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It's beyond me, I'm afraid. ;-)
 

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It's written in code. Since Tdol couldn't figure it out, it probably wasn't meant for him. :wink: It wasn't meant for me either. :wink:
 

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I'm not telling! ;-)
 

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You didn't write it, did you? ;-)
 

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It could be a language, though. One that's a bit short of vowels. ;-)
 

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In my view , it is more likely to be , as shane put it , dashed out of
the keyboard. Because he write wre ,er , which in closely located on the keyboard.
 

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I didn't actually mean it. ;-)
 
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