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Both of those are looking mighty fine Mr T! You've got a lot of quality imagery on there and i like the neatness and simplicity of your website :thumb

Would look even cooler with an icon or link back to Oblivion State on that "links" tab, a bit of mutual back scratching if you know what i mean :)

Great stuff mate, cheers :thumb

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Ooops, I'm a ####. I'll get that link sorted. Thanks for comments, think my site is slowly getting there mate.

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Get some nuts! :D

I catch you acting like a crazy fool again, you're gonna meet my friend PAIN! :)

Edited by hamtagger
Added more jibber jabber

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