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Originally posted by wmd_2008
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Originally posted by wmd_2008
So what do you consider are the spikes give a few examples after all you seem to think it happened so please show us all
Even though I brought it up, it's the wrong thread for that banter and besides, I don't have the energy to impart my feelings only to battle it out. I'm just getting over the flu.
So maybe if you want to start a thread on this in the very near future, I will be happy to partake. Maybe even toss ya a star and flag. But for now?....my body begs for peace.
Sorry but your the one claiming it so the thread should be yours giving your evidence to back your claim
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