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Old 18th Feb 2012, 15:43   #11
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Old 18th Feb 2012, 15:50   #12
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Curiously, I'm older too. Broker, these days as well, but that's a common complaint.

I'm amazed to see so many familiar faces still here; it's quite a community Wavid inspired. Given that this kind of community in web terms seems quite an old-fashioned format, there's clearly something that works about Palimp.
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