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Wednesday
Oct062004

Twilight-Zone problems

We all had to deal with Twilight-zone problems at one time or another. This one sounds very familiar (as well as the solution). what I like about the heading is that when you get into these problems its like you're in a twilight zone - where everything works back wards than you thought and every move you make make for a nonsensical result. Oh yeah. been there, done that.

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