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Glenn
Your comment was the correct answer, I was only trying to help explain it better.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=win98&qid=20283860
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hewittg earned 200 total points
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You did a great job of explaining it though

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Aww, can't we all play?
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La dee da, singing right along with you guys on one of my rare visits.
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Heck, I will even double the points for you
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This sucks, you locked the answer! hehehe
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