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    Thumbs up The "GoZagsWooHoo Greetings" Thread

    Uber suggested Woohoo's wonderful greetings would be a cool thread. . .of course, Uber is too busy and or lazy to follow up on his idea (he's like Former1Dog in that regard. . .and Kitz has already made a superb suggestion as to how the "good idea fairies" ought to be dealt with. . . )

    So, in the interest of fun, what follows is a recap ( not 100% guaranteed ) of WooHoo's greetings to date. . .if I miss any, well. . .that's Foo for you. . .


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    WELCOME zaginhiding! Allow myself to introduce....myself...

    I am woohoo, aka WooPoemBoyHoo



    I'm pretty much the coolest guy on the board when it comes to writing poems and other forms of incoherant literature. As a matter of fact, I have been posting in a zags forum for about 4 years now, and I am the agreed upon best poem guy the board has ever seen. I actually helped write most of the songs performed by the group Milli Vanilli. I once constructed a word tower out of paper mache, all the words in the tower rhymed. Children from all nations came to my hometown in Missouri to climb the word tower. It was even given a special blessing by MC Hammer. After I decided to close the tower exhibit, I crumpled the tower to pieces, and took all of the words and wrote a song out of it. The Word Tower was one of the most famous paper mache towers ever constructed, it was what legends are made of. Matter of fact, the song that I wrote from the crumpled tower is one of the most famous songs.....EVER. Especially on this board. I sold the song to a red headed guy named Rick. Anyways, I have even written special poems for posters on this board. For instance, one of my best poems was written for a poster named Lothar. I was proud of that one, I was able to rhyme the word "body-cavity" with "banana". *Sigh*....what a great poem... Then there was the poem I wrote for Bobzag...although...it wasn't very popular because the rhymes weren't very creative...the best rhyme I could come up with for his poem was the word "Doom" rhyming with "Gloom"...but anyways, Welcome aboard zaginhiding. Nice to have you.
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    Default Topdog Zag

    TOPDOGZAG, welcome to the board!!!

    I am woohoo, aka WooseamstressHoo.




    I'm pretty much the coolest guy on the board when it comes to fashion and clothing. I once designed a pair of blue jeans that had a hole in the crotch. You may have seen them featured on SNL, I called them "Balls Out Jeans". They are pretty comfortable, unless you sit on something made from wood. I got a pretty nasty splinter doing that once...but anyways. I design clothes all the time, but have not always been as successful at it as I am now. For instance, last December I tried to release a line of clothing where I made underwear out of aluminum foil. It looked REALLY cool, but it was a mess for a poster on this board named "former1dog". Don't tell anyone, but he has a problem with wetting his pants. If you have ever dealt with aluminum foil, you may notice that it isn't very absorbent. This caused a problem for former1 when he went pee-pee. Also, I made a pair of zags replica basketball shorts out of styrophome and lighter fluid once. I sold them to a poster on this board named 229SintoZag. He sent me his hospital bill because he was wearing the shorts and farted, the friction between his legs caused a spark which ignited the lighter fluid, setting the shorts ablaze. Luckily, the styrophome quickly melted, and the flame disappeared, but the melted material gave him a pretty nasty injury to his hoo-hoo dilly area. (Sinto, I'm still sorry about that one). Anyways, I don't have time to tell you the story about Rubaddub and the bra he requested for his blowup doll (the doll is only meant to scare off intruders).

    Anyways, welcome aboard.
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    Default FlyZag

    Welcome Flyzag! Allow myself to introduce...myself...

    I am woohoo, aka WoointroductoryspecialistextrordinaireHoo.



    That is TOTALLY awesome that you brought up the He-Man fan club! Oddly enough, I still have the picture you poster of yourself when you were the "He-Man Fan of the Month".


    But like I said, that is totally awesome!

    I'm glad you've made your way back to the board though, allow me to update you on a couple things. I am pretty much the coolest guy on the board when it comes to Dolls and toys now since you had left. I used to play with He-Man, until one day I was having He-Man lead a destructive force of GI Joe's acrossed the Sahara Desert (my mom's antique dining room table) and He-Man was assassinated by my older sister's "Jordan from New Kids on The Block" doll. I took that one pretty hard. (Don't worry though, the good guys won in the end. The GI Joe's found Jordan's secret hiding place and captured/tortured him for 2 days. Then my 1 foot tall replica doll of John Denver came in and popped Jordan's head off). That Mr. Denver doll was praised for 2 weeks straight until everyone found out he got Teacher Barbie pregnant, which was a pretty awkard situation since she was suppost to be dating my Mr. T doll. Anyways, you might not want to bring up dolls and toys with some other members from this board. For instance, I hear Rubaddub still brings ALL FIVE members of his New Kids on The Block collector series dolls into the bath tub with him. Then there is former1, who watches every single zags game sitting next to a 2 foot tall "Sloth" (from Goonies) doll while he wears his "Chunk" (also from Goonies) T-shirt. But...the craziest one is probably LIZF, from what I hear, he has a life sized blow-up doll in his house. He says he uses it to scare off burglars, but I still don't understand why she always has this "surprised gasp" look on her face...

    Anyways, welcome to the board!


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    Welcome to the board dnj116!!! Allow myself to introduce...myself...

    I am woohoo, aka WooPrinceofPersiaHoo.

    I am pretty much the most powerful poster on this board, politically speaking that is. No lie, I am actually the 3rd youngest mayor in the United States. I am mayor of St. Clair, MO, and I'm 24 years old. So thats pretty cool. So if you ever have any questions about policits, I'm your man. I'm going for my second term here in January, so wish me luck. I have done alot of good in my town while being mayor. I made a new law that you cannot cross a street with a goat unless you have it on a leash. There are a couple posters you should avoid when it comes to politics though. For instance, Zagnative once got arrested for urinating in a voting booth, true story. Then there was last election time with MDABE, he was trying to poke a hole in his little voting tab card, and he stabbed through the card and into his index finger! They posted pictures of it on the forum here, it was hilarious. Last but not least, there is former1dog, he doesn't know much about politics at all, and rarely discusses them...so be careful. Anyways, welcome aboard!!!


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    Welcome Zagsballer!!!

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    I am woohoo, aka WooMasterofDisguiseHoo.


    I'm pretty much the fitness guru of this board, so if you ever have questions about which excersizes to perform to enhance certain muscles and body parts, just let me know. I have released 4 fitness videos into the mainstream media. The first one was called "5 minute triceps", the second one was "Cankle Remover 2000", the third video was "Why is Former1dog's Right Forearm Muscle Twice as Big as His Left", and finally the fourth video "The Cheerleading Squad Called Me Horse-Man in High School" <------- (NSFW). But anyways, there are a few other posters on this board that have used my workout system. For example, did you know Rubbadub used to have 6 chins?? With only 16 months on my "5 Minute Triceps" Video, he still had 6 chins, but also added a tricep muscle, way to go Rub! Anyways, welcome Zagsballer


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    Willandi- WELCOME TO THE BOARD!!!

    Allow myself to introduce....myself. I am woohoo, aka WooCaptainHoo.


    I'm pretty much the most well-known poster on this board. If you ask any sports analysts or rival coaches about the most popular posters on the Zags Forum, they will all list me. So if you ever need a letter of recommendation for anything, just ask me, because I am THAT popular. If you want to avoid the "losers" on this board, stay away from guys like El Voce, Rubbadub, Lothar, and ZagPhish, because they are all wierd. I also heard that Lothar has worked as a bird poop cleaner guy at a local used car dealer for like the last 18 years, so stay especially far from that guy....

    Anyways, welcome aboard!!!


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    CJM---WELCOME TO THE BOARD!!!

    Allow myself to introduce....myself. I am woohoo, aka WooSpecialKidHoo.

    I'm pretty much the best guy on this board when it comes to athletic skills. I once played a YMCA league game and scored 16 points....IN THE FIRST HALF! Ya, thats right. I finished with 19 points, but it's all good. The rest of the guys on this board aren't really that athletic. Take former1dog for example. He once tried to run a 3k race because he thought first prize was $3,000. He ended up running a 16:05, but when he realized he had 2 miles to go, he just quit. Other than him, some of the other really unathletic guys on this board would be Rubbadub, LongIslandZagFan, Lothar, and Zagnative. Anyways, nice to have you aboard.


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    Default st. al

    WELCOME HOME! Allow myself to introduce...myself...

    My name is Woohoo, also known as Doogie WooHauser.


    I'm pretty much the coolest guy on this board. If you pay attention to the other posters, most of them are just plain odd...(except LIZF and Angelo, they're ok I guess...). But everyone else gives me that creepy "40 year old son still living in mom's basement" kind of vibe. Me on the other hand, I'm rich, I'm a ladies man, and I am starting my own clock company where I will make clocks with a universal time. That way, we don't have to worry about stupid time zones anymore.


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    Welcome HOOTER! Allow myself to introduce....myself...

    I am Woohoo, also known as Woofreakinhoo.

    I'm pretty much the guy on the board with the most skills. I've got poem skills, basketball skills, computer hacking skills...so if you ever need anything special done, you should come to me. I have good skills. Welcome.


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    Welcome to the forum drnoe! I do not believe I've met your acquaintance as of yet. Allow myself to introduce....myself.

    I am Woohoo, better known as "Time Management Co-ordinator".


    I am pretty much the hardest working person on this board. Most of the posters don't have jobs and they just sit here waiting for new threads to pop up all day (many of which go to special area's know only as "The Foo" to watch their own threads pop up, and then reply to their own thread...over and over and over). You may want to watch out for those wierdos. otherwise, glad to have you aboard.


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    Welcome aboard kind sir! Allow myself to introduce.....myself.

    I am Woohoo, make of all that is odd on this board.


    I can pretty much tell you anything about any of the posters on this board, so if you want to know backgrounds, opinions, social security #'s of any of the other posters, just let me know. Secondly, I am probably the coolest person on this board. So if you want to know how cool they get...you're lookin at em. That's alot of cool though, huh? Welcome


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    Welcome aboard TRhyno!

    Allow myself to introduce.....myself...

    I am Woohoo. AKA, The Woohooster




    I am better known as the forum distributor. If you have any problems or issues, just let me know. In my earlier posting days, everyone used to call me, "The Enforcer".


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    Default baitcast

    Well hello there! Welcome! Allow myself to introduce....myself...

    My name is Woohoo.


    I am the board enthusiast, aka, board concierge. If you need anything, please let me know. (except if you need to know what time it is).


    ***Edited to add: I'm pretty much the smartest guy on here, except for maybe Angelo, BZ, CDC, LIZF, former1, El Voce, lothar, zag79, Uber, Renozag, 229Sinto, and zagslug. So other than them, im the smartest.


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    Being as you are a first time poster, allow myself to introduce....myself.

    My name is Woohoo, and I am basically the zags forum extrordinairre. So if you have any questions, needs, nostalgic phrasing help, look no further than to me.

    Congratulations on meeting me.




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    shouldn't this be in the HOF forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UberZagFan View Post
    shouldn't this be in the HOF forum?
    Perhaps. . .


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    It's curious to see them lined up like that, sort of like an artist's progression and development over time. This could be an exhibit for the NY Guggenheim.

    "woohoo's later work exhibits a je ne sais quoi, an elusive yet balanced amalgam of satire and truly plebeian expression. It is airy, unsophisticated and unforced. This is the artful welcome of a message board poet and it is not concerned with conventional constraints of sensibility, truth or reason."
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post

    It's curious to see them lined up like that,. . . "
    Should have started with the oldest first, newest at the bottom. . .my bad. . .going forward, the newer ones will be at the bottom of this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Uber suggested Woohoo's wonderful greetings would be a cool thread. . .of course, Uber is too busy and or lazy to follow up on his idea (he's like Former1Dog in that regard. . .and Kitz has already made a superb suggestion as to how the "good idea fairies" ought to be dealt with. . .

    So, in the interest of fun, what follows is a recap ( not 100&#37; guaranteed ) of WooHoo's greetings to date. . .if I miss any, well. . .that's Foo for you. . .
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    HOF thread, IMO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    It's curious to see them lined up like that, sort of like an artist's progression and development over time. This could be an exhibit for the NY Guggenheim.

    "woohoo's later work exhibits a je ne sais quoi, an elusive yet balanced amalgam of satire and truly plebeian expression. It is airy, unsophisticated and unforced. This is the artful welcome of a message board poet and it is not concerned with conventional constraints of sensibility, truth or reason."
    Is the world truly ready for a Postmodern Woo Hoo ?

    I shudder to think of the ramifications, especially once his message begins spanning the International Date Line, and multiple time zones. . .


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    See, some of us in the Foo do have great ideas. And it's actually pretty cool when somebody acts on them.
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    Default Dazags. . .

    Wecome Dazags!!!

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    I am woohoo, aka WooVideoConstructionistHoo.



    I'm pretty much the coolest guy on this board when it comes to putting together VHS tapes (the actual constructional portion). Basically, I make the actual tape itself, so unfortunatley, I can't help you in your dilemma with your son. Let me take a second to tell you about my earlier days in video tape construction. I was amazingly good at putting together cardboard boxes when I used to work down at Tom's Adult Store, and I was approached one day by a man that said, "Holy crap, thats a nice cardboard box you just constructed. What do you say you bring those skills to my company, to make VHS tapes? I'll pay you top dollar." How could I refuse that? So, I joined TFHCOVHSTCI. (The Franklin Hibbart Company Of Video Home System Tape Construction Incorporated). I actually set the Thompson County record for most tapes constructed in 7 minutes (2 tapes). My tapes have gone on to become excellent movies. Like the home movie our dear friend former1 made of himself and a poo castle (like a sand castle, only with poo). There is also an excellent VHS library of dozens of tapes of LIZF shooting baskets and talking about the old days (picture Uncle Rico from Napoleon Dynamite). There have also been unsuccesful tapes too...like the one ZagNative made where she reads childrens books and tried to sell it to Elementary Schools. It sold 4 copies because apparently she kept messing up words and mumbling expletives. (By the way, 3 of those copies were purchased by her family). Anyways, gotta got back to work, just wanted to say WELCOME ABOARD!!!

    Tell your son thanks for his service to this country, btw.


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    Welcome Zagthunder!!!
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    I am woohoo, aka WooPhotoEnhancementSpecialistHoo.


    I'm pretty much the coolest guy on this board when it comes to taking photos and analyzing photography configurations. I actually used to take pictures for the Louisiana Tribune back in the mid 80's. One of my best pieces of work was when I captured a few photos of a turtle pooping. That may not seem that cool, but if you think back on how often you have actually witnessed a turtle pooping, its a rarity, and to capture it on film, MAGNIFICENT. I've also taken some photos of posters on this board, but I'll have to admit I'm not that proud of those pictures...take for instance the time I took pictures of Zagpants, the camera that I use is one of the most expensive, high quality cameras you can ever buy, so it will really show great clarity and details. I took a photo of him looking over his shoulder, so most of the picture was from behind him. When I developed the picture, it was so clear that you could see this really dark skid-mark showing through his pants. We did not keep that photo... And then there is the time I had a photoshoot with Lothar, he was showing some of his current personal photo albums to give me examples of pictures he wanted. Turns out he grabbed the wrong photo album and we stumbled upon his collection of animal porn. I'll never look at a llama the same...Anyways, I can't tell you about my photo shoot with Rubaddub because of privacy laws....

    BUT WELCOME ABOARD MY NEW FRIEND!!!!
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    WELCOME ABOARD DX Drew!!!

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    I am woohoo, aka WooBallsHoo.



    I'm pretty much the coolest guy on the board when it comes to pinball machines. I know this might seem a little "random", but its true. And for the record, I'm really not that "random". Once you are on the boards a little longer, you'll see that I am one of the more respected, smart, and informational posters here. Anyways, back to my pinball machines. I actually built a pinball machine back in 2nd grade, using nothing but scrap parts from my Atari set, and sac of potatos, and my sisters hair rollers. It was only about 2 and a half feet tall, but it was still fun. I called it "Sac of Balls". It was a great game! I played it for hours at a time! It would never sell on the mainstream market though, because "Sac of Balls" gets squished easily if you sit on it (cuz its so short, you dont see it). Plus, anytime someone would kick my "Sac of Balls", it would really hurt (their foot). The only reason I stopped playing with the "Sac of Balls" is it had a slight defect. If you would play with the "Sac of Balls" for a long time, but not WIN, the lighting effects would turn blue (this was a defect with the Atari section). Anyways, I really don't do much Pinball machine construction anymore. Every now and then I will make machines by request. Matter of fact, Former1dog once had me make a custom pinball machine that he wanted named "Skidmark Express". Then I made a custom machine for machine for LynetteG, it was called "I Have No Control Over Where My Nephew Goes To College, So Leave Me Alone" But my absolute FAVORITE pinball machine was the one I made for Rubaddub called "Why Do My Clothers Smell Like My Mom's Moldy Basement? Just Because I Live There, That Doesn't Mean Anything". That was actually a GREAT pinball machine. I wonder if he still plays it?

    Anywho, WELCOME ABOARD!!!

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