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Is it just me, or does this sentence make no sense at all?

To me it just reads completely wrong.
27th Nov 2006, 18:14   | tags:,

mat says:

"You must know" would be right, I guess.

How many people have you heard say "pin number"? Expand the acronym out, and you get - "personal identification number number"

A classic example of RAS* Syndrome.

* redundant acronym syndrome.

27th Nov 2006, 18:16

Dhamaka says:

nice one Mat

27th Nov 2006, 19:01

JokerXL says:

Ah yes, the UK keeping up with the times again.
They've been doing this for, like, ever in the rest of Europe.

27th Nov 2006, 19:40

yes but europe uses encryption, britain doesn't ;-)

27th Nov 2006, 23:15

540air says:

Yes, you get asked for your PIN number all the time. Does seem daft that they don't think about what they're saying.

28th Nov 2006, 17:33

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