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  • n  someone waiting in concealment

  • It is my hope (or just an educated guess) that PW has retreated from active commenter to mere lurker.
  • As a lurker, I am amazed at the ahats who complain about the lack of interaction by contributors.
  • Every lurker in specialized video stores knows the "violent pink" sex melodramas.
Quotes

  • Alexi Giannoulias in Huffington Post (blog)
    I've been reading the site for a while now (I guess I'm what you would call a lurker) and I constantly find myself in awe of this community's passion and knowledge," Giannoulias wrote. "While I feel like I know many of you simply by reading...

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