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I don't understand how multiquote works. Help me!

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The Multiquote button is used when you wish to quote more than one post in your reply. Press the Multiquote button for *each* post that you wish to quote in your reply, then click the Add Reply button (you cannot use the Fast Reply box) to go to the Full Editor. You'll see the quoted posts in the Editor box, and you can add responses between the quoted section if you wish. Just be certain your reply falls outside of the "quote tags". When done, click the Add Reply button in the full editor to save your post.

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The maximum number of posts you can quote are 4.

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TBird, All i got say, thank you again, and again. You are to cool.

Did you here about the Chili cookoff for the Wounded Warrior Project this Saturday 03/31/2012 Richardson, Texas.

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It's about the cause, God Bless our Wounded Warrior's, they need so much help!!!

You would not believe the local support that we are getting.

All these old Vet's are coming out of the wood works!!!! To help!

2nd Annual Marcus Cafe Chili Cookoff

Last year we had a great turnout! We have planned a bigger and better event for this year's chili cookoff. Anyone can enter their chili and anyone can stop by and "taste & judge". Check it out:

Saturday, March 31 12:00pm - 4:30pm

To enter your favorite Chili recipe: $20 entry fee and 2 gallon minimum. You must prepare your chili in advance and bring it to Marcus Cafe by 10am on Saturday, March 31. You can put anything you like in your chili and bring whatever sides or fixins you think you need. We will provide electricity for your crockpot and tasting cups & utinsels for the judges.

To be a Taster & Judge: $10 entry fee per person. You will taste each chili and vote for the 3 following categories: Best Tasting, Most Original, and Honorary Mention.

Tasting begins at noon. DJ Scott Schaeffer will entertain us with his tunes. Aubry Lynn England will sing the National Anthem at 4:00pm and the winners will be announced at 4:15pm. Tex Fletcher will kick off dinner at 7pm on the patio playing Texas Red Dirt Country.

Those who wear their military uniform will be provided with a $10 Marcus Cafe Gift Certificate to be used any time (cannot be used toward entry fee).

All entry fees will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. Founded in 2003, WWP's purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.

For more information on Wounded Warriors, visit: https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/default.aspx?tsid=167

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What a great event, I'll be pulling for another win for you!

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Time Dedicated to HadIt.com Veterans and my brothers and sisters: 65,700 - 109,500 Hours Over Thirty Years

 

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I am writing my memoirs and would love it if you could help a shipmate out and look at it.

I've had a few challenges, perhaps the same as you. I relate them here to demonstrate that we can learn, overcome, and find purpose in life.

The stories can be harrowing to read; they were challenging to live. Remember that each story taught me something I would need once I found my purpose, and my purpose was and is HadIt.com Veterans.

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