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I am so excited I got 5 pts. LOL hehehe
Thanks Comp101
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I was kinda embarresed to do this, but it is my job.  you deserved more.

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Nothing to be embarresed about Comp. I was just teasing you. hehe.

You know the point thing don't matter anymore to me. So 5 pts or 300 pts it is all the same to me. :>)
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Having had the pleasure working with you, I already knew that.  You are a great asset to this site.  It just gets me when your expertise is not rewarded accordingly.

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