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Old 05-27-2013, 12:47 PM
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Reps

Is there a way to go way back in rep history other than what is displayed in current cp? Make sense?
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Old 05-27-2013, 02:02 PM
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That question was asked before.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...p-history.html
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Old 05-27-2013, 03:29 PM
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Thanks SB.
Heck I prolly posted there before myself but memory is fading. Before I posted this thread I actually went to you first but you were offline. Thanks
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Old 05-27-2013, 03:34 PM
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You know - I once considered having all of my own rep wiped away. I was concerned that I was no longer current, or whatever.

Only an Admin can do such a thing, and you had better be very sure that you want it

As far as reading back on what you got rep for - I wouldn't set that as a priority. You were happy with it at the time, so whoopee ding!
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yup,I have days like that!!
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I started watching the video, but then I noticed the plants needed watering...
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I started watching the video, but then I noticed the plants needed watering...

OMG that video is ME constantly!

No wonder even the most simple tasks either never get completed or take forever!

But one asks what if that's always been our MO----is there a syndrome, condition or malady that's called?
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hanklin !
OMG squared ~~~ too funny and TOO close to home

how I can get lost for days then think about all the stuff I should have done that day keeps me up at night and so.....

the flowers are dead ...


I've always said forgetting is an ACTIVE process - i.e. you are always doing something 'else' !
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That's why I don't have any flowers or potted plants...they'd never get watered!

This video is every day for me. But not just since I got older, it's been this way my whole life! Now where did I leave my glasses...oh wait, the garbage needs to be emptied...
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