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      10-20-2003
I wanna be an MCSE. What's it stand for?
 
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> I wanna be an MCSE. What's it stand for?



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      10-21-2003
nothing that you appearantly value
i wanna be a pimp, what's it stand for?


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      10-21-2003
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