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Hi mate

Send me a proposed answer to this, si that I can deposit some points to your account.

Rgds Tam97
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Thank YOU Tam97.. <tipping backwardz baseball cap and bowing>.. You are as kind as you are beautiful.. <smile>.
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Cheers mate

All the best
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