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    @KAKES1967

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    ?

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    Is this even considered a question? Or are you just trying to confuse @KAKES1967

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    Thank you @Lamiy i think its a spam idk.

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    Lol you're welcome. I just got confused like you. But it is wrong to confuse people like that....

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    I know @Lamiy

  7. anonymous
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    Well, I better get back to a question. Almost everyone is having a hard time remembering the answers so we're all pitching in on it. If you're good at history could you help?

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    Sure

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    Please refrain from making spam posts, thanks! ~Common forms of spam include: ∙ Posting a question multiple times within a short period of time. ∙ Posting a question that is off topic for a particular group (i.e. posting a physics question in the Mathematics group). ∙ Posting a reply that is not relevant to the topic of discussion within that question. ∙ Posting questions that are not, in fact, questions (for example, starting a question in the Mathematics group to wish someone "Happy Birthday"). ∙ Sending the same chat message repeatedly. ∙ Filing false abuse reports on a user repeatedly. http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct

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