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  • She went on the boards when it looked like she wasn't going to be able to get her wildfeed, and got a major spoiler for something that hasn't happened yet, from somebody who put the spoiler in his subject line.

    October 24th, 2003

  • I'll bring a bunch of chicken to throw on the grill, along with some onions and peppers! decibel. places - Sat, 2010-08-28 19: 33 ok so we got grilled chicken sandwiches, eggplant parm heroes and hot dogs .. do we have any vegetarian stuff? how about the all american hamburger? wildfeed - Thu, 2010-09-02 16: 17 forestmars - Fri, 2010-09-03 14: 28

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  • The rest is encoded from the BBC HD wildfeed posted to usenet by Threepwood, with the original audio.

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  • There's a new episode of Buffy on tonight, but I'm such a spoiler whore that I already read the entire wildfeed so there will be no surprises.

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  • (fr. Wordspy, n.) A satellite transmission of a TV show or other broadcast that isn't meant for public viewing.

    May 14, 2008