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Old 08-21-2007, 10:53 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Yeah, ECS thumbs down. They suck.

Just wondering Peter, schools been starting for you already?
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Yeah, ECS thumbs down. They suck.

Just wondering Peter, schools been starting for you already?
No, school isn't here yet. Why do you ask?
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Just wondering, you don't seem to be on the forums during the afternoons! But, you have stuff to do before school starts again. I should as well find some activities to do before school starts. Last summer, I spent all my time playing games for the last month of summer.
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Just wondering, you don't seem to be on the forums during the afternoons! But, you have stuff to do before school starts again. I should as well find some activities to do before school starts. Last summer, I spent all my time playing games for the last month of summer.
I just can't find a thread to post in.
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Oh man, that's true. Well if you've been noticing lately, all threads are mostly about builds and about the 8800GTS. :snob: Nothing really new on Tech-Forums.
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