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December 08, 2009

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Marco

Pretty like you said.

Glenn Howard

Right on the Marc! I'd ignored this set for no good reason and almost missed the Trane. But seeing so much Red leavened by a Tadd of Hope (per your rundown of contents) sent me straight to the link, and I snapped up a half-cost, as-new copy, so I'll soon be Mal-content too. Thanks for the re-memories...

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