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Old 03-07-2012, 08:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Night, its a bot/spammer, notice it just echo'd one of xK1LLSW1TCHx127's sentences in the original post.

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Night, its a bot/spammer, notice it just echo'd one of xK1LLSW1TCHx127's sentences in the original post.

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lol, did not notice that...
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I really appreciate all of your help, I think i have this figured out, i will report as soon as i have some news, whether good or bad =) I am really busy with school for now, but hopefully i can make this happen, thanks a ton guys!
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