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For all the P-Webbers who left us behind

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 12:32 pm
by buckshot
I came here a reclusive introvert, and was made welcome by you all, I soon felt included and became "better" for being here. I guess I kinda needed this place at the time and am now better able to put myself out there than before. I reckon we all needed something different from this place. It's been fun for me to watch you younger folks finish growing up , getting educated , getting hitched up and starting your familys , and the inevitable getting caught up with life and making life and moving on. I feel great about getting to know some of you "sort of" and watching you get on with it. I'm going to miss this place and what it was for me, and us . PS. We had a wonderfull thing going on here! A place where a complete stranger is welcome to come in and be part of things, with little in common and where nearly all opinions are at least heard. I can't help but to think that if some people had little communitys like this where they could hash out their issues and get good caring feedback, than just maybe there would not be as many "goofy fucks" out there plotting to hurt innocent folks! Later, love you all

Re: For all the P-Webbers who left us behind

Posted: Sat Feb 24, 2018 1:25 pm
by Gravity Defier
I'll raise a glass to that. :limeaid:

I lived the fear and anxiety of these days for so long, when things were still active but obviously declining, that I think many things I said and did helped it come on faster. I have tons of regrets regarding Pweb but a lot to be happy and proud of, too. I don't regret not handing this place over to EA; that is not here, regardless of whatever thin partnership was set up. I do regret how I treated a lot of people when I felt inconsequential. I am proud of how much I loved everyone.

I got a text commenting on the ghost town this place is from an older user the other day and I couldn't even be sad. I can't be sad over this. This place either meant enough to people that they would choose to make time for it, regardless of commitments, or they wouldn't. It has become what people wanted and allowed it to become. I can't fault them. I can only accept it.

Re: For all the P-Webbers who left us behind

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:15 pm
by Satya
Days go by, and still I think of you~