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What trip? what pond? where? was he over here?
oh Wade, tell us it isn't true
hope he knows the difference between a question of fact and a question of
"Wade T.Smith" wrote:
> On 05/02/01 14:36, Douglas Brooker said this-
> >the new Attorney General of the
> >United States is opposed to dancing on religious and moral grounds.
> Amazing what rumors will surface after the trip across the pond.
> - Wade
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