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Thomas Paul
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Let's all give a big JavaRanch welcome to Norman and Craig who are here this week to talk about their new book, "XDoclet in Action". Of course, Norman and Craig are no strangers to the ranch!
This week we will be giving away a copy of "XDoclet in Action" to four lucky winners. Visit our book promotion page to find out how to be eligible.


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norman richards
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We don't need to be dressed up for this do, we? I'm not quite sure what is appropriate...
Thomas Paul
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Originally posted by norman richards:
We don't need to be dressed up for this do, we? I'm not quite sure what is appropriate...

This should help:
http://www.sheplers.com/cat.cfm?TID=12&page=promo&groupcode=39
norman richards
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I'm going with the contrast collar and black hat. I'm still looking for some boots. You'd think that being in Texas, I'd be more prepared...
Lasse Koskela
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Welcome guys!
You're indeed no strangers around these parts, and besides that, you're also quite verbose with your answers, which is nice


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norman richards
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
Welcome guys!
You're indeed no strangers around these parts, and besides that, you're also quite verbose with your answers, which is nice


That must explain why our 300 page book ended up at 600 pages...
Actually, I wrote up the
full story if anyone is interested in why the book is so big.
Craig Walls
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:

This should help:
http://www.sheplers.com/cat.cfm?TID=12&page=promo&groupcode=39

There's a dress code!!! I'm outta here!


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Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Craig Walls:
There's a dress code!!! I'm outta here!
Craig, please don't go. We do have some freedom in our dress code...
Al Green
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Originally posted by norman richards:
We don't need to be dressed up for this do, we? I'm not quite sure what is appropriate...

You should know by now what the dresscode is http://www.homestarrunner.com/store.html
Lasse Koskela
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"cbono", may I ask you to change your display name to make it conform to our naming policy.
Thanks.
Al Green
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
"cbono", may I ask you to change your display name to make it conform to our naming policy.
Thanks.

Do you need my SSN and account # as well?
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by cbono:
Do you need my SSN and account # as well?
Yeah. And your shoe size, favorite color, and place of birth. (kidding)
norman richards
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
Yeah. And your shoe size, favorite color, and place of birth. (kidding)

I think we need a credit card number to complete the registration process.
 
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