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Rest assured Boy, based upon what you have posted on this forum in your limited tenure thus far, no one here would pay you such a compliment.
My personality is what it is. I learn from this place, I offer what little knowledge I have or have learned to this place, and I share my sense of humor (be it sometimes different than others no doubt) in this place. Also, I am not a boy. I can assure you of that sir.

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Fla. sea burial botched as man's body resurfaces
Authorities suspected foul play when the body of a North Carolina man surfaced near a South Florida beach.

Fla. sea burial botched as man's body resurfaces - U.S. news - msnbc.com

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