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cpuguru

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  • Birthday 04/24/1986

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    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Interests
    Hockey<br />Music<br />Football<br />Computers

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  • System Specifications:
    P4 3.0 C 800FSB Processor P4P800 SE Motherboard 1024 DDR Dual Channel XMS 3200 Ram Ati x850xt 160GB Maxtor 16mb cache sata HD 120GB Hitachi Deskstar sata HD
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    PC Builders Club

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  1. 4th ave, wow that is really really far south. I lived in Clareview for a bit too, I was really young and don't remember much though; I live in St. Albert now, nice and quiet.
  2. Your skin would freeze in less than five minutes under those conditions. The coldest day ever recorded here was -49.4c without windchill; so far this winter I think the coldest day we have received was -50c with windchill, about -39c without. Edmonton has some of the coldest days out of any major city in the world, it is hard to imagine why a million people live here sometimes.
  3. When I carve wood, they all become fire logs haha. Nice work buddy, those are very cool.
  4. Common sense goes a long way, pick up your feet as your exiting the escalator and your feet will remain unscathed. Of course children don't always pick up their feet when they walk, so it is understandable that there would be incidents involving them; but there is no excuse for an adult being injured on one.
  5. it appears that I live in the coldest place on the planet haha
  6. A balmy 48f here today, supposed to get to a whopping 57f though.
  7. My heart breaks for your loss. My deepest condolences
  8. Might go and see a football match, but not likely we are going to see rugby. I am sure that the architecture is just amazing everywhere around Europe, the oldest buildings we have here in Edmonton are about 150 years old and they are generally poorly preserved... seeing some medieval and Gothic architecture would just be amazing. I think that it is safe to say that I won't be doing any driving in Europe... the whole driving on the opposite side of the road thing would certainly mess me up... plus petrol is far too expensive and your cars are too small haha.
  9. bah the only reason I said Europe is to get a cross section of McDonalds prices... I didn't want people from Italy or Germany or... to feel left out if I just asked the Ukers That is cool, so McDonalds really isn't that much more expensive there than here... at least it isn't like £5 for a burger at rotten ronnies. Nice to know that you can get a decent meal anywhere in the world for less than $10 haha
  10. Can someone anywhere in Europe tell me approximately how much it is for a cheeseburger (just the sandwich) at McDonalds. I just want to get a feel for how much stuff costs.
  11. Very true, rich people usually don't say that they are rich either... people imply you are rich.
  12. humility has been back ordered though I see
  13. Maybe if you sell the silver spoon from your mouth you will be able to afford a Lexus Screw buying a diamond ring for your girlfriend, learn some humility... it will go alot further.
  14. You don't need a new air filter unless yours looks bad, you can't clean them though because they are just paper filters (you can get a K&N reusable performance air filter but it will cost you 3-5x more than a regular one). You might want a new fuel filter, it all depends on when it was changed last... if you don't know then you might want to do it anyways, just get them to quote you on it when you take it in and if you are comfortable with the cost then probably get it done. Fuel filter should get replaced at least once a year, preferably more. You got the serpentine belt replaced? How many miles does your vehicle have on it?
  15. 5000km is the generally accepted number here... so about every 3000 miles would be ideal
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