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  #2278593 17-Jul-2019 20:41
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antoniosk: And of course, Voda marketed on being not telecom, but over the years they have become so big and unwieldy they are the new telecom, while spark is.... a company doing things

 

 

 

haha, yes, check out the Spark Sports wholesale debacle to see how much progress has been made since the Telecom days.


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  #2278609 17-Jul-2019 21:25
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I think the new use case for PeterReader could be replying to fibre speed issue threads.

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  #2278614 17-Jul-2019 21:34
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Linux:

 

You Ba**tard nothing happened that night as I refused to go any further!

 

 

Mummy I don't understand, there was a Peter, a Reader, and a Linux. How did 3 people create 1 robot?





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  #2278624 17-Jul-2019 22:01
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@Bartender I think a certain someone is Jealous ;) @scottjpalmer

 

 

michaelmurfy:

 

Really looks like one-sided love there @Bartender...

 

 

I gotta say @Linux to me there is a whole lot of green eyes of jealousy going on here. It's hard being Number 1

 





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  #2278638 17-Jul-2019 23:26
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chevrolux: I think the new use case for PeterReader could be replying to fibre speed issue threads.

 

Only for people who aren't experiencing Gb+ speeds over their wifi :-)


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