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    say no more loydall's Avatar
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    Cripes.

    16 years later. Forgot this place existed (sort of).

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    Flashkit historian Frets's Avatar
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    Damn all of this is so far behind me now. It's a dream of a memory of a dream.

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    congratulations!

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    Closing in on 18 years...

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    Wow, just got a birthday email from flashkit...the only internet site to wish me a happy birthday. I’m 40 years old now. Joined this site when I was still in college. Now I feel old as hell. Wow Gerbick, 18 years. Think about that. When you first joined this site there was a kid who wasn’t even born yet who is now an adult. How you doing man?!? Had many fun times here, message boards were the sh*t, before social media came along and destroyed everything. Still wonder how this place even exists with flash being pretty much dead.

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    i can't believe it's been so long.
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    Ay Dios mío! We're talking about 22 years now, soon 23.

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    Earliest post on my original account is 2003, not quite 20 years ago. I was 14, with a *ahem* not-entirely-legitimate copy of Flash (though my school later had it properly licensed). I never ended up much good at the design/graphics side of things, but these days I have over a decade of professional C++ experience and my favourite part of the job is teaching/mentoring, so I really appreciate the time much more experienced folks put into helping me back then. It's nice to remember the silly little games I made that only I and maybe two friends played.

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