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Points split.
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DennisBorg earned 25 total points
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Thank you, Moondancer
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My pleasure, Dennis.  :)

Please make sure you've also gotten others, shown here:
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Thank you for the heads-up.

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I am soooooo happy you found the oldie that has been waiting to be claimed.  Thanks for your excellent and ongoing support of those who need help.
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