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    heh... wtf... im getting flamed by a punk ass $$$$$?
    and gayol???? $$$$ you for one i dont use gayol
    for 2 c is the only lang i dont know yet... for 3 STFU YOU GOOD FOR NOTHING HORSE $$$$!
    Last edited by xlordt; 10-12-2003 at 08:48 PM.
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    Bah, you call that a response?

    Why don't you take you and your smooth brain and go learn to speak like a normal person.

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    Originally posted by xlordt
    heh... wtf... im getting flamed by a punk ass $$$$$?
    and gayol???? $$$$ you for one i dont use gayol
    for 2 c is the only lang i dont know yet... for 3 STFU YOU GOOD FOR NOTHING HORSE $$$$!
    So you know every other language out there except C?
    Wandering aimlessly through C.....

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    =) i will be back you will see!
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    >>i will be back you will see!
    Not in this thread, you won't.

    Closed. If you want to have personal arguments, do it via PMs.
    When all else fails, read the instructions.
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