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Date Posted: 07:37:05 12/22/06 Fri
Author: MichaelSD
Subject: Re: Slayage.tv????? (maybe rose as Whedon.info ?
In reply to: Sunshine 's message, "Re: Slayage.tv?????" on 10:55:06 12/21/06 Thu

Will "it" rise again? No, its just dead. (website). To it to rise again, it has to suck your blood. Then you have to suck its blood. It's like this whole big sucking thing.

(if you're thinking of: that is, "buffy.nu" came from "buffy.tv" or something with .tv (i want to say domain, but wrong word). "buffy.nu" is now "whedon.info" (you do the www part). if this was/is what your missing, don't let the front/home page scare ya...)

If not "it", quoting Fred after she got off Angel's horse ("Over the Rainbow", A2x21), texas accent: "bye", prnounced, ahem, "bi"...)

About dead buffy stuff: Who said "All this has happened before. All this will happen again". (Number Six, G. Baltar, (Dune characters: Stilgar, Bijaz, Leto II)

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