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Old 3rd March 2012, 09:43   #201
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Originally Posted by the_clangers View Post
I assume you mean to use the word "around" in the above statement.
If so, then technically what you say is true.

However, I have been doing pretty much everything that we do now, with exception of wasting my own money, on the "net" for almost thirty years now. I don't know if that makes me old or sad.
It makes you old AND sad, I think.
"Meet the new boss. The same as the old, old boss..." Richard Hammond (Top Gear 2012)
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Old 3rd March 2012, 16:11   #202
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Originally Posted by phish_100 View Post
It makes you old AND sad, I think.
It is a good thing that I am old enough that I don't really care.
I liked being there first.

Anyway back on topic as Flybot says...

Active sound is FAKE!
Doesn't matter if I have test driven this vehicle. It is a veneer on something that should not be faked. Exhaust can be designed but it should still be "real".

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