to abuse the English language and leave the indefinite article out of sentences? :?
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Stuart wrote:
D3PART3D wrote:
doo_much wrote:What precisely am I supposed to have improved at? :eyebrow:
I'd like to know too...
Well, he has certainly improved in his ability to link any word in the English dictionary to beer.
I am merely trying to teach my children that life revolves around beer. It is not so much a religion as a lifestyle... ;)
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Bwahahahahaha
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doo_much wrote:
KALSTER wrote:
Prime wrote:
Where have you been the last 2 years? I've been an atheist since 2008 :wink:

:lol: :lol:
Your certificate is in the mail. :thumbleft:
So you're saying atheists are certifiable?
Damn, should have seen that coming. :x Sorry for letting the team down guys. Don't worry, we'll get those pesky believers yet! All hail to nothingness! :twisted:







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GREAT!!! Thanks robcaruana! Do you guys also sell tins of spam?
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