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You may be right. Looking at his comment history is not particularly encouraging though. I've considered the ban before, but I've never felt I had enough grounds to do it apart from a few incidents; the latest was just the last straw. He's welcome to appeal to dag or lucky if he feels so inclined - that in itself would show an interest in being part of the community instead of just a youtube douchebag.
I'm not sure being a douche is a banable offense. We've all have those sorts of days.
Thanks for the points.
You just received a gift of 2 Power Points from member @pumkinandstorm. What a lovely meatbag.
Thank you very much! After being here for a year I really should know these things by now!!
You gotta put the URL in [square brackets] with the backup invocation. I got it for ya.
Country western songs of course
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Regarding timeshift ... I noticed it most when the gal is singing background [kinda of jerks around] and/or the fact that the separately filmed segments are interspersed. I could be wrong in the designation. My apologies if I am
Where's that? I'm not seeing it.
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Yeah either that or kill the cat.
Time to install a pet door.
The latin pronunciation of the word would indeed be ow dee oh, meaning to hear or to listen to... it would certainly start ow, actually I'm not 100% sure of the last sound (which is missing in the car name anyway). Correct or not for a German company, it is the latin pronunciation of a latin word which leads to the situation you are complaining about.
In the US, most people say "ow dee" but in Germany it's "aw dee". It's Latin for "Listen" and shares it's roots with "audio" which makes me think "aw dee" is correct. I've never heard anyone say "ow dee oh".
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