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    I'm known internationally as 'eob', had to extend my username somewhat as the forum was demanding more letters in my username, somebody, please, fix it!

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    Did you have to extend it THAT much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eob View Post
    I'm known internationally as 'eob', had to extend my username somewhat as the forum was demanding more letters in my username, somebody, please, fix it!
    Done. Just seen as it's you

    Good to have you hosted here again!
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    Yeah, haven't actually moved ANY sites over yet but I'm working on it

    Thought you might enjoy this:
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    Slacker

    Thanks for the mention though. And the car is long overdue replacement, when I decide what I want!
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    Get a TVR.

    Seriously.

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    Nah, get a Jeep..... They are way better for those hot sunny days.
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    Yes, but, afaik, Matt is straight?

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    Matt is straight. And he's probably leaning towards an RX8 for now, although I do have a soft spot for Lotuses.
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    Rx8... wouldn't if I were you. Too thirsty, too unconventional an engine design. From a petrolheads perspective it's all very interesting with whirry combustion chambers and talk of a direct-burn hydrogen version, etc, but for the average man-about-town who wants to say 'Hey, ladies, I own a successful hosting company' you want the Nissan 350z. Think of it as a modern Capri that doesn't oversteer into hedges if you change the radio station too quickly.

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    I love the 350z. Unfortunately I stacked my car into a bollard a few years back which means insurance is still expensive. 350z is top of the insurance tree.

    And usually when you say "I own a succesful hosting company", you have to spend the next 15 minutes explaining web hosting with the apartment building and landlord analogy
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    Try explaining dynamic websites to a drunk 21 year old hottie in Wexford at 2am. In her defence, she had that Ruth Badger thing going on, short, not fat, but... curvy... The kind of cleavage you only ever see in Robin Hood films when he's being served by a 'buxom maiden' at the village inn.

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    I like my Jeep be cause at the end of the day, when I'm done playing with all my high-tech gizmos, it's nice to hop in and drive something that only works on Suck, Squeeze, Bang and Blow. (Tell me I'm wrong....)

    Honestly, I was going to recommend a Elise, before the Jeep, but then they are the same price as a vette with 4 less cylinders and the same, alleged, Gas mileage. A lotus isn't as common and I would think it'd turmn more heads. When I see an RX8 around here it usually belongs to a spoiled rich kid.
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    What is your reason in changing your username?

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    I can't understand, why do u need it

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