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  • Hey WsWistRam

    I saw your reply today on the thread I posted Titan Troubles. What was that all about? I know it's a Rams board and if any Rams over here ever posted anything, maybe I wouldn't have to post stuff on the other teams. But you guys sit back, post nothing, and then criticize when someone posts some info. I just thought Ram fans would want to know what was going on with their rivals?
    Maybe you didn't mean anything by the reply, but I thought it was uncalled for.

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    With all thats going on in the world right now, I don't have the energy to respond to this. I probably didn't review the whole post carefully. All I know is it seems lately too many people are riding my ass. Enough hate in the world. Don't be so sensitive. Please. There is an area for general football talk. Just thought it qualified. Not my forum. I'll keep my nose out of it from now on.


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