edit by bakunin: You could have shown the courtesy to ask if it is OK to advertise your forum here. As generous as i know Neo to be and given you are probably a non-profit organisation he might have allowed it. But simply using us as your free advertising vehicle without as much as giving notice is a bit overstretching your welcome, don't you think?
Sorry, but try again when you have grown up enough to acquire some manners - thread closed, offender banned.
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