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Roshan Davis earned 300 total points
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Yes I 'm Here

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Yhanks again
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Thanks Nakoutra

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So you gave 1200 points,
Don't misunderstand me..

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Hi nakoutra,

   You given 1200 points,
   Waiting for the last 300 points

Thanx

Roshmon
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