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When I try and post again, it says it's a duplicate and won't post. AT LEAST it's getting here, somehwere.


Julea

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Julea, We have talked about these

CNET glitches a number of times in the last 2 weeks. They are NOT FIXED yet. If you would like to complain along with everybody else, the place to post it would be in the Forum Feedback Forum which I'm pretty sure you were given that link for a few days ago. Admin does not read the posts here in V&S for problems like this Happy

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Roddy, I would rather complain to you... :) :)

I like your response. Wink

Glenn

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Glenn.. And I'm sure he would love to listen..

IF.. he had the time. Grin Grin.. And I also agree with .. your response to his response Wink

Carol

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(NT) (NT) OK -- I'll be quiet -- am sure the world is complaining.

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