And why are you posting it to the forums?
Wouldn't it have been better if you actually made this a hub?
Presently you're in the forums, but if you want delete your post after copying and pasting it into a hub.
If you don't know how to create a hub? Then visit the Learning Center, read the FAQ's page and search for other hubs that will help you get started.
Other than that, welcome to Hubpages and the forums.
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