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By the way, I'm leaving for vacation tomorrow afternoon and won't be back until the 2nd or 3rd of January.  If you see anyone hung up or waiting for me let them know.  I haven't answered anything since the weekend, but there might be some out there anyways.

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todd
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And what are the points for?  My pretty face?
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I wouldn't know about that.  

They were for the RTTI question (see comments there) but I screwed up (with EE's help).
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>> They were for the RTTI question
Oh, OK.
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Thanks!
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