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Old 09-24-06, 05:54 PM   #1
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Ok so i was like...........

Sounded good to me, hell after eating 5 plates of food yesterday at an all you can eat and loads of food today everything sounds good. So how did your football teams do?, Hell my team "Baltimore Ravens" won by kicking feild goals again by the legendary "Matt Stover". Had to work most of my weekend but i have some serious plans for the future: 2 birthday parties and a lunch with a friend in the near future.
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Old 09-24-06, 06:14 PM   #2
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oh I completely agree, but that's just been the thing with society these days, you know? Now, if it came in strawberry, I'd be all over it. For now I just have to live with good old vanilla. It's a good standby though, that vanilla. Went camping this weekend and it rained. No problem, still fun. I just got word that they've been given the go ahead to start construction on Old Madison Pike five years ahead of schedule. Do you know the way to Santa Fe you're my brown eyed girl and I am the walrus coo coo cah choo
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Old 09-25-06, 02:41 PM   #3
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oh I completely agree, but that's just been the thing with society these days, you know? Now, if it came in strawberry, I'd be all over it. For now I just have to live with good old vanilla. It's a good standby though, that vanilla. Went camping this weekend and it rained. No problem, still fun. I just got word that they've been given the go ahead to start construction on Old Madison Pike five years ahead of schedule. Do you know the way to Santa Fe you're my brown eyed girl and I am the walrus coo coo cah choo

I know "you're my brown eyed girl is sang by Van Morrison, "I am the walrus coo coo cah choo" is sung by the beatles. Bit of a classic music buff.
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He actually did it. I couldn't believe it at first, but then the mail started comming in and Samantha started doing her thing. Which reminds me that tomorrow we have to find out when she's arriving. You heard about all that, right? Anyway, it was nearly midnight and the power was out from that guy who crashed youknowwhati'mtalkingabout. Yeah. Anyway, there we were and it broke. It ****ing broke. You know how much money I had to pay to get it fixed the first time. I'm not even going to bother with it now. Especially with my mom in the hospital and the puppies. Speaking of puppies, you hear about Cliff? I was totally "holy ****!" and ready to drop, but Sam was there to stop us. Do you know when she's getting in? So, anyway, about the garden...
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yeah here comes the rooster. No, he ain't gonna die
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Old 09-26-06, 03:38 PM   #7
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He actually did it. I couldn't believe it at first, but then the mail started comming in and Samantha started doing her thing. Which reminds me that tomorrow we have to find out when she's arriving. You heard about all that, right? Anyway, it was nearly midnight and the power was out from that guy who crashed youknowwhati'mtalkingabout. Yeah. Anyway, there we were and it broke. It ****ing broke. You know how much money I had to pay to get it fixed the first time. I'm not even going to bother with it now. Especially with my mom in the hospital and the puppies. Speaking of puppies, you hear about Cliff? I was totally "holy ****!" and ready to drop, but Sam was there to stop us. Do you know when she's getting in? So, anyway, about the garden...
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Old 09-26-06, 03:40 PM   #8
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Yeah here comes the rooster, heard of them "Alice in chains" very nice band i have their greatest hits which is not so great.
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I dunno. I like all the albums, and everyone has different favorites. Rooster is a good one.
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I dunno. I like all the albums, and everyone has different favorites. Rooster is a good one.
Rooster is great.
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