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Member 1019113014-Aug-13 13:05
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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
Tom Clement13-Aug-13 7:06
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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
Sentenryu13-Aug-13 9:41
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Tom Clement wrote:
"Virtually unstoppable" = "Not unstoppable"


That only means it can be overridden to be stoppable.
I'm brazilian and english (well, human languages in general) aren't my best skill, so, sorry by my english. (if you want we can speak in C# or VB.Net =p)

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"'Sophisticated platform' typically means 'I have no idea how it works.'"

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