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    Tip#67: Sell Your Wii Deanis's Avatar
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    yeah, but in Australia at least, youd call Russians, Russians and Chinese/Japanese asian, whilst indians are typically indian.


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    I think it's the opposite Eki, and I don't know where it came from.

    And I agree with Deanis...But if you get into technicalities...And to the point, the reason why Indian is called Asian in England.
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    Hrm I read some book a while ago that was referring to Indians as Asians. Took me a bit to realise what was going on there. I actually thought there was just heaps of Japanese/Chinese people hanging around. Then I decided to actually think a bit more and actually use some of my geography knowledge. Then the book made a whole lot more sense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zorba View Post

    your sounding a bit like an american there liger, outside your realm means it doesnt exist.
    hey i'm not american! dont put me in the same class as them


    mannnn " yummy noodle bar" noodles... kick ass


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekiushi View Post
    Hrm I read some book a while ago that was referring to Indians as Asians. Took me a bit to realise what was going on there. I actually thought there was just heaps of Japanese/Chinese people hanging around. Then I decided to actually think a bit more and actually use some of my geography knowledge. Then the book made a whole lot more sense.
    Geographic skills? You?...Didn't you say you had a terrible sense of direction?
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    what do you guys think of a Samsung 24" widescreen LCD for $469??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Liger_zero9999 View Post
    what do you guys think of a Samsung 24" widescreen LCD for $469??
    Sounds like a good deal, we got the same equivalent for twice the amount last year...

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    Well i just bought myself one... downside is that they have to manually confirm orders for them. as there is a strictly limited ammount at tht price untill they get the price incresed ones. so i guess i will get a phone call tomorrow


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    Shit price, shit brand.

    Yay! I've persuaded friends into doing the SCUBA course too
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    with importing the GTiR expeted to run up a $10,000-$15,000 bill. aswell as the ~$6,000 JP trip in october.. this is the best that i can do.. unless you want to pay for some of it ???


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