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Congratulations Jeff.  Now when I enter the SBS TA I will put my sunglasses on.

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Hey Zadkin...thanks!  

I had meant to point out that we also had two MASTERS here... which is terrific!

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My Master is only because I have a window of opportunity in the morning.  It will be 2,000,000 for December I guess.

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