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    @ arizona
    there is a groove+grid pointing that way but is in station for Snakedoctor but we can put up something towards your side

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    Dit is baie bad, ek sal in kontak moet kom met jou Diabolix

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    CTWUG is a Cape Town based operation geared towards community based wireless networking and is a non-profit entity. Our aim is to promote the use and understanding of 802.11 wireless equipment and to build a citywide free wireless network available to all.

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