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  • #16
    Originally posted by [email protected]
    that can be arranged.....
    I'm listening.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Crunk415balla
      I'm listening.
      and if you want me to talk my PayPal addy is...



      btw.... what ever happened to that package you sent me.....?
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      • #18
        Originally posted by [email protected]
        and if you want me to talk my PayPal addy is...



        btw.... what ever happened to that package you sent me.....?
        Its still right here. Bow-Chika-Bow-Wow *unzips jumpsuit*

        I sent you a PM.
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        • #19
          You couldn't pay me enough to live there. If you've actually visited that street you'll see that not only is a dam depressing area, but also that very quickly you would be so maddened by the 744's screaming over your head day in day out. (i dont care how much of an av geek you are, having a plane go over your house at a hundred feet from 5 in the morning until midnight 7 days a week would be a nightmare) Although the area does have good transport links (apart from the obvious) as a place to live it would be dam depressing. And yes London house prices are some of the highest in the world. Hows this for a stat: In the last year the avg London property has added 138 A DAY to its overall value..... Pretty crazy huh.

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          • #20
            Yeah i deffinatly couldn't live there. As Dan says it'd be pretty annoying plus if something good came in and I missed it while living there, i'd be pretty peed off

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