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12-27-2007 09:15 PM
sailingdog My guess is the former...not the latter.
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Originally Posted by teshannon View Post
SD,
Not true. Fossils are old and well preserved. At least I qualify on one count.
12-27-2007 09:04 PM
teshannon SD,
Not true. Fossils are old and well preserved. At least I qualify on one count.
12-27-2007 05:27 PM
sailingdog I didn't think dinosaurs were called fossils until they were dead and petrified...
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Originally Posted by teshannon View Post
SD,
I prefer to be called a fossil.
12-27-2007 04:48 PM
max-on
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Originally Posted by OPTIMANIA View Post
my dad says you are funny
Thanks Fred!!! Many people do not think I am funny as I am serious all day in my job; it is great that I get to be funny here. Plus, your Dad makes it easy!!
12-27-2007 03:31 PM
Giulietta
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Giu,
The other funny thing is I'm such an old fart I didn't know what he was talking about - men in black. You learn something every day, particularly from kids. Great kid Giu!
eheheheheheheehe

although lost initially, I knew what Men in Black was

you are old
12-27-2007 02:15 PM
teshannon Giu,
The other funny thing is I'm such an old fart I didn't know what he was talking about - men in black. You learn something every day, particularly from kids. Great kid Giu!
12-27-2007 01:36 PM
Giulietta This is so funny..Fred this morning comes to me and says:

"dad..look that man (somehow he thinks all sailneters are men only...I don't know why??), has a boat named Orion...cool....Man in Black..."..

So I am glazing at tesahnnon's boat, with amazement and confusion...he said...daaaaad...men in black., duhhhh...

I was completely lost...he trhen explained, and asked me to show him how he could show it to Teshannon....

Now I see, and you know what is funny?? Fred knew about Orion constelation, but he took it to the movie instead...kids are so fun....
12-27-2007 10:23 AM
teshannon SD,
I prefer to be called a fossil.
12-27-2007 09:51 AM
sailingdog Fred—

The star constellation Orion has been around a lot longer than the movie Men In Black, and I am guessing that teshannon has had boats since before the movie came out since he is a dinosaur*.



*a sailasaurus rex IIRC.
12-27-2007 09:44 AM
teshannon Fred,
I didn't see the movie but now I will. I'll let you know if I like it.
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