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7-29-2010 @ 8:34AM
Herpes. Always bad.
7-29-2010 @ 9:28AM
Yeah, except when...no wait, you're right. Always bad.
7-29-2010 @ 9:31AM
agreed, always bad, bad bad bad bad bad
7-29-2010 @ 9:45AM
@Petrie: From experience? :)
7-29-2010 @ 10:10AM
Hey the implication aint THAT bad. you gotta get herpes from somwhere right?
7-29-2010 @ 10:12AM
nah second thoughts. ALWAYS bad
7-29-2010 @ 12:06PM
"by Allison Robert Jul 29th 2010 at 9:00AM""Adam Holisky Jul 29th 2010 8:34AMHerpes. Always bad."Without ruining the ending of Lost for me (I'm not finished yet!), someone please tell me what's going on here.
7-29-2010 @ 1:39PM
It's pretty basic, really. Posts are placed into a queue, with a scheduled time for publication to the main page. This time is the "post time" as you see it. Wow.com staff have access to the posts while they are still in the queue, so they are able to make comments before they go live.
7-29-2010 @ 3:26PM
@ EudeyrnYou're not suppose to give a LOGICAL answer! This is reality! There is no room for logic!The proper answer is: A wizard did it.
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