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Fun With 30gigs and WordPress Invites October 25, 2005

Posted by Leita in Flotsam/Jetsam, Internet, Wordpress.com.
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In the preceeding post Invites to 30gigs.com Available, a chronic commenter has left several cryptic messages in an unintelligible language. It’s obvious he/she is asking for an invite but in what language? What exactly is being said? The best I can decypher is “I gave.. “

Can you do better? Post a comment explaining what this person is saying and in what language and I’ll give you a 30gigs.com invite. Make it clever, witty and well-written and I’ll throw in a WordPress.com invite as well.

Extra points for commenters who will use the wordpress invite to start an engaging blog on any topic that does not focus on video games, Web2.0, the latest buzz or use the word “meme” more than once a month.

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Fun With 30gigs and WordPress Invites October 25, 2005

Posted by Leita in Flotsam/Jetsam, Internet, Wordpress.com.
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In the preceeding post Invites to 30gigs.com Available, a chronic commenter has left several cryptic messages in an unintelligible language. It’s obvious he/she is asking for an invite but in what language? What exactly is being said? The best I can decypher is “I gave.. “

Can you do better? Post a comment explaining what this person is saying and in what language and I’ll give you a 30gigs.com invite. Make it clever, witty and well-written and I’ll throw in a WordPress.com invite as well.

Extra points for commenters who will use the wordpress invite to start an engaging blog on any topic that does not focus on video games, Web2.0, the latest buzz or use the word “meme” more than once a month.

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