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||[Mar. 29th, 2004|11:19 am]
Found on the lj_nifty community, random text from your public posts. Here are a coupple of samples from my journal :-|
45 they went to quote him. Robert Benchley (1889 - 1945) Beware when you find yourself up there. Fred Allen (1894 - also carried some lettuce in "Foundation" I think that? Now how they die what I have a return to treat you who would think I'd spread it today. Number one 14 your two made in fact, a letter back: "Dear Husband, I have been to pour out some seem to us as we wanted but they are people. Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1965) Try as hard as hard since I had booked was a friend (x) made
(that's one floor above ground level for my US readers) - at least we did have trollies we could load up rather than carrying everything driving back to Southampton (first part was stop go traffic so more left leg and left arm work out with the clutch and gear changes) loading the boxes to the house, and dug up all the new boxes of Kim's stuff in the army is like being in the Boy Scouts have adult supervision. Blake Clark An expert is a undercover anti-terrorist officer. Which one is it? Why do you think that? Now how about
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