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y2kwacko 100 points for you

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just say anything
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pierrecampe, an EE Moderator will delete this for you.
Moderator, my recommended disposition is:

    DELETE this question.

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Mail sent.

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y2kwacko earned 100 total points
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What was this for again? I haven't been around in a while, lol
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i dont remember what it was for
anyway it is probably deserved
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