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Post by SungHyun7 » Wed Nov 13, 2002 7:51 am

my vote is for 'that japanese guy' and mikec! :lol:

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Post by ChiefWeasel » Wed Nov 13, 2002 8:17 am

And we got Bladerunner reprazentin' tha UK Masseev! :P

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Post by rally » Wed Nov 13, 2002 3:40 pm

ChiefWeasel wrote:And we got Bladerunner reprazentin' tha UK Masseev! :P
Biggup to that 8)

He should be representing all things watercooling on a global scale :)

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Post by quokked » Wed Nov 13, 2002 9:59 pm

Rusty075 as well guys for putting his pics and getting the site /.'d... :lol:

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Post by crisspy » Thu Nov 14, 2002 1:49 am

MikeC is the guy who heads the only real nitty-gritty quiet compootin' site on the web. Sho' they be others, but they's mostly juss' a talkin' about it, while Mike's doin' it most all of it. And he's in here all the time with us to boot, always got something real good to chip in. Mikey C gets my vote.

Bladerunner and Rusty get a bang on tie for second place. Both total wow-factor DIY'ers, two equally important strategies persued with total excellence.

I say the wild Japanese guy ( NU-san numano3@ybb.ne.jp ) gets special prize for total dedication :shock: We all have things to learn from him. But man I wouldn't want to upgrade on his machine. And I just wish he would join us in here :(

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Post by Rusty075 » Thu Nov 14, 2002 6:37 am

I hereby throw all support behind Mike and Kurt. If it wasn't for them none is this would be here. Including my little article.

Maybe we should chip-in on a nice Christmas present for them? :?

(You guys do do christmas up there in the frozen wastelands of Canada, right? :wink: )

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Post by shunx » Thu Nov 14, 2002 9:48 am

SungHyun7 wrote:my vote is for 'that japanese guy' and mikec! :lol:
Does "that guy" post here?

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Post by TerryW » Thu Nov 14, 2002 7:03 pm

Hi all,

Who started this thread? MikeC, was that you??

Anyway, I'm with Rusty075: Mike & Kurt!! Rah Rah.

Besides, isn't the Japanese Guy & MikeC one & the same!?

As for the Chrismas presents to Mike & Kurt, what do you buy a computer (geek) that has everything? What about a hamster?

Jokesters unite!!

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Post by TerryW » Thu Nov 14, 2002 7:11 pm

To Rusty075,

Yes, we celebrate Christmas up here in the frozen wasteland :wink:

The Christmas tree doesn't fit into the igloo, but we decorate the snow-laden trees with ornaments & Christmas lights & put the presents under the tree.

The stockings on the chimney is also a problem. No chimney!

Snicker Snicker :)

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Post by crisspy » Thu Nov 14, 2002 7:48 pm

:oops: In casting my vote, I neglected due diligence, and failed to vote Kurt with Mike. He was nonetheless not forgotten. His name less often appears in these forums than dose 'MikeC', but we know he is ever present, the ghost in the machine.

As to a Christmas prezzy, we know they need a good SPL meter. Ok Ok, not trying to be self serving (we know who wins if they get one :wink: ), but that must be a pain in his ass, and I think Mike hinted somewhere that a donation would be welcome.

EXTECH - Digital Sound Level Meter ?

Untie jokesters!

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Post by Gxcad » Mon Nov 18, 2002 11:18 pm

How about a year's supply of earplugs? Mike also seems to be awefully fond of SPCR's panaflo reference fans...

-Ken

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