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Freddie the Freeloader
Glad to see the Forum return
Date: Aug 3, 2007 9:06:42 PM PDT
Author: Freddie the Freeloader

It's really wonderful to see the return of the forum. Gives us a chance to submit "chains" for exposure as hoaxes, viruses, whatever.
Keep up the good work.
You are appreciated!


Date: Aug 4, 2007 3:27:11 AM PDT
Author: ChainBreaker

Thanks, Fred. Missed it myself. Hope it works out. So far, so good.


Yanking the Chain Awards?
Date: Aug 23, 2007 12:08:26 PM PDT
Author: WandererInArda

I've been out of touch for a while and just got back. The site redesign looks great. However, I can't find your Yanking the Chain Awards. They were great -- I could just email a link to your site instead of perpetuating a chain. I'm especially looking for the essay on Coke with the 'Thought it'd be cool. Tried it. It didn't work' at the end of each paragraph. Could you tell me where they are, if they still exist in cyberspace?


Yanking the Chain
Date: Aug 23, 2007 3:45:33 PM PDT
Author: ChainBreaker

Hi WandererinArda. Thanks for the kind words. Unfortunately, the Yankers were incorporated into the old forum and were lost when it failed. I think I may still have some of the more popular ones saved somewhere and I hope to someday return them to the site.


twas the night before christmas santa and the soldier
Date: Dec 9, 2008 12:02:52 PM PST
Author: kake

I understand about not forwarding chain mail, junk mail, etc. However,I heard this poem on the radio for the first time recently and was thrilled when a friend e-mailed it to me not knowing I was interested in the poem. I don't really care when it was written or by whom. To someone like me, who lives in a military town and has relatives and friends serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, this poem is very touching and I welcomed the chance to share it with those relatives and friends in the military. If they're like me, all they'll be interested in is the poem and won't even notice the part that states who, supposedly, wrote the words, etc.. I'll continue to forward it to whomever I think will enjoy it. How 'bout if I put a little disclaimer in my e-mail message to them asking them to please disregard the message after the poem? I'd be willing to bet all of them will answer me with, "What message?" I always check these kinds of e-mails out on SNOPES before forwarding anyway. By the way, I like your site!

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