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Points for your help.

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delphi3 earned 100 total points
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Moondancer,
I thank you for whatever points you are sending my way. In a way I don't know from whom the points came from, you or the other person's account.  That is unclear. However, I accept and expect that this answer is all that is needed.

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These points did not come from the other person, wish they had, but Asker requested points back and I felt it was only fair to award your help there, since it added value.  If this is an error in judgment on my part, tell me.  Always some tough calls to be made.

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Moondancer,

Thanks for the points.

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