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Points for cognition only!

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vikiingCommented:



                                  !?!?!?

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
You have points to loose or what???
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caraf_gCommented:
C'mon lads,

mark2150 obviously believes cognition deserves some points - perhaps cognition added a valuable comment to one of mark2150's questions that was already answered by someone else? Who knows. It's none of our business anyway.

Just let them get on with it.
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mark2150Author Commented:
Hey, I got a *bunch* of points that needed to be shared with cognition. This is my way of balancing the books.

This is the spirit of co-operation and fellowship that the EE is *supposed* to engender!

Check the thread out:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10116289

emoreau: The Q *does* state "Points for cognition *ONLY*!" (grin)

M
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cognitionCommented:
Thank you very much indeed.
Its surprising how many other people leave comments with a title like "for xxxx only" or try and steal points!!

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mark2150Author Commented:
Here's your points. Thanks for the assist!

M


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vikiingCommented:
I couldn't even suspect there exists an expert named "Cognition".

As English is not my mother tongue, sometimes I have to guess for the real meaning of a phrase, and I found no meaning for "Points for cognition" (if "Cognition" would had a capital, things would had been different... :)

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mark2150Author Commented:
Sorry about that vikiing. We weren't complaining about you anyway as your response was a comment. Didn't even think of how that would impact others.

What *is* your "mother tongue"? Norwegian?

M

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vikiingCommented:
>What *is* your "mother tongue"? Norwegian?

I'm from Argentina; hence my native language is Spanish.
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mark2150Author Commented:
Oh, your user name, Vikiing suggested a more northern origin.

I halba poquito. Cinco ano's en Miami. Me palabra la linga de calle.

M

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vikiingCommented:
>Oh, your user name, Vikiing suggested a more northern origin.

That's only due to my general aspect. When I used long hair, I was a whole viking guy... :) :)

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