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Flame of the Year: the craziest of the crazy
15th December 2000: We're a buch of tits
8th December 2000: Reg pays for sex
1st December 2000: A truly derailed man
24th November 2000: The site's going down the toilet
17th November 2000: You can take your politics and shove it up your...
10th November 2000: Excreta consumption
Undated: AMD gets it right, and we don't
20th October 2000, part II: Middle East and Reg don't mix
20th October 2000, part I: We're biased
6th October 2000: True delusion
11th September 2000: We are Intel lapdogs
1st September 2000: Scruffy student replies
18th August 2000: We are drunk, lying, dying losers
11th August 2000: Register is dull!
4th August 2000: The British are scum
4th August 2000: Flame pain in our brain
28th July 2000: Yee-haw, Yankees get a-fiesty
15th July 2000: You're a bunch of cowards!

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