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Congrats Moxie Pip! - Mon Jan 31, 2011, 10:08 PM
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I'd like to acknowledge Moxie Pip for his very strong finish in the month of January on the PSO forums.

He's been putting chumps in their place left and right with great logic and eloquence.

My hat is off to you, Mox. Now come join us in the Drunk Tank.

hiccup.
 
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Yeeeee Haaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwww - Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:01 PM
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Way to chomp down,,,,, on forum trolls
 
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Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:18 PM
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Originally Posted by mcrissinger View Post
I'd like to acknowledge Moxie Pip for his very strong finish in the month of January on the PSO forums.

He's been putting chumps in their place left and right with great logic and eloquence.

My hat is off to you, Mox. Now come join us in the Drunk Tank.

hiccup.

 
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Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:39 PM
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Originally Posted by mcrissinger View Post
I'd like to acknowledge Moxie Pip for his very strong finish in the month of January on the PSO forums.

He's been putting chumps in their place left and right with great logic and eloquence.

My hat is off to you, Mox. Now come join us in the Drunk Tank.

hiccup.

LOL,I saw the title of the thread and I'm thinking "OK what the Hell did I do now,and more importantly why don't I know about it?".

Diligence has it's drawbacks though,headed for my worst finish in the league.


Have the penguins stopped screaming Clarice?.....................
 
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Tue Feb 01, 2011, 12:51 AM
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LOL,I saw the title of the thread and I'm thinking "OK what the Hell did I do now,and more importantly why don't I know about it?".

Diligence has it's drawbacks though,headed for my worst finish in the league.


Have the penguins stopped screaming Clarice?.....................

GOING TO BE HARD TO TOP NEXT MO.

BUT I THINK YOU CAN DO IT

GOOD LUCK

 
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Moxie you old bleep! - Tue Feb 01, 2011, 03:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Moxie Pip View Post
LOL,I saw the title of the thread and I'm thinking "OK what the Hell did I do now,and more importantly why don't I know about it?".

Diligence has it's drawbacks though,headed for my worst finish in the league.


Have the penguins stopped screaming Clarice?.....................
Moxie you old bleep! I LOVE YOU DUDE! yea not that way but ya know. I have mentioned your words of wisdom in my Blog. I have got your back when it needed it. I think you are a old crusty Bleep and thats what I love about you. You tell it like it is. Me , I am more the wait and see type. I have ran solo all my Pro cash life.

I have had a hard time adjusting to the all for one and one for the PSO life. Dudes like you and FLcrackr, Dirtyrubberzz, JDean,!!!111dan,Thelangolier,19huno69,sailormoe,
hobojim,djlang,suefischer,yes even the tazz, rocksmydad,hemetdennis fellow sub dude, rooomik, trumpinjoe,TOO2COO,PSO Admin, and so so many more, just want to make a player want to be a part of this community of the PSO.

We may all have are family fudes, or our what the bleeps. But as the new members roll in here. They to will know that they made the rigth choice like I do that they found a home. A home to work on something that they love to do in what ever way they do it. That is poker.

Thanks Bro,

Julius aka BUDA505

Last edited by BUDA505; Tue Feb 01, 2011 at 03:35 AM..
 

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