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#21855 - 04/24/01 01:47 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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Happy Birthday, Sweetie!
This is a very big one, isn't it? Congratulations, and
welcome to adulthood.


#21856 - 04/24/01 05:31 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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Happy birthday, JazzO. Does this mean you don't have to sneak into the pubs to listen to jazz any more?



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#21857 - 04/24/01 05:42 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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Since Jazzo is in High School and seems to be a pretty sharp tack-- it is unlikely that he has reached his legal majority for drinking-- most schools in US don't throw kids out till they have either graduated, (attempted to blow up the school) or turned 21.

He could be just turning 17-- a mere child! as Dicken's would say-- but I'm guessing he has become old enough to vote, or to be drafted (in time of war), and old enough to sign contracts--to wit- 18. Happy days Jazzo-- now and in the future!


#21858 - 04/24/01 07:28 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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Be COOL,JazzO, and have a good day, y'hear? I often recommend the reading of "Ulysses" (Tennyson, NOT Joyce) on one's birthday, but- Lucky You @ 18 - I think you will appreciate it a bit more when you get a little older. (Then I remember that Tennyson was only mid-thirties (36?) when he wrote it. So go ahead and give it a shot now, but,remember, - different from wine, - "Ulysses" gets better as YOU age, IT is ageless.) When you get to be as old as Scribbler, or ---- or --- or ----------, etc. it is absolutely scriptual - canonical - required reading.

Oh,( I didn't forget!) and a very Happy Birthday to you, young man!


#21859 - 04/24/01 07:30 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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Happy Bithday JazzOctopus.
May you have more happiness and success than your many hands can hold.
wow
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#21860 - 04/24/01 08:43 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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Well, thank you all for recognizing me. I don't really feel any older. Yes I'm the monumental 18 now. I can buy porn, cigarettes and lottery tickets now, woohoo. Oh wait, I'm too conservative for all that. . .

Actually Scribbler, we read Tennyson's "Ulysses" in my AP English class just last week. I guess I'll have to go give it another read.

I should apologize for my frequent absences as of late. Track really cuts into one's schedule. I should be back my mid-May.


#21861 - 04/25/01 01:36 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, stales!!!!


EDIT: Oh, i see i screwed up the day again. Happy Birthday, on Thursday April 26, stales!!!


#21862 - 04/25/01 01:43 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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And-- it was posted in CK travel post-- but it is ANZAC day-- so hope you all had a day off and great weather to boot for your holiday!


#21863 - 04/25/01 03:58 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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A belated happy birthday to all my fellow Aprilians, even if you most recent three are on the wrong side of the Taurean cusp. I don't often have the chance to check the list, so forgive me for these generalized greetings. I think the density of b-day's here in April proves just what is the best month to be born in.

Love to all, and may you enjoy your special day and everyday from here on out!

Flatlander


#21864 - 04/25/01 05:54 PM Re: BIRTH ANNIVERSARIES  
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And-- it was posted in CK travel post-- but it is ANZAC day-- so hope you all had a day off and great weather to boot for your holiday!

Great weather and, ah, day off? Look at the number of posts from me ....



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