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#52426 - 01/12/02 07:37 PM Re: A Sentimental Day
Jazzoctopus Offline
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Is anyone else still in the dark about what we're talking about here? I sure am.


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#52427 - 01/13/02 12:07 AM Re: A Sentimental Day
Keiva Offline
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The lady in question posted about an hour ago in Misc/Over-correction. Welocme back, Jackie! A thousand !


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#52428 - 01/13/02 11:57 AM Re: A Get Well Card and Wish!
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I sincerely wish all the best for my two mini-wapaloo buddies.

That would be our two...

JazzO - I think they missed thier flew shots this year.

Get well greetings to anyone who isn't! Oh, and Happy Birthday to any one who is! (celebrating a birthday, of course)


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#52429 - 01/14/02 04:55 AM Re: A Get Well Card and Wish!
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Welcome back, Jackie!!

Big kiss and an ever-so-gentle hug!

DubDub


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#52430 - 01/14/02 06:41 PM Re: A Sentimental Day
nancyk Offline
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Is anyone else still in the dark about what we're talking about here?

Count me in, Jazzo - in the dark and out of the loop apparently. I don't have a clue what this thread is about, starting with Saturday a sentimental day. Anyone care to elucidate?


later edit: And how did we get from Saturday to a get well wish? I'm SO confused....

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#52431 - 01/14/02 06:59 PM Re: A Get Well Card and Wish!
consuelo Offline
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That would be our two...

Didn't want to put words in your mouth, 'specially since as far as I know Jackie is the only one with special permission to speak for you.


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#52432 - 01/14/02 07:06 PM Re: A Sentimental Day
AnnaStrophic Offline
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OK, I give. Why was Thursday Saturday? (etc etc)


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#52433 - 01/14/02 07:18 PM Re: A Sentimental Day
Jackie Offline

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Why was Thursday Saturday?
Because that Sweet WO'N was being considerate of me, and edited his Thursday post without realizing the anomaly therein. [kiss] to you, Sweet WO'N.


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#52434 - 01/14/02 07:47 PM Re: A Sentimental Day
AnnaStrophic Offline
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Because that Sweet WO'N was being considerate of me, and edited his Thursday post without realizing the anomaly therein.


Oh, ok. Got that, JazzO and nancyk? [still dark]


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#52435 - 01/15/02 08:35 AM Re: A Sentimental Day
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OK, I *finally get it. Speedy recovery, Jackie, and don't choke on any wooden pretzels!


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