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    Is there a difference here: I thought you said you're going to wait for her text bef

    Is there a difference here:

    I thought you said you're going to wait for her text before you go meet her.

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    I thought you said you were going to wait for her text before you go meet her.

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    Re: Is there a difference here: I thought you said you're going to wait for her text

    I thought you said you were going to wait for her text before going to meet her.
    I thought you said you were going to wait for her text before you went to meet her.
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