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Sorry Mat, it was your idea, so you get first bight! Anyway Steve is far too IMPORTANT:P

[Edited on 5-4-2002 by Wallace]

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thank you wallace!

Mat doesnt realise how much work goes into this site... :P:P puppy eyes at every one

and to those who voted for me.. well :mad:

just when i was about to release something real cool too... I will have to see how faithfull the members are to their admin! :tumble::tumble::tumble::tumble:

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dam steve your resorting to blackmail, ,but hell steve were both the club chairmen,were both dedicated........

you wanna get nasty..............:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:P

and jim..........cheers mate:P

[Edited on 5-4-2002 by superchargedIS200]

[Edited on 5-4-2002 by superchargedIS200]

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i dont apprciate everyones vote...

i have worked my nuts off this week ...

Dissapointed! Hmm considering lowering the star scoring system.. get 2 stars when you have 1000 posts! :tumble::tumble::tumble::tumble:

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i am absolutly wetting myself at this one............

steve,your the best,and we all still love you,just that rules are rules:D

ELVIS HAS ENTERED THE LEXUS TENT:P:tumble::smilegrin:

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well i hold the cards..ehheh

next person to 1000 gets 5 stars!

,VOTE STEVE!

[Edited on 5-4-2002 by Administrator]

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[Edited on 6-4-2002 by superchargedIS200]

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Can I vote for both of you guys? You are both offering good deals.

The cheap fuel/ferry/accomadation sounds good from Mat, and the priceless Team Lexus sticker and endless hours toiling over a hot pc from Steve....

Right! I will be that Simon bloke from Pop Idol and I want both of you to perform "Hit me Baby One More Time" by Britney Spears out loud right now, from which I will make my decission on who to vote for:D:D:D

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deary me, admin with all his special tools for the site,is now using them to foil this democratic vote in 5 minuits my vote went from 8 to 20.......

hmmmmmmmmmm,not good ppl

id never do this to my loyal club comrades

lets vote together on this one.....vote steve:smilegrin:

[Edited on 6-4-2002 by superchargedIS200]

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