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what does x mean

Guest May 21, 2014

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zegroes.......x might take on ANY value......we can't assume that it "usually" stands for "2"

Pay attention.....the "Fossil" knows  !!!!!

And, if you're not careful....you're going to get the "Dinosaur" involved....and you DON'T want THAT !!!!

CPhill  May 21, 2014
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x usaually stands for 2 if not given a value

zegroes  May 21, 2014
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zegroes.......x might take on ANY value......we can't assume that it "usually" stands for "2"

Pay attention.....the "Fossil" knows  !!!!!

And, if you're not careful....you're going to get the "Dinosaur" involved....and you DON'T want THAT !!!!

CPhill  May 21, 2014
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 oh boy........ yeah dont want that ole australian type of dinasaur to get on me more than she already has lol  but read my forum again it says x usually is two UNLESS GIVEN A VALUE..... i know your old fossil but come on even that was in plain view!!!!.......

zegroes  May 21, 2014
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I was thinking about giving you a thumbs down zegroes but CPhill's reply was too funny.

Just as well for you that the fossil is about or the dinosaur would eat you for breakfast!!!!!

Melody  May 22, 2014
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yeah if you could catch me since you know your old and im young and deduct points for truth thats just WRONG lol

zegroes  May 22, 2014

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