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wow - 314 yesterday.

I dont think I ever saw it that high even pre-crash.
 

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Were any of the 314 people mentioned above online late Tuesday or early Wednesday (Central Time)? Did anyone else see the brief life of the Saudi? Or did I imagine that whole episode?
 

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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
Were any of the 314 people mentioned above online late Tuesday or early Wednesday (Central Time)? Did anyone else see the brief life of the Saudi? Or did I imagine that whole episode?

You were not alone. I was also a witness to the flicker from that brief candle.
 

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Thanks for confirming VG. I was starting to think it was all some sort of dream. There is no trace of the dude. Moderators? J? Bueller?




Bueller?
 
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yeah i witnessed that too, was clearly not gonna last long.
 

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Could someone briefly summarize what happened?
 
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guy showed up, claimed to be a saudi, posted recklessly for an hour or so on various issues with varying degrees of offensiveness.
 

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Originally Posted by [email protected]
guy showed up, claimed to be a saudi, posted recklessly for an hour or so on various issues with varying degrees of offensiveness.

He did manage to get in that "he like it the lamb" though.
 

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... drove the "I like it the lamb" catchphrase further into the ground with numerous variations.

Attn Trolls: Trying for a catchphrase never works - it's like giving yourself a nickname, just lame.
 
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i dunno man...i think Nicky Wilson suits you
 

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wasn't there a couple thousand users online before when that NYT article came out?
 

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wasn't there a couple thousand users online before when that NYT article came out?
Drizz- those were members...

I think we were under 100 till the NYT article, then just over 200 before the Crash.

I think we should sell the site to GQ.
 

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Originally Posted by Steve B.
I think we should sell the site to GQ.




You've lost it for real this time.
 

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Quote:
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I think we should sell the site to GQ.




You've lost it for real this time.
joke ( P ) Pronunciation Key (jk)
n.
Something said or done to evoke laughter or amusement, especially an amusing story with a punch line.
A mischievous trick; a prank.
An amusing or ludicrous incident or situation.
Informal.
Something not to be taken seriously; a triviality: The accident was no joke.
An object of amusement or laughter; a laughingstock: His loud tie was the joke of the office.
 

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