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Oh sweet! now i know theres die hard forumer's (some of you have been here a good part of your life lol) there's no need to rush it.
I'll post the guidelines asap, just need to think about it all and get it into a one and only post so it's easy to follow.
Also i need to catch up on all your works although i have this pathetic USB modem with tiny ass usage allowance for which i need to save for porn.
Nice to see you back, Mo! As you have seen by now this forum is very quiet nowadays, so I'm afraid you won't get much participation on this one. Nevertheless it will be great to see a city from you again. Loved the GCC!