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I need to have an expert sex change is this the place?
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nietod earned 388 total points
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Cute.

But this is not the place for that--or for that question.  You might want to consider deleting it.
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i was just getting rid of my points...no harm intended
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by:nietod
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Probably no harm done, but some people may take offense to a question like that.  

Also, there doesn't seem to be any advantage to your gettng rid of points (no advantage to you, obviously there was to me.) as they just keep coming back at a rate of 5 points a day.  However, most people don't complain about that!
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by:Wyn
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Hi,you'd join some maillist or newsgroup,not here.

Regards
Eirnava...
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