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Topic # 7723 5-May-2006 08:44
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Reply # 34983 5-May-2006 13:49
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Hehehe, a telecom staff member replied to me with "this could be career limiting for me, so its in the recycle bin, rather than being forwarded"







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Reply # 34993 5-May-2006 14:18
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This is the same as the george bush one i linked on my blog a while ago.

IMO it worked better

http://www.planetdan.net/pics/misc/georgie.htm


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Reply # 35025 5-May-2006 18:23
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A much as it's extremely bad taste, it caused me to burst into uncontrollable laughter today, it's got really good physics and is at least funny to watch the lifeless body being tossed about the balls.

I'll be decompiling the george bush version (original one) it and "editing" the star character to a certain person whom really is a problem or a City counciller? hmmm many names spring to mind.
no even better, there is a lovely teresa.fla file ready for me to rip to bits as I choose Laughing

I notice too it's much more anti Xtra than anti Telecom, as bad as Xtra and it's blocking etc is to us technical people, some of the alternatives are not much better (often worse)




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