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And that, my friend, is what Kudos are for.

feel free to give them. Free will is paramount.
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Why is there a women talking on my computer about a wireless service now that I've clicked on the link in this post?
 

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Why is there a women talking on my computer about a wireless service now that I've clicked on the link in this post?

 

On what link? The link I put in the source is to the BBC website...
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The Sky is Falling The Sky is Falling!!!!

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On what link? The link I put in the source is to the BBC website...

Sorry, I didn't mean the link actually in this thread or that you link something bad, but on the bbc site when I played the video and closed the tab when I was done after a few seconds I could hear an advertisement still playing. Probably just the flashplayer plugin was glitched, I hope. I haven't heard anymore so I'm guessing it was something like that.

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Even Tunguska was just a 'pebble'.

THIS was an impact (a full broadside in fact):

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I know, it's frightening to think that everything we know could be wiped out so easily wth.gif.
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