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16th September 2012, 02:59 PM   |  #21  
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I've just had a very good Steak Tartare.
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16th September 2012, 03:02 PM   |  #22  
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I've just had a very good Steak Tartare.

meat is murder........and I could murder a BLT
16th September 2012, 03:04 PM   |  #23  
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Another introduction

My Name is Michael, I used to live in a small Village called Hinderwell, 9 miles away from Whitby, after then I went to University in Sunderland, and I am currently living in Easingwold looking for a job based around my degree in computer networking.

I believe a certain company sucks, I always have, they overprice everything, is the product that must not be named really worth over 100 plus a contract, definitely not people pay the money for a picture of a half eaten fruit and nothing else.

My first phone was a Siemens A50, then I moved onto a Siemens A55, they were brilliant little phones only problem is I didn't have snake
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16th September 2012, 03:09 PM   |  #24  
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meat is murder........and I could murder a BLT

If meat is murder, then I'm happily a murderer. Meat is awesome
16th September 2012, 03:14 PM   |  #25  
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If meat is murder, then I'm happily a murderer. Meat is awesome

Agreed.. ..BLT stands for Bacon, Lettuce& Tomato(sandwich)

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Another introduction

My Name is Michael, I used to live in a small Village called Hinderwell, 9 miles away from Whitby, after then I went to University in Sunderland, and I am currently living in Easingwold looking for a job based around my degree in computer networking.

I believe a certain company sucks, I always have, they overprice everything, is the product that must not be named really worth over 100 plus a contract, definitely not people pay the money for a picture of a half eaten fruit and nothing else.

My first phone was a Siemens A50, then I moved onto a Siemens A55, they were brilliant little phones only problem is I didn't have snake

good luck with the job hunting :thumbup::thumbup:
16th September 2012, 03:28 PM   |  #26  
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Agreed.. ..BLT stands for Bacon, Lettuce& Tomato(sandwich)

I know.

If I ever try a BLT sandwich, I want it without the rabbit food, the "green stuff". So technically that would make it a BBB sandwich (Bacon Bacon Bacon)

Ya gotta love that bacon.
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I know.

If I ever try a BLT sandwich, I want it without the rabbit food, the "green stuff". So technically that would make it a BBB sandwich (Bacon Bacon Bacon)

Ya gotta love that bacon.

Lol....I was vegetarian for 10 years but the bacon broke me down in the end
16th September 2012, 03:54 PM   |  #28  
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Lol....I was vegetarian for 10 years but the bacon broke me down in the end

Bacon - Converts vegetarians since 300 B.C.
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16th September 2012, 04:23 PM   |  #29  
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I remember the days i used to work at Fone2Go and the in thing back then is changing the lights of the lcd screens on the Nokia 8210 and 8250. It was crazy when I think about it we used to solder them tiny leds onto the boards replacing the original, I remember this little circuit board attachment with all different lights we had also used which changed the screen colour each time you wake it up i think it was like 5 colours all up. LOOL People were fascinated when they saw my phone .
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16th September 2012, 04:39 PM   |  #30  
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I remember the days i used to work at Fone2Go and the in thing back then is changing the lights of the lcd screens on the Nokia 8210 and 8250. It was crazy when I think about it we used to solder them tiny leds onto the boards replacing the original, I remember this little circuit board attachment with all different lights we had also used which changed the screen colour each time you wake it up i think it was like 5 colours all up. LOOL People were fascinated when they saw my phone .

Haha, ya I remember that!
And Ericsson's idea of customisation was letting you change the colour of the plastic insert around the keypad!
and the screen was like 1cm high and 4cm across!

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