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Well, the title is the question...
Was there a destination mentioned? Like, oh, somewhere the sun doesn't shine? Otherwise, I think it means the same as "nailing" it; i.e. a superlative effort.
generally it means to "stick" the thread to the top of the list of the forums regardless of the most recent post
did you see the option when you created this one?
It's only a option for group admins, else every thread would be stuck.
Figures... the dumbest content I've ever posted and it's by far the most popular.
Well, this is a completely worthless forum, so I'm going to use it for advertising my new tournaments:
These are the kickoffs for my new tournament series.
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