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July 26, 2010


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Oh this is awesome... it will carry me over the range in the next few weeks! LOL!

Chong Go Sunim

...and we all wind up as hamburger!


That about sums it up.

mama p

((guffaw)) ...where do you find this stuff!! :D

Barry Briggs

Sunim, I thought we all ended up as oxtail soup!

Oh, mama p - it's just my mind, just my mind.

Thanks everyone.

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