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(Original post by ButterCookie)
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Sire, another reason not to cut them any slack.
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i was about to ask the same thing.
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Sire, another reason not to cut them any slack.
You do have a point there!
We all gotta learn someday though!
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It's a stupid, meaningless system that divides the forum up.
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Sire, another reason not to cut them any slack.
c'mon corey. people never know if they never ask. Newbies... Just go to the button in the top right that says 'faq' then search for 'rep'. Its all there
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I can't find it in FAQ. I don't get it. I'm getting scared now . . .
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Check out the alt FAQ.

http://www.uk-learning.net/t23397.html
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Check out the alt FAQ.

http://www.uk-learning.net/t23397.html
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