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Poor poor Sword...

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Submitted by Hind Samy (Egypt), Mar 17, 2006 at 05:35

"Don't you get it? We've WON!! "

Won what? I didn't realise this was ever a contest? I thought it was a forum for people to discuss their differences freely?

Talk about delusion. I won't even bother to further comment on your ridiculous post as I decided a while back to ignore the likes of you anyway, but I couldn't resist one tiny comment because your post is hilarious. You called someone a clown earlier? Hmm...it seems to me you're the entertainment here.
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