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==> Addendum by anonymous: Bumping old threads is often called 'Necro-Bumping'. When replying to a thread more than three months old, you should again consider if it might be better to start a new thread, or if your statement even needs to be said at all. If you do decide upon creating a new thread, it might be helpful to include a link to the older thread if you think its relevant. If you are the OP, I will let you bump your own threads but try to add new information.
Last edited by anonymous (2011-05-22 01:03:21)