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Eckspurt- Answer this one

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I bumped your total to 270 from my last question but it didn't take (stupid thing).  So, now I'm going to give you a 120 point question for being you!
If anyone else answers this you will get an F!
-Vision
BTW-Thanx for all the trouble I put you through on the last question!
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eckspurt earned 120 total points
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Well, thanks!

You're very welcome.  I'd have given up if it was really TOO much trouble.  :-)

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