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I've spent more years on GTX0 than I have on the original GameTalk
Posted: Posted February 18th by Xhin

I went to Mike's GameTalk from 2001 to 2008 (7 years). I've been on GTX0 from 2009-2017 (8 years).

That's mind-boggling.

There are 4 Replies

hmm I guess I have too.

I wonder if Mike ever looks here. You think he would have some curiosity?

Posted February 18th by Vandy

Last time I talked to him (several years ago) he said he checks here from time to time, so probably.

Posted February 18th by Xhin
Rise from ashes

I hadn't thought about it that way either. I started coming to original GT in early 2003 until it died in 2008, so thats 5 years. Started coming here shortly after Xhin got it setup, so I too have been coming here a few years longer than the time I spend on the OG GT. Gawd I feel old.

Edited March 14th by Q

Huh didn't even realise this, I too started in 2001 and joined here very early on (not that any of my early posts exists because a certain SOMEONE accidentally caused their deletion!)

Edited March 14th by Moonray
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