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Ok thanks for the points. No hard feelings on my side, and I hope none on yours.
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None at all. It was a great debate =)
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Thats what I think. I like to debate but I some times get carried away. I never take it to seriously, but I have notice that some people do. Rereading the question, I see now that it is over I may have offened. If this is the case, I really am sorry. I did think I earned the points, but I was not mad at you. I just enjoy arrguing.
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No, I was never offended. And, my biggest failing in this job is the willingness I have to argue my point to death. Sorry about that. I should have awarded the points alot sooner.

Can you accept one of the comments in that other thread to close the question?
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