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A bug or what? Whenever I open OS, I'm leaded to some random group, even though I didn't sign off OS from that group.

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it's not a's got some techy explanation that @farmdawgnation told but is very complicated and not very layman friendly
The short explanation is that we don't store your last group on the server for very long. After you've been away for awhile, the site will forget what group you were in and one of your groups will be selected at random. That's all, really. :)
We can store cookies in the browser...can't we? @farmdawgnation

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Cookies are stored in your browser, but that's not where we keep that information. If we did that, you'd end up in a different group on each of your various computers you use which is certainly not much better. The correct solution would be to persist that information in our database, but we do not do that.
i remember you said techy terms @farmdawgnation =_= something about a field of database kicking something..i dont remember much lol
i wish those cookies we stored were easy to take out and eat:P
mommy wont be glad about us stealing cookies from the jar :C

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