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  1. FreedomEclipse

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    so long as they have curry houses in the UK -- its still very british.

    Now, if we had to import all of it in then it would be british
     
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    give me some fish and chips covered in brown sauce
     
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    not a duck wrapped in a piece of celery... grated up and sprinkled on some noodles
     
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    I rarely have fish n chips but i love my chips swimming in vinegar....Yummy
     
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    I've fixed the ps3 piggy...now i need to burn test this ps3...
     
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    What was it?
     
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    I've found that there are a lot of glue stick of the cover of ps3 and also the warranty sealed is already broken.. Sad to say this ps3 is already repaired. All capasitor was blown.. I've put something on the capasitor to prevent heating and to control.. What was watercooled say to you?:D

    the problem i have no control pad, i used pc mice and KB... :D

    Now the Green light is illuminated since i fixed it.....

    I'll try to jailbreaking....

    [​IMG]
     
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    lol warranty seal broken -- guess Watercooled didnt saying anything about the PS3 already been opened up or repaired. real glad i didnt buy his 5850 he had FS
     
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    Well played matey. Hope she holds out for you :)
     
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    i was thingking why this ps3 is really hard to slide up to open cover. i took the one screw and i've found this horrible thing. :banghead::banghead::banghead:
     
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    did you report him to the mods/admins in the other forum?
     
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    here some glue and the broken seal...

    [​IMG]
     
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    I can access the FS on Aria (where he has 1000's of posts) and i posted about him :)
     
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    nice watch, I'l give you £5 for it :toast:
     
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    Watercooled is quite now...
     
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    any responses from admins or watercooled himself reguarding the allegation that you sold him damaged/inferior goods??
     
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    LOL my mrs gave to me that watches.... both nautica

    [​IMG]:D:D:D:D:D
     
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    I myself wear a £120 G-shock. I was rich at the time i bought it a few years ago (average salary 1.4k per month after tax) *sigh* Im skint now.
     
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    if you're good at manual labour... my uncle gets paid 2k a month after taxes just for doing private work for a company on people's houses and shit...
    lots of building jobs about :)
     
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    I can tell the time by looking at the sun. Even at night.
     
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    I just got a new job reposessing cars (all over UK). Loads of repo companies popping up everywhere at the mo.
     
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    you should hire me -- I could be one of your evil henchmen that eats a kitten if the owners dont hand over their keys.
     
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    yeah, lots of money to be had too :)

    and as for the time thing, i was trying to be helpful :)
     
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    no harm is to be caused to ANY cats. or i will skin you and eat that :eek:
     
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    Is that so???
     

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