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Yeah yeah yeah check my sig. ;)

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My website is in my sig, includes a horrid picture of myself in my about page!

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If there's an Ambroos or AmbroosV on a website it's pretty much always me :p






Pretty convenient to have a first name pretty much nobody else has. Yes, it really, really is my first name.

Aaah, at least ONE fellow country-member :p.





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My website is in my sig, includes a horrid picture of myself in my about page!


Oh my god you were right  :o

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Uh ... well erm ... facebook.com/iamallan, youtube.com/iamallan2 (or AllansBibleVerses), Star Trek Online I'm @clintonseaforth ... on steam I'm "I am Allan"

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Didn't mean it as a personal insult, if that's what you're thinking.


I see you... :ninja:

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I generally use a false name for all internet things. Which works out nicely, since I freaking hate my given name

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