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Re: Q.20290090

I think aquila98 misunderstood your suggestion.

Since I have a lot of question points and cannot figure out any better use for them...
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OK, since you keep insisting :o)
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Enjoy
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Thanks!
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BTW: Really great to see you around here more frequently again, alexo :o)
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I'm not really...
With two kids, a day job and a house (my first, used to live in apartments all my life) and a couple of hobbies, I can't find enough free time for regular EE presence.

YOu're always welcome to email me or, if you're ever in the Toronto area, to drop by.
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>>if you're ever in the Toronto area, to drop by

Well, I live in Europe, but my "girlfriend" (stupid word <s>) lives in NYC, so I frequently fly "over" the Montréal are (unfortunately noth the Toronto area) - "dropping by" would indeed have a new meaning then (parachuting from a 747? :o)
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