What made aol think removing the message boards was a good idea? A lot of friends were lost because of it...sad!

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I agree suz.  I would also like to know.

POWs & MIAs: You will not be forgotten. 'They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.' ~ Benjamin Franklin

thank goodness most of our AOL Board Community has now moved to Facebook. 

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