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Old March 29, 2010, 09:49 AM
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Maybe there's someone able to give you a more literal translation.
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No, actually, I think I'm good. (I'm on vacation right now, and trying to keep up with Tomisimo while I'm traveling around the state of Texas ... only slightly distracted....)
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