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I need SEVEN points to meet my 1/2 year goal of 650 for DH

I paid Target in full $200 and got 8 points,  Paid Hooters $200 in full and got 11.

 

I just paid shell $381/$350 limit in full.  I hope I gain those measly seven points!

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Re: I need SEVEN points to meet my 1/2 year goal of 650 for DH

Way to go fish!!!!! I'm sure you will get ur 7 points!!!!

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Re: I need SEVEN points to meet my 1/2 year goal of 650 for DH

Go fish go!!

And you're doing it right

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