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Nice Dave

Thanks Perry,

 

I was just now reading a post you did on Andy's Crashing issue, and you were explaining to Scott (in the way all of us smart ass people respond)   "... then they kill themselves.." 

That struck me as so funny, I was on the ground rolling on that one. Tears of Joy! 

 

Is there a way we can give a THUMBS up on someone posting, that would be neat. 

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No way to do that, but you can give a green point. the up arrow, which seems to do nothing as far as I know.

btw, how's your daughter doing? hopefully great.

 

She is doing Awesome. Thanks for asking. She is like her old self but better now. God is soooo Good.

 

D

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