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    Quote Originally Posted by MK3Brent View Post
    Didn't we used to chat on AIM in the early 2000s?


    Back in my day we used messenger birds to communicate. until AOL kepped sending discs of aolv1,v2,v3 ect... I will always be a newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by okinawa-supra View Post
    Back in my day we used messenger birds to communicate. until AOL kepped sending discs of aolv1,v2,v3 ect... I will always be a newbie
    Those things made great coasters. The AOL discs, not the birds.
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    No one probably remembers the AOL floppy discs before the AOL CD's came out. I think you would count as a senior member if you remember that lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plaaya69 View Post
    No one probably remembers the AOL floppy discs before the AOL CD's came out. I think you would count as a senior member if you remember that lol.
    I do!


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    Quote Originally Posted by plaaya69 View Post
    No one probably remembers the AOL floppy discs before the AOL CD's came out. I think you would count as a senior member if you remember that lol.
    that is sooooooooo 90's (love it). cant beat the sound that 14.4 Kbs modem made too eeeeeeeeeee wwwwwwwwwwaaaaaahhhhhh na na rrrrrrrrRRRRRRRRRrrrrrrr

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    Senior members are members who are still part of the Email SOGI group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plaaya69 View Post
    No one probably remembers the AOL floppy discs before the AOL CD's came out. I think you would count as a senior member if you remember that lol.
    You know what? I think I actually have one of those in an issue of Gamepro, when I was a subscriber of that one, around 1996 or so. That's something I haven't thought of in a VERY long time...

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    Senior members are members who are still part of the Email SOGI group.
    That's still a thing? Where do you guys host at, Geocities? Angelfire? Netscape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by te72 View Post
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    That's still a thing? Where do you guys host at, Geocities? Angelfire? Netscape?
    Oh mannnn... right in the nostalgia. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK3Brent View Post
    Oh mannnn... right in the nostalgia. lol

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    Right there with ya bud. I wouldn't be making fun if I didn't remember how the internet used to be. I wish my computer still made funny noises when I launched my browser. Hmm... gotta be an extension that does that... BRB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flubyux2 View Post
    This is not where I parked my car...
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    I'm not a super old member, but I looked at my join date and.... ya, I need to get my car back on the road.
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    I still own the black 89 that I bought when I was in high school back in the summer of 2005. Swapped a 7mgte into it. Here I am all these years later trying to decide if I should keep it and go 1j or 2j or just get rid of it. I am on the fence every day.



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    Damn I used to troll these forums back when I was like 15 in 2008 when I got my first car which was an 89 MK3. Zumtizzle might remember me. I've had 5 MK3s since then and a bunch more RHD automobiles since I'm in Canada and they're easy to import. Sucks the import scene has completely dried up. I'm still living the JDM dream driving a Soarer right meow, but still, it sucks that the cars and all the car meets and enthusiasts have pretty much vanished. I'll be driving these cars until I kick the bucket.

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    Nice to see some senior members still present and accounted for. I'm senior on several other make boards and as a new guy it's great to know the depth of help and insights that will come to bear on this project. Joined today. Just dragged an 88 Supra Targa NA home that has not run in 18 years. I think the engine's toast (parked due to HG 18 years ago) as if the mechanic that gave them this diagnosis did not find a way to dry the cylinders then it will never run again. Will see. Soaking in MMO for a week now and will try to hand crank after we pull the head.

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    still here but in the last 8 years didnt do so much on the supra any more, just drive maybe once in a month!
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    Not sure if I'm a senior but I've had my supra for 10 years now. Garage queen for the first two years. After that I drove it every summer until 3 or 4 years ago when I started with my paint job where I'm doing everything myself. Lots and lots of colorsanding. But it's starting to go back together now, hope to drive it this summer &#x1f60b;

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    Hey guys, still lurking also. Still have the Supra, still don't have time to finish it. Bigger priorities now (just had our 5th kiddo) but still hoping to some day drive her again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mobes View Post
    Hey guys, still lurking also. Still have the Supra, still don't have time to finish it. Bigger priorities now (just had our 5th kiddo) but still hoping to some day drive her again.
    There's a name I haven't seen in a while! As for the new kiddo, congrats, should be useful around the farm bud.

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