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    I posted a question on the 14th an havent had time to get back on til tonite to read....i just wanted to thank those who responded.....so........thank you very much.......aaawwww ain't I just the nicest one........)

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    There in no way of telling,for sure!

    It can't be bad breath,might help to identify ,clock info needed,to draw the right,viewers ,even then ,fickle interests,personally I never built a clock,so I would not have a clue ,I'm sure alot have the same problem and can't help with any useful info.I feel sure the viewers that saw it figured the other guy would at least acknowledge your Question,and of course no one did ,including me,sorry!
    my very best to you!
    Carl
    P.S. It does hurt your feelings ,I really do not think anyone intents that to happen ! The people on this forum are real nice and helpful,usually very busy!
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