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And I appreciate your willingness to help.

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Michelle V. said…
ok I'll bite
Rob said…
A comment!
Windy said…
http://www.lipsum.com/
its dummy text used in publishing
there are lorem-ipsum text generators on the web.
someone sugguested its a mangled quote from cicero stating that "no one likes pain on themselves, but will look to see pain on someone else"
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Dot said…
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