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Halloooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow


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How the heck are you?

How are your stocks doing?

Is it still cold where you are?
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Hi Rex,

Cliff and I are fine and dandy, (in this, our tenth year together, and the eightieth for both of us), cooking up the traditional corned beef and cabbage for the 50-60 year old "young'uns" today.

Stocks? Still waiting for the Bank of America to recover. The only cotton-pickin' bank that hasn't!

Yes, COLD for BC still! Spring, please please come back!


You?
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That's funny... when I "met" you, you were only 70:

http://boards.fool.com/i-dont-get-it-the-panties-i-can-under...

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those were the days my friend........




(cat misses Amy)
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I really do miss Amy. She was so much fun.
(Yes, I know I could have said 'so fun', but aside from it being grammatically incorrect, I didn't want to pretend the wrong generation.)

Worried about Pat, too.

Oh well, Hi, anyone. Christmas on the horizon. Here we go again.

hugs all around,

very very olde cat
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Hi cat, I miss everyone, too.

By the way, you don't look one day older! The question is, how do you feel?

Rex
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Gee thanks, Rex!

Except for a bungled tooth extraction this morning - all the other parts are in good working order.

Wonderful to see a familiar face ;o)

cat
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Isn't anybody gonna drive this thing?

It's just so darn cute, ya know?



cat
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Wow! You have been busy! -

And that's the first time I've had the pleasure of hearing your voice, - very nice, Rex.

I think folks are ready for electrics finally, but they have to get it right, and one of the major hazards I see is the lack of sound. I've driven 2 or 3 in the past 7 or 8 years, and was very disturbed at the ability to sneak up on walkers with no way of warning them - I hate to even think of how many animals they will kill. Something really has to be integrated in the machinery somehow as an ongoing warning buzz or something. Gasoline engines have already gotten so quiet that kids with their earphones in their cell phones are getting some unpleasant surprizes just walking home from school around here..

Great to hear from you Rex, and have a wonderful Christmas!!

cat
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