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Will

See what happened when their forum died.

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Will    0

Beware of the effect a dead forum can have.

The fiat coupes forum was down for two days (bandwidth exceeded), so the members started using other forums, look at the post "Look where we had to go to talk about fiat coupes." and follow the links..

Fiat Coupe

Forums - very bad for your health, wealth and sanity.

Will

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awarner    95

That is a classic and some people even replied to his questions ;) :lol: :lol:

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Will    0

i think that qualifies as off topic, off topic, off topic posting?

Will

I love the knitting one!

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Sorry.

I apologise for my behaviour. I started looking for LLama forums to post on ways of fitting a Llama into my coupe. But then I read some of the other posts and decided they shouldn't know about Fiat Coupes!

The rat forum did quite well. But the american knitters appeared to ignore me completely. Old ladies and fast cars really don't mix!

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awarner    95

That guy is just an idiot so Quake is the training ground for bin-laden then :roll:

I have to turn myself in then and hand over my uzi ;)

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Will    0

hmm.

Thank you Blumf.. not really my taste, but 'gesture accepted'. :)

Will

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benny    0

Is Your Son....has *got* to be a wind up...there's no way any one, regardless of how much of an inbred hick they are, could be quite that stupid...is there?

:shock:

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