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doru says

poor customers, they should be afraid with this angry authors. :D

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Paul_Ferrie says

There seems to have been a few of these customer brought to light on here this week. lol

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tsafi says
btw.. the story of the dude putting his finger in a dyke (wrong expression I guess) or dam is told everywhere around the world. Except over here.. It probably has something to do with the flood of 1943 and the insurance company of the dude. It’s a conspiracy I tell ya!
I always twist my stuff make some cynical hummer (MSFX start to be very sensitive so I drop him of my list ) .

But I think the kid story is only legend by Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf

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Motionreactor says
There seems to have been a few of these customer brought to light on here this week. lol

Yeh it’s called a bandwagon and for some reason ppl can’t wait to jump on. It seems to happen in waves of the same types of threads. IMO this all looks a bit smelly from a marketing point of view.

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FonZ says
btw.. the story of the dude putting his finger in a dyke (wrong expression I guess) or dam is told everywhere around the world. Except over here.. It probably has something to do with the flood of 1943 and the insurance company of the dude. It’s a conspiracy I tell ya!
I always twist my stuff make some cynical hummer (MSFX start to be very sensitive so I drop him of my list ) . But I think the kid story is only legend by Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf

Then Selma did a good job! There’s an actual place you can go over here with a little statue etc. Busloads go there.

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tsafi says
btw.. the story of the dude putting his finger in a dyke (wrong expression I guess) or dam is told everywhere around the world. Except over here.. It probably has something to do with the flood of 1943 and the insurance company of the dude. It’s a conspiracy I tell ya!
I always twist my stuff make some cynical hummer (MSFX start to be very sensitive so I drop him of my list ) . But I think the kid story is only legend by Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf
Then Selma did a good job! There’s an actual place you can go over here with a little statue etc. Busloads go there.
I think Amsterdam is my limit (: .

Going to show my face there on this Monday…...

........

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FonZ says
btw.. the story of the dude putting his finger in a dyke (wrong expression I guess) or dam is told everywhere around the world. Except over here.. It probably has something to do with the flood of 1943 and the insurance company of the dude. It’s a conspiracy I tell ya!
I always twist my stuff make some cynical hummer (MSFX start to be very sensitive so I drop him of my list ) . But I think the kid story is only legend by Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf
Then Selma did a good job! There’s an actual place you can go over here with a little statue etc. Busloads go there.
I think Amsterdam is my limit (: . Going to show my face there on this Monday…... ........

If you need a guide, mail me..

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tsafi says
btw.. the story of the dude putting his finger in a dyke (wrong expression I guess) or dam is told everywhere around the world. Except over here.. It probably has something to do with the flood of 1943 and the insurance company of the dude. It’s a conspiracy I tell ya!
I always twist my stuff make some cynical hummer (MSFX start to be very sensitive so I drop him of my list ) . But I think the kid story is only legend by Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf
Then Selma did a good job! There’s an actual place you can go over here with a little statue etc. Busloads go there.
I think Amsterdam is my limit (: . Going to show my face there on this Monday…... ........
If you need a guide, mail me..
Thanks I have been in Amsterdam many times, great place and its a fast visit 24 hours.

...................

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FonZ says

24 hours.. that sucks..

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CodingJack says

Tsafi’s post made me think of this:

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