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About Pyro_Monty

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  • Birthday 29/01/1987

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    Scotland, UK
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    Rowing at the national level with local club 'Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association'.<br><br>Learning about and training in various martial arts.<br><br>Learning about and training in the ways of the British Army and Army Cadet Force.<br><br>Middle distance running - anything from a mile to 10K.<br><br>Playing and modding Red Storm Entertainment games.

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    Vympel, Standard Upgrade, SEM
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    http://www.dpreview.com/ http://www.amazon.co.uk/

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  1. Ha, oh dear... you've just reminded me of a terribly embarassing experience I had a few months ago. ... You know about my fainting thing, right? But anyway, that's a good one, T. I only wish I could join you in it. Donate a pint for me, dude!
  2. Rocky, you really should keep your training confined to the gym, man. Tsk, tsk. http://nimportequi.com/video_popup.php?v=126
  3. Yo Chems, True there isn't full coverage of SST, but there is that bit of news (well, it was news to me, anyhow) in the introduction. I dunno... that was enough to get me excited. Just because there weren't the full-on screenshots, doesn't mean it wasn't mentioned.
  4. Yeah, a friend of mine is out in Sri Lanka working on a community development/environmental project. He was spending Christmas at the beach in the South-East; the closest point of Sri Lanka to the epicentre of the earthquake. He's incredibly lucky to be alive (only sustained a few cuts and bruises), and seemingly only survived thanks to locals running along the beach shouting warnings. Another friend of mine, though, is spending a year teaching in Thailand. I haven't even heard her fate and I only hope she was nowhere near the coast.
  5. Yeah, I play it occasionally. I get my ass kicked big time just play casually, really...
  6. Hey dude, have fun! I'm sure you'll have a great time!
  7. Ah yeah, I remember. I saw your post in the Christmas presents thread. Sweet!
  8. Alright, I think I'm ready to order. I found that BenQ monitor on another of my preferred sites for about £40 less than that shown above. I had initially ruled it out, actually, because I'm trying to stick quite closely to my budget of £300, but at this new price it's a whole different story. Unfortunately I couldn't find the Samsung at any decent UK sites (not for a good price, anyway), but thanks for the suggestion.
  9. Great! Thanks Bob, sounds like you know exactly what I want.
  10. *Bump* Hey, sorry to be an ass (I hate bumping as much as the next guy), but I'm looking to order by tomorrow night and I could use some other people's advice. Thanks.
  11. Okay, as long as this doesn't become political, you can continue the discussion... but be careful, yeah?
  12. Crikey guys, cool it. Less of the personal insults and more constructive commentary on Ghost Recon II, please. Edit -- Ah, nuts! Rocky got there first!
  13. Yeah, cool, that is definitely an option. I see it on a UK site for £245 -- that's very good. However, like I say, this is not intended for gaming. I'll be using it on an offline mid-spec PC that I just want to look decent. Edit -- Hang on, I was looking at the wrong model. So that one there's £328... that's still not bad, as far as I can tell.
  14. Hey, I'm looking for a new monitor for use with a "word processing" machine that I'll use in my flat at uni this year. Desk space is at a real premium, so I won't be able to take either my 17" or 19" CRT gaming monitors. I've got no more than £300 ($540) to spend on the monitor, so I'm looking for either a 15" or maybe 17" screen. To be honest, I'd rather get a nice-looking, high-quality 15" monitor than a cheap 17" because, as I say, I'm not worried about the size, more about my eyesight (and saving a bit of money would be nice ). What sorts of features should I be looking for on an
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