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dear Mr. Moose,

how to go about asking my problem. if so, can u help solve?

i have read your book "ANTLERS FIRST HAMSTER TOSSING" but problem is i have hamster but no antlers. how to toss hamster? error still persists.

thanks in advance,
 
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Did you read chapter 47, "Who Moved my Antlers?" It lists a number of viable antler substitutes. For beginners, I recommend a spork. It's got that nice antlery profile, in a small, easy-to-handle package.

You may not be able to toss full-sized hamsters with a spork, though. Start with baby hamsters and see how far you get.
 
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Also, if you go to the JBoss forum. Gavin King has created a new antler to Relational Database mapping tool called LooseEyebernate. It is sooo much better than that MDO (Moose Data Objects) JSR.

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Originally posted by The Moose:
Did you read chapter 47, "Who Moved my Antlers?" It lists a number of viable antler substitutes. For beginners, I recommend a spork. It's got that nice antlery profile, in a small, easy-to-handle package.

You may not be able to toss full-sized hamsters with a spork, though. Start with baby hamsters and see how far you get.



thanks so much mr. moose and all. you answer all my question!

we have spork in cafeteria. i try that. if all go well i may can promotion to cat juggler. thank again so much!
 
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