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mark guildenzoph 04/01/2013 @ 9:11pm I agree it can not be justified it should be considered thievery. There must be some kind of order the changes are far to drastic and serious.

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mark guildenzoph 04/01/2013 @ 9:11pm I agree it can not be justified it should be considered thievery. There must be some kind of order the changes are far to drastic and serious.

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