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Does my purchase include a visit from Meade to show me how to use it? I'm a slow learner, but I can make drinks and watch real good.
Sorry, bags, it can't be included. However, it would be a great pleasure, someday when we're in your part of the country, to stop by and say hello and meet you and your wonderful dogs. And, at that time, I'll be happy to demonstrate for you how to be a ho. er.
You know what we call women who demand money for doing what they do.
Speaking of coeds - "Bob Caldwell, 63, editor of The Oregonian’s editorial pages for over 20 years, succumbed to cardiac arrest following a “sex act” with a 23-year-old woman in her Tigard, Ore. apartment Saturday.The Portland Community College student told police that she began an affair with Caldwell over a year ago, and that he would give her money to buy school books in exchange for sex, The Oregonian reported."
* 1 gnome* 3 flamingos with smart wire legs* 1 guy pushing a wheelbarrow planter* plastic squirrels for the wall* sun face* whirligig* Santa Claus and Christmas lights* mother duck and ducklings* bird bath* sundial* reflective globe* gigantic thermostat* seeds * hoz
Meade, It would be an honor to have you hoe around at my place.
You're going to get a big check as I just bought a Canon via your link. Do you see the purchases or just the check?
Bob Caldwell...shades of Nelson Rockerfeller. Incidentally he died in a building that's now a nice restaurant in NYC. Now it is La Petite Maison (owner from Nice), but in the 80's/90's it was a good Danish restaurant.
Meade posts a link that doesn't contribute to this blog.You should go here to by the hori hori that Meade recomments.I'm deleting his comment! I'll preserve the quote. He said: "Meanwhile, don't be without the real deal: the hori hori Japanese soil knife."
Can I buy industrial quantities of fuel oil and nitrogen fertilizer?
mea maxima culpa
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