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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_morris
    The forum website is not only in your list of 'favorites' ...but it's programmed into a function button on your keyboard.
    Or...

    It is your PC's homepage.

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    * When you try to go to e-budo and get "Page Not Available," your friends have to apply CPR. After being revived, you promptly call federal law enforcement to report an issue of national security.
    David Sims

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew S
    - You've got a little paranoid. So you click on the "I'm a Monolith... A Titan..." thread to see a big paranoid.
    When people report that masters have given them approval for being True Martial Artists, you know exactly what they mean.


    (They're fulla craaaap!)
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    - There are only 2 time zones. E-Budo time, and the times you are zoned.
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    I'm resurrecting this thread because a few nights ago, I had a dream where I was arguing about the Daito Ryu succession controversy with a random person. I've got to find a new website to occupy my time...
    David Sims

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    ... Resurrected thread titles suddenly appear in your inbox from e-budo and you realise you have withdrawal symptoms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDATFUS
    - You have an e-budo-related dream. Scary.
    I think you need to get out more. This quote is from page 2.

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    You know you've been on E-Budo too long when...

    -You sentimentally recount the days "Before the Crash."
    -Your collection of Dr. Stupid threads takes up all of your file space.
    - You remember Tony Kehoe with affection rather than outright irritation and the urge to choke him out.
    - Someone e-mails you an E-Budo post that you think you've never seen before, and it's one of yours from five years ago.
    - You can't really start the work day without reading Harvey Moul's take on PBFHs, liberals, gun control lobbyists and the latest antics of his mother-in-law.
    - You run out of actual MA topics to discuss and spend more time in the Members Lounge than any other forum on E-Budo.
    Cady Goldfield

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    Quote Originally Posted by william northcote
    I think you need to get out more. This quote is from page 2.
    Yeah, this is why I'm worried. But on the plus side, the doctor has given me some nice pills to take, and the new jacket is very comfy even if it does make typing hard.

    If I ever have a dream where I find myself explaining the Sugino-ha/mainline TSKRS controversy to someone, I really will go get help.
    David Sims

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_morris
    * The forum website is not only in your list of 'favorites' ...but it's programmed into a function button on your keyboard.
    It's programmed into a quicklink above the browser pane, does that count? :$

    This is a fun thread. Makes me wish I'd been around longer than the two months or so I have been.
    Dan Gould

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    You ask yourself - there is actually a login-page? --- You had e-budo on auto-login cookies for so long, that when you finally switch to a different computer, you don't know how to log in, what your user-name and pw is.
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    You stay away for two years in order to get back your sanity and the only thing you can think of when you get back is answering all the the ever always the same freaking mf's and ff's on their ever always and the same freaking mf'ing and ff'ing posts is "!!!! you all you !!!!ing !!!!ers"...

    I mean meant in an absolutely politically correct and positive way, you know?

    Hey you: don't think I'am after you, you after you!
    Best regards

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    ... you use phrases like "ninjas are mammals" and "flipping out in the swampest places" with random people, then take 20 minutes to explain why some of the bad budo threads are so funny.

    Josef Vlach

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Guapo-san
    ... you use phrases like "ninjas are mammals" and "flipping out in the swampest places" with random people, then take 20 minutes to explain why some of the bad budo threads are so funny.

    Josef Vlach
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    You wake up one morning after a two-year abscence with a hankering to check on the old neighborhood, and get your login and password right on the first try.

    By the way, I'm back.
    J.T. Hurley

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