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The TPU UK Clubhouse

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

    14.8%
  2. Yes but only with a cup of Earl Grey

    14.8%
  3. Would be better with a half decent government

    44.4%
  4. No it's crap!

    25.9%
  1. arnoo1

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    can i come in?
    my girlfriend is english but sadly i'm not xd
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    InnocentCriminal Resident Grammar Amender

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    No, sorry. Your GF can though.
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    If you live in UK then sure why not lol.
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    no i think he can, we allow people into the UK because they have UK GF's, so why not the clubhouse at least :laugh:

    EDIT: Even the mailman spends time in here, before Tatty deletes him
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    Me,fourstaff and freedom were the chinese peeps that are part of the UK club lols.
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    it's our clubhouse we'll make our own test

    Questions
    1:Is it raining?
    2:are the trains late
    3:are you drinking tea?

    Answers
    Yes to any of those

    If you answered any of those questions correctly you can join the clubhouse
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    they're modified omnimo panels, there's about 100-150 to chose from on this site --> http://www.deviantart.com/download/...o_4_0_for_rainmeter_by_fediafedia-d2mhn7l.zip

    my one's are slightly different from those as they have had some minor modifications but if you download that zip file you'll be off to a good start

    Hang on, i'll make a walkthrough
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2011
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    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    TMM, the official immigrant without the papers. He comes here whenever he feels like it until Tatty deports him.
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    i made you a walkthrough to get some of my panels/widgets/gadgets


    Download this --> http://rainmeter.googlecode.com/files/Rainmeter-2.0.exe, run the installer, select either 32bit or 64, it doesn't matter

    download this --> http://www.deviantart.com/download/...o_4_0_for_rainmeter_by_fediafedia-d2mhn7l.zip --> unzip it --> run the setup file

    --> the omnimo theme will start, but it will configure your PC in a windows phone 7 like fashion, just select the correct screen resolution, weather code etc, and let it set itself up

    Important bit now, right click one of the panel, and go through the menu to :\WP7\background, and click 'BG.INI' to disable it

    you will then have a load of free panels floating on your desktop, you can now move them remove them, and somewhere on your desktop will be an arrow in a circle, click this and it will give you a load of new panels to add, which will do a large variety of different features

    after you've done that, you can then modify the panels to look like whatever you want them to look like
    theoneandonlymrk says thanks.
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    I got 11 correct..

    Funny thing is I have already passed that test for real and have the certificate. Goes to show how quickly I forget things.
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    you lot need the money!
    we got no excuse for letting every no good tosspot good for nothing refugee under the sun in :(

    dont get me wrong i appreciate some guys are really hard workers and i commend living 20 to a house so you can send as much as you can back home,i couldn't survive like that!
    its the ones that milk the system i cant take.
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    I just got 11 as well, that means that i'd probably fail my own countries citizenship test if i had to take it

    luckily i was born here :laugh:
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    Don't have to be from UK to be a member but haz to live in UK if not a Citizen, although attendance on NCS automatically gives you entry :laugh:
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    i was just about to quote one as well :cry:

    is there a online us citizenship pratice like the Uk one that was posted, having been shown i would effectively fail my own countries citizenship test if i had to take one i'd be interested if i could pass the US's citizenship test, as i know alot about the US
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    All right then we should do a vote, aye or nae on non UK'ers into this Clubhouse? Im sick of the ambiguity.

    EDIT:Looks like you missed a post Tatty!
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    Yes, but we deport them at the first sign of trouble
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    Disclaimer: Cheesy is still a child and should there for have no say in any internal matters. I dont think your voting age yet mate sorry.
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    TheMailMan78 Big Member

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    Here you go. I put you in Florida as its the best state in the Union.

    http://www.800citizen.org/us_citizenship_test/citizenship_practice_test/
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    :cry:
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    Op is clear in my mind, this is for UK members, it does not say they have to be of UK citizenship however it at least suggests they have to live in the UK, if not it's pointless calling it a "UK" clubhouse...... although the Op is rarely here, that at least was his intention.
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    I feel we should honour the op's intentions otherwise its a shambles. I thought "they" had a clubhouse anyway.
    Having non UK'ers makes the thread pointless, it was made for us UK'ers!
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    Because we have higher standards or actually your a yank in disguise :roll:
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    Either theirs is dumbed down or your a bit of a tube.

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