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Hello LST community,

Thanks for joining this great group. I am sure you will find posts both helpful and hilarious from Scott, Loch and the rest of the gang.

My name is tammy and I am here to help with any technical issues the forum may have.

If you have any questions, please feel free to post them or to pm: me, scott, dari, or loch.

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