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"Yes, that is my name. But, pardon me, you donít seem to be using yours. Wonder why."

It has finally happened, you don't even know your own name any more! This explains the quality of your posts. You don't even read what people post, then reply anyway.

Update: I do not for one moment believe that you have actually forgotten your own name. A more constructive way to have approached this would have been to point out brown M&M story. In the past I've engaged you on responding to things people didn't say, and in some cases quoting things that nobody has said, to no avail.


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