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You are fortunate damookster Send a noteboard - 17/11/2022 12:54:23 PM

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Being in the world of education, I'm luckily spared the worst of this jargon thing.

One of the biggest benefits of retirement will be no longer having to hear this shit.

Mook

*MySmiley*



"Bustin' makes me feel good!"

Ghostbusters, by Ray Parker Jr.
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