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Posted By edpruss Friday, December 30, 2016 10:27 AM
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I think it would be helpful if the city, state and country, if outside U S were posted with the name of the poster. not only help with logistics, but to know where we are all are.

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Wholehartedly agree.................. But you know where I live !
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Hey Ed,

If you hover your pointer over the posters avatar (small picture on the left) a little box will appear with the location and details of whoever is making the post. however I don't know whether it works on a smatphone.

Geoff


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