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GUEEN earned 50 total points
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Thanks Pino -
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I should give you a "D" for that. Really I should. A big fat "D" to mess up your profile.

<giggles insanely>
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Oops. I gave you that "A" by ACCIDENT!
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I would have forced Modder to change the grade to A anyway - so you would not have got away with that!

Thanks Pino - rebel that you are. . .
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