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    The Doctor Und3ertak3r's Avatar
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    Bloody english.. give me or-bloody-stralian any day..

    To simplify our language, and therefore raise our literacy standards.. new spelling of many words means that formally misspelt words are now generally accepted..
    even dropping vowels is allowed in many words..

    my mate David is impressed..... we can now spell his name DvD..
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    I won't go for the spelling innovations other than pall pin.............
    Holy ****, i know i proof read it yesterday when i posted, but damn the 'p' key isn't anywhere near the 'b' key. I blame this on my new method of avoiding hangovers, since a hangover is caused by de-hydration i have found if you wake up and slam a beer or two first thing in the morning, not only will it wake you up faster than coffee, but you won't start the day with a hangover and you give yourself about another hour to properly re-hydrate your body.
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    beavers
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    <offtopic>
    And it's colour not color damnit !!
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    I love how my GNU/Linux also catches the ACPI signals from the 'power' button and when root is logged in asks wheter to halt.. (with a 30 second timeout).
    ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI.
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    I find a copper/hide mallet is better and safer to use on anything, for starters it has a nice weight to it, and you can smack two of them together without the risk of them shattering and leaving shards of sharp metal flying in all directions.

    Hang on, this isn't the motorcycle repair forum??????
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    Originally posted here by JonnyFrond
    I find a copper/hide mallet is better and safer to use on anything, for starters it has a nice weight to it, and you can smack two of them together without the risk of them shattering and leaving shards of sharp metal flying in all directions.

    Hang on, this isn't the motorcycle repair forum??????
    LOL

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