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Old December 2nd, 2005, 12:56 PM
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Default need for some programming

Don't know if there are rules against this kind of commercial message.
I need some VB6 code writing.
Not a big job.
If anybody wants to see the spec email me carusmike@aol.com.

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Just had a thought, if you see El Salvador as my country, it isn't.
Unfortunately, this site insults my cultural heritage by refusing to recognise the existence of my country, whilst it feels comfortable to use the language attributed to my country. Kind of a double insult really.
My country is England, but alphabetically, El Salvador is the nearest.








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