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    Fall to your knees before Evil Steve

    I for one welcome our new shitting overlord.
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    Yeah I have the GL with a flashed DD-WRT and have been really impressed (2 years now) though it needs some updating. Seems to be better than most of the other custom firmware I've seen for the router.
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    ...and you still tried to follow her home
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    Wrath of the Lich King

    Lv70 Holy Paladin. I don't even know why the game is so enjoyable... it just is, but it really takes its toll on your productivity so I wouldn't encourage anyone with poor time management skills to play it.
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    I really need to start meeting new people...

    Come to Town Hall The Hall of Halls of course :D. I'll come visit soon.
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    Poetic Justice!

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    Poetic Justice!

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    I had a fight

    Here in London you would probably have been knifed.
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    Video game music, and music inspired by video games...

    I am going to third Machinae Supremacy and also ask if you have seen OCRemix?
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    Just answer yes or no, DirectX 10 (can you support)

    Yes. Vista Business 64-bit and an 8800GTS. I dual-booted with XP because I was cautious of Vista but I haven't used XP since about the first week after the dual boot. I like Vista *ducks*
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    Any professional contractors/freelancers here?

    I am fairly certain nts and yourself are correct as this was what I was under the impression of. As a sole trader things are fairly easy. You don't need to register yourself with Companies House, but you do pay standard tax and NI, although I'd imagine it's a bit of a saving as it is only done at the end of the year when you complete your self-assessment and so have maybe gained on interest over the year. In the long run though it is more beneficial to set up as a limited company and you can maximise your profits by careful control of financials such as paying yourself a low salary.
  12. In my opinion, Knocked Up, which I saw first was not really that enjoyable. It reminded me a lot of 40 Year Old Virgin with most of the humour cringe-worthy. On the other hand, I absolutely loved Superbad. I could not stop laughing through the whole movie, with only a very short down time of minutes between really hilarious scenes. Totally surprised me.
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    Any professional contractors/freelancers here?

    I am in a similar situation to you I think. I was employed for a year but then switched to being a contractor. Now, IANAL but so far I have been doing some work as a 'Sole Trader'. I do some work and then I write an invoice to the company. I have to keep track of everything and at the end of the year complete a self-assessment form for my taxes, which as far I have read is greatly simplified compared to the next option... Starting a limited-liability company. I will probably be looking to do this sometime after the financial year has ended but unfortunately I cannot offer much advise since I plan on hiring an accountant to take care of the setup and then all the taxes and forms I will need to do. I think those are your two main options, operating as sole trader or as a limited company. I don't know which is available or more applicable in your circumstances but the sole-trader route is certainly a lot easier and less paperwork (I think the only thing you really need to do is contact Inland Revenue to say you are self-employed) so would make most sense if you can take it. Once again, I'm pretty new to it too so I am sure someone can correct me :P
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