Discussion in 'Attention Seekers' started by Mercenary, Jul 5, 2017.
with only 2 regular posters
Hahaha the magic of nexopia
It's like herpes
Or we're herpes
Not sure which is which
You guys are definitely herpes
You'll never get rid of us
Awe who said we wanted to <3
How do I turn off email notifications lol
In preferences? idk mine are off it should be in there somewhere
Just use a throwaway email and you won't have that problem.
I refuse to back down
lmao MichaelR literally destroyed this website.. and then they went and revamped it into this crap
But without MichaelR
So I guess this makes us the herpes. Thanks, Merc.
Pretty sure you have my megaman theme squirelled away somewhere MichaelR I'm gonna need to get that back from you MichaelR
Strangely, I really do enjoy the fact that we are keeping this place afloat on stubbornness and good intentions alone. Makes me feel like we are rebels or something.
That, we are.
I wonder how many people have discovered/remembered Nexopia because of a certain book that mentioned it alongside VampireFreaks and MySpace... I certainly had forgotten all about all three of those sites until I read it.
The book is "Runaway Devil"... you probably heard about it at some point. It isn't about any of those sites, but it certainly mentions them a fair bit.
I missed out on the heyday of the entire English-speaking "side" of the internet because of a language barrier... and I still hate it.
Look it up, I guess. It ain't pleasant, but it's a great read.
Yep. Nexopia is featured quite heavily because both of them (and several witnesses) used to post on these very forums... and without going into spoiler territory, most of the most damming evidence against both of them came from their Nexopia profiles and DMs.
I didn't know about that other case! Man, Nexopia was early internet's Facebook, huh?
Some stuff from that particular case is still preserved online, mostly because their profiles across many sites were being targeted by outraged citizens and random internet folk alike. It must have been quite the spectacle to suddenly log onto your Nexopia or VF page and see the circus unfolding.
We had a site just as popular as the old Nexopia... it was so great, it was even featured on TV (that's how I found it, actually). It was my very first forum, too.
It's still around, but deader than this place and not even the staff visits it anymore.
Not entirely sure why the plug hasn't been pulled yet.
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