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Sorry LopezUnleashed, this is not an answer, but I am going to keep my I on this one, as I too want an answer! Tony
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Kristy Callan (Doctor Kristy) 4 years ago
That's what the "follow" button is for.
I think it has to do with advertising. But many will argue that. It is indeed a mystery. I ignore the scores.
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