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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Something looks different but it is more a vague feeling than something I can pinpoint accurately at the moment.
    Maybe you upgraded your monitor?
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    No I guess Mark suffers from severe "withdrawal symptoms"

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    No I guess Mark suffers from severe "withdrawal symptoms"
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    I have only been using this site for a month, but I sure missed it when it was down. Thanks for all your hard work.

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    Many, many thanks for all the hard work to get the site back on line, it has been & no doubt will be a font of valuable information and help for me and i am sure everybody else. Lets hope the A*** holes who attacked the site catch an incurable disease, as they are of no use to anybody. Once again many thanks for all the help.

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