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Thanks. Good to know people do this.

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by:Kyle Schroeder
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Yeah, I try to when a clueless questioner accepts the wrong answer.  Besides, I have ~...er, unlimited question points (not sure when they did that...I had ~7000 a while ago).

Anyway, glad to have you here!

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That sounds nice. I suppose I should start using some of mine.
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I've been around for a bit. I prefer the OS section, but it's been very quiet over there since the new look came in.
As I spent ages building PC's and doing HW support thought I'd come over here and see how it's going.
Still trying to get the 4000 expert point in a month to gain expert status.
It's a bit geeky, I know, but something to aim for. Anyway, work's a bit quiet.
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