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Topic # 29730 17-Jan-2009 00:09
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Hello everyone!

Me? I'm based in the New Lynn suburb in Auckland, NZ. I enjoy making "little" micro-jet-engine flamethrowers. Can't imagine why.....
I'm also a HUGE grammar freak. Lets see, what else.... um... I really "love" our local phone companies and ISPs (don't we all?) and my current project is a Auto-Guitar-Hero-Thingy. I also LOVE mind games, optical illusions, etc

Um, yeah. That's about it. Besides making things go "boom", I'm really kinda boring!

See ya!

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  Reply # 190089 17-Jan-2009 00:17
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w3lc0m3 2 g33kz0n3 lol hows that for your  grammar freaks :p


I will be looking forward to you help if I ever need to make a er "little" micro-jet-engine flamethrowers?

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  Reply # 190094 17-Jan-2009 00:36
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welcome to geekzone im sure you will have fun with the well structured sentences and perfect apostrophe placing we have here your just going to love this place so much















 I didn't realise how painful it would be to to try and write a sentence with such bad grammer!




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  Reply # 190095 17-Jan-2009 00:37
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Hi!

If you want help, or want to help me, have you seen Ironman? The flamethrowers on that were micro jet engine based.

BAD BOY! USE GOOD GRAMMAR DAMMIT! Tongue out



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Reply # 190100 17-Jan-2009 00:48
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Thanks a lot Regs! Tongue out

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  Reply # 190126 17-Jan-2009 09:23
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Hi, welcome to Geekzone!




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  Reply # 190281 17-Jan-2009 23:28
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Welcome to Geekzone! By the way do you like the TV show 'Allo 'Allo? :)



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  Reply # 190290 18-Jan-2009 00:23
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antnzdotcom: Welcome to Geekzone! By the way do you like the TV show 'Allo 'Allo? :)

Haven't watched it in ages, but yeah.

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