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Answer this for your 100 points.
Thanks again.
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by:The_Brain
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Hi i am Zyqwert in cognito, gimme the points or I will be forced to, to, to, track you down and hit you with a water baloon.
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btw, (u after q)
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zyqwert earned 100 total points
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Thanks Zebada
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by:zebada
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Sorry I took so long, I've been offline for a while (CMOS is playing up again)

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