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Old 6th March 2009, 02:53 AM   #201
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Originally posted by SimontY
I'd buy a medium (XS is USA size??)
Just last week, I ate cheeseburger while driving, only once; and that's bound to be better than daily. My old model Cadillac is so much cleaner because there's less clumsy moments with a cheeseburger when the phone rings. Honestly, I don't know whether its funny or sad that I'm not kidding.

Well, we're starting to bicycle more and travel less. Of course this "travel less" makes more time for jammin out and for figuring out equipment for that at

Here's hoping that the new logo is very cool!
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Old 6th March 2009, 03:06 AM   #202
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Thank you for that connection idea. Like most physical products, its shipping each one out that is the biggest problem.. But it could be done. I have a pretty good idea about the design. I'll write you when I have something to show your friend.

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Old 6th March 2009, 03:39 AM   #203
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well I think it would be a great idea to raise some funds to help out ya know, times are tight nuthin wrong with some good old fashion fund raising. I will pay a little extra for not doing the leg work man. You don't get to be as big as a tent walking about right? 4x for me please

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Old 6th March 2009, 05:50 AM   #204
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After all this transition, no doubt that we need the bucks!
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Old 6th March 2009, 12:56 PM   #205
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Another option for shirts would be to use a service such as


The design is uploaded and they deal with the printing and shipping. You can set the design owners commission rate per sale and it is payed out every quarter. We have used them for a few years and have had no problems with the service.

The advantage is there is no stock to hold so you don't end up with odd sizes left over after the popular sizes have sold out.

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Old 7th March 2009, 06:48 PM   #206
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Spreadshirt looks nice, thanks John!

I have continued this T-Shirt thing over in the "I Wanna T-Shirt" thread.

Please have a look a it.
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Old 7th March 2009, 09:38 PM   #207
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Thanks for that link!

I have a Cafe Press, but they don't take PP. These guys do. Time to switch.

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Old 8th March 2009, 09:44 AM   #208
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Is there anyway to add html coding support in the posting window?
I have such a hard time with UBB, can't remember schidt, have to look it up each and every time. I rarely ever post because it's so tedious for me.

I run OE5.5 and refuse to downgrade to a new browser. I have it locked down with only the bare minimum scripting trust, for login purposes only. The VB applet in the posting window doesn't even work because of this... but I accept that I because I choose to run tight security on my end... even in my trusted zone because there are so many other sites that take advantage in the backgound. Google is worse than doubleclick in that respect. (Thank God for the HOSTS file function!)
I beg of you to keep the new format simple! Function over form!

I love this site for it's members, the content, and especially the format. IT ALL WORKS in perfect harmony. It's the best forum, and the best configured bulletin board on the net (with DSLreports running a close second).
I cannot even begin to count how many sites I've stopped visiting after their UPGRADES! Like my TV.... I've kicked them to the curb... never to return! Life is too tedious for all the doodad CR4P they cram down our throats.... just because they can. Like I contacted Ebay recently, and told them if they're so set upon wanting to provide their visitors with a sensual experience, they ought to give up the auctions and go into manufacturing DILD0S instead!
They have their priorities mixed up!
And that's WHY I love this site so much. I can kick of my shoes and unlax, I never feel threatened here, knowing I won't abused by your background tracking scripts. (blocked by my hosts file, which speeds your site up pretty good! :-)

Please be VERY conservative with the update.
I'll keep my fingers crossed. Good luck.
Thanks for the ride so far. It's been great!
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Old 8th March 2009, 11:08 AM   #209
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We will certainly not allow unparsed html input as it's just begging for someone to abuse it. Also, the new site will require javascript all over the place to be remotely functional.
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Old 8th March 2009, 04:57 PM   #210
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Just registered an hour ago and must say that this a most impressive forum.
There is nothing like rolling the old chair into a new office. Congrats and best wishes on a smooth upgrade!
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