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  Lobbing Paper Airplanes to Front of House
Posted by: Va te faire foutre - 2014-04-27, 23:30:37 - Forum: Messages - No Replies

Seems I cannot respond to the Front of House thread.
I like it in the front, the aesthetics of the spittoon are soothing. But it seems someone has moved the spittoons. As I was saying, just wondering if it is possible to have access to the archived sections of the forum, or to know why it was closed off. There was some material I wrote i want to get, or at least read, but it seems I only have access to parts of the forum I never wrote in.

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  Contact
Posted by: Belote - 2010-07-06, 09:11:02 - Forum: Contact - No Replies

The logging in procedure is somewhat complicated to avoid spam but may be passed through without too much bloodshed by contacting editor(at)lettersjournal.org

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