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Postby Wayne Davies » Sun Jan 03, 2010 1:05 pm

Morning all

The idea of allowing access here kind of backfired on me when the spam picked up on it almost immediately, I should have known better really but at least I have a new source of videos of fat people, loads of watch batteries and unlocked iphones. I wanted people to have access when they needed it, I'm aware that people might think "what's the point" but that is exactly the point when you have just had something of yours stolen.

Nevermind, it's back to normal now so if you want to post here then you'll have to be registered first. Registration is easy, open to all, but please remember to contact the admin personally once you have done so to confirm that even you aren't spam, otherwise you sit there in limbo. Are you sure you aren't spam, I've watched Blade Runner you know and I have my doubts about Decker...
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Postby dennis » Sun Jan 03, 2010 8:33 pm

Ahhhh normality

..Where can I get an Iphone unlocked ....safely?
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