Matthew Preston | March 5, 2002
So I finally decided to start a TV Themes Game online at my WebSite. My games in the past have been destined to fail, but I have a good fealing about this one. Mostly because it uses PHP to handle just about everything. Players can sign up for an account at cardhustler.com. Prizes will be awarded!

Scott Hardie | March 6, 2002
Glad to see it start! I will mention it to the goo list next week.

Question though - In order to submit a guess, I have to provide a login, but no such field is on the new player registration page. Is "login" my name or my email address or what?

Scott Hardie | March 6, 2002
Ah, I see. Once you fill out the registration form, you get the login by email. Still confusing I think. :-|

Kelly Lee | March 7, 2002
For god's sake Matt, authorize me on your icq list!

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i keep trying to talk to you on there


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