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I'm getting mesages from a woman in Ghana offering me 'business opportunities', hopefully this isn't a new trend.....
Just marry the African Princess already. You know there's millions in it for you.
Tell her you are not interested, if she persists, you can ban her from messaging you ever again. Also, you can send a ticket to help and support. If it is a trend, more will come. What is her name on the site, so we can avoid her.
Perhaps, you can reply and counter-offer her some "business opportunities" in the U.S., offering to get her in on such hot commodities as pay phones, VCR rentals and 8 track tapes.
Or English lessons....
what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
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12/11/2013 - Topalov-Kramnik, Dortmund 1996
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studying opening theory
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Black to move - what result?
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Why are Chess Clubs so arrogant?
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Komodo 6 Released But? The A.R.B Chess System Still Crushes!! it! :)
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vs Stockfish 1200 ELO, please help analyze
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