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Announcement   Announcement : Xmas has come early with Issue 38 of The Crypt
   posted by Zola on 19-Dec-2004 12:08:58 (1365 reads)
End of the year, and another gripping read is ready for you at www.thecryptmag.com.

Entitled "The Forgotten Heroes", we explore the often unknown facts of the "Great War".


Like, How many died? What sort of tactics did the Generals use to cause such a loss of life? How did they loose a whole Battalion?
It took to long for them to realize that they now had to fight their wars with completely different tactics from what they were used to, and many of their own men died as a result.

Do you like to know the weather before you go out? We show you a great program for the PC that tells you just what you need to know, including a 10 day outlook.

How difficult is it to upgrade your computer? Our Mr Urie shows you how.

Chris delves deep into the history of car bodies and shows just how things have evolved from the basic cart design.

There's to much in the magazine to mention here, so I suggest you pop along soon and have yourself a very happy Xmas, and on behalf of Riyan Productions may we all wish you a great new year.
    

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mjohnson 
Re: Xmas has come early with Issue 38 of The Crypt
Posted on 19-Dec-2004 18:44:34
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From: going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.

Parrot shooting, eh?

We don't serve food in here, eh?




Cracks me up every time!

Nice tip about that FreeRAM app as well, something to give a try at work, see if it does anything for us.


As always, I enjoy your services!


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Zola 
Re: Xmas has come early with Issue 38 of The Crypt
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"He is an Ex parrot, gone to his maker he rests in peace"




Thanks for the comments, as to freeRAM, I`ve been using it here for about a month now and it works fine for me.

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Gotta check out that Adult section ASAP


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