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Points given me in error.
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Just a placekeeping note.

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florinsuciu earned 100 total points
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Just a placekeeping note.
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Well, if it's just a placekeeping note and you're not really here to collect the points, I guess we'll have to wait until you post stating you want the points.  Just kidding of course.  Here you go.
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