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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Joe Blow, Dec 20, 2013.

  1. Joe Blow

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    Merry Christmas everyone!

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    ASF is about nine and a half years old now, and more than 20,000 threads have been created in that time. There's some great threads out there, so I thought it's about time we had one thread to act as a reference point. Perhaps there's another one of these threads out there that I've somehow missed, and if there is I might merge this one with it to give it a bump.

    Most of our newest members probably haven't had a good look into the ASF archives yet, so perhaps it's time to dig up some gems and bring them to the surface?

    What has been the thread that you have found the most valuable, interesting or entertaining?

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    +1

    I'd have to agree that amongst the many illuminating threads here at ASF, the squirrels thread is difficult to surpass.

    Having a low maintenance garden where everything happily grows unaided, I am insufficiently qualified to fully appreciate the flowers thread. (The only time I ever have cause to work in my garden is when those annoying council enforcement officers make unannounced visits threatening me with legal action for noncompliance with their offensive epistles.)
     
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    Without a doubt it has got to be the "Resisting Climate Hysteria" Thread. Just like the The Lernaean Hydra, if you cut off one head it simply regenerates another cranium more obtuse than the last.
     
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