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So if I can sail around you, now I am not saying I can, but if I can, can you do my wash ? (g)
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Schuckerman...there is no rule against reviving dead threads and dead threads can contain lots of good information for review.
That said...many of us here click on "latest posts" and end up reading a long thread and responding to the initial posts without realizing the dated nature of the posts....only to find we have wasted our time. So...we ask that members:
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3. To look at the date of the thread in case it's not something you want to read since we all know what assuming does


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