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Topic # 25760 31-Aug-2008 22:58
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Have a look at the pink ipod!


They have the correct picture when you view the profile. Looks like just a frontpage mess up.

The pink ipod should look like:





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  Reply # 161157 1-Sep-2008 09:08
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You know that these print ad's are make weeks ago.

It's makes for a better picture and it's got some web viral potential too.

Anyway,  I say stop the junk mail,  it's very carbon heavy junk.

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  Reply # 161159 1-Sep-2008 09:15
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hellonearthisman: You know that these print ad's are make weeks ago.

It's makes for a better picture and it's got some web viral potential too.

Anyway,  I say stop the junk mail,  it's very carbon heavy junk.


Umm, cokemaster took screen shots of the DSE website.

It has nothing to do with web viral pontential. If it did, and it could be proven, then they could be prosected under the FTA.

I could not agree more, I wish there was a way to select which 'junk' you received though. Some stuff I just do not want to see.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 161189 1-Sep-2008 09:54
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It's a small mistake, Not nothing you could "take them over" and the link-through has the correct image.



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  Reply # 161405 1-Sep-2008 22:15
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Its still on the DSE website:




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  Reply # 161431 2-Sep-2008 01:02
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Website - woops,  my rant just went off like that.

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  Reply # 161436 2-Sep-2008 07:51
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50% fixed now, as the image is no longer available for that product.

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