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Charles Capps
We appreciate your concern.
It is noted and stupid.
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That's where I'll be.

I'm heading over to Jubes' place for Y2K... I'll be there from the 29th to the 5th. I won't be on much...

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"Shoes, yes. Definitely. Shoes."


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Jay the Obscure
Liker Of Jazz
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So, Y2K would now mean "Yes 2 Kisses."

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It's no use. I guess I'll have to leave all my money to the Egg Advisory Council. Eggs have gotten quite a bad rap lately, you know, Smithers.
~C. Montgomery Burns


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Saltah'na
Chinese Canadian, or 75% Commie Bastard.
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The Great One Gets Lucky Again.

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I can resist anything.......
Except Temptation


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Jubilee
...complete with cherries!
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*GRIN*

Don't worry guys..... I'll treat him REAL nice. He'll be back in one piece.

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"SHOES!"


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Baloo
Curmudgeon-in-Chief
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Only 2 kisses? Charles, perhaps if you're on your best behavior (in keeping with the situation) you'll get more than that. I'm sure of it.

--Baloo

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"American cheese is to cheese as American culture is to culture: It's not necessarily better, it's just convenient to use, standard and unvaried and largely non-biodegradeable no matter where you find it."
--John Michael Scalzi
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Alshrim Dax
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*hands CC his Batman Suit*

Here... you may need it man !!!

Refer to:

Post from Officers' Lounge

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- Alshrim Dax
The Other Dax



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Aethelwer
Frank G
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Anyway, I'll hijack this thread to let everyone know I'll be away from tomorrow until Monday. Fabrux has been appointed Acting Frank in the meantime. Direct all arguments and ship length queries to him.

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"My son and I have this wonderful kind of rivalry. Since I've taken over the Mac department in our home, he's seen fit to take over the PC. I have a routine I do for him, walking down the hall, bumping into walls, doing corkscrews and stumbling. I tell him I'm a Windows operating system." - John de Lancie


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Fabrux
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Hehe... This should be fun...

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Frank's Home Page
"My son and I have this wonderful kind of rivalry. Since I've taken over the Mac department in our home, he's seen fit to take over the PC. I have a routine I do for him, walking down the hall, bumping into walls, doing corkscrews and stumbling. I tell him I'm a Windows operating system." - John de Lancie

[This message has been edited by Fabrux (edited December 29, 1999).]


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PsyLiam
Hungry for you
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okay, I give it 9 hours before Fabrux gets beaten into a bloddy pulp.

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Geraldo Rivera


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Fabrux
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Well, it's been longer than 9 hours, and I'm still in one piece....

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Frank's Home Page
"My son and I have this wonderful kind of rivalry. Since I've taken over the Mac department in our home, he's seen fit to take over the PC. I have a routine I do for him, walking down the hall, bumping into walls, doing corkscrews and stumbling. I tell him I'm a Windows operating system." - John de Lancie


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TSN
I'm... from Earth.
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Actually, counting from time of the post, it hadn't even been one hour when you said that... :-)

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"'...This boy is Ignorance. This girl is Want. Beware them both, and all of their degree, but most of all beware this boy, for on his brow I see that written which is Doom, unless the writing be erased. Deny it!' cried the Spirit stretching out its hand towards the city. 'Slander those who tell it ye! Admit it for your factious purposes, and make it worse. And abide the end!'"
-Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol


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Elim Garak
Plain and simple
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Aye, but it had already been four-and-twenty.

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Elim Garak: "Oh, it's just Garak. Plain, simple Garak. Now, good day to you, Doctor. I'm so glad to have made such an... interesting new friend today." (DS9: "Past Prologue")

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TSN
I'm... from Earth.
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*has a sneaking suspiscion that CC and Frank are actually hiding somewhere because they thought Y2K was going to end the world* :-)

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-Tom Aylward-Nally, December 29, 1999


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Aethelwer
Frank G
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Anyway, I'm back...a day early, too.

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"I'm still amazed at how unintuitive the Windows world is and how it tries to mimic the Mac." - John de Lancie


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Jubilee
...complete with cherries!
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And he'll be on his way back, too... *pouts profusely* I just put him on the plane this morning.

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"SHOES!"


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