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Topic # 83888 23-May-2011 11:46
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  Reply # 472906 23-May-2011 12:13
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That's pretty old ;P

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  Reply # 472911 23-May-2011 12:28
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+1 pretty sure I saw that last year.




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  Reply # 472938 23-May-2011 13:16
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Yep might be a bit old, I hadn't seen reference to it on here and I too thought the "any feature just a few hundred clicks away" was quite funny.




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  Reply # 474749 27-May-2011 12:31
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It kind of reminds of a big ipod!

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  Reply # 474757 27-May-2011 12:40
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freitasm:
Natux: It kind of reminds of a big ipod!


Well, that's the joke...


Haha of course! I'd pay to see the look on people's faces if I took one into work!

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