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Verbiage: Noticed Pudge's Journal

Chacham (981) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 2

Just noticed Pudge's Journal. Specifically, this JE. Perhaps i should read more of his JEs. This one sounded rather logical.

Just noticed Pudge's Journal. Specifically, this JE. Perhaps i should read more of his JEs. This one sounded rather logical.

I found it though the search tool. It doesn't work well, but one keyword is OK, even though most of the time it isn't relevant. Well, it must be filtering *something*.

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I reccomend it... (1)

FroMan (111520) | more than 10 years ago | (#8306613)

Pudge's "Sunday Thoughts" journal is usually pretty good. I think I did a JE about him when I friend'ed him a little while back, but at the time I did not notice that he was an editor.

Re:I reccomend it... (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 10 years ago | (#8307953)

Well, i did know he was an editor. But i found it through a search. So, i don't think it affected my decision to look. Then again, it's hard to say. Either way, i like what he wrote.
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