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

  1. kurosagi01

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    you know this is what i don't get,how can anyone use kurosagi in this forum?? i've putted "01" because someone used "kurosagi" and i'm the only one that uses it on this forum :S
     
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    Can we get this topic back on track please, maybe start chatting about UK stuff and not posting hundreds of soft porn pictures.

    Just because they are from the UK does not excuse the fact. If you want to start a UK hot babes thread, do it at GN.net

    The odd picture in context is fine, but this is in excess. I will be giving out infractions if you fail to heed this warning.
     
  3. kurosagi01

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    true that lol,so anyone been to tescos to check out the cheap bioshock and universe at war?
     
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    Not to argue with you Alex, but is posting non-rule breaking pictures of people from the UK against the UK thread rules? Yea, i agree it got slightly out of hand. But i don't think the UK ones deserve infractions... lol

    I can understand the non-UK ones, but not so much the UK ones.

    Kurosagi : I got Bioshock for £3 when it was on SteamWeekend afew months back. Didn't really like it... bit boring. I have no idea what Universe at War is...

    Anyone else get a day of rain yesterday? Watched snippets of t'Tennis yesterday and they had sun! We had rain!
     
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    Universe at War is just another RTS game to flood the market with fancy graphics and big stompy robots, thats about it.
     
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    Its called TPU being a technology and hardware gaming website and also staying on topic.

    I have no bones about you posting the contents of your hard drive, but not here, do it on GN.net

    This thread is a UK clubhouse not a UK whorehouse :)
     
  7. Triprift

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    Sorry bout that got carried away last night.
     
  8. MoonPig

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    Haha, you brought the OZ to the UK! lol.

    Hmmm... UK chat... I've just made myself a Coffee.. (1xCoffee, 2xCoffeeMate, 1xSugar)
     
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    Nah you got that all wrong, it should be more like 1x coffee, 2x suger bit of milk... then the same again shortly after, and thats just to start waking me up :D
     
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    well... i like coffee with milk, mate, with sugar and whitout. Same with tea. Im not fussy at all, ill eat owt tbh... lol
     
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    Haha, just like to be fussy over the women :roll:
     
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    Meh Oz won the babe ashes.
     
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    I duno... Hannah from Hollyoaks does it for me :D
     
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    Boys, are their ANY good day time shows on TV? I mean, Scrubs / Friends / Top Gear / Music get repetitive when you've seen them all. So, what is there?
     
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    Hmmm i doubt it really, but why not give bbc iplayer a shot, or one of the other online tv players, they're really good i think. get to pick what you want to watch and when :D
     
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    Aussie Aussie Aussie
     
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    Oi oi oi
     
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    Lmfao
     
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    Not for me:

    BBC iPlayer hardly works with shitty Virgin.net
    4oD was crap last time i used it
    Sky doesn't help as my family don't know their pass and user...

    Just illegal sources left...
     
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    They all seem to work perfectly and im on Virgin too :D
     
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    Which package?
     
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    Just the 10mb broadband.
     
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    oh, well im on the 8MB one in a rural area... lol.

    [​IMG]

    That close and my pings / download speeds / connectivity is poor.

    Buy Sky 20MB is coming to us soon, so time for a swap.
     
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    I'm guna come to your house and steel your desktop mod, haha. only jokin, don't take me too seriously on that :p

    i didn't know they did 8mb anymore, last i knew of the 10mb was the lowest speed they did.
     
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    Exactly... thats how crap this area is...

    Lol... i'd like to see you get it out my room. My walls getting treated and plastered, so im in the middle of the room atm, surrounded by boxes and builds... haha. This thing weights a ton and i doubt it'll fit through the door... lol
     

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