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Old May 15, '12, 6:25 pm
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will this work?
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will this work?
Let's see if it does.
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testing
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I think CAF is broken. I have made multiple posts and keep getting kicked back to the forum list.
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Old May 16, '12, 11:44 pm
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Robert Bay has been kind enough to help me out with this problem and follow through to (hopefully!) getting it fixed!!!
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Old May 17, '12, 12:27 am
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Testing once more
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Testing once again
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Old May 17, '12, 6:19 am
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Will it work?
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Old May 17, '12, 6:23 am
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Kazowie!!!!!!! It did!

Many many thanks to CAF, moderators, and tech folks who worked on this problem and fixed it!!!!!!

May God bless you all and keep you,
May He make His Face shine upon you
And give you peace

(and a good night's sleep really soon!)
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testing, 123, testing. is this thing on?
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No. 2 pencils: Sharpened.
When do we get to open our books?

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