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  Reply # 321230 21-Apr-2010 11:24
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Classic........

Naw naw naw... fur %^& sake ...ah said turn
@#$%in right ya silly #$%

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  Reply # 321274 21-Apr-2010 12:38
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I've never been interested in buying any type of GPS navigation device, but that actually makes me want to buy one!

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  Reply # 321277 21-Apr-2010 12:44
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Classic, wish Nokia had brought him on board to do voice for their Ovi Maps.

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  Reply # 321290 21-Apr-2010 13:07
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Cool. Interestingly I found that the voice clips didn't play when I was using Chrome - but did when I used IE.




kind regards Andrew TD

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  Reply # 321328 21-Apr-2010 14:26
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just checked it out and its awesome.. makes me wish i had a tomtom.. which i suppose is exactly the intention




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  Reply # 321334 21-Apr-2010 15:00
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Ok, I'll admit it, I only bought a TomTom for Homer Simpson's voice, but I could (easily) be swayed to pay a few $$ for mr Connolly!

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