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I am back. I hope you all missed me

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Erm, who are you?

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i am the world famous metsnfins

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Every day you were gone was an eternity to me. I nearly drowned in tears. Now that you are back, life has meaning.

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I'm sorry, I''m still new. How is he significant to the website?

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metsnfins domesticated the horse in 5,800 BC. Without the horse, no horsehide, no baseball. Any further questions?

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Also, around 3000 BC metsnfins was the first to cultivate and develop Kentucky bluegrass, directly leading to our ability to play baseball on grass. Historical records are unclear whether this was before or after he developed the first ash trees for use as bats


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Unfortunately, a few years ago, he also came up with the review process for challenges in games. For that heinous baseball crime, he was banned from all baseball-related sites.

How did he get loose? and whose turn was it to watch him?

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I’m sorry I asked lol

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the dead sea scrolls depict metsnfins as the one true lord of the ocean. Poseidon himself imbued metsnfins with the ability to control all water and creatures born in it. Rumor has it that the citizens of Atlantis went on a baseball strike for a new CBA and this act invoked metsnfins wrath up them. The city has been lost ever since

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On October 8th 1871 somebody told METSNFINS that Mrs. O'Leary (of the Chicago O'Learys) was quite the fan of her White Stockings (the precursor to the White Sox) so he hauled off and punched her cow. It caused the cow to knock over a lantern starting the infamous Great Chicago Fire which subsequently burned the team's stadium to the ground along with all of their uniforms and equipment.

Later it turned out the ol' lady just liked pale hosiery.

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Oh for the love of God... πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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Its nice to see some light hearted comradery on the boards for a change...keep going with this thread

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In the early 90's metsnfins began top secret work in an undergound lab at the University of Chicago. In the same spot that Oppenheimer worked, it was metsnfins who developed the new strand of anabolic steroids that led to the great home run race of 1998.

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How did metsnfins help the Dbacks win their only championship up to date?

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"How did metsnfins help the Dbacks win their only championship up to date?"

He allowed it.

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He convinced Mariano to blow the lead and convinced Jeter to miss the ground ball that Mo allowed late in game 7

Edit: correction, sorry my bad, it was a line drive, not a grounder...

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metsfins was on the grassy knoll........

- The Sheik

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It was metsnfins who gave F. Scott Fitzgerald the inspiration for his opening line: "In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I've been turning over in my mind ever since. Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, he told me, just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the advantages that you've had."

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β€œThat’s one small step for Metsfins ... one giant leap for mankind.”

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Or, maybe it's one giant leap for Mets FANS...

Oh wait, that actually happens when they hope for luck avoiding debilitating injuries each year... πŸ˜‰πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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F Scott Fitzgerald?

why did you say that to Scott Fitzgerald, what did he ever do to you?

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he IS back!

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lol, man there are some creative people out there! :)

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Metsnfins worked with the CIA and CDC to create a baby with the strength of a grown man. On March 29, 1994 Metsnfins entered Atlanta City Hospital's Maternity Ward. Carrying the baby born in a lab (disguised as a ventilator in a box), he entered the room in which the babies were being monitored. Wearing a disguise as a father and holding a fake ID named Scott Olson, he asked to see a baby boy named Matthew Olson. He asked the doctor to walk out of the room to check on his "wife", and quickly but sneakily switched the lab-grown baby and little Matthew. When the doctor returned, he never noticed the change. Metsnfins' 26-year conspiracy is finally paying off as the lab-grown baby hits 80 homers a year in Metsnfins' Best of 2017 auto leagues.

PC now has a copypasta

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Mmm copy pasta