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John Smith 23/04/28(Fri)11:30 No. 48655
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Hi John,

Are you the same John from the old days? I like to check in on you occasionally. It used to be once every six months, but I realise this is probably the first time in six years. I remember when we spent every night talking.

Anyway John, I hope you're well. I have fond memories of that book about not doing drugs, and of course Pepsi.

Forever yours,
-John.


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John Smith 23/05/05(Fri)02:22 No. 48660

Dear John,

Thank you for your concern.
I'm afraid I cannot comment for the other anons on the board, but, I have been lurking since before /eh/ was even a board itself. I am still here john. I am still here.

I am doing ok. My living situation is kind of fucked right now, but, I got a really good job working at a plant. Hopefully that will be the break I need. The work is hard though and the people are unforgiving and there's so much to learn. You have to prove yourself.

It's frustrating. People say I wont get fired, but, I dunno.

Anyways, It's good to hear from you john.
Yours truly
-John.


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John Smith 23/05/07(Sun)18:42 No. 48661
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>>I have fond memories of that book about not doing drugs

Oh shit, that was me.


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John Smith 23/06/25(Sun)13:38 No. 48688

>>48661
Perhaps you could post this book again, John? I recall we lost it, along with with the rest of /eh/, when the board moved over from /777/.

I'm comforted to see that you're such a digital hoarder.


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John Smith 23/06/25(Sun)13:39 No. 48689

>>48660
The new job sounds interesting, John. Quit.


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John Smith 23/06/29(Thu)02:37 No. 48693
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>>48688


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John Smith 23/08/06(Sun)00:07 No. 48699
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>>48693


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John Smith 23/08/12(Sat)19:35 No. 48703
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>>48699


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John Smith 23/08/12(Sat)19:35 No. 48704
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>>48703


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John Smith 23/08/14(Mon)17:10 No. 48706

>>48699
irony is, doesnt Europe introduce alcohol to kids under controlled settings?

I hear people are less likely to be alcohilic when theyre introduced to alcohol under family settings with high dilution.


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John Smith 24/04/08(Mon)23:15 No. 48895

The globalists have absolutely covered all the bases.

Americans say the answer to tyranny is term limits, but term limits are useless when the elections are rigged.

Americans think the USA would be a free country if there were no electronic voting machines, but Canada doesn't have electronic voting machines and Canada is still a police state.

Americans say mandatory voting means freedom, but Australia has mandatory voting and is also a police state.

A Constitutional Convention won't work because if the elites don't follow the Bill of Rights now then why would the ruling powers obey a new Constitution?

The only realistic options Americans have today is to drop out, move to a small town, and buy guns, ammo, gold, and food and wait for everything to collapse.



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