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You made this thread and then you'll do another one after? You're really weird.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
it depends on what the topic is about
eg. a quesiton about computers, just do a search because your question may have already been answered in a thread
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What's the topic?
Schecter Hellraiser Solo-6 FR Limited
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depends on how old, and how successful it was.

if it only had a few replies, id probably start a new one. or if it was like a year old, id start a new one.

if it has a lot of posts, or is only a few months old, i normally will just bump the old one.
sunnysayshi Nowadays it's cool to bump threads that are ten years old and reply to long-inactive users for no good reason.
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Depends. What is the energy consumption of making a new thread compared to bumping an old one. Not to mension the space requirements of saving a brand new thread compared to adding to an old one. I cant understand why people want new threads when they have perfectly good old ones but then i dont understand all that programmy IT stuff either. However since the link to the last page has disappeared in the forum i cant read posts more than 3 or 4 pages deep, practically, without commenting. So there.
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it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

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