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Impossible to believe how somebody could make such a careless typo on their "webstie" isn't it?

 

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webstie

 

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Even funnier are listening to folks trying to pronounce Prepar3D as "pre-par three dee" instead of "prepared"... :LMAO:


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Even funnier are listening to folks trying to pronounce Prepar3D as "pre-par three dee" instead of "prepared"... :LMAO:

 

Crap, I was saying it wrong all along.  :wacko:

 

Anyway, it doesn't really matter if there's a tiny mistake - I'm sure it will be corrected one day, but I've seen worse before.


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Crap, I was saying it wrong all along.  :wacko:

I'd have thought anyone with "dude" as part of their username would have recognized the use of "3" as a not-so-subtle way to look kool, such as typing "n33d" or "luv3 or even "n3rd..." B)


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is that P3D or P3Dv2? :lol:


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I'm still recovering from the shock of learning that it is really Eff Ess Ten and not Eff Ess Ex.

 

I also propose Ghidorah's Law.

 

The chance of making a typographical or grammatical error on an internet forum increases exponentially when commenting on a previous typographical or grammatical error.

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Even funnier are listening to folks trying to pronounce Prepar3D as "pre-par three dee" instead of "prepared"...

I actually thought it was Prepared 3D honestly....


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I'd have thought anyone with "dude" as part of their username would have recognized the use of "3" as a not-so-subtle way to look kool, such as typing "n33d" or "luv3 or even "n3rd..." B)

 

Haha, nice pick up on my username! Maybe it is only me who thinks that I am some cool dude, but in reality; I guess many people think of spending hours on flight simulators is a bit sad and n3rdy.  :P


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Luke Bischoff

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"webstie" 

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I thought "Prepar3d" was pronounced "The Program Formerly Known as Microsoft Flight Simulator."



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