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Old 18th May 2012, 12:30 AM   #6081
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What is annoying is that it is c2c who is PURE Irish/'Talian,
Nah - I'ma real mutt - Irish (25%) English (25%) Sioux Indian (12.5%) Spanish (12.5) German (12.5%) Bohemian (12.5). My new found sisters and I are gonna run some DNA to find some more roots 'cause we still don't know where great-grandparents came from.....
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Helps covering up key scratches......
One is beter leaving key scratches where they are so neigbours see scratch and do not bother doing new one.

Waxing car has has higly terapeutic value + handy kung fu training.... vax on vax off.

and stop bird pu from fading already orrible color which othervise fade real quick (at least on standard Audi free colors as I have not tried any of the optional extras)

Birds like red cars a loot and would cover them in presents whith a factor of 3 to one if compared to black car.

I know this as in the last month I have been compiling a statistic

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Old 18th May 2012, 06:09 AM   #6083
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I read first 2 in November last 3 on their way from Amazzon (missed out on £3.50 sale in Tesco) yup part 4 of 3 again as book 3 is in 2 books.

Did you see the telly series ( above avverage actors especialy Imp is realy good + hot bits are much hotter than the hot bits on any other series I have bothered to watch)
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vax on vax off.
Nowadays, that's the line for a massage parlor.
Face/Off works too.
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Old 18th May 2012, 08:52 AM   #6085
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Did you see the telly series ( above avverage actors especialy Imp is realy good + hot bits are much hotter than the hot bits on any other series I have bothered to watch)
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saw first season in few days , complete

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Old 18th May 2012, 10:16 AM   #6086
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Nah - I'ma real mutt - Irish (25%) English (25%) Sioux Indian (12.5%) Spanish (12.5) German (12.5%) Bohemian (12.5). My new found sisters and I are gonna run some DNA to find some more roots 'cause we still don't know where great-grandparents came from.....
Many years ago my Mother was talking with a friend about this ancestry thing.

My Father overheard and advised them to leave it alone as he believed that tracing a family tree led to the inevitable conclusion that it was not very long since one left it!
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Old 18th May 2012, 12:27 PM   #6087
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Many years ago my Mother was talking with a friend about this ancestry thing.

My Father overheard and advised them to leave it alone as he believed that tracing a family tree led to the inevitable conclusion that it was not very long since one left it!
When I wuz 3 y/o daddy went out "to get a pack of smokes" and he never came back. No one from our family or his ever heard from him again and after two years they had him declared legally dead. Last August I discovered a half sister and in November discovered another half sister and found out that he lived until 1996 - and the saga continues....
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Old 18th May 2012, 12:47 PM   #6088
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Similar happened a friend's wife whose mother had a breakdown and she was adopted. Many years later she found that she had a twin sister! They eventually met up and all was well. The mother eventually remarried but having had her children adopted would not meet with them. M considers her adoptive parents as her real parents.

I am pleased that you are meeting your long lost family and hope that it is a pleasant experience for all of you. Are they also wackko dummies? Do any of them know anything about hydrolics?
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I am pleased that you are meeting your long lost family and hope that it is a pleasant experience for all of you. Are they also wackko dummies? Do any of them know anything about hydrolics?
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Course it vont work bearing are upside down + stay avay from matching or exact products of base lenght.

Golden ratio prety much close to it also known as Harmonic Ratio get you loads of harmonics + Fibonacci did not have a clue about sound systems.

It helps a lot if you can stick the routh of minus one and 42 (most important fortytwo) some vhere.

so assuming arm lenght is 42 units then work out proportions of system based on 1 2.16 2.93 or up to 1 2.22 and 3.04
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