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    Love it!!!
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    Aw nerts!! I was hoping for little blinking lights along the roof-line......

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    Oh nice, i like it. i'm going to keep it this way for the rest of the month.... Thanks!!
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    Good Stuff!
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    Looking good, and veryday I log on, it will remind me to got them Xmas prezzy's for the family because I always leave it to the last second.

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    hey deelay, who does not? hehe
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    Motivated me do do all my shopping on-line at lunch.
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    Very nice festive style - but it does makes the old one look grey and dull... maybe time for an update??
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerRedhead View Post
    Very nice festive style - but it does makes the old one look grey and dull... maybe time for an update??
    lol, you're still very new and don't realize that this forum was just updated months before you signed up, and i'm talking a serious overhaul. it took CADTutor a long time to get the board where it is now.... haha, this "is" the update.
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