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  1. Standard member TheSphinx
    The-Sphinx
    13 Oct '05 11:16
    Would somebody please explain to me what 'Recs' are?
  2. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    13 Oct '05 11:44
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    Would somebody please explain to me what 'Recs' are?
    Useless.
  3. 13 Oct '05 13:50 / 1 edit
    A highly accurate measure of your general worth as a human being.
  4. 13 Oct '05 18:28 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    Would somebody please explain to me what 'Recs' are?
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  5. Standard member zakkwylder
    Mouth for war
    13 Oct '05 20:45
    Originally posted by adje
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    Is this a question? Because if so, it would be useful for you to let us know in the future.
  6. 14 Oct '05 18:09
    Originally posted by zakkwylder
    Is this a question? Because if so, it would be useful for you to let us know in the future.
    If this is in response to my post, then I have no idea what you are talking about .
    Of course it wasn't a question, it was an answer .
  7. 14 Oct '05 18:24
    Originally posted by dottewell
    A highly accurate measure of your general worth as a human being.
    That coming from a person who allegedly never uses irony...!?
  8. Standard member TheSphinx
    The-Sphinx
    20 Oct '05 16:45
    Originally posted by zakkwylder
    Is this a question? Because if so, it would be useful for you to let us know in the future.
    Of course it's a question. That's why I placed a question mark at the end of the sentence.

    How stupuid can anyone be with only one head?

    ps..That's another question.... in case you were wondering.....
  9. Standard member TheSphinx
    The-Sphinx
    20 Oct '05 16:45
    Originally posted by adje
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    Thanks for a sensible answer. Now I understand.
  10. 20 Oct '05 17:39
    You're welcome.