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    Happy Birthday Retroman.
    Yeah top shelf products for Steve.
    He wouldn't do anything as crass as viewing subject matter of an adult persuasion online.

    Hope you had a good one Harrison.
    No pointing asking if you did now though.
    At your age, you will never remember anything that "far" in the past.
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    Hi.

    Many Thanks.

    I think everything should be in Topaz 8 in honour.
    If it helps, a while back I did change my Windows fonts to Topaz. I soon changed it back to Tahoma.

    I thought I wasn't going to get a birthday topic, but then I remembered that harrison didn't have one either. Happy birthday for last week Harrison! .

    I regulaly check the forums and read a few posts but I havn't had too many amiga or computer issues that havn't been solved elsewhere. Most of my queries tend to go into a relavent IRC channel now since I have an IRC client open all the time. I have been busy with college, but unlike for alot of people (I have never understood why), it does not take up my entire day. And no, I havn't passed my driving test. Given up on driving for now. I had a good go at it but I will save it for when I have more use for it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiago
    Happy Birthday Harrison !!!
    How old are you now? i still think i'm one of the youngest here...
    Asuming the age in your profile is correct, I think there are plenty that are younger than you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Coates View Post
    Asuming the age in your profile is correct, I think there are plenty that are younger than you.
    Looks like a spot of wishful thinking from Tiago
    I've lost my smile again...

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    Asuming the age in your profile is correct, I think there are plenty that are younger than you.
    Yes, correct, i am 32.
    I dont concider myself old, but i am working with COBOL since begining of 1998, so 11 years of old language like COBOL dont make me younger

    My girlfriend also think i'm not old, actually she says i am a child...
    Sometimes i put my Miggys on the leaving room floor, to set up new parts/boards with joysticks and mouses all over the place, and she says:
    "look at you... playing like a child..." and it's not only the Miggys, i also enjoy a lot my train moddeling, so it's all toys all around.
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    I personally think people are a bit odd who view themselves as being "adults" and refuse to carry on enjoying games or other childhood activities from their youth just because they are now older.

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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    Being an adult means you can do what you want.
    So that means playing games and being a immature idiot for me then.
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    Happy birthday from Balgium too!

    Have a nice one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buleste View Post
    It's Retro Steve's Birthday. Many Happy Returns. I think everything should be in Topaz 8 in honour.


    P.s. Nobody tell Harrison but we forgot his birthday on the 28th December. If nobody mentions it maybe he won't notice.
    This good enough?

    http://stevecoates.net/stuff/topaz.png

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