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    Senior Member Colonel's Avatar
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    I can hear it if I turn up the sound a bit.

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    Everything is kewl on my comp. I guess I am living right.

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    that snap, crackle and popping sound u hear? the older posters typing on the key board .... n some circles its called geriatric posting....

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    Gee Wheeze. I suppose screens that can't be fitted in a pocket or a purse are referred to as "relics from the previous millenium".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    Gee Wheeze. I suppose screens that can't be fitted in a pocket or a purse are referred to as "relics from the previous millenium".
    sorry bro i havent had my peanut butter toast this morning.... u lost me which frankly doesn't take much with me...

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    I hear 5" screens are the new craze. With them you can almost read the text on a web page without zooming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    I hear 5" screens are the new craze. With them you can almost read the text on a web page without zooming.
    gottcha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Am I the only serious one around here trying to get important answers
    Apparently

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    Quest has just ended her quest for serious Cardinals trying to get important answers.

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    Actually, if I have the sound on and am on the main forum page, I hear it. I often have it muted.

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