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Points to level vroom? About 1 million. I'm 52 now and if I live to be 96-1/2 I might make it--that's only if vroom switches to ASP!. And thanks for your congratulatory note, it welcomed me this morning, along with my new rank. Think I'll go for the double cheeseburger at lunch today.



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In reply to Re^3: One Point to Saint hood by bradcathey
in thread One Point to Saint hood by coreolyn

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