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This thread is only for non-premium members. If you are a premium member, go away now. You can't read this.
Or were you going for can't read as in illiterate vs can't read as in can't see?
Or do you just have really messy typing?
Corri, I'm telling you, you are not able to view this.
What a lame thread, I can't read a bloody thing...
Yes I can
i am reading this. i am a forum criminal.
Ten out of sixteen of these posts are by people not allowed in the thread;
veni vidi posti
and all for free (as if I would pay good money to banter with a penguin ).
This is class war, get lost richy rich.
That's pretty funny coming from someone who isn't actually here.
Wow. So if I pay for membership I could have avoided reading this topic? Sign me up!
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