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this is not a question : Just completed 300 wonderful and memorable days at OS.....thanks to all who helped me , and has been with me all these days ....:).Thank you OS for making the world come together as a study group !! "Sometimes our light goes out but is blown into flame by another human being. Each of us owes deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light." Albert Schweitzer

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i am soo happy :)
Congrats @AravindG that's great :D :D
Congo @AravindG ! Feels great na ? :p :-) I dont remember exactly when I joined OS , but each day has been a celebration , so cheers !!!!!! :-)

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thx evryone!!
Congrats Aravind! Way to go! The *next* 300 days will be even better :)
thanks!!!

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