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    I know there are some server issues etc. This may be a totally unrelated matter.
    About the time the site went down for the first time, at least one thread that I know of disappeared. As of 1840 EST today it has not resurfaced.

    The thread name was something like: Famous People You've Played With. Not sure of the exact name. Also not sure if anyone really cares about this. Just thought I'd mention it in case it helps with the reboot.

    Looks like member comments/questions are not wanted in the 'New Server' sticky thread so I started a new one. Hope that's ok.
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    You are correct. It was called "I played with....".

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    I think it was an imaginary thread. None of those stories were actually true but the posters all dreamt them or fantasized.
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    It may or may not reappear after everything is restored. Scott and Dan are working on getting as much back as they can.
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    There's good news and bad news.

    Good news, we're on the new server now and my future career as a driver for Uber has been delayed.

    Bad news. That discussion appears to have vanished in thin air. It was nowhere to be found so it must have occurred at just the wrong moment in time.

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    I thought about posting on that thread, just as well, no need to hear my boring stories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandolin Cafe View Post
    There's good news and bad news.

    Good news, we're on the new server now and my future career as a driver for Uber has been delayed.

    Bad news. That discussion appears to have vanished in thin air. It was nowhere to be found so it must havce occurred at just the wrong moment in time.
    Lol

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    For a very brief moment I thought i had found the entry portal to a parallel universe Mandolin Cafe but it was only Bizarro World Mandolin Cafe. Oh well...
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