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  Reply # 1917787 13-Dec-2017 07:21
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More importantly - what's that UFO spookily showing in broad daylight and in good focus for once?

 

 

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  Reply # 1919113 13-Dec-2017 15:22
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You're all wrong. It reads your thoughts and streams them to the GCSB. You're all part of the conspiracy.


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  Reply # 1919124 13-Dec-2017 15:29
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Journeyman:

 

You're all wrong. It reads your thoughts and streams them to the GCSB. You're all part of the conspiracy.

 

 

Its all fine if you have the right protection,

 

https://lessemf.com/images/a252.jpg

 

 




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  Reply # 1919333 13-Dec-2017 22:10
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@Aredwood No I live out west in Glen Eden 


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  Reply # 1919337 13-Dec-2017 22:57
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@Starscream122 You are probably still connected to the Vector northern network. Which used to be part of the same power board as the North Shore. So what I have said earlier would still apply.

If you are unsure wether you are in Vector northern or Vector Central. Just ask yourself if you get sent the yearly Entrust refund cheque. If you don't get it, you are in Vector northern.





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  Reply # 1919388 14-Dec-2017 08:59
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robfish:

 

Switches off the daylight when the lights come on

 

Priceless. I love it.

 

 

 

 

Yes it seems a few people missed it lol


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