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Old 11-09-2013
Originally Posted by twjolson
I did come here for help, he wasn't helpful, and was insulting.[..]
From this I gather you are not the least bit sorry for your behavior. Please rethink and understand that we do not tolerate this kind of attitude and with good reason.
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