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Date Posted: Mon, May 27 2019, 14:43:52"
Author: IF you do, then that's up to you.
Subject: It's not about being dishonest, it's about using the rules to your own advantage. Suppose you were at an overseas Feis and bought a dress when you were there - are you going top declare it at customs. Of course not..
In reply to: Shame on you and your poor values. 's message, "You are encouraging someone to be dishonest. That is the only way you will get away with it is if you lie about the style and value of the dress. Customs are onto it though as many ID dancers have done as you have." on Mon, May 27 2019, 9:41:31"

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