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Re: Another Evening With Chick

  • Subject: Re: Another Evening With Chick
  • From: njhosta@hotmail.com
  • Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 12:54:54 -0500
  • Wrom: EMSFDULHPQQWOYIYZUNNYCGPKYLEJGDGVC

Dan,
      That's a really generous donation. Thanks. I have a 'Wolf' here and I think it's a great plant. Not many of those out there, for sure. You know very well that that really is Chick's dog, though. I've met his new flame Roxanne and her hair isn't nearly that grey. Besides, she is far larger and has that big tattoo on her right cheek, remember? The one that almost touches her nose ring. I don't know what Chick sees in her really, or how he can be so cold and heartless about the poor dog's fate.
                                                                                      .........Bill Meyer

Bill,
I would like to Donate H. 'Wolf'....an Alex Summers intro. This plant is not on the market yet and very few exist. The 'Wolf' I'm donating is a single division plant.
 
Now...I'm wondering....was the pix you sent of Chick's dog?     Or is that the biker chick from Parsippany? It's the rope and blindfold that threw me off.....plus......I'm sure Chick's dog has ear muffs.
 
Dan & Lu
 
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President Thomas Jefferson
1743-1826




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