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I have been married two times and it’s been a long time.haha

To win this inverter tell me the total number of years to both wives.

Please only one guess for each person. I’ll stop the contest on 3/17/18 6PM CST and the nearest guess without going over is the winner. If someone gets it correct sooner I’ll stop it then.

Chuck

PS Has one USB port 

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Thanks for running the contest RR.  Very generous of you 

I had said I’d stop this contest sooner if someone guess it correctly, Well that is not the case! Then as you can see this contest is still on. Who knows by the time someone gets it right I

I was the Lucky Winner !!!! Still using it !!!!!!!

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I have been married two times and it’s been a long time.haha

To win this inverter tell me the total number of years to both wives.

Please only one guess for each person. I’ll stop the contest on 3/17/18 6PM CST and the nearest guess without going over is the winner. If someone gets it correct sooner I’ll stop it then.

Chuck

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5 and 7

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48 years total.

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Crikey, you get less for murder................pleeeeze :wink:put down the axe.......I can`t help imyself......

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Very kind of you RR.

26 + 16 = 42 years in total.

You poor bugger :laugh:

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