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Post#1 » Mon Sep 26, 2005 9:23 pm

Just wanted to echo the praises mentioned on the recent interview with Red Troll. It is nice to know that some of the "old school" players / developers are out there and doing well.

I also wanted to take a minute to praise this site, Havok. It is not often that I see a fan site done in such detail and with such professionalism. Silent and I started looking for a hosting site about three weeks ago and when I found this site, I told him that we had found someone that would be around for a bit. Any SysOp (?) that would put this much effort into a project and provide this level of quality was simply amazing when compared to the other web hosting sites I reviewed. The pride you show in this site is not only apparent, but deserved.

I look forward to meeting most of the other players from time to time. It appears that some of you have been here almost from the start. I look forward to facing your skill as players, as that is the only way to gain skill for oneself.

All the best.

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Post#2 » Mon Sep 26, 2005 11:23 pm

I too would like to echo the above and say that I am impressed on the level of work Joe has put into this site. Being a host myself I know how much work goes into a site. (Mine still has work to be done and its 6 years old). So keep up the good work Joe! =D>

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Post#3 » Tue Sep 27, 2005 12:13 pm

Thanks for the kind words. I'll do my best to continue to meet and exceed your expectations :)
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Post#4 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 9:17 am

Sysop wrote:Thanks for the kind words. I'll do my best to continue to meet and exceed your expectations :)


I always thought Ed's site looked the best, until I saw yours. I havnt really explored it much.

Infact I only joined your site because your taking Ed's game, but now that I know Shardin and the IRJTN are regular posters, im vey happy to be here

Robert

PS Ive had a few good years at Ed's and home to have many with you, because normally I only play games on one site. With the Tournament at Ed's I will play on 2 sites

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Post#5 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 9:49 am

robert wrote:
Sysop wrote:Thanks for the kind words. I'll do my best to continue to meet and exceed your expectations :)


I always thought Ed's site looked the best, until I saw yours. I havnt really explored it much.

Infact I only joined your site because your taking Ed's game, but now that I know Shardin and the IRJTN are regular posters, im vey happy to be here

Robert

PS Ive had a few good years at Ed's and home to have many with you, because normally I only play games on one site. With the Tournament at Ed's I will play on 2 sites


Thanks. I aim to please :)
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Post#6 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 9:56 am

Thanks. I aim to please :)


Just out of curiosity, which state is VA

Im from the UK and a bit thick ???

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Post#7 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 9:57 am

robert wrote:
Thanks. I aim to please :)


Just out of curiosity, which state is VA

Im from the UK and a bit thick ???

Rbert


Virginia. :D
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Post#8 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 10:02 am

Sysop wrote:
robert wrote:
Thanks. I aim to please :)


Just out of curiosity, which state is VA

Im from the UK and a bit thick ???

Rbert


Virginia. :D


I was going to say I lived in Manchester, UK but then I didnt want people thinking I was from the States (no offencve meant)

People from outside america might think UK was a state

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Post#9 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 10:06 am

robert wrote:
Sysop wrote:
robert wrote:
Thanks. I aim to please :)


Just out of curiosity, which state is VA

Im from the UK and a bit thick ???

Rbert


Virginia. :D


I was going to say I lived in Manchester, UK but then I didnt want people thinking I was from the States (no offencve meant)

People from outside america might think UK was a state


I've always wanted to visit Madchester... To bad they closed down the Hacienda. I really would have liked to check out the scene there.
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Post#10 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 10:11 am

I've always wanted to visit Madchester... To bad they closed down the Hacienda. I really would have liked to check out the scene there.


My mate went. He said it was like a warehouse full of druggies

I think the myth of the place is better than the actual reality

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Post#11 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 10:21 am

robert wrote:
I've always wanted to visit Madchester... To bad they closed down the Hacienda. I really would have liked to check out the scene there.


My mate went. He said it was like a warehouse full of druggies

I think the myth of the place is better than the actual reality

Rbert


Probably so. I'm sure I would have been the only one visiting for music :) But it sounds like a great scene that happened there in the 90's... Kinda like our grunge music phase over here at the same time.
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Post#12 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 1:36 pm

Probably so. I'm sure I would have been the only one visiting for music :) But it sounds like a great scene that happened there in the 90's... Kinda like our grunge music phase over here at the same time.[/quote]

I think the music was ggod, but it was in an old building, with lots of black and yellow tape on exposed beams and beams . I presume the ideabing so you dont bump into them

Anyway, so my mate says. I never went

Rbert

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Post#13 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 1:45 pm

Rbert, Edit your last message before Sherek see's it.
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Post#14 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 1:56 pm

ShardinEnemy#1ofTheIRJTN wrote:Rbert, Edit your last message before Sherek see's it.

Too late.
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The line above is false.

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Post#15 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 2:00 pm

robert wrote:Probably so. I'm sure I would have been the only one visiting for music :) But it sounds like a great scene that happened there in the 90's... Kinda like our grunge music phase over here at the same time.


I think the music was ggod, but it was in an old building, with lots of black and yellow tape on exposed beams and beams . I presume the ideabing so you dont bump into them

Anyway, so my mate says. I never went

Rbert


the black and yellow tape was part of the image :) It was owned by Factory Records, and they wanted the place to look like a factory... with a kinda Andy Warhol'ish design. :) They even had a Factory Records catalog # on the place. FAC51.
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