@Mr. E - Wow! I'm totally taken by surprise to see your post. I am NEVER in hear this early. I don't even plan to stay here at this time. I'm just very busy and didn't want to wait until the last minute to set up for the show, so I wanted to download the .pps in advance to save a minute or so. But what surprises me most is that you even knew I was here. How'd you do that?
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