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Hi!  thanks for your help in:

Speeding My App (Up to 50 pts)
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Please post the link to the question you wish to award here.

Thank you.

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TravisHall earned 15 total points
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Yo!

(Really, this isn't necessary, but hey, I'll take the points just to clear this question.)
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I had to force accept this to properly flow the points as desired to TravisHall.  This is now complete, all is well.

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