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I think that I am wasting my time here. The original issue looks like it goes back to 2010.
What is going on and why was it all resurrected?
This is what happens when people use the search feature, instead of starting a new thread they piggyback on an old thread, thus confusing everyone.
When I try to correct newbies they get mad, they say I'm an ..... and rude.
So I just sit back and watch. Maybe one day they'll learn, but I doubt it.
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