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Old 10-29-2006, 08:22 PM   #1
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I only spent $1000 in October.
And that includes cable/DSL/cell.

That's an anomaly, but interesting.

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I've been on a 3 week business trip. I've been reimbursed for everything I've spent.

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Khan, you need to spend some time investigating how to elevate your fun level to prevent this from happening again!
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Uh oh. Next thing you know pay-per-view will be advertising a cage match between Khan and Unclemick...

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