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Old 07-20-2009, 02:01 PM   #21
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Gee thanks LonnieB,

When I first drafted my note I was questioning the earlier posts from members on the first page of this topic about their measured heights, then flipped to the 2nd page and added a second paragraph for what I just read from Tony. I am guilty of not putting who my first comments were for in the first paragraph. I see that it immediately followed Montana Sky's post and it looks like I was questioning his post.

Montana Sky - My apologies if it sounds like I was questioning your measurement. I take fault for a nebulous comment.
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