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!!!This Points To Girsu ONLY !!!

Posted on 1999-01-25
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If you had $ 100.00 and I had a Gun, how much money would you have ? Now put this in a program for me.
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girsu earned 50 total points
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I'll have you and the gun and the Mony.
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Thats why you are the expert!!!
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