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Hi, I am Mishelle, nobody probably remembers me because I haven't been on in almost a year. Anyway, I am a bit of a geezer when it comes to this site, so bear with me, but is there a way to figure out what posts my laurels are from? Also I am a huge fan of the add-ons we used to have going on here so can anyone point me in the direction of some?


P.S. Anyone else notice any of the Barnes and Noble Leatherbound Classics? I am a HUGE fan and happen to have my absolutely gorgeous copy of The Complete Sherlock Holmes sitting next to me :smileyhappy:

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