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Old 08-25-2007, 09:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Anyways, back to the topic; G0 stepping is flat out AWESOME!
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Naruto's crazy
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Off topic: Naruto on Cartoon Network kills the Japanese Version.
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No, I prefer the Jap version.
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No, I prefer the Jap version.
I was trying to say, the Japanese version is much better then the English version. How they say Naruto is like Na-ru-to in a slow and steady voice. :snob: They can't pronounce anything!
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If something kills something else, that first something is way better than the latter.
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Would you kindly take this to the off topic section? This is getting way off topic.
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