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CD is really a good man...

Every now and then the path of a man, crosses the path of another man...nothing special so far...

Some you forget, some you chose to ignore, and some...you somehow know they are a friend of friends...

I have the pleasure of saying that about Brian, (that's CD for you). We entretain long phone conversations, regularly and its a pleasure to talk with him..he has even called me in Portugal to check if I was OK!!!! Paying the phone bill!!

He is a man of good, uninterested, that only wants top help and please others...a very good man indeed.

We joke many times, but its in the actions you see who is who...the man is simple and pure.

Today, he made a joke about me...I pretended I was mad, the idea was to play a prank on him, because I knew he would PM me appologizing...I was going to post those pm's to play the prank on him

In the process of pretending I was mad, Brian deleted the thread, as to not hurt my feelings...a pure friendship gesture.

I have an enormous pleasure being your friend, and you are most certainly an asset to the World and this site,

Thanks Brian...

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That was way too nice. I am absolutely out of words. Very, very nice of you to say that. It made my day.

I only joke with people I like... and I only call people I like. You can make some good friendships on this site.

Take care... you really put me at a loss for words...

I am running now... gotta get the kids to bed.

See ya,

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I couldn't agree more. One day it will be a pleasure to meet and sail with CD(you too G.). I hear the food and drinks are awesome.

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I talked to him on the phone, and all he did was try to sell me some pot.
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CD is a really nice guy*, excepting his addiction to barbeque grills and Catalinas.














BTW, CD tell your mother that the check for being nice to you came in and cleared...

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I think the only pot CD sells is the one with flowers he has in his front porsche
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I thought it was a Ferrari

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It's not impossible, it just costs more.
Give me ambiguity, or give me something else.
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I thought it was a Ferrari

Charlie, good ol buddy...you must have been in the mountain again and the lack of oxygen is taking its toll

What Ferrari?? What are you talking about?
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LOL.

I love it...

Alex, I think you meant to say "Porch" which is the thing you sit on in front of your house, rather than.."porsche", which is what you drive......


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And it's an old joke where a homeless man is looking for some work. A guy offers him $20 to paint his porch. A couple of hours later the bum knocks on the door to say he's done, but it's not a porch, it's a Ferrari.

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