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« on: June 04, 2005, 15:01:34 »

Hey, I had an awesome f2 experience this morning, but am getting kind of bored with it, but I want to get used to it and flex my muscles in f2 as much as I can before going to F3.  Is there anything unique about f2 that is a "must experience"?  I havent done much, but I can tell that it could get annoying and boring over time, and I just want to get some input on what I should do that I may not think of. Things on my list:

Fly in outerspace
party with the Fraggles and Muppets
go from f2 to RTZ
Jam out with my fav bands
go from f2 to f3

I am a musician on the side, and I was wondering if anyone had any experience with using f2 as a workbench so to speak.
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