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    Wrong! 3651.

    Argh! I'm wrong too. We're at 3652 now.
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    3653 sorry about that

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    DES is right.
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    Des is right.


    “What a treacherous thing to believe that a person is more than a person.” John Green

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    3656 - I can't help it... Must write...

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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Tears are peanut & helplessness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swachski View Post
    DES is right.
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    Des is right.


    “What a treacherous thing to believe that a person is more than a person.” John Green

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    3662 - closer.

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    3663 - But not as in baseball.

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    3664 - Click

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    3665- almost looks like the number of days in a year but THANK GOD it's not
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    this is going really slow....


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    3369 We need a team to come in here and smack out a thousand quick!
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    Better than my wet box in the middle of the street.
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    Wow...that certainly is a very large flute.
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    For Kelly, and others seeking soft asylum.
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    Tears are peanut & helplessness.

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    3670. I just jumped it by 300. Does that help
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    3671 You're right though.
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    3672 Getting a bunch of people to sit down and pump out a bunch of posts would help
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    3673 Just posting the same idea in several posts looks silly
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    3674 But then again, what's the rush? Let's just have fun and enjoy the (snail pace) ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swachski View Post
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    Des is right.


    “What a treacherous thing to believe that a person is more than a person.” John Green

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    "You have experienced sorrow, Siddhartha, but I see that no sadness has entered your heart." -Hermann Hesse


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