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Say something nice about the previous poster!

Ashok Mash
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Joined: Oct 13, 2000
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Simple request, just say something nice about the person that posted before you. 'Be Nice' as the Sheriff?s say.


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Cindy Glass
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Sorry, but we can't figure out who the previous poster WAS!!


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Michael Morris
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Joined: Jan 30, 2002
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Yea, I kept trying but the previous poster woudn't stay still. Kinda like when someone asks you for the time and you can't keep up with the seconds.


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Ashok Mash
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Prev. poster's last name is famous.
PS: 'Previous poster' as the person posted before you in this thread.
The Moose
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Have you noticed how much better we are at insults than at compliments?


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Thomas Paul
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I think the moose has cute antlers.


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Leslie Chaim
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Joined: May 22, 2002
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
I think the moose has cute antlers.

Guess that may be one reason The Moose doesn't have to follow the JR naming policy


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Cindy Glass
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Of course he does . As he explained here his first name is Theodore, so he goes by the shorter version "The".
And I think that Leslie has a really Member ID # (30201).
Leslie Chaim
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Joined: May 22, 2002
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Of course he does . As he explained here
Sorry about that, my heavy workload is sometimes in the way. I wasn't around when he registered. It's hard to keep up always, and I do miss the fun .
And I think that Leslie has a really Member ID # (30201).
Yeah, and Mr. Mosey has a Member ID # 47628 and is a Sheriff
BTW, I think The Moose is the only sheriff with no little bio in the Java Ranch Family!
Ashok Mash
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Posts: 1936
Even though Leslie isn't helping the thread (Leslie is not posting about the immediate prev. poster), I hope we can excuse him because he likes the Moose.
Leslie Chaim
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Joined: May 22, 2002
Posts: 336
Oh indeed
Thanks Ashok for getting me back on the topic. BTW it was Cindy who was and I said sorry
At least I did not ignore the previous poster
Jim Yingst
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Leslie Chaim is an excellent Perl programmer and person. Even if the rest of us can't really tell from the name whether Leslie is "he" or "she".


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Leslie Chaim
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Joined: May 22, 2002
Posts: 336
Thanks JRY,
Congratulations! You have made the first entry in googlism Now we just have to wait so it shows up!
BTW, here is another one. Gee I have spent too much time in MD today. I just wanted to participate a bit now that MD seems to have returned to what it was supposed to be.
Regards,
Leslie
 
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