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T3h_Sh4d0w_1337

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#1 10 years ago

You know what? Screw it. I've been debating and debating with myself, but I'm just going to try it.

I'm starting a question-answer thread. Namely this one. Yay.

Of course, its entirely possible that centurion will come and steal it in revenge...but that's a risk I'm willing to take.

Of course, its equally possible no one could post at all, and the thread will die quickly...oh well. As the title says, it's worth a shot.

So shoot.




Dragonelf68

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#2 10 years ago

*shoots randomly in the general direction of shadow


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T3h_Sh4d0w_1337

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#3 10 years ago
Dragonelf68;4378648*shoots randomly in the general direction of shadow

You call that a question?

:dpistols:




Metall_pingwin

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#4 10 years ago

^failwin?




Penguin_Unit

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#5 10 years ago

How'd you get your name, TSL?




Dipship

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#6 10 years ago

How do I wire up a 12vDC lighted on/off switch? It has four unlabeled terminals.


When in doubt, gas it!



T3h_Sh4d0w_1337

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#7 10 years ago

Metall_pingwin;4378695^failwin?[/quote]

I'd call it a draw.

Penguin_Unit;4378716How'd you get your name, TSL?

I just thought of it out of the blue one day. It was back when 1337 was the "new thing" on the internet, and I was of course addicted. I thought the idea of 1337 people hiding in the shadows was cool. It just stuck.

The only other sn I use now is T3rm1n470r, on youtube.

[quote=Dipship;4378768]How do I wire up a 12vDC lighted on/off switch? It has four unlabeled terminals.

Consult your local utility company. Be warned; this procedure may require money.