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Has this website ever gotten an endorsment?

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Just curious as to whether any of the TLS team have ever made mention of this website or forum in a public forum? Just curious
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Daniel "Mr. Archibald entrant" said he mentioned it to Santo and they know about it. He mentions it in his thread on his entry.
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I think in much the same way that someone acknowledges they have a pimple on their bottom.
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When I uploaded my YouTube video of the London Get This rally I had the URL up at the beginning of the clip, and when that clip got played on the show a few hundred people looked it up as a result. They didn't actually mention the URL on the show though.

Anyway as Daniel said Santo said, they love it. I bet they're here every day.
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Kim, I think I'd agree with Mason. Really, haven't you heard that thing about how people who are in the public eye hate googling their own names? :)
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... except for the ones googling themselves constantly, of course. My money's on Jason Stephens.
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What I meant is that who wants to read all the negative stuff written about them? I'm sure Mick isn't googling his name in a hurry, and a couple of the Working Dog guys seem so self-important I'm surprised that they'd have heard of the internet. :)
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yeah I don't think many celebs would want to read fan rants about themselves....maybe.
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It depends on the celeb. Graeme Garden supposedly reads the Goodies Rule - OK forum and Stephen Fry's well known for his Facebook activities, but some totally ignore the whole thing altogether.
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It'd also depend on whether they were working at the time - there's a big difference between checking out some forums to see what people are saying about your latest show (of course, it'd probably go like "they think The Nation is shit? What do those losers know!") and hanging around trying to get some cheap love.
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