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    CTwug 2015 Awards - May 30

    Hi all

    Just under 3 days left for voting(poll on this thread) and nominations.

    Ogon Today, 05:17 Go to last post

    Anglosaxon Tower Mast

    Just phone a friend if you need help...
    I do even lift bro :P

    Fossil Yesterday, 12:51 Go to last post

    Old user trying to get back onto Venus...

    yep, seems I have much better signal to Borg2:


    Will contact Borg2 operator to see if I can connect.

    pk007za Yesterday, 12:00 Go to last post

    Anglosaxon Tower Mast

    I will try to complete the foundation tonight.
    I appreciate the offerings for help, problem is I work most of the time and can only do this at night.

    Help would be required to lift the mast...

    anglosaxon Yesterday, 07:47 Go to last post

    Wuggers Spotted

    Spotted an Admin at his workplace :P

    Works at 4C Group of Companies

    This was 14 April... My pc has been left dead to be revived so I am a bit late :P

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