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Old 12-10-2007, 02:46 AM   #11
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Patrick Norton rules, and so does Leo Laporte...
TechTV was the best channel ever, UNTIL G4 took it over. I miss TechTV, G4 sucks
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I second that 100%!!!!! I can't STAND G4, it is a worthless, mindless channel with ZERO good programming. "The Screensavers" FOREVER! ahaha. I used to be a TechTV addict.
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