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Re: Mambo Community Held Hostage Day 6

Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:46 pm
by Regenerate
Dunno who this Spartacus guy is, but I am the lone mamber

ps check my blog: http://lonemamber.[URL banned].com


Re: Mambo Community Held Hostage Day 6

Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:48 pm
by rjs
I don't know who the lone mamber is. I can say that I've enjoyed the laughter and the comical side to all of this. It sure relieves tension. That and I am an old John Wayne fan.

Keep up the good work no matter who you are. We need a bit of comedy around here.

Re: Mambo Community Held Hostage Day 6

Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 12:22 am
by lonemamber
Awww, why thankye, ya'll give this ol' cowboy a warm feelin' in the cockles of me heart stronger even than that aged cactus juice they have down at the saloon.

Doin' my best to keep an eye out on the plains tho, roamin' about the permiters of this here land of ours makin' sure the varmits don't encroach none. Can't rightly call meself a lone mamber if I hang around these parts chattin' all the time, now could I?

Anyways, we're all awaitin' on the namin', very soon now. Have a mosey over to my humble blog around the time, I'll see what I can't rustle up to give ya'll somethin' to read pertainin' to the matter.

Thankye kindly for the support,

The Lone Mamber

p.s. Durnit, now I aint even sure who I am!

Re: Mambo Community Held Hostage Day 6

Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 5:51 pm
by element
OMG, it's like a really bad case of deja vu. I had a Dutch roomate when I lived in Spain and he did this hilarious impression of an American by throwing on his thickest John Wayne accent. Apearantly it's a Dutch national passion to watch outdated westerns to learn "proper American" :D

P.S. At least were not responsible for Hugh Grant! You know what kinda English he speaks right!

Re: Mambo Community Held Hostage Day 6

Posted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 2:07 am
by lonemamber
Wy, I'm glad ya'll can appreciate my humble writin' ;)

Funny as it is, I noticed another comment from a fan over on the ol' homestead, from a young chap by the name of "Peter Lamont":

"...the Lone Mamber's writing, albeit fictional, has always been funny and well written and I quite enjoy it."

Goes to show that Miro CEO and Mambo Foundation president is one marble short of a poker game, he sure does write some odd things.

Anyways, ya'll can see that proclamation of Lamont's love for Lone Mamber as a quote testifyin' on the blog frontpage.

Will wonders never cease.

Thankye kindly,

The Lone Mamber