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An Archeologist's Request
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last post: Jul 19, 2020
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An Archeologist's Request

1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-07-18 23:48
This place has a sizable history, all preserved.
I found myself going through older threads.
It's a nice contrast to the usual rot data takes on.

You can almost feel yourself falling into place, as you unknowingly mimic the movements of your predecessors.
The tint of the time makes you feel different about the thoughts shared.
It can be uncanny.

Regardless, I want you to go through the postbox's past, and share a post you found interesting.
Maybe you'll discover something more in the process.
2 Name: Paperplane : 2020-07-19 06:10
Found this Christmas thread from almost 7 years ago:
→/read/1387438041

I discovered some new links to this page which I didn't know about!
3 Name: Anonymous : 2020-07-19 09:07
I looked through and came across this very comfy post. Looking through the archives brought back some very comfy feelings. Even though the post office may be an exception to this, I find that much of the "magic" that existed on the internet 10 years ago has dissipated. How tragic.

/read/1383771479
4 Name: Anonymous : 2020-07-19 09:08
>>3
whoops, I miss-copied the link
→/read/1383771479
5 Name: Anonymous : 2020-08-05 18:54
I will later on today, but bumping for now to avoid this becoming history itself

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