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    Couple of quick questions for all.....

    Neither one of these questions belongs in this section, but what the hell!!

    1. Does anybody know of a good website where one can order personalized ODI shirts for Pakistan? I wanted one that said Wasim Akram's name and number.
    2. For the PS2 version of Cricket 2004, is there one available that's playable on US version of PS2?


    Thank you guys in advance for your help....

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    It's another South American river. C'mon, wake up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    It's another South American river. C'mon, wake up.
    As I tire of telling my Mum, I cannot be expected to know the name of every river, city, etc. in The World.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    As I tire of telling my Mum, I cannot be expected to know the name of every river, city, etc. in The World.
    Shame, Im fairly confidant I do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
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    I thought it was a new word-association game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    As I tire of telling my Mum, I cannot be expected to know the name of every river, city, etc. in The World.
    It's a pretty damn big one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    I thought it was a new word-association game.

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    I knew I'd catch some sucker - just a shame it wasn't Scallywag.
    Probably too busy spouting whatever rubbish he's on ATM in the Ponting thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    It's a pretty damn big one!
    Maybe an explanation of why I only got a C in Geography (complete A-level).
    Though I can't believe it would have helped me much in either of my crap papers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    Maybe an explanation of why I only got a C in Geography (complete A-level).
    Though I can't believe it would have helped me much in either of my crap papers.
    Geography A-Level has nothing to do with labelling places (though I think I did once trace a map of Africa from the question paper to the answer booklet and name all the countries, as I was bored and had time at the end to burn).

    It's about understanding patterns and processes and build up over time, not the isolation of single events.

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard's A Levels
    The collapse of that cliff was clearly caused not by the build up of pressure over time due to the constant bombardment of fast, short-pitched waves. It fell to a wave that was very similar to one that had hit 18 months beforehand which it had absolutely no trouble with. It was simply a needless loss of concentration - the waves were only hitting at 2.5-a-minute, which is a quite adequate rate. The sea should take no credit in its collapse.

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