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emery800 earned 150 total points
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Thanks SysExpert! I am sure you know I don't say anything very often about points, we have to remember, whereas we have been here a long time to look out for each other. We need others to protect our backside and this site has those that can do that and we can relax a little. Sorry to have made a little stink about this, but if you read the question I think you saw what I was talking about, everyone was going in circles. Thanks again my friend! Dave  
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SysExpert: I expected some type of comment from you. If your busy I understand, however, I was trying to connect a little, we all get busy and caught up with the pace. If you don't want to pursue this then I can accept that! :>) Dave
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Dave,
I totally agree with you on this, and I think that it is important the the experts get their due, regardless of the points.

I also agree on the problem with this Q in particular.

I'm sorry to have taken so long to get back to you, but it's been a long day ....

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No problem, I just wanted to make sure things were OK with you! Enjoy, Dave
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