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    How about a forum dedicated to making your own Boba Fett costume?

    http://www.thedentedhelmet.com/
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    Do you have some weird medical condition that made you look up dented helmets?
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    I actually can't remember how I came across it. It just came up in the search results.

    Slightly off-topic...

    Would you trust the advice of this site?

    http://www.technicaljazz.co.za/

    After all it's all about the technical jazz...
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    The various marching arts boards can get just as nasty as that forum where the fight was over the color of Spitfires.

    The best one is generally Drum Corps Planet ( http://www.drumcorpsplanet.com/forum...lastdate=86400 ), but some of the old school/new school threads can get very tiresome...and don't even get me going on the eternal argument about brass in G vs Bb

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    Bugger! I followed that link and then got hooked on one about how to clean your washing machine if you are OCD. I haver just spent six hours cleaning my machine.
    Admittedly, it is now like new.

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    The funniest thing I have read on a forum and possibly the best thread on the internet. Two guys on a bodybuilding forum argue about how many days are in a week. Start at #6:

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=107926751
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broadsword View Post
    I joined the Ford Transit Forum recently to get some advice on a problem and discovered a whole new scary world...
    I then started to wonder about other unusual Forums that exist out there and am keen(!) to find out if anyone on here knows of any?
    Any suggestions Gav?
    My mornings can be stressful with decisions to be taken.
    Muesli with semi-skimmed, or eggy bread with bacon?
    Grapefruit juice or orange whilst combing or using a brush?
    With so much procrastination I find myself in a rush.
    Should I wear my coat and boots, a woolly scarf with a hat?
    Hide the key inside a pot or under the front door mat?
    Would the bus be quicker (although there is a queue)?
    I dash back home to go on-line and share my thoughts with you.

    Now, when I have a question, a query or a worry,
    armed with only a cup of tea and a cup of coffee, I download you in a hurry.
    Technology has saved me.
    I’m free to choose my path.
    And after so much excitement
    I stop to take a shower or was that a bath?

    (apologies to anybody who has trouble deciding which parking space to pick in a car park - I don't think there is a forum for indecisive behaviour but I might be wrong)

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