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post #61 of 134 (permalink) Old 10-14-2012, 05:56 AM
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Dammit i had such good memories with Johnny......well i wont say because its private

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Only question remains is what will be the new posting handle? Try not to make it as obvious as pusher 4 life trolling.
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Does this also mean that you are now fully focused on your tennis career, if so GL.

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Does this also mean that you are now fully focused on your tennis career, if so GL.
Telling him to Get Lost isn't very polite at this moment.

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To be Honest one who "say" he aspires to be better than Roger Federer, he cannot be fooling around in an Internet Forum and be serious about Himself.. I think it was about time.
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Generally speaking, I don´t really understand why anyone would have to LEAVE an internet forum in such a grand fashion. You feel like posting, do it. If not, don´t.
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Unlike most posters on here Johnny will be remembered. Some of his stuff was actually worth reading.

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If you indeed choose to leave this place, I'll be one of the many folks missing you.

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If you indeed choose to leave this place, I'll be one of the many folks missing you.
Since you've been on a couple of self-imposed exiles yourself, what do you think are the odds he'll return?
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Since you've been on a couple of self-imposed exiles yourself, what do you think are the odds he'll return?
A 'couple'? Only once, as far as I recall.

- just like I've grown up since making those claims, I presume Jon will do the same. I just hope he'll not leave as I think he's a great poster and one of the very few Nadal fans who's not a biased fanboy.
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In a Finnish forum, we have the word martyr withdrawal for leaving a forum because that guy thinks the the forum doesn't deserve him to be there, e.g. other posters don't respect his/her opinions. And this is very much like the martyr withdrawals.

But quite often those martyr withdrawals end up with a martyr comeback, sometimes even within a week. So I wouldn't be surprised if Johnny Groove makes a martyr comeback.
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First Glenn, then CD, now you? come on...

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First Glenn, then CD, now you? come on...
Glenn and CD were fired from the office. Johnny resigned from fatigue and guilt. Not the same thing, IMO.

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Glenn and CD were fired from the office. Johnny resigned from fatigue and guilt. Not the same thing, IMO.
Who cares? The office without these 2 is kinda shitty, and now it'll probably be shittier.

Ah, appeal moderation? Wanna know what appeal moderation did to me?
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