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Thread: Why do I get the black dot ?

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    Defender of the Normal John Fusco's Avatar
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    Why do I get the black dot ?

    I assume thats not a good thing ?

    What is my crime , who did I offend ?

    Do I still get my issue of the mag ?

    Hello ?

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    Black Dot

    John,
    That's a meatball... means you have a mechanical problem with your car... pull into the pits immediately... oops, sorry just kidding!

    I belive it indicates that you have a post within that thread.

    Jol

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    Defender of the Normal John Fusco's Avatar
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    Jol;

    Sounds good - do your posts also show the same evil looking mark?
    I figured it would take me more than one post to piss anyone off enough to drop a meatball in my engine.

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