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    Hehe.. There's nothing than can't be fixed with a can of beer!

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    Or two

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    What bottles or slabs?
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    As I don't know what a slab is, I looked it up in the dictionary:

    1. A broad, flat, thick piece, as of stone or cheese.
    2. An outside piece cut from a log when squaring it for lumber.
    3. Baseball The pitcher's rubber.

    What does this mean when it comes to beer?

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    Good question PG.

    The only definition I have for slab is like a paving slab which you would find on a pavement or a patio.

    As bottles was mentioned I'm guessing it has something to do with strorage?

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    I own ludicrus amounts of Amiga floppies, some of which may be duplicates. Last cound was 724 floppy disks (that includes games, applications, workbench disks and other software)

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    I also own hundreds and hundreds of the blighters. I don't use many of them anymore though so I may need a bit of a clearout.
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    I even own more PS2 games (800+) on CD than Amiga discs Amiga stuff is on HDD.

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    That's one big collection you have there. How many PS2 games has been released throughout the years? Do you almost have a complete collection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Humphrey View Post
    I also own hundreds and hundreds of the blighters. I don't use many of them anymore though so I may need a bit of a clearout.
    Mine are all sat in a couple of boxes in the bottom of the wardrobe, next to a couple of boxes with tons of Amstrad CPC tapes in 'em

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