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Aye, sadly I believe it is time for me to turn in my resignation as well..
It's simply I have lost my fevour for LO, I remember when I was a wee nooblet and I
would check on hourly for updates, that just isn't there anymore. I barely log on
to LO as it is, and I am therefor unable to continue my job as a moderator.
I have many memories of LO , from Aun scolding me for awful spelling to me teaching
him the art of Boerewors and begging for modship . And arguing with all the Aussies
about why we lost to them in the ICC..(IT WAS CAUSE OF THE CRAMP I SWEAR IT! )
So to all I know and those I don't , thanks for a great time and who knows, I might
still sign in now and then and perhaps return fully sometime in the future..
Thanks all, its time for me to march off into the er.. duststorm?
Aww... been nice havin' you around. Sad to see another loyal LOer moving on to bigger and better (yes, there are such things) things. You've had a good run. I'll still see you around on MSN.
Originally Posted by Brett on Quidditch[ 1500pt. Chaos List, C&C! ]
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It's been great Silvermane. Good job all around.
Lot of fun too.
But.. time is a funnything. It's not always possible to tell what'll happen. So maybe see you later here.
Otherwise, it's MSN all the way.
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
Hey mate, sad to see another LO great leaving (that you and Lord Yoss :cry. I hope you regain your passion for LO in the future and come back to us. Until than mate I'll talk to you over MSN, of the LO chat if your there.
Take care buddy, and come back soon!
Indeed, I'm sure we will meet again, young Silvermane. I'm hoping that someday I will open a thread, see some familiar spelling mistakes and it will be you... :shifty:
All the best mate and thanks for being a great member. I won't say Adieu, but Au Revoir...
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?
Hey man! We still haven't had our duel, Space Pup!
My honour shall be regained!
*salutes* Peace man.