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    [QUOTE=Piprod01]Ohh, I'm feeling pretty good too. ;D
    But I'm sure there are things I'd rather be doing right now. :sexface:
    [QUOTE]

    Aaha I don't know what you mean, perhaps you could explain? lol :P

    Also is anyone on queervillage.com ?
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    Google Chrome's gone all homophobic Whenever I open gaydar, it instantly crashes. Really annoying!
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    (Original post by Bezzler)
    Google Chrome's gone all homophobic Whenever I open gaydar, it instantly crashes. Really annoying!
    I dislike google chrome. Just because it dislikes Windows 7 to be honest, but still. Chrome sucks microsoft.
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    I love google chrome. Much better than Firefox/IE
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    I don't have Chrome, surprisingly; I thought I downloaded it at some point. I use Opera for t'internet, though; it works very well for me.
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    I love Firefox; I love it long-time.
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    I much prefer Firefox, it has everything I want in a browser, including fantastic customisability (is that a word?) that's not really comparable to the others.

    In other news, yay! Mike's excited ebcause he gets to work on a really interesting research project soon ^_^
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    (Original post by youngteacher)
    Aaha I don't know what you mean, perhaps you could explain? lol :P

    Also is anyone on queervillage.com ?
    It would be so much easier to explain it by doing it on you!
    I'm sure you'll get the idea pretty quickly.

    Also, no I'm not on queervillage.com! xD
    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    I much prefer Firefox, it has everything I want in a browser, including fantastic customisability (is that a word?) that's not really comparable to the others.

    In other news, yay! Mike's excited ebcause he gets to work on a really interesting research project soon ^_^
    I love my firefox! xD <3 <3 <3

    Also; woohoo, for you! :woo:
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    I much prefer Firefox, it has everything I want in a browser, including fantastic customisability (is that a word?) that's not really comparable to the others.
    True dat. I know Chrome doesn't have half the themes or plug-ins that Firefox has (Adblock Plus :love:).
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    Firefox > all.
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    (Original post by Laertes)
    True dat. I know Chrome doesn't have half the themes or plug-ins that Firefox has (Adblock Plus :love:).
    I was worried about saying that: since, of course, my account on here is funded by ad revenue. >.>
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    (Original post by dbmag9)
    Like bone the hot men of Soho? :p:
    Like go to places I want to. NOT brothels or gay bathouses before you say.
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    (Original post by Piprod01)
    I was worried about saying that: since, of course, my account on here is funded by ad revenue. >.>
    Ad revenue is overrated anyway.
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    Opera wins because of the custom searches you can make, and the RSS reader, and the built-in IRC client, and the waste-paper bin of tabs you've closed, and mouse gestures (if I ever go back to using a desktop). And probably some other stuff. :yep:

    Yes, I'm sure Firefox has plugins for these. But I like Opera nevertheless.

    (Original post by darkwolf0139)
    Like go to places I want to. NOT brothels or gay bathouses before you say.
    Looks like they're on your mind. :cool:
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    Grr, just after saying how wonderful Opera is, it turns out it fails with editing Google Docs documents. :mad:
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    (Original post by dbmag9)
    Opera wins because of the custom searches you can make, and the RSS reader, and the built-in IRC client, and the waste-paper bin of tabs you've closed, and mouse gestures (if I ever go back to using a desktop). And probably some other stuff. :yep:

    Yes, I'm sure Firefox has plugins for these. But I like Opera nevertheless.


    Looks like they're on your mind. :cool:
    Only because I knew you lot would suggest that lol
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    grr Im bored and bored
    I've started reading Twilight, massive fail. :p:
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    (Original post by gangstermidget)
    grr Im bored and bored
    I've started reading Twilight, massive fail. :p:
    Read American Psycho!
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    (Original post by gangstermidget)
    grr Im bored and bored
    I've started reading Twilight, massive fail. :p:
    Sorry to say but I like the books, they're awesome.

    Ok you lot, I'm going and shall not be back for a week. (Oh the horror) Try not to miss me too much. London's calling Bye xD
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    (Original post by darkwolf0139)
    Sorry to say but I like the books, they're awesome.

    Ok you lot, I'm going and shall not be back for a week. (Oh the horror) Try not to miss me too much. London's calling Bye xD
    they are entertaining is all I can say
    and have fun straight boy :wavey:

    (Original post by BeyondandAbove)
    Read American Psycho!
    is it any good? the name sounds psycho :p:
 
 
 
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