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Congratulations to skullnobrains now a master in CSS and HTML

Posted on 2013-10-24
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Hmmm, maybe there is something inside the skull. ;^)

keep it up so you keep padas and Gary busy so I can stay ahed of them.

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Nice one @skullnobrains - keep up the good work :)
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Congrats!
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Hmm.... missing in action?

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