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#1: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-21 20:23:56 by Shag

Just got this email:

Dear Amazon.com Customer,

As someone who has purchased books by John Muir, you might like to know
that My Boyhood And Youth will be released in paperback soon. You can
pre-order your copy at a savings of 23% by following the link below.

My Boyhood And Youth
John Muir, David Paterson (Introduction)
Price: $8.43
You Save: $2.52(23%)

(July 30, 2006)

Book Description
John Muir reveals his unusual childhood in this moving memoir as he
chronicles his family's journey from Scotland to America's vast
wilderness. His battles for survival during the pioneering years of
Wisconsin depict a young boy with a free spirit and quiet individuality
while also powerfully anticipating Muir's extraordinary career.

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#2: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:32:34 by Steve

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&gt; Just got this email:
&gt; Dear Amazon.com Customer,
&gt; As someone who has purchased books by John Muir, you might like to know
&gt; that My Boyhood And Youth will be released in paperback soon. You can
&gt; pre-order your copy at a savings of 23% by following the link below.
&gt; My Boyhood And Youth
&gt; John Muir, David Paterson (Introduction)
&gt; Price: $8.43
&gt; You Save: $2.52(23%)
&gt; (July 30, 2006)
&gt; Book Description
&gt; John Muir reveals his unusual childhood in this moving memoir as he
&gt; chronicles his family's journey from Scotland to America's vast
&gt; wilderness. His battles for survival during the pioneering years of
&gt; Wisconsin depict a young boy with a free spirit and quiet individuality
&gt; while also powerfully anticipating Muir's extraordinary career.


Never figured you to have much of a social conscience that you would be
interested in Mr. Muir. Unless of course you think the Mr. Muir that Amazon
is referring to is the &quot;VW&quot; Mr. Muir. Ah yes, silly me that must be it.
--
Steve Hewitt
67 Bug

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#3: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:45:14 by Joey Tribiani

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&gt;
&gt; Never figured you to have much of a social conscience that you would be
&gt; interested in Mr. Muir. Unless of course you think the Mr. Muir that
&gt; Amazon is referring to is the &quot;VW&quot; Mr. Muir. Ah yes, silly me that must be
&gt; it.

you don't have to be such a cunt Steve....if someone bought a fucking book
by John Muir and they sent that email, i'd be inclined to think it was the
same guy...especially the wording &quot;As someone who has purchased books by
John Muir,&quot;
your envy must run real deep...you seem to be bitter....oh well, not that
anyone gives a fuck....fuck yourself...

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#4: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:52:41 by Shag

Steve wrote:
&gt; &quot;Shag&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:travist67&#64;gmail.com" target="_blank">travist67&#64;gmail.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
&gt; news:<a href="mailto:1153506236.658275.209020&#64;m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1153506236.658275.209020&#64;m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt; &gt; Just got this email:
&gt; &gt; Dear Amazon.com Customer,
&gt; &gt; As someone who has purchased books by John Muir, you might like to know
&gt; &gt; that My Boyhood And Youth will be released in paperback soon. You can
&gt; &gt; pre-order your copy at a savings of 23% by following the link below.
&gt; &gt; My Boyhood And Youth
&gt; &gt; John Muir, David Paterson (Introduction)
&gt; &gt; Price: $8.43
&gt; &gt; You Save: $2.52(23%)
&gt; &gt; (July 30, 2006)
&gt; &gt; Book Description
&gt; &gt; John Muir reveals his unusual childhood in this moving memoir as he
&gt; &gt; chronicles his family's journey from Scotland to America's vast
&gt; &gt; wilderness. His battles for survival during the pioneering years of
&gt; &gt; Wisconsin depict a young boy with a free spirit and quiet individuality
&gt; &gt; while also powerfully anticipating Muir's extraordinary career.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Never figured you to have much of a social conscience that you would be
&gt; interested in Mr. Muir. Unless of course you think the Mr. Muir that Amazon
&gt; is referring to is the &quot;VW&quot; Mr. Muir. Ah yes, silly me that must be it.
&gt; --
&gt; Steve Hewitt
&gt; 67 Bug

Oh, my bad. Did I get the wrong guy and mistakenly try to share the
information with someone who might give a damn? I probably have you
confused with that pussy who used to whine a lot on here, too. Wait...
no, you ARE that pussy. :-) My social conscience tells me to tell
you to fuck off. So... fuck off. HO HO HO!

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#5: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:12:51 by Bill Leary

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&gt; Just got this email:
&gt; Dear Amazon.com Customer,
&gt; As someone who has purchased books by John Muir, you might like to know
&gt; that My Boyhood And Youth will be released in paperback soon. You can
&gt; pre-order your copy at a savings of 23% by following the link below.
&gt; My Boyhood And Youth
&gt; John Muir, David Paterson (Introduction)
&gt; Price: $8.43
&gt; You Save: $2.52(23%)
&gt; (July 30, 2006)
&gt; Book Description
&gt; John Muir reveals his unusual childhood in this moving memoir as he
&gt; chronicles his family's journey from Scotland to America's vast
&gt; wilderness. His battles for survival during the pioneering years of
&gt; Wisconsin depict a young boy with a free spirit and quiet individuality
&gt; while also powerfully anticipating Muir's extraordinary career.

I suspect you may have thought this was the John Muir who wrote &quot;How to Keep
Your Volkswagen Alive: A Manual of Step-by-Step Procedures for the Compleat
Idiot.&quot; Indeed, Amazon.com seems to think so (clicking &quot;John Muir&quot; brings up
these two books, and many others). However, the author of the book you
mention, and most, if not all, of the others linked to &quot;John Muir&quot; by Amazon
lived from 1838 to 1914. He's on the 2005 California special edition quarter.
If you're into the preservation of wilderness, especially as National Parks,
this is they guy you want to read about.

The &quot;How to...&quot; one lived from 1918 to 1977.

<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Muir" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Muir</a>

- Bill

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#6: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:25:03 by Shag

Thanks, Bill. I thought there was a possibility I might have the wrong
Muir when I posted this, but figured someone like yourself might
politely steer me and others in the right direction. I also figured
some dickhead living in his mom's basement might spout off a little bit
too, and was right on that account as well. So I got two out of three
right. Figured someone would be helpful (score!), figured someone
would be a loser dickhead living in mom's basement and spout off a
useless reply (score!), figured the Muir they were talking about was
the &quot;relevant Muir.&quot; (no dice!) Like Meatloaf said, two out of three
ain't bad. :-)


William J. Leary Jr. wrote:
&gt; &quot;Shag&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:travist67&#64;gmail.com" target="_blank">travist67&#64;gmail.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
&gt; news:<a href="mailto:1153506236.658275.209020&#64;m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1153506236.658275.209020&#64;m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt; &gt; Just got this email:
&gt; &gt; Dear Amazon.com Customer,
&gt; &gt; As someone who has purchased books by John Muir, you might like to know
&gt; &gt; that My Boyhood And Youth will be released in paperback soon. You can
&gt; &gt; pre-order your copy at a savings of 23% by following the link below.
&gt; &gt; My Boyhood And Youth
&gt; &gt; John Muir, David Paterson (Introduction)
&gt; &gt; Price: $8.43
&gt; &gt; You Save: $2.52(23%)
&gt; &gt; (July 30, 2006)
&gt; &gt; Book Description
&gt; &gt; John Muir reveals his unusual childhood in this moving memoir as he
&gt; &gt; chronicles his family's journey from Scotland to America's vast
&gt; &gt; wilderness. His battles for survival during the pioneering years of
&gt; &gt; Wisconsin depict a young boy with a free spirit and quiet individuality
&gt; &gt; while also powerfully anticipating Muir's extraordinary career.
&gt;
&gt; I suspect you may have thought this was the John Muir who wrote &quot;How to Keep
&gt; Your Volkswagen Alive: A Manual of Step-by-Step Procedures for the Compleat
&gt; Idiot.&quot; Indeed, Amazon.com seems to think so (clicking &quot;John Muir&quot; brings up
&gt; these two books, and many others). However, the author of the book you
&gt; mention, and most, if not all, of the others linked to &quot;John Muir&quot; by Amazon
&gt; lived from 1838 to 1914. He's on the 2005 California special edition quarter.
&gt; If you're into the preservation of wilderness, especially as National Parks,
&gt; this is they guy you want to read about.
&gt;
&gt; The &quot;How to...&quot; one lived from 1918 to 1977.
&gt;
&gt; <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Muir" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Muir</a>
&gt;
&gt; - Bill

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#7: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:43:08 by Steve

That was way to easy ROTFLMAO
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&gt; Steve wrote:
&gt;&gt; &quot;Shag&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:travist67&#64;gmail.com" target="_blank">travist67&#64;gmail.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;&gt; &gt; Just got this email:
&gt;&gt; &gt; Dear Amazon.com Customer,
&gt;&gt; &gt; As someone who has purchased books by John Muir, you might like to know
&gt;&gt; &gt; that My Boyhood And Youth will be released in paperback soon. You can
&gt;&gt; &gt; pre-order your copy at a savings of 23% by following the link below.
&gt;&gt; &gt; My Boyhood And Youth
&gt;&gt; &gt; John Muir, David Paterson (Introduction)
&gt;&gt; &gt; Price: $8.43
&gt;&gt; &gt; You Save: $2.52(23%)
&gt;&gt; &gt; (July 30, 2006)
&gt;&gt; &gt; Book Description
&gt;&gt; &gt; John Muir reveals his unusual childhood in this moving memoir as he
&gt;&gt; &gt; chronicles his family's journey from Scotland to America's vast
&gt;&gt; &gt; wilderness. His battles for survival during the pioneering years of
&gt;&gt; &gt; Wisconsin depict a young boy with a free spirit and quiet individuality
&gt;&gt; &gt; while also powerfully anticipating Muir's extraordinary career.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Never figured you to have much of a social conscience that you would be
&gt;&gt; interested in Mr. Muir. Unless of course you think the Mr. Muir that
&gt;&gt; Amazon
&gt;&gt; is referring to is the &quot;VW&quot; Mr. Muir. Ah yes, silly me that must be it.
&gt;&gt; --
&gt;&gt; Steve Hewitt
&gt;&gt; 67 Bug
&gt;
&gt; Oh, my bad. Did I get the wrong guy and mistakenly try to share the
&gt; information with someone who might give a damn? I probably have you
&gt; confused with that pussy who used to whine a lot on here, too. Wait...
&gt; no, you ARE that pussy. :-) My social conscience tells me to tell
&gt; you to fuck off. So... fuck off. HO HO HO!
&gt;

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#8: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:44:13 by Steve

Wow I got two for the price of one....ROTFLMAO
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&gt;
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&gt;&gt;
&gt; &gt; Never figured you to have much of a social conscience that you would be
&gt;&gt; interested in Mr. Muir. Unless of course you think the Mr. Muir that
&gt;&gt; Amazon is referring to is the &quot;VW&quot; Mr. Muir. Ah yes, silly me that must
&gt;&gt; be it.
&gt;
&gt; you don't have to be such a cunt Steve....if someone bought a fucking book
&gt; by John Muir and they sent that email, i'd be inclined to think it was the
&gt; same guy...especially the wording &quot;As someone who has purchased books by
&gt; John Muir,&quot;
&gt; your envy must run real deep...you seem to be bitter....oh well, not that
&gt; anyone gives a fuck....fuck yourself...
&gt;

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#9: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:52:16 by Joey Tribiani

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&gt; Wow I got two for the price of one....ROTFLMAO

actually what you got was your head stuck in your ass....you come out of
your hole ONE time since last november...and as a troll....way to go buddy,
you are my fucking idol.....

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#10: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:52:32 by Shag

You misspelled a three letter word. &quot;too&quot;
Comedy gold. Comedy... gold.

Steve wrote:
&gt; That was way to easy ROTFLMAO

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#11: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 02:06:26 by Steve

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&gt; You misspelled a three letter word. &quot;too&quot;
&gt; Comedy gold. Comedy... gold.
&gt;
&gt; Steve wrote:
&gt;&gt; That was way to easy ROTFLMAO
I did that on purpose. I know what a hard time you have with three letter
words.
Steve

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#12: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 02:13:49 by Steve

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&gt;
&gt; &quot;Steve&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:rchief&#64;rochester.rr.com" target="_blank">rchief&#64;rochester.rr.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;&gt; Wow I got two for the price of one....ROTFLMAO
&gt;
&gt; actually what you got was your head stuck in your ass....you come out of
&gt; your hole ONE time since last november...and as a troll....way to go
&gt; buddy, you are my fucking idol.....

Sorry Chris, but I placed a bet with someone that I could get an ignorant
hillbilly to launch a tirade that would include the f word on a newsgroup
within 60 mins with just one post. You or Shag were just a means too an end.
Don't take it personnel. It is pretty funny if you think about it :)
Steve

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#13: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 02:59:40 by Shag

You misspelled &quot;to&quot; this time and &quot;personally.&quot; And I'll bet you read
and re-read your post before you submitted it to be sure you didn't
spell something wrong. *chuckle* Like you said, it's pretty funny if
you think about it. Hey little buddy, don't worry. I have an
encouraging story for you. I just got back from the beach. Family
vacation and all that. We saw a dude driving a garbage truck,
collecting garbage at the edge of the ocean. If you're gonna be a
trash-dude, dream big. Maybe someday you can also pick up trash from
the edge of the ocean. *wink* I'd guess you don't even have to know
how to spell to take out my trash. So you might qualify to be a
trash-boy. :-D You must be a BIG fan of mine. No posts since last
November? I'm flattered. *bats eyelashes*

Steve wrote:
&gt; &quot;Joey Tribiani&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:Joey&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">Joey&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; &quot;Steve&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:rchief&#64;rochester.rr.com" target="_blank">rchief&#64;rochester.rr.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; &gt;&gt; Wow I got two for the price of one....ROTFLMAO
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; actually what you got was your head stuck in your ass....you come out of
&gt; &gt; your hole ONE time since last november...and as a troll....way to go
&gt; &gt; buddy, you are my fucking idol.....
&gt;
&gt; Sorry Chris, but I placed a bet with someone that I could get an ignorant
&gt; hillbilly to launch a tirade that would include the f word on a newsgroup
&gt; within 60 mins with just one post. You or Shag were just a means too an end.
&gt; Don't take it personnel. It is pretty funny if you think about it :)
&gt; Steve

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#14: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 04:10:37 by Joey Tribiani

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&gt;

&gt; Sorry Chris, but I placed a bet with someone that I could get an ignorant
&gt; hillbilly to launch a tirade that would include the f word on a newsgroup
&gt; within 60 mins with just one post. You or Shag were just a means too an
&gt; end. Don't take it personnel. It is pretty funny if you think about it :)
&gt; Steve
&gt;

i'll bet you did.... very &quot;convenient&quot;....but it didn't seem to work
anyway....no &quot;ignorant hillbillies&quot; replied...just me...and i am far from
ignorant (i can even properly use &quot;to&quot; and &quot;too&quot;, which you botched
again...and, yes, i can capitalize if i want, and i can stop with the
&quot;....&quot;.....but i don't wanna), i just can't stand some wannabe cunt like you
that has never been anything but a moron and never contributes to the
group....but yet you brag on trying to troll the newsgroup....pitiful life
you have there steveo... i can hear it now &quot;hey y'all watch this shit.....i
can piss of total strangers if i just act like a fucking moron&quot;....and we
are the ignorant hillbillies.... i prefer &quot;redneck&quot; myself...get it
right....or is that &quot;write&quot;...fuck i'll just use it to....or is it &quot;too&quot;?
hell you don't know....

if squids didn't keep their heads up their ass they wouldn't need laces in
the back of their pants....

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#15: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 16:16:59 by Steve

&quot; You must be a BIG fan of mine. No posts since last
November? I'm flattered. *bats eyelashes*&quot;

Sort of. I have in the past enjoyed many of your stories, trials and
tribulations. You have over time however become course, crude and rude. My
reply to the amazon post was to allow you to be on the receiving end of a
response that comes out of nowhere and obviously is meant to be a slight of
some sort. Something you have become quite good at lately. Learn from the
past, Live in the present, Look to the future.

If the garbage truck is a VW I might be interested.
Steve

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#16: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-22 20:57:03 by J

Thanks for the tip, Shag.
I'll see that the library buys a copy.

I never did get it perfectly clear, but wasn't 'our' John Muir the orginal's
grandson?

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#17: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-23 00:31:01 by Shag

Steve wrote:
&gt; &quot; You must be a BIG fan of mine. No posts since last
&gt; November? I'm flattered. *bats eyelashes*&quot;
&gt;
&gt; Sort of. I have in the past enjoyed many of your stories, trials and
&gt; tribulations. You have over time however become course, crude and rude. My
&gt; reply to the amazon post was to allow you to be on the receiving end of a
&gt; response that comes out of nowhere and obviously is meant to be a slight of
&gt; some sort. Something you have become quite good at lately. Learn from the
&gt; past, Live in the present, Look to the future.
&gt;
&gt; If the garbage truck is a VW I might be interested.
&gt; Steve

You misspelled &quot;coarse.&quot; Just so you know. ;-)
The beach was &quot;Carolina Beach.&quot; I'm pretty sure that if you search
online you can find out what kind of job openings they have there for
someone with you talents. Best of luck.

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#18: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-23 00:38:46 by Joey Tribiani

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&gt; You misspelled &quot;coarse.&quot; Just so you know. ;-)
&gt; The beach was &quot;Carolina Beach.&quot; I'm pretty sure that if you search
&gt; online you can find out what kind of job openings they have there for
&gt; someone with you talents. Best of luck.
&gt;
damn it Shag... i gotta point out that you said &quot;with you talents&quot;.... you
made me do it....&lt;G&gt;

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#19: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-23 00:45:21 by Shag

HA! Touche'. Wait... is that accent mark correct? :-)

Joey Tribiani wrote:
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&gt; &gt; You misspelled &quot;coarse.&quot; Just so you know. ;-)
&gt; &gt; The beach was &quot;Carolina Beach.&quot; I'm pretty sure that if you search
&gt; &gt; online you can find out what kind of job openings they have there for
&gt; &gt; someone with you talents. Best of luck.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; damn it Shag... i gotta point out that you said &quot;with you talents&quot;.... you
&gt; made me do it....&lt;G&gt;

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#20: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-23 00:49:15 by Speedy Jim

Shag wrote:

&gt; HA! Touche'. Wait... is that accent mark correct? :-)
&gt;

Nope.

I can't do it on my laptop, but hold down your ALT key
and then type 0233 on your Numeric keypad.
That will produce the correct accent mark.

Speedy Jacques

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#21: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-23 01:47:51 by Joey Tribiani

&quot;Speedy Jim&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:volks&#64;nls.net" target="_blank">volks&#64;nls.net</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; Shag wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; HA! Touche'. Wait... is that accent mark correct? :-)
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Nope.
&gt;
&gt; I can't do it on my laptop, but hold down your ALT key
&gt; and then type 0233 on your Numeric keypad.
&gt; That will produce the correct accent mark.
&gt;
&gt; Speedy Jacques
&gt;

LOL....you go Jacques....sorry Shag...i just had to(o). you know how i
am...&lt;G&gt;

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#22: Re: For the Muir fans

Posted on 2006-07-23 05:55:39 by weewiktype1

Glad you enjoyed your trip, Shag. When is your next one?

href=&quot;<a href="http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=4025706&amp;a=32090944&amp;f=" target="_blank"> http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=4025706&amp;a=3 2090944&amp;f=</a>&quot;Den's
Dogs&lt;/a&gt;

href=&quot;<a href="http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=4025706&amp;a=30209382&amp;vt=vp" target="_blank"> http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=4025706&amp;a=3 0209382&amp;vt=vp</a>&quot;&gt;Den's
1977 Puma&lt;/a&gt;

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