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02/September/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Well, we're back with Season 3 of Rebels, and we've done a bunch of stats today based on the subject of yesterdays review of, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 1: Steps into Darkness. Today we've added Industrial Automaton DTS-series Dismantler Droid to the Star Wars D/6 Droids Section, Kassius Konstantine (Imperial Admiral) and Arihnda Pryce (Imperial Governor) to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, Reklam Station to the Star Wars D/6 Planets and Places section, and the BlasTech DL-44 LE heavy blaster pistol to the Star Wars D/6 Weapons Section of the Site.

        After typing up each of the stats, I always load them to make sure they're looking okay (for example I forgot to add Admiral Konstantines Picture today), but I noticed an advert below claiming that Britain would be abandoned. Britain being my home, I wondered what the heck they were talking about, so clicked on the ad, and it was for a Bitcoin rip off called "Britcoin" (which I actually found a fairly smart name), but it wouldn't let me know any more because I was in the wrong country.
        Given the product claims to be British, I love that the creators (who undoubtedly aren't British) don't let Brits access it.
        Oh, and unless you haven't already guessed it, Britcoin is 100% guaranteed by me to be a scam.


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