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Your speaker No problem. Things can get sort of technical when it comes to solving problems correctly. Okay, on the rating I appreciate the change. You can ask for me anytime, use the find experts link on the home page, I'm usually on the second or third page. Or from here: http://www.fixya.com/users/worldvet Nice day.

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    Glenn Rogers Jul 15, 2008

    No sweat. Everything got sort of screwy around here over the weekend if you didn't know it. I was trying to thank a user who voted on a premium by using the Ask Me button. Howe it got to you I have no idea. But it could have happened during the database repairs.

    Sorry, but glad to meet you. See you on the boards.

    Worldvet


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