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Topic # 66119 12-Aug-2010 21:35
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Just had a good time dealing with Digital Island. (Recommended) They get a 4 cow rating and might go to 5. 


Thought you might like to know they're worth a look.


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  Reply # 367022 13-Aug-2010 08:28
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Thanks for the completely vague review, it's so vague that I'm going to go sign up straight away!



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  Reply # 367039 13-Aug-2010 09:29
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Well there you go then, go for it.

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  Reply # 367065 13-Aug-2010 10:30
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4 cows out of what metric scale? 100 cows?

Depending on the metric scale, it could be rated real bad, or real awesome... The "review" is too vague.




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  Reply # 367083 13-Aug-2010 11:02
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Gingo's, everyone is getting picky these days. Ok, ok, i'll write a review to quell the hordes.

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  Reply # 367171 13-Aug-2010 14:00

motorwayne: Gingo's, everyone is getting picky these days. Ok, ok, i'll write a review to quell the hordes.

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