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Thread: My home away from home LOL




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    This is the hide out away from the wife and kids. :)

    Watch ya file sizes, >800KB is far too much. W

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    One of these days I will cut my window and I'll post a pic of that.

    Have a thought about those on dailup when postin' pic's. W

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    don't understand why you posted twice...:confused:
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    why don't you post it over in this thread:

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...&threadid=4426

    ;)

    btw, these 2 threads should have been one from the begining.
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Ok the threads have now been merged and the pic's resized from 800+KB down to about 80KB each.

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    no wonder i was having problems merging these 2 threads
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Pretty tight setup you got going there man! One day I should get around to taking a good picture of my room. But it's messy now, and doesn't have the full effect you know? And are those pedals under you desk?
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    Sorry if I posted this in the wrong place and had the wrong pic size. Anyway, yes they are CH pro and the along with the Pro flight yoke, and the Saitec x36 usb, I didn't show the TSR wheel and peddals, or the other game pads, LOL I got just about as much gaming setups as my kids. They have almost the same setup I posted.
    Again, sorry if I posted in the wrong place and format.

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