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#43099 - 10/28/01 11:01 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Happy Birthday, Geoff - hope you're having fun and Fun doesn't mind the attention
As I am away for a couple of days, also a big HB hug to Ann for tomorrow!
#43100 - 10/29/01 04:40 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Belated happy birthday to Geoff, and on time for once, just, a very happy birthday to Sparteye.
#43101 - 10/29/01 04:50 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Loc: Hartsville, New York.
A very happy birthday for Sparteye.
#43102 - 10/29/01 05:59 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Loc: rego park
Happy Birthday! Happy Birthday! Happy Birthday!
The very best to you today, Sparteye!
Our Dog must be the dog star, rising before dawn as a herald! way to go jim!_________________________
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#43103 - 10/29/01 07:15 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Happy birthday, Sparteye!
(Sports-related note to the birthday girl: doesn't it figure that Paterno would tie the record by beating my Northwestern, and then break it by beating your OSU? I do love and admire JoeP, but did he have to do it *that way? )
Edit-- thanks, bingley (US college football: career victories by a coach.)
#43104 - 10/29/01 08:47 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Bonne fete Sparteye! (oops, there should be an "accent circonflexe" (little hat) on the 1st e in fete)
May this day be the start of a most fabulous year.
#43105 - 10/29/01 09:45 AM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Happy Birthday Sparteye! With Wordapalooza in this Birthday year how could it be anything but wonderful. Can't wait for this grand function to begin and to meet you, Ann and everyone else too.
#43106 - 10/29/01 10:00 PM Re: BIRTHDAYS Vol. III
Only one hour left in which to wish Sparteye a happy birthday on the correct day, folks!
#43107 - 10/30/01 12:54 AM a slight digression
In reply to:
doesn't it figure that Paterno would tie the record by beating my Northwestern, and then beak it by beating your OSU? I do love and admire JoeP, but did he have to do it *that way?
I don't even know what sport we're talking about here, but what does beaking it mean?
#43108 - 10/30/01 09:00 PM Re: a slight digression
Bingley, the sport is football. Joe Paterno is the 70-something head coach of the Penn State team, and with a victory over Ohio State last Saturday, he broke the all-time record for wins. "Beak" is a typo for "break."
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