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post #1696 of 8614 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 09:23 AM
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I've worked it out all different ways and I still come to 24

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24 vs. 25 years or older

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... I still come to 24
It's NY... Haven't you heard about being "connected"?!!

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Glad to see you're paying attention

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Glad to see you're paying attention
I've been in the back of the room with my arm raised but you didn't call me. Maybe it's because I covered my phone with (two layers of) aluminum foil.

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Huh? Oh well, maybe I'm too Canadian

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Huh? Oh well, maybe I'm too Canadian
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Lock ness monster sighted again.
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Hubby is in Las Vegas, nice and warm and he left me here in the SNOW.
If it's any consolation...he's probably losing your money, while you are nice and safe with your Alfa investments.

Although (unlike Stu) I am not a doctor, and neither do I play one on TV (I wish I did!)...I do have some advice: Snuggle up with a hot cup of your favorite heated beverage, slide into your cozy slippers and Jammies and grab a good book, preferably about some place warm. Failing that, go find a hot-tub and a sauna!

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If it's any consolation...he's probably losing your money, while you are nice and safe with your Alfa investments.

Although (unlike Stu) I am not a doctor, and neither do I play one on TV (I wish I did!)...I do have some advice: Snuggle up with a hot cup of your favorite heated beverage, slide into your cozy slippers and Jammies and grab a good book, preferably about some place warm. Failing that, go find a hot-tub and a sauna!
What happened to water beds and fireplaces?

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Hubby is in Las Vegas,
Obviously a Bangles fan getting their early for a good seat.
::: The Bangles ::: News

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Lock ness monster sighted again.
I just saw one of these guys flying over my house! Are they scary or what?

But...they ARE less scary than black helicopters!!!
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1969 GTV, #AR1530021 - sold 10/72, guess didn't intend to keep forever
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