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ok well thanks for that il check the cds tomorrow

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ok well thanks for that il check the cds tomorrow


To be honest I would not worry about copying your own CDs for your own personal use. The record label will be happy (you bought the CD). If you don't up load it to the Internet, or sell bootleg copies of it at your local market then I think you will be quite safe from early morning calls from the old bill. As every PC these days comes with a CD burner I doubt every much that there is a person in the UK who has not copied a CD at some point(who owns a computer).

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actually my brother bought the cd but that doesnt really matter does it?

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actually my brother bought the cd but that doesnt really matter does it?


As I said I would not worry. The police have better things to do that prosecute you for copying a couple of CDs. Like turning mob handed at a footy game, and stopping motorists. Things that do not require much effort or paper work! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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ok well looks like iv got something to listen to on the way down to york then.
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I don't buy CD's anymore, or do I listen to music radio. I'm genuingly afraid of what I might buy if I do. I go on the motto that if I hear a song and I like I download it for a fee from Napster.

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ok well looks like iv got something to listen to on the way down to york then.
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Are you coming from the North?

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oooops sorry on the way up to york then.
by any chance will it probably take longer if i went on the train then i would if im going on the coach (which i am)
just wondering

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oooops sorry on the way up to york then.
by any chance will it probably take longer if i went on the train then i would if im going on the coach (which i am)
just wondering


Probably quicker by train, more expensive though.

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but then again the number of repairs that are happening in kent and around london means youl have to get on a bus a couple of times

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oooops sorry on the way up to york then.
by any chance will it probably take longer if i went on the train then i would if im going on the coach (which i am)
just wondering


The National Rail website has the journey down as around 3 hours 40 minutes from Gravesend.

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wow thats a lot quicker but trains are always late so no point going on a train

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wow thats a lot quicker but trains are always late so no point going on a train


Did you hear that FF, Blasphamy? Condemn him to train hell, which is probably being forced to ride one of the damn things. ooppps

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wow thats a lot quicker but trains are always late so no point going on a train


Did you hear that FF, Blasphamy? Condemn him to train hell, which is probably being forced to ride one of the damn things. ooppps


i knew id get picked up on that sorry FF but most of the trains i ride are at least a minuite late. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/argue.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/argue.gif" alt="" />

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wow thats a lot quicker but trains are always late so no point going on a train


The same website would not work out the price though as the route involves the Underground!

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amazing how a subject can change in a few posts

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wow thats a lot quicker but trains are always late so no point going on a train


The same website would not work out the price though as the route involves the Underground!

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Yeah I know I was trying to work out my trip to Farnborough but the estimated time from Victoria to Waterloo on the underground was about 48 minutes I think, I could walk it in that time.

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wow thats a lot quicker but trains are always late so no point going on a train


Did you hear that FF, Blasphamy? Condemn him to train hell, which is probably being forced to ride one of the damn things. ooppps


No, he's right. Besides, I hate trains.




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