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This is the email inquiry we spoke about.
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Hi!

It occurred to me later that since this is 0 points, anyone can just look at it for free anyway  :0    Oh, well.

ralph.l.brown@ij.net

However, I will be unavailable for the next week or two because I will be out of town doing work for a client.

Ralph
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lol...okay thanks. Will be in touch after you get back.
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