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Old 10-17-07, 12:17 AM   #1
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Thank you.

It's only been a few weeks since I de-lurked and have to say that the people I have met and haven't met here really make my day on a pretty regular basis.

You are an awesome bunch of people... don't ever change.

You brighten up my days... alot.

So for that, I offer a simple, thank you.

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Just wait until our veneer of kindness wears away, exposing our cracked and empty hulls to the elements...
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x136 - You crack me up...constantly.
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We should thank you. Through your narratives, you've introduced us all to the subtle art and inexact science of butterfly herding.
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Old 10-17-07, 12:39 AM   #6
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Butterfly herding is a difficult and often strenous vocation but the rewards are great as there are few things as wonderful as butterfly kisses.

Donna - You amaze me in so many ways.

And while I'm here..I'm uh...still waiting to see pics of those knitted items as they must be dry by now.
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I have a self-imposed ban on having my picture taken while on pain meds.
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I suppose that's fair. As long as beer doesn't count as a pain medication...
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No.
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Old 10-17-07, 01:26 AM   #10
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Donna - Here's to hoping you get to feeling better really soon.

Pain sucks.
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Old 10-17-07, 06:37 AM   #11
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X was serious...see we're kind of like sodium.
You need us in a certain quantity. In the right combination, we help spice up things.
But, mixed with water and all goes boom.

Oh yeah...welcome to Foo!
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Oooooooooo. He's addicted like the rest of us now...........

Dang. I REALLY should leave for work now.
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Hey, Canuck! We're certainly glad you're decided to ba part of the Foo fambly. A most welcome addition, I'd say.

You'll never regret it. Well, probably not. Well, I hope not.

Oh, well.... <slinkin' away quietly>
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Old 10-17-07, 08:01 AM   #15
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Have I ever given you a bass? No, well then..............


I caught you a delicious bass
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Old 10-17-07, 08:49 AM   #16
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VV - If I wasn't too old to have silly crushes you know you'd top my list.

jsharr - I love bass... especially when you have a Bass-o-matic with which to prepare them with.
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VV - If I wasn't too old to have silly crushes you know you'd top my list.

jsharr - I love bass... especially when you have a Bass-o-matic with which to prepare them with.

Pshaw....one can never be too old to have a silly crush.
Crush away...she's a deserving canidate for any man's admiration.
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It's only been a few weeks since I de-lurked and have to say that the people I have met and haven't met here really make my day on a pretty regular basis.

You are an awesome bunch of people... don't ever change.

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So for that, I offer a simple, thank you.

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VV - If I wasn't too old to have silly crushes you know you'd top my list.

jsharr - I love bass... especially when you have a Bass-o-matic with which to prepare them with.
Fear Not, I have the Bicentennial Version. It was popular down here, probably not so much in Canadaland.
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jsharr - SNL is as popular here as it is there and as you know, last week's show was always better.
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kids in the hall was better than SNL, just saying.
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I'm squishing your head as we speak.
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like I would not have my "block" ready!

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We should thank you. Through your narratives, you've introduced us all to the subtle art and inexact science of butterfly herding.
Well that explains the lack of butterflies around here...
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Well that explains the lack of butterflies around here...
Not complete lack....Jon's still a butterfly, I think.
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