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Do you think hitting the syrup too hard is why modern boats have those "fat ass sterns" as Denr recently put it?

I know where most of my fat ass comes from and its distilled from sugar cane. ;-)

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Geez, guys...Sting goes well with the syrup (that''s spread evenly over the body). Lighten up...this time of year you gotta have fun somehow...
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kokopelli9,

How many guys in this thread need to lighten up? I think most (all?) of us were actually having fun with the topic, too.

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Having been to Vermont twice, I take my syrup very seriously. I still want to understand the reference to Yanni, Gordon Sumner is not going to take this well.
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Well, at least no one''s voted for Englebert Humperdink! (yet).
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Sorry Duane...I wasn''t sure if everyone was having fun in the "Log Cabin"...
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Kokopelli,

We ARE having fun.......can''t you tell? Any time we can jerk Denr''s chain, we do it, and he returns the favor.

Besides, I''m the one who had to tell him what Kokopelli is anyway. (He''s lived a very sheltered life.) Plus, you can imagine that if he didn''t know about Kokopelli, he REALLY had no idea about the Avanyu either.

Only 120 days until launch. Somehow it doesn''t seem so bad that way.

Trust me, we are lightened up -- such as it were, so to speak, etc.

PS.......when you''re through with that book you got from Denr, I''m next on the list. He sent me a bunch of pamphlets on precision gears instead.
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Denr.........Gordon Sumner???????
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Ok, getting serious again. More Buffett tunes for the CD:

Son of a Son of a Sailor
12 Volt Man
One Particular Harbor
Captain and the Kid
Cheeseburger in Paradise
and the classic: Weather is Here, Wish You were Beautiful

There are more, but I''ll shut up.
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Ha!Ha! Denr didn''t tell me that he didn''t know about Kokopelli...so what did you tell him? Did you mention that Koko was not only good at choosing "wind songs" but being the god of free love, he was good with the syrup also?

And you''re the next on the book list? Well, it''s due to ship out tomorrow...just remember that you have to sign it and pass it on to another...point is to see how far it will go before it gets back home.
Now , back to the sticky mess and melodies...
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