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    Extremly Rare!

    well i have been invited to a meeting that will give many the chance of a lifetime. they will all be given good vantage points and will be served good food and drink. during this meeting they be able to see something that is extremly rare, and are encouraged to take photo's. this rare sight will be of a man dressed up in a penguin suit along side a nice looking young lady. and this wont happen again. cus its me tradin off my last daughter and we are gonna doer up right been trainin with my buddy steve the last few weeks and i think i am up for it.. i even wil have sign on the coat tail suggesting that the folk take pictures of this rare occasion..http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...1&d=1175274134
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    So was Steve wearing the wedding dress??
    Jim

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    That's a big day. We went through that two years ago with our 'baby'. Congratulations.

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    larry, congrats!

    I was informed last night that my eldest stepson's girlfriend. (note the term) informed the LOML last night that everyone in the wedding party, parents included, would have to learn to ballroom dance for hers and James' wedding reception. After clarifiying that the Girlfriend said this (several times in fact, with increasing tone and volume) I decreed that I was NOT going to learn how to ballroom dance for Gabrielle's wedding. Well, the LOML got all huffy and said she could dance with her ex. I informed her that I would gladly learn to ballroom dance with the LOML however, any time. (thus scoring major points)
    -Ned

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    Have a good time boss and have the missus take lots of pictures.
    A very wise man once said.......
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    Congratulations Larry!!!
    Sure it will be a great and wonderful day!
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    well its dun and over

    and the world didnt come to an end i was able to get a copy of the rare event and thought i would share it with my other family, and for you mr steve A the training was defiantly put to good use, and dun you proud as for you jim young i was in yur neck of the woods for this rare occassion, i actually thought we were headed to the right place when i saw the mutt & jeffs sign but then i saw the fancy meetun hall out back so here yall go this one's on me
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    Larry, Larry, Larry!!!!

    So many thoughts are racing through my head right now that I can't even begin to grasp the enormity of this occasion.

    Was it a cold day in.............??? How about some more pics of the FOB and MOB as well as the BaG?

    I really do think more than one pic is required for such an auspicious happening.

    Anyway, congrats to you and LOML, as well as the kids.

    Karl

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    Congrats Larry. You clean up purty good, too. Nice of you to put on a hat for this special occassion.
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    Congrats Mr. Larry

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