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Oakland Athletics Photograph Exchange
Posting Access:
All Members , Moderated

This is a community open to everyone interested in posting and viewing Oakland Athletics photographs, media, icons, etc. as well as sharing information and chiming in with general conversation about A's related stuff. I'm pretty liberal so as long as your post is on topic, it's all good. Community promoting is acceptable as long as it's Oakland/MLB affiliated. Any new members can choose to fill out an icebreaker if you would like to introduce yourselves to the other community members. Feel free to contact Kelly with any questions, comments or concerns.

Be nice to each other! This is a place for everyone to unwind and have fun. Name calling and other forms of abuse will not be tolerated here. I reserve the right to ban you if you decide to be a douche bag. I am a grammar nazi - if you tYpE LiKe tHiS, I will stab you in the neck with a pencil. So don't. Also, please place all photographs behind a cut. When posting images, make sure to use a free hosting site like Imageshack to store your photos because direct linking is not nice. Each posted entry will be logged into the memories feature to make it easier for users to find what they are after. I've fixed up the tags setting as well if any of the members wish to utilize it. An alphabetically searchable database of tagged entries can be accessed here. That's about it. See, liberal.

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Version three: (Nick Swisher and Bobby Kielty);
by teenagewildlife.

Past versions:
number one featured Barry Zito.
number two featured Rich Harden.

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