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David Ashton   4/1/2011 11:47:14 PM
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OOPS. Just. I'm a pretty good speller but I'm a dlysixec typsit, ko?

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David Ashton   4/1/2011 11:42:56 PM
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Well deserved, Bob. But Brian, you can't jsut tell us "Bob wins prizes including a whoopee cushion..." ....so what else did you come up with??

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