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    Default squirrel emoticons...

    so, as usual there are a lot of emoticons on the forum, I was sad to see the minute amount of squirrel related ones, so I did a google search and sure enough there are tons...



    some are just too awesome to not have available on the forum, maybe the board-owner could add some...?

    squirrel emoticons...

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    Default Re: squirrel emoticons...

    Wow! That is a lot of emoticons!!!

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    Default Re: squirrel emoticons...

    love em!
    thanks
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    Default Re: squirrel emoticons...

    As the relatively new owner of TSB, I'd be happy to look into adding emoticons. I know there are some issues with some of them, because they can open a board to viruses, etc., so we'll be cautious. But I promise to check them out as we are slowly upgrading the site .
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    Default Re: squirrel emoticons...

    right on, I understand there is a threat of viruses, those however are involved when you download packs of them, from advertisements. Usually more of a spyware than a virus. however, better to be safe than sorry.

    If you're a new board owner, thanks, glad someone was here to keep this wealth of knowledge going for me to learn from, and also don't sweat the emoticons then. There is a bit of coding to get them into the vb system, likely more problems than they are worth for someone not familiar.

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