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Old 08-25-2005, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default More mangled English

If you have five minutes to spare and want to set your teeth on edge, have a look at this web site (trawled from a spam/scam message I just got). Notice not only the requirement for Flash to do little but annoy any sensible adult, but the tedious sound effects, bouncing graphics, and especially the truly ghastly words!

http://www.ifsd.net/

I am frankly amazed that anyone would spend so much time on graphic design for such a pile of doo-doo.
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