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Hum

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Thanks for all the good times.

 

Thanks to the staff who make Neowin.net possible.

 

Appreciation to those men and women who bring us the News.

 

And thank goodness for all those weird Earth people. :shifty:

 

And great appreciation for your kind remarks over these 10 years.

 

Hum

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Lord Method Man

2 days early you just couldn't wait could you?

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The Evil Overlord

Grats on the 10 years of butchering the news and self worship

Oh wait, you're in the 'like pile', sorry bud and congrats dude :)

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Atomic Wanderer Chicken

Thanks for inundating Neowin with news everyday and my news posts to be locked :laugh:

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Crisp

May you be here long time.

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Growled

Congratulations Hum. I really enjoy your posts and I hope you are here another 10 years to post them. :)

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Atomic Wanderer Chicken

I have enjoyed your news posts and have seen pretty wacky things at times.  May the Pollos Hermanos be with you.

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riahc3

Congrads Hum.

 

 

Personally I dont understand why you are not on the news staff....

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Hum

2 days early you just couldn't wait could you?

10 X 365.25 per year = 3652.5 days, Mr. Spock. ;) I'm only hours 'early'.

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firey

10 X 365.25 per year = 3652.5 days, Mr. Spock. ;) I'm only hours 'early'.

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cyoung1616

Congratulation, I'll be at 12 years the next day. The 6th.

 

 

Cody

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Growled

Congratulation, I'll be at 12 years the next day. The 6th.

 

 

Cody

 

Did you guys start posting when you were 4? :P

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Damo R.

Congrats :)

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LaP

Did you guys start posting when you were 4? :p

 

His profile says he is 62 years old XD

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cyoung1616

No, at 50, Growled... :/

 

 

Cody

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+Frank B.

Did you guys start posting when you were 4? :p

I was 28 when I registered my account. 12 years ago.

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Growled

I was 28 when I registered my account. 12 years ago.

 

I did not know that. I guess I assumed everyone was young when they first started posting here.

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Damo R.

I did not know that. I guess I assumed everyone was young when they first started posting here.

 

I was 17 when I first joined

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Marshall

Now if only we could convince you that "The Onion" is not a credible news source. :P

 

Congratulations Hum!

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Hum

I did not know that. I guess I assumed everyone was young when they first started posting here.

Neowin ages us fast. :p

 

 

 

And thanks to you all for the congrats.

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Geoffrey B.

congrats!

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Praetor

Congrats Hum! Spreding weirds news to be knowed to all of us...

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no-sweat

Our anniversary's are very close! I just had a reminder popup reminding me to post a thread about it, tomorrow. Hooray  :rofl:

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