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  # 849792 5-Jul-2013 15:46
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Oh that modem, just imagine how slow that thing was!! You could probably here the individual bits

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  # 849794 5-Jul-2013 15:48
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freitasm: I think Peter missed the reference to War Games there... Off to the lounge to watch the movie again.


I did... But PeterReader hadn't talked about his friend Joshua..

 
 
 
 


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  # 849797 5-Jul-2013 15:54
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sittingduckz: Oh that modem, just imagine how slow that thing was!! You could probably here the individual bits


I think David needed a master filt.. Wait I don't think they work with dialup.




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  # 849798 5-Jul-2013 15:54
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Just logged in to find some PMs sent to me. Please allow me to deal with those humans and I will be back later.




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  # 849800 5-Jul-2013 16:01
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I'm surprised PeterReader hasn't contributed to this discussion personally when his name is mentioned. Something like, "Hey, I'm only doing my Job, don't pick on me!" or "I'm way over worked and under paid so leave me alone".

No, its times like these when spies are in the limelight that they usually remain silent and low Key. You can't blame them really, but I'm sure he's monitoring every word!



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  # 849802 5-Jul-2013 16:02
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See, he knew what I was going to say and beat me to it - a very good spy indeed.

 
 
 
 


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  # 849803 5-Jul-2013 16:15
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Never seen him do that before. And who PM's a bot ? :D




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  # 849813 5-Jul-2013 17:00
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xpd: Never seen him do that before. And who PM's a bot ? :D


I can almost guarantee people would, would be interesting to see the kind of questions it get's asked!




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  # 849814 5-Jul-2013 17:04
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Beware if you give him too much he will try to take over the world




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  # 849817 5-Jul-2013 17:12
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xpd: Never seen him do that before. And who PM's a bot ? :D
I added him as a friend. He accepted.

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  # 849828 5-Jul-2013 17:46
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freitasm: He's a friendly robot.


Yeah, he's not The Terminator or an AI like Sky Net.




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  # 849891 5-Jul-2013 19:59
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What if he turns? Games aren't necessarily always fun...


EDIT: put link in as Youtube tags not working for me.

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  # 849920 5-Jul-2013 20:51
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geek4me: See, he knew what I was going to say and beat me to it - a very good spy indeed.

I believe he has a sister...
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