Smoopy, I have no clue to where your post is directed, but it does appear that the broken link in question has you frizzle dizzled. Links are address’ to other site we have no control over. Those addresses get updated over time and become broken. To save you time from digging I have copied and pasted the content from what was on the broken link below. Now please watch your attitude or wording as your comment has been brought to my attention that is has some people offended with the tone you have taken to their community. I honestly can’t tell what it means so I’m giving the benefit of the doubt that it’s not intended as negative to us.
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Edited by coorsmikey, 02 February 2018 - 11:34 PM.