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i got some nice download speeds of that link 600 - 750kb/s

ill have to try that one day... the only thing close enough to that around my area is the nepean river but i dont think thats going to freeze anytime soon.

what would ice be like compared to the skid pan?

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Like chalk and cheese.

Ever been skiing? Ice Skating?

Driving on ice would be the most fun I think you could have in a road car.

Mad as heel sideways at walking pace!!

Damn slippery.

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