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Old 08-27-2003, 10:59 AM   #15
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Cool Hey,,

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Well yeah slight differences
You crack'in me up....Are you really 'blonde'?


BTW, don't feel bad..
I haven't a clue as to what goes on myself but, if it's what greases the wheels so we can all have "fun", then...I'm for it..

After all, This is one big happy family~!!

How I long to be amongst other A/S..
Here I sit park next to SOB's all around and,
Not a aluminum A/S fixs to had..
The sun sets, the stars rise,
oh where, oh where, are they to be found,
Tis wide country of ours?

I'll excuse your 'blonde joke', if you'll excuse my attempt
at poetry...jajajajajaj

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Old 08-27-2003, 11:55 AM   #16
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The matters of tradition, custom, and ceremony are very important for group identity. It is a human social thing.

This group identity does several things. It conveys a sense of belonging or not. It conveys the values of the association. It creates the ability to identify who is a member and who is not. It establishes behaviors that are shared between members that reinforces their membership in the group.

These days many customs and practices of the past do not have the value they once did. But that does not mean they should be discarded, impugned, or ignored.

The failure to maintain customary practice and tradition is a source for the demise of many organizations.
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Old 08-27-2003, 01:41 PM   #17
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Re: Hey,,

[QUOTE]Originally posted by 53FlyingCloud
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You crack'in me up....Are you really 'blonde'?


~~~~~~~~~~~ Yeppers! Dyed and True! <S>
At least you're not a poet, and you know it
But as for me, confusion reigns gleefully

Hmmm What was the thread topic again???

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Old 08-27-2003, 01:49 PM   #18
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Thumbs up yeppers

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Hmmm What was the thread topic again???
Beats me~!~
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Rally "Pomp and Circumstance"

I used to know a guy we went camping with down on the Altamaha River, close to Jesup Ga. in a river inlet called Dr. Town...which was just a lumber mill town..anyway (me and bunch of young (12-13 year old men)and this guy would bring everything he owned in a big cardboard box; tent, clothes, sleeping bag, homework, food, matchs and 3 or 4 changes of clothes for an over night camp.....we called him a little "gung ho,"....is that the same thing as "Pomp and circumstance?"...anyway, he was a great friend and we enjoyed his company even though he was a little "eccentric?"...and we thought he worked at it, but we stilled loved him and invited him along everytime we went camping down on the Altamaha River, close to Jesup Ga. in a river inlet town called Dr. Town....a lumber mill town...

I think I would enjoy an event like this, bein' as I'm new to all of this...it might remind me of camping down on the Altamaha River....

Our friend who camped with us grew up to be a famous brain surgeon....savin' lives and stampin' out disease...he enjoyed our company also...


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