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Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by mullered07, Aug 13, 2008.

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Is the UK the most damn fine & dandy place to live?

  1. Yes without a doubt

    14.3%
  2. Yes but only with a cup of Earl Grey

    19.0%
  3. Would be better with a half decent government

    47.6%
  4. No it's crap!

    19.0%
  1. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    oh well... better out then in!!!
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    Or an explosion?
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    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    Dont worry tatty this isnt iraq :p there will be no explosions here
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    because, the 460 works?
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    scaminatrix, air biscuits lol
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    yes i mean an only extra £15 for a card thats usable.
    doesnt really matter though i am glad to see the back of that card,it used to heat the room up and make such a racket when it was just idling!
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    In my experience, naked flames and farts don't sit too comfy together..... you never heard of the pub game "the dance of the flaming arseholes"..... Pffff you have never lived.
    FreedomEclipse says thanks.
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    haha :D a 6870 fan on 100% is really loud too mightymission
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    guys help!!! my windows just pooped out!!!

    got this red grub4dos screen telling me i have error: 15 :file not found?????


    HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    posting from my netbook btw
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    check your hard drive, generally means theres a bad connection (take it apart and put back together again) or a boot file is missing(HD could be broken or it could of just been turned off and an inconvenient time)

    My normal version of grub throws up a similar error when i forget to plug the hard disk power cable in
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    Unrelated to current conversation.

    Eating half a large chicken, roasted to perfection. yup.
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    fixed now :)
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    boss what turned out to be wrong with it?
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    if thats the way this thread is going to go - about to eat a lamb rogan josh, at a level of quality one normally finds in a sainsburies curry
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    so, better than tesco, not quite as good as M&S?
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    exactly, but m&s is further away and the reason Tesco+asda is not in the comparison as their curries don't even have a flavor - besides cardboard
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    Macaroni Cheese for me. Boooooriiiiing!
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    don't insult cheese, cheese is wonderfull
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    lol, sorry no offence :laugh:
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    cheese is fucking awesome... cathedral city mmm
    I had beef super noodles with an oxo cube added for extra flavour for dinner
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    I can't stand cheese unless it's melted. Can't get better than cheese on toast with reggae reggae sauce though...
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    Not even wensleydale?

    - can't believe chrome's spell checker doesn't register wensleydale as a correctly spelled word:banghead:
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    Nope, not a bit of cheese, hate the stuff! And onions, I can't stand them raw, but cooked are lurvly. Hate cheese, hate onions, love cheese and onion crisps...
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    Which onions? red tend to be nicer when raw.

    but i do agree with you, if your going to eat vegetable's you might as well cook them first

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