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    Quote Originally Posted by Teebs View Post
    I don't even recognise it...?
    The people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20 View Post
    The people!
    And which of the two kinds of British "people" does this tabloid cover? The scantily-dressed and celebutante type people? Or the fully dressed and wearing crowns type people?
    (are there other types of british people?)

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    To be fair Mark uses plastic shuttles what did you expect

    Fidget, it is not one of the higher class newspapers, are any these days? So more along the lines of scantily clad celebrities. Their online description also lists that they are the best source for pet care :/ While we are invoking stereotypes left, right and centre I always thought The People was more of an elderly working class lady type of newspaper, sorry Mark!

    I quite like your warped view of Britain. It is always amuses me to hear other countries views of a stereotypical Britain. I have had lots of fun with my friends from many different countries with us taking national stereotypes to over the top proportions. Unfortunately recently the British stereotype seems to have veered towards we are all lager drinking football supporter esque types (or WAGS if you are female) or royalty/ landed gentry!

    P.S. sorry for the massive off topic, I just couldn't resist commenting as a British person . Hope everyone is having fun with their P-Pro's and other Panda rackets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevex View Post
    To be fair Mark uses plastic shuttles what did you expect
    LMAO!!! on this one...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sevex View Post
    I quite like your warped view of Britain. It is always amuses me to hear other countries views of a stereotypical Britain.
    Not this Panda. Panda thinks all Brits look like Pippa and Kate Middleton! WOW!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    Rackets are here. I've got JUST enough time to get one strung for testing later; review to follow.

    Side note - this is what was waiting for me underneath the plain brown paper around my box. I'm told it's Scott's work...
    haha, that's brilliant drawing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Not this Panda. Panda thinks all Brits look like Pippa and Kate Middleton! WOW!!!
    I wish...

    Apparently this message was too short, this comment is simply to make it longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20 View Post
    Lost a lot of respect for you when I saw the newspaper title you read Mark!
    The People appears in shot, so he must read it... for shame!

    I don't read ANY newspapers, but I especially don't read tabloids. The front third tells us which pointless bint was seen with which pointless twerp, the rear third is all football nonsense, and the middle third tells you how to get rid of cellulite by eating yoghurt with volcanic ash stirred in.

    *end rant. Thanks, James, I needed that.

    In other news, I tried the PPro today. Never played with a racket quite like it... it's going to be an interesting review.

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    Review faster! This is genuinely the first thing I've been excited with for a while, on a par with degree results...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Not this Panda. Panda thinks all Brits look like Pippa and Kate Middleton! WOW!!!
    and this is how brits self deprecate. I said dep-re-cate!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8rrFP2RMmo

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    This just in: a spare PPro may have popped out of the system. I'll be contacting all back-up buyers in turn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    and this is how brits self deprecate. I said dep-re-cate!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8rrFP2RMmo
    In all fairness Newcastle is a land upon it's own... And ooh so tempted, shame I'm not backed up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    the middle third tells you how to get rid of cellulite by eating yoghurt with volcanic ash
    Pray tell....please....

    Also, reads no papers...so you ARE a stereotypical illiterate british person?!

    Insults over....otherwise my pp might never get here

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    I'm not illiterate - I speak very good England! Your PPros will be presented on 31st July.

    Back to Panda-ery.

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    review , pls ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    I'm not illiterate - I speak very good England! Your PPros will be presented on 31st July.

    Back to Panda-ery.
    Ok, nice1 cu den. Luk 4wd 2 it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    This just in: a spare PPro may have popped out of the system. I'll be contacting all back-up buyers in turn.
    Are your PPro's doing the nasty and procreating in that Panda box? Or are you running them off on one of those 3D-copier machines that the BBC technology webpage goes on about?

    And more to the topic:
    What did you mean by saying that your PPro review is going to be "interesting"? That is such a loaded word. Certainly we want your considered mature opinion based on a fair assessment after adequate experimentation ..... but come off it, man, and give us a teaser of what you think of it! How long do you think our current doses of Ritalin can keep our heads from exploding with impulsive impatience?!
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    Hi, how is your A/B comparision getting on?It would greatly help in finalsing my decision.Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    oh.. hard to compare as they are so close.MX80 definitely stiff, and faster response on hard impact. someone much stronger than me might be able to overpower the Precision Pro, but may not be able to overpower the MX80. but difference there is small.accuracy - very similar, not much difference there.speed - also very close. maybe MX80 slightly and very slightly faster.liveliness - PPro, seems to have a bit more bounce.sound - PPro. never heard this kinda of "PACK" explosion before, even with the same string/tension i use everywhere. MX80 is more of a BOOM.they are so close. my MX80 is leaning on the wall next to my machine right now waiting to get a new set of ZM62 laced on to it. once i have that done i will bring them both for a A/B comparison. it will be close one.

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