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Icouldn't come in for a couple of weeks and now i've gone and lost my own thread i'm so ashamed. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Little bo JEan has lost her thread and doesn't know where to find it. Do you

-- Robert A. Cook, P.E. (, October 26, 1998


AUUUUUUUUGH! I am truly the most forgetful person in the world I can't remember what category it was under. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Sniff BLow etc. and we were having a good time.


-- Jean cook (, October 26, 1998.

You can find the thread under Older Messages / Survivalist Issues.

Who'd a thunk it woulda' wound up there!

-- Ruby (, October 26, 1998.


-- Jean Cook, P.P. (, October 26, 1998.

Because Deedah is going to make to the other side, that's why.

-- Uncle Deedah (, October 26, 1998.

Finding Uncle Deedah is a survivalist issue? Hmm... maybe I ought to get me one...

-- Mike (, October 26, 1998.

Yes, but finding Deedah in y2k will not be so easy. Everyone will be after him though. His day of reckoning will come.

-- Richard Dale (, October 27, 1998.

Goodness! My day of reckoning? That sounds like I am in store for deserved trouble, and with me being such a friendly, loving, humorous sort. Oh well, when the reckoners come to reck me, they will have their hands full, I reckon.

-- Uncle Deedah (, October 27, 1998.

I'm afraid that my poor little Jean After finding him in the latrine Has lost Deedah yet again She's becoming really such a pain And taking things to an extreme

-- Richard Dale (, October 27, 1998.

And...(throat-clearing noises)....he owes us a party. We will not let him escape, ever. Bwahahahahaa!

-- Donna Barthuley (, October 27, 1998.

I'm expecting lots of beans, jerky, pickled eggs, and beans in the Y2K buffet... I hope the whole place doesn't explode!

-- Max Dixon (Ogden, Utah USA) (, October 28, 1998.

Thats how they filmed the camp fire scene in Blazing Saddles wasn't it. To think millions of reruns in y2k. Could harness the energy somehow though, store the methane.

-- Richard Dale (, October 28, 1998.

Here's a link to one of our British cousins who seems to have the methane issue under control! (Mr. Methane)

-- Hardliner (, October 28, 1998.

This is for Richard Dale concerning your last message on October 28

HEY, I am NOT a pain, I'm just overly obsessive that's all

-- Jean Cook,PP (, November 02, 1998.

Sir Richard: To conserve petrol for the war effort, didn't the busses run on methane, mostly from pig manure?

-- PNG (, November 02, 1998.

I have one question what is up with the methane issue

-- Jean Cook, PP (, November 02, 1998.

Wouldn't be surprised about running the buses on pig manure, of course the so-called "allies" kept Dresden warm by turning it into an inferno, another one of their little tricks.

-- Richard Dale (, November 03, 1998.

Its amazing that the Jean Cook threads are so popular must run in the family.

-- Richard Dale (, November 03, 1998.

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