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  Reply # 1470852 14-Jan-2016 14:03
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I assume sales of Kleenex in Outram will have gone through the roof in recent months.

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wsnz: Perhaps newspapers should run a story on the quality of journalism in this country v the rest of the world, rather than printing these studies that use unscientific methods. Now that would make for some interesting and probably depressing reading.


Or they could just run porn.... lol




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NonprayingMantis: I assume sales of Kleenex in Outram will have gone through the roof in recent months.


Are those 'happy' tissues or 'sad' tissues?




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NonprayingMantis: I assume sales of Kleenex in Outram will have gone through the roof in recent months.


No, they just spend four times as long on the sites because the speed of their slimband means it takes that long for the video stream to buffer there?

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  Reply # 1471368 14-Jan-2016 21:36
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NonprayingMantis: I assume sales of Kleenex in Outram will have gone through the roof in recent months.


No, they just spend four times as long on the sites because the speed of their slimband means it takes that long for the video stream to buffer there?


I would think even a high def image would be enough to kill a dial up connection. 



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  Reply # 1471866 15-Jan-2016 12:40
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freitasm:
I have removed a few sexist comments. Keep it clean (no pun intended) people. 




Fair enough.  But why did you remove the jokes too?

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  Reply # 1471942 15-Jan-2016 13:51
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  Reply # 1471986 15-Jan-2016 15:19
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Now I understand why that Southern Cross cable had its capacity increased. Nothing to do with watching more cute kitten videos! embarassed

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DarthKermit: Now I understand why that Southern Cross cable had its capacity increased. Nothing to do with watching more cute kitten videos! embarassed


Actually it kinda, sorta does ;-)

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dclegg:
DarthKermit: Now I understand why that Southern Cross cable had its capacity increased. Nothing to do with watching more cute kitten videos! embarassed


Actually it kinda, sorta does ;-)


Well played sir, well played :)




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