Where to find newer versions if needed

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Re: Where to find newer versions if needed

Postby kwevej on Tue May 24, 2011 7:43 am

casey972oo wrote:Yeah you're right this is ' off Topics ' allready
and it's you the ' Chicken ' who want to teach the ' Rooster '
and it's you who can get lost and play with yourself casey972oo

You're entirely right, my dear. Shall I come to your funeral, then?
Nice to know, that I'm not the first who's annoyed by you: viewtopic.php?f=64&t=8773#p425382

Anyway I'm leaving this thread from now. If you have something for me, send me a PM.
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Re: Where to find newer versions if needed

Postby aljoriz on Tue May 24, 2011 8:23 am

casey972oo's post are certainly unique but yeah I have read post complaining how s/he writes. English is not my native tongue but perhaps casey might take these criticism as constructive and not demeaning. Although I do find his reply to the question

"Where to find newer versions if needed?" as SalineOS?
is simply amusing in itself :lol: Admit it its post like those that makes the forums lively
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Re: Where to find newer versions if needed

Postby casey972oo on Tue May 24, 2011 10:13 am

Hi there ! ... ' aljoriz ' ! ...

thank you for your thread ! ... nice to hear some different voices too ! ...
I like the Phillipines ! ... very nice people there ! ...


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