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I like it much better without the AOL message boards around. I have email and Face Book where I stay in touch with people, and the best part about FB is, there isn't anyone trying to push anyone around. On the AOL boards that I frequented, there was so much chaos and fighting going on. After AOL ...

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It'll NEVER happen! They're too deep into what they've done. They'd have to start from the very beginning again and they don't have the resources to do so.