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  1. KieranD

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    Will you lot stop it with the bait? I cant believe it was suggested to use Star Wars avatars. I already said in another post that some of them had been trolling our sync'd up avatars, the star wars avatars are a troll on our star trek avatars. Obvious troll is obvious.

    Just ignore and when someone really does an obvious troll post, use the report button to get it deleted.
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    Lets go for a British institution that most of our friends across the pond will neither understand or probably appreciate, there is about 15 well known characters, as I'm an old git I will go with Uncle Arthur :toast:
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    or Grandad lol
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    Yeah looked at that one but he is even uglier lol
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    lovely jubbly

    EDIT: Only Fools will be a bit of a stretch, i only know a few characters.
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    I like the idea Tatty. So we got a few choices for the next ones really -

    Red Dwarf (have the yanks heard of it?)
    Only Fools and Horses

    Anyone else got ideas?
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    increasing the cpu-nb decreases the latencies of the onboard L1/L2/L3 caches and of course the RAM aswell as the increasing the bandwidth,allowing higher throughput,get what you can out of the cpu-nb it can make your computer seem sooo much faster,loading times decrease and even just opening windows and stuff,seems like a new computer...

    Only Fools! baggsy trigger :D
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    my old man said:look after your broom:laugh:
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    I think its a great idea......I watched a lot of BBC growing up ;)

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    I have all of it on DVD. One of my favourite shows.

    *I spelled favourite that way just for you guys. :toast:
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    Didnt the americans get a different red dwarf though?
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    What, like Shameless?? *snigger*
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    summer steam sale guys, some looks good others are the usual.
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    Don't know. I have the UK version and it's the only version I know of.
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    Just for all of you

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    <<< LOL:toast:
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    MANWELLLL!!!!! *Smack*
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    I fixed the link. Thinking of changing my avatar to Mr Bean...

    ... j/k lol:laugh:

    Blackadder is one of my favourites.
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    Eh, don't worry I don't think anyone actually watched it. They learned their lesson. I have to say though, I thought the US version of Life On Mars was pretty good. They didn't veer off too much from the Uk version as far as the story goes, used good character actors and all that.
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    Was it as politically incorrect though?

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