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Don't laugh. It feels weird that I no longer have an AOL account. Even though I have had much better ways to connect over the past two years (think LAN connected to a T1), the lack of the ability to hop on AOL is overwhelming. No longer can I check the profiles of friends, no longer can I... wait, I guess all I ever used AOL for was to check profiles. I just need to 'borrow' an account from someone every once in awhile, and all will be good.