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Topic # 43128 17-Oct-2009 21:56
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Screencap from yesterdays pulp sport, during Macyver, Hamish McKay and atleast 10 other employees cellphone numbers are easily visible over the 1080 freeview broadcast.


Looks like this got missed in the post.


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  Reply # 264975 19-Oct-2009 08:53
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If you were to email those people, you'll find their mobile number listed in their signature.

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  Reply # 264977 19-Oct-2009 09:08
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What a pointless post


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  Reply # 264980 19-Oct-2009 09:24
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You can ring Hamish up and discuss why the news is so long.....20 minutes of rugby.

They should just go back to the 15 minute news they had during Bathurst and put Family guy or Simpsons on straight after.....




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  Reply # 264983 19-Oct-2009 09:36
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OP, suppose youre the type to view movies frame by frame to spot where a pixel was out of place or "sex" is hidden in the clouds in the background....




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  Reply # 264984 19-Oct-2009 09:41
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Why would someone sign up to GZ just to make that post ?


Kinda weird ?

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