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Old 05-25-2005, 07:57 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah, had a little bout of schitzophrenia there.

I bit your head off cuz you were saying how useless my information was and how it was such a waste of your time to read it. Had there not been an argument previously, I dont think Nubius would have bothered even saying that it was pointless. I may be the first, but I'm part of this forum and I have a (will soon, anyway) an extreme cooling solution. That means there will be others, as I will not be the only person in the world who thinks like me. It was information. If you dont want it, then dont use it. If it was a waste of your time reading it, than it was even MORE of a waste of time for you to reply to it saying how pointless it was. See what I'm getting at? Your almost contradicting yourself by replying to my thread only to say how useless it is.

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