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there you go
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by:TheLord
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where?
:))
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TheLord,
Why did you post your comment as an answer?
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by:ComTech
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Please note that my rejecting the Lord is not meant religously.  lol

ComTech
CS @ EE

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TheLord, you shall not answerith, thou shall always use the Commint button.
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Thanks ComTech.

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Axter, I am usually always here...anytime my forend.

CT
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