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by:TimCottee
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Thanks KB, though perhaps you shouldn't include the moderator's special secret link as I cannot actually get to it but I know what you mean!
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Meant to click answer, you see how ingrained that distaste of the answer option becomes!
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Now let's see should thisbe an A or a C LOL
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I have nothing to say to that, except once I saw a question with a "Z" grade, at least you weren't suggesting that.

Anyway must go home now, I should really be revising for my sql exam 70-029 instead of "working" here!
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