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Circuitossssly????
I'm still working on that one bout Hillary

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er Alex , any chance of getting some wallet sizes of just you?
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Sure, LM! I might even drop by over the holidays and give you a couple of autographed copies!
Time to change the subject, you guys are starting to creep me out.

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There are now many threads that have interesting and valuable historical information, but it is difficult to find because it is not where it "should" be..
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Time to change the subject, you guys are starting to creep me out.
A few posts here probably should be tried out first within the confines of ones private shower, with the lights on, sung fortissimo, rather than here in this highly specific topic of thread. My own certainly fall in this catagory.

Say, how about them Beavers!

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My own certainly fall in this catagory...Say, how about them Beavers!
Beavers? They are Canada's national animal! Busy, industrious and effecient, they are also fun to hang out with!
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By the way...looking for pictures of beavers on google yields many interesting results!

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Congrats Alex as "Secretary, AROC Capital Chapter". I think we stayed with last years slate as we didn't have a wine toast to new management Saturday night. We did have a his and her couple winning the Roger award this year. Think wine tour directors.

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****, actually double ****, how the heck did you manage to score a babe like that?
She's the one that should be wearing the medals for standing next to you.

Sheesh guys - Alex is pulling one over on you again.....taking his daughter out dancing Having a good time and making him feel young (again)

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Sheesh guys - Alex is pulling one over on you again.....taking his daughter out dancing Having a good time and making him feel young (again)
Now Gordy, that is really hilarious....you apparently know something that Alex doesn't?

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Now Gordy, that is really hilarious....you apparently know something that Alex doesn't?
I am pretty sure that Gordy knows lots of stuff that I don't know! But apparently, he isn't aware that I don't have a daughter (that I know of anyway). Oh and just so you know Gordy...She IS a great dance partner!

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Hey, Mr. Douglas - this will break that 135 barrier if we can get it stuffed in
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Hey, Mr. Douglas - this will break that 135 barrier if we can get it stuffed in
You keep provoking the Alfa gods ... and don't be surprised if you have to change from LM to NM, as in "nomileage".

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You keep provoking the Alfa gods ... and don't be surprised if you have to change from LM to NM, as in "nomileage".

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Short memory you have there Mr. Enrique. Remember me telling you the Alfa Gods were spoken to
() last weekend when I needed the screwdriver to remove the oil filter

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I am pretty sure that Gordy knows lots of stuff that I don't know! But apparently, he isn't aware that I don't have a daughter (that I know of anyway). Oh and just so you know Gordy...She IS a great dance partner!
Hmmm.....'member that night in Bangkok, back in the early seventies, on your way one place or the other.....too many Singha's, maybe a token toke or two of 'stick', and WHAM!@!!! there goes the memory..

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Hmmm.....'member that night in Bangkok, back in the early seventies, on your way one place or the other.....too many Singha's, maybe a token toke or two of 'stick', and WHAM!@!!! there goes the memory..
I'm sorry; would you mind repeating the question? I seem to have forgotten...

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