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Lonelywolf

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Lonelywolf last won the day on July 11 2017

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About Lonelywolf

  • Rank
    Fareed
  • Birthday 09/18/1971

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://
  • Yahoo
    yahoo=silly

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    my lonely tree :- [
  • Interests
    being with other people :(

About My Character

  • RuneScape Name
    bill murray
  • Additional RuneScape Name
    is sad
  • OldSchool RS Name
    Im lonely
  • RuneScape Status
    Retired
  • RuneScape Version
    OldSchool '07
  • RuneScape God
    Marimbo
  • Favourite Skill
    someone visit me
  • Combat Type
    Magic
  • Combat Level
    1
  • Overall Skill Level
    1
  • RuneScape Clan
    so alone

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  1. Lonelywolf

    woops

    no im still lookign 4 it
  2. Lonelywolf

    anyone have any knowledge of old jeeps

    hey i went looking for old jeeps last year! YJ jeeps have sqwuare headlights instead of round so thats random! Cj5 and cj7 just like any other jeep/car look out for rust because theyre also super old and obviously if its like a more moist area near the beach or something then rust is more prone. if it's somewhere like arizona then rust is like non existant because sio dry. i wanted a jeep too because it looks cool to have no doors and put ur life at risk! im pretty sure the cj5 is smaller, also engiens are super old and a lot of people swap them to chevy engines. here in aus they're both super expensive and i guess the older the rarer and more rare that they're in good condition. cj7 being somewhat newer will be less rare and less pricey. id say the cj7 being newer model also has upgrades in terms of functionality and stuff............................................ also i dont know anythin
  3. Lonelywolf

    a fun thought experiment

    thats the stupidet thing i ever heard
  4. Lonelywolf

    Let me post pls

    sal is back! Its me this whole time
  5. Lonelywolf

    it's been a while

    we're not stale, we're fresh! we're fresh hip fellow youngsters who enjoy all the internet and its me-me's!
  6. Lonelywolf

    woops

    When I was emotionally scrolling through archive.org of this website to find my very first avatar (still haven't, if anyone has seen it its a picture of a white wolf and a pinkish background), I came across a post of mine from circa. 2011-2012. In this post I was like hey look here for more info and linked to the runescape wiki. Now point fingers all you like and I may have inadvertently sent every sal's member to the wiki, and i know this sentence is setup to have a but; it doesn't. my b p.s. did i use a semi colon corectly y/n?
  7. hello im trying to find my old profile picture from when i first joined sal's to be super nostalgic could someone help? I can only find the 2nd earliest one

  8. Lonelywolf

    The last person to post here wins

    whats ur ign? are u in the sals clan
  9. Lonelywolf

    Searching for a birthday present

    ahahah fudge thats so funny
  10. Lonelywolf

    Ultra Tracing

    that looks tight Zoo!
  11. Lonelywolf

    Searching for a birthday present

    hey kemosabe hopefully brianrobert isnt too late was it ur dads birthday yet or has it passed
  12. Lonelywolf

    business is booming

    my one chance to go down in sals history and i foiled it, its my biggest regret to this day, no cap i think about it constantly
  13. Lonelywolf

    business is booming

    where did u go? dont leave us 4 that long ever again
  14. Lonelywolf

    a fun thought experiment

    im just thinking like even with so much pressure on it (like a hydraulic press) is there some sort of molecular nonsense going on that would not allow to completely dry?
  15. Lonelywolf

    a fun thought experiment

    ive been thinking about this a lot recently: you know when you wring out a wet cloth and liquid comes out? theoreticcaly could you wring out something completely dry? discuss.
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