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Topic # 13720 25-May-2007 14:06
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Hi,
My names John but you probably guessed that from my username (I hope I'm not sounding too much like one of Telecoms 'Clever' Toys...)

Emigrated my family from the UK to Christchurch 20 months ago. I'm pretty geeky but have none of the intellectual attributes unfortunately. (In the UK I had selection of real Geek friends who would invariably sort out my downloads/satnav maps/photoshop monitor calibration etc)

Been browsing this forum for a while trying to pick up tips on how to improve my broadband. Wife & I share this laptop, eldest son has a laptop (used mainly for skate vids & porn ) and younger son weeners out on Runesacpe on an aging desktop.
Hoping to glean lots of info round here - seems a pretty friendly place Smile

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Reply # 72208 25-May-2007 14:19
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Welcome to New Zealand and Geekzone!

JohnW: ... eldest son has a laptop (used mainly for skate vids & porn ) and younger son weeners out on Runesacpe on an aging desktop.


At last a parent that don't try to hide what really goes on...









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  Reply # 72238 25-May-2007 17:19
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freitasm: Welcome to New Zealand and Geekzone!

JohnW: ... eldest son has a laptop (used mainly for skate vids & porn ) and younger son weeners out on Runesacpe on an aging desktop.


At last a parent that don't try to hide what really goes on...





Thanks Mauricio.
And that's a funny clip!

Cheers,
John

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