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# 109254 16-Sep-2012 19:08
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Hello from east Christchurch, the land that EQC, Brownlee and the MoE forgot!
The last time I had anything resembling 'geek' credentials, telnet was the closest thing to social media, an email account was a privilege and images were something that you loaded once you found the page you were looking for.
These days I know just enough tech stuff to be dangerous, but I would probably be the go-to-guy if your French car craps out. Citroen/Peugeot owners will be offered advice, Renault owners just sympathy.
Apart from that I have slow burning passion for espresso machines that far exceeds my ability to actually consume espresso and I dabble in non lycra-clad cycling.

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  # 686793 16-Sep-2012 19:35
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  # 686798 16-Sep-2012 19:45
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Hello and Welcome :)

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  # 686805 16-Sep-2012 19:52
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  # 686816 16-Sep-2012 20:11
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citrofia: Renault owners just sympathy.


Welcome, that made me laugh, this part of town, owners of any car get sympathy!

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  # 687291 17-Sep-2012 18:47
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  # 687577 18-Sep-2012 09:37
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Eastern front eh....
You should be good with Skodas then.


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