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    Tubby

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    SlowHands

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    I just need to know what time you will be putting up the dish to me so I can arrange alignment my side for that time. I'll pm you my cell nr.

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    ThePrestige

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    All those who are going to help with the upgrade, please let me know.

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    xNova (Ogame)

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    SlowHands

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    I would think it should be at LEAST a good coupla thousand DM...considering the cost of a DM collector, and the actual cost in fuel to send it to the moon :/

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